NHL playoff schedule 2017: Start times, TV channels, and how to live stream Sunday’s games

The Wild and Blue Jackets are in must-win situations.

Sunday’s slate of Stanley Cup playoff games features a pair of do-or-die games.

For the Wild and Blue Jackets, it’s gut check time. Both teams are down 2-0 in their respective series. For Minnesota, the Blues’ defense swallowed 19 shots on Friday and won a close game with three minutes left on a goal from Jaden Schwartz. Now, they head to St. Louis for two games facing a must-win Game 3 on the road.

Columbus, meanwhile, takes a two-game series deficit to the Penguins back home. They’ll be missing Matt Calvert due to suspension as the tension and animosity ramps up in a series that’s surely sparking a rivalry between the two clubs.

Also on the docket for Sunday are the Canadiens and Rangers after Montreal shocked New York with an overtime victory on Friday. The series swings to New York tied 1-1 after a fire-wagon Game 2.

The Oilers and Sharks will round out the night in San Jose, as Edmonton and Cam Talbotblanked last year’s Western Conference champions Friday.

New scenery, same intensity.

All times below are Eastern.

Sunday, April 16

Western Conference quarterfinals, Game 3

Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues
Time: 3 p.m.
TV: NBC, TVAS, SN
Stream: NBCSports.com

Eastern Conference quarterfinals, Game 3

Pittsburgh Penguins at Columbus Blue Jackets
Time: 6 p.m.
TV: CNBC, SN360, TVAS2, FS-O, ROOT
Stream: NBCSports.com

Eastern Conference quarterfinals, Game 3

Montreal Canadiens at New York Rangers
Time: 7 p.m.
TV: NBCSN, TVAS, SN, MSG
Stream: NBCSports.com

Western Conference quarterfinals, Game 3

Edmonton Oilers at San Jose Sharks
Time: 10 p.m.
TV: NBCSN, TVAS, SN, NBCS CA
Stream: NBCSports.com

 

Source: http://www.sbnation.com/

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