Kings Can Win Stanley Cup Tonight on NBC Sports Network

via press release:

Game 4: Devils @ Kings – NBC Sports Network – Coverage Begins at 7:30 p.m. ET

Kings lead 3-0

NEW YORK – June 6, 2012Day 57 – A Stanley Cup Champion could be crowned tonight on NBC Sports Network. The Los Angeles Kings can win their first Stanley Cup with a victory against the New Jersey Devils in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final at 8 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network. The Kings lead the series 3-0. Coverage begins at 7:30 p.m. ET with NHL Live and will conclude with a half-hour post-game show.

Tonight’s telecast will be the 52nd and last by the NBC Sports Network of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The NBC Sports Group’s coverage of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs – across NBC, NBC Sports Network, CNBC and NHL Network – is the most by a single media company of a sports property’s post-season in U.S. television history (83 games so far).

Games 5-7 will air on NBC, if necessary.


With all 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoff games airing nationally for the first time, the NBC Sports Group created a channel finder to help fans find NBC and NBC Sports Network in their area by simply entering a zip code.

Click here for the channel finder.


All 2012 Stanley Cup Final games will air exclusively on NBC or the NBC Sports Network. Following is the remaining schedule (all times ET and subject to change):

Wednesday, June 6
8 p.m. New Jersey Devils @ L.A. Kings (Game 4) NBC Sports Network
Saturday, June 9
8 p.m. L.A. Kings @ New Jersey Devils (Game 5) * NBC
Monday, June 11
8 p.m. New Jersey Devils @ L.A. Kings (Game 6) * NBC
Wednesday, June 13
8 p.m. L.A. Kings @ New Jersey Devils (Game 7)* NBC

* If Necessary

COMMENTATORS: Emmy-award winner Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick (play-by-play), Eddie Olczyk (analyst) and Pierre McGuire (‘Inside-the-glass’ analyst) will call the action during each game. The studio team will feature host Liam McHugh and analysts Mike Milbury and Keith Jones, the latest highlights, news, analysis and player interviews, live on-location from either the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. or the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The team will cover intermission reports during games, and pre-game and post-game coverage on NBC Sports Network. Additionally, Jeremy Roenick and Darren Pang will conduct on-ice segments and demonstrations as part of the coverage.


For the first time in the 95-year history of the NHL, every Stanley Cup Playoff game will be televised nationally. The NBC Sports Group is providing unprecedented access to the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs in April, May and June, televising as many as 87 playoff games and possibly more than 262.5 hours of programming. Games will be presented on NBC, the NBC Sports Network, the NHL Network, and NBCUniversal’s business channel CNBC in primetime.

NBC Sports Network 51*
NBC 14
NHL Network 6
Total 84*

* Includes Devils-Panthers Conference Quarterfinal Game 7 that was joined in progress. The game also aired on NHL Network. There have been 83 games this NHL post-season.


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