via press release:
ELIMINATION ON THE LINE IN BOTH GAMES TONIGHT
Philadelphia @ Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m. ET – NBC Sports Network
(Philadelphia leads 3-1)
Detroit @ Nashville, 8 p.m. ET– CNBC
(Nashville leads 3-1)
Coverage begins nightly with NHL Live at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network
NEW YORK – April 20, 2012 – Day 10 – The NBC Sports Group presents two possible elimination games on Day 10 of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs tonight on NBC Sports Network and CNBC. Coverage begins tonight at 6:30 p.m. ET with NHL Live on NBC Sports Network.
Tonight at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network in the Eastern Conference, the #5 Philadelphia Flyers (leading 3-1) look to win their series against the #4 Penguins in Pittsburgh with Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick (play-by-play) and Pierre McGuire (‘Inside the Glass’ analyst) calling the action. In the Western Conference at 8 p.m. ET on CNBC, the host #4 Nashville Predators lead the series 3-1 and look to clinch against the #5 Detroit Red Wings. John Forslund (play-by-play)_ and Daryl Reaugh (‘Inside the Glass’ analyst) will call the game from Nashville. Tonight’s schedule (all times ET):
|7:30 p.m.||#5 Phi @ #4 Pit (Game 5)||NBCSN||Doc Emrick, Pierre McGuire|
|8 p.m.||#5 Det @ #4 Nas (Game 5)||CNBC||John Forslund, Daryl Reaugh,|
Comcast Philadelphia (Flyers) will air live first-round coverage in its local market, and will also surround the games with additional Stanley Cup Playoff-related coverage. Tonight’s CSN schedule (all times ET):
|7:30 p.m.||#5 Phi @ #4 Pit (Game 5)||CSN Philadelphia|
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, NBC Sports Network, CNBC or NHL Network in their area by simply entering a zip code.
Click here for the channel finder.
GAMES TELEVISED SO FAR
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 will provide unprecedented access to the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs in April, May and June, televising as many as 105 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||17|