Today’s National Hockey League Schedule: TV Channels, Times to Watch Saturday’s Game 7 Triceps

Three series of Stanley Cup playoffs will conclude on Saturday.

The Bruins, Lightning, and Oilers won Match 6 on Thursday against Hurricanes, Maple Leafs, and Kings, respectively, to force crucial encounters in Game 7.

All three series were tight throughout the playoffs, with the Hurricanes being the only team of the six to play on Saturday to have at one point secured a two-game advantage in the playoff series.

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For three teams, the pursuit of the Lord Stanley Cup will come to an end. For three more, hope will remain alive, at least for another round.

Here’s all the info you need to watch all three Game 7s on Saturday, including start time and TV channels in the US and Canada.

What are the NHL games today?

Here’s a look at Saturday’s schedule for the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Saturday May 13

Game time (Eastern time) Channel
Bruins in hurricanes 4:30 pm ESPN (US), SN360 (Canada), fuboTV
Lightning in the Maple Leafs 7 pm TNT (US), Sportsnet (Canada), CBC (Canada), TVA Sports (Canada)
Kings at Oilers 10 pm ESPN (US), Sportsnet (Canada), CBC (Canada), fuboTV

What are the channels for NHL matches on Saturday?

Here’s how to watch the three games on Saturday.

Bruins in hurricanes

  • drop imp: 4:30 p.m. Eastern time
  • TV (USA): ESPN
  • TV (Canada): SN360, TVA Sports
  • Live broadcast (USA): ESPN+, fuboTV
  • Live broadcast (Canada): SN now, SN NOW +

When the first two games of the series ended, it seemed like the fierce defense and powerful attack of the Hurricanes would be too much for the Bruins to overcome. Carolina won her first two games on a 10-3 aggregate and appeared to be in cruise control as the series headed to Boston. But the Bruins bounced back over the next two races, topping the Hurricanes 9-4 to tie the series.

Brad Marchand has been a force for Boston in this series. He scored Thursday’s first goal in the Bruins’ final 5-2 win in Game 6, led all players in the series with four goals and tied for the most assists with seven.

Hurricane goalkeeper Ante Ranta hasn’t been the same since his injury in the second game. Ranta stopped 97.6 percent of the shots he encountered in his first two games, but since then, he’s got 90.4 percent.

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Lighting at Maple Leafs

  • drop imp: 7 p.m. Eastern time
  • TV (USA): TNT
  • TV (Canada): Sportsnet, CBC and TVA Sports
  • Live broadcast (USA): Watch TNT
  • Live broadcast (Canada): SN now, SN NOW +

If the trend of this series is any indication, Maple Leafs is on their way to picking up a winless breakout series. Toronto has not won a series since 2004, but so far both the Lightning and the Maple Leafs have not won back-to-back games in the series. Given Lightning’s win in overtime in Game 6, the trend is that Toronto is up next.

As expected between two of the league’s top 10 offenses, this was a high-scoring streak. No team has won by scoring less than four goals, and the winners score five goals per game.

Auston Matthews, a Hart Memorial Cup finalist, has led the scoring so far, scoring four goals, while Nikita Kucherov’s six assists are the most of any player in the series.

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Kings at Oilers

  • drop imp: 10 p.m. Eastern time
  • TV (USA): ESPN
  • TV (Canada): Sportsnet, CBC and TVA Sports
  • Live broadcast (USA): ESPN+, fuboTV
  • Live broadcast (Canada): SN now, SN NOW +

The Oilers’ offensive prowess was fully displayed in the series Against the Kings. In games 2 and 3, when the Oilers beat Los Angeles 14-2, Evander Kane fought back-to-back games with two goals and the goals came in quick succession.

But the team’s defense and Mike Smith’s goalkeeper were tested on occasion. In two of the Oilers’ losses against the Kings, the offense scored at least three goals, but allowed at least four goals for a team that scored the top 20 goals during the regular season.

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As expected, Conor McDavid has had an outstanding streak with 12 points (three goals, nine assists), while Kane has seven goals leading, closely followed by Leon Drysittel and his five goals.

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