Puck the Media’s Official Stanley Cup Playoff Round Two Mega-Schedule

In case you’re wondering, that Wings/Ducks Game 5 (The 5:00 PM one) isn’t airing on VERSUS because that network will be airing IndyCar qualifying.

And NBC has The Players Championship that weekend.  It’s just… impossible… for them… to do anything right.

Here it goes folks, enjoy.  All times ET.

1. By Network

NBC:

May 2, Pittsburgh vs. Washington, 1:00 PM ET
May 3, Anaheim vs. Detroit, 2:00 PM ET

VERSUS:

April 30th
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 1, 9:00 PM ET*

May 1st
Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 1, 7:00 PM ET*
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 1, 7:30 PM ET  (JOINED IN PROGRESS)

May 2nd
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 2, 9:00 PM ET 

May 3rd
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 2, 7:30 PM ET*

May 4th
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 2, 7:00 PM ET*

May 5th
Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 3, 8:00 PM ET
Detroit vs. Anaheim, Game 3, 10:30 PM ET

May 6th
Washington vs. Pittsburgh, Game 3,  7:00 PM ET*
Boston vs. Carolina, Game 3, 7:30 PM ET (JOINED IN PROGRESS)

May 7th
Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 4, 8:00 PM ET*
Detroit vs. Anaheim, Game 4, 10:30 PM ET*

May 8th
Washington vs. Pittsburgh, Game 4, 7:00 PM ET
Boston vs. Carolina, Game 4, 7:30 PM ET (JOINED IN PROGRESS)

May 9th
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 5, 7:00 PM ET
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 5, 10:30 PM ET

May 10th
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 5, 7:30 PM ET*

May 11th
Washington vs. Pittsburgh, Game 6, 7:00 PM ET
Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 6, 9:00 PM ET (JOINED IN PROGRESS)

May 12th
Boston vs. Carolina, Game 6, 7:00 PM ET
Detroit vs. Anaheim, Game 6 10:00 PM ET

May 13th
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 7, 7:00 PM ET

May 14th
Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 7, 7:00 PM ET
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 7, 10:00 PM ET

VERSUS Exclusive Telecasts: 

April 30th – Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 1, 9:00 PM ET
May 1st – Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 1, 7:00 PM ET
May 3rd – Carolina vs. Boston, Game 2, 7:30 PM ET
May 4th – Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 2, 7:00 PM ET
May 6th – Washington vs. Pittsburgh, Game 3, 7:00 PM ET
May 7th – Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 4, 8:00 PM ET
May 7th – Detroit vs. Anaheim, Game 4, 10:30 PM ET
May 10th – Carolina vs. Boston, Game 5, 7:30 PM ET

Canada

CBC

April 30th
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 1, 9:00 PM ET

May 2nd
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 1, 1:00 PM ET
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 2, 9:00 PM ET

May 4th
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 2, 7:00 PM ET

May 5th
Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 3, 8:00 PM ET

May 6th
Washington vs. Pittsburgh, Game 3, 7:00 PM ET

May 7th
Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 4, 8:00 PM ET

May 8th
Washington vs. Pittsburgh, Game 4, 7:00 PM ET

May 9th
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 5, 7:00 PM ET
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 5, 10:30 PM ET

May 11th
Washington vs. Pittsburgh, Game 6, 7:00 PM ET
Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 6, 9:00 PM ET 

May 13th
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 7, 7:00 PM ET

May 14th
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 7, 9/10:00 PM ET

TSN/TSN2:

May 1st
Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 1, 7:00 PM ET (TSN2)
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 1, 7:30 PM ET (TSN)

May 3rd
Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 2, 2:00 PM ET
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 2, 7:30 PM ET

May 5th
Detroit vs. Anaheim, Game 3, 10:30 PM ET

May 6th
Boston vs. Carolina, Game 3, 7:30 PM ET

May 7th
Detroit vs. Anaheim, Game 4, 10:30 PM ET

May 8th
Boston vs. Carolina, Game 4, 7:30 PM ET

May 10th
Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 5, 5:00 PM ET
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 5, 7:30 PM ET

May 12th
Boston vs. Carolina, Game 6, 7:00 PM ET
Detroit vs. Anaheim, Game 6, 10:00 PM ET

May 14th
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 7, TBD
Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 7, TBD

2. Day-by-Day

April 30th
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 1, 9:00 PM ET (CBC/VERSUS)

May 1st
Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 1, 7:00 PM ET (VERSUS/TSN2)
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 1, 7:30 PM ET (TSN/VERSUS JIP)

May 2nd
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 1, 1:00 PM ET (NBC/CBC/RDS)
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 2, 9:00 PM ET (CBC/VERSUS)

May 3rd
Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 2, 2:00 PM ET (NBC/TSN)
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 2, 7:30 PM ET (VERSUS/TSN)

May 4th
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 2, 7:00 PM ET (VERSUS/CBC/RDS)

May 5th
Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 3, 8:00 PM ET (CBC/VERSUS)
Detroit vs. Anaheim, Game 3, 10:30 PM ET (VERSUS/TSN)

May 6th
Washington vs. Pittsburgh, Game 3, 7:00 PM ET (VERSUS/CBC/RDS)
Boston vs. Carolina, Game 3, 7:30 PM ET (TSN/VERSUS JIP)

May 7th
Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 4, 8:00 PM ET (CBC/VERSUS)
Detroit vs. Anaheim, Game 4, 10:30 PM ET (VERSUS/TSN)

May 8th
Washington vs. Pittsburgh, Game 4, 7:00 PM ET (VERSUS/CBC/RDS)
Boston vs. Carolina, Game 4, 7:30 PM ET (TSN/VERSUS JIP) 

May 9th
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 5, 7:00 PM ET (VERSUS/CBC/RDS)
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 5, 10:30 PM ET (CBC/VERSUS/RDS)

May 10th
Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 5, 5:00 PM ET (TSN)
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 5, 7:30 PM ET (VERSUS/TSN)

May 11th
Washington vs. Pittsburgh, Game 6, 7:00 PM ET (VERSUS/CBC/RDS)
Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 6, 9:00 PM ET (CBC/VERSUS JIP)

May 12th
Boston vs. Carolina, Game 6, 7:00 PM ET (VERSUS/TSN)
Detroit vs. Anaheim, Game 6, 10:00 PM ET (VERSUS/TSN) 

May 13th
Pittsburgh vs. Washington, Game 7, 7:00 M ET (VERSUS/CBC/RDS)

May 14th
Carolina vs. Boston, Game 7, TBD (TSN/VERSUS)
Anaheim vs. Detroit, Game 7, TBD (VERSUS/TSN)
Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 7, 9/10PM ET (VERSUS/CBC) 

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11 Responses to Puck the Media’s Official Stanley Cup Playoff Round Two Mega-Schedule

  1. BC says:

    nbc is just dispicable. Why do they even bother? what a waste of time for all of us. I think they exist just to make the VS broadcasts halfway decent. VS is doing what they can, but don’t get excited about all the “joined in progress”. They’ll make us sit through that ridiculous “Hockey Central” show for a while (while play is going on in the 2nd game) before they go join it. The NHL needs to put games on another channel like VS (not ESPN please!) or the NHLN. Then things would be great and we can concentrate on making the broadcasts better so people like myself and others I know don’t have to watch games with the sound off.

  2. Jake says:

    The NHL should put Game 5 of Detroit/Anaheim on the NHL Network. That’s the only thing that makes sense. Not to show that game nationally would be a crime.

  3. leafsfan1967 says:

    The NHL doing something sensible and putting a game on the NHL Network???

    Don’t hold your breath…

  4. SonicAD says:

    I’m moving to Detroit on Thursday so I can finally start watching the games that are on CBC so I don’t have to watch so much Versus!

  5. BC says:

    I envy you Sonic!!

  6. leafsfan1967 says:

    Enjoy the coverage Sonic. Just think a Stanley Cup Playoffs season without Joe Beninatti! Lucky You!!!

  7. casey says:

    So, as a Bruins fan living in Washington DC, I really don’t have much of a chance catching a game as versus coverage blacks out due to local programming. Instead of showing the Bruins/Carolina game because of this local coverage, I will instead get ultimate fighting re-runs. Well…at least I get this in progress coverage. Yeah…that should work out splendidly.

    And why doesn’t the NHL Network show playoff games. I pay for this??

  8. Chris says:

    Those TSN2 games of the Wings/Ducks series are also on RDS. That’s great for me as I could have been shafted again.

  9. Chris says:

    Even better for Canadians: CBC swaps Game 6 of Washington/Pittsburgh to TSN in return for Game 1 of Red Wings/Ducks!

    http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/stanleycup/Wr2-1/story/2009/04/29/sp-ana-det.html

  10. CoyoteQ says:

    So, basically because I have hillbilly cable in Southern Indiana…. I can’t watch the Blackhawks vs Canucks EVER?? Chicago is only 6-7 hours away, but the games won’t be on MY television.

    If the NHL wants growth in television viewers and ratings and fans…. they have to have games on a channel that the majority of people actually GET!

    NBC can bite me — golf??? you have to be kidding? This is the STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS!

    CoyoteQ
    Dubois County’s ONLY hockey fan

  11. CoyoteQ says:

    So, basically because I have hillbilly cable in Southern Indiana…. I can’t watch the Blackhawks vs Canucks EVER?? Chicago is only 6-7 hours away, but the games won’t be on MY television.

    If the NHL wants growth in television viewers and ratings and fans…. they have to have games on a channel that the majority of people actually GET!

    NBC can bite me — golf??? you have to be kidding? This is the STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS!

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