Ratings For Nights 9 and 10 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Plus, of course, an updated Top 10.

Thursday, April 21

6:30 p.m. Hockey Central – 66,000 viewers
7:00 p.m. Boston vs. Montreal, Game 4 – 599,000 viewers
10:00 p.m. Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 5 – 590,000 viewers
12:37 a.m. San Jose vs. Los Angeles, Game 4 – 316,000 viewers
1:21 a.m. Hockey Central – 266,000 viewers

Friday, April, 22

7:00 p.m. Hockey Central – 270,000 viewers
7:30 p.m. Buffalo vs. Philadelphia, Game 5 –
931,000 viewers
10:36 p.m. Nashville vs. Anaheim, Game 5 – 428,000 viewers
1:04 a.m. Hockey Central – 185,000 viewers

Top 10

1. Buffalo vs. Philadelphia, Game 5 (4/25/11) – 931,000 viewers
2. Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 3 (4/17/11) – 689,000 viewers
3. Montreal vs. Boston, Game 2 (4/16/11) – 661,000 viewers
4. Vancouver vs. Chicago, Game 4 (4/19/11) – 621,000 viewers
5. Washington vs. NY Rangers, Game 4 (4/20/11) – 619,000 viewers
6. NY Rangers vs. Washington, Game 2 (4/15/11) – 606,000 viewers
7. Boston vs. Montreal, Game 4 (4/21/11) – 599,000 viewers
8. Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 5 (4/21/11) – 590,000 viewers
9. Philadelphia vs. Buffalo, Game 3 (4/18/11) – 572,000 viewers
10. Chicago vs. Vancouver, Game 2 (4/15/11) – 562,000 viewers

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6 Responses to Ratings For Nights 9 and 10 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs

  1. Keith says:

    I can’t wait until tonight, Buffalo-Philly should break the million viewers mark.

    • Sean says:

      I have to believe Blackhawks/Canucks from Sunday night hit 7 digits. And tonight’s game easily should.

      • Kevin says:

        I’m going to say Blackhawks/Canucks went over a million. It had to.

        And combine that with the over 400,000 who watched it on CSN in Chicago. Vancouver averaged over 500,000 for regular season games so I’m guessing they are probably doing well over 1,000,000 for Playoff Games. Plus it was on CBC across all of Canada. Quick question, was it on CBC in Vancouver or the local RSN (I forgot what it’s called)…

        Anyway, a lot of people were watching that game, probably somewhere between 3 and 5 million when it’s all added up.

      • Eric says:

        All playoff games are shown on CBC and TSN. There is no local coverage.

  2. Eric says:

    It appears that Buf-Phi is the highest first round non-game 7 in Versus history.

    PTM noted last year: http://puckthemedia.wordpress.com/2010/04/28/penssens-game-6-sets-versus-first-round-record/ that Vs had set a first round with 788k; it was broken by Montreal-Washington game 7, which drew 1.15m.

    Steve- did you get my note on the percentage changes in the NBC story?

  3. Colton says:

    The van chi game 6 on Sunday probably did north of 3 million on CBC.

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