Kings/Blues Gets Best CNBC Numbers So Far

Exclusive audiences are also helping CNBC during the Conference Semifinals, as a blowout still lifted CNBC to their best viewer numbers of the post-season so far.

Game 2 of the Kings/Blues series drew 639,000 viewers on the money channel, marking the best performance for a CNBC game so far in the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs. This was still down a bit from Game 1′s 741,000. One has to remember, however, that Game 2 was up against Game 2 of the Capitals/Rangers series on NBC Sports Network for quite a bit, and was already a blowout by the time that game had ended.

A combined 2.1 million viewers watched Stanley Cup Playoff hockey on Monday night.

(Source: @NBCSportsPR)

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One Response to Kings/Blues Gets Best CNBC Numbers So Far

  1. kingrussell says:

    What was the breakdown as far as ratings in St.Louis and ratings in LA?

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