Puck the Media Conference Final Superschedule

American

May 16
3:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 1 (NBC)
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 1 (VERSUS)

May 18
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 2 (VERSUS)
10:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 2 (VERSUS)

May 20
7:00
Philadelphia vs. Montreal, Game 3 (VERSUS)

May 21
8:00
San Jose vs. Chicago, Game 3 (VERSUS)

May 22
3:00
Philadelphia vs. Montreal, Game 4 (NBC)

May 23
3:00
San Jose vs. Chicago, Game 4 (NBC)

May 24
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 5 (VERSUS)

May 25
9:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 5 (VERSUS)

May 26
7:00
Philadelphia vs. Montreal, Game 6 (VERSUS)

May 27
8:00
San Jose vs. Chicago, Game 6 (VERSUS)

May 28
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 7 (VERSUS)

May 29
8:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 7 (VERSUS)

Canadian

May 16
3:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 1 (TSN)
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 1 (CBC)

May 18
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 2 (CBC)
10:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 2 (TSN)

May 20
7:00
Philadelphia vs. Montreal, Game 3 (CBC)

May 21
8:00
San Jose vs. Chicago, Game 3 (TSN)

May 22
3:00
Philadelphia vs. Montreal, Game 4 (CBC)

May 23
3:00
San Jose vs. Chicago, Game 4 (TSN)

May 24
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 5 (CBC)

May 25
9:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 5 (TSN)

May 26
7:00
Philadelphia vs. Montreal, Game 6 (CBC)

May 27
8:00
San Jose vs. Chicago, Game 6 (TSN)

May 28
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 7 (CBC)

May 29
8:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 7 (TSN)

Night-by-Night

May 16
3:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 1 (NBC/TSN)
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 1 (VERSUS/CBC)

May 18
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 2 (VERSUS/CBC)
10:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 2 (VERSUS/TSN)

May 20
7:00
Philadelphia vs. Montreal, Game 3 (VERSUS/CBC)

May 21
8:00
San Jose vs. Chicago, Game 3 (VERSUS/TSN)

May 22
3:00
Philadelphia vs. Montreal, Game 4 (NBC/CBC)

May 23
3:00
San Jose vs. Chicago, Game 4 (NBC/TSN)

May 24
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 5 (VERSUS/CBC)

May 25
9:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 5 (VERSUS/TSN)

May 26
7:00
Philadelphia vs. Montreal, Game 6 (VERSUS/CBC)

May 27
8:00
San Jose vs. Chicago, Game 6 (VERSUS/TSN)

May 28
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia, Game 7 (VERSUS/CBC)

May 29
8:00
Chicago vs. San Jose, Game 7 (VERSUS/TSN)

6 Responses to Puck the Media Conference Final Superschedule

  1. Chris S says:

    I know it was a set time long ago, but that Game 4 in Montreal SHOULD be a 7pm start in all fairness. I mean, for God’s sake, the Montreal Canadiens are the oldest team in hockey, and have been playing Saturday night games forever! Its a shame a network that pays nothing at all for rights fees is able to steal the Habs traditional time slot away when the damn game is in Montreal!!

    Ok, my rant is over. Enjoy the Conference finals.

    • Josh says:

      Absolutely. Saturday games *in* the US should have their start times dictated by the American networks. In Canada, they should be played on our terms.

      • Josh says:

        Also, I feel compelled to mention that the NBA seems to be ok with having its conference final weekend games played at night. Boston-Orlando goes tomorrow afternoon, but the ones the following weekend are starting at 8:30 ET.

  2. Rob Hoffmann says:

    As you reported earlier, TSN is carrying only games 1-3 of the San Jose-Chicago series. CBC announced last night that it has games 4-7.

  3. Robert says:

    I like the double header on Tuesday, good for Pacific and Mountain people. The game 5 time in San Jose is excellent. The bad part is that the eastern series has all games at 7:00 Eastern except for game 4. The weekday games are too early for Pac and Mtn people. The games should start at 8:00 to help out since the western games have had their times altered.

  4. canadiansportsfan says:

    Josh :
    Also, I feel compelled to mention that the NBA seems to be ok with having its conference final weekend games played at night. Boston-Orlando goes tomorrow afternoon, but the ones the following weekend are starting at 8:30 ET.

    But the problem for the NBA is that except for today’s game, all of them are on cable. At least the NHL gets some OTA exposure, even though it sucks for us Canadians. In all reality there is no reason why NBC can’t have 1-2 Saturday night Conference Finals games a year, but it will never happen.

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