Sportsnet’s 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs Conference Final Broadcast Schedule

Ron MacLean, Nick Kypreos, Kelly Hrudey and Elliotte Friedman recap Game 7 between the Winnipeg Jets and Nashville Predators.

TORONTO — Washington. Tampa Bay. Vegas. Winnipeg. Four teams remain in pursuit of the Stanley Cup and the Jets, fresh off an exciting seven-game win over the reigning Western Conference champion Nashville Predators, are Canada’s hope to snap a Stanley Cup drought dating back to 1993. A lot has been left on the ice already in these playoffs, but we’re still only halfway to the ultimate prize.

With that, Sportsnet unveils its broadcast schedule for the third round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

All conference finals games are available on TV on Sportsnet or CBC and via live stream on Sportsnet NOW and Rogers NHL LIVE. On radio, select Stanley Cup Playoff games will be available along the Sportsnet Radio Network, including on Sportsnet 590 The FAN, Sportsnet 960 The FAN and Sportsnet 650.

The round begins on Friday, May 11 at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT with the Capitals vs. Lightning on Sportsnet and CBC. Canada’s last remaining Cup hopefuls get underway on Saturday, May 12 as the Jets host the Golden Knights with coverage starting at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT on CBC. Full broadcast schedule is below.

As the home of hockey, Sportsnet’s world-class roster of analysts, reporters and hosts continue to deliver the most up-to-date news and stories throughout the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs Conference Finals:

• Each night, 30-minutes before puck drop, Hockey Central Tonight tees up the post-season action with studio hosts Ron MacLean and David Amber alongside Elliotte Friedman, Kelly Hrudey, Nick Kypreos, and Brian Burke on Sportsnet.

• Coach’s Corner goes on location as Don Cherry and Ron MacLean travel to Winnipeg for Games 1, 2, 5* and 7*, (*if necessary).

• Harnarayan Singh, Randip Janda, Bhupinder Hundal, and Harpreet Pandher deliver Saturday night games on Hockey Night in Canada: Punjabi Edition to hockey fans coast-to-coast on OMNI.

Livestream every single game of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs—blackout free—plus the Toronto Blue Jays, key Raptors & NBA Playoffs matchups and the 100th Mastercard Memorial Cup, all in one subscription.


Tampa Bay Lightning (A1) vs. Washington Capitals (M1)

• Play-by-play: Paul Romanuk; Game Analyst: Garry Galley; Reporter: Kyle Bukauskas

G1 Fri., May 11 Washington @ Tampa Bay, 8 p.m. ET SN, CBC
G2 Sun., May 13 Washington @ Tampa Bay, 8 p.m. ET SN, CBC
G3 Tues., May 15 Tampa Bay @ Washington, 8 p.m. ET SN, CBC
G4 Thurs., May 17 Tampa Bay @ Washington, 8 p.m. ET SN, CBC
G5* Sat., May 19 Washington @ Tampa Bay, 7:15 p.m. ET CBC, OMNI
G6* Mon., May 21 Tampa Bay @ Washington, 8 p.m. ET SN1, CBC
G7* Wed., May 23 Washington @ Tampa Bay, 8 p.m. ET SN1, CBC


Winnipeg Jets (C2) vs. Vegas Golden Knights (P1)

• Play-by-play: Jim Hughson; Game Analyst: Craig Simpson; Reporter: Scott Oake

G1 Sat., May 12 Vegas @ Winnipeg,  7 p.m. ET CBC, OMNI
G2 Mon., May 14 Vegas @ Winnipeg, 8 p.m. ET SN, CBC
G3 Wed., May 16 Winnipeg @ Vegas, 9 p.m. ET SN, CBC
G4 Fri., May 18 Winnipeg @ Vegas, 8 p.m. ET SN1, CBC
G5* Sun., May 20 Vegas @ Winnipeg, 3 p.m. ET SN, CBC
G6* Tues., May 22 Winnipeg @ Vegas, 9 p.m. ET SN1, CBC
G7* Thurs., May 24 Vegas @ Winnipeg, 8 p.m. ET SN1, CBC

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