What teams are in the Stanley Cup playoffs 2021?

Where are the Stanley Cup finals being played 2021?

2021 Stanley Cup Finals
* – Denotes overtime period(s)
Location(s) Montreal: Bell Centre (3, 4) Tampa: Amalie Arena (1, 2, 5)
Coaches Montreal: Dominique Ducharme (interim) Tampa Bay: Jon Cooper
Captains Montreal: Shea Weber Tampa Bay: Steven Stamkos

Where can I watch the 2021 Stanley Cup playoffs?

The 2021-22 NHL TV schedule on TNT, ABC, ESPN, ESPN+ and Hulu, including the Stanley Cup playoffs. Games on ESPN+ and Hulu require a subscription; you can purchase an ESPN+ subscription for $6.99/month here (affiliate link). NHL TV schedule.

Time ET Game TV
8:00p Bruins – Blues ESPN+ Hulu

What teams are still in the playoffs?

Sporting News broke down the 2022 NFL playoff field, including the playoff bracket, full seeding and information on each of the matchups in the playoffs. NFC standings.

Seed Team Record
1. Green Bay Packers 13-4
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13-4
3. Dallas Cowboys 12-5
4. Los Angeles Rams 12-5

Where is game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals?

With a 6-3 victory against the Montreal Canadiens in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final at Bell Centre on Friday, they are one win from sweeping the best-of-7 series.

What channel will NHL Playoffs be on?

NHL playoff games today

Matchup Time TV channel
Game 5: Canadiens at Lightning 8 p.m. ET NBC, SN, CBC, TVA Sports

How can I watch the NHL playoffs without cable?

How to Stream NHL Games Free Online

  1. Stream Hockey on Sling TV. Sling TV is one of the easiest live TV streamers to get into, and right now, they’re offering a full month of service for just $10 to let you stream hockey games online.
  2. Stream Hockey on ESPN+
  3. Stream Hockey on fuboTV.
  4. Stream Hockey on Hulu + Live TV.

Where can I watch the Stanley Cup Finals online for free?

You don’t need cable or satellite TV to watch the action on the ice. The most affordable streaming option is NBC’s Peacock service, which will carry the entire series live. Peacock’s basic tier is free, but to watch the Stanley Cup Finals you’ll need to subscribe to the Premium version starting at $5 per month.