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WATCH LIVE: Chicago Blackhawks at Pittsburgh Penguins

Mar 30, 2014, 7:17 PM EDT

Brent Seabrook, Sidney Crosby, Jonathan Toews AP

Hockey fans only get so many chances to see the Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins square off (especially inside a standard hockey arena), but Sunday provides one of those opportunities. You can check out the action on NBCSN and also via the live stream link below.


The Pittsburgh Penguins’ outlook seems pretty clear at this point: they’re almost certainly going to be the Metropolitan Division champion (with a 13-point standings lead against the Flyers and the Rangers) and the second seed in the East (currently trailing the Boston Bruins by 11 standings points). The Chicago Blackhawks’ situation isn’t as clear yet, at least as far as if they’ll gain home-ice advantage in the first round. At the moment, the Colorado Avalanche have a one-point lead and one game in hand on Chicago for the second spot in the Central Division and home-ice advantage in what will almost certainly be a first-round series between the two teams.

So, in other words, they’re might be more at stake for Chicago, but both have already clinched playoff spots, so it’s about tuning up (and maybe proving a point or two).

  1. c9castine - Mar 30, 2014 at 7:23 PM

    i find it funny that theres been lots of talk on here about the penguins struggles recently and not a word about the Hawks..

    yet they come into this game with almost identical records since the Olympic break.

    and you guys dont believe me when i say its because sidney crosby plays for pittsburgh that they take so much heat.

  2. dirt2013 - Mar 30, 2014 at 9:27 PM

    I hope Towes isn’t hurt very bad. That would be a big loss this close to the playoffs.

  3. jpat2424 - Mar 30, 2014 at 9:46 PM

    ^ genius

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