Apr 19, 2014, 8:52 PM EDT
Note: With Blue Jackets – Penguins in overtime, the TV coverage of Wild – Avs can be temporarily found at NHL Network. You can juggle both games with help from the live stream link in this post. Conversely, you can stream Columbus – Pittsburgh here.
The 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs already boasts one playoff series in which the first two games went to overtime, so it’s not outrageous to wonder if the same will happen for the Minnesota Wild and Colorado Avalanche. Their Game 2 airs on NBCSN and via the live stream link below.
As you may remember (Wild and Avs fans definitely remember), Paul Stastny scored the game-tying and game-winning goals to steal one for Colorado in Game 1. There are still those out there who wonder if the Avalanche are for real, so we’ll see if they can at least turn the volume down from critics with a win in Game 2 (or turn the dial the other way if Minnesota ties the series up).
Either way, if this postseason continues its current trends, it should be a lot of fun to watch.
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- Video: Bolts lose Garrison, Paquette in loss to Wings 4
- Bruins ruin Lundqvist’s return 28
- Video: Letang hospitalized after Doan hit (Update) 48
- Bruins chalk Rask’s absence up to dehydration (Update) 4
- Happy returns: Datsyuk plays for Detroit 2
- Gearing up: Malkin, Hornqvist return for Pens 0
- Five big games to watch this weekend 8
- Video: Kessel, Booth get into altercation at Leafs practice 34
- Dreger: ‘In Kessel’s case, I firmly believe he’s going to be traded’ (73)
- Coyotes ‘win’ against Sabres in OT (58)
- Minnesota leapfrogs Chicago in the Central Division (57)
- Red Wings beat Blues in OT, but should winning goal count? (56)
- Tank-worthy? Connor McDavid finishes OHL season with 120 points in 47 games (56)