Apr 30, 2014, 8:46 PM EDT
So far, the first-round series has been a tale of two extremes. At minimum, the home team’s games have been more attuned to their style (like the Wild’s first two wins in Minnesota), yet other times the host squad has outright dominated things. If that pattern holds, then the Colorado Avalanche will advance to the next round.
These playoffs make a substantial argument that it’s dangerous to assume anything, so we’ll need to wait and see if that pattern holds in Game 7. The game airs on CNBC and can be viewed via the livestream link below as well:
There could be quite a few people who plan on doing some Game 7 remote control/livestream feed juggling being that the decisive game between the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks kicks in just 30 minutes later. If you want to stream one and watch the other on TV, note that Kings – Sharks airs on NBCSN and can be streamed here.
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