Jun 13, 2014, 7:08 PM EDT
For some Los Angeles Kings fans, there was a silver lining to losing Game 4: their team would have a chance to win the Stanley Cup on home ice. The New York Rangers aim to make Kings fans regret such thoughts on Friday night, as NBC airs Game 5.
You can also stream the game live via this link:
There’s a pre-game show airing on NBCSN beginning at 7 p.m. ET. You can stream that here.
Here’s a fun little tidbit:
Henrik Lundqvist will play his 666th career game on Friday the 13th. I have no idea what this means or could mean, if it means anything.—
Dan Rosen (@drosennhl) June 13, 2014
Could that affect Henrik Lundqvist‘s notable elimination game brilliance, then?
We’ll see soon enough if the Rangers can “make a series” of this one.
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