The NHL finals Stanley Cup playoffs TV schedule picks up on Wednesday and the start time is 8 pm ET for the Rangers and Kings Game 4 and a sweep is possible and the championship trophy will be in MSG for the matchup as New York tries to stay alive against the lucky Los Angeles Kings and the game is on TV from NBC and on the NBC Sports Live Extra website.
The Rangers now are on the brink and they have no choice but to go hard on Wednesday night and the matchup will have the Cup in the Garden as the Kings try and close things out. The Rangers have actually played very well in this series apart from some moments and those moments resulted in goals and now they are trying to gain back some respect with a win over Los Angeles. The Rangers had chances to win Game 1 and Game 3 and they now have nothing else left but to take things one game at a time heading into the back stretch of the series.
The next matchup comes on Wednesday night on the NBC Sports Network and that could be the final game of the series and that starts up at 8 pm ET and if necessary, the series will shift back to Los Angeles and the Staples Center. The Rangers finally got some offense going in Game 2 of the series, but they were shutout by Jonathan Quick and now they have to find a way to win a game. The team is not done and they have the chance to truly do something special.
The Game 5 matchup if necessary comes on Friday, June 13, while the Game 6 matchup will be back in New York at Madison Square Garden. The game on Monday will be on NBC and that matchup would be massive if the Rangers can get to it and at the very least they are hoping to win at least one game this series. The Game 7 matchup would be on Wednesday, June 18 and if that game exists in this universe that would be amazing, but that will never happen and while the Rangers played valiantly, they were just not good enough to beat the Kings.
Check here for the NHL playoffs schedule for the Kings and Rangers as LA goes for the win against NY and they jumped out to a 2-0 series lead after getting some lucky calls and goals in Game 1 and 2 and all the rangers have left is desperation.