17 May 2014

2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Conference Finals TV Schedule & Announcers

The 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs continue to roll on as the conference finals kick off this weekend. Both series will be on either NBC or NBCSN every game. Continue reading for the television schedule as well as announcing assignments for the 2014 Stanley Cup Conference Finals.

Predictions
*If necessary

A3 Montreal Canadiens vs. M2 New York Rangers
Game 1: Sat., 5/17 - Montreal - NBC, 1:00 (Doc Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire)
Game 2: Mon., 5/19 - Montreal - NBCSN, 8:00 (Doc Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire)
Game 3: Thurs., 5/22 - New York - NBCSN, 8:00 (Doc Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire)
Game 4: Sun., 5/25 - New York - NBCSN, 8:00 (Doc Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire)
Game 5: Tues., 5/27 - Montreal - NBCSN, 8:00 (Doc Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire)
Game 6: Thurs., 5/29 - New York - NBCSN, 8:00 (Doc Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire)

C3 Chicago Blackhawks vs. P3 Los Angeles Kings
Game 1: Sun., 5/18 - Chicago - NBC, 3:00 (Kenny Albert, Joe Micheletti, Brian Engblom)
Game 2: Wed., 5/21 - Chicago - NBCSN, 8:00 (Kenny Albert, Joe Micheletti, Brian Engblom)
Game 3: Sat., 5/24 - Los Angeles - NBC, 8:00 (Kenny Albert, Joe Micheletti, Brian Engblom)
Game 4: Mon., 5/26 - Los Angeles - NBCSN, 9:00 (Kenny Albert, Joe Micheletti, Brian Engblom)
Game 5: Wed., 5/28 - Chicago - NBCSN, 8:00 (Kenny Albert, Joe Micheletti, Brian Engblom)
Game 6: Fri., 5/30 - Los Angeles - NBCSN, 9:00 (Kenny Albert, Joe Micheletti, Brian Engblom)
Game 7: Sun., 6/1 - Chicago - NBCSN, 8:00 (Kenny Albert, Joe Micheletti, Brian Engblom)

H/T NHL, The506

2 comments:

  1. I have watched a playoff game between the Flyers and the Rangers where Kenny Albert called the game with Joe Micheleti calling the game from the ice. Why would they do this without having an analyst in the booth? It doesn't make sense to me.

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    1. NBC likes to do games often with one up and one down and I have no problem with it, the analyst gets a unique angle on the play from ice level as opposed to being up in the booth.

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