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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs: First Round Television Schedule, Times and Networks

Our annual guide to what’s on where for the first round of the playoffs.

Anaheim Ducks v Nashville Predators - Game Four Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

As is our tradition here at Canes Country, it’s time for the Television Super Schedule for the first round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Things get underway on Wednesday, April 12 with five games that night. Below is the schedule for the first round, with times and networks listed, so that you can plan your distractions for the next two weeks.

A few notes:

  • All games after game 4 of each series are listed as TBD, and the NHL will determine times and networks depending on what other series are still active. We’ll update the schedule as it changes, so bookmark this page and come back as the series get into the later games.
  • You can also subscribe to this calendar to put it on your mobile device, so you’ll have it easily available. Here’s the iCal address and here’s the HTML address. If you’re loading onto an Apple device, iCal is the way to go. Otherwise, head for the HTML link.
  • If you subscribed last year, this is the same calendar (just with updated information), so you will not need to resubscribe - it will show up automatically.
  • For as long as there are at least two series ongoing, and the times line up (in other words, they can’t do this when the only two games of the night are in the East), NBCSN will have doubleheaders every night. Other games in the first round will air largely on USA and CNBC, with a few weekend games on NBC and a couple of games on NHL Network.

Enjoy the best time of the year for hockey fans!