NHL Western Conference Final: Begins Sunday on TSN

The NHL Western Conference Final will begin Sunday night on TSN. Here is the press release.

The Western Conference Final takes centre stage on TSN, as Canada’s Sports Leader has the first three games of the 2012 STANLEY CUP® PLAYOFFS Third Round series featuring the Phoenix Coyotes taking on the L.A. Kings.

TSN’s coverage of the Third Round gets underway on Sunday, May 13 with Game 1: Los Angeles @ Phoenix at 7:30 p.m. ET (see below for complete broadcast schedule). Featured in the broadcast booth for TSN are play-by-play announcer Chris Cuthbert and game analyst Ray Ferraro.

NHL ON TSN host James Duthie is in the TSN studio for pre-game shows and intermissions, alongside Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger, and analysts Aaron Ward and Marc Crawford.

Complementing the network’s live NHL playoff games, TSN features comprehensive coverage of both the Eastern and Western Conference Final series across all of its platforms and programs, including SPORTSCENTRE, THAT’S HOCKEY, THAT’S HOCKEY 2NITE, OFF THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL LANDSBERG and TSN THE REPORTERS WITH DAVE HODGE, plus Canada’s industry-leading sports website TSN.ca and its related apps for BlackBerry, iPhone and iPad.

TSN also takes a look back at the Second Round of the 2012 STANLEY CUP® PLAYOFFS with its 2ND ROUND IN 30 MINUTES show on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET leading in to live coverage of the Coyotes-Kings series.

Here is the schedule for games 1 and 2 of both Conference Finals. The rest of the schedule will be announced on Saturday night or Sunday.

Sunday 5/13, 8:00pm – Kings @ Coyotes (game 1) – TSN, RDS
Monday 5/14, 8:00pm – NJ vs. NYR/WSH (game 1) – CBC, RDS
Tuesday 5/15, 9:00pm – Kings @ Coyotes (game 2) – TSN, RDS
Wednesday 5/16, 8:00pm – NJ vs. NYR/WSH (game 2) – CBC, RDS

2 thoughts on “NHL Western Conference Final: Begins Sunday on TSN

  1. Too bad Darren Pang will not be part of the TSN telecast for the third round. I am glad to see the game times for the semi-finals are a bit later. I like the 1700h Pacific starts for the eastern games and the 1800h weeknight starts for the western games.

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