So the Canucks are out already, while the Canadiens are on the verge of elimination after collapsing again in the 3rd. Not exactly great news for CBC or TSN. The Leafs will try to avoid getting in the same situation as the Habs when they played the Bruins at the ACC tonight.
CBC has a pre-game at 6:30pm ET and TSN has a pre-game at 7pm ET tonight. CBC will join LA-STL in progress around the end of the first period. The full game is streamed online. I’m not sure if any alternate channels are offering, but Shaw Direct customers might want to check HD Sports (channel 398). Game 1 was available there.
7:00pm, Boston Bruins @ Toronto Maple Leafs (game 4) – CBC, RDS
Jim Hughson, Craig Simpson & Glenn Healy (reporter: Scott Oake)
7:30pm, Washington Capitals @ New York Rangers (game 4) – TSN, RDS2
Gord Miller & Mike Johnson (reporter: Sara Orlesky)
9:00pm, Los Angeles Kings @ St. Louis Blues (game 5) – CBC, RDS INFO
Mark Lee & Kelly Hrudey (reporter: David Amber)
10:00pm, Detroit Red Wings @ Anaheim Ducks (game 5) – TSN, RDS
Chris Cuthbert & Ray Ferraro
Monday Ratings… Bruins @ Maple Leafs game 2 averaged 2.8 million viewers on Monday night, while Blues @ Kings averaged 695, 000. Playing at the same time as the Leafs sure didn’t help the Jays, Sportsnet averaged just 285, 000 viewers for their comeback in Tampa Bay.