How to Watch Canucks vs. Flames Playoffs Live Online

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NHL Playoff games will be televised live across several of NBC’s broadcast platforms. Here is a complete television schedule for the NHL Playoffs in the United States. Games will air live on NBC, NBC Sports Network, CNBC, NHL Network and USA Network.

CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada, TVA Sports, Sportsnet and Sportsnet 360, air games in Canada.

Here’s the broadcast information for the first round between the No. 3 Flames and No. 2 Canucks.

Game 1
Wednesday, April 15
10 p.m.
Calgary at Vancouver
CBC, TVA Sports, USA

Game 2
Friday, April 17
10 p.m.
Calgary at Vancouver
CBC, TVA Sports, CNBC

Game 3
Sunday, April 19
10 p.m.
Vancouver at Calgary
CBC, TVA Sports, NBCSN

Game 4
Tuesday, April 21
10 p.m.
Vancouver at Calgary
CBC, TVA Sports, USA

Game 5*
*Thursday, April 23
TBD
Calgary at Vancouver
CBC

Game 6*
*Saturday, April 25
TBD
Vancouver at Calgary
CBC

Game 7*
*Monday, April 27
TBD
Calgary at Vancouver
CBC

*-If necessary


Watch Flames-Canucks Live Online

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Most NHL playoff games will be streamed online for free on NBC Sports Live Extra. You’ll need a username and password to access the stream, which you should have through your local cable provider.

Here are some FAQs and a guide to technical requirements and other information from NBC that may come in handy.


Watch Flames-Canucks on Mobile

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If you’re on the go, you can use the NBC Sports Live Extra App to watch most playoff games. Get it in either the App Store or the Google Play Store. Same as the live stream, you’ll need a username and password through your cable provider to watch the games.


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