Is it too early to call the second game of the Stanley Cup final the Canadians’ must-win?
Montreal played consecutive games against the defending champion Chargers on Monday, but was bullied with a 5-1 defeat in Tampa Bay. Goalkeeper Kyrie Price gave up the highest 5 goals in the playoffs with 27 goals in the loss, creating his worst save rate (0.815) in the playoffs.
The Lightning’s onslaught on Montreal was too much, dominating the shot with a score of 27-19. Both teams have strong opportunities (Tampa Bay three and Montreal two), but only the Chargers can seize these opportunities.
The Canadians need to figure out some ways to avoid the possibly insurmountable 2-0 hole, even if the series will move back to Montreal in Game 3 and Game 4. With this, here is how to watch the second game lightning of the Stanley Cup final between the Canadians and Canadians:
Canadiens vs. Lightning on which channel?
- TV channel: NBCSN (United States) | Sportsnet, CBC and TVA Sports (Canada)
- stream: NBCSports.com | Peacock Advanced | fuboTV (7-day free trial)
NBC and its affiliates will play the entire Stanley Cup final in the United States. Canadian viewers can watch the game on Sportsnet, CBC and TVA Sports.
Another option for wire cutters and ribbons is fuboTV, Provide 7-day free trial. NBC streaming option Peacock Premium will also provide live games.
Those with cable TV can also broadcast the game live on the NBCSports.com and NBC Sports apps.
Canadians vs. Chargers start time
- date: Wednesday, June 30
- time: 8 p.m. EST | 5 p.m. Pacific time
Parker will participate in the second game of the Stanley Cup final between the Canadians and Chargers shortly after 8pm ET on Wednesday. The TV time for all games in the series except one game is 8pm EST; if necessary, the 7th game will start at 7pm EST on July 11th.
2021 NHL Stanley Cup Final Schedule
|date||pair||Time (ET)||(TV channel)|
|Monday, June 28||In Tampa Bay||eight pm||(NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVA sports)|
|Wednesday, June 30||In Tampa Bay||eight pm||(NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVA sports)|
|Friday, July 2||In Montreal||eight pm||(NBC, SN, CBC, TVA sports)|
|Monday, July 5||In Montreal||eight pm||(NBC, SN, CBC, TVA sports)|
|* Wednesday, July 7||In Tampa Bay||eight pm||(NBC, SN, CBC, TVA sports)|
|* Friday, July 9||In Montreal||eight pm||(NBC, SN, CBC, TVA sports)|
|*Sunday, July 11||In Tampa Bay||7 p.m.||(NBC, SN, CBC, TVA sports)|
(* if necessary)