When the NHL is on the ice, you know it’s real

It’s no secret that we love to watch the NHL on TV.

Whether it’s the NHL Network, NBC Sports Live Extra, the NHL GameCenter app or the NBC Sports app on your mobile device, you can always find the game at any time of the day.

But there are also times when we just want to watch what’s happening on the big screen.

We know there are certain moments when you want to be able to be in the seat next to us and not just a spectator, but a fan.

But the best way to do that is to have the option of being on the sidelines.

The Stanley Cup Playoffs are on.

And you can get on the Stanley Cup playoffs website to watch every game.

To find out which teams have a chance to win the Stanley Cups, we’ve got the full schedule of Stanley Cup playoff games.

This week, we’ll take a look at the teams that have a shot at the Cup and how they might fare against the other top teams in the NHL.

To start off with, here’s the schedule for the first two rounds of the playoffs.

We’ll update this post as new playoff games become available.

Round 1: Tuesday, April 27 vs. Detroit Red Wings.

7 p.m.

ET (NBC Sports Live Plus) The Red Wings lead the East for the second straight season, with a 7-1-0 record.

They’re in the midst of their third straight playoff appearance.

They are playing their third game in the Stanley, which is one game behind the Penguins for the most playoff games played by a Stanley Cup champion.

It will be interesting to see how this team fares in the playoffs, as they’re coming off a playoff appearance in 2013.

They won their first playoff series in franchise history when they beat the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 in Game 5.

The Red Wing have won five of their last six playoff games and will look to avoid a third consecutive losing season in their home arena.

This is a team that could use some offense this year.

The team’s leading scorer is Pavel Datsyuk, who has 19 points in 24 games.

Datsysub has had a lot of success this year, with 19 goals and 29 assists for 63 points in 67 games.

The 25-year-old also has four goals and seven assists in seven playoff games, and has five goals and five assists in five games since returning from an ankle injury that kept him out of the Western Conference Final.

The Detroit Red Wing are coming off their first trip to the Stanley Finals since 2011.

They play at home for the third straight year, following back-to-back road trips to the East and West divisions in 2015.

They’ll face the defending Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Redwing on Tuesday night in Game 1 of their first-round series.

Stanley Cup Playoffs: The NHL schedule will be updated at 5 p.c.

ET with all playoff games available on the NHL schedule.

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