For old school NHL fans, there’s fond memories of watching games on USA Network. In the first half of the 1980’s, USA Network was home to the NHL and it also had the rights to MLB in the early part of the decade as well as the NBA, PGA Tour and the Masters. The NHL […] The post NHL Stanley Cup Playoff games to air on USA Network appeared first on Awful Announcing.
The defending NHL Stanley Cup champions Los Angeles Kings welcome the Montreal Canadiens as they meet at Staples Center.
We are a little more than halfway through the NHL's regular season and the playoff hopes for 17 of the league's 30 teams have already been decided and the postseason field for the Eastern Conference is already nearly set. Using a system...Show More Summary
It all started with this tweet during the 1st round of the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs after the Los Angeles Kings beat the Vancouver Canucks. That tweet made the Los Angeles Kings twitter account a must-follow and it has continued to be that way for two years. Throughout that time, we never knew who […]
The New York Rangers will play the Los Angeles Kings in Game 5 of their NHL Stanley Cup 2014 series on Friday, with the Rangers looking to drag the series into a Game 6. However, to do so they will have to claim a win on the road at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
The Los Angeles Kings were just a few inches away from taking Game 4 of the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Final into overtime. It would have been the third time in four games that the Kings staged a miraculous comeback in regulation. But with...Show More Summary
Matt Bomer and his White Collar co-star Tim DeKay pose in a booth at game four of the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday (June 11) in New York City. The actors were also joined at the game by Eric Stonestreet, Michael J. Fox, David Duchovny, and many more, including [...]
The Los Angeles Kings will play the New York Rangers in Game 4 of their NHL Stanley Cup 2014 series on Wednesday night. It's already win-or-go-home time for the Rangers. After throwing away good winning positions in both Games 1 and 2, they were soundly beaten by the Kings in Game 3. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Kings will go on the road to play the New York Rangers on Monday night in Game 3 of the NHL Stanley Cup 2014 Finals series. This is do-or-die time for the Rangers, and already they are basically in a must-win situation to keep their title hopes alive.
How in the puck is it possible for hockey to be a TV hit in June?
There was a break from the NBA Finals and the NHL Stanley Cup Final on Friday but there was still action on the seas on TV last night, in more ways than one. The only network with a full schedule of originals, NBC started its Friday primetime with Brian Williams Reporting: Journey To Normandy (0.9/4). Show More Summary
The New York Rangers and the Los Angeles Kings will contest Game 2 of the NHL 2014 Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night, with the Kings looking to give themselves a bigger advantage after going 1-0 up in Game 1.
The New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings kicked off the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Final with an intense Game 1 (Los Angeles won 3-2 in overtime), but all eyes have shifted to Saturday’s Game 2 from the Staples Center. With the best team...Show More Summary
Hot on the heels of a report that Apple is hoping to produce more of its own TV commercials in-house comes a new iPhone ad that debuted last night during the NHL Stanley Cup Finals. The new ad, appropriately titled "Strength", is rather...
NBC led Wednesday among broadcasters with Game 1 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals (1.7/6) in which the Los Angeles Kings turned the New York Rangers’ 2-0 lead into a 3-2 overtime loss. Even so, the game was down 29% compared to last year’s fast nationals (2.4/7 with Boston-Chicago). Show More Summary
The New York Rangers will face off against the Los Angeles Kings in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final 2014 series on Wednesday night. There has been so much hype surrounding this match up over the past week, but now finally all the talking will be done on the ice, and both teams will be desperate to get their noses in front from Game 1.
The final series of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs kicks off tomorrow, with the Los Angeles Kings facing off against the New York Rangers. And while the ice is cold, there are plenty of hot hockey players steaming things up. But which player is the sexiest of them all? Vote for your favorites in this fun faceoff game!
Los Angeles Kings right wing Justin Williams matched an NHL Stanley Cup playoffs Game 7 scoring record during Sunday's game against the Chicago Blackhawks. At the 17:22 mark of the first period, Williams scored his seventh career goal...Show More Summary
Also: The White House will propose new carbon cutting goals; more fighting is reported in Benghazi, Libya; and Los Angeles advances to the NHL Stanley Cup finals to meet New York.
Buoyed by the second and third rounds of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, the exciting conclusion to the Premier League season