Blackhawks vs. Ducks 2015: Start time, lineups, how to watch Game 1
The first game of the Western Conference Final is here. Here's how to catch the action live.
The Chicago Blackhawks and Anaheim Ducks face off in Game 1 of the 2015 Western Conference Final on Sunday afternoon at the Honda Center. It's an anticipated matchup between two top teams that have never met in the playoffs before, and should be an exciting series after both teams avoided major issues in the first two rounds.
Now the stage is set for one team to advance to the Stanley Cup Final, and they'll begin sorting out who that is Sunday. For now, we just know that both teams (and their fan bases) are rolling in with high confidence, and someone is going to be disappointed when the series plays out. Projected lines for both teams are below.
The starting goaltenders are Corey Crawford and Frederik Andersen.
The game is being broadcast nationally by NBC in the United States and by TVA and CBC in Canada. Here's the rest of the information on how to catch the game this afternoon.
How to watch
Time: 2 p.m. CT
Place: Honda Center, Anaheim, Calif.
TV: NBC (U.S.); CBC, TVA (Canada)
Streaming: NBC Sports Live Extra
Radio: WGN-720 (Chicago)