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Full Schedule for 2012 Stanley Cup Final

Friday, 05.25.2012 / 10:50 PM / 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs

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Full Schedule for 2012 Stanley Cup Final
The National Hockey League has announced the schedule for the 2012 Stanley Cup Final.

NEW YORK -- The National Hockey League has announced the schedule for the 2012 Stanley Cup Final.

Based on their superior regular-season point total, the New Jersey Devils will host Games 1 and 2 of the best-of-seven Final, as well as Games 5 and 7, if necessary. Games 3 and 4 -- and Game 6, if necessary -- will be hosted by the Western Conference champion Los Angeles Kings.

In the U.S., NBC will broadcast Games 1 and 2 and, if necessary, Games 5 through 7, while NBC Sports Network will telecast Games 3 and 4. In Canada, CBC and RDS will cover the entire series. All games also will be carried on Sirius XM Satellite Radio.

NHL Network, the League's 24-hour, all-access pass to the most comprehensive hockey coverage, will feature special programming surrounding the Stanley Cup Final. NHL.com will continue to provide extensive digital coverage.

2012 STANLEY CUP FINAL
Series O Time (ET) #6 vs. #8 Networks
WED, MAY 30, 2012 8 pm LOS ANGELES KINGS AT NEW JERSEY DEVILS NBC, CBC, RDS
SAT, JUNE 2, 2012 8 pm LOS ANGELES KINGS AT NEW JERSEY DEVILS NBC, CBC, RDS
MON, JUNE 4, 2012 8 pm NEW JERSEY DEVILS AT LOS ANGELES KINGS NBCSN, CBC, RDS
WED, JUNE 6, 2012 8 pm NEW JERSEY DEVILS AT LOS ANGELES KINGS NBCSN, CBC, RDS
*SAT, JUNE 9, 2012 8 pm LOS ANGELES KINGS AT NEW JERSEY DEVILS NBC, CBC, RDS
*MON, JUNE 11, 2012 8 pm NEW JERSEY DEVILS AT LOS ANGELES KINGS NBC, CBC, RDS
*WED, JUNE 13, 2012 8 pm LOS ANGELES KINGS AT NEW JERSEY DEVILS NBC, CBC, RDS
*if necessary      

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