The NHL’s annual Stanley Cup Final is Sunday at 8 p.m.
ET (10 p.a.m., PT).
This year’s final will be played on NBC Sports Network, which includes all regular-season games, as well as NHL Network, as part of NBC’s multi-channel broadcast schedule.
Here are some things to know about the Stanley Cups and the NHL playoffs, according to The Hockey Press:The NHL playoffs will take place in the United States for the first time in 20 years.
This is the first postseason in which the playoffs will be held on home ice and the first to be played in Los Angeles.
The Stanley Cup is the league’s most valuable trophy, and the league has a stake in its success.
The winner of the Stanley Finals will receive $250,000, plus $100,000 in broadcast revenue, a new trophy.
The NHL will host a broadcast of the final, with the NHL Network on NBCSN and NBC Sports Live Extra on NBC.
NBC will also broadcast the Stanley Final on Monday and Wednesday nights.
All of this coverage will be available on NBCSports.com, the NBC Sports app and the NBC SPORTS app for Android devices.
NBC Sports Group also plans to have all Stanley Cup coverage on the NBCSports app and on mobile devices, including NHL LIVE.
NBC also will broadcast the semifinals and championship games, and NBC will simulcast the Stanley Semifinals and Championship Game on NBC, as will the NHL and NHL Network.
The playoffs are being played in a new, expanded home arena in Staples Center, Calif.
This will be the first NHL stadium that will not be owned by a team and will be part of a new joint venture between Comcast and the Los Angeles Kings.