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Predators-Canucks Game 1 NHL playoffs channel, time, TV schedule, streaming

The Nashville Predators open the NHL playoffs on Sunday with Game 1 against the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena.

Nashville’s torrid stretch in February and March produced a 99-point season, capping an up-and-down first half of the season. In that first half of the season, Vancouver won the regular season series against the Preds in three games in October and December.

The Canucks (50-23-9) won the Pacific Division after a torrid start to the regular season. Like the Predators, the main production came from four players, three forwards and a defenseman. JT Miller had a 103-point season, with Elias Petterson and Brock Boeser posting standout seasons. Quinn Hughes is one of hockey’s best young defensemen, totaling 92 points and playing every regular season game.

Here’s how to watch Game 1 between the Predators and Canucks on Sunday:

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  • TV channel: Bally Sports South locally, ESPN nationally
  • Current: Bally Sports App, FUBO (Free Trial)

Streaming options for the game include FUBO, which offers a free trial to potential subscribers.

  • Date: Sunday April 21
  • Time: 9pm CT

The Predators face the Vancouver Canucks, with puck drop scheduled for Sunday at 9:00 PM CT at Rogers Arena.

Odds courtesy of BetMGM from Saturday April 20

  • Puck line: Predators +1.5 at -200, Canucks -1.5 at +165
  • Total: 5.5 goals
  • Moneyline: Predators +120, Canucks -145

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Game 1: Nashville in Vancouver; 9pm CT, Sunday, April 21 on ESPN and Bally Sports South

Game 2: Nashville in Vancouver; 9pm CT, Tuesday, April 23 on ESPN2 and Bally Sports South

Game 3: Vancouver-Nashville; 6:30pm CT, Friday, April 26 on TBS and Bally Sports South

Game 4: Vancouver-Nashville; 4pm CT, Sunday, April 28 on TBS, truTV and Bally Sports South

Game 5 (if necessary): Nashville in Vancouver; To be determined on Tuesday April 30

Game 6 (if necessary): Vancouver-Nashville; To be determined on Friday, May 3

Game 7 (if necessary): Nashville in Vancouver; To be determined on Sunday, May 5

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