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2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs, 6/6: Start times, how to watch & open thread

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Nathan MacKinnon #29 of the Colorado Avalanche gets his stick caught in the skate of Max Pacioretty #67 of the Vegas Golden Knights as MacKinnon carried the puck against Shea Theodore #27 and Nick Holden #22 of the Golden Knights in the third period in Game Three of the Second Round of the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs at T-Mobile Arena on June 4, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Golden Knights defeated the Avalanche 3-2. Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

North Division Second Round

3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET — Winnipeg Jets at Montreal Canadiens
Game 3, Canadiens lead 2-0
NBCSN, SN, TVAS

If I’m being honest, this series is just two games in and it’s a slog. Not helping the matter was Game 2, where Carey Price shutout the Winnipeg Jets, while Connor Hellebuyck only allowed one goal on 24 shots. The Montreal Canadiens have unexpected pulled out a two-game lead and now the series moves to Montreal.

Both of these teams have elite goaltending, but if Winnipeg can’t find their scoring touch, the sweepers just might get swept.

West Division Second Round

5:30 p.m. PT/8:30 p.m. ET — Colorado Avalanche at Vegas Golden Knights
Game 4, Avalanche lead 2-1
NBCSN, SN, TVAS

The Colorado Avalanche had a rare stumble, dropping Game 3 to the Vegas Golden Knights on Friday. Two Vegas goals over a period of just 45 seconds in the third period sent Vegas home with their first victory of the series.

The 3-2 win was close, though, with the Avs gaining a 2-1 lead early in the third, and hanging on until the final five minutes, nearly eking out a win despite their faults. But Colorado didn’t test Marc-Andre Fleury to their full extent, putting up just 20 shots compared to Vegas’ 43. If Vegas continues to dominate the shot clock, there may be more games like that in Colorado’s future.