Coyotes vs. Blackhawks Game 2: Start Time, TV Schedule And More

The Phoenix Coyotes are coming off a thrilling overtime victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday night, and the club desperately wants to take a 2-0 advantage into Chicago next week. Very seldom to teams relinquish their lead in the series when sweeping at home, something the Coyotes are well aware of. So when is the second game of this series set to begin? Here are all the details.

Start Time: The puck is set to drop around 7 p.m. from Phoenix, which is 9 p.m. in the Chicago area. The start may be delayed a few minutes because, well, playoff games aren't always punctual with their start times.

TV Coverage: The game will be telecast live on NBC Sports Network. For those with DirecTV, that's channels 603 and 604. DISH customers will have it on channel 151. If you have cable, you'll need to check with your provider for coverage.

Radio: Those in the Phoenix area can find the game on XTRA Sports 910 AM.

Team Sites: Coyotes fans should check out Five For Howling. Blackhawks fans can head over to Second City Hockey.

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