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Penguins Playoff Schedule vs. New York Rangers; How to Watch

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Pittsburgh Penguins vs. New York Rangers game

The NHL announced the Round One schedule in the wee hours Saturday morning as they set the final seeds for the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs. Pittsburgh Penguins fans will be able to grab a slice of New York pizza or hit Mulberry St. to grab a cannoli (leave the gun) for the Penguins’ battle with the New York Rangers.

The Penguins secured third place in the Metro Division with their 5-3 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Friday at PPG Paints Arena. They relegated arch-rival Washington Capitals to the second wild card and a date with the buzzsaw known as the Florida Panthers.

Round One, Game 1 will be Tuesday at Madison Square Garden. All of the games (unfortunately?) will be broadcast on the league’s national partners.

UPDATE: The Penguins announced the games will also be available on AT&T Sports, “The entirety of Round One will be broadcast locally on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh and carried by 105.9 The X on the Penguins Radio Network.”

Pittsburgh Penguins Round One Schedule:

Game 1: Tuesday, May 3. Madison Square Garden. 7 p.m. (ESPN, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

Game 2: Thursday, May 5. Madison Square Garden 7 p.m. (TNT, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

Game 3: Saturday, May 7. PPG Paints Arena 7 p.m. (TNT, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

Game 4: Monday, May 9. PPG Paints Arena 7 p.m. (ESPN, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports)

Game 5: Wednesday, May 11. TBD

Game 6: Friday, May 13. TBD

Game 7: Sunday, May 15, TBD

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Pittsburgh Hockey Now Editor-in-Chief, formerly 93.7 The Fan, Sportsnet Hockey Tonight, NHL Home Ice. Catch Dan tweeting @theDanKingerski and the official @pghhockeynow account.

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David
David
7 months ago

Not looking forward to the announcers from the networks.

Ethan
Ethan
7 months ago
Reply to  David

Agree with you David. Last time I watched regular ESPN broadcast it was one guy play-by-play and two gals doing color, followed by the 2nd game which was the exact same set up. So 2 games, 6 commentators, and zero NHL experience. (You expect that from play-by-play but not color). The only thing I enjoy from TNT–is Chelios and Messier during intermission. Steve Levy has been at it for a long time, and so has Linda Cohn so they are o.k.as well. Seems hockey is becoming more about social experiments and format tweaks than bringing solid coverage. Whatever that thing… Read more »

Ed Andrews
Ed Andrews
7 months ago
Reply to  Ethan

TNT is awful, i like Espn+ with Bob Erry, this house is split as i live in Tampa so between Lightning and Pens in my house

Ethan
Ethan
7 months ago
Reply to  Ed Andrews

Nice! By my rough math memory that is 4 Cup celebrations in 6 seasons or so at your home. Let’s hope it is 5 and the Pens folks are celebrating come June. Also seems like maybe games will be on ESPN+ or ATT&T as per below.

DaGama
DaGama
7 months ago

Weird, at the end of last nights telecast, Steve Mears said all first round games would be available on AT&T. Guess that changed?

Pete Hoffman
Pete Hoffman
7 months ago

Lets Go Pens! Would love for them to bring their best game.

Ujn Hunter
7 months ago

This better not mean I get blacked out from MSG…