Comcast SportsNet re-airing every Blackhawks playoff game

July 03, 2013|By Riley Blevins | RedEye

You fell in love with the Blackhawks. But in a blink of an eye, your too-good-to-be-true relationship with Chicago's hockey team was over.

Your heart hurts. We get it.

But thanks to Comcast SportsNet, you can cozy up in a blanket, grab a pint of ice cream and ball your eyes out as you relive every heart-stopping playoff moment of the fairy tale season that once was.

Comcast SportsNet is re-airing every Hawks playoff victory in the Western Conference quarterfinals vs. Minnesota, Western Conference semifinals vs. Detroit, Western Conference Finals vs. Los Angeles and all six games of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final series vs. the Boston Bruins.

Comcast SportsNet will televise the first of its 18 Stanley Cup Playoff game replays at 1:30 p.m. July 14 beginning with Game 1 of the Blackhawks opening round vs. Minnesota. The remaining three wins from this series will air at 4 p.m., 7 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. July 14.

It's not live, but we can pretend, right?

The complete schedule of re-airing Blackhawks playoff games is below:

Sunday, July 14
1:30 p.m. Conference Quarterfinals-Game 1: Minnesota at Blackhawks (2-1 OT win -- Bickell scores game-winner)
4 p.m. Conference Quarterfinals-Game 2: Minnesota at Blackhawks (5-2 win -- two goals from Sharp)
7 p.m. Conference Quarterfinals-Game 4: Blackhawks at Minnesota (3-0 win -- Crawford 25 big saves in shutout win, two more goals from Sharp)
10:30 p.m.
Conference Quarterfinals-Game 5: Minnesota at Blackhawks (5-1 series-clinching win -- two goals from Hossa; Sharp scores his fifth in five games)

Monday, July 15
10 a.m. Conference Semifinals-Game 1: Detroit at Blackhawks (4-1 win -- goals from Hossa, Oduya, Kruger & Sharp)
12:30 p.m. Conference Semifinals-Game 5: Detroit at Blackhawks (4-1 win -- down 3-1 in the series, Blackhawks storm back with two goals from Shaw; Bickell/Toews also score; Crawford 25 saves)
3 p.m. Conference Semifinals-Game 6: Blackhawks at Detroit (4-3 win -- down 3-1 in this game, Frolik’s penalty shot was the game-winner)
7 p.m. Conference Semifinals-Game 7: Detroit at Blackhawks (2-1 OT series-clinching win -- one of the greatest playoff series comebacks in Chicago sports history is completed by Seabrook’s blistering game/series-winning shot in OT)

Tuesday, July 16
10 a.m. Conference Finals-Game 1: Los Angeles at Blackhawks (2-1 win -- back-to-back goals from Sharp/Hossa)
12:30 p.m. Conference Finals-Game 2: Los Angeles at Blackhawks (4-2 win -- Shaw, Seabrook, Bickell & Handzus all score)
3 p.m. Conference Finals-Game 4: Blackhawks at Los Angeles (3-2 win -- down 2-1 in this game, Kane ties it late in the 2nd period, while Hossa gets the game-winner early in the 3rd)
7 p.m. Conference Finals-Game 5: Los Angeles at Blackhawks (4-3 double-OT series-clinching win -- it was “Hat Trick” Kane’s heroics once again, this time in double-OT, that sent the Blackhawks back to the Stanley Cup Final)

Wednesday, July 17
10 a.m. Stanley Cup Final-Game 1: Boston at Blackhawks (4-3 triple-OT win -- Shaw’s triple-OT game-winner; Crawford with 51 stellar saves)
12:30 p.m. Stanley Cup Final-Game 2: Boston at Blackhawks (2-1 OT loss -- Sharp’s 9th goal of the playoffs wasn’t enough as the Bruins Daniel Paille scored in OT to send the series to Boston tied at 1-1)
3 p.m. Stanley Cup Final-Game 3: Blackhawks at Boston (2-0 loss -- Boston’s Tuukka Rask with 28 stops for the win)
7 p.m. Stanley Cup Final-Game 4: Blackhawks at Boston (6-5 OT win -- Seabrook game-winning OT blast that tied this series at two games apiece)

Thursday, July 18
3 p.m. Stanley Cup Final-Game 5: Boston at Blackhawks (3-1 win -- pivotal Game 5 victory featured a pair of goals from Kane)
7 p.m. Stanley Cup Final-Game 6: Blackhawks at Boston (3-2 win…the Blackhawks are the 2013 Stanley Cup Champions
10:30 p.m. Chicago Blackhawks 2013 Stanley Cup Championship Parade & Rally

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