In case you missed a game, watch all 16 Blackhawks playoff wins

SHARE In case you missed a game, watch all 16 Blackhawks playoff wins

Beginning July 12, the Comcast Sports Network will televise all 16 Blackhawks playoff wins from the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs.

If you don’t like watching the Blackhawks lose, it’s ok because Comcast won’t show any of those games from July 12-16. On July 16, Comcast will play Game 1, 4, 5 and 6 of the Stanley Cup Final before showing the replay of the parade.

Here’s the schedule:

Sunday, July 12 7:00 PM – Round 1/Game 1: Blackhawks at Nashville (4-3 double-OT win — Blackhawks erase three-goal first period deficit; eventual Conn Smythe Trophy winner Keith scores game-winner) 11:00 PM – Round 1/Game 3: Nashville at Blackhawks (4-2 win — Darling starts in net for first time in career; Toews w/goal & assist in victory) Monday, July 13 2:00 PM – Round 1/Game 4: Nashville at Blackhawks (3-2 triple-OT win — Darling w/50 saves; Seabrook scores thrilling game-winner) 7:00 PM – Round 1/Game 6: Nashville at Blackhawks (4-3 series-clinching win — Keith scores game-winner late in third period) Tuesday, July 14 1:30 PM – Round 2/Game 1: Minnesota at Blackhawks (4-3 win — Wild erase three goal deficit, but Teravainen scores game-winner late in second period to cap win) 3:30 PM – Round 2/Game 2: Minnesota at Blackhawks (4-1 win — Kane w/two goals; Crawford 30 saves) 7:00 PM – Round 2/Game 3: Blackhawks at Minnesota (1-0 win — Crawford w/30 saves in shutout win; Kane scores) 11:00 PM – Round 2/Game 4: Blackhawks at Minnesota (4-3 series-clinching win — Seabrook, Shaw, Kane, Hossa score; Blackhawks hold off late third period flurry by Wild) Wednesday, July 15 12:30 PM – Western Conference Final/Game 2: Blackhawks at Anaheim (3-2 triple-OT win — longest game in Blackhawks franchise history; Crawford w/60 saves; Kruger scores game-winner) 4:00 PM – Western Conference Final/Game 4: Anaheim at Blackhawks (5-4 double-OT win — six total third period goals, three each by Blackhawks & Ducks; Vermette scores game-winner) 9:30 PM – Western Conference Final/Game 6: Anaheim at Blackhawks (5-2 win — Blackhawks force a Game 7 thanks to three, key assists from Keith; Kane w/goal & assist in second period) 11:30 PM – Western Conference Final/Game 7: Blackhawks at Anaheim (5-2 series-clinching win — Blackhawks head back to Stanley Cup Final thanks to two first period goals from Toews; Kane w/three assists) Thursday, July 16 12 NOON – Stanley Cup Final/Game 1: Blackhawks at Tampa Bay (2-1 win — Teravainen w/game-tying goal in third period and notches assist on Vermette’s game-winner) 2:15 PM – Stanley Cup Final/Game 4: Tampa Bay at Blackhawks (2-1 win — Crawford w/24 key saves; Saad scores game-winner in third period) 4:30 PM – Stanley Cup Final/Game 5: Blackhawks at Tampa Bay (2-1 win — pivotal Game 5 victory featured Vermette’s game-winner early in third period; stellar defensive showcase for Hjalmarsson; Crawford w/31 big saves) 6:45 PM – Stanley Cup Final/Game 6: Tampa Bay at Blackhawks (2-0 Stanley Cup Championship-clinching shutout win!…first time Blackhawks win title at home since 1938!…Keith wins Conn Smythe Trophy as Playoff MVP! Highlighted by goals via Keith and Kane, along with 25 saves for Crawford, Blackhawks earn their third Stanley Cup title in just six years!) 9:00 PM – Chicago Blackhawks 2015 Stanley Cup Championship Parade & Rally (replay of Comcast SportsNet’s acclaimed, behind-the-scenes coverage of the historic downtown parade celebration on the streets of downtown Chicago and rally at Soldier Field)

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