The Vancouver Canucks are in firm control of the Stanley Cup Finals and have a chance to all but end it on Monday night as they battle the Boston Bruins in Game 3 at TD Garden Arena. The Canucks were clutch in the first two games, scoring the game-winner with 18.5 seconds to go in the first game and downing the Bruins just 11 seconds into the overtime frame on Saturday to secure the Game 3 win. The series heads to Boston for Game 3 and Game 4, and Vancouver smells blood in the water.
Here's a look at the relevant information for Monday's matchup.
Previews: Get settled in ahead of Game 3 with a little reading to get caught up on all the happenings. Alex Burrows has been the instigator in the Stanley Cup Finals thus far, and we took a look at his role. SB Nation also has its StoryStream for Game 3 and will be covering all the angles. Nucks Misconduct has the Canucks' slant, as always.
Start time: There's something to be said about consistency and the NHL copied and pasted the start times across the board in the Stanley Cup Finals. Monday's game will start at the same time as the first two: 5 p.m. here on the West Coast. At this point, we should be sufficiently programmed.
Broadcast information: After two games on NBC, we probably felt a little spoiled by the wall-to-wall NHL coverage. On Monday, we're brought back down to Earth as Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals is banished to Versus. Sadly, it's back to cable TV as NBC sits vacant, playing re-runs of game shows instead. In Seattle, you can also find Game 3 on CBUT, if coverage from our Canadian friends is your thing.
For more on the game, stay with Stanley Cup Finals Game 3 StoryStream. Head on over to Nucks Misconduct to connect with Vancouver fans and discuss the game.