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The 2022 Stanley Cup Finals between Tampa Bay and Colorado began June 15.
ABC is broadcasting every game of the finals, and simulcasts are available on ESPN3.
If you don’t have cable, you can also stream the finals on ESPN+ ($7/month).
The 2022 Stanley Cup Finals began on June 15 with the Colorado Avalanche facing off against the Tampa Bay Lightning. The entire series is being broadcast live on ABC, with a simulcast on ESPN3. Additionally, you can stream every game on ESPN+.
The Avalanche currently have a 2-1 series lead over the Tampa Bay Lightning going into game four on June 22. After taking the first game in overtime, the Colorado Avalanche also won game two in a shutout. Meanwhile, Tampa Bay snagged a win in game three.
The Lightning entered the series as the defending champions looking for a three-peat, as the team won the Stanley Cup the past two seasons. The Avalanche haven’t reached the finals since the 2000-01 season, when they took home the title. However, as the top seed in the Western Conference this year, the Avalanche entered the postseason heavily favored to win it all.
How to watch the 2022 Stanley Cup Finals
You can watch the Stanley Cup Finals on ABC, ESPN3, and ESPN+. Check out our full schedule breakdown for specific game times.
ABC is included with most cable providers and you can access the network for free with a broadcast antenna in many areas. If you subscribe to cable, you can also watch the games online through ABC.com or the ABC app with your pay-TV account info.
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