Stanley Cup Final 2022: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Colorado Avalanche - How, When & Where to Watch the 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Final LIVE on ABC

Stanley Cup Final 2022: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Colorado Avalanche - How, When & Where to Watch the 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Final LIVE on ABC

When are the NHL Stanley Cup Final 2022 games? Where can I watch the Stanley Cup Final? Maybe you're just wondering how to watch the Stanley Cup Final 2022? You've come to the right place. We have the NHL Stanley Cup Final schedule between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Colorado Avalanche right here. Watch the Stanley Cup Final livestream online and on ABC and the ABC app as the quest for the Cup continues with Game 6 on Sunday, June 26, 2022 @ 8e/7c/5p. The Stanley Cup Final will air LIVE on ABC. In what's sure to be another thrilling battle between two of the NHL's elite teams, you can watch every moment live on the ABC app from your smartphone and tablet (iOS and Android), computer on and connected devices (Roku, AppleTV and Amazon Fire TV). Just sign in, select your TV provider and WATCH! Go to the menu and select "LIVE" to sign in, select your TV provider and WATCH! SIGN IN NOW to WATCH the Stanley Cup Final Online and all the action come face-off! The 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Final LIVE* on ABC ends when there's one team left standing on the ice. See the full schedule below:

Game 1: Colorado Avalanche 4, Tampa Bay Lighting 3 Final/OT

Game 2: Colorado Avalanche 7, Tampa Bay Lightning 0

Game 3: Tampa Bay Lightning 6, Colorado Avalanche 2

Game 4: Colorado Avalanche 3, Tampa Bay Lightning 2 Final/OT

Game 5: Tampa Bay Lightning 3, Colorado Avalanche 2 (Colorado leads series 3-2)

Game 6: Colorado Avalanche @ Tampa Bay Lightning - Sunday, June 26 8e/7c/5p

Game 7: Tampa Bay Lightning @ Colorado Avalanche - Tuesday, June 28 8e/7c/5p (if necessary)

The puck drops in June for the 2022 Stanley Cup Final presented by GEICO featuring the Tampa Bay Lightning at Colorado Avalanche. Each Stanley Cup Final game is available on ABC, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes and the ESPN App. In addition, a special alternate presentation of the game – Ice Cast – will give fans a view of the matchup from above the ice and provide added player and team stats.

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The Colorado Avalanche welcomes the two-time defending Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning in what will be the first Stanley Cup Final game in Denver since 2001, when current Avalanche General Manager Joe Sakic led the Avs to their second Stanley Cup. The Avalanche finished the 2022 regular season with 119 points (56-23-8) and are coming off a four-game sweep of the Edmonton Oilers in the Western Conference Final and Nashville Predators in the first round. The Avalanche won both regular season games against the Lightning, with Nathan MacKinnon and Gabriel Landeskog each scoring three points in the matchups.  

The Lightning enter the Final with 11 consecutive series wins and look to become just the sixth team in NHL history and first since 1983 to win three straight Stanley Cup titles. Making their fifth Stanley Cup appearance in franchise history, the Lightning surpass the Pittsburgh Penguins for the most appearances among NHL clubs since 2004 and can become the first franchise since the Penguins to win four Cups in their first five appearances. The Lightning finished the regular season with 110 points (51-23-8). Nikita Kucherov enters the 2022 Stanley Cup Final with a team-leading 23 points, two shy of joining an elite list of NHL players who have reached the 25-point mark in three straight playoff years. The Lightning forward has accumulated a combined total of 89 playoff points since 2020. The only players in NHL history that recorded more over a span of three years are legends Gretzky (five times; most recently: 99 from 1987-1989) and Mario Lemieux (96 from 1991-1993).

Sean McDonough will be on the call with analysts Ray Ferraro and Brian Boucher, along with Emily Kaplan reporting from Ball Arena in Denver and Amalie Arena from Tampa Bay. As a lead-in to all Stanley Cup Final games, Steve Levy, Mark Messier, Chris Chelios and Brian Boucher will preview the upcoming action from onsite during the Stanley Cup Final Preview Presented by Verizon at 7:30 p.m. EDT on ESPN+. Additionally, that same lineup of analysts will provide preview coverage to the 6 p.m. "SportsCenter" on ESPN and continue to offer analysis during intermissions and postgame.

ESPN's NHL-focused studio show, "The Point," will be produced from Denver for Game 1 and airs daily on ESPN2 and ESPN+. New episodes of "In The Crease" stream exclusively on ESPN+ each game day, immediately following the conclusion of each Final game, with in-depth analysis, interviews, highlights and more.  

The commentator and telecast information for each game is detailed below. Commentator assignments and coverage details for the Stanley Cup Final beyond Game 4 – if necessary – will be announced in the coming days. All Stanley Cup Final games will also be available for replay on ESPN+.

* The ABC live stream requires a participating TV provider account. Show and episode availability are subject to change.

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