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NHL Playoffs 2016: Where to watch day three action

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Another full day of action gets going at 4 p.m. PST.

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Game 1: Detroit (0-1) vs. Tampa Bay (1-0)

When: 4 p.m., PST

TV: CNBC

Stream: Live Extra

Why you should watch: Tampa held off the Wings in the first game to take a series lead and would really put itself in the driver's seat with a win tonight.

Game 2: New York Islanders (1-0) vs. Florida (0-1)

When: 4:30 p.m., PST

TV: NHL Network

Stream: You're out of luck.

Why you should watch: A back-to-back in the playoffs should never happen — but here we are. New York picked up the win last night in an offense-heavy affair but were badly outshot by Florida. If you like goals, this seems like the series for you.

Game 3: Chicago (0-1) vs. St. Louis (1-0)

When: 5 p.m. PST

TV: NBC Sports

Stream: Live Extra

Why you should watch: St. Louis got an immense goaltending performance from Brian Elliott and won in overtime. This figures to be a lengthy series — and despite the lack of goals in game one it was still quite entertaining. Plus, you might get to see the Blackhawks lose. I'm into that.

Game 4: Nashville vs. Anaheim

When: 7:30 p.m., PST

TV: NBC Sports

Stream: Live Extra

Why you should watch: Because you hate the Ducks and...well, it'll be the only game on at this point, so why not?