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Sharks vs. Blues Western Conference Final schedule

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Please, don’t make me go through another Game 7.

Tomas Hertl of the San Jose Sharks celebrates after they defeated the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 in Game Seven of the Western Conference Second Round during the 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at SAP Center on May 8, 2019 in San Jose, California. Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

Western Conference Final, here we come.

This is the first time that the San Jose Sharks have been back to the Conference Final since 2016, where they faced ... the St. Louis Blues, winning the series in six games to make their first ever Stanley Cup Final appearance. The Blues had home ice in that series, during the year of San Jose’s “road ice advantage.” The Sharks took two of three games at Enterprise Center that series.

This year, the Sharks have home ice and will open the series on Saturday night at SAP center.

The Sharks have played the Blues three times this season, with one overtime win, one regulation win and one regulation loss. The latter two games were both 4-0 shutouts where the home team won and both also took place in November, when the Blues appeared to be plummeting toward a lottery pick, not the postseason.

But things have changed for St. Louis since January. The one time these teams saw each other after the Blues’ overhaul, the Sharks pulled out a 3-2 overtime win. If that game is any indication, we could be in for another long series.

Here’s the full schedule:

Western Conference Final Schedule

Date Day Time Broadcast Location
Date Day Time Broadcast Location
May 11 Saturday 5:00 PT/8:00 ET NBC SAP Center
May 13 Monday 6:00 PT/9:00 ET NBCSN SAP Center
May 15 Wednesday 5:00 PT/8:00 ET NBCSN Enterprise Center
May 17 Friday 5:00 PT/8:00 ET NBCSN Enterprise Center
May 19 Sunday 12:00 PT/3:00 ET NBC SAP Center
May 21 Tuesday 5:00 PT/8:00 ET NBCSN Enterprise Center
May 23 Thursday 6:00 PT/9:00 ET NBCSN SAP Center

If you miss hockey every other night, the Boston Bruins face off against the Carolina Hurricanes on the Sharks’ days off, starting tonight.