How and where to watch or listen to the Abbotsford Canucks’ playoff games
7 months ago
If you’re like us, you’re fired up for the Abbotsford Canucks’ Calder Cup Playoff games.
Abbotsford enters the playoffs with home ice advantage following a regular season record of 40-25-3-4, which was good enough to finish fourth place in the AHL’s Pacific Division. They’ve got the AHL’s best defenceman Christian Wolanin back on their blueline, and a solid goaltending tandem of Arturs Silovs and Spencer Martin between the pipes.
The atmosphere is sure to be electric all series long as Abbotsford will host every game required in the best of three series. Game 1 goes tonight at 7 PM, Game 2 on Friday, and Game 3, if necessary, will go down on Sunday. If you can’t make the drive out to Abbotsford but still want to watch the likes of Danila Klimovich, Linus Karlsson, Aatu Räty, Nils Höglander, Arshdeep Bains, and more, you can watch the games by subscribing to AHL.TV and listen to them for free on Mixlr!
For the audio-only feed on Mixlr, click here. If you want to watch it, you essentially have two options when it comes to the AHL playoffs. Additionally, the game’s audio feed will be broadcasted on Sportsnet 650 AM, the Canucks announced late this afternoon.
If you just want to watch tonight’s game — and every other AHL playoff game that takes place today — you can buy a single day AHL.TV package for $8.99 USD. If you’d like access to the entire Calder Cup Playoffs, you can get the full package for $29.99! Click here for AHL.TV options.
Of course, if you choose not to purchase a streaming package or listen to the game, we’ll still have you covered with our usual wall-to-wall coverage of the Abbotsford Canucks.
Earlier today, Faber listed 19 things you should know ahead of the Canucks’ round one matchup with the Bakersfield Condors, and if you haven’t already, you can read that article by clicking here. In addition, Cody Severtson threw out seven questions for seven players heading into the playoffs, which you can read by clicking here.
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