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St. Louis Blues vs. Colorado Avalanche Game 2 LIVE STREAM (5/19/22): Watch NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 2 online | Time, TV, channel


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The Colorado Avalanche, led by Mikko Rantanen, face the St. Louis Blues, led by Vladimir Tarasenko, in Game 2 of their NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs second round series on Thursday, May 19, 2022 (5/19/22) at the Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado.


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Here is what you need to know:

What: NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, Round 2, Game 2


Who: Avalanche vs. Blues


When: Thursday, May 19, 2022


Where: Ball Arena


Time: 9:30 p.m. ET


TV: TNT


Channel finder: Verizon Fios, DirectTV Stream, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice,Cox,DIRECTV,Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.


Live stream: Sling


More hockey news, courtesy of the Associated Press:


Brendan Shanahan got his housekeeping out of the way quickly.


In the wake of another playoff failure, the president of the Toronto Maple Leafs told reporters at the team’s annual post-elimination media availability — once again far earlier on the calendar than anyone associated with the organization hoped — that general manager Kyle Dubas and head coach Sheldon Keefe would keep their jobs.


“Extremely disappointed,” Shanahan stated in his opening remarks Tuesday. “We’re not going to make any excuses.


“That being said, we will not be making changes just simply for the sake of saying that we made changes.”


There’s no doubt the Leafs played better in their 2022 first-round series against the Tampa Bay Lightning than in previous postseason showings that also ended in heartbreak.


The bar was also low.


Toronto had the two-time defending Stanley Cup champions on the ropes with two shots to advance this spring. Unlike last May’s collapse against the Montreal Canadiens or consecutive losses to the Boston Bruins in 2018 and 2019, the moment didn’t appear too big for a group, fairly or unfairly, shouldering the burden of past defeats.


But in the end, the result was the same in Game 7 for an Original Six franchise that hasn’t advanced in the playoffs since 2004 — now the NHL’s longest active streak — or hoisted the Stanley Cup in 55 years.

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