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Blues vs. Wild game 1 how to watch: Streaming, network, radio coverage

Puck drop is at 8:30 - here’s how to see it.

St Louis Blues v Minnesota Wild Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

NBC Sports is trying something new in playoff markets this year for round one. They will air their national broadcast team (for the Blues that’s Brian Boucher on analysis and John Forslund on play-by-play), while the local channels will air their own broadcast. This year you’ll be able to choose between NBCSN’s coverage and Fox Sports Midwest’s coverage for games not airing on NBC.

Tonight’s puck drop is at a late 8:30. You can tune in to your TV station of choice, KMOX 1150 AM (the Cards game is an afternoon one), or you can view the game on one of NBCSN’s myriad of streaming options (cable log-in required) - you can log into the Live Extra app on your tablet, phone, or through the Live Extra website on NBC Sports’ website.

If the Rangers/Canadiens game goes over its scheduled time, expect the Blues/Wild game to begin on either the NHL Network or possibly CNBC.