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2014 NHL playoffs Kings vs Blackhawks live stream, TV coverage & Game 7 odds

Game 7 between the Blackhawks and Kings is tonight.
Game 7 between the Blackhawks and Kings is tonight.
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The 2014 NHL playoff live stream and TV coverage for the NHL Western Conference finals will conclude Sunday night when the LA Kings and Chicago Blackhawks battle it out in a winner take all Game 7 from the Windy City. With a Stanley Cup berth on the line, this Game 7 NHL live streaming action should be one of the best playoff games so far this postseason.

According to a Sportsline report on June 1, Chicago won Game 6 two nights ago in Southern California by the final of 4-3, forcing tonight's Game 7. Patrick Kane was a one man wrecking crew for the Blackhawks. Kane scored two goals and assisted on another to help keep Chicago's hopes for back-to-back championships alive.

The Blackhawks have the home ice advantage for tonight's big Game 7, but LA seems to have the magic touch in every Game 7 they play. Obviously something has to give tonight. The Kings are 6-0 in elimination games this year, while Chicago has won nine of their past 11 elimination games. The Kings may be on the road, but Drew Doughty believes LA can still pull off the Game 7 win.

''We know that we can still beat this Chicago Blackhawks team,'' Doughty said. ''But we also know it's not going to be easy either. They're going to have their best game in this Game 7, especially in their home rink.''

These two teams know how it feels to win a Stanley Cup. The Kings won the trophy in 2012, while the Hawks are the 2013 and defending champs. Yes, this should be one heck of a game! Both teams have already proven they can win on the road in this series, but being at home should give the Hawks the advantage.

Las Vegas odds makers have the Blackhawks as the favorite at -150 with the over/under total at 5. Fans can catch this big Game 7 on NBC Sports Network nationally and streaming live online through NBC Sports Extra. The puck is scheduled to drop at 8 p.m. ET. Blackhawks or Kings? Who is your pick?

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