FOX Sports Tennessee and FOX Sports GO to televise Game 6 of Predators’ first-round series

Mattias Ekholm (14), Pekka Rinne (35) and the Predators will look to send the series back to Nashville for a decisive Game 7.
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NASHVILLE — FOX Sports Tennessee and FOX Sports GO will televise Game 6 of the First Round of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs with the Nashville Predators at Dallas Stars on Monday, April 22. Coverage will begin at 7:00 p.m. CT with Predators LIVE Playoffs Edition. Channel listings can be found here.

Play-by-play announcer Willy Daunic (@WillyD1025) and analyst Chris Mason (@cmace30) will call the game with rinkside reporter Kara Hammer (@KaraHammer). Lyndsay Rowley (@LyndsayRowley) will host Predators LIVE alongside analyst Terry Crisp (@ZenofTerryCrisp) before and after the game.

Predators postseason programming on the network will also stream live via the free FOX Sports GO app for all subscribers of participating video providers. For more information, visit FOXSportsGO.com.

Nashville Predators on FOX Sports Tennessee & FOX Sports GO
First Round – 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs

GAME DATE OPPONENT PREGAME GAME POSTGAME
Game 6 Mon. 4/22 at Stars 7 p.m. CT (FSTN/FSGO) 7:30 p.m. CT (FSTN/FSGO) 10 p.m. CT (FSTN/FSGO)
Game 7* Wed. 4/24 vs. Stars TBD (FSTN/FSGO) TBD (FSTN/FSGO)  TBD (FSTN/FSGO)

*If necessary || Television schedule subject to change

About Nashville Predators on FOX Sports Tennessee
FOX Sports Tennessee is the exclusive regional broadcaster of the Nashville Predators, televising 70 games during the 2018-19 NHL regular season to 7 million households across Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Nashville Predators postseason content from the network is available on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

About the Nashville Predators
The Nashville Predators became the National Hockey League’s 27th team on May 4, 1998, and have evolved from a young expansion franchise into a staple of the Middle Tennessee community in the 19 years since. The team strives each season to reach its One Goal: becoming a Stanley Cup Champion hockey team while making Bridgestone Arena the number one sports and entertainment venue in the United States. With One Goal in mind, the team saw its greatest successes in team history when they made it to Game 6 of the 2017 Stanley Cup Final and were named the 2018 Central Division, regular-season Western Conference & Presidents’ Trophy winners last season.