FOX Sports Tennessee, FOX Sports Southeast, FOX Sports GO to continue coverage of Predators vs. Stars series for Stanley Cup Playoffs
NASHVILLE –- FOX Sports Southeast will televise Predators LIVE Playoffs Edition on Saturday, April 20, immediately following Game 5 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs between the Nashville Predators and Dallas Stars. Hosted by Lyndsay Rowley (@LyndsayRowley), Predators LIVE will have full coverage of the official postgame press conference. The show will also feature exclusive game reaction and analysis from Chris Mason (@cmace30), Terry Crisp (@ZenofTerryCrisp), and Willy Daunic (@WillyD1025), and include player and coach interviews from Kara Hammer (@KaraHammer). Channel listings for Predators LIVE on FOX Sports Southeast can be found here.
The full broadcast crew will be back on FOX Sports Tennessee on Monday, April 22, to deliver Game 6 of Predators-Stars series. Daunic and Mason will call the game with Hammer as rinkside reporter, and Predators LIVE will be hosted by Rowley and Crisp (game time to be announced prior to Monday). Channel listings for Game 6 on FOX Sports Tennessee can be found here.
Both Predators LIVE and Predators vs. Stars Game 6 can be streamed 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 Southeast — FOX Sports GO
First Round – 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs
|Game 5||Sat. 4/20||vs. Stars||N/A||2 p.m. CT (NBC)||
Immediately Following Game 5 (FSSE/FSGO)
|Game 6||Mon. 4/22||at Stars||Time TBD (FSTN/FSGO)||Time TBD (FSTN/FSGO)||Time TBD (FSTN/FSGO)|
|Game 7*||Wed. 4/24||vs. Stars||Time TBD (FSTN/FSGO)||Time TBD (FSTN/FSGO)||Time TBD (FSTN/FSGO)|
*If necessary || Television schedule subject to change
About FOX Sports Tennessee & FOX Sports Southeast
The FOX Sports regional networks serving the Southeast – FOX Sports South, FOX Sports Carolinas, FOX Sports Tennessee and FOX Sports Southeast – collectively reach nearly 11 million households across seven states. They are the television home of the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta United, Carolina Hurricanes, Charlotte Hornets, Memphis Grizzlies, Nashville Predators, Cincinnati Reds, Indiana Pacers, New Orleans Pelicans, St. Louis Cardinals, Bundesliga, Atlantic Coast Conference, Big 12 Conference and Big East Conference. Combined, the networks televise nearly 3000 live events and studio shows annually.
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.