Like the Chicago Blackhawks, thousands of Boston area residents who don’t subscribe to a cable television service were also shut out of Monday night’s Stanley Cup Finals game.
Games two and three were shown on NBC Sports Network, a channel available only through a cable or satellite subscription. But for the rest of the series, the games will be shown on NBC, which can be picked up without cable service.
“If you’re in Boston, and you turn your TV to Channel 7, you will be able to see it,” said Jake Wright, who works on WHDH’s assignment desk.
Game 4 is scheduled for Wednesday night in Boston, with the Bruins leading the series 2-1.