Full 2024 Stanley Cup Finals Schedule: Dates, Times & Channel

How to watch the 2024 Stanley Cup Final beginning Saturday night in Florida
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It's the most wonderful time of year. The Stanley Cup Final begins this weekend down in Sunrise, Florida as the Panthers will take on the Edmonton Oilers. It's a best four out of seven and we've got the complete schedule including how to stream the game here.

Schedule per the NHL

Game 1 Oilers at Panthers Saturday June 8, 8 p.m.

Wow what an opening to the Stanley Cup Final as Sergei Bobrovsky pitched a shutout in a 3-0 Panthers win. The Bob had 32 saves on the night and you can catch the highlights below.

Game 2 Oilers at Panthers Monday June 10, 8 p.m.

The Panthers took Game 2 by a final of 4-1. After Mattiaas Ekholm gave Edmonton a 1-0 lead, Florida would score four unanswered goals from Niko Mikkola, Evan Rodrigues both on even strength and the power play and Aaron Ekblad capped off the scoring with the empty net goal. Sergei Bobrovsky got the win stopping 18 of 19 shots.

Game 3 Panthers at Oilers Thursday June 13, 8 p.m. on ABC, ESPN plus, SN, CBC, TVAS

The Panthers have a chance to go for the sweep on Saturday night as Sergei Bobrovsky made 32 saves in a 4-3 win. It was an electric atmosphere north of the border. Sam Reinhart gave the Panthers a 1-0 lead before Warren Foegele tied it. Vladimir Tarasenko gave the Panthers the lead for good with supporting goals from Sam Bennett and Aleksander Barkov.

Philip Broberg and Ryan McLeoad made a last ditch effort but by then it was too late. The Stanley Cup will be in the building this Saturday night.

Game 4 Panthers at Oilers Saturday June 15 8 p.m. on ABC, ESPN plus, SN, CBC, TVAS

The Oilers staved off elimination and avoided the sweep with an 8-1 win. Mattias Janmark scored shorthanded to get the party started in Edmonton. Adam Henrique doubled their lead. Vladimir Tarasenko scored the tragic lone goal for the Panthers. Then it was all Oilers after that with goals from Dylan Holloway, Connor McDavid, Darnell Nurse, Ryan Nuget Hopkins on the power play, Holloway again and finally Ryan McLeod. This series heads to a Game 5.

Game 5 Oilers at Panthers Tuesday June 18 8 p.m. on ABC, ESPN plus, SN, CBC, TVAS

Game 6* Panthers at Oilers June 21 8 p.m. on ABC, ESPN plus, SN, CBC, TVAS

Game 7* Oilers at Panthers June 24, 8 p.m. on ABC, ESPN plus, SN, CBC, TVAS

*if necessary

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How we got here

The Panthers took down the New York Rangers four games to two while the Oilers knocked out the Dallas Stars by a final of 4-2 so both series of the respective conference finals took six games.

Per ESPN this is the longest distance traveled between two teams to ever square off in the Stanley Cup Final and of course it's a USA vs Canada matchup. Cautiously optimistic this one is going to go at least six or seven games. It is approximately 2,541 miles which breaks the record previously held in 2011 by the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins. That distance between Boston and Vancouver was a whopping 2,499.8 miles.