NHL playoffs schedule 2013: Bruins, Rangers kickoff; Sharks attempt to solve Quick

Jeff Gross

A look at Thursday night's NHL playoff schedule.

The 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs continue on Thursday night with a set of games.

The Boston Bruins will attempt to follow-up their epic comeback against the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinal against the New York Rangers. New York is coming off a dominant performance in their Game 7 against the Washington Capitals, which not only featured an offensive onslaught but also included a dominant performance by goaltender Henrik Lundqvist (his second consecutive shutout).

In the late game, the San Jose Sharks will face also face a dominating goalie, as the club attempts to rebound from a shutout loss to Jonathan Quick and the Los Angeles Kings in Game 1.

Here's the complete information about the slate of games:

New York Rangers at Boston Bruins | 7:30 p.m., ET
TV schedule: RDS, TSN, NBCSN
Team blogs: Blueshirt Banter, Stanley Cup of Chowder

San Jose Sharks at Los Angeles Kings | 10 p.m., ET
Series: Los Angeles leads, 1-0
TV schedule: RDS, TSN, NBCSN
Team blogs: Fear the Fin, Jewels from the Crown

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