NHL Playoff Schedule 2011: Times, TV Information For Wednesday's Five Stanley Cup Games

After just two games on Tuesday night, the NHL playoff schedule is a little meatier on Wednesday night with 10 teams taking part in five games. It's all Game 4 action across the league, and one team could be playing their final game of the season as the Coyotes face elimination.

Of course, they could also be facing relocation (it's a tired topic, we know, and sorry Coyotes fans), so this could potentially be the final game in the history of the Coyotes organization. We will see. 

Here's a full rundown of Wednesday's action. 

7:00 p.m. ET

No. 1 Washington Capitals at No. 8 New York Rangers -- Capitals lead series, 2-1.
Game 4, Eastern Conference Quarterfinals -- Madison Square Garden in Manhattan, N.Y.

Local TV: CSN Washington in D.C., MSG in New York. 
National TV: Versus in the U.S., TSN and RIS in Canada.

Our blogs: Japers' Rink for the Caps perspective, Blueshirt Banter on the Rangers. You can find full SBNation.com coverage here.  

No. 4 Pittsburgh Penguins at No. 5 Tampa Bay Lightning -- Penguins lead series, 2-1.
Game 4, Eastern Conference Quarterfinals -- St. Pete Times Forum in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Local TV: ROOT Sports in Pittsburgh, Sun Sports in Tampa.
National TV: No national coverage in the U.S., CBC and RDS in Canada.

Our blogs: Raw Charge covering the Lightning, Pensburgh covering the Penguins. You can find full SBNation.com coverage here.    

7:30 p.m. ET

No. 2 Philadelphia Flyers at No. 7 Buffalo Sabres -- Flyers lead series, 2-1.
Game 4, Eastern Conference Quarterfinals -- HSBC Arena in Buffalo, N.Y.

Local TV: CSN Philly in Philadelphia, MSG Buffalo in Buffalo.
National TV: Versus in the U.S. (after NYR-WSH), TSN2 in Canada.

Our blogs: Broad Street Hockey for Flyers coverage, Die By The Blade on the Sabres. You can find full SBNation.com coverage here.     

8:30 p.m. ET

No. 4 Anaheim Ducks at No. 5 Nashville Predators -- Predators lead series, 2-1.
Game 4, Western Conference Quarterfinals -- Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.

Local TV: FS Tennessee in Nashville, KDOC in Anaheim.
National TV: No national coverage in the U.S., TSN and RIS in Canada.

Our blogs: On the Forecheck covers the Predators, while Anaheim Calling covers the Ducks. You can find full SBNation.com coverage here.  

10:30 p.m. ET

No. 3 Detroit Red Wings at No. 6 Phoenix Coyotes -- Red Wings lead series, 3-0.
Game 4, Western Conference Quarterfinals -- Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, Ariz.

Local TV: Fox Sports Arizona in Phoenix, Fox Sports Detroit in Detroit. 
National TV: Versus in the United States, CBC and RDS in Canada.

Check in with our blogs: Winging It In Motown on the Red Wings, Five For Howling on the Coyotes. You can find full SBNation.com coverage here.     

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