Canucks vs. Sharks schedule: Vancouver, San Jose begin Wednesday night at Rogers Arena

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The Canucks and Sharks kick off their Western Conference Quarterfinal series on Wednesday night.

The Vancouver Canucks have been a favorite to win the Stanley Cup for the last few seasons. Following consecutive Presidents' Trophies and a Stanley Cup appearance, the team enters the 2013 playoffs slightly under the radar. Well, as under the radar as a division champion can be, at least.

Vancouver will open against the No. 6 seed San Jose Sharks on Wednesday night.

San Jose has had their share of fanfare over the years as a serious contender in the West. After a red-hot start to the season, the team abruptly hit a dry spell, which appeared as though it could find the team battling for a lottery pick instead of a playoff spot. However, the Sharks rebounded and will attempt to delay the Canucks' championship hopes for another season.

Here's the full series schedule:

Game Date Matchup Time (ET) National TV
Game 1 Wed, May 1 Sharks at Canucks 10:30 p.m. NBCSN, TSN
Game 2 Fri, May 3 Sharks at Canucks 10 p.m. CNBC, TSN
Game 3 Sun, May 5 Canucks at Sharks 10 p.m. NBCSN, TSN
Game 4 Tue, May 7 Canucks at Sharks 10 p.m. CNBC, TSN
Game 5* Thu, May 9 Sharks at Canucks 10 p.m. TSN
Game 6* Sat, May 11 Canucks at Sharks TBD TSN
Game 7* Mon, May 13 Sharks at Canucks TBD TSN

Fear The Fin and Battle of California have full coverage from the Sharks side of this matchup, while Nucks Misconduct has 24/7 Canucks coverage.

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