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Canucks vs. Flames, NHL playoffs 2015: Time, TV schedule and live stream for Game 4

Who wins this crucial game in an intense series?

After Calgary took down Vancouver, 4-2, in a highly entertaining goalkeeper battle in Game 2, the Flames have a 2-1 lead heading into their second game at home during this series. It has been a testy series for both teams in this Canadian rivalry, and the Flames have a chance to blow this series open before it heads back to Vancouver.

Calgary surprised by winning the first game of the series in exciting fashion, as Kris Russell scored with less than 30 seconds remaining in the game to put the Flames on top. However, Vancouver looked like it regained its mojo in game two, cruising to a 4-1 win. Calgary regained control of the series with a win at home in Game 3. Notching another victory in Game 4 would send Calgary back to Vancouver with home-ice advantage intact.

Despite losing the goalkeeper battle on Sunday, Eddie Lack's play has been impressive throughout the series, and he may have stolen the starting job for the playoffs. That may not last long, however, if the Canucks don't get back in the win column quickly to avoid elimination.

Game 4 coverage

10 p.m. ET | Game 4, Western Conference Round 1
Scotiabank Saddledome | Calgary, Alberta
TV: USA, CBC, TVA Sports
Live stream at NBC Live Extra
More coverage:
Canucks Blog | Flames Blog