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Versus Schedule For Conference Semi-Finals

STAMFORD, Conn. (April 24, 2007) - VERSUS, the national cable television home of the NHL, today announced the network’s schedule for the 2007 Stanley Cup Playoff Conference Semifinal round, which begins on Wednesday, April 25 with VERSUS’ pre-game studio show “Hockey Central” at 6:30 p.m. ET, followed by a double-header at 7 p.m. ET when the Buffalo Sabres host the New York Rangers and at 10 p.m. with Vancouver at Anaheim.  Each week night VERSUS will feature one to two playoff games, as well the studio wrap-up show, “Hockey Central”. 

VERSUS anticipates airing up to 52 playoff games, as well as the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final.  The number of playoff games will vary depending upon the length of each individual series. 

The complete schedule for the NHL Playoffs Semifinal round follows (subject to change): 

DAY           DATE           TIME           GAMES                                         CONFERENCE

Wednesday   April 25        7 p.m. ET       New York Rangers at Buffalo, Game 1*      Eastern

                                10 p.m. ET     Vancouver at Anaheim, Game 1                   Western

Thursday       April 26        7:30 p.m. ET   San Jose at Detroit, Game 1*                Western      

Friday           April 27        7 p.m. ET       New York Rangers at Buffalo, Game 2             Eastern

                                10 p.m. ET     Vancouver at Anaheim, Game 2                   Western

Saturday       April 28         8 p.m. ET       Ottawa at New Jersey, Game 2                   Eastern

Sunday         April 29         8 p.m. ET       Anaheim at Vancouver, Game 3*            Western

Monday       April 30        7 p.m. ET       New Jersey at Ottawa, Game 3*              Eastern

                                10 p.m. ET     Detroit at San Jose, Game 3                     Western

Tuesday       May 1          7 p.m. ET       Buffalo at New York Rangers, Game 4*      Eastern

                                10 p.m. ET     Anaheim at Vancouver, Game 4                   Western

Wednesday   May 2          7 p.m. ET       New Jersey at Ottawa, Game 4*              Eastern

                                10 p.m. ET     Detroit at San Jose, Game 4*                Western

Thursday       May 3
          9 p.m. ET       Vancouver at Anaheim, Game 5* **          Western

Friday           May 4           7 p.m. ET       New York Rangers at Buffalo, Game 5**          Eastern

Saturday       May 5           8 p.m. ET       Ottawa at New Jersey, Game 5**                Eastern

Sunday         May 6          8 p.m. ET       Anaheim at Vancouver, Game 6**                Western

Monday         May 7          7 p.m. ET       New Jersey at Ottawa, Game 6**                Eastern

                                10 p.m. ET     Detroit at San Jose, Game 6**                  Western

Tuesday         May 8          7 p.m. ET       New York Rangers at Buffalo, Game 7**          Eastern

                                10 p.m. ET     Vancouver at Anaheim, Game 7**                Western

Wednesday     May 9           8 p.m. ET       San Jose at Detroit, Game 7**                  Western

               

Bolded games with (*) denotes EXCLUSIVE game. 

**Games subject to change as best of seven series may be over

Please note on the following dates: May 6 Anaheim/Vancouver; May 8 Vancouver/Anaheim; May 9 San Jose/Detroit that times are tentative and subject to change.

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