CSN's Blackhawks-Coyotes Game 4 coverage to begin at 5:00 PM Thursday LIVE from the UC

CSN's Blackhawks-Coyotes Game 4 coverage to begin at 5:00 PM Thursday LIVE from the UC

MEDIA ALERT

COMCAST SPORTSNET TO START ITS STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS ROUND 1GAME 4 BLACKHAWKS-COYOTES COVERAGE AT
5:00 PM THURSDAY NIGHT LIVE FROM THE UNITED CENTER

Chicago Tribune Live (5:00 PM), SportsNet Central (6:00 PM) and
Blackhawks Pre-Game Live (6:30 PM) to all air live from the United Center!

Chicago, IL (April 18, 2012) -- Comcast SportsNet, the exclusive local television home for every Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Playoffs first round match-up vs. the Phoenix Coyotes, has announced enhanced surrounding coverage for Game 4 on Thursday night, April 19 as Chicago Tribune Live presented by Captain Morgan, SportsNet Central presented by AT&T U-Verse and Chevy Blackhawks Pre-Game Live will all take place LIVE from the United Center beginning at 5:00 PM.

Blackhawks-Coyotes Game 4 face-off action featuring Comcast SportsNets Blackhawks announcing tandem of Pat Foley and Eddie Olczyk gets underway live at 7:00 PM. In addition, Comcast SportsNets comprehensive website, CSNChicago.com, will provide fans with even more exclusive Blackhawks Stanley Cup Playoffs content including:

LIVE stream of Blackhawks head coach Joel Quennevilles post-game press conference
CSNChicago.com Blackhawks Insider Tracey Myers will be at the UC filing stories and video before and after the game, plus Myers will provide up-to-the-second Tweets via @TraMyersCSN, as well as CSNs Blackhawks studio analyst Chris Boden (@CSNBoden) throughout the gameseries.
New-look Blackhawks team page highlighted by latest news, player interviews, highlights, video and more...Game highlights also available on CSNChicago.com during and following every game.
Blackhawks Talk (@HawksTalkCSN) also offers news, views and analysis from Myers, Boden and Blackhawks analyst Steve Konroyd.
Viewers are also encouraged to submit their Twitter questionscomments to our Jose Cuervo Blackhawks Post Game Live team by utilizing the hashtag: HawksPGL

Note Comcast SportsNets programming line-up for Blackhawks-Coyotes Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 1Game 4 coverage on Thursday night, April 19:

5:00 PM Chicago Tribune Live presented by Captain Morgan (LIVE from the United Center featuring host David Kaplan, Tribune writers, special guests & more)

6:00 PM SportsNet Central presented by AT&T U-Verse (LIVE from the United Center featuring anchors Pat Boyle & Mark Schanowski with the latest Blackhawks news, game previews, interviews & more)

6:30 PM Chevy Blackhawks Pre-Game Live (LIVE from the United Center featuring hosts Chris Boden & Steve Konroyd, along with the latest pre-game news and interviews from Sarah Kustok & CSNChicago.coms Tracey Myers)

7:00 PM CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS vs. PHOENIX COYOTES (Stanley Cup Playoffs, Round 1Game 4)

9:30 PM Jose Cuervo Blackhawks Post Game Live (time approx.) (featuring Joel Quennevilles live post-game press conference, post-game player reaction, highlights, comprehensive analysis and more)
10:00 PM & 10:30 PM GMC SportsNet Central (time approx.) (live, comprehensive Game 4 recap, highlights, interviews and much more from the day in sports)

11:00 PM Chicago Tribune Live presented by Captain Morgan (replay of 5:00 PM telecast)

12:00 AM SportsNet Central presented by CLR (live telecast)

12:30 AM Blackhawks vs. Coyotes (Game 4 replay)

Fast Break Morning Update: Bulls lose an ugly one vs. 76ers

Fast Break Morning Update: Bulls lose an ugly one vs. 76ers

Saturday on CSN: Kyle Hendricks, Cubs face Reds

Bulls fail to show up against 76ers

Jose Quintana gets the Opening Day start for White Sox

Noise around QB Mark Sanchez misses bigger, far more important goal for Bears ’17 offseason

Kyle Schwarber catching again is a good step for a banged-up Cubs team

Johnny Oduya feeling better, more up to speed with Blackhawks

How does Bastian Schweinsteiger fit into the Fire's lineup?

Carlos Rodon slated for MRI, could start season on disabled list with bicep tightness

World Series thank-yous follow Kris Bryant to Las Vegas

David Robertson, Nate Jones return to White Sox after WBC victory

Denver Nuggets fall in me vs. Nuggets challenge

Denver Nuggets fall in me vs. Nuggets challenge

The Denver Nuggets have been hot of late, winning seven of their last 10 games against pretty stiff competition. However, they were no match in a tough virtual matchup on Friday night. 

CSN Chicago associate producer Adam Yingst took on Nikola Jokic and company in #MeVsNuggets, a challenge in which the person watching must eat more chicken nuggets than Denver has field goals. 

Fighting a cold, Yingst powered through 41 chicken nuggets to seal the victory over Denver. If that isn't reminiscent of the Michael Jordan flu game, then we don't know what is. 

Watch this epic battle in the video above, and catch some funny outtakes below.