Dallas Stars Prospects: Broadcast Schedule For Calder Cup Finals

The Calder Cup Finals get rolling tomorrow afternoon for the Texas Stars and Toronto Marlies. And the Dallas Stars’ AHL affiliate will be broadcast in various places. Here’s the schedule for the series.

The Stanley Cup Final is pushing forward at the moment with a maximum of five games to go. But for the next two weeks, the Dallas Stars’ eyes will rest heavily upon their AHL affiliate, the Texas Stars.

The Calder Cup Finals begin on Saturday afternoon with the Texas Stars heading to Toronto. They will square off with the Toronto Marlies in hopes of winning their second Calder Cup championship in franchise history. And there’s plenty of reason to believe that Texas is on their way to another championship.

It’s been an almost unbelievable run for Texas so far. They are 11-4 in the postseason, with nine of their 15 games going into overtime. Surprisingly enough, the Stars are 7-2 in the overtime frame, with the clinching game in the second and third round going to the extra period.

Texas swiftly pushed through the first round against the Ontario Reign, defeated the Pacific Division champion Tucson Roadrunners in five games, and rang up three consecutive wins against the previously undefeated Rockford IceHogs.

They are definitely riding the title of underdog as the Marlies finished the season with the most points of any team. But they’ve been riding it for a while, so that’s no worry.

It’s been an impressive push for Texas thus far. For a team that has only been around since 2009, three trips to the Calder Cup Finals shows the strength of the franchise. The players, both young and old, have embraced this run and are using it to build their potential. This is prime experience time certain players and can have a lasting impact. So these next 4-7 games will mean a lot.

And all kinds of Dallas Stars fans will get a chance to keep up with the action. That’s because each game will be broadcast or streamed, thanks to Fox Sports Southwest, the NHL Network, AHL Live, and the SiriusXM NHL Network Radio channel.

Here is the broadcast schedule.

Game One: Texas @ Toronto

When: Saturday, June 2nd, 3:00 p.m.

Broadcasted on: NHL Network (tape delay, will be broadcast on June 3 at 8 a.m.), AHL Live

Game Two: Texas @ Toronto

When: Sunday, June 3rd, 3:00 p.m.

Broadcasted on: NHL Network, AHL Live, SiriusXM NHL Network channel

Game Three: Toronto @ Texas

When: Tuesday, June 5, 7:00 p.m.

Broadcasted on: Fox Sports Southwest Plus, NHL Network, SiriusXM NHL Network channel, AHL Live

Game Four: Toronto @ Texas

When: Thursday, June 7, 7:00 p.m.

Broadcasted on: Fox Sports Southwest Plus, NHL Network (tape delay, will be broadcast on June 8 at noon), AHL Live

Game Five: Toronto @ Texas (if necessary)

When: Saturday, June 9, 7:00 p.m.

Broadcasted on: Fox Sports Southwest, Fox Sports Southwest Plus, NHL Network, AHL Live, SiriusXM NHL Network channel

Game Six: Texas @ Toronto (if necessary)

When: Tuesday, June 12, 6:00 p.m.

Broadcasted on: NHL Network, AHL Live, SiriusXM NHL Network channel

Game Seven: Texas @ Toronto (if necessary)

When: Thursday, June 14, 6:00 p.m.

Broadcasted on: NHL Network, AHL Live, SiriusXM NHL Network channel

The Texas Stars go toe-to-toe with their biggest challenge starting tomorrow afternoon in Toronto. It’s another thrilling matchup with the Texas Stars just four wins away from another championship.

Make sure to tune in to see if they can pull it off.