[[LIVE!!STREAMS@]] Avalanche vs Lightning Game 3 Live Broadcast Free Online 20 June 2022
How to watch Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals: Stream Colorado Avalanche vs Tampa Bay Lightning online for free. After a dominating performance at home by the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday night, defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning 7-0, the Avalanche will now travel and look to pick up their third win in the championship series.
Game 3 of the series will be at Amalie Arena in on Monday in Tampa at 8 p.m. Viewers can stream the game for free using fuboTV or DirecTV Stream.
The Avalanche have displayed high offensive pressure during the first two games of the series, recording a total of 11 goals. In Game 1, the Lightning erased a two goal deficit in the second period to send the game into overtime, but Andre Burakovsky put an end to it, scoring the overtime winner for the Avalanche. Game 2 was much different, with Colorado dictating the pace of play from the opening minutes and getting seven goals past the glove of Andrei Vasilevskiy.
The Avalanche lead the series 2-0 heading into Game 3.
How to watch Tampa Bay Lightning vs Colorado Avalanche (Game 3 | Stanley Cup Finals 2022)
What time does the game start? What TV Channels will it be on?
Monday’s Stanley Cup Finals game will begin at 8 p.m. EST in Tampa. Coverage will air on TV via ABC or ESPN+.
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Here is the full schedule of how to watch each game of the Stanley Cup Finals
Game 3: Monday, June 20 at 8 p.m. ET at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida on ABC or for free using DirecTV and fuboTV
Game 4: Wednesday, June 22 at 8 p.m. ET at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida on ABC or for free using DirecTV and fuboTV
Game 5*: Friday, June 24 at 8 p.m. ET at Ball Arena in Denver Colorado on ABC or for free using DirecTV and fuboTV
Game 6*: Sunday, June 26 at 8 p.m. ET at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida on ABC or for free using DirecTV and fuboTV
Game 7*: Tuesday, June 28 at 8 p.m. ET at Ball Arena in Denver Colorado on ABC or for free using DirecTV and fuboTV
Marinate on this for a quick moment: Colorado has 11 goals in the Stanley Cup Final so far, and not one from star forward Nathan MacKinnon.
The always-pushing-the-pace Avalanche are clicking on all cylinders, even with MacKinnon’s scoring held in check and Nazem Kadri sidelined by a thumb injury.
This is a bunch that comes at you from all directions — no matter the name on the back of the jersey. They’re a constant blur of burgundy-and-blue that gets fast break after fast break, scoring chance after scoring chance.
Along with it, they have a 2-0 lead over Tampa Bay in the best-of-seven series, with Game 3 in Tampa on Monday night.
“Certainly the fastest team that we played,” Tampa Bay forward Steven Stamkos said. “We’ve got to find a way to slow them down.”
How, precisely? “Putting pucks in areas where you can neutralize their speed and not turning the puck over — not giving them freebies,” Stamkos said. “It’s no secret they’re a very fast team.”
Colorado has scored at least seven goals four times in this playoff run, the latest a 7-0 rout in Game 2. They’re one of only seven NHL teams who have recorded that many seven-or-more goal games in one postseason.
On top of that, the Avalanche became the first NHL team to tally 11 or more goals through two games of the final since they themselves accomplished the feat in 1996.
Coach Jared Bednar chalks the offensive fireworks up to one big reason — rest. While the Lightning had to grind through a tough six-game series with the New York Rangers, the Avalanche got an extended breather after a sweep of Edmonton.
“We’ve been trying all year to balance the work/rest ratio,” Bednar explained. “It’s important. ... Our team just seems to be really focused, dialed in and they’re hungry and they want to win.”
A different player rises to the occasion each game, too. Like Andre Burakovsky scoring the OT winner in Game 1. Or Valeri Nichushkin and Cale Makar each recording two goals in Game 2. They’ve found a way to score early and often on Tampa Bay’s Andrei Vasilevskiy, who’s one of the best goaltenders on the planet.
Speed really can make a difference.
“We think that’s how we have to beat them,” Avalanche defenseman Josh Manson said of pushing the tempo. “For us, we can’t think that we’re under their skin. We can’t think anything like that. We’ve just got to keep going and just have that mentality that doesn’t stop.”
Colorado’s performing all the gritty tasks as well. Take Darren Helm, for example: He leads the playoffs with 84 hits, including 22 in the finals. He also had a goal in Game 2, his second of the postseason.