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( [email protected] ) May 23, 2015 02:07 AM EDT
A confident Anaheim Ducks will be facing the Chicago Blackhawks on Game 4 of the National Hockey League's Western Conference Final on Saturday (8 p.m. ET; NBC, CBC, TVA Sports) at the United Center on Saturday and move one victory away from the Stanley Cup Final.
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A confident Anaheim Ducks will be facing the Chicago Blackhawks on Game 4 of the National Hockey League's Western Conference Final on Saturday (8 p.m. ET; NBC, CBC, TVA Sports) at the United Center on Saturday and move one victory away from the Stanley Cup Final. This is what we know about the series leading up to Ducks vs. Blackhawks Game 4, which can be watched online through live stream - free for subscribers - below. 

Anaheim Ducks leads the best-of-seven series, 2-1, against the Chicago Blackhawks. The Ducks won Game 3, 2-1.

Anaheim Ducks Ryan Getzlaf said after his team beat the Chicago Blackhawks, "I think anytime when you talk about winning a series, you're going to want to play your game. We can't play a run-and-gun game. We're not a team that's built to skate up and down the rink all night long and trade chances. We're just not built that way. We have to be able to execute our system and the things we want to do."

Going into Game 4 of the National Hockey League's Western Conference Finals, the Anaheim Ducks believe they have the formula to defeat the Blackhawks and win the conference title.

The Ducks are a big team and likes to play physically, as well as equipped with enough speed to create problems off the rush and slow down their opponents. Getzlaf continued, "We've been doing a good job of that so far. There's been points throughout games where they've hemmed us in, [and] got to their cycle game a little bit more, but, you know, those are points that we have to address and keep doing what we're doing going forward."

The Ducks started Game 3 last Thursday perfectly well, with no signs of its heartbreaking 3-2 loss against the Blackhawks in triple overtime in Game of the Blackhawks vs. Ducks National Hockey League's Western Conference Finals. The Ducks came strong in the second period after the Blackhawks tied the game in the first period,. Simon Despres sealed the victory with a goal in the second period. Afterwhich, goaltender Frederik Andersen, backed by a strong defense from the Ducks, completely shut the door for the Blackhawks, according to CBS Sports.

"This game coming up is huge," Blackhawks forward Brandon Saad said Friday. "It's pretty much a must-win for us, especially going back to Anaheim (for Game 5), where they have a lot of success. We play well at home. We let one slip away [Thursday] night, so we've got a big one coming up."

Trevor van Riemsdyk, a rookie defenseman for the Blackhawks, is not likely to play in Game 4 of the Blackhawks vs. Ducks National Hockey League's Western Conference Finals despite being recalled from Rockford of the American Hockey League.Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said he was thinking of reverting to Game 2 lineup.

Blackhawks vs. Ducks NHL Western Conference Finals Game 4 will begin at 5 p.m. PST/8 p.m. ET on May 13, 2015 at the United Center. Information on how to watch the Blackhawks vs. Ducks game on live stream free can be found below.

Live Stream

The Blackhawks vs. Ducks game will be available on TV/Broadband/Mobile through NHL GameCenter Live, a subscription service offering streaming video of live out-of-market, regular season games, and on-demand replays.

Game broadcasts that are available to watch on television in your local market and nationally televised games are available to watch live or within 48 hours of game completion. The list of channel providers for NHL Network in USA and Canada can be found here.

Blackhawks vs. Ducks game will be televised nationally on NBC Sports and TSN (Canada), and locally on Fox Sports SouthWest and PT. Online live stream free can be watched at NBCSports.com/LiveExtra.