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Anaheim Ducks vs. Edmonton Oilers in NHL playoffs Game 7: Time, TV channel, how to watch live stream online

The Edmonton Oilers leveled the Anaheim Ducks in Game 6 of their NHL Western Conference semifinal series.

The Edmonton Oilers and Anaheim Ducks, tied 3-3, meet in a deciding Game 7 of their NHL Western Conference playoff series on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

That sets up a Game 7 that carries meaning and some misery for both teams.

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Here’s what you need to know:

Who: Edmonton Oilers vs. Anaheim Ducks
What: Game 7, Western Conference playoffs
Where: Honda Center, Anaheim, Calif.
When: Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Time: 10 p.m. Eastern
Livestream: NBC Sports Live, NBC Sports Live app

Edmonton Oilers vs Anaheim Ducks Live Stream

The Oilers walloped the Ducks 7-1 on Sunday in a game where 12 Edmonton players earned at least a point the deciding match.

For Edmonton, it’s the first Game 7 in 11 years. In that last Game 7, they lost 3-1 to the Carolina Hurricanes in the deciding game of the 2006 Stanley Cup final.

For Anaheim, it’s an annoyingly familiar position — the Ducks have squandered a Game 6 in each of their last four postseasons. They’ve gone on to lose Game 7 each time — at home.

The table is set again, with another elimination game at Honda Center in Anaheim.

Will the Ducks break their unhappy streak? Or will the Oilers?

Game 7″ may be the most exciting phrase in sports to a lot of people, but not for the Anaheim Ducks, who have lost five Game 7s in a row with stars Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry, including a heartbreaker in each of the last four years.

“I don’t know whether from coaching or playing whether you get into a mental block or not,” said Bruce Boudreau, who coached in Game 7 four times with the Capitals and four times with the Ducks. “I think Washington, for sure, is due to win. I’ve said it for four years in Anaheim: ‘We’re due to win,’ but in the end, your best players have got to be your best players.”