May 14th, 2013 by

Bruins-Rangers Eastern Conference Semifinals schedule

Bruins-Rangers Eastern Conference Semifinals schedule

Following their thrilling 5-4 come from behind victory in overtime over the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Boston Bruins are heading to the second round for the fourth time in fifth season. The New York Rangers, who easily defeated the Washington Capitals in Game 7 Monday night, await the Black and Gold in the Eastern Conference semifinals.

Thursday’s meeting will mark the first playoff matchup between the two squads since 1973. Here’s a look at the complete schedule.

Game 1: Thursday, 7:30 pm, TD Garden (NBCSN)
Game 2: Sunday, 3 pm, TD Garden (NBC)
Game 3: May 21, Madison Square Garden, 7:30 pm (NBCSN)
Game 4: May 23, Madison Square Garden, 7 pm (CNBC)
Game 5: May 25, TD Garden (TBD)*
Game 6: May 27, Madison Square Garden (TBD)*
Game 7: May 29, TD Garden (TBD)*

*If Necessary

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