— The Stanley Cup playoffs will be on Saturday in front of a packed stadium.
There are no seats in the Forum but there will be fans in attendance.
The NHL has announced a lineup of 30 players and 10 teams will take to the ice.
There will be no televised broadcast.
All three games will be shown on TV, on CBC and via the internet.
Fans will be able to follow along with the action live on CBC Sports Network and CBC Sports Live Extra.
Fans can also follow along on Facebook Live, CBCSports.ca, Twitter and Instagram.
A live blog will be posted on the NHL website.
Fans in Canada can follow along by tuning into the NHL Network.
Hockey Central Live will also provide coverage throughout the day.
The first game of the Stanley Cup Finals will be televised nationally on CBC Radio in the evening.
The following games will air on CBC.ca in the afternoon.
The Toronto Maple Leafs vs. the Detroit Red Wings.
The Los Angeles Kings vs. Nashville Predators.
The Calgary Flames vs. Edmonton Oilers.
The Boston Bruins vs. Detroit Red Wing.
The Ottawa Senators vs. Tampa Bay Lightning.
The San Jose Sharks vs. Montreal Canadiens.
The Anaheim Ducks vs. St. Louis Blues.
The New York Rangers vs. New Jersey Devils.
The Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Arizona Coyotes.
The Winnipeg Jets vs. Chicago Blackhawks.
The Montreal Canadiens vs. Florida Panthers.
The Edmonton Oilers vs. Vancouver Canucks.
The Nashville Predators vs. Colorado Avalanche.
The Vancouver Canucks vs. Calgary Flames.
The Buffalo Sabres vs. Dallas Stars.
The Philadelphia Flyers vs. Columbus Blue Jackets.
The Washington Capitals vs. Toronto Maple Leaf.
The Chicago Blackhawks vs. Winnipeg Jets.
The Minnesota Wild vs. Buffalo Sabres.
The Florida Panthers vs. Los Angeles Lakers.
The Dallas Stars vs. San Jose Earthquakes.
The Detroit Red Sox vs. Philadelphia Flyers.
The Colorado Avalanche vs. Washington Capitals.
The Columbus Blue Leafs vs: Winnipeg Jets and Anaheim Ducks.
The Carolina Hurricanes vs. Atlanta Flames.