Are you ready for some (virtual) hockey, Boston Bruins fans?
The NHL Player Gaming Challenge — a four-week “NHL 20” competition — continues Thursday with two Week 2 matchups. Charlie McAvoy and Jake DeBrusk will represent the Bruins in a matchup against Arizona Coyotes players Conor Garland and Clayton Keller.
Electronic Arts, the company responsible for “NHL 20,” and the NHL Foundation are donating a combined $100,000 to support COVID-19 pandemic relief efforts.
Here’s the full Week 2 schedule:
Game 1: Charlie McAvoy and Jake DeBrusk (BOS) vs. Conor Garland and Clayton Keller (ARI) — Thursday at 5 p.m. ET
Game 2: Jonathan Huberdeau (FLA) vs. Evgeny Kuznetsov (WSH) — Thursday at 5:45 p.m.
— NHL (@NHL) May 7, 2020
Here’s every player participating in the challenge (Seahawks tight end Luke Wilson is representing the future Seattle NHL franchise):
New streams every Thursday at 5p ET & Saturday at 3p ET. pic.twitter.com/2SfI7xxUEd
— NHL (@NHL) April 29, 2020
NBC Sports Network will air both matchups on TV. Fans have a variety of options to live stream the games, but the NHL’s official Twitch account is the easiest.
Here’s how to watch Week 2 of the NHL Player Gaming Challenge Online:
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