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Written by Maury Brown   
Tuesday, 20 April 2010 18:00

NESNIt seems Lord Stanley's playoffs are a push on early season Red Sox games in New England...

On Wednesday, April 21st, NESN will deliver simultaneous coverage of the Bruins and Red Sox when both teams play at the same time. The Bruins and Red Sox are both scheduled to play 7:00 PM games on Wednesday and NESN will deliver both games in standard and high definition.

NESN’s broadcast of the Boston Bruins - Buffalo Sabres Game #4 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at TD Garden will be available on your regular NESN and NESN HD channels. The Boston Red Sox –Texas Rangers game at Fenway Park will be available on NESNplus and NESNplus HD channels.

NESNplus and NESNplus HD are a compilation of channels that distributors provide NESN to carry simultaneous coverage of Red Sox and Bruins games.

In most Comcast communities, the Red Sox – Rangers game NESNplus feed will be on channel 81 and the NESNplus HD feed on channel 894. A complete list of NESNplus and NESNplus HD channels can be found at

NESN will provide updates on a game-by-game basis regarding which game will be available on NESNplus and NESNplus HD channels and on which channels fans can find the game through their local provider.

Source: New England Sports Network (NESN)

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