Michelle Beadle show to go all Stanley Cup Final

Michelle Beadle show to go all Stanley Cup Final

Michelle Beadle left ESPN awhile ago to host The Crossover, a daily sports and entertainment show on NBC Sports Network. The program, hosted solely by Michelle Beadle (unlike Sports Nation on ESPN in which she had a co-host) will go all in Stanley Cup Final content on Monday with a one-hour extended episode prior to game 3 between the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins. It airs at 5 p.m. CDT.

There will also be special NHL edition of the Michelle Beadle talk show after the game). For whatever reason, game 3 tomorrow night will only be on NBC Sports Network, not NBC (game 2 was demoted to cable as well).

Former Blackhawks Center Jeremy Roenick will be live from Boston. NHL Analyst Anson Carter will be in-studio with Beadle at 30 Rock in New York City. And even though they’ll be at 30 Rock, don’t expect to see Jack Donaghy and Liz Lemon. Former NHL player Dave Hanson, who played Jack Hanson in the film Slap Shot, will be in-studio with Beadle in New York;

“I’m pumped to be a part of the action,” said Michelle Beadle. “I am keeping my fingers crossed for an overtime-free, fantastic game.”

Will Leitch, Sports On Earth writer and Deadspin founder, will be a guest on the show.

Following The Crossover, Liam McHugh will host Stanley Cup Rewind – Best Games, with a look back at the best moments of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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