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New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes Game 4: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and odds

The New York Rangers are on the brink of a sweep heading into Game 4 of their second-round series against the Carolina Hurricanes in the 2024 NHL Playoffs.

All three of the games played in the series so far have been one-goal games, but the Rangers' 3-0 series lead shows they have made things go their way when necessary.

It's win-or-go-home for the Hurricanes, who will have the home crowd on their side in this game.

How to watch New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes Game 4, TV channel and streaming

Game 4 of the New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes series will be broadcast on TNT and TruTV, which can be watched through cable TV or live TV streaming apps such as YouTubeTV. The game can also be streamed on MAX.

New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes Game 4 start time, date and venue

New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes Game 4 is scheduled to begin at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT on Saturday, May 11 with the game taking place at PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina.

New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes Game 4 injury report

New York Rangers: Ben Harpur - out; Blake Wheeler - out

Carolina Hurricanes: Jesper Fast - out; Brett Pesce - out

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New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes Game 4 stats

  • Vincent Trochek and Artemi Panarin lead the Rangers in points with six each in the series, while Sebastian Aho's six points lead the Hurricanes in the series.
  • Hurricanes center Jake Guentzel is the leading goalscorer in the series with three goals.
  • Four Hurricanes players - Aho, Guentzel, Andrei Svechnikov and Brady Skjei - lead the series in plus/minus rating with each player at +4, despite Carolina trailing 0-3 in the series.
  • Defensemen K'Andre Miller and Braden Schneider lead the Rangers in plus/minus at +3 in the series.
  • New York has converted on 30.8 percent of its power plays for four goals, while Carolina has not scored on a power play this series.
  • 'Canes goaltenders Frederik Andersen and Pyotr Kochetkov - who have started two games and one game in the series respectively - both have sub-.900 save percentages.

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