Watch Penguins vs Senators Game 7 Live Stream 25 May, 2017

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Penguins vs Senators Game 7 Live

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Game 7 is upon us once more, as the defending Stanley Cup champions Pittsburgh Penguins face off with the surprise of the 2017 NHL playoffs in the Ottawa Senators for a chance to hoist the sport’s greatest prize.

The Penguins came through in this situation last season, downing the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Eastern Conference finals in Game 7. They will have a much different test this time around, as the Senators play a brand of hockey that has stifled Pittsburgh in this series.

Let us take a look at the television and live-stream information for this showdown, in addition to a look at what could lie ahead for each squad.

Ottawa at Pittsburgh

NHL Conference Finals, Game 7 – Series tied 3-3

When: Thursday, May 25 at 8 p.m. ET

PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Viewing Guide: NBCSN (Live Stream at NBC Sports Live)

Why the Senators can pay on the NHL lines

The pressure in a Game 7 is clearly on the home team, especially one favored by as much as Pittsburgh is in this spot. Ottawa is not just happy to be here with one more victory translating to a Stanley Cup appearance, but rebounding from a dismal 7-0 loss in Game 5 with a 2-1 win in Game 6 has proved a lot already.

The Senators upset the Penguins in Game 1 on the road, and they are 5-4 away from home in the playoffs overall. In fact, they clinched series wins in each of the previous two rounds on the road. So Ottawa knows what it takes to send the opposing fans home disappointed.

Why the Penguins can pay on the NHL lines

Pittsburgh could have won Game 6 to move on to the championship round for the second year in a row, but the tiebreaking goal by Mike Hoffman in the third period ended up being the difference. That along with a brilliant performance between the pipes from Senators goaltender Craig Anderson, who stopped 45 shots from the Penguins.

Still, Pittsburgh goalie Matt Murray played well in defeat with 28 saves, and he earned a shutout in his last home game, which was also his first start at PPG Paints Arena this postseason. Home ice looks to be a huge edge for Murray and the Pens.