What to Watch and Bet MLB and NHL Playoffs for Saturday June 8th 2013

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It will be another off day for the NBA Finals on Saturday so the NHL playoffs and Major League Baseball will take center stage with nationally televised events to satisfy the appetite of the betting public.

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The Chicago Blackhawks own a 3-1 series lead on the defending Stanley Cup Champion LA Kings and Chicago will play the host on Saturday night as they go for the series clincher. The Blackhawks and Kings will get things started from Chicago at 8PM Eastern Time with NBC TV providing the televised coverage. The Blackhawks broke the LA Kings 15 game home winning streak in game four to set up the closeout game on Saturday night with a berth in the Stanley Cup Finals at stake.

FOX Major League Baseball Saturday game of the week will feature five games televised regionally beginning at 7:15P Eastern Time.

Two National League powers will face off when the St Louis Cardinals continue their road trip against the Cincinnati Reds. The scheduled starters are Tyler Lyons for the visiting Cardinals as he opposes Matt Latos for the Reds.

From NL West division action the San Diego Padres continue their weekend series with the Colorado Rockies. Taking the hill for the Padres will be left hander Eric Stults with the home standing Colorado Rockies sending Tyler Chatwood.

The Philadelphia Phillies are in action at the 7:15PM Eastern Time hour on FOX TV regionally as they square off with the Milwaukee Brewers. The Phillies send Kyle Kendrick to the hill to battle Tom Gorzelanny for the Brewers.

Most of the nation will get an American League affair as the struggling LA Angels will continue their east coast road trip against the Boston Red Sox. The Angels will send left hander C.J. Wilson to the hill for the second game of this series while the Red Sox will start right hander Clay Buccholz.

Some areas of the county will get the AL matchup involving the Houston Astros as they take the field to face the Kansas City Royals. Eric Bedard a left hander will throw for Houston as he opposes Ervin Santana a right hander for Kansas City.

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