How to watch Game 7 of the My Why Tour/Rivalry Series
Nothing is certain in life but death, taxes, and Marie-Philip Poulin overtime winners
UPDATE: Tonight’s stop of the My Why Tour has been canceled due to concerns surrounding COVID-19.
Tonight's #MyWhyTour game at Xcel Energy Center has been cancelled. pic.twitter.com/uo7vDYfui0— USA Hockey (@usahockey) December 20, 2021
The latest leg of the Rivalry Series/My Why Tour wraps up tonight in the Twin Cities. Notably, this is the last game we’ll have before each team officially announces their final Olympic rosters.
Canada’s roster will be announced later this week, on Dec. 22. The United States roster will be unveiled on Jan. 1. (As of last week, USA Hockey’s residency roster appeared to be trimmed to 23 players—equivalent to the Olympic roster size.)
How to Watch
- Where: Saint Paul, Minn.
- When: 8 p.m. Eastern
- How: NBC Sports Network (USA) and TSN2 (Canada)/
US Residency Roster \\ Canada Centralization Roster
Last Time Out
We once again got an exciting overtime finish, with Canada coming out on top, 3-2, after Poulin scored the winner. That puts the Canadians up four games to two in the series so far.
Sarah Fillier and Emily Clark scored the other goals for Team Canada. Kendall Coyne-Schofield and Savannah Harmon scored for Team USA; Harmon’s goal tied the game at 2-2 with 7:18 left to force overtime.
short-side ROCKET 🚀 pic.twitter.com/ndL8IXGyhu— USA Hockey (@usahockey) December 18, 2021
My Why Tour/Rivalry Series Schedule
Dec. 20 in St. Paul, Minn. at 8 p.m. ET
Jan. 3 in Vancouver, British Columbia at 7 p.m. ET
Jan. 6 in Red Deer, Alberta at 7 p.m. ET