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Capuano to appear on NHL Live!

Monday, 03.28.2011 / 6:44 PM / NHL Network


New York Islanders interim coach Jack Capuano will be among the guests on NHL Live! Tuesday, scheduled from noon-2 p.m. on NHL Network and NHL.com and broadcast on XM Radio.

Capuano replaced Scott Gordon behind the Isles' bench on Nov. 15, 2010. While the Islanders will not qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, they are 25-25-9 under Capuano and 14-8-5 since the All-Star break.

Also scheduled to appear to speak with co-hosts Deb Placey and Ken Daneyko are Pittsburgh Penguins radio voice Mike Lange, USA Today's Kevin Allen and Versus analyst Brian Engblom.

Van Riemsdyk, Doan to join NHL Live!

Monday, 03.28.2011 / 10:26 AM / NHL Network


Philadelphia Flyers forward James van Riemsdyk and Phoenix Coyotes captain Shane Doan will be two of the headlining guests on Monday's edition of NHL Live!

In his second NHL season, van Riemsdyk had his first career hat trick Saturday against the New York Islanders. His 19 goals and 37 points already are more than he had last season.

Doan doesn't have a hat trick, but the veteran has posted his eighth straight season with at least 55 points, and he's helped the Coyotes climb to fourth in the Western Conference entering the week.


Quenneville on NHL Live!

Thursday, 03.24.2011 / 1:04 AM / NHL Network


Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville will be among Thursday's guests on NHL Live! between 12-2 p.m. ET on NHL Network, XM Radio and NHL.com.

Quenneville's Hawks have climbed to fifth place in the West after Wednesday's 4-0 victory against Florida. They host Anaheim in a huge game on Saturday.

Among the other guests who will appear with hosts Don La Greca and Ken Daneyko are Philadelphia Flyers play-by-play announcer Jim Jackson, who will preview Thursday's game between the Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins, as well as former NHL star Bobby Holik and NBC/Versus analyst Mike Milbury.

Penguins face Flyers on NHL Network

Wednesday, 03.23.2011 / 8:20 PM / NHL Network


Despite a list of injuries that would have sunk most other teams, the Pittsburgh Penguins have stayed within hailing distance of the Philadelphia Flyers in the Atlantic Division race. But if they want to catch their in-state rivals, a win Thursday night is a must.

The Penguins go cross-state to the Wells Fargo Center for a meeting with the Flyers, who lead them by five points in the Atlantic race. The Penguins have been off since Monday's 5-4 shootout win in Detroit; the Flyers lost 5-4 to Washington in a shootout at home on Tuesday.

The NHL Network will air the game, one of nine on Thursday's schedule and one of four that gets under way at 7 p.m. ET.

Modano and analyst Eliot guest on NHL Live!

Tuesday, 03.22.2011 / 10:55 AM / NHL Network


Hockey analyst, broadcaster and former NHL goalie Darren Eliot will offer some insight into the trending topics around the League on Tuesday when he joins hosts Don LaGreca and E.J. Hradek on NHL Live! between 12-2 p.m. ET on NHL Network, XM Radio and NHL.com.

Eliot, who has covered the Atlanta Thrashers since the team's inaugural season in 1999-2000, also serves an analyst on Versus. A two-time All-Ivy selection and All-American at Cornell, Eliot spent five seasons in the NHL for the Los Angeles Kings, Detroit Red Wings and Buffalo Sabres.

Other guests include Detroit Red Wings center Mike Modano, who has scored more than 550 goals and 1,370 points in 20-plus NHL seasons, and USA Today hockey writer Kevin Allen.

Kaberle returns to Toronto with Bruins

Friday, 03.18.2011 / 10:35 PM / NHL Network


Tomas Kaberle has never played an NHL game at the Air Canada Centre in anything but a Toronto Maple Leafs' jersey. That will end on Saturday night.

Kaberle will face his former team at the arena he called home until being traded last month when the Boston Bruins come to Toronto in one of 11 games on Saturday's NHL schedule. The game can be seen at 7 p.m. ET in the United States on the NHL Network, as well as on CBC's Hockey Night in Canada. Both teams are trying to rebound from road losses on Thursday -- Boston fell 4-3 in overtime at Nashville, while the Leafs were beaten 4-0 by Florida.

NHL Live! broadcasting from GM meetings

Tuesday, 03.15.2011 / 11:12 AM / NHL Network


NHL Live! will have some of the biggest names in hockey on the show today as it broadcasts live from the NHL General Managers meetings in Boca Raton, Fla., on Tuesday.

Fans can catch hosts Deb Placey, E.J. Hradek and Craig Button from noon to 2 p.m. ET on NHL Network, NHL.com and on XM Radio.

NHLN to broadcast special report from GM Meetings

Monday, 03.14.2011 / 4:24 PM / NHL Network


With the GM meetings in full swing Monday in Boca Raton, Fla., NHL Network will be broadcasting a special report tonight at 6 ET to recap the days events.

While the League's General Managers are going to discuss several issues over the next few days, great attention is being placed on how the League will respond to headshots and concussion in the game. In that vein, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman unveiled a 5-point plan Monday intended to help reduce concussions across the board.

With the League's GMs eager to improve player safety, Bettman's new plan is one of multiple topics expected to be discussed on tonight's special report on NHL Network. The show will be hosted by Deb Placey, E.J. Hradek and Craig Button.

Weaver to appear on NHL Live!

Sunday, 03.13.2011 / 6:34 PM / NHL Network


Florida Panthers defenseman Mike Weaver will be among the guests when NHL Live! is broadcast live from the GM Meetings in Boca Raton, Fla., on Monday, scheduled from noon-2 p.m. on NHL Network and NHL.com and broadcast on XM Radio.

Weaver, 32, has appeared in 69 games for the Panthers this season and has 2 goals and 10 assists. Weaver has also played for Atlanta, Los Angeles, Vancouver and St. Louis in his NHL career.

Sabres-Leafs on NHL Network Saturday

Friday, 03.11.2011 / 11:48 PM / NHL Network


The Buffalo Sabres have already had an excellent road trip -- going 4-1-1 away from home is a nice showing by anyone. But with little room for error as they chase a playoff berth, the Sabres will try to cap their seven-game trip with a win in Toronto on Saturday.

The Leafs need the game every bit as much -- they enter the night six points behind Buffalo and the New York Rangers, who own the last two playoff berths in the Eastern Conference.

The 7 p.m. ET start, one of 10 games on Saturday's schedule, can be seen on the NHL Network in the United States and on CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.
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