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Preds-Penguins on NHL Network highlights busy Thursday

Thursday, 03.22.2012 / 12:12 AM / NHL Network


The NHL Network will be on hand Thursday night in Pittsburgh when the Nashville Predators try to cool off the NHL's hottest team.

The Penguins are on a 12-0-1 run that has carried them within three points of first place in the Eastern Conference as the Predators come to Consol Energy Center for one of eight games on the schedule. Pittsburgh kept rolling on Tuesday by blitzing Winnipeg 8-4, while the Predators were upset 6-3 at home by the Edmonton Oilers.

U.S. viewers can see the game on the NHL Network, beginning at 7 p.m. ET.


NHL Network to air Rangers-Hawks

Friday, 03.09.2012 / 1:40 AM / NHL Network


The New York Rangers' recent struggles date to Feb. 16, when the floundering Chicago Blackhawks came to Madison Square Garden and ended a nine-game losing streak by winning 4-2.

The Rangers hope to return the favor when they visit Chicago in one of four games on Friday's NHL schedule.

Beginning with the loss to the Hawks, the Rangers have gone just 5-4-2 -- including a 4-1 loss at Ottawa on Thursday that dropped them out of first place in the overall standings. The Hawks enter the game in sixth place in the West, but they're coming off a 5-1 whipping in St. Louis on Tuesday.

NHL Network to air Leafs-Habs on Saturday

Saturday, 03.03.2012 / 12:24 AM / NHL Network


The Toronto Maple Leafs will have a new face behind the bench when they visit Montreal in one of nine games on Saturday's NHL schedule.

The Leafs fired Ron Wilson and hired Randy Carlyle in hopes of reversing the effects of a 1-9-1 slide that has dropped them five points out of the last playoff berth in the East. What turned out to be Wilson's last game was a 5-4 loss at Chicago on Wednesday.

The NHL Network will air the game in the United States, beginning at 7 p.m. ET. Viewers north of the border can see it on CBC's "Hockey Night in Canada" and on RDS.

NHL Network to air Rangers-Lightning on Friday

Thursday, 03.01.2012 / 11:02 PM / NHL Network


The Tampa Bay Lightning need every point they can get as they try to scramble back into the top eight in the Eastern Conference. They'll face a big challenge on Friday night, when the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers come to town in one of six games on the NHL schedule.

The Rangers will be playing for the second time in as many days -- they come to Tampa after a 3-2 win at Carolina on Thursday. The Bolts have been off since beating Montreal 2-1 at home on Tuesday.

The NHL Network will air the game to viewers in the United States, beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET.

NHL Network has Saturday doubleheader

Saturday, 02.25.2012 / 1:41 AM / NHL Network


Hockey fans in the United States can tune in to see a pair of games with major impact on the playoff races as the NHL Network airs two of the 11 games on Saturday's schedule.

The doubleheader begins at 1 p.m. ET, when the NHL's top two scorers -- Pittsburgh's Evgeni Malkin and Tampa Bay's Steven Stamkos -- get together at Consol Energy Center. The two share the League lead with 73 points, and Stamkos is No. 1 in the goal-scoring race with 43.

An hour later, St. Louis continues its six-game trip in Winnipeg, where the Southeast Division-leading Jets are 3-0-1 in the first half of an eight-game homestand. The game can be seen in Canada on CBC. At 4 p.m. ET, the NHL's hottest team, the Phoenix Coyotes, visit Edmonton.

Network has doubleheader, Richards 'NHL 36' on Sat.

Friday, 02.24.2012 / 10:55 AM / NHL Network


The NHL Network has a hockey extravaganza planned for U.S. viewers Saturday with a pair of exciting games as well as the network debut of "NHL 36: Mike Richards" among the offerings.

The action kicks off at 1 p.m. ET when the Pittsburgh Penguins play host to the Tampa Bay Lightning as the Consol Energy Center. The Penguins are making a push for a top-four seed and home ice in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, while the Lightning need to continue their current run to make up ground and crack the top eight in the Eastern Conference.

Ken Holland and Dave Ogrean are today's guests on 'NHL Hour with Commissioner Gary Bettman'

Thursday, 02.16.2012 / 11:07 AM / NHL Network


NEW YORKDetroit Red Wings Executive Vice President/General Manager Ken Holland and USA Hockey Executive Director Dave Ogrean will be the guests on today's NHL Hour With Commissioner Gary Bettman.  The show, which encourages fans to call in with questions, airs Thursdays on NHL Network, NHL.com and on Sirius XM Radio at 6 p.m., ET. 

The Detroit Red Wings now own the NHL record for the longest single-season winning streak at home.  By defeating the Dallas Stars 3-1 on Tuesday night at Joe Louis Arena, they became the first team in League history to win 21 straight games on home ice in one season. The Red Wings will attempt to extend their record when they take on the Nashville Predators at home tomorrow (7:30 p.m. ET, NHL Network US, Fox Sports Detroit.)

Penguins premiere 'In the Room' on NHL Network

Tuesday, 02.14.2012 / 5:29 PM / NHL Network


Building on the momentum of last season's ground-breaking HBO "24/7" series, NHL fans can check out the Pittsburgh Penguins' new exclusive behind-the-scenes show, "In the Room," which debuts on the NHL Network this weekend.

Chronicling the 2011-12 season, an hour compilation from PensTV will air in Saturday at 4:30 p.m. in the U.S. and Sunday at 6 p.m. in both the U.S. and Canada.

The series will offer unprecedented access inside the Pittsburgh locker room as the team makes another run toward the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

"In the Room" will also be televised by the NHL Network in Canada on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 10 p.m.; Saturday, Feb. 25, at 5 p.m.; and Sunday, Feb. 26, at 7:30 p.m. It can also be seen in the U.S. on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 4 p.m.; and Sunday, Feb. 26, at 4:30 p.m.

NHL Network doubleheader highlights busy Saturday

Friday, 02.10.2012 / 11:07 PM / NHL Network


NHL fans can enjoy a full day of hockey on Saturday, with 12 games on a schedule that begins at 1 p.m. ET and won't end until after midnight. The NHL Network will air a doubleheader for U.S. viewers, while CBC will have three games for viewers north of the border on Hockey Day in Canada.

Saturday's action begins with four games at 1 p.m. ET. Boston tries to bounce back from a 6-0 rout in Buffalo on Wednesday when it hosts Nashville. Also, Los Angeles visits the New York Islanders, the Rangers are at Philadelphia and Florida travels to New Jersey.

The first half of the NHL Network doubleheader begins at 2 p.m. ET when Winnipeg visits Pittsburgh. The Jets are going for their third win in a row after beating Washington 3-2 in a shootout on Thursday; the Penguins have been off since a 3-2 shootout loss in Montreal on Wednesday. CBC will also air that game to parts of Canada, while other areas will see Edmonton visit Ottawa.

Playoff implications this weekend on NHL Network

Friday, 02.10.2012 / 4:14 PM / NHL Network


The Detroit Red Wings will be looking to extend their franchise-record home-winning streak against the surging Anaheim Ducks in the first of three important games with Stanley Cup Playoffs implications on NHL Network this weekend.

Detroit will play host to Anaheim on Friday night (7:30 p.m. ET), while Winnipeg travels to Pittsburgh on Saturday afternoon (2 p.m. ET) and recent roles will be reversed when rivals Montreal and Toronto meet on Saturday night (7 p.m. ET) at Air Canada Centre.

Anaheim is 11-2-2 in its last 15 games and has cut what was once a 20-point gap between the Ducks and the eighth spot in the Western Conference in half. The Ducks' margin of error is still razor thin, and this is the first of an eight-game road trip that will likely decide if they can try to finish this frenetic run or if general manager Bob Murray will have to think about the future.

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