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Sharks-Bruins starts full day of hockey

Friday, 02.04.2011 / 9:37 PM / Schedule

Forgive the San Jose Sharks if they feel like they're a little sleepy when the puck drops on Saturday.

The Sharks begin the Eastern phase of a seven-game road trip when they pay a rare visit to Boston, the first of 11 games on the NHL schedule. Coach Todd McLellan will have to make sure his troops are ready for the early start -- the 1 p.m. ET faceoff comes at 10 a.m. back on the West Coast, where they Sharks played their first two games after the All-Star break, including Wednesday's 4-3 win at Anaheim. Boston is coming off Thursday's wild 6-3 win against Dallas.

There are two other matinees on Saturday's schedule. At 2 p.m. ET, the New York Rangers try to bounce back from Thursday's 3-2 home loss to New Jersey when they visit Montreal, a game that will be shown in Canada on CBC and RDS. The Canadiens have been off since Wednesday's 3-2 win against Florida. An hour later, Anaheim begins a road trip at Colorado, where the Avs lost 4-3 to Minnesota on Thursday.

Caps and Lightning square off again

Friday, 02.04.2011 / 12:20 AM / Schedule

Not only are will the Washington Capitals try to beat Tampa Bay for the first time in three tries in 2011 when the teams meet on Friday night, they'll be trying to something they couldn't manage in either of the two previous meetings: Score a goal.

The red-hot Lightning bring a six-game winning streak into the game at the St. Pete Times Forum -- a stretch that's been keyed by goaltender Dwayne Roloson. Since coming to Tampa Bay from the Islanders on Jan. 1, Roloson has four shutouts -- including two against the Caps. He's also coming off a 4-0 victory against Philadelphia on Tuesday. Washington arrives five points behind the Bolts in the Southeast Division standings after a 3-2 shootout loss to Montreal on Tuesday.

Devils and Rangers renew rivalry

Wednesday, 02.02.2011 / 7:34 PM / Schedule

The New Jersey Devils should get an indicator of how much they've improved when the New York Rangers come to town Thursday night.

The Rangers have won the first three meetings this season -- but that was before the Devils' recent surge, which has seen them go 7-1-1 in their last nine games, including a 2-1 win against Ottawa on Tuesday. The Rangers are coming off a 4-3 shootout loss to Pittsburgh on Tuesday.

The Rangers-Devils game is one of six in Thursday's NHL schedule -- all but one of which get under way at 7 p.m. ET.

Isles-Penguins on Versus Wednesday

Wednesday, 02.02.2011 / 1:11 AM / Schedule

The Pittsburgh Penguins' last game before the All-Star break was a 1-0 home victory against the New York Islanders last Tuesday. Eight days later, the Isles are back at the Consol Energy Center for their final visit of the season in the Penguins' first home game after the break.

Both teams are coming off victories on Tuesday night -- New York won 4-1 at Atlanta, while the Penguins, playing without Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, beat the Rangers 4-3 in a shootout in New York.

Versus will show the game in the United States, beginning at 7 p.m. ET.

Second half gets under way with 13 games Tuesday

Monday, 01.31.2011 / 9:16 PM / Schedule

After a highly-entertaining All-Star weekend in Raleigh, N.C., the NHL resumes its regular-season schedule Tuesday night with all but four teams back in action.

VERSUS, which televised the All-Star Game, gets right back in the saddle as it televises the showdown featuring the New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins from Madison Square Garden (the game, which begins at 7:30 p.m. ET) can also be seen on TSN2 in Canada). The Pens will still be without Sidney Crosby, who was just cleared to resume light workouts after missing most of January with a concussion. New York, however, will have Ryan Callahan back in the lineup. The American Olympian hasn't played since suffering a fractured hand on Dec. 15.

Busy night before All-Star break begins

Tuesday, 01.25.2011 / 11:01 PM / Schedule

The last night before the All-Star break is usually hectic, and this year is no different -- 18 teams are in action before beginning their midseason vacation.

The action begins with three games at 7 p.m. ET. Florida will try to build on Tuesday's 4-3 win at New York when it visits Boston, where the Bruins are home after Monday's 2-0 loss at Los Angeles. Carolina goes for the 1,000th win in franchise history when it visits the New York Islanders, 1-0 losers at Pittsburgh on Tuesday. Also, Atlanta will try to bounce back after Sunday's 7-1 rout at Tampa Bay when it hosts Washington. The Caps lost 2-1 in a shootout to the Rangers on Monday.

A half-hour later, Versus will be on hand in Detroit where the Red Wings host the red-hot New Jersey Devils, who are 6-0-1 in their last seven after a 5-2 win against Florida on Sunday. Detroit has been off since Saturday's 4-1 loss to Chicago.

Rangers-Caps to be shown across U.S., Canada

Sunday, 01.23.2011 / 7:03 PM / Schedule

The New York Rangers' chance to move within a point of the Washington Capitals will be broadcast across North America on Monday night.

Despite injuries to key players such as Ryan Callahan and Brandon Dubinsky, the Rangers enter Monday night's game against Washington just three points behind the fifth-seeded Capitals in the Eastern Conference. The Caps are 4-0-1 in their last five games.

Devils-Flyers start full day of hockey

Friday, 01.21.2011 / 7:41 PM / Schedule

Fans can have lunch, dinner and even a midnight snack on Saturday while enjoying a full day of hockey, with 11 games on the schedule.

The New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers kick off the day's action at 1 p.m. ET when they meet at the Wells Fargo Center. The Devils improved to 4-0-1 in their last five by beating Pittsburgh 2-0 on Thursday, the same night the Flyers polished off Ottawa 6-2 to stay on top of the overall NHL standings.

An hour later, old-time rivals Detroit and Chicago face off at the United Center. The Wings come to Chicago after a 4-3 overtime win at St. Louis on Wednesday, while the Hawks have had five days off since beating Nashville 6-3 on Sunday.

Stars try to extend road streak

Friday, 01.21.2011 / 2:00 AM / Schedule

The Dallas Stars set a franchise record Thursday night with their eighth consecutive road win. They'll try to extend that mark Friday night.

The Stars will bid for an Alberta sweep when they visit the Calgary Flames in a game that gets under way at 9 p.m. ET. Dallas made it eight in a row on the road by winning 4-2 at Edmonton on Thursday, while the Flames are coming off a 6-0 home loss to Minnesota on Wednesday.

VERSUS, TSN to broadcast Habs-Sabres

Tuesday, 01.18.2011 / 12:57 AM / Schedule

The Montreal Canadiens have already beaten the Buffalo Sabres three times this season. Their pursuit of No. 4 will be broadcasted across North America on Tuesday night.

Montreal, which beat Calgary in overtime on Monday at the Bell Centre, will visit the Buffalo Sabres at HSBC Arena. Game time is slated for 7:30 p.m. ET and can be seen on VERSUS in the U.S. and TSN in Canada.

Buffalo is coming off a 5-3 loss to the New York Islanders on Saturday night. Sabres goalie Ryan Miller will likely make his 22nd consecutive start on Tuesday.
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