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VERSUS, TSN2 to broadcast Flyers-Sabres

Tuesday, 01.11.2011 / 1:49 AM / Schedule

The Philadelphia Flyers' pursuit of their fourth straight victory will be shown across North America Tuesday night.

Philadelphia, which earned its third straight win on Saturday -- a 2-1 decision against New Jersey -- 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 TSN2 in Canada.

The Flyers' winning streak has allowed them to stay atop the Eastern Conference with 57 points. They lead Pittsburgh in the Atlantic Division by just one point.

VERSUS to broadcast Bruins-Pens

Sunday, 01.09.2011 / 11:55 PM / Schedule

The Boston Bruins' pursuit of sole possession of first place in the Northeast Division will be shown across North America Monday night.

Boston, which dropped a 3-2 overtime decision in Montreal on Saturday night, will visit the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Consol Energy Center. Game time is slated for 7:30 p.m. ET and can be seen on VERSUS in the U.S and TSN2 in Canada.

Last two No. 1 picks meet for first time

Wednesday, 01.05.2011 / 7:52 PM / Schedule

Taylor Hall followed John Tavares as the No. 1 pick in the NHL Entry Draft -- Tavares by the New York Islanders in 2009 and Hall by the Edmonton Oilers last year.

The two faced off numerous time as juniors, but they'll oppose each other for the first time as pros on Thursday night when the Islanders continue their road trip with a visit to Rexall Place in one of eight games on the NHL schedule.

Tavares is coming off a two-goal performance Monday in the Isles' 5-2 win at Calgary. Hall and the Oilers gave up a pair of late goals on Tuesday in a 5-3 home loss to Detroit, their seventh loss in a row.
Game time is 9 p.m. ET.

Canucks go for seven in a row

Tuesday, 01.04.2011 / 7:08 PM / Schedule

The Vancouver Canucks are making winning look awfully easy these days.

The Canucks have won six in a row and are 11-0-2 in their last 13 as they prepare to host the Calgary Flames at 10 p.m. ET in one of six games on Wednesday night's NHL schedule. Win No. 6 came Monday night at San Jose, when the Canucks wrapped up a sweep of their three-game road trip with a 4-3 victory. That game ended about 90 minutes after the Flames saw their four-game winning streak end with a 5-2 home loss to the New York Islanders.

Wednesday's action begins with a pair of games that face off at 7 p.m. ET. The New York Rangers are back home after Sunday's 3-0 loss at Florida to host Carolina. The 'Canes are also coming off a loss to Florida, which won 4-3 at Carolina on Monday.

VERSUS to broadcast Wild-Devils

Tuesday, 01.04.2011 / 1:29 AM / Schedule

The Minnesota Wild's chase for a playoff spot in the Western Conference continues on national television Tuesday night.

Minnesota, which rallied for an improbable 6-5 overtime win against Phoenix on Sunday, will visit the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center. Game time is slated for 7 p.m. ET and can be seen on VERSUS in the U.S.

VERSUS to broadcast Blackhawks-Kings

Sunday, 01.02.2011 / 10:46 PM / Schedule

Two big points in the Western Conference playoff race will be up for grabs on national television Monday night.

The Chicago Blackhawks, who sit two points out of a playoff spot after Sunday's 2-1 loss at Anaheim, will visit the Los Angeles Kings at the Staples Center. Game time is slated for 9 p.m. ET and can be seen on VERSUS in the United States.

Lots of hockey on New Year's Eve

Thursday, 12.30.2010 / 11:07 PM / Schedule

Before they go out to celebrate the new year, fans can get the ball rolling with a dose of New Year's Eve hockey -- there are nine games on the schedule for the last night of 2010.

The action begins early with a pair of 5 p.m. ET games. Atlanta , a 3-2 shootout winner against Boston at home on Thursday, visits New Jersey, where the Devils will be trying to end a six-game losing streak. Montreal, a 4-1 loser to Tampa Bay on Wednesday, ends its seven-game trip with a visit to Florida in a game that can be seen on RDS.

An hour later, Minnesota visits the slumping Nashville Predators, while at 7 p.m. ET, the New York Islanders begin a five-game trip at Detroit, where the Wings are home after a 7-3 win at Dallas on Wednesday. Also at 7, Columbus returns home after Wednesday's 3-2 win at Toronto to host Ottawa, which had a day off after a 4-0 home loss at Carolina.

Penguins play last Classic tuneup

Wednesday, 12.29.2010 / 12:10 AM / Schedule

It would be hard to blame the Pittsburgh Penguins for looking ahead to their Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic showdown with the Washington Capitals on Saturday -- after all, no other NHL game has its own HBO documentary series.

But the Penguins have work to do first, and after Tuesday's 6-3 home victory against Atlanta, the Penguins have a date at the Nassau Coliseum on Wednesday night for a game against the New York Islanders.

Sidney Crosby will be trying to extend his point-scoring streak to 26 games while facing the Islanders, who were 4-0-1 before Monday night's 7-2 thrashing in New York.

VERSUS, TSN2 to broadcast Bruins-Bolts

Tuesday, 12.28.2010 / 1:23 AM / Schedule

Two big points in the Eastern Conference playoff race will be up for grabs on national television Tuesday night.

The Boston Bruins, who moved into a first-place tie in the Northeast Division on Monday night, will visit the Tampa Bay Lightning at the St. Pete Times Forum. Game time is slated for 7:30 p.m. ET and can be seen on VERSUS in the U.S. and TSN2 in Canada.

Tampa Bay (21-10-5) is tied for first place in the Southeast Division with the Washington Capitals. Star center Steven Stamkos leads the Bolts with 50 points (28 goals, 22 assists).

Rangers-Islanders rivalry highlights six-game Monday

Sunday, 12.26.2010 / 11:50 PM / Schedule

It's always a festive mood when the New York Rangers face off with the New York Islanders, though it's not likely the Atlantic Division rivals will be exchanging much in the way of holiday cheer when they meet Monday night at Madison Square Garden as part of a six-game NHL schedule.

The Islanders, who won their third in a row Sunday against the Canadiens, will try to extend their streak at the expense of the Rangers in the opening game of the night. The first puck drops shortly after 7 p.m.
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