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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.

Bruins-Ducks on Versus, TSN2 on Monday

Sunday, 12.19.2010 / 11:32 PM / Schedule

An intriguing cross-conference showdown provides NHL fans with an early Christmas present Monday night as the Boston Bruins' game at TD Garden against the Anaheim Ducks will be televised nationally by Versus in the United States and TSN2 in Canada.

NHL-leading Flyers in action Monday vs. Panthers

Sunday, 12.19.2010 / 11:30 PM / Schedule

The Philadelphia Flyers look to win their sixth consecutive game and extend their lead atop the NHL standings when they host the Florida Panthers in one of seven games on Monday night's schedule.

The Flyers and Panthers are one of three games that get the action going with a 7 p.m. ET start. Philadelphia's 49 points are five more than Western Conference-leading Detroit has compiled. Also getting under way around that time, the Atlanta Thrashers attempt to reclaim first place in the Southeast Division when they travel to face the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the Boston Bruins try to move up in the East standings as they're paid a visit by one of the West's contenders, the Anaheim Ducks.

Osgood goes for win No. 400 on Sunday

Saturday, 12.18.2010 / 7:06 PM / Schedule

Chris Osgood tries to join an elite group on Sunday.

Osgood will be trying for his 400th regular-season victory when he leads the Detroit Red Wings onto the ice against the Dallas Stars at Joe Louis Arena at 5 p.m. ET. A victory would make the 38-year-old only the 10th goaltender in NHL history to reach 400 wins – a milestone that would go along with his three Stanley Cup rings.

Rangers-Flyers starts busy Saturday

Friday, 12.17.2010 / 8:36 PM / Schedule

While shoppers rush around on the last weekend before Christmas, hockey fans have a full day of action awaiting them, with 11 games on the schedule.

The pucks start flying at 1 p.m. ET, when the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers renew hostilities at the Wells Fargo Center. The Flyers own the NHL's best record and have already beaten Pittsburgh and Montreal this week. The Rangers own a League-high 12 road wins this season and are coming off a 4-3 home shootout win against Phoenix on Tuesday.

After the Rangers and Flyers square off, there's a lull until the action picks up with six games scheduled for 7 p.m. ET.

Phaneuf returns as Leafs visit Flames

Wednesday, 12.15.2010 / 11:45 PM / Schedule

It's been nearly 11 months since the Calgary Flames dealt their best defenseman, Dion Phaneuf, to Toronto in a blockbuster trade. On Thursday night, Phaneuf will set foot on the ice at Scotiabank Saddledome for the first time ever as a visiting player when he and the Leafs come to town.

Toronto began its Western Canada road trip on Tuesday with a 4-1 win at Edmonton. The Flames have been off for two days since their 3-2 overtime victory against Columbus on Monday.

The game is one of nine on Thursday's NHL schedule -- and one of two that start at 9:30 p.m. ET. Both are in Alberta -- in the other, the Oilers host Columbus.

Pens try to start new streak

Tuesday, 12.14.2010 / 10:54 PM / Schedule

With their 12-game winning streak ended by the Flyers in Philadelphia on Tuesday, the Pittsburgh Penguins will try to start a new one at home by beating the last team they lost to.

One night after losing 3-2 at the Wells Fargo Center, the Penguins welcome the New York Rangers to the Consol Energy Center. The Rangers beat Pittsburgh 3-2 in overtime on Nov. 15 -- the Penguins' last loss until Tuesday. New York is coming off its biggest win of the season, a 7-0 wipeout of the Washington Capitals on Sunday.

The Rangers-Penguins game is one of four to get under way at 7. The Capitals try to rebound in one of the other early starts when they host Anaheim. The Ducks beat Minnesota 6-2 at home on Sunday in their last game before beginning their seven-game trip. Another Western team, the Phoenix Coyotes, begin a long trip with a visit to New Jersey, and the Boston Bruins visit Buffalo.

Rangers-Penguins on Versus

Tuesday, 12.14.2010 / 10:50 PM / Schedule

The Pittsburgh Penguins can be forgiven for feeling like Versus is following them around.

The network was on hand Tuesday in Philadelphia, where they lost 3-2 to the Flyers, and it will air Wednesday's game against the New York Rangers at the Consol Energy Center, beginning at 7 p.m. ET. Before the Flyers' victory on Tuesday, the Rangers had been the last team to beat the Penguins, winning 3-2 in OT at Pittsburgh on Nov. 15.

Fans in Canada can see the Flyers try to build on their victory against the Penguins when they visit the Montreal Canadiens. TSN and RDS both will air the game from the Bell Centre, beginning at 7:30.

Pens-Flyers showdown to be aired on VERSUS

Monday, 12.13.2010 / 11:14 PM / Schedule

One of the more heated rivalries in the NHL will be showcased on national television Tuesday night.

The Pittsburgh Penguins, who have won 12 straight games, will face the Philadelphia Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center. Game time is slated for 7 p.m. ET and can be seen on Versus in the United States, as well as TSN2 and RDS in Canada.

Pittsburgh's remarkable run has allowed it to seize control of the Atlantic Division, although the Pens enter with just a one-point lead on the Flyers (19-7-5). Sidney Crosby enters with an 18-game point streak that has seen him tally 20 goals and 16 assists.

Kings, Wings to skate on VERSUS, TSN2

Sunday, 12.12.2010 / 11:53 PM / Schedule

Two teams picked by many to go far in the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs will face each other on national television Monday night.

The Los Angeles Kings, who reside in last place in the Pacific Division despite being six games above the .500 mark (16-10-1), will face the Detroit Red Wings (19-6-3) at Joe Louis Arena. Game time is slated for 7:30 p.m. ET and can be seen on Versus in the United States and TSN2 in Canada.
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