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Schedule

Bruins-Rangers collide on VERSUS

Wednesday, 11.17.2010 / 1:15 AM / Schedule

NHL.com

The New York Rangers will put their three-game winning streak on the line in front of a nationally-televised audience Wednesday night.

The Blueshirts, who are coming off an intense overtime win at Pittsburgh on Monday night, head home to face the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden. Game time is slated for 7 p.m.

Wednesday's showdown can be seen on VERSUS in the U.S.

Canadian fans will be treated to the rare matchup featuring the Penguins and Vancouver Canucks, which will take place at 7 p.m. at the CONSOL Energy Center. That game can be seen on TSN.
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Flyers-Habs highlights television schedule

Tuesday, 11.16.2010 / 1:51 AM / Schedule

NHL.com

The first rematch of the 2010 Eastern Conference Finals will take place on a national stage Tuesday night.

The red-hot Philadelphia Flyers, who are 9-0-1 in their last 10 games, travel to Montreal to face the Canadiens at the Bell Centre. Philadelphia disposed of Montreal in five games last postseason and headed to the 2010 Stanley Cup Final.

Monday's showdown can be seen on Versus in the U.S. and RDS and TSN-HABS in Canada.
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Flames-Coyotes on TSN Friday

Thursday, 11.11.2010 / 10:39 PM / Schedule

NHL.com

Hockey fans in Canada can tune in to TSN Friday night when the Calgary Flames try for back-to-back road wins when they visit the Phoenix Coyotes .

Both teams are coming off wins. The Flames have had two days off since a 4-2 win at Colorado, while the Coyotes come home for the 9 p.m. ET faceoff after a 2-1 victory at Chicago on Wednesday.

It's one of six games on the schedule, three of which begin at 7 p.m. ET.
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Canadiens and Bruins renew rivalry

Thursday, 11.11.2010 / 12:14 AM / Schedule

NHL.com

It's hard to believe the NHL season is five weeks old and the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins are meeting for the first time.

But that's the case -- the Northeast Division rivals have gone more than a month without crossing paths. However, that will all change on Thursday night, when the Canadiens come to TD Garden for the first of six meetings this season.

The game will be shown on TSN and RDS in Canada and is one of 10 games on Thursday's schedule. It's also one of five scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET.
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NHL releases national TV schedule

Wednesday, 08.25.2010 / 5:22 PM / Schedule

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

"Canadian fans are watching the NHL more than ever before. We have another strong schedule this year with a great balance of all the Canadian teams and the NHL's biggest starts. It should be another fantastic year of NHL hockey."
-- Stewart Johnston, President of TSN

With ratings up across the board last season, the networks responsible for bringing the excitement of the National Hockey League into every living room in North America are at it again trying to make a good thing even better.

The national network television schedules were revealed Wednesday, a sign that the upcoming hockey season is quickly approaching. Behind the scenes there's an abundance of excitement and anticipation that has network executives buzzing about what's in store for 2010-11.

For instance, Versus, now in its sixth season as a broadcast partner with the NHL, is gearing up for its most expanded coverage ever. It will broadcast a network record 78 games, including 53 exclusively, and added 30 pre-game Hockey Central broadcasts to its regular-season schedule.
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NHL unveils 2010-11 national television schedule

League partners building on three years of ratings, viewership growth

Wednesday, 08.25.2010 / 2:00 PM / Schedule

NHL.com

NEW YORK – The National Hockey League (NHL) announced today the television schedules for national partners NBC Sports, VERSUS, CBC, TSN, TSN2, RDS, RIS and NHL Network Canada for the 2010-11 NHL regular-season.

In the U.S., NBC Sports and VERSUS return for a sixth consecutive season as national television partners. In Canada, CBC's Hockey Night in Canada begins its 58th regular-season of NHL® broadcasts while TSN, whose relationship with the NHL dates back to 1987, continues as the national English-language cable partner. RDS, the French-language telecast partner of the NHL, has been televising NHL games since its inception in 1989 and enters its eighth consecutive season presenting every Montreal Canadiens game.
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Record overseas slate highlights pre-season schedule

Monday, 08.09.2010 / 2:18 PM / Schedule

NHL.com

NEW YORK -- An historic number of NHL clubs playing international games highlights the National Hockey League's 2010-11 pre-season schedule, the dates and start times of which were announced today. Six clubs -- the Boston Bruins, Phoenix Coyotes, Minnesota Wild, Carolina Hurricanes, San Jose Sharks and Columbus Blue Jackets -- will play a total of seven games throughout Europe as they prepare to open the regular season overseas in the 2010 Compuware NHL Premiere.

The Bruins, making their first overseas appearance in 50 years, will play pre-season games in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Oct. 2 and Liberec, Czech Republic on Oct. 5 in advance of the their two-game regular-season opener against the Coyotes in Prague Oct. 9-10. The Coyotes will tune up for their showdown with the Bruins by traveling to Riga, Latvia for a game against Dinamo Riga on Oct. 6.
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