Viewers across both the United States and Canada will have the opportunity to see first-hand if the St. Louis Blues can remain ahead of the Detroit Red Wings in the Western Conference standings Tuesday night.
St. Louis (21-10-4), which has completely turned things around under new coach Ken Hitchcock, will visit the Red Wings (22-12-1) at Joe Louis Arena. Opening faceoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. and can be seen on VERSUS in the U.S. and TSN2 in Canada.
The Dallas Stars' bid to seize sole possession of first place in the Pacific Division will be televised nationally in the United States on Monday night.
One of the surprise teams in the League this season, the Stars (18-12-1) will attempt to break the first-place tie with San Jose as they host the Anaheim Ducks at the American Airlines Center. Opening faceoff is slated for 8 p.m. ET and can be seen on VERSUS in the U.S.
The Chicago Blackhawks' bid for a fifth consecutive win highlights the NHL's three-game schedule Sunday.
Chicago, which sits atop the Central Division at 20-8-4, will face the Calgary Flames at 7 p.m. ET at the United Center. Ray Emery has been between the pipes for each of the Blackhawks' four straight wins and is now 8-1-2 on the season. Calgary sits in third place in the Northwest Division at 14-14-4 after Friday's 3-2 shootout loss at Florida.
Viewers in both the United States and Canada can tune in Monday night to see if the New Jersey Devils can get back into playoff position in the Eastern Conference.
New Jersey (14-13-1), which is coming off a 2-1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens after Zach Parise came up empty on a penalty shot in the final minute of regulation on Saturday afternoon, will visit the Tampa Bay Lightning at the St. Pete Times Forum. Opening faceoff is slated for 7 p.m. ET and can be seen on both VERSUS in the U.S. and TSN2 in Canada.
The Florida Panthers are enjoying the rarified air of first place in the Southeast Division -- a height they haven't reached this late in the season in more than a decade. The Panthers, who haven't made the playoffs since 2000, will try to grab first place in the Eastern Conference when they visit Buffalo in one of four games on Friday's NHL schedule.
The Panthers will be trying for their second win in as many nights. They went into Boston on Thursday and blanked the Bruins 2-0 behind a 40-save shutout by Jose Theodore. Buffalo is coming off a 4-3 overtime loss to Philadelphia on Wednesday in which the Sabres blew a 3-0 lead.
The Detroit Red Wings' quest to begin a new winning streak will be televised across the United States and Canada on Tuesday night.
The Red Wings (16-8-1), who saw their seven-game streak come to an end with Sunday's 4-2 loss at Colorado, will visit the St. Louis Blues at the Scottrade Center. Game time is slated for 7:30 p.m. ET and the showdown be seen on VERSUS in the U.S. and TSN2 in Canada.
The Chicago Blackhawks' bid for a third straight win will be televised across the United States and Canada on Monday night.
The Blackhawks (16-8-3), who made it two in a row with Saturday's 5-2 win against the St. Louis Blues, will host the Phoenix Coyotes on Monday at the United Center. Game time is slated for 8 p.m. ET and can be seen on VERSUS in the U.S. and TSN2 in Canada.
The Tampa Bay Lightning's bid for a third consecutive win will be televised across the United States and Canada on Monday night.
The Lightning (11-9-2), who just completed a home-and-home series sweep of the Florida Panthers over the weekend, will travel to Minnesota to face the Wild at the Xcel Energy Center. Opening faceoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET and can be seen on VERSUS in the U.S. and TSN2 in Canada.
The Los Angeles Kings have a chance to move into a tie for first place in the Pacific Division on Tuesday night. Their bid to pull even with the San Jose Sharks will be witnessed nationwide.
Los Angeles (10-7-3), which is coming off a 4-1 loss to Detroit on Saturday night, will visit the St. Louis Blues at the Scottrade 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.
It was kind of touching. I didn't know really what to expect. I'm very appreciative and thankful for the people that supported me in my time here ... as I said, we'll move back to the area at some point in our life.
— Toronto coach Randy Carlyle on the video tribute and ovation he received in his first game back in Anaheim, a 3-1 win for the Maple Leafs