The Washington Capitals snapped out of a three-game funk on Wednesday with a victory at Carolina. Four days and a 6-0 win against Tampa Bay later, they'll try for a three-game winning streak when the Hurricanes come to the Verizon Center for one of three games on Sunday's NHL schedule.
Fans in Canada will be able to tune in to the NHL Network for the 5 p.m. ET faceoff. The Hurricanes will be trying to follow up on their 3-0 victory at Boston on Friday.
It's Saturday, so that means it's Hockey Night in Canada -- and on the NHL Network in the United States.
CBC and the NHL Network both will air Saturday's game between the Buffalo Sabres and the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre. The Canadiens will be trying to bounce back after Friday's 3-0 loss at Atlanta, while the Sabres come to town after a 3-1 home victory against Toronto.
The Chicago Blackhawks begin the second half of their annual "Circus Trip" on Wednesday night with one of the toughest stops in the NHL -- a visit to HP Pavilion at San Jose and a meeting with the Sharks.
Hockey fans in the United States can see all the action on the NHL Network, beginning at 10:30 p.m. ET. It's the Hawks' first visit to the Shark Tank since last May, when they swept San Jose in the Western Conference Finals on the way to the Stanley Cup.
That's the second game of a doubleheader available to U.S. fans, who can tune in to Versus at 8 p.m. ET to see the Central Division battle between the St. Louis Blues and Nashville Predators.
Iginla, 33, has six goals in his last three games. He had Calgary's lone tally Monday night, a 2-1 loss to the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. He is now tied with Bourque for the team lead in goals (9), while Giordano is 2-6-8 in 20 games.
Detroit Red Wings captain Nicklas Lidstrom will be among the guests on NHL Live! on Monday, scheduled from noon-2 p.m. on NHL Network and NHL.com and broadcast on XM Radio.
Lidstrom, 40, scored the game-winning goal in Detroit's 5-4 win against the Calgary Flames on Sunday night. Overall, the first European captain to hoist the Stanley Cup has 3 goals and 17 assists this season.
The NHL Network on Sunday morning will show two programs from the New Jersey Devils' run to the 2003 Stanley Cup championship. That run was orchestrated by coach Pat Burns, who passed away on Friday at the age of 58.
NHL on NBC and Versus television analyst Eddie Olczyk and TV star and fashion designer Alyssa Milano headline Friday's episode of NHL Live! You can catch NHL Live! from noon-2 p.m. ET on NHL Network and NHL.com, and broadcast on XM Radio.
NHL Live! is broadcast from the NHL Store Powered By Reebok in Manhattan.