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Yzerman's Lightning ready to face Red Wings

Wednesday, 02.16.2011 / 9:09 PM / Schedule

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For the first time since he turned pro in 1983, Steve Yzerman will be hoping the Detroit Red Wings lose.
Yzerman spent his entire NHL playing career with the Wings, then traded his sweater and skates for a suit and tie when he joined their front office in 2006. That all changed last May, when he left the only team he'd ever been affiliated with to become the general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning, a team that hadn't made the playoffs since 2007.

With Yzerman in charge, the Lightning are in first place in the Southeast Division as they welcome the Wings to the St. Pete Times Forum for a 7:30 p.m. ET faceoff, one of seven game on Thursday's NHL schedule.

The Wings have had three days off since completing a weekend sweep of Boston with a 4-2 win on Sunday. The Bolts fell to 5-2-1 on their 12-game homestand when they lost 4-3 in a shootout to Philadelphia on Tuesday.
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Wild-Hawks on Versus Wednesday

Tuesday, 02.15.2011 / 10:57 PM / Schedule

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Forgive the Chicago Blackhawks and their fans if it seems like they haven't seen each other for a while -- they haven't.

The Hawks haven't been home since they lost 4-2 to Minnesota at the United Center on Jan. 25. One All-Star break and six road games later, they're finally back -- and the Wild are again the party of the second part for one of eight games on Wednesday's NHL schedule.

The Hawks had three days to rest after Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss at Phoenix. The Wild dropped a 4-1 decision to Vancouver at home on Tuesday.
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National spotlight to shine on Sabres, Habs

Tuesday, 02.15.2011 / 12:58 AM / Schedule

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One of the more heated rivalries in the Northeast Division will be televised nationally on Tuesday night.

The Buffalo Sabres, who are just four points back in the Eastern Conference playoff race, will visit the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre. Game time is slated for 7:30 p.m. ET.
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Versus, TSN2 to broadcast Caps-Coyotes

Sunday, 02.13.2011 / 10:39 PM / Schedule

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The Phoenix Coyotes' pursuit of first place in the Pacific Division will be televised nationally on Monday night.

Phoenix, which has won four in a row, will host Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals at Jobing.com Arena. Game time is slated for 8 p.m. ET. Phoenix enters Monday's game just one point behind the Dallas Stars in the Pacific Division.
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Bruins-Wings on NBC highlights busy Sunday

Sunday, 02.13.2011 / 1:32 AM / Schedule

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In the Original Six days, a home-and-home series between the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings was nothing out of the ordinary. But that was then -- these days, the teams play only twice a season at most, so the Friday-Sunday matchup between the Bruins and Wings is a treat for hockey fans.

The Wings won 6-1 at Boston on Friday, and the Bruins will be looking for revenge when the teams face off at 12:30 on Sunday at Joe Louis Arena in NBC's Game of the Week. Fans in Canada can see the game on the NHL Network.

The Bruins and Wings kick off a busy Sunday of hockey, with eight games on the schedule.
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Wings-Bruins begin home-and-home

Thursday, 02.10.2011 / 11:21 PM / Schedule

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The Detroit Red Wings and Boston Bruins don't see each other much any more -- not like the Original Six days, when they'd play 14 times. But they'll become very familiar with each other over the next three days -- they begin a home-and-home series with a Friday night date at TD Garden.

The Bruins are coming off an 8-6 victory against Montreal on Wednesday, while the Wings come to Boston off a 4-1 home loss to Nashville.

The NHL Network will show the game in the U.S., beginning at 7 p.m. ET. The rematch in Detroit on Sunday afternoon is NBC's Game of the Week.
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National spotlight to shine on Habs, Bruins

Tuesday, 02.08.2011 / 10:25 PM / Schedule

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The chase for first place in the Northeast Division will be televised nationally on Wednesday night.

The Boston Bruins, who currently sit atop the Northeast by just two points at 30-16-7, will host the second-place Montreal Canadiens at TD Garden. Game time is slated for 7 p.m. ET.

Wednesday's showdown can be seen on VERSUS in the U.S and both TSN and RDS in Canada.
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Sabres-Lightning ready for national audience

Monday, 02.07.2011 / 9:59 PM / Schedule

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The Tampa Bay Lightning's high-octane offense will be on display for American and Canadian viewers on Tuesday night.

The Lightning, who have a three-point lead on the Washington Capitals in the Southeast Division, will host the Buffalo Sabres at the St. Pete Times Forum. Game time is slated for 7:30 p.m ET.
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Versus, TSN2 to broadcast Rangers-Wings

Sunday, 02.06.2011 / 6:07 PM / Schedule

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The New York Rangers' attempt to end a four-game winless streak will be televised nationally on Monday night.

The Blueshirts, who are 0-3-1 in their last four games, head to Motown to face the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena. Game time is slated for 7:30 p.m.
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Sharks-Bruins starts full day of hockey

Friday, 02.04.2011 / 9:37 PM / Schedule

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Forgive the San Jose Sharks if they feel like they're a little sleepy when the puck drops on Saturday.

The Sharks begin the Eastern phase of a seven-game road trip when they pay a rare visit to Boston, the first of 11 games on the NHL schedule. Coach Todd McLellan will have to make sure his troops are ready for the early start -- the 1 p.m. ET faceoff comes at 10 a.m. back on the West Coast, where they Sharks played their first two games after the All-Star break, including Wednesday's 4-3 win at Anaheim. Boston is coming off Thursday's wild 6-3 win against Dallas.

There are two other matinees on Saturday's schedule. At 2 p.m. ET, the New York Rangers try to bounce back from Thursday's 3-2 home loss to New Jersey when they visit Montreal, a game that will be shown in Canada on CBC and RDS. The Canadiens have been off since Wednesday's 3-2 win against Florida. An hour later, Anaheim begins a road trip at Colorado, where the Avs lost 4-3 to Minnesota on Thursday.
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