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Unbeaten Wings go for fifth straight win Friday

Thursday, 10.20.2011 / 9:06 PM / Schedule


The Detroit Red Wings are one of the two remaining unbeaten teams in the NHL, and they're aiming to stay that way.

The Wings take a 4-0-0 record into their home game against the winless Columbus Blue Jackets, one of four games on the NHL's schedule Friday night. Detroit has been off since Saturday's 3-2 overtime win at Minnesota, while the Jackets fell to 0-5-1 when they lost 3-2 at home to Dallas on Tuesday.

The NHL Network will televise the game in Canada, beginning at 7 p.m. ET.

Pens-Wild to be shown on VERSUS

Monday, 10.17.2011 / 11:18 PM / Schedule


The Pittsburgh Penguins will look to rebound from Monday's 2-1 loss at Winnipeg in front of a nationally-televised audience Tuesday night.

Pittsburgh, which experienced a lot of trouble solving Jets goaltender Ondrej Pavelec, gets right back at it Tuesday against the Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m. ET and can be seen on VERSUS in the United States and TSN2 in Canada.

Minnesota (2-1-2) has earned points in four of its first five games under rookie coach Mike Yeo. The Wild, who have benefited from the play of goalie Niklas Backstrom (2-1-1, 1.94 goals-against average, .928 save percentage), are coming off a 3-2 overtime loss to Detroit on Saturday.

Avs, Leafs set to collide on VERSUS

Sunday, 10.16.2011 / 7:21 PM / Schedule


Two teams off to terrific starts will face each other in front of a nationally-televised audience Monday night.

The Toronto Maple Leafs, who are off to a 3-0-0 start, will host the 4-1-0 Colorado Avalanche at the Air Canada Centre at 7 p.m. ET in a showdown that can be seen on VERSUS in the United States. Toronto, which edged Calgary by a 3-2 score Saturday night, has received tremendous effort from the likes of Phil Kessel (5 goals, 3 assists), Joffrey Lupul (2 goals, 3 assists) and James Reimer (3-0-0, 2.33 goals-against average, .927 save percentage).

Day 2 of NHL Premiere highlights busy Saturday

Saturday, 10.08.2011 / 12:52 AM / Schedule


The pairings will be different but the excitement level figures to be the same on the second day of the 2011 Compuware NHL Premiere series, which features the first two games of a 13-game Saturday.

The New York Rangers, 3-2 overtime losers to Los Angeles in Stockholm on Friday, stay in Sweden for a meeting with the Anaheim Ducks in a 1 p.m. ET game that can be seen on Versus in the U.S. and TSN in Canada. The Buffalo Sabres, who beat the Ducks 4-1 on Friday in Helsinki, face the Kings at 2 p.m. ET in Berlin. That game can be seen on TSN2 in Canada.

The action then shifts back to the other side of the Atlantic for the day's other 11 games, including four that begin at 7 p.m. ET.

Coyotes, Canucks swap 2011-2012 home dates

Wednesday, 07.27.2011 / 3:11 PM / Schedule


NEW YORK -- The dates of two previously announced games between the Vancouver Canucks and the Phoenix Coyotes in the upcoming 2011-12 NHL regular season have been changed. The teams have agreed to swap home dates.

The game between the clubs originally scheduled for Monday, February 13, 2012, in Phoenix (NHL game #836) will now be played on Tuesday, February 28.

In return, the game originally scheduled for Tuesday, February 28, in Vancouver between the Coyotes and Canucks (NHL game #944) remains in Vancouver but moves to Monday, February 13.

Inside the numbers on the 2011-12 NHL schedule

Thursday, 06.23.2011 / 5:21 PM / Schedule

John Kreiser - NHL.com Columnist

The 2010-11 season is barely in the record books, but it's already time to look ahead. The NHL unveiled its 2011-12 schedule Thursday. The season begins on Oct. 6 with three games and ends with a bang on April 7, when all 30 teams are in action -- and the season concludes on a Saturday rather than a Sunday. Each team will play 82 games -- 24 against teams in its own division, 40 against non-division teams in its own conference and the other 18 against teams from the other conference.

Here’s a look at some of the more interesting numbers for the upcoming season:

Bruins-Flyers opener highlights '11-12 schedule

Winnipeg will host Canadiens for its home opener on Oct. 9 at MTS Centre

Thursday, 06.23.2011 / 2:00 PM / Schedule


NEW YORK -- The Boston Bruins raise a Stanley Cup championship banner for the first time since 1972 and Winnipeg welcomes the National Hockey League back to town after a 15-year hiatus when the 2011-12 NHL regular season commences in October. The League announced the full regular-season schedule for all 30 teams on Thursday.

Opening night is Thursday, Oct. 6. It will feature a coast-to-coast North American tripleheader. The Philadelphia Flyers visit TD Garden to face the Cup champ Bruins -- matching epic foes from the last two postseasons. The Toronto Maple Leafs will host their long-time rivals, the Montreal Canadiens, at Air Canada Centre, while the Pittsburgh Penguins travel across the continent to Rogers Arena to take on the Western Conference champion Vancouver Canucks.

Final playoff berth in East up for grabs Saturday

Friday, 04.08.2011 / 11:08 PM / Schedule


It's the final Saturday of the regular season, but the 16-team field for the Stanley Cup Playoffs still isn’t complete.

While the Western half of the bracket won't be determined until Sunday, the eighth and final team in the East could be known by mid-afternoon. The New York Rangers desperately need a win when they host New Jersey at 12:30 p.m. ET in the first of the 11 games on Saturday's schedule. The Rangers are coming off a 3-0 home loss to Atlanta on Thursday and have 91 points -- the same as Carolina, but the Hurricanes own the tiebreakers.

Thrashers-Rangers to air on Versus

Wednesday, 04.06.2011 / 10:35 PM / Schedule


Now playing without the injured Ryan Callahan, the New York Rangers' intense chase for a playoff spot will be televised nationally on Thursday night.

New York, which is just two points ahead of Carolina after the Hurricanes earned a 3-0 win against the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday, will host the Atlanta Thrashers at Madison Square Garden. Game time is slated for 7 p.m. ET and can be seen on Versus in the U.S. The Rangers lost Callahan indefinitely after he suffered a broken leg blocking a shot in the final minute of Monday's 5-3 win against Boston.

Blues-Hawks on Versus highlights Wednesday

Tuesday, 04.05.2011 / 7:55 PM / Schedule


With just five days left in the regular season, the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks still haven't locked up a playoff berth. They'll try to take another step toward one on Wednesday, but they'll have to beat one of their biggest rivals to do so.

The Hawks, eighth in the West, host the St. Louis Blues at the United Center. Both teams have been off since Sunday, when the Blues routed the Blue Jackets 6-1 at Columbus while the Hawks lost 2-0 at home to Tampa Bay.

Versus will air the game in the United States at 8 p.m. ET.
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I was in there icing my face as she was trying to push a baby out.

— Anaheim Ducks forward Ryan Getzlaf on going to the hospital with a facial laceration while his wife was in labor following Game 1 on Wednesday