NHL Network is taking a trip down memory lane this offseason with "Franchise Classics."
The series, which airs each Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. ET, replays historic games from each of the 31 NHL teams. The Network will also air one "NHL Tonight" special each week to showcase the League and the 2019-20 season.
Some of the highlights include the St. Louis Blues' win against the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final; Ray Bourque winning the Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche in 2001; the Edmonton Oilers winning their first Stanley Cup championship in 1984; and Dominik Hasek of the Buffalo Sabres outdueling Martin Brodeur and the Devils in a four-overtime playoff classic in 1994.
Here is the remaining "Franchise Classics" and "NHL Tonight" specials schedule:
Fri, Aug 16: Buffalo Sabres
Tue, Aug. 20: Ottawa Senators/Minnesota Wild
Wed, Aug. 21: Philadelphia Flyers
Fri, Aug. 23: Pittsburgh Penguins
Tue, Aug. 27: San Jose Sharks
Wed, Aug. 28: Tampa Bay Lightning
Fri, Aug. 30: Columbus Blue Jackets
Tue, Sept. 3: Calgary Flames
Wed, Sept. 4: Vancouver Canucks
Fri, Sept. 5: Vegas Golden Knights
Tue, Sept. 10: Washington Capitals
Wed, Sept. 11: Winnipeg Jets
NHL Tonight specials
Thu, Aug. 15: The Social Show
Fri, Aug. 23: Analytics Friday
Fri, Aug. 30: The Blooper Show
Fri, Sept. 6: 2019-20 Breakout Players
Fri, Sept. 13: Sounds of the Season