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NHLN-US to air six NHL games in five days @NHLdotcom

Barely a week into the 2012-13 NHL season, the action has already been fast and furious. Now the NHL Network, the home for all the latest news and highlights, will be providing an awesome slate of non-stop game action leading into week two of this NHL campaign.

With six games over the next five nights, NHL fans will have a relentless slate of competition featuring some of the League's top teams and rivalries. That busy schedule kicks off Thursday night as the Rangers, fresh off their first win of the young season, visit Atlantic Division rival Philadelphia, which is looking to get its first victory this year.

The packed NHL schedule will peak over the weekend, as the NHL Network broadcasts three games over a 24-hour period, starting Saturday afternoon when the Colorado Avalanche come to San Jose to take on the Sharks. It all winds up Monday night when the Staal brothers and the Carolina Hurricanes host the Boston Bruins in Raleigh.

Here is the upcoming schedule of games on the NHL Network. Local blackouts apply.

Thursday Jan. 24, 7 P.M. ET - Rangers at Flyers

Friday Jan. 25, 7:30 P.M. ET - Wild at Red Wings

Saturday Jan. 26, 4 P.M. ET - Avalanche at Sharks

Saturday Jan. 26, 7 P.M. ET - Maple Leafs at Rangers

Sunday Jan. 27, 3 P.M. ET - Sabres at Capitals

Monday Jan. 28, 7 P.M. ET - Bruins at Hurricanes

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