After a one-game showdown in Chicago on Monday night, the NHL heats up on Tuesday with a six-game schedule.
The action gets under way at 7 p.m. ET, as the Pittsburgh Penguins
battle the Boston Bruins
at TD Garden. Pittsburgh is coming off a West Coast trip that concluded with a rough 5-0 loss at San Jose on Saturday, while Boston snapped out of its offensive funk with a 4-2 win on home ice against Buffalo. The game can be seen in the U.S. on Versus and TSN in Canada.
Also at 7, the Toronto Maple Leafs
will look to make it three in a row as they host the Minnesota Wild
(6-10-0) at Air Canada Centre. Thirty minutes later, the Montreal Canadiens
(8-9-0) host the red-hot Calgary Flames
, who have won three straight. That game can be seen on RDS in Canada. Meanwhile, the Ottawa Senators
will take on the Edmonton Oilers
at Scotiabank Place.
The St. Louis Blues
will look to get back on the right track at 8 p.m. ET, when they'll host the Vancouver Canucks
at the Scottrade Center. St. Louis (5-6-4) has dropped three in a row and has only scored four goals during the slump. The Canucks (10-8-0) have won seven of their last 10.
In the final game of the night, the San Jose Sharks
will look to feed off the momentum created by Saturday's 5-0 win against Pittsburgh as they host the Nashville Predators
at 10:30 p.m. ET. San Jose is 9-1-1 in its last 11 games and leads the Pacific Division. The game can be seen on the NHL Network in Canada.