Senators host struggling Blackhawks on TSN5, TSN Radio 1200
The Chicago Blackhawks have hit a rough patch early in the season, but they hope their recent success against the Ottawa Senators can get them back in the win column. Viewers in the Senators region can watch the action starting at 7pm ET/4pm PT on TSN5 or listen on TSN Radio 1200 Ottawa starting at 5:30pm ET/2:30pm PT.
Kane set to return for Jets against Devils on TSN3, TSN 1290
The suddenly surging Winnipeg Jets will try to stay hot and will have Evander Kane back in the lineup when they visit the struggling New Jersey Devils in Thursday's clash at Prudential Center. Viewers in the Jets region can catch the game on TSN3 beginning at 6pm ct. You can also listen to the action on TSN Radio 1290. Kane has been out since the season opener with a sprained knee.
Statistically Speaking: Slumping Ovechkin still has strong underlying numbers
Alex Ovechkin’s slump, big nights for Abdelkader, Datsyuk and Smith; lineup news, fantasy tips and more in Scott Cullen’s Statistically Speaking.
Blue Jackets lose Letestu, Wisniewski, now have nine regulars sidelined by injuries
The Columbus Blue Jackets have placed centre Mark Letestu and defenceman James Wisniewski on injured reserve and recalled centres Sean Collins and Brian Gibbons from their American Hockey League affiliate in Springfield, Massachusetts.
We Said, You Said: Your reaction to Craig Button's proposed NHL-CHL player agreement
Check out your social reaction to TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button's proposal that NHL-rated elite teenage players be permitted to play and develop in the American Hockey League in our TSN Hockey segment, We Said, You Said.
Fraser: Other officials should have seen Holtby go down untouched
In Thursday's edition of "C'mon, Ref!", TSN hockey analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser offers his thoughts on the goalie interference call on Detroit's Luke Glendening from Wednesday night. Fraser explains why another official should have seen that Capitals goalie Braden Holtby went down on his own.
Yost: Rest makes a major difference in performance of NHL clubs
The people responsible for creating the thirty NHL team schedules have to take into account things like venue availability, travel burden, associated costs of travel, and competitive balance, all while trying to squeeze 2,460 games into a seven-month window. Travis Yost digs in to reveal how much rest matters to a team's likelihood of winning.
Smith leads way as Predators snap Oilers' win streak
Craig Smith had a pair of goals as the Nashville Predators bounced back from their first regulation loss of the season, defeating the Edmonton Oilers 4-1 on Wednesday. Taylor Hall replied for the Oilers (4-5-1), who saw a four-game win streak come to an end on that began on the heels of a disappointing 0-4-1 start to the season.
Abdelkader scores twice in third, Red Wings rally to beat Capitals
Justin Abdelkader scored twice in the third period to help the Detroit Red Wings rally for a 4-2 victory over the Washington Capitals on Wednesday night. Abdelkader broke a 2-2 tie when he took a drop pass from Pavel Datsyuk and beat Braden Holtby from the left circle at 10:34 for his fifth goal of the season. Detroit tied it at 4:04 when Abdelkader scored off a Washington turnover in the slot.
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2014-15 NHL Team Previews
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Hubub: Who goes first: Mac or Jack?
TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button says Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel are 'generational talents' for the 2015 NHL Draft. Who will go No. 1? Discuss it all season long on Hubub.com!
Hubub: The Best Hockey Lines In The NHL
The NHL season may be young, but there's already a solid group of forwards who are finding chemistry with each other. Having said that, what line has been the best so far this season?