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Comment: Leafs-Bolts on Sportsnet Ontario - The Toronto Maple Leafs (20-9-1) have lost back-to-back games since William Nylander made his season debut. They'll visit the Tampa Bay Lightning (23-7-1) this Thursday at 7:30 PM ET on Sportsnet Ontario; the Bolts have won six straight, and lead the league in scoring at 3.94 goals per game.
Comment: Duchene and the Sens Welcome the Canadiens - The Ottawa Senators' Matt Duchene is set for a career year, leading his team with 12 goals and 22 assists through 27 games. He'll be eager to avenge the Sens' previous loss to the Montreal Canadiens when the two clubs face off this Thursday at 7:30 PM ET.
Comment: Rangers-Canadiens in Original Six Battle - The Montreal Canadiens (11-9-5) have lost five games in a row. They'll try to right the ship this Saturday when they host the New York Rangers (13-10-2), beginning at 7 PM ET on Sportsnet. These same teams met on November 6, with the Rangers winning 5-3 as –120 home favourites.
Comment: Leafs-Jackets in Post-Thanksgiving Rematch - After taking Thursday off for American Thanksgiving, the 15-6 Toronto Maple Leafs will visit the 12-7-2 Columbus Blue Jackets this Friday in a battle of division leaders. TSN4 will be at Nationwide Arena starting at 7 PM ET; the Maple Leafs beat Columbus 4-2 on Monday as –145 home favourites. ========= Defense in Question as Habs Visit Devils - Two teams without their No. 1 defensemen will meet this Wednesday (7 PM ET, SNET) when the 11-6-3 Montreal Canadiens visit the 8-9-2 New Jersey Devils. Shea Weber (knee surgery) isn't expected to debut for the Habs until December; Sami Vatanen (lower body) is on injured reserve for New Jersey.
Comment: Hedman Responds with 3-Point Night - Just when Tampa Bay needed it most, the Norris Trophy nominee, Victor Hedman, came through in the clutch and delivered a goal and two assists to lead the Lightning to victory in Game 3 over the Washington Capitals. Tampa hopes the big Swede has more to offer, as they try to pull themselves out of the 2-1 series deficit this Thursday. ===== Caps Host Lightning for Game 4 - With two wins already in the bag, the Washington Capitals return home with a chance to eliminate the Tampa Bay Lightning the Eastern Conference final. NBCSN has Game 4 this Thursday night at 8 PM ET; the Capitals are â€“370 to win the series after opening as +165 underdogs.
Comment: Rinne Bounces Back to Force Game 7 - Just when it looked like Pekka Rinne had met his match, he stormed back with a 29-save shutout victory when his team needed it the most. He'll be on centre stage again this Thursday, when his Nashville Predators look to close out the Western Conference Semifinals at home against the Winnipeg Jets. ====== . Jets-Predators in Game 7 - Who will join the Vegas Golden Knights in the Western Conference Final? We'll find out on Thursday (9:30 PM ET, NBCSN) when the Nashville Predators host the Winnipeg Jets. The Predators extended their series to Game 7 by beating Winnipeg 4-0 Monday night as +135 road dogs on the moneyline.
Comment: The Winnipeg Jets' Dustin Byfuglien has stepped up when his team has needed him the most. The hulking defenseman scored twice and added an assist in Winnipeg's Game 3 victory and has led his team physically. Byfuglien is a force whenever he's on the ice and heÃ¡ll be looking to dominate again in Game 4 this Thursday. ======= The Pittsburgh Penguins are once again locked in a playoff battle with their Metropolitan rivals, the Washington Capitals. Game 4 is Thursday night in Pittsburgh at 7 PM ET on NBCSN; the Penguins split the first two games in DC, and Evgeni Malkin (leg) could return for Tuesday's Game 3.
Comment: NHL Odds: Leafs Welcome Boston for Game 4 - After a thrilling 4-2 victory over the Boston Bruins in Game 3, the Toronto Maple Leafs will attempt to win their second straight game and even the series at two games apiece. The Leafs will look to Frederik Andersen to once again steal the show, as David Pastrnak and the Bruins try to push the Leafs to the brink of elimination. ========== NHL Odds: Columbus In Charge Versus Caps - The Columbus Blue Jackets are in the driver's seat after winning the first two games of their opening-round playoff series against the Washington Capitals, both on the road in overtime. The Blue Jackets could complete the sweep this Thursday at home, beginning at 7:30 PM ET on the USA Network.
Comment: Boston Welcomes Leafs for Game 1 - In a battle between offense and defense, this Round 1 matchup between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins has all the makings of a classic. With two Original Six teams taking the ice, there will be no shortage of history to fuel this showdown. Game time is 7 PM ET. Bruins-Leafs in Original Six Matchup - The Boston Bruins (50-20-12) will host the Toronto Maple Leafs (49-26-7) this Thursday in Game 1 of their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series. NBCSN provides the coverage beginning at 7 PM ET; Boston is the â€“155 favorite, but they have multiple injuries to deal with, while the Leafs are perfect.
Comment: Nashville Predators vs Washington Capitals - The NHL-leading Nashville Predators will look to secure home ice advantage throughout the playoffs when they face the Washington Capitals on Thursday. Both teams are destined for the postseason, and this game will act as a measuring stick for both clubs in the leadup to Round One. Don't miss this game between juggernauts. =====
Nashville Predators vs Washington Capitals - The Nashville Predators (51-17-11) complete their final road trip of the regular season this Thursday when they visit the Washington Capitals (47-25-7) at 7 PM ET on NBCSN. Washington has already clinched the Metropolitan Division, so Braden Holtby (.907 save percentage) is projected to start versus Pekka Rinne (.927 SV%).
Comment: No Room for Error in Los Angeles Kings vs Arizona Coyotes - The Los Angeles Kings (42-28-7) are on the right side of the playoff bubble in the Western Conference, but they can't afford to slip up this Thursday when they host the Arizona Coyotes (26-39-11) at 10:30 PM ETn- even if the struggling Coyotes are playing the second of back-to-back games. ========== Dallas Stars vs Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center -
It's a virtual do-or-die game for the Dallas Stars (38-30-8) this Thursday when they visit the Minnesota Wild (42-24-9), starting at 8 PM ET on NBCSN. The slumping Stars are nine points behind Minnesota for third place in the Central Division standings, and the Wild have a game in hand.
Comment: Toronto Maple Leafs vs Nashville Predators - Red Hot Predators Welcome Leafs - Don't look now, but Pekka Rinne and the Nashville Predators are already in playoff mode. They've lost just one game in their last 13 and sit in first in the Western Conference. The Maple Leafs will need to be at the top of their game if they hope to cool off Nashville. The puck drops at 8 PM ET. ========== Washington Capitals vs Detroit Red Wings - The Washington Capitals (41-24-7) will try to continue their revival this Thursday at Little Caesars Arena when they visit the Detroit Red Wings (26-35-11) at 7:30 PM ET on NBCSN. The Capitals have won seven of their last 11 games, with back-up netminder Philipp Grubauer earning five of those victories. Capitals RedWings
Comment: Florida Panthers vs Boston Bruins - Roberto Luongo and the red-hot Florida Panthers (34-26-7) host the Boston Bruins (43-16-8) this Thursday; the puck drops at 7:30 PM ET on NESN. Florida have won eight of their last 10 games to vault into playoff contention, while Boston have won six of seven. ======== Columbus Blue Jackets vs
- Philadelphia Flyers Thursday night features two teams that are going in opposite directions. The Columbus Blue Jackets enter Thursday's contest on a five-game winning streak. They'll be up against a Philadelphia Flyers squad that has won just one game in their previous seven. Both teams have the playoffs in their sights, however, so this matchup should be a spirited one.
Comment: Tampa Bay Lightning vs New York Rangers - Vladislav Namestnikov makes his return to Amalie Arena this Thursday when the 30-30-6 New York Rangers visit the 45-17-4 Tampa Bay Lightning, starting at 7:30 PM ET. Namestnikov has a goal and an assist in three games since the Bolts traded him to New York. ======== . St. Louis Blues vs San Jose Sharks - This Thursday could be a preview of a Western Conference showdown come playoff time - at least that's what the St. Louis Blues are hoping for. Vladimir Tarasenko and the Blues need to start winning games like Thursday's matchup against the San Jose Sharks if they have hopes of postseason play. Puck drop is 10:30 PM ET.
Comment: NHL Odds: San Jose Sharks vs Chicago Blackhawks - The 33-21-9 San Jose Sharks, with newly-acquired LW Evander Kane in tow, host the 27-28-8 Chicago Blackhawks this Thursday at 10:30 PM ET on NBCSN. While the Sharks were buyers at Monday's deadline, Chicago waved the white flag and sent RW Ryan Hartman to Nashville. ========== . Pittsburgh Penguins vs Boston Bruins - Watch out for an offensive outburst this Thursday when the Pittsburgh Penguins head to Boston to take on Rick Nash and the Boston Bruins. There will be a ton of skilled offensive players on the ice for both sides in this one, so expect to see some quality offense in this matchup.
Comment: New York Islanders vs Toronto Maple Leafs - Two of the most exciting offensive players in the league go head-to-head this Thursday (7 PM ET), as John Tavares and Auston Matthews meet up at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. They'll both look to tack two points on the standings for their team, as both are in the thick of the playoff race. Catch these two elite snipers in action.
Comment: NHL Odds: Pittsburgh Penguins vs Los Angeles Kings - The 31-22-4 Pittsburgh Penguins host the 30-25-5 Los Angeles Kings this Thursday (7 PM ET) in what should be a competitive matchup. The Kings are fourth in the Atlantic despite a plus-26 goal differential; Pittsburgh (plus-5) is second in the Metropolitan after an 11-3-1 streak.