The NHL is back on the airwaves for a second season in 2020, with the broadcast schedule set to open with a pair of Thursday night games against the Detroit Red Wings.
As always, it’s going to be fun.
The league is on ESPN, TNT, USA, Sportsnet, TSN, NHL.ca and Sportsnet Go.
The Red Wings play the Anaheim Ducks on Thursday, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m.
ET (ESPN, CBC, TBS).
The Stars are set to play the Florida Panthers on Thursday Oct. 11 at 8 p.t. on TSN.
The Oilers face the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday, Oct 14, at 3:30 p.p.m ET (TSN).
The Jets host the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night, Oct 20, at 5 p.l.m.(TSN, SportsRadio 610, NHL Network)The Flames play the Minnesota Wild on Sunday, Oct 22, at 8:30 a.m on TTS.
The Predators host the Colorado Avalanche on Tuesday, Oct 24, at 9:30 ET (TSN, ESPN, NHL Mobile).
The Blue Jackets play the Calgary Flames on Wednesday, Oct 26, at 6:30 pm ET (NHL.ca, TESN).
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For the first time since 2010-11, the NHL is going back to its original format, with games streamed on the web, in a single stream on the team’s site and on ESPN.
The format will be updated every three weeks.
It’s going away from the original format of two teams going head-to-head for the playoff spot, which was in place from 1993-94 to 1994-95.
That was because of the lockout, and because the NHLPA made some changes in the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, which eliminated the “playoffs” in the standings.
The league said this year’s format will still be played in the same way, with a one-game playoff for the conference champions, with one team playing in the Eastern Conference Final against the defending champion.
That series will be played Saturday, Dec. 5, in Detroit.
The other teams are the defending champs, the Nashville Predators and Dallas Stars, who are currently tied with four points in the best-of-7 series.
The Stars are tied with the Nashville Coyotes for second place in the conference standings.
It’s unclear who will host the two games, although the Predators and Stars have been linked to the possibility of a third game being played in Dallas on Sunday.
There are a few more surprises on the schedule for 2019-10, including two Thursday night home games against Florida and Winnipeg, along with one Thursday night game in Nashville.
It’s the first year in the history of the league that the playoffs are scheduled to be played on NBCSN.
The games will be broadcast live on NBC Sports Network.
The NHL has not played in either of those markets since the 2013-14 season.
In terms of who will have the advantage in the playoffs, it looks like it’ll be a battle between the Predators (24 points), who have a chance to win the Presidents’ Trophy and finish with the best record in the league, and the Wild (24).
The Predators have won 11 straight games and the second wild card in franchise history.
The Stars have the best chance of finishing with the third wild card, which is currently the Pittsburgh Penguins, with 11 games remaining in the regular season.
The Penguins have a five-game lead on the Wild for first place in that race.
It’ll be interesting to see who the Wild will face in the first round.
After the Panthers beat the Jets 2-0 on Monday night, there’s a lot riding on how well the Stars fare against the Ducks on Wednesday night.
The Ducks have not won in Winnipeg since 2005-06.
The Wild are 3-0 in their last four games.
With that in mind, the Ducks and the Ducks have the edge on who will be the team to beat in the Western Conference in 2019.
I think we’re going to have the Wild win the first two games and then it will be a very close race with the Ducks.
But then we’ll have the Ducks beat the Wild and we’ll start the season 5-0.
One last thing to note: If you’re not already an Oilers fan, the team has a brand new home on T-Mobile.
NHL Playoff Rankings (10/27)Rank Team Record 1