Channel Surfing is Too Many Men On The Site’s quick guide to tonight’s NHL action, as well as any other interesting broadcasts in the world of hockey. Included is a list of the scheduled games, game notes, as well as a pregame warm up song.
Philadelphia Flyers @ Washington Capitals 12:30 PM [ Preview ]
San Jose Sharks @ New Jersey Devils 3:00 PM [ Preview ]
Florida Panthers @ New York Islanders 3:00 PM [ Preview ]
Ottawa Senators @ Vancouver Canucks 4:00 PM [ Preview ]
Boston Bruins @ New York Rangers 7:00 PM [ Preview ]
St. Louis Blues @ Phoenix Coyotes 8:00 PM [ Preview ]
Carolina Hurricanes @ Anaheim Ducks 8:00 PM [ Preview ]
Tampa Bay Lightning @ Colorado Avalanche 8:00 PM [ Preview ]
- The NHL’s series of outdoor games comes to an end today, with the Ottawa Senators and the Vancouver Canucks facing off in the Heritage Classic at BC Place in Vancouver. It marks the second and final meeting this season between the two teams. Vancouver won the first match up back on November 28th, 5-2.
- The Sharks take on the Devils today in the final meeting between the two teams. Raffi Torres is expected be back in the lineup against New Jersey. Torres scored twice in his season debut with the Sharks, but San Jose decided to play it safe and scratched him in Friday’s game against the Sabres. Torres missed 59 games due to ACL surgery. [ NHL.com ]
- Both Boston and the New York Rangers are in good positions in their respective divisions. The Bruins are at the top of the Atlantic by six points, but Tampa Bay is inching closer. The Rangers are in the second in the Metropolitan Division, and lead the Flyers by one point.
- Ryan Miller will make his debut for the St. Louis Blues tonight against the Phoenix Coyotes. [ NHL.com ]
The Senators and Canucks will be wearing throwback uniforms. Ottawa will be wearing a vintage white version of their current “O” alternate. The Canucks will be throwing back to the days of the Vancouver Millionaires.
TMMOTS Pregame Warm Up Song:
Dropkick Murphy’s – “Time To Go”
It’s Irish punk and it’s about hockey. That alone makes Time To Go a must in our countdown to St. Patrick’s Day.