Saturday, November 3, 2007


Just so you know, I'll be liveblogging the action over here, see if we can get one of our Ranger friends to join me.

Here are tonight's games:

Toronto-Montreal and Boston-Ottawa will lead off Hockey Night in Canada, while Vancouver-Colorado is the late game. Enjoy it, Center Ice-rs.

HD Net's game tonight is San Jose-Los Angeles.

Congratulations to the Islanders for a gimmick done right, when Al Arbour steps back into Fort Neverlose for a day to coach his 1500th Game against the Penguins. The pomp and circumstance, while it may seem odd to the younger viewers, is a fitting tribute to the man who led the team to four consecutive Stanley Cup Championships.

A note to Devils fans that Doc and Chico will be on FSN NY 2, while Sam and Joe will hold it down on MSG and be in HD (Not sure if the Devs broadcast is as well, will find out soon).

Florida and Carolina and Atlanta and Tampa meet in a pair of Southeast Division showdowns.

The Flames and Wild meet for what seems like the tenth time this year.

MOST INTRIGUING GAME OF THE NIGHT: Blackhawks-Blues at Scottrade. Very curious to see how this one plays out. Also, Eric Johnson could return to the Blues lineup to face Kane and Toews.

Anaheim and Phoenix meet in a Pacific Division battle.

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