Apr 18, 2013; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; New York Islanders forward John Tavares (91) celebrates his second goal of the first period as Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer (34) and Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Gardner (51) lie on the ice at the Air Canada Centre. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

NHL TV Schedule : Week Of November 18


 

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The NHL is on TV and we here at Eyes On Isles have you covered for your viewing pleasure.

The Islanders, winners of two of their last three, take to the road for a swing that includes Toronto and the state of Pennsylvania before earning their first three day break of the season which has now surpassed its quarter mark.

Time to see if Kevin Poulin can handle the number one job with Evgeni Nabokov on injured reserve (speculation is he could miss up to four weeks) and Anders Nilsson just being recalled from Bridgeport to serve as the backup.

Couple of good national broadcasts this week as well, but as usual, the Penguins are involved (as always). The Chicago-Vancouver game on Saturday night is one that is very intriguing to say the least. The Blackhawks (yawn) currently own the best record in hockey.

So sit back in your favorite chair and enjoy a week of exciting NHL action. Try not to spill anything on the upholstery please?

 

New York Islanders

Tuesday, Nov. 19
7:00: Islanders at Toronto, MSG + (HD)

Friday, Nov. 22
7:00 : Islanders at Pittsburgh, MSG + (HD)

Saturday, Nov. 23
7:00 : Islanders at Philadelphia, MSG + (HD)

 

 

National NHL Broadcasts

Monday, Nov. 18
7:30: Anaheim at Pittsburgh, NBCSN


Tuesday, Nov. 19
7:30: Boston at N.Y. Rangers, NBCSN


Wednesday, Nov. 20
7:30: Pittsburgh at Washington, NBCSN


Thursday, Nov. 21
7:00: St. Louis at Boston, NHL Network


Saturday, Nov. 23
1:00: Carolina at Boston, NHL Network
7:00: Washington at Toronto, NHL Network
10:00: Chicago at Vancouver, NHL Network

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