Apr 20, 2013; Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN; New York Islanders goalie Evgeni Nabokov (60) and Winnipeg Jets goalie Al Montoya (35) during pre game warm up at the MTS Center. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Fedyck-USA TODAY Sports

NHL TV Schedule : Week Of November 25

 

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The NHL TV schedule for the week of November 25 is right here and we here at Eyes On Isles have you covered for your viewing pleasure.

The Islanders, losers of eight out of their last ten, return home to Nassau Coliseum for a four game home-stand which will feature contests against some of the brightest stars in the National Hockey League.

Kevin Poulin will continue to have to carry the load in the absence of injured goaltender Evgeni Nabokov and captain John Tavares tries to right the ship that is listing severely on its side right now. Help is still a ways off, with Lubomir Visnovsky in the very early stages of recovering from a concussion as we still await word on the injury status of Thomas Hickey, who was hurt in Philadelphia on Saturday night.

Couple of good national broadcasts this week as well, highlighted by the Boston Bruins visiting the Joe Louis Arena to take on the Red Wings on the night before Thanksgiving in the United States. That is followed by a national broadcast triple header on ‘black Friday’ when most will still be sleeping off their food comas.

So sit back in your favorite chair and enjoy a week of exciting NHL action. Please place all your trash in the proper receptacle and rinse your dishes before placing them in the dishwasher.

 

New York Islanders

Wednesday, Nov 27
7:00 : Jets at Islanders, MSG+ 2 (SD)

 

Friday, Nov. 29
4:00 : Red Wings at Islanders, MSG + (HD)

 

Saturday, Nov. 30 
7:00: Capitals at Islanders, MSG + (HD)

 

National NHL Broadcasts

Monday, Nov. 25
8:00: Minnesota at St. Louis, NBCSN


Wednesday, Nov. 27
7:30: Boston at Detroit, NBCSN
7:30: Philadelphia at Tampa Bay, NHL Network


Thursday, Nov. 28
7:30: Vancouver at Ottawa, NHL Network


Friday, Nov. 29
1:00: N.Y. Rangers at Boston, NBC
5:00: Montreal at Washington, NHL Network
8:30: Chicago at Dallas, NHL Network


Saturday, Nov. 30
2:00: Vancouver at N.Y. Rangers, NHL Network
7:00: Toronto at Montreal, NHL Network


Sunday, Dec. 1
5:30: Detroit at Ottawa, NHL Network

 

 

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