Night gives way to day as Hockey Day in Canada returns for a twentieth year.

The yearly festival of hockey the nation over makes its most recent stop in Yellowknife, as the famous transmission highlight the game in quite possibly of the most northerly local area in Canada. Anticipate that the Northwest Regions should become the overwhelming focus over the course of the day’s program, all encompassing the early game among Ottawa and Winnipeg.

With four games on draft, each of the seven Canadian groups will play on the joined Hockey Day/Night broadcast.

Who plays on Hockey Night in Canada this evening?
Ottawa Legislators versus Winnipeg Planes
Puck drop: 2 p.m. ET
Starting off the NHL’s Saturday plan is an early afternoon neighborhood start for the Planes as they have the Sens. Neither one of the groups begins the day in a season finisher spot, despite the fact that Winnipeg is entangled in a dogfight for a trump card billet and ought to be exceptionally energetic.

Toronto Maple Leafs versus Montreal Canadiens
Puck drop: 7 p.m. ET
The most celebrated competition in the NHL composes its most recent part, albeit the frustrating Habs should begin winning quick to move once more into the postseason discussion.

Nashville Hunters versus Edmonton Oilers
Puck drop: 7 p.m. ET
Two groups right now on the season finisher bubble meet in Edmonton, with the Oilers hoping to end a two-game pallet.

Calgary Blazes versus Vancouver Canucks
Puck drop: 10 p.m. ET
The host Blazes have lost three in succession and Vancouver’s dropped two straight. Something’s need to give.

What direct is Hockey Night in Canada on?
Ottawa versus Winnipeg: CBC, Sportsnet, TVA Sports (French)
Toronto versus Montreal: CBC, Sportsnet, TVA Sports (French), Omni 2 Ontario (Punjabi)
Nashville versus Edmonton: Sportsnet West, Sportsnet 360, CityTV
Calgary versus Vancouver: CBC, Sportsnet, Omni B.C. (Punjabi)
Ottawa versus Winnipeg:, SN NOW, (French)
Toronto versus Montreal:, SN NOW, (French), (Punjabi)
Nashville versus Edmonton: SN NOW
Calgary versus Vancouver:, SN NOW, (French), (Punjabi)
CBC has been the home of Hockey Night in Canada since its TV commencement in 1952.

With Rogers Correspondences turning into the essential Canadian rightsholders for the NHL in 2014, CBC has been joined by Rogers-possessed Sportsnet, CityTV and Omni TV as communicated networks for HNIC games.

Long-lasting host Ron MacLean is joined by David Golden and in depth commentators Jim Hughson, Dave Randorf and Paul Romanuk.

Hockey Night in Canada plan February 2020
Feb. 1 7 p.m. Ottawa versus Toronto
7 p.m. St. Louis versus Winnipeg
10 p.m. Edmonton versus Calgary
Feb. 8 2 p.m. Ottawa versus Winnipeg
7 p.m. Toronto versus Montreal
7 p.m. Nashville versus Edmonton
10 p.m. Calgary versus Vancouver
Feb. 15 7 p.m. Dallas versus Montreal
7 p.m. Toronto versus Ottawa
8 p.m. LA versus Colorado
10 p.m. Chicago versus Calgary
Feb. 22 1 p.m. Winnipeg versus Philadelphia
7 p.m. Carolina versus Toronto
7 p.m. Montreal versus Ottawa
10 p.m. Boston versus Vancouver
Feb. 29 7 p.m. Vancouver versus Toronto
7 p.m. Carolina versus Montreal
7 p.m. Detroit versus Ottawa
10 p.m. Winnipeg versus Edmonton


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