When a team boasts the likes of Sidney Crosby, Phil Kessel, Evgeni Malkin, and Patric Hornqvist, goals are never going to be a problem to come by.But, with goaltender Matt Murray struggling without an elite backup in Marc-Andre Fleury as well as rookie Tristan Jarry adjusting to the big leagues, the big name forwards need to do more to put their team ahead.Vegas Golden Knights (NBCSN) February 28, 8 pm ET Detroit Red Wings vs. Louis Blues (NBCSN) Now, every Sunday between February 7 and February 26 will host an NHL game shown on NBC, making the shortest month of the year not so devoid of NHL action after all.So, here are the games that have been added to the NBC NHL schedule, and all of the glorious action that they will bring with them.New York Rangers (NBCSN) February 26, pm ET Philadelphia Flyers vs.Montreal Canadiens (NBCSN) February 27, 8 pm ET St. Minnesota Wild (NBCSN) February 27, pm ET Los Angeles Kings vs.Sunday, February 11 ( pm ET) Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Louis Blues (NBC) Both the Pittsburgh Penguins and the St.Louis Blues have been legitimate Stanley Cup contenders for the past couple of seasons, with the Penguins going for their third cup in three years this season.
NBC was set to only show eight games in February, with games on February 1, 2, 6, and 7, as well as on February 26, two on February 27, and the last of the month on February 28.
“Emerald City” was a darker take on the classic “Wizard of Oz,” following 20-year-old Dorothy Gale, played by Adria Arjona, and her K9 police dog from Kansas who, after a tornado, are transported to another world far away — a mystical land of competing kingdoms, lethal warriors, wicked witches, dark magic, and a bloody battle for supremacy.
Vincent D’Onofrio starred as the wizard, and other cast members are Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Ana Ularu, Gerran Howell, Jordan Loughran, and Mido Hamada. It first landed a straight-to-series order for the 2014-2015 season, but NBC opted to pass on the ambitious series, which at that time, was being developed by Matthew Arnold and Josh Friedman.
The NHL’s decision not to attend to 2018 Winter Olympics certainly touched the nerves of more than just the fans.
Player outrage was expected and certainly came forth in droves, with the likes of Brandon Prust, Henrik Lundqvist, Carey Price, Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Erik Karlsson, Anton Stralman, Evgeni Kuznetsov, Kevin Shattenkirk, and, the most vocal of all, Alex Ovechkin, strongly opposing the decision.
Nashville Predators (NBCSN) February 2, 8 pm ET Vegas Golden Knights vs.