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Saturday Night Preview

30 of 32 NHL teams are battling it out today and we’ve got you covered with the Saturday night games you can’t miss!

7:00PM EST

Oilers / Leafs  

The Oilers and Maple Leafs get the primetime Saturday night slot in what should be a great tilt between the best Canadian teams in the NHL. Talent wise, it’s hard to think of a matchup that would highlight more superstars than this one. The teams also both still have a lot to play for, as the Leafs are looking to hold off the Lightning in the Atlantic Division and Edmonton is looking to follow up a great win in Boston with another one tonight to get a little closer to the top of the Pacific. Expect a fast, high-scoring affair tonight in Toronto. 

Golden Knights / Hurricanes  

Any time two division leaders face off in the last quarter of the season, it’ll be a great game. With the Hurricanes and Golden Knights playing some good hockey at the moment, they’ll both be looking to grab another win in this one and keep the lead in their respective divisions. While Carolina has a little room at the top of the Metropolitan, Vegas remains just a half-game ahead of the Kings. The game’s over/under is 5.5 goals, so expect a tough, playoff-like effort from both teams. 

10:00PM EST

Stars / Kraken 

This Western Conference battle between two surprisingly good teams could certainly move things around in both divisions. With a loss, the Kraken could fall out of the top 3 in the Pacific. The Stars, on the other hand, could lose their top spot in the Central if they were to fall tonight. It’s the only late game on Saturday to feature two teams in a playoff spot and is the one to watch if your team isn’t playing and you’re looking for late-night hockey to enjoy. According to the odds, it’s also one of the most even games of the entire Saturday slate.  

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