Ice Cubes | L.A. (20-15-12, which is really a lowly 20-27) comes out of the All-Star break in ninth place overall in the Western Conference, one point behind Calgary (which owns the tiebreaker over the Kings).
The Columbus Blue Jackets look to extend their recent mastery of the Winnipeg Jets when the two teams meet at MTS Centre in Winnipeg.
The Dallas Stars look to finish the first-half of the season with a third straight victory when they host the Boston Bruins at American Airlines Center.
The defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings will try to wrap up their current home stand with a rare victory when they host the Calgary Flames at Staples Center.
The Winnipeg Jets are flying high as they welcome the slumping Arizona Coyotes to the MTS Centre in Winnipeg. Game time is 7 p.m. ET. The Jets will be out for their fifth win in six games and a little payback.
The Ottawa Senators haven’t won back-to-back home games in over two months but they’ll have a chance to end that drought when they host the Carolina Hurricanes. Game time is 7 p.m. ET at Canadian Tire Center.
The St. Louis Blues, in the midst of a dominating stretch, go for their sixth straight victory when they host the Detroit Red Wings in the fourth game of a seven-game home stand at Scottrade Center.
The Nashville Predators go for their season high fourth straight victory when they host the Vancouver Canucks. The Predators have collected at least a point in eight straight contests.
So where is the starting point to define 40 years of GamingToday? Why, at the beginning, of course. Chuck DiRocco created the first issue of SPORTS FORM in May 1976 and the all black and white version promoted a full page, front page photo of Honest Pleasure as the favorite for the 102nd running of the Kentucky Derby.
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