Because Hockey Players Need a Cheap Date Too, That’s Why

Top 2010 NHL Entry Draft prospects Tyler Seguin, Taylor Hall, Erik Gudbranson, Cam Fowler, Emerson Etem and Beau Bennett, Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller and Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown will walk the red carpet at the star-studded world premiere of THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE on Thursday, June 24 at the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live in Los Angeles. Starring Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, Eclipse is the third film in Summit Entertainment’s Twilight Saga, which has become a worldwide phenomenon. One of the most highly anticipated premieres of the year, Eclipse is expected to set new box office records.

THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE invitation-only world premiere is part of the Los Angeles Film Festival line-up centered at downtown L.A. Live, which also will host the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. The 2010 NHL Entry Draft begins on Friday, June 25 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Carried live on Versus in the United States and TSN and RDS in Canada, the first round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft will be telecast from the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles beginning at 7:00 p.m. ET.

THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE opens nationwide on June 30, 2010.

Advertisement

Based on Last Year’s Template, a Guess of the 2010-11 VERSUS Schedule

Again, this could be different due to VERSUS wanting to add more games.  We shall see.

Oct. 7
12:00
Carolina vs. Minnesota
7:00 Philadelphia  vs. Pittsburgh
10:00 Chicago vs. Colorado

Oct. 8
12:00 Minnesota vs. Carolina
3:00 Columbus vs. San Jose

Oct. 10
10:00am Boston vs. Phoenix

Oct. 11
7:00 Chicago  vs. Buffalo

Oct. 12
7:00 Colorado  vs. Detroit

Oct. 18
7:30 Dallas vs. Tampa Bay

Oct. 19
7:00 Boston vs. Washington

Oct. 25
8:00 Los Angeles vs. Minnesota

Oct. 26
7:00 Buffalo  vs. Philadelphia

Nov. 1
7:00 Chicago vs. NY Rangers

Nov. 2
8:00 San Jose vs. Minnesota

Nov. 8
7:00 Phoenix vs. Detroit

Nov. 9
7:00
Washington vs. NY Rangers

Nov. 15
7:00
NY Rangers vs. Pittsburgh

Nov. 16
7:30
Philadelphia vs. Montreal

Nov. 22
7:00
Washington vs. New Jersey

Nov. 29
7:00
Dallas vs. Carolina

Nov. 30
8:30
St. Louis vs. Chicago

Dec. 6
7:00
San Jose vs. Detroit

Dec. 7
7:00
Buffalo vs. Boston

Dec. 13
7:00
Los Angeles vs. Detroit

Dec. 14
7:00
Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia

Dec. 20
7:00
Anaheim vs. Boston

Dec. 21
7:00
New Jersey vs. Washington

Dec. 27
7:00
NY Islanders vs. NY Rangers

Dec. 28
8:00
Chicago vs. St. Louis

Jan. 3
7:00
Boston vs. Toronto
10:00 Chicago vs. Los Angeles

Jan. 4
9:00
Buffalo vs. Colorado

Jan. 10
7:00
Boston vs. Pittsburgh

Jan. 11
7:00 Minnesota vs. Nashville

Jan. 17
8:30
Los Angeles vs. Dallas

Jan. 18
7:00
Detroit vs. Pittsburgh

Jan. 24
7:00
NY Rangers vs. Washington

Jan. 25
7:00
Montreal vs. Philadelphia

Feb. 1
8:00
Colorado vs. St. Louis

Feb. 7
7:00
NY Rangers vs. Detroit

Feb. 8
7:00
San Jose vs. Washington

Feb. 14
9:00
Washington vs. Phoenix

Feb. 15
8:00
San Jose vs. Minnesota

Feb. 20
6:00 Montreal vs. Calgary

Feb. 21
7:00
Washington vs. Pittsburgh

Feb. 22
7:00
Phoenix  vs. Philadelphia

Feb. 28
8:00
Chicago vs. Minnesota

Mar. 1
9:00
Dallas vs. Phoenix

Mar. 7
8:00
Columbus vs. St. Louis

Mar. 8
8:00
Colorado vs. Minnesota

Mar. 14
7:00
Tampa Bay vs. Toronto

Mar. 15
7:00
Carolina vs. Buffalo

Mar. 21
7:00
Pittsburgh vs. Detroit

Mar. 22
7:00
New Jersey vs. Boston

Mar. 28
7:00
Chicago vs. Detroit

Mar. 29
8:00
Minnesota vs. St. Louis

Apr. 4
7:00
Boston vs. NY Rangers
10:30 Los Angeles vs. San Jose

Apr. 5
7:00
Tampa Bay vs. Buffalo

Your Potential 2010-11 Hockey Night in Canada Schedule

Oct. 7
7:00
Montreal vs. Toronto
10:00 Calgary vs. Edmonton

Oct. 9
12:00
Phoenix vs. Boston
3:00 San Jose vs. Columbus
7:00 Ottawa vs. Toronto
7:00 Montreal vs. Pittsburgh
10:00 Los Angeles vs. Vancouver

Oct. 16
7:00
Ottawa vs. Montreal
10:00 Edmonton vs. Calgary

Oct. 23
7:00
Montreal vs. Ottawa
7:00 Toronto vs. Philadelphia
10:00 San Jose vs. Edmonton

Oct. 30
7:00
NY Rangers vs. Toronto
7:00 Florida vs. Montreal
7:00 Boston vs. Ottawa
10:00 Washington vs. Calgary

Nov. 6
7:00
Buffalo vs. Toronto
7:00 Ottawa vs. Montreal
10:00 Detroit vs. Vancouver

Nov. 13
7:00
Ottawa vs. Boston
7:00 Vancouver vs. Toronto
7:00 Carolina vs. Montreal
10:00 Calgary vs. San Jose

Nov. 20
7:00
Toronto vs. Montreal
10:00 Chicago vs. Vancouver

Nov. 27
1:00
Calgary vs. Pittsburgh
7:00 Buffalo vs. Montreal
7:00 Toronto vs. Ottawa
10:00 San Jose vs. Edmonton

Dec. 4
2:00
San Jose vs. Montreal
7:00 Boston vs. Toronto
7:00 Buffalo vs. Ottawa
10:00 St. Louis vs. Edmonton

Dec. 11
7:00
Montreal vs. Toronto
10:00 Tampa Bay vs. Vancouver

Dec. 18
7:00
Toronto vs. Vancouver
10:00 Minnesota vs. Calgary

Jan. 1
1:00
Washington vs. Pittsburgh
7:00 Toronto vs. Ottawa
10:00 Calgary vs. Edmonton

Jan. 8
7:00
Boston vs. Montreal
7:00 Tampa Bay vs. Ottawa
10:00 Detroit vs. Vancouver

Jan. 15
7:00
Calgary vs. Toronto
7:00 NY Rangers vs. Montreal
10:00 Edmonton vs. Los Angeles

Jan. 22
7:00
Washington vs. Toronto
7:00 Anaheim vs. Montreal
10:00 Calgary vs. Vancouver

Jan. 29-30
All-Star Weekend

Feb. 5
2:00
NY Rangers vs. Montreal
7:00 Toronto vs. Buffalo
7:00 Ottawa vs. NY Islanders
7:00 Edmonton vs. Columbus
10:00 Los Angeles vs. Calgary

Feb. 12 (HDIC)
2:00
Ottawa vs. Edmonton
7:00 Toronto vs. Montreal
10:00 Calgary vs. Vancouver

Feb. 19
3:30
Atlanta vs. Edmonton
7:00 Ottawa vs. Toronto
10:00 Dallas vs. Vancouver

Feb. 20
6:00
Montreal vs. Calgary

Feb. 26
7:00
Pittsburgh vs. Toronto
7:00 Carolina vs. Montreal
7:00 Philadelphia vs. Ottawa
10:00 Boston vs. Vancouver

Mar. 5
4:00
Vancouver vs. Los Angeles
7:00 Chicago vs. Toronto
10:00 Edmonton vs. Colorado

Mar. 12
2:00
Montreal vs. Pittsburgh
7:00 Buffalo vs. Toronto
10:00 Vancouver vs. Calgary

Mar. 19
7:00
Tampa Bay vs. Ottawa
7:00 Boston vs. Toronto
10:00 Colorado vs. Edmonton

Mar. 26
7:00
Washington vs. Montreal
7:00 Toronto vs. Detroit
10:00 Calgary vs. Edmonton

Apr. 2
7:00
Toronto vs. Ottawa
7:00 Montreal vs. New Jersey
10:00 Edmonton vs. Vancouver

Apr. 9
1:00
Ottawa vs. Boston
7:00 Montreal vs. Toronto
10:00 Vancouver vs. Calgary

Your Potential 2010-11 NHL On NBC Schedule

Remember, potential.  This could end up being different.  But here’s what it looks like, according to what I’m reading.

January 1
1:00
Washington vs. Pittsburgh

January 23
1:00
Philadelphia vs. Chicago 

February 6
12:30
Pittsburgh vs. Washington

February 13
12:30
Pittsburgh vs. NY Rangers OR Boston vs. Detroit OR NY Islanders vs. Buffalo OR Carolina vs. Atlanta

February 20
12:30
Washington vs. Buffalo OR Philadelphia vs. NY Rangers OR Pittsburgh vs. Chicago OR Detroit vs. Minnesota

March 6
12:30
Philadelphia vs. NY Rangers OR Washington vs. Florida OR Buffalo vs. Minnesota

March 13
12:30
Chicago vs. Washington OR Los Angeles vs. Dallas

March 20
12:30
NY Rangers vs. Pittsburgh

April 3
12:30
NY Rangers vs. Philadelphia OR Buffalo vs. Carolina OR Minnesota vs. Detroit OR St. Louis vs. Columbus

April 10
12:30
Boston vs. New Jersey OR Pittsburgh vs. Atlanta OR Detroit vs. Chicago OR Dallas vs. Minnesota

Your 2010-11 NHL Schedule is…

Here.  Enjoy.  Potential NBC schedule first.  Then CBC, then VERSUS, then TSN.  Let’s do it.

NHL COO Collins Wins Executive of the Year

From NHL.com:

John Collins, the NHL’s chief operating officer of business & media, was named Executive of the Year at the 8th Annual American Business Awards, presented Monday night in New York City. The American Business Awards are the only national, all-encompassing awards program honoring great performances in business.

Collins, who has been with the League since 2007 and the COO since August of 2008, is the man behind the NHL’s recent surge in business, media and communications. His work led to the NHL receiving record numbers across all media platforms during the 2010 regular season and Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Before the Rest of the Thing Comes Out, Here’s Your Home Openers

Courtesy Blueland Blog:

ANAHEIM – Wednesday, Oct. 13, Vancouver.

ATLANTA – Friday, Oct. 8, Washington.

BOSTON – Thursday, Oct. 21, Washington.

BUFFALO – Saturday, Oct. 9, NY Rangers.

CALGARY – Sunday, Oct. 10, Los Angeles.

CAROLINA – Wednesday, Oct. 27, Washington.

CHICAGO – Saturday, Oct. 9, Detroit.

COLORADO – Thursday, Oct. 7, Chicago.

COLUMBUS – Friday, Oct. 15, Chicago.

DALLAS – Thursday, Oct. 14, Detroit.

DETROIT – Friday, Oct. 8, Anaheim.

EDMONTON – Thursday, Oct. 7, Calgary.

FLORIDA – Saturday, Oct. 16, Tampa Bay.

LOS ANGELES – Tuesday, Oct. 12, Atlanta.

MINNESOTA – Thursday, Oct. 14, Edmonton.

MONTREAL – Wednesday, Oct. 13, Tampa Bay.

NASHVILLE – Saturday, Oct. 9, Anaheim.

NEW JERSEY – Friday, Oct. 8, Dallas.

NY ISLANDERS – Saturday, Oct. 9, Dallas.

NY RANGERS – Friday, Oct. 15, Toronto.

OTTAWA – Friday, Oct. 8, Buffalo.

PHILADELPHIA – Monday, Oct. 11, Colorado.

PHOENIX – Saturday, Oct. 16, Detroit.

PITTSBURGH – Thursday, Oct. 7, Philadelphia.

ST. LOUIS – Saturday, Oct. 9, Philadelphia.

SAN JOSE – Saturday, Oct. 16, Atlanta.

TAMPA BAY – Saturday, Oct. 9, Atlanta.

TORONTO – Thursday, Oct. 7, Montreal.

VANCOUVER – Saturday, Oct. 9, Los Angeles.

WASHINGTON – Saturday, Oct. 9, New Jersey.

Morning Music Breakdown

Here’s what is going to happen today.

At Noon, the NHL will release it’s schedule.  All afterwards, I’ll be posting potential NBC, VERSUS, CBC and TSN scheds for the rest of the day.

Hope you enjoy it, and enjoy the bit of housekeeping we do at 10 … and music still on MTV.