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

3 Responses to Your Potential 2010-11 NHL On NBC Schedule

  1. Matt Reitz says:

    “The more things change, they basically stay the same…”

  2. jj says:

    YESSSSSS NBC nothing but Crosby, This fan will skip the Winter Classic and all pens and caps games I’m sick of those teams. We just had a fantastic stanley cup with hawks and flyers and we still get the same 2 teams every week. The winter classic will get a 2.6 -2.8 rating but if Penn State is in a new years day bowl like last year when the flyers were in the classic 2.2-2.5 max. The weekly ratings will be 0.9-1.1 max stupid NBC schedule if you ask me.

  3. Paul says:

    Why do you call it the 2010-2011 schedule when all the games are in 2011?

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