Tonight's soundtrack: Supermassive Black Hole by Muse -- Because there's no Game of the Night tonight; instead, there are 13 games to get sucked into. That's enough to keep the remote going for a good six or seven hours. Thank you, Center Ice.
Detroit Red Wings at Atlanta Thrashers, 7 PM ET
It's a bit early to call for the trade of Zach Bogosian. Detroit has seen plenty of Atlanta's ex-Blackhawks in the past.
Pittsburgh Penguins at Buffalo Sabres, 7 PM ET
The early votes are in and Sidney Crosby is unsurprisingly leading the All-Star votes. With Ryan Miller hurt again, get used to Patrick Lalime and his famous blunders.
Washington Capitals at Carolina Hurricanes, 7 PM ET
Take a look at the Caps at the quarter mark. What did Paul Maurice have to say at the season ticket holder Q&A?
Columbus Blue Jackets at New York Islanders, 7 PM ET
The Isles hope that shuffling lines and shooting the puck will get them out of their doldrums. Despite playing well lately, Columbus has to be careful of taking the Isles lightly.
Los Angeles Kings at Montreal Canadiens, 7:30 PM ET
Frame-by-frame review of Ryan Smyth's controversial goal against the Senators. Habs fans, want stickers of your favorite team?
Dallas Stars at Ottawa Senators, 7:30 PM ET
Dallas needs to break their habit of falling behind early on. The Sens won't be changing their lineup tonight.
New York Rangers at Tampa Bay Lightning, 7:30 PM ET
Join Blueshirt Banter, along with NYR alum, for a viewing party tonight. And if you're in the Tampa area, MC Hammer will perform following the game. Yes, MC Hammer. Tonight. After the Bolts game.
Boston Bruins at Florida Panthers, 7:30 PM ET
This will be Nathan Horton's first trip back to the BankAtlantic Center. LBC takes a closer look at stats through 19 Florida Panther games. How about that shots-for number?
Calgary Flames at New Jersey Devils, 7:30 PM ET
Can the Devils build off their strong 5-0 thumping of the Caps? All is not lost yet for the Flames.
St. Louis Blues at Nashville Predators, 8 PM ET
What are St. Louis fans thankful for? (No word if Keith Tkachuk is thankful for giant helpings of turkey and potatoes.) Fortunately for the Preds, Pekka Rinne is on a hot streak.
Philadelphia Flyers at Minnesota Wild, 8 PM ET
Take a moment to remember the Spectrum. Who's up and down on the Minnesota Wild stock market?
Colorado Avalanche at Vancouver Canucks, 10 PM ET
Tonight is Craig Anderson's first start against his division rival. Kirk MacLean gets honored tonight in Vancouver.
Chicago Blackhawks at San Jose Sharks, 10:30 PM ET
San Jose still needs to shake off their funk and find consistency. Are the Blackhawks facing a leadership problem in the locker room?