Tonight's soundtrack: Far Gone And Out by Jesus & Mary Chain -- with the Wings/Pens and Ducks/Sens tonight, it's the battle of former Finals match-ups. Of course, the Wings/Pens game will probably hold a little more drama than the Ducks/Sens.
Game of the Night 1: Washington Capitals at Philadelphia Flyers, 7 PM ET
This week's edition of Caps Ups & Downs. GM Paul Holmgren apparently has a new three-year extension in Philadelphia.
Game of the Night 2: Detroit Red Wings at Pittsburgh Penguins, 7 PM ET
Detroit is hoping for fewer weird bounces than the last game against Columbus. If you haven't seen it, here's a link to the original David Shoalts piece about Sidney Crosby possibly skipping the All-Star Game.
Boston Bruins at Carolina Hurricanes, 7 PM ET
It's the mid-season grades for the Bruins. Carolina is looking to avenge an embarrassing 7-0 loss to Boston.
Columbus Blue Jackets at Tampa Bay Lightning, 7:30 PM ET
Nobody wants Mike Commodore for half-price. Don't forget that Columbus was in the running for Guy Boucher during the off-season.
Anaheim Ducks at Ottawa Senators, 7:30 PM ET
Anaheim has played some of its best hockey this season without Ryan Getzlaf. A quick guide to fixing Ottawa's terrible breakout.
Montreal Canadiens at Buffalo Sabres, 7:30 PM ET
Montreal's last win against Calgary was more difficult than expected. Ruff is going all Herb Brooks on the Sabres in practice.
Los Angeles Kings at St. Louis Blues, 8 PM ET
Should the Kings get yet another new jersey design? TJ Oshie may return tonight for St. Louis.
Nashville Predators at Phoenix Coyotes, 8 PM ET
Nashville will bid for the NCAA Frozen Four tournament. Phoenix's last game was their first 2011 regulation loss.
Vancouver Canucks at Colorado Avalanche, 9 PM ET
Has the scoring dried up in Vancouver? Here's an in-depth chart of split stats so far for Colorado.
Minnesota Wild at Edmonton Oilers, 9:30 PM ET
How have Minnesota's left wings recently fared? Maybe Todd Richards should study the Jacques Lemaire playbook.