Montreal at NY Islanders 7:00 PM ET
A lack of a consistent offense has plagued the New York Islanders, who have been shut out three times during a demoralizing 2-5-2 stretch. The Islanders look to snap a three-game winless skid (0-1-2) against the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday when they play their penultimate contest at Barclays Center.
St. Louis at NY Rangers 7:00 PM ET
The St. Louis Blues have a chance to match their longest winning streak of the season but they still have been unable to shake the surging Colorado Avalanche in the Central Division. The defending Stanley Cup champions take aim at their eighth consecutive victory when they open a four-game road trip with a visit to the New York Rangers on Tuesday night.
Ottawa at Pittsburgh 7:00 PM ET
The sputtering Pittsburgh Penguins hope to put a halt to their first six-game regulation losing streak in eight years when they host the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday. The Penguins have been outscored by a 24-8 margin during a skid that is bookended by a pair of shutout losses.
Boston at Tampa Bay 7:30 PM ET
The Boston Bruins have fully recovered from their swoon in December to solidify the lead in the Atlantic Division and can give themselves more cushion when they visit the second-place Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night. The Bruins are 17-5-1 since Jan. 7 and lead the Lightning by seven points in the division after blanking the New York Islanders 4-0 on Saturday with seven points from their defensemen.
Nashville at Minnesota 8:00 PM ET
The Nashville Predators must quickly put a devastating loss behind them when they visit the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday in a key Western Conference game. Nashville and Edmonton were tied entering the third period Monday before the Oilers exploded for five goals in a 5:13 span to prevail 8-3, leaving the Predators in a three-way tie for the final wild-card spot and one point ahead of Minnesota.
Buffalo at Winnipeg 8:00 PM ET
The road has been a difficult place this season for the Buffalo Sabres, who look to salvage something from a four-game trip Tuesday against the Winnipeg Jets. The Sabres have been outscored 12-6 and are 0-for-5 on the power play in dropping the first three games of their road swing, seeing an early 2-0 lead Saturday at Arizona disintegrate with five unanswered goals in a 5-2 defeat that dropped Buffalo to 10-18-4 away from home.
Anaheim at Chicago 8:30 PM ET
The Chicago Blackhawks salvaged what could have been a disastrous four-game road trip with back-to-back victories to maintain a pulse in their bid to snag a playoff berth. Seeking to win three in a row for the first time since before the All-Star break, the Blackhawks enter a favorable portion of the schedule in Tuesday's home game versus the Anaheim Ducks.
Edmonton at Dallas 8:30 PM ET
The Dallas Stars look to make a move in the Central Division with five of the first six games this month on home ice, starting with a visit from the offensively gifted Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. The Stars closed out a three-game road trip with a 4-3 loss at NHL-best Boston on Thursday before suffering a 4-3 shootout setback at Central-leading St. Louis two days later, and sit seven points behind the Blues with one fewer game played.
New Jersey at Vegas 10:00 PM ET
Just as the Vegas Golden Knights were threatening to seize control of the Pacific, they were brought back to earth by the worst team in the division. After having their franchise record-tying eight-game winning streak snapped by Los Angeles on Sunday, the Golden Knights wrap up a four-game homestand against another last-place club in the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night.
Toronto at San Jose 10:30 PM ET
The Toronto Maple Leafs aim to extend a pair of streaks on Tuesday when they begin a trek through California against the San Jose Sharks. The Maple Leafs, who have won four in a row against the Sharks, have erupted for 13 goals during their current three-game winning streak.