NY Islanders at Boston 7:00 PM ET
Nobody needs to remind the Boston Bruins of the fragile and tentative nature of trying to return to action in front of fans at home.
NY Rangers at Philadelphia 7:00 PM ET
The slumping Philadelphia Flyers will hope to avoid a fourth consecutive loss when they host the New York Rangers on Thursday.
New Jersey at Washington 7:00 PM ET
The New Jersey Devils have won four of their last five games and come to Washington on Thursday night to take on a Capitals team that has taken seven of its last eight.
Carolina at Columbus 7:00 PM ET
The Carolina Hurricanes and Columbus Blue Jackets have played their current four-game series about as evenly as it can through an odd number of contests.
Toronto at Ottawa 7:00 PM ET
The Ottawa Senators look to continue their hottest stretch of the season through another Battle Of Ontario when they host the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday.
Buffalo at Pittsburgh 7:00 PM ET
The Pittsburgh Penguins, hindered by several injuries, were looking for scoring depth. When the Buffalo Sabres came to town for two games in two nights, it appeared to be great timing for the hosts.
Florida at Chicago 8:00 PM ET
A pair of first-period goals, another tally early in the second and solid goaltending to maintain the lead.
Detroit at Nashville 8:00 PM ET
Before the Detroit Red Wings can end their scoreless drought, they need to break down barriers.
St. Louis at Minnesota 8:00 PM ET
The St. Louis Blues and Minnesota Wild finally will face off for the first time this season Thursday night in Saint Paul, Minn.
Tampa Bay at Dallas 8:30 PM ET
Andrei Vasilevskiy is pretty much unbeatable right now.
Vegas at Colorado 9:00 PM ET
The second half of the NHL's shortened season has arrived, and with it comes the constant watch over playoff positioning and postseason scenarios.