The best hockey player in the world will be front and center on Wednesday night as Connor McDavid and the Oilers headline the TNT doubleheader.
The Edmonton captain continues to play the game on easy mode. McDavid leads the league with 39 points in just 22 games. His dynamic partner in crime, Leon Draisaitl, is fourth in the NHL with 33.
The Oilers will face the Blackhawks in Chicago, while Edmonton fans will get a chance to see potential Deadline acquisition Patrick Kane. Although we’re still a long way from the trade deadline, the star winger has been linked to the Oilers in trade rumors dating back to the summer.
Before the Oilers-Blackhawks game will be TNT’s first game of the night, an Atlantic Division battle between the Sabers and Red Wings.
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Here’s what you need to know to watch the NHL on TNT on Wednesday.
What NHL games are on TNT tonight?
TNT is back with a doubleheader, as two of tonight’s matches will be broadcast only on the network.
The first game will be an Atlantic Division game between the Sabers and the Red Wings. After that, it will be a Western Conference game with the Oilers and Blackhawks.
What time is Sabers vs Red Wings?
- Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
- Location: Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, Michigan.
The Sabers and Red Wings puck drop is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET. The match will be played at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.
What time is Oilers vs. Blackhawks?
- Time: 10 p.m. ET
- Location: United Center, Chicago, Illinois.
The Oilers vs. Blackhawks puck drop is scheduled for 10 p.m. ET, but could be pushed back further depending on how long the Sabers and Red Wings game lasts.
The match will be played at the United Center in Chicago.
How to watch NHL games on TNT
- TV channel: TNT (USA)
TNT will host both games Wednesday night in the United States, as the network is set to air the Sabers vs. Red Wings contest, as well as the Oilers vs. Blackhawks game.
How to stream NHL games live on TNT
Select NHL games on TNT will be available to stream in the United States. A total of 62 regular season games will air on TNT and its networks, including Wednesday night doubleheaders.
These games can be streamed through a TV subscription in the TNT app and available on Sling TV.
Sling TV offers NHL fans the ability to access over 60% of the league’s nationally televised games that can be streamed on TNT, ESPN and the NHL Network at the best price.