Which NHL games are on TNT tonight? Teams, times, matchup for marquee Wednesday night hockey action
Wednesday night means hockey on TNT, and while there is no doubleheader tonight, the single game on the network should be a good one as the Sabres host the Penguins in Buffalo.
The Penguins were one of the hottest teams to start the season, but have since cooled down. After a 4-0-1 start with the offense averaging over five goals per game, the team has dropped four in a row, failing to score more than one goal in their last three straight contests.
Sidney Crosby’s 11 points lead the team, but he has not recorded a single point in the last three games. The captain is also a part of a four-way tie for the team lead in goals with four.
Meanwhile, the Sabres keep on rolling, building a 6-3-0 record thus far this season. The young core group in Buffalo has impressed early on, scoring 4.12 goals per game, the second-highest mark in the league.
Rasmus Dahlin is enjoying the early signs of a breakout season, as the defenseman has six goals and six assists through nine games, putting him in a tie with Tage Thompson for first on the team in points with 12. Thompson enters Wednesday coming off a career six-point night on Monday, potting a hat trick and adding three assists
Here is what you need to know to watch the NHL on TNT on Wednesday.
Which NHL games are on TNT tonight?
No TNT doubleheader tonight, as the network is broadcasting just one game on the schedule.
The lone TNT game will be Penguins vs. Sabres taking place in Buffalo.
What time is Penguins vs. Sabres?
- Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
- Location: KeyBank Center, Buffalo, N.Y.
The puck drop for the Penguins and Sabres game is set for 7:30 p.m. ET. The game will be played at the KeyBank Center in Buffalo.
Kenny Albert, Eddie Olczyk and Keith Jones will bring you the action from western New York.
How to watch NHL games on TNT
- TV channel: TNT (U.S.)
TNT will be home to the game on Wednesday night in the United States, as the network is set to broadcast the Sabres and Penguins.
How to live stream NHL games on TNT
Select NHL games on TNT will be available to stream in the United States. In total, 62 regular-season games will be shown on TNT and its networks, including doubleheaders on Wednesday nights.
Those 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 have access to more than 60 percent of the league’s nationally televised games which can be streamed on TNT, ESPN and the NHL Network for the best price.