First up is a battle between the two New York clubs, as the Islanders host the Rangers on Long Island. It’s the second consecutive night being broadcasted on national TV for the Rangers, who hosted the defending champion Avalanche on ESPN last night. The Islanders are off to a slow start, owning the worst record in the East so far at 2-4-0.
Wrapping up the TNT action will be a contest between the Ducks and the Lightning out in California. Anaheim is currently on a five-game losing streak, failing to find a win after securing a victory in their opener. Tampa Bay is 3-3-0, coming off back-to-back wins over the Panthers and Islanders.The NHL on TNT crew, with Liam McHugh, Paul Bissonnette, Anson Carter, Rick Tocchet and of course, Wayne Gretzky, are set to break down all the action tonight pregame, between periods and postgame as well.
Who is playing on the NHL on TNT tonight?
There are two games tonight that will be featured on TNT.
The first is the Rangers and Islanders, who meet in a Metro Division matchup. Following that game will be the Lightning and Ducks, who are going head-to-head for the first time this season.
What time is Rangers vs. Islanders?
- Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
- Location: UBS Arena, Elmont, N.Y.
The puck drop for the Rangers and Islanders game is set for 7:30 p.m. ET. The game will be played at UBS Arena in Elmont, N.Y.
Kenny Albert, Eddie Olczyk and Keith Jones will bring you the action from Long Island.
What time is Lightning vs. Ducks?
- Time: 10 p.m. ET
- Location: Honda Center, Anaheim, Cali.
The puck drop for the Lightning and Ducks game is set for 10 p.m. ET. The game will be played at the Honda Center.
Brendan Burke and Darren Pang will provide commentary while Jennifer Botterill will be the rinkside reporter.
How to watch NHL games on TNT
- TV channel: TNT (U.S.)
TNT will be home to both games on Wednesday night in the United States, as the network is set to broadcast two games.
How to live stream NHL games on TNT
Select NHL games will be available to stream in the United States on TNT. 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, in addition to being 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.