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The Chicago Blackhawks and defenceman Duncan Keith take on the Vancouver Canucks in Tuesday's marquee NHL matchup on TSN at 10 p.m. Tommy Giglio-US PRESSWIRE (Tommy Giglio/US PRESSWIRE)
The Chicago Blackhawks and defenceman Duncan Keith take on the Vancouver Canucks in Tuesday's marquee NHL matchup on TSN at 10 p.m. Tommy Giglio-US PRESSWIRE (Tommy Giglio/US PRESSWIRE)

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Blackhawks at Canucks

The only team the Canucks dislike more than the Boston Bruins is the Chicago Blackhawks, thanks to a few playoff series. Tuesday, 10 p.m., TSN.

Penguins at Maple Leafs

This is the second of back-to-back, home-and-home games between Toronto and Pittsburgh. If the Leafs are to convince us they are a playoff team, a good showing is necessary here. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., TSN.

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Stars at Ducks

The Ducks went into the all-star break as one of the NHL’s hottest teams with an 8-1-1 record in their last 10 games. Dallas is in and out as a playoff contender but if the Ducks hope to make the unlikely climb to the playoffs they need to get past the Stars. Wednesday, 10:30 p.m., NHL Network.

Red Wings at Canucks

The top two teams in the Western Conference at the all-star break will tangle in Vancouver. Thursday, 10 p.m., Sportsnet Pacific.

Bruins at Capitals

If Washington wants to convince anyone their modest renaissance is real, they’ll have to put up a good show against the Bruins. The reception for Boston goalie Tim Thomas should be interesting. Sunday, 12:30 p.m. NBC Sports Network.

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