Your Week in NHL Hockey, November 6-12: A Dearth of National Games

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EDMONTON, AB – OCTOBER 20: Darnell Nurse #25 and Anton Lander #51 of the Edmonton Oilers discuss play during the game against the St. Louis Blues on October 20, 2016 at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images)

Sunday, November 6

There are no nationally televised games in the United States today.

Locally televised in the United States and/or televised in Canada

Colorado Avalanche at St. Louis Blues (5 p.m. ET, Fox Sports Midwest and Altitude TV)

Edmonton Oilers at Detroit Red Wings (5 p.m. ET, Fox Sports Detroit; Sportsnet West in Canada)

New Jersey Devils at Carolina Hurricanes (6 p.m. ET, Fox Sports Carolinas and MSG+)

Dallas Stars at Chicago Blackhawks (7 p.m. ET, CSN Chicago, Fox Sports Southwest+; TVA Sports in Canada)

Winnipeg Jets at New York Rangers (7 p.m. ET, MSG; Sportsnet and Sportsnet360 in Canada)

Calgary Flames at Anaheim Ducks (9:30 p.m. ET, Prime; Sportsnet One in Canada)

Best bet: Oilers-Red Wings

The Edmonton Oilers have continued their hot start to the season, and have even installed themselves on top of the Pacific Division once or twice. Now, it’s a matter of staying that way. The Red Wings, meanwhile, are jockeying for position in the Atlantic Division and want to keep the winning record going. Right now, they have a winning record at home, but the Oilers have also performed well on the road.

Look in on the Flames as well, since they’ll be trying to gain some extra points in the same division as the Oilers. Alternatively, keep an eye on Stars-Blackhawks, because the Central Division looks like it’s starting to round back into its normal competitive self now.