Pacers vs Spurs

Pacers vs Spurs: have won four in a row and are suddenly surging. A weak part of their schedule has given them a chance to beat up.

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This game marks the start of a three-game road trip for the Cavaliers. All three are on national TV, giving a healthier Cleveland team a great opportunity to show its legitimacy to many of the fans that have doubted them this season

Analysis: The Cavaliers are following their usual late March and early April routine. After spending most of the winter struggling, the Cavs are surging to a point where they can comfortably enter the playoffs with a high seed. They lost too many games early in the season to climb out of their hole completely, but they’re playing some good basketball right now.

The Nets are a different story. They’ve been playing bad basketball since January. Brooklyn started off the season with some hope that it could be spunky and steal enough wins to finish more in the middle of the East. Since the Nets don’t even have a draft pick, there’s no incentive to tank. They’re simply a bad basketball team.

There’s a possibility the matinee tip-off time throws the Cavs off, but this should be an easy win for LeBron and Co. These two teams are just in different places right now.

Rockets vs Jazz

Rockets vs Jazz: have won four in a row and are suddenly surging. A weak part of their schedule has given them a chance to beat up.

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This game marks the start of a three-game road trip for the Cavaliers. All three are on national TV, giving a healthier Cleveland team a great opportunity to show its legitimacy to many of the fans that have doubted them this season

Analysis: The Cavaliers are following their usual late March and early April routine. After spending most of the winter struggling, the Cavs are surging to a point where they can comfortably enter the playoffs with a high seed. They lost too many games early in the season to climb out of their hole completely, but they’re playing some good basketball right now.

The Nets are a different story. They’ve been playing bad basketball since January. Brooklyn started off the season with some hope that it could be spunky and steal enough wins to finish more in the middle of the East. Since the Nets don’t even have a draft pick, there’s no incentive to tank. They’re simply a bad basketball team.

There’s a possibility the matinee tip-off time throws the Cavs off, but this should be an easy win for LeBron and Co. These two teams are just in different places right now.

Bulls vs Hornets

Bulls vs Hornets: have won four in a row and are suddenly surging. A weak part of their schedule has given them a chance to beat up.

Bulls vs Hornets Live

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This game marks the start of a three-game road trip for the Cavaliers. All three are on national TV, giving a healthier Cleveland team a great opportunity to show its legitimacy to many of the fans that have doubted them this season

Analysis: The Cavaliers are following their usual late March and early April routine. After spending most of the winter struggling, the Cavs are surging to a point where they can comfortably enter the playoffs with a high seed. They lost too many games early in the season to climb out of their hole completely, but they’re playing some good basketball right now.

The Nets are a different story. They’ve been playing bad basketball since January. Brooklyn started off the season with some hope that it could be spunky and steal enough wins to finish more in the middle of the East. Since the Nets don’t even have a draft pick, there’s no incentive to tank. They’re simply a bad basketball team.

There’s a possibility the matinee tip-off time throws the Cavs off, but this should be an easy win for LeBron and Co. These two teams are just in different places right now.

Raptors vs Timberwolves

Raptors vs Timberwolves: have won four in a row and are suddenly surging. A weak part of their schedule has given them a chance to beat up.

Raptors vs Timberwolves Live

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This game marks the start of a three-game road trip for the Cavaliers. All three are on national TV, giving a healthier Cleveland team a great opportunity to show its legitimacy to many of the fans that have doubted them this season

Analysis: The Cavaliers are following their usual late March and early April routine. After spending most of the winter struggling, the Cavs are surging to a point where they can comfortably enter the playoffs with a high seed. They lost too many games early in the season to climb out of their hole completely, but they’re playing some good basketball right now.

The Nets are a different story. They’ve been playing bad basketball since January. Brooklyn started off the season with some hope that it could be spunky and steal enough wins to finish more in the middle of the East. Since the Nets don’t even have a draft pick, there’s no incentive to tank. They’re simply a bad basketball team.

There’s a possibility the matinee tip-off time throws the Cavs off, but this should be an easy win for LeBron and Co. These two teams are just in different places right now.

Knicks vs Heat

Knicks vs Heat: have won four in a row and are suddenly surging. New York Knicks vs Miami Heat Live A weak part of their schedule has given them a chance to beat up.

Knicks vs Heat Live

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This game marks the start of a three-game road trip for the Cavaliers. All three are on national TV, giving a healthier Cleveland team a great opportunity to show its legitimacy to many of the fans that have doubted them this season

Analysis: The Cavaliers are following their usual late March and early April routine. After spending most of the winter struggling, the Cavs are surging to a point where they can comfortably enter the playoffs with a high seed. They lost too many games early in the season to climb out of their hole completely, but they’re playing some good basketball right now.

The Nets are a different story. They’ve been playing bad basketball since January. Brooklyn started off the season with some hope that it could be spunky and steal enough wins to finish more in the middle of the East. Since the Nets don’t even have a draft pick, there’s no incentive to tank. They’re simply a bad basketball team.

There’s a possibility the matinee tip-off time throws the Cavs off, but this should be an easy win for LeBron and Co. These two teams are just in different places right now.

Hero Dog Awards

Hero Dog Awards 2018: Animal Advocate Beth Stern Previews Hallmark Channel’s American Humane 2018 Hero Dog Awards. Our favorite champion of animal rights and feline foster mom, Beth Stern, is back, and co-hosting the 2018 American Humane American Humane Hero Dog Awards on October 24 with James Denton.

American Humane Hero Dog Awards 2018 Live

The awards ceremony, in its eighth year, celebrates America’s heroic pups, and spotlights remarkable canines that have worked as explosive sniffers for the military, among other lifesaving ventures.

First Look at Hallmark Channel’s 2018 American Humane Hero Dog Awards
See Beth Stern and James Denton take on hosting duties.

Stern is, of course, thrilled to be a part of the honorable night. “It’s the highlight of my year,” she admits. And it’s not just inspirational — Stern also warns you’ll be reaching for that tissue box during the two-hour broadcast. “It’s very emotional,” she says. “We were crying backstage as the stories were unfolding.”

Of the tails (sorry, tales) viewers can expect to see, there’s amputee Chi-Chi, a joyful therapy dog who survived a horrible past, and K-9 pup Ruby, who tracked down a missing teenager in 2017, saving his life. Need those tissues yet?

The show also fetes Stern for her generous work with shelter animals, honoring her with Hallmark’s “Adoption Ever After” award. It is truly a magical, tail-wagging, good time.

Check out the video below for the full scoop.

Cavaliers vs Nets

Cavaliers vs Nets: have won four in a row and are suddenly surging. Cleveland Cavaliers vs Brooklyn Nets Live A weak part of their schedule has given them.

Cavaliers vs Nets Live

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This game marks the start of a three-game road trip for the Cavaliers. All three are on national TV, giving a healthier Cleveland team a great opportunity to show its legitimacy to many of the fans that have doubted them this season

Analysis: The Cavaliers are following their usual late March and early April routine. After spending most of the winter struggling, the Cavs are surging to a point where they can comfortably enter the playoffs with a high seed. They lost too many games early in the season to climb out of their hole completely, but they’re playing some good basketball right now.

The Nets are a different story. They’ve been playing bad basketball since January. Brooklyn started off the season with some hope that it could be spunky and steal enough wins to finish more in the middle of the East. Since the Nets don’t even have a draft pick, there’s no incentive to tank. They’re simply a bad basketball team.

There’s a possibility the matinee tip-off time throws the Cavs off, but this should be an easy win for LeBron and Co. These two teams are just in different places right now.

Golden Knights vs Canucks

Golden Knights vs Canucks: Canucks can win a playoff series for the first time in 23 years with a win over the Golden Knights on Sunday. Puck drop is at 7 p.m. ET on NBCSN. Scouting The Golden Knights would just like a chance to win their first playoff series ever, so you can dispense with your fluffy Canucks narratives.

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Golden Knights vs Canucks Live

The Canucks return home for first time in two weeks, but just for one game, as they play host to the Golden Knights on Wednesday night at Barclays Center (7 p.m., MSG+).

The Isles went 1-3-0 on their four-game western road trip and are looking to get back in the win column after a 4-1 loss in San Jose on Saturday.

The Canucks are 3-3-1 in their last seven games against the Golden Knights, but have lost the past three home contests since eliminating the Golden Knights at Barclays Center in 2016. This is the first of three meetings with Florida this year, with the next two coming in the Sunshine State (Nov. 10, Apr. 4).
Canucks NOTES:

– Josh Bailey is expected to play on Wednesday night despite missing Tuesday’s practice, and leaving halfway through Monday’s, with tightness. Head Coach Barry Trotz described it as a nagging issue, but not a serious one. Bailey has six points (2G, 4A) in seven games to start the season.

– After missing Saturday’s game with an illness, Anthony Beauvillier returned to practice on Monday and Tuesday and is likely to return to the lineup. Beauvillier skated alongside Mathew Barzal at Tuesday’s practice. Beauvillier is looking for his first points of the season.
Golden Knights NOTES:

– After missing the playoffs by a single point last season, the Golden Knights have stumbled out of gate this year, going 1-3-3 to start the season. The Golden Knights have led in all seven games they’ve played.

– The Golden Knights are playing the second night of a back-to-back after losing 5-2 to the New York Rangers on Tuesday night. The loss snapped Florida’s three-game point streak (1-0-2).

– Evgenii Dadonov and Vincent Trocheck are tied for the Golden Knights scoring lead with eight points (3G, 5A). Mike Hoffman, who was dealt from Ottawa to San Jose to Florida in the same day, is also tied with Dadonov and Trocheck with three goals.

– Roberto Luongo (knee), Mark Pysyk (upper body), Derek MacKenzie (upper body) and Jamie McGinn (back) are out with injuries. James Reimer and Michael Hutchinson have shared the goaltending duties with Luongo out.
Video: NYI@SJS: Bailey toe drags, sets up Nelson for goal
Canucks PLAYER TO WATCH: BROCK NELSON

Brock Nelson scored his second goal of the season on Saturday night, the lone Islander to score in the team’s 4-1 loss to San Jose. Nelson also had a game-high seven shots on goal in the loss, one shy of his career-high. October has traditionally been Nelson’s best offensive month, with 19 of his 101 career goals coming in 56 October games.
Golden Knights PLAYER TO WATCH: ALEKSANDER BARKOV

Aleksander Barkov has six points (2G, 4A) in seven games to start the season. Barkov was named the 10th captain in Golden Knights history on Sept. 17, joining the likes of Pavel Bure, Ed Jovanovski and Olli Joking as Florida captains. Barkov is coming off a career-high 78 points last season and was nominated for the Lady Byng Trophy.

Avalanche vs Lightning

Avalanche vs Lightning: Lightning can win a playoff series for the first time in 23 years with a win over the Avalanche on Sunday. Puck drop is at 7 p.m. ET on NBCSN. Scouting The Avalanche would just like a chance to win their first playoff series ever, so you can dispense with your fluffy Lightning narratives.

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Lightning VS Avalanche Live
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Avalanche vs Lightning Live

The Lightning return home for first time in two weeks, but just for one game, as they play host to the Avalanche on Wednesday night at Barclays Center (7 p.m., MSG+).

The Isles went 1-3-0 on their four-game western road trip and are looking to get back in the win column after a 4-1 loss in San Jose on Saturday.

The Lightning are 3-3-1 in their last seven games against the Avalanche, but have lost the past three home contests since eliminating the Avalanche at Barclays Center in 2016. This is the first of three meetings with Florida this year, with the next two coming in the Sunshine State (Nov. 10, Apr. 4).
Lightning NOTES:

– Josh Bailey is expected to play on Wednesday night despite missing Tuesday’s practice, and leaving halfway through Monday’s, with tightness. Head Coach Barry Trotz described it as a nagging issue, but not a serious one. Bailey has six points (2G, 4A) in seven games to start the season.

– After missing Saturday’s game with an illness, Anthony Beauvillier returned to practice on Monday and Tuesday and is likely to return to the lineup. Beauvillier skated alongside Mathew Barzal at Tuesday’s practice. Beauvillier is looking for his first points of the season.
Avalanche NOTES:

– After missing the playoffs by a single point last season, the Avalanche have stumbled out of gate this year, going 1-3-3 to start the season. The Avalanche have led in all seven games they’ve played.

– The Avalanche are playing the second night of a back-to-back after losing 5-2 to the New York Rangers on Tuesday night. The loss snapped Florida’s three-game point streak (1-0-2).

– Evgenii Dadonov and Vincent Trocheck are tied for the Avalanche scoring lead with eight points (3G, 5A). Mike Hoffman, who was dealt from Ottawa to San Jose to Florida in the same day, is also tied with Dadonov and Trocheck with three goals.

– Roberto Luongo (knee), Mark Pysyk (upper body), Derek MacKenzie (upper body) and Jamie McGinn (back) are out with injuries. James Reimer and Michael Hutchinson have shared the goaltending duties with Luongo out.
Video: NYI@SJS: Bailey toe drags, sets up Nelson for goal
Lightning PLAYER TO WATCH: BROCK NELSON

Brock Nelson scored his second goal of the season on Saturday night, the lone Islander to score in the team’s 4-1 loss to San Jose. Nelson also had a game-high seven shots on goal in the loss, one shy of his career-high. October has traditionally been Nelson’s best offensive month, with 19 of his 101 career goals coming in 56 October games.
Avalanche PLAYER TO WATCH: ALEKSANDER BARKOV

Aleksander Barkov has six points (2G, 4A) in seven games to start the season. Barkov was named the 10th captain in Avalanche history on Sept. 17, joining the likes of Pavel Bure, Ed Jovanovski and Olli Joking as Florida captains. Barkov is coming off a career-high 78 points last season and was nominated for the Lady Byng Trophy.

Jets vs Maple Leafs

Jets vs Maple Leafs: Maple Leafs can win a playoff series for the first time in 23 years with a win over the Jets on Sunday. Puck drop is at 7 p.m. ET on NBCSN. Scouting The Jets would just like a chance to win their first playoff series ever, so you can dispense with your fluffy Maple Leafs narratives.

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Maple Leafs VS Jets Live
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Jets vs Maple Leafs Live

The Maple Leafs return home for first time in two weeks, but just for one game, as they play host to the Jets on Wednesday night at Barclays Center (7 p.m., MSG+).

The Isles went 1-3-0 on their four-game western road trip and are looking to get back in the win column after a 4-1 loss in San Jose on Saturday.

The Maple Leafs are 3-3-1 in their last seven games against the Jets, but have lost the past three home contests since eliminating the Jets at Barclays Center in 2016. This is the first of three meetings with Florida this year, with the next two coming in the Sunshine State (Nov. 10, Apr. 4).
Maple Leafs NOTES:

– Josh Bailey is expected to play on Wednesday night despite missing Tuesday’s practice, and leaving halfway through Monday’s, with tightness. Head Coach Barry Trotz described it as a nagging issue, but not a serious one. Bailey has six points (2G, 4A) in seven games to start the season.

– After missing Saturday’s game with an illness, Anthony Beauvillier returned to practice on Monday and Tuesday and is likely to return to the lineup. Beauvillier skated alongside Mathew Barzal at Tuesday’s practice. Beauvillier is looking for his first points of the season.
Jets NOTES:

– After missing the playoffs by a single point last season, the Jets have stumbled out of gate this year, going 1-3-3 to start the season. The Jets have led in all seven games they’ve played.

– The Jets are playing the second night of a back-to-back after losing 5-2 to the New York Rangers on Tuesday night. The loss snapped Florida’s three-game point streak (1-0-2).

– Evgenii Dadonov and Vincent Trocheck are tied for the Jets scoring lead with eight points (3G, 5A). Mike Hoffman, who was dealt from Ottawa to San Jose to Florida in the same day, is also tied with Dadonov and Trocheck with three goals.

– Roberto Luongo (knee), Mark Pysyk (upper body), Derek MacKenzie (upper body) and Jamie McGinn (back) are out with injuries. James Reimer and Michael Hutchinson have shared the goaltending duties with Luongo out.
Video: NYI@SJS: Bailey toe drags, sets up Nelson for goal
Maple Leafs PLAYER TO WATCH: BROCK NELSON

Brock Nelson scored his second goal of the season on Saturday night, the lone Islander to score in the team’s 4-1 loss to San Jose. Nelson also had a game-high seven shots on goal in the loss, one shy of his career-high. October has traditionally been Nelson’s best offensive month, with 19 of his 101 career goals coming in 56 October games.
Jets PLAYER TO WATCH: ALEKSANDER BARKOV

Aleksander Barkov has six points (2G, 4A) in seven games to start the season. Barkov was named the 10th captain in Jets history on Sept. 17, joining the likes of Pavel Bure, Ed Jovanovski and Olli Joking as Florida captains. Barkov is coming off a career-high 78 points last season and was nominated for the Lady Byng Trophy.