Anaheim at Boston 1:00 PM ET
The Boston Bruins showed they can be every bit as dominant at home as they were on their season-opening four-game road trip. The Bruins look to ride the momentum of their second shutout and fourth win in five outings when they host the Anaheim Ducks on Monday afternoon.
Minnesota at Ottawa 1:00 PM ET
The Minnesota Wild were unable to hit the ground running in their home opener and, as a result, have limped out to their worst four-game start in franchise history. The Wild continue their pursuit of that elusive first victory on Monday afternoon when they open a three-game road trip against the Ottawa Senators.
Florida at New Jersey 1:00 PM ET
A pair of teams trying to find their way during a disappointing start to the season look to create a spark when the Florida Panthers visit the winless New Jersey Devils on Monday afternoon. The Panthers have won just once in five games (1-2-2) after falling 3-2 in a shootout at the New York Islanders on Saturday and the Devils (0-3-2) have been shut out in two of their last three contests.
St. Louis at NY Islanders 1:00 PM ET
The New York Islanders wiped the slate clean before their last game and look to build off that solid performance when they host the reigning Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues on Monday afternoon. The Islanders stumbled out of the gate with three losses in four games before grinding out a 3-2 shootout victory over Florida on Saturday, which brought back memories of their successful 2018-19 season.
Dallas at Buffalo 3:00 PM ET
The Buffalo Sabres began the season with a five-game point streak but have gone beyond regulation in each of their last three contests. They hope to extend their run without the need for extra time when they conclude a three-game homestand Monday afternoon against the Dallas Stars.
Colorado at Washington 5:00 PM ET
The Colorado Avalanche proved their mettle during their season-opening four-game homestand, winning the first three contests by two goals apiece before pulling out an overtime victory in their last outing. The Avalanche hope their success travels well on Monday when they begin a season-high six-game trek against the Washington Capitals.
Edmonton at Chicago 8:30 PM ET
The Edmonton Oilers have shot out of the gate this season, setting an NHL record with five consecutive comeback victories to start a campaign under new coach Dave Tippett. They hope to make it easier on themselves when they conclude their four-game road trip Monday against the Chicago Blackhawks.