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November 24 NHL schedule, starting goalies, THN Best Bets & TV guide

Only a pair of games on the schedule today, but the Best Bets must go on...Both THN Senior Writers Ken Campbell and Ryan Kennedy are 5-1 since we began picking nightly games. Can their run of success continue?
The Hockey News

The Hockey News

Only a pair of games on the schedule today, but the Best Bets must go on...Both THN Senior Writers Ken Campbell and Ryan Kennedy are 5-1 since we began picking nightly games. Can their run of success continue?

Here, as we now do every day, is tonight's TV schedule, starting goalies and more.

Detroit @ Buffalo, 5:00 PM ET

TV: FS-D, MSG-B, BELL TV

Probable Starting Goalies: Jonas Gustavsson vs. Ryan Miller

Ottawa @ Carolina, 5:00 PM ET

TV: SNET-OTT, TVA, FS-CR

Probable Starting Goalies: Robin Lehner vs. Cam Ward

The Hockey News Best Bets (with season record):

Ken Campbell, Senior Writer (5-1): Buffalo over Detroit

Ryan Kennedy, Associate Senior Writer (5-1): Ottawa over Carolina

Adam Proteau, Writer/Columnist (3-3): Detroit over Buffalo

Rory Boylen, THN.com Post-To-Post Blog Editor (3-3): Detroit over Buffalo

Edward Fraser, The Hockey News’ Managing Editor, joined THN in 2005 after covering the Jr. B Stratford Cullitons. The London, Ont., native graduated from the University of Western Ontario – where he did campus radio color commentary for both men’s and women’s hockey – with a Master’s in Journalism. He really, really hates the loser point.

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