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November 26 NHL schedule, starting goalies, THN Best Bets & TV guide

Just one game on the NHL schedule tonight, but it has the potential to be a rough-and-tumble one. The last time the Stars and Ducks met, Anaheim roared back with five straight goals to take a 6-3 decision. The game was capped off by a scrap between Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin and Stars captain Jamie Benn.
The Hockey News

The Hockey News

Just one game on the NHL schedule tonight, but it has the potential to be a rough-and-tumble one. The last time the Stars and Ducks met, back on Oct. 20, Anaheim roared back with five straight goals to take a 6-3 decision.

The game that featured 50 minutes in penalties and was capped off by a spirited scrap between Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin and Stars captain Jamie Benn.

Who will come out on top tonight? All four of THN's game-pickers have it going the same way.

Anaheim @ Dallas 8:00 PM ET

TV: NHLN-CA, RDS2, NBCSN

Projected Starting Goalies: Jonas Hiller vs. Kari Lehtonen

The Hockey News Best Bets (with season record):

Ken Campbell, Senior Writer (5-3): Anaheim over Dallas

Ryan Kennedy, Associate Senior Writer (5-3): Anaheim over Dallas

Adam Proteau, Writer/Columnist (5-3): Anaheim over Dallas

Rory Boylen, THN.com Post-To-Post Blog Editor (5-3): Anaheim over Dallas

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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