Ducks Vs. Sabres: Game Time, TV Coverage And More

The second day of NHL action begins at 1 p.m. EDT as the Buffalo Sabres and Anaheim Ducks take the ice.

The first night of NHL action is in the books and another wave of teams open the season on Friday, beginning with a set of midday games. The Anaheim Ducks and Buffalo Sabres are one such midday game, with a puck drop set for the early afternoon on Friday. It's a full day of hockey and it all gets started at 1 p.m.

Here's the vital information for Friday's matchup.

Game time: The Ducks and Sabres take the ice at 1 p.m. EDT for a matinee on Friday.

Location: The Sabres have the hosting duties for Friday afternoon's matchup. As part of the NHL premiere, it'll take place in Helsinki, Finlans. 

TV information: Coverage of the game can be found on TSN2 in Canada, Prime Ticket in Anaheim and MSG in Buffalo.

Odds: Buffalo is favored in Friday afternoon's matchup, with a moneyline currently at -135. The Ducks' moneyline is at +105.

For more on this game and the two teams involved, head over to Die By The Blade, for Buffalo Sabres coverage, and Anaheim Calling, for Ducks' coverage. Be sure to check out our NHL hub, as well.

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