Nashville at Toronto 7:00 PM ET
Michael Hutchinson is slowly endearing himself to the fans of the team for which he cheered while growing up in Barrie, Ontario. Fresh off his first shutout in two years, Hutchinson will get the nod on Monday as the Toronto Maple Leafs complete a four-game homestand against the Nashville Predators.
St. Louis at Philadelphia 7:00 PM ET
The Philadelphia Flyers and St. Louis Blues seemingly can't catch a break, as the former is mired in a season-worst six-game winless skid (0-4-2) while the latter has dropped three of four to reside in the basement of the Western Conference. The Flyers and Blues look to alter their respective fortunes at the other's expense on Monday when the sputtering clubs reconvene at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
Minnesota at Montreal 7:30 PM ET
The Minnesota Wild have begun to show signs of turning things around and hope to add to that momentum while continuing their mastery in the series when they visit the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night. The Wild have won three of their last four contests, including the first two of a four-game road trip, and go for a ninth straight victory against the Canadiens after routing them 7-1 on Dec. 11 at home.
Calgary at Chicago 8:30 PM ET
The Calgary Flames have recorded two victories over the first three contests of their month-opening four-game road trip, including the 700th triumph away from home in team history, and hope to conclude it with another when they visit the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday. Calgary edged Philadelphia 3-2 on Saturday, rallying from a deficit to win in overtime.
Los Angeles at San Jose 10:30 PM ET
The Los Angeles Kings bid to feed off the momentum of milestone nights by a pair of their superstars when they visit the Pacific Division-rival San Jose Sharks on Monday. Jonathan Quick added to his franchise-best totals by collecting his 300th career victory while captain Anze Kopitar netted his 300th goal as Los Angeles breezed to a 4-0 triumph versus Edmonton on Saturday.