TV Schedule: Phoenix Coyotes Look To Prey On Nashville Predators Following Yesterday's Loss

We present your Arizona sports TV schedule, times and channels listed. Note: all times MST. Feel free to click on any team's name for further insight, schedules, recaps, and scores, plus an active team blog filled with like-minded fans and analysis.

7:00 p.m., FSNAZ: NHL, Nashville Predators @ Phoenix Coyotes. The Coyotes look to rebound from yesterday's home loss to the San Jose Sharks with a win tonight. Prior to the San Jose loss, the Coyotes had put together four straight wins as they began the new year at a red-hot pace. They look to recapture their recent success tonight against the Predators.

Other fun sports to check out on today's TV schedule.

January 18th, 2011

5:00 p.m., ESPN: NCAA-B, (18) Michigan State vs. (22) Illinois. Michigan State looks to put up a statement win on the road after winning two close home games in OT against (21) Wisconsin and Northwestern. Illinois, on the other hand, is coming off of two road losses to Penn State and (21) Wisconsin. Tonight's game could provide much-needed momentum for the winning team.

7:00 p.m., ESPN: NCAA-B, (12) Kentucky @ Alabama. Kentucky has won five straight games in this series and looks to make it six straight tonight. Alabama, meanwhile, is undefeated at home this season. Something has to give tonight.


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