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NHL exhibition schedule for Tuesday, July 28

The NHL kicks off its qualifying round games on Saturday, but in the meantime, they’re playing three days of exhibition games. Here’s what to look for on Tuesday.

General view as the Edmonton Oilers take on the Boston Bruins at Rogers Place on October 18, 2018 in Edmonton, Canada. Photo by Codie McLachlan/Getty Images

The NHL is back! The qualifying round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs gets underway on Saturday, August 1, but we first get a chance to enjoy some exhibition action. Each of the remaining 24 teams will play one exhibition game over the next three days.

Here is a list of games for Tuesday, July 28. We’ve got game time, television channel, and which ones allow for a live online stream at NHL.TV. We’ve also added DraftKings Sportsbook odds for each game, we’ll update with notable results, injuries, and anything else of note as each game wraps up.

Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Philadelphia Flyers, 4 p.m. | NBCSN, NHL.TV, NBCSP,+ ATTSN-PIT

Puck line odds: Penguins -1.5 (+205), Flyers +1.5 (-278)
Money line odds: Penguins -129, Flyers +104
Total: 6 (Over -124, Under -103)

Result: Flyers 3, Penguins 2 (OT) — Scott Laughton scored the game-winner in overtime with 2:20 remaining on an assists from Travis Konecny and Shayne Gostisbehere. Brian Elliott and Carter Hart split time in goal stopping a combined 24 of 26 shots. Sean Couturier and Kevin Hayes added first period goals for Philadelphia. The Penguins got a first period goal from Conor Sheary and a third period goal from Jason Zucker. Matt Murray and Tristan Jarry split time between the pipes, and stopped 19 of 22 shots.

Penguins roster

Forwards: Anthony Angello, Zach Aston-Reese, Teddy Blueger, Sidney Crosby, Jake Guentzel, Patric Hornqvist, Adam Johnson, Sam Lafferty, Evgeni Malkin, Patrick Marleau, Jared McCann, Evan Rodrigues, Bryan Rust, Conor Sheary, Brandon Tanev, Phil Varone, Jason Zucker
Defensemen: Kevin Czuczman, Brian Dumoulin, Jack Johnson, Pierre-Olivier Joseph, Kris Letang, John Marino, Marcus Pettersson, Juuso Riikola, Chad Ruhwedel, Justin Schultz
Goaltenders: Casey DeSmith, Tristan Jarry, Emil Larmi, Matt Murray

Flyers roster

Forwards: Andy Andreoff, Nicolas Aube-Kubel, Connor Bunnaman, Sean Couturier, Joel Farabee, Morgan Frost, Claude Giroux, Derek Grant, Kevin Hayes, Travis Konecny, Scott Laughton, Oskar Lindblom, Tyler Pitlick, Michael Raffl, Nate Thompson, James van Riemsdyk, Jakub Voracek
Defenseman: Justin Braun, Mark Friedman, Shayne Gostisbehere, Robert Hagg, Philippe Myers, Matt Niskanen, Ivan Provorov, Travis Sanheim, Andy Welinski, Yegor Zamula
Goaltenders: Brian Elliott, Carter Hart, Alex Lyon, Kirill Ustimenko

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Montreal Canadiens, 8 p.m. | NHLN, SN, TVAS

Puck line odds: Maple Leafs -1.5 (+163), Canadiens +1.5 (-220)
Money line odds: Maple Leafs -162, Canadiens +130
Total: 6.5 (Over -117, Under -109)

Result: Maple Leafs 4, Canadiens 2 — Alexander Kerfoot scored two second period goals in the victory. Frederik Anderson played the whole game in goal for Toronto and stopped 28 of 30 shots. Tomas Tatar and Paul Byron scored for Montreal.

Maple Leafs roster

Forwards: Kyle Clifford, Pierre Engvall, Frederik Gauthier, Zach Hyman, Andreas Johnsson, Kasperi Kapanen, Alexander Kerfoot, Denis Malgin, Mitchell Marner, Auston Matthews, Ilya Mikheyev, William Nylander, Nic Petan, Nicholas Robertson, Jason Spezza, John Tavares
Defensemen: Tyson Barrie, Cody Ceci, Travis Dermott, Justin Holl, Timothy Liljegren, Martin Marincin, Jake Muzzin, Morgan Rielly, Calle Rosen, Rasmus Sandin
Goaltenders: Frederik Andersen, Jack Campbell, Kasimir Kaskisuo, Joseph Woll

Canadiens roster

Forwards: Joel Armia, Alex Belzile, Paul Byron, Phillip Danault, Max Domi, Jonathan Drouin, Jake Evans, Brendan Gallagher, Charles Hudon, Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Artturi Lehkonen, Ryan Poehling, Nick Suzuki, Tomas Tatar, Jordan Weal, Dale Weise
Defensemen: Ben Chiarot, Cale Fleury, Christian Folin, Noah Juulsen, Brett Kulak, Victor Mete, Gustav Olofsson, Xavier Ouellet, Jeff Petry, Shea Weber
Goaltenders: Charlie Lindgren, Michael McNiven, Carey Price, Cayden Primeau
Ineligible for Exhibition/Qualifiers/Playoffs: Alexander Romanov (D)

Edmonton Oilers vs. Calgary Flames, 10:30 p.m. | NHLN, SN, NHL.TV

Puck line odds: Oilers -1.5 (+225), Flames +1.5 (-315)
Money line odds: Oilers -113, Flames -110
Total: 6.5 (Over -107, Under -120)

Result: Oilers 4, Flames 1 — Connor McDavid scored a pair of goals and Oscar Klefbom had two assists. Mikko Koskinen saved all 17 shots on goal in his 29:41 of play, while Mike Smith saved 19 of 20 shots in 30:02 of play.

Oilers roster

Forwards: Josh Archibald, Andreas Athanasiou, Tyler Benson, Alex Chiasson, Leon Draisaitl, Tyler Ennis, Gaetan Haas, Zack Kassian, Jujhar Khaira, Cooper Marody, Connor McDavid, Ryan McLeod, James Neal, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Joakim Nygard, Patrick Russell, Riley Sheahan, Kailer Yamamoto
Defensemen: Ethan Bear, Matt Benning, Evan Bouchard, Philip Broberg, Caleb Jones, Oscar Klefbom, William Lagesson, Adam Larsson, Darnell Nurse, Kris Russell
Goaltenders: Mikko Koskinen, Stuart Skinner, Mike Smith

Flames roster

Forwards: Mikael Backlund, Sam Bennett, Austin Czarnik, Dillon Dube, Byron Froese, Johnny Gaudreau, Mark Jankowski, Elias Lindholm, Milan Lucic, Andrew Mangiapane, Sean Monahan, Alan Quine, Tobias Rieder, Zac Rinaldo, Buddy Robinson, Derek Ryan, Matthew Tkachuk
Defensemen: Rasmus Andersson, TJ Brodie, Derek Forbort, Mark Giordano, Erik Gustafsson, Noah Hanifin, Oliver Kylington, Michael Stone, Jusso Valimaki, Alexander Yelesin
Goaltenders: Jon Gillies, David Rittich, Cam Talbot, Artyom Zagidulin