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Your Sports TV Schedule, 2/20: NBA All-Star Game, Hockey Day In America

This Sunday ends the winter All-Star season with the NBA tilt, featuring, among others, the Bulls' Derrick Rose. NBC has decided to give their Sunday hockey coverage a name, "Hockey Day In America", riffing off the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's "Hockey Night In Canada", a staple on that network for decades. Doesn't have quite the same ring, though today, the Blackhawks are among the featured teams.

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11:30 a.m., NBC-5: NHL, Red Wings at Wild.

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12 noon, CBS-2: College basketball, No. 3 Ohio State at No. 11 Purdue. With the loss by Texas yesterday, the Buckeyes could move up with a win.

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12 noon, ESPN: College basketball, No. 15 Florida at LSU.

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2 p.m., NBC-5: NHL, Blackhawks vs. Penguins at the United Center. The Hawks face an injury-depleted Pittsburgh team in a game they really have to win.

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5 p.m., Big Ten Network: College basketball, Penn State at No. 10 Wisconsin.

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5 p.m., Versus: NHL Heritage Classic, Canadiens at Flames. The NHL has two outdoor games every year; this one in Calgary hasn't received as much attention. Game time temperature should be around 14 degrees Fahrenheit.

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6:30 p.m., CSN Chicago: College basketball, Georgia Tech at No. 5 Duke. Duke also has a shot at moving up in the rankings, if they win, after the upset of Pitt yesterday.

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7:30 p.m., TNT: NBA All-Star Game from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.