Tuesday, November 29, 2016
The Preds improved to 11-8-3 with the 5-3 win over the Avs, and they are now 8-1-1 at home.
Ryan Johansen what a goal pic.twitter.com/vVIfwFtC7N— Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) November 30, 2016
Saturday, November 26, 2016
Friday, November 25, 2016
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Red-hot Cam Ward guided the Carolina Hurricanes past the Maple Leafs, 2-1, on Tuesday night at Air Canada Center in Toronto. Ward has won his last five starts and the Canes (8-6-4) leapfrogged the Leafs in the standings with the win. Carolina has now killed 22 straight penalties in their last ten games. Ward improved to 6-1-2 in November. The 32-year-old is in the first year of a two-year, $6.6 million deal with the Canes. His current 2.27 goals against average projects out to a career-high for the 12-year veteran.
Look at Cam Ward's last five starts. Dude is zoning. pic.twitter.com/bIvlCocsVl— Chris Oddo (@thesaucerpass) November 23, 2016
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Nothing major concerning Nathan Beaulieu according to Michel Therrien.— Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) November 23, 2016
Left knee MCL sprain for Coots— Tim Panaccio (@tpanotchCSN) November 23, 2016
Karlsson hits the 400-point D-man club: pic.twitter.com/0AkLRods3m— Chris Oddo (@thesaucerpass) November 23, 2016
Friday, November 11, 2016
1. Hossa ties Beliveau on the all-time goals list.
Marian Hossa is the gift that keeps on giving. The Slovakian netted the tying goal at 19:37 of the third to send Chicago and Washington to OT on Friday night. The Caps got the 3-2 win on a Marcus Johansson winner, but Hossa notched yet another milestone--his 507th career goal.
Here's the goal -- right place, right time... 2. Toronto opens floodgates The Leafs scored four goals on six shots in the third to defeat the Flyers, 6-4, on Friday night at ACC. Toronto got goals from six different players and won for the first time when trailing after two periods (1-2-0) and they got this *dope* celebration from Mitch Marner: 3. Devils are best when trailing after two: New Jersey improved to an NHL-best 3-1-1 when trailing after two when Andy Greene scored on a penalty shot in OT to lead New Jersey to a 2-1 victory over Buffalo. Here's the goal: Here's the teams with more than one win when trailing after two thus far this season: 4. Matt Moulson has 5 PP goals for the Sabres The 33-year-old Ontario native has more power play goals than his former team, the New York Islanders, this season. Moulson is tied with Patrik Laine and Wayne Simmonds for the NHL lead. The Islaners (along with Arizona, Ottawa, Vancouver and Calgary) have just four power play goals as a team this season.
#Blackhawks Marian Hossa ties Jean Beliveau for 40th place on NHL's all-time goal scoring list with 507— Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats) November 12, 2016
5. Brooks Orpik and Nate Schmidt Top Pair? A dive into Corsica hockey reveals that when Washington's Brooks Orpik and Nate Schmidt are on the ice together, the Caps generate over 73 percent of all scoring chances. That's tops among pairings with 100 minutes or more of ice time, percentage-wise, at even strength. Here are the top 5: We do realize that this is a No.3 pair on the Washington defense and gets easier assignments than the other two pairings, but still it's a commendable job by these two. More on the pairing from the Washington Post here.
Beautiful goal call here in Buffalo! Matt Moulson crashes the net with a loose puck in front and slams it into the net for the 1-0 lead! pic.twitter.com/2uUEvgzMit— NHL 365 (@NHLDaily365) November 12, 2016
Sunday, November 6, 2016
Hamonic, who has been on the Isles top pair with Nick Leddy all season, has gone 2-3-5 and is a minus-7 for the Isles in 12 games this season. He has a 43.1 Corsi and a Corsi REL of -4.0.
Nothing needed today with #Isles off, but Adam Pelech will be up and in lineup tomorrow.— Arthur Staple (@StapeNewsday) November 6, 2016
Friday, November 4, 2016
The goal gives Ovechkin a total of 109 multi-goal games. He also scored in the second period to give Washington a 3-0 lead. But the resilient Jets scored three times in a nine-minute span in the third to draw even. The Caps improve to 7-2-1 with the win.
Ovi's moving up -->> pic.twitter.com/vlADpAYMTf— Chris Oddo (@thesaucerpass) November 4, 2016