Today is Monday, November 12th, 2018, and these are your news and notes…
Yesterday in NHL action…
Minnesota finished off their longest road trip in the near 20 years of Minnesota Wild hockey with the win over the St. Louis Blues and amassed a record of 5-2-0 on this road trip, the most wins on such a single road trip.
Florida’s Mike Hoffman extended his point scoring streak to 12 games, tying Carolina’s Sebastian Aho for the longest point-scoring streak on the season in the Florida Panthers 5-1 win over the Ottawa Senators Sunday afternoon.
Yesterday’s contest also marked the ninth time that the Panthers scored five goals in one period.
The Arizona Coyotes scored two power-play goals to take down the defending Stanley Cup-champion Washington Capitals with a 4-1 win last night.
Arizona in the last nine contests has a record of 6-2-1 after losing five of their first seven games to start the 2018-19 campaign.
TXHT has your coverage of the contest as well at the following page.
Winnipeg Jets Blake Wheeler became the first player to reach the 500 career point mark as a Winnipeg jet since the club relocated to Winnipeg in the 2011-12 season.
In addition to Wheeler reaching the 500 point mark, he joins three others to reach at least 500 points while a member of the Winnipeg Jets.
Winnipeg would go on to defeat the New Jersey Devils 5-2 yesterday.
David Pastrnak registered his 16th goal of the season and would tie Bronco Horvath for fifth place all-time in team history for most goals in 17 team games for the Boston Bruins.
The Bruins would go on to defeat the defending Western Conference champion Vegas Golden Knights 4-1.
Vegas played in their 100th game as a franchise in the loss.
Vegas before this contest held a record of 58-33-8.
San Jose Sharks Joe Pavelski was a factor in all three of the Sharks goals last night as they took down the Calgary Flames 3-1 at SAP Center in San Jose, California.
The Sharks are now one point behind Pacific-division leader, Vancouver.
It only took 26 seconds into this contest for Mikko Rantanen to re-gain the a share of lead in points scored with 25 in the Colorado Avalanche’s 4-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers last night.
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Tonight’s schedule of games…
In NHL news…
-The NHL announced the Three Stars of the Week for the week ending on November 11th.
-Tonight marks the induction of the newest Class to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.
-The NHL reached a tentative settlement in regards to the Concussion Injury lawsuits earlier today…
-In a special 31 Thoughts podcast released by Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada’s Elliotte Friedman, the discussion is around NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman’s induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame, and the NHL’s growth and family.
Please listen today.