NHL News and Notes from Saturday, November 2nd, 2019
- The Nashville Predators unveiled their 2020 Winter Classic jersey.
- The jersey pays homage to the history of hockey in Nashville including the Dixie Flyers.
Edmonton Oilers v. Pittsburgh Penguins – 1p EST Start Time
The Pittsburgh Penguins would play host to the Edmonton Oilers as they looked for their ninth win of the season, but it would be the Oilers striking first in the second period when Colby Cave scored his first of the season. Then in the third period Brian Dumoulin would score while shorthanded to tie the game and send it to overtime. However, it would be the Oilers taking this one on a Leon Draisaitl goal to defeat the Penguins 2-1.
New York Rangers v. Nashville Predators – 2p EST Start Time
In Nashville, mere hours after unveiling their 2020 Winter Classic jersey, the Predators host the New York Rangers for an afternoon matinee. In the first period the Rangers would strike on a Filip Chytil marker to take the 1-0 lead. Then in the second period Ryan Strome would grow the Rangers lead to two, but before the second was over Viktor Arvidsson would cut the Rangers lead back to one. However, it would not be enough as the Rangers would hold on to win 2-1.
Ottawa Senators v. Boston Bruins – 7p EST Start Time
In Boston the Ottawa Senators come to town looking to take down the Bruins, but after going back and forth with the Bruins the first two periods, the Bruins would get a three goal third period to secure the victory. The Senators would get their goals from Anthony Duclair and Connor Brown, while the Bruins got goals from David Pastrnak (PPG), Patrice Bergeron, Danton Heinen, Brad Marchand (PPG), and Jake DeBrusk to secure a 5-2 win.
New York Islanders v. Buffalo Sabres – 7p EST Start Time
In Buffalo the Sabres would look to down their interstate rival New York Islanders, but Derick Brassard would score early in the first period to give the Islanders the 1-0 victory.
Detroit Red Wings v. Florida Panthers – 7p EST Start Time
The Florida Panthers would clip the Detroit Red Wings with four unanswered goals as Brett Connolly, Aleksander Barkov, and Jonathan Huberdeau (2 goals) would score for the Panthers for a 4-0 victory.
Toronto Maple Leafs v. Philadelphia Flyers – 7p EST Start Time
The Toronto Maple Leafs and Philadelphia Flyers would play a barn burner that would see both teams play to an eleven round shootout. The Maple Leafs would get goals from Kasperi Kapanen, Jason Spezza (First as a Leaf), and Mitch Marner, while the Flyers would get goals from Ivan Provorov (PPG), Claude Giroux (PPG), and Travis Sanheim. In the eleventh round of the shootout it would be Andreas Johnsson scoring the game winner for the Leafs as they take the 4-3 victory.
New Jersey Devils v. Carolina Hurricanes – 7p EST Start Time
In Carolina the struggling New Jersey Devils come to town to face off with the Hurricanes. In the first two periods the two teams would trade three goals each with the Devils getting goals from Miles Wood, Jack Hughes, and Nico Hischier, while the Hurricanes got their goals from Warren Foegele, Teuvo Teravainen, and Erik Haula. However, in the third period the Devils would get goals from PK Subban and Damon Severson to secure a 5-3 victory.
Calgary Flames v. Columbus Blue Jackets – 7p EST Start Time
In Columbus the Calgary Flames looked to burn down the Blue Jackets, and burn them they would as the Flames would score a goal per period and David Rittich would post a shutout for their victory. The Flames would get their goals from Sean Monahan, Sam Bennett, and Matthew Tkachuk to secure the 3-0 lead.
Montreal Canadiens v. Dallas Stars – 7p EST Start Time
In Dallas the Stars would dominate the Montreal Canadiens as they would get goals from Alexander Radulov (PPG), Denis Gurianov (even strength and PPG), and Miro Heiskanen. The Canadiens would get a late goal from Artturi Lehkonen, but it would be too little, too late as the Stars would defeat the Canadiens 4-1.
St. Louis Blues v. Minnesota Wild – 8p EST Start Time
In Minnesota the Wild would look for their fifth win of the season, but it would be the St. Louis Blues forcing overtime to take the victory from the Wild. The Wild would get goals from Marcus Foligno, Kevin Fiala, and Mats Zuccarello (PPG), while the Blues would get goals from Mackenzie MacEachern, Carl Gunnarsson, and Sammy Blais during regulation. Then in overtime Ryan O’Reilly would score the gmae winner to give the Blues the 4-3 win.
Colorado Avalanche v. Arizona Coyotes – 9p EST Start Time
In Arizona the Coyotes would don their Kachinas once again as they took on the Colorado Avalnache, and it would be a howling time for the Coyotes as Darcy Kuemper would backstop his why to a shutout victory. The Coyotes would get goals from Christian Dvorak (PPG), Phil Kessel, and Conor Garland to secure the 3-0 victory.
Winnipeg Jets v. Vegas Golden Knights – 10p EST Start Time
In Vegas the Golden Knights would take on the Winnipeg Jets in a game that would require extra time. The Jets would get two goals from Mathieu Perreault (even strength and PPG), and a goal from Mark Scheifele, while the Knights got goals from Jonathan Marchessault (PPG), Max Pacioretty, and Nate Schmidt in regulation. Then in overtime Kyle Connor would score to secure the 4-3 victory for the Jets.
Vancouver Canucks v. San Jose Sharks – 10p EST Start Time
In San Jose the Vancouver Canucks would tame the Sharks. In the latter half of the third period the Sharks would get goals from Marc-Edouard Vlasic (SHG) and Evander Kane, but the Canucks would get two goals from Elias Pettersson (even strength and PPG), and goals from Brandon Sutter, Jake Virtanen, and Adam Gaudette to secure the 5-2 victory for the Canucks.
Chicago Blackhawks v. Los Angeles Kings – 1030p EST Start Time
In Los Angeles the Kings and Chicago Blackhawks would renew their rivalry, and it would not disappoint as this game would require overtime. In regulation the Blackhawks would get goals from Dominik Kubalik, David Kampf, and Jonathan Toews, while the Kings got their goals from Kyle Clifford, Matt Roy, and Michael Amadio. Then in overtime it would be Drew Doughty scoring with 17 seconds left to give the Kings the 4-3 victory.