NHL News and Notes from Saturday, November 9th, 2019

NHL News and Notes from Saturday, November 9th, 2019

 

Game Recaps:

Florida Panthers v. New York Islanders – 1p EST Start Time

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In Long Island the New York Islanders would take on the Florida Panthers, and in the first period the Islanders would strike first as Mathew Barzal would score his seventh of the season to take the 1-0 lead. Then after a scoreless second period the PAnthers would strike on the powerplay with Aleksander Barkov’s fourth of the season, but the Islanders would respond a little over 30 seconds later as Scott Mayfield would score to give the Islanders the 2-1 victory.

 

Buffalo Sabres v. Tampa Bay Lightning – 1p EST Start Time

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For their second game in Sweden, the Tampa Bay Lightning would pick up where they left off against the Buffalo Sabres. However, it would be the Sabres striking first on a Sam Reinhart goal, but Pat Maroon would strike on the powerplay to tie the game at one. Then in the second period Victor Hedman would score on the powerplay, then Maroon would score his second of the game to give the Lightning the 3-1 lead heading into the second intermission. In the third period Victor Olofsson would score his seventh of the season to cut the Lightning’s lead to one, but Yanni Gourde and Mathieu Joseph would score to expand their lead to three. Jack Eichel would score late in the period, but it would not be enough as the Lightning would hold on to win 5-3.

 

Philadelphia Flyers v. Toronto Maple Leafs – 7p EST Start Time

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In Toronto the Maple Leafs would host the Philadelphia Flyers and in the first period the Flyers would get goals from Philippe Myers and Oskar Lindblom (PPG) to take a 2-0 lead into the first intermission. Then in the second period Travis Dermott would score for the Leafs to cut the deficit to one, and then in the third period William Nylander would score for the Leafs to force overtime. Then in the shootout it would be Sean Couturier breaking the tie for the Flyers as they take the 3-2 victory.

 

Los Angeles Kings v. Montreal Canadiens – 7p EST Start Time

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In Montreal the Canadiens would only need the first period as Shea Weber would score two powerplay goals, and a goal from Nate Thompson to take a commanding 3-0 lead. However, in the second period Anze Kopitar would score on the powerplay and Blake Lizotte would score his first career goal to help the Kings cut the deficit to one, but the Canadiens would hold on to skate away with the 3-2 victory.

 

Carolina Hurricanes v. Ottawa Senators – 7p EST Start Time

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In Ottawa the Senators would tame the Carolina Hurricanes as the Senators would get first period goals from Filip Chalpik, Vladislav Namestnikov, and Jean-Gabriel Pageau to take a commanding 3-0 lead. However, in the second period the Hurricanes would get on the board with an Andrei Svechnikov powerplay goal, but the Senators would respond with a Brady Tkachuk tally to secure the 4-1 victory.

 

Chicago Blackhawks v. Pittsburgh Penguins – 7p EST Start Time

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In Pittsburgh the Penguins would come back from another multi-goal deficit as the Chicago Blackhawks would get second period goals from Dominik Kubalik and Patrick Kane to take the two goal lead, but before the end of the second period Jake Guentzel  would score to cut the deficit to one. Then in the third period Bryan Rust would score his fifth of the season to tie the game at two. Then in the shootout Jared McCann would seal the deal for the Penguins as they would go on to defeat the Blackhawks 3-2.

 

Vegas Golden Knights v. Washington Capitals – 7p EST Start Time

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The Washington Capitals would defeat the Vegas Golden Knights at home as they would get goals from Evgeny Kuznetsov, Tom Wilson, Jonas Siegenthaler, and two goals from Nicklas Backstrom (PPG and ENG) for the 5-2 victory. The Golden Knights would get their goals from Max Pacioretty and Reilly Smith.

 

Minnesota Wild v. Arizona Coyotes – 8p EST Start Time

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In Arizona the Coyotes would take on the Minnesota Wild. In the first period the Coytoes would get goals from Michael Grabner and Jakob Chychrun for the two goal lead. Then in the third period the the Coyotes would get a goal from Vinnie Hinostroza, but the Wild would get three goals from Mikko Koivu, Kevin Fiala, and Matt Dumba to have the game tied at three going into the second intermission. Then in the third period Ryan Hartman would score for the Wild to secure the 4-3 victory.

 

Columbus Blue Jackets v. Colorado Avalanche – 9p EST Start Time

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In Colorado the Avalanche would face the Columbus Blue Jackets, and the Blue Jackets would be take a 2-1 lead into the first intermission after getting goals from Emil Bemstrom (PPG) and Zach Werenski, while the Avalanche would get their lone goal of the period from Samuel Girard on the powerplay. Then in the second period Cale Makar would score a pair of goals to give the Avalanche the 3-2 lead, and in the third period Nazem Kadri would score to give the Avalanche the 4-2 victory.

 

St. Louis Blues v. Calgary Flames – 10p EST Start Time

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In Calgary the Flames would take on the St. Louis Blues, and the first two periods be all Blues as they would get goals from Ivan Barbashev (first period) and Ryan O’Reilly (second period, PPG) to take the two goal lead. However, in the third periof the Flames would come back to force overtime with goals from Matthew Tkachuk and Travis Hamonic. Then in overtime David Perron would win it for the Blues as they defeated the Flames 3-2.

 

Nashville Predators v. San Jose Sharks – 1030p EST Start Time

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In San Jose the Sharks would host the Nashville Predators, and after a scoreless first Filip Forsberg would score for the Predators to break the scoreless tie. Then in the third period Tomas Hertl would tie the game for the Sharks to send the game into overtime, and after the extra frame it would be Timo Meier scoring the lone goal of the shootout to secure the 2-1 victory for the Sharks.

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