NHL News and Notes from Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
Minnesota Wild v. Buffalo Sabres – 7p EST Start Time
In Buffalo the Sabres would look to take down the Minnesota Wild, however the Wild would look to tame the Sabres as they would get two goals in the first period from Zach Parise (ESG and PPG). Then in the second period Jonas Brodin would make it 3-0 for the Wild. In the third period the Sabres would get on the board with Brandon Montour’s first of the season, but Jason Zucker would seal the dwal with his sixth of the season to give the Wild the 4-1 victory.
Philadelphia Flyers v. Florida Panthers – 7p EST Start Time
In Florida the Philadelphia Flyers would strike first as Travis Sanheim would get the Flyers on the board with his second of the season, but the Panthers would respond with goals from Colton Sceviour and Brett Connoly to take the 2-1 lead into the first intermission. Then in the second period Aleksander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau would extend their lead to three, but Morgan Frost would score his first career NHL goal in his first NHL game to cut the deficit to two. However, in the third period Mike Hoffman would score to secure the Panthers the 5-2 victory over the Flyers.
Boston Bruins v. New Jersey Devils – 7p EST Start Time
In New Jersey the Boston Bruins would schalack the Devils as Matt Grzelcyk and David Pastrnak would score two goals each, and Connor Clifton would round out the scoring for the Bruins. Blake Coleman would score the lone goal for the Devils. Brad Marchand would record three assists and David Krejci would have two assists in the Bruins 5-1 victory. Scott’s Recap
New York Islanders v. Pittsburgh Penguins – 7p EST Start Time
In Pittsburgh the Penguins would get the jump on the New York Islanders when Bryan Rust (PPG) and Brandon Tanev would score to take the 2-0 lead in the first period. Then in the second period Anthony Beauvillier and Brock Neslon would score for the Islanders, but Tanev would score his second of the game to regain the lead for Pittsburgh. In the third period Jake Guentzel would score on the powerplay to grow the Penguins to two, but the Islanders would get goals from Josh Bailey and Ryan Pulock to force overtime, and Brock Nelson would score his second of the game to secure the 5-4 victory.
Montreal Canadiens v. Columbus Blue Jackets – 7p EST Start Time
The Columbus Blue Jackets would strike early and often as they would down the Montreal Canadiens. In the first period Eric Robinson would strike for the Jackets, but Artturi Lehkonen would tie the game for the Canadiens. Then in the second period Joel Armia would give the Canadiens the lead, but Pierre-Luc Dubois would score the first of four unanswered goals to tie the game going into the second intermission. In the third period Emil Bermstrom, Boone Jenner (PPG), and Dubois (second of the game) would all score to give the Blue Jackets the 5-2 victory.
Ottawa Senators v. Detroit Red Wings – 730p EST Start Time
The Detroit Red Wings looks to take down the visiting Ottawa Senators. In the first period the Senators would strike first as Anthony Duclair would score his eighth of the season, but the Wings would get goals from Robby Fabbri and Valtteri Filppula (SHG) to take a 2-1 lead. Then in the second period Duclair would score his second of the game, and then Jean-Gabriel Pageau and Brady Tkachuk would score to take the 4-2 lead. Anthony Mantha would score for the Red Wings in the third period, but the Senators would hold on to win 4-3.
Tampa Bay Lightning v. St. Louis Blues – 8p EST Start Time
In Pat Maroon’s homecoming to St. Louis since winning the Stanley Cup last summer, the Tampa Bay Lightning would fall to the Blues. Anthony Cirelli would score on the powerplay for the Lightning, but the Blues would respond with three unanswered goals as David Perron would score shorthanded in the second period, and in the third period Oskar Sundqvist and Jaden Schwartz would both score shorthanded goals to take the 3-1 victory.
Winnipeg Jets v. Nashville Predators – 8p EST Start Time
The Winnipeg Jets and the Nashville Predators would play a tightly contested matchup as the Jets would take the road victory with goals from Patrik Laine and Nikolaj Ehlers as they defeated the Predators 2-1. The Predators lone goal would come from Nick Bonino.
Carolina Hurricanes v. Chicago Blackhawks – 830p EST Start Time
The Carolina Hurricanes came into Chicago with a surge as Martin Necas would score in the first period to take the 1-0 lead. Then in the second period Andrei Svechnikov and Nino Niederreiter would score to take the 3-0 lead into the third period. However, the Blackhawks would find their stride in the third as Erik Gustafsson and Connor Murphy would score to cut their deficit to one, but the Hurricanes would hold on as Sebastian Aho would score into the empty net for the 4-2 victory.
Vancouver Canucks v. Dallas Stars – 830p EST Start Time
In Dallas the Stars would shine over the the Vancouver Canucks. Jamie Benn would score a pair of goals for the Stars, and Taylor Fedun, Miro Heiskanen, Justin Dowling, and Corey Perry would all strike to give the Stars the 6-1 victory. Bo Horvat would score the lone goal for the Canucks.
Colorado Avalanche v. Calgary Flames – 9p EST Start Time
The Colorado Avalanche would continue their dominance over the Calgary Flames as they would win a tightly contested matchup on the road. In the first period Andre Burakovsky would score back to back goals to give the Avalanche the 2-0 lead. Then in the second period Vladislav Kamenev would grow the lead to three. However, the Flames would get a second period goal from Derek Ryan, and a third period tally from Andrew Mangiapane to cut the deficit to one, but the Avalanche would hold on to win 3-2.
Toronto Maple Leafs v. Vegas Golden Knights – 10p EST Start Time
In Vegas after a scoreless first period Cody Glass would score a second period powerplay goal to give the Golden Knights the 1-0 lead over the Toronto Maple Leafs. Then in the third period the Leafs would respond with goals from Jason Spezza and Zach Hyman (PPG), the Knight would get goals from Tomas Nosek, Mark Stone, and Cody Eakin to take the 4-2 victory.
Edmonton Oilers v. San Jose Sharks – 1030p EST Start Time
In San Jose the Edmonton Oilers would score three goals in the first period as Markus Granlund, Zack Kassian, and Jujhar Khaira would all score for the Oilers, however, Kevin Lebanc would score for the Sharks to trail the Oilers 3-1 going into the first intermission. James Neal would tally for the Oilers in the second period, and in the third period Connor McDavid would seal the deal as the Oilers would defeat the Sharks. Barclay Goodrow would score for the Sharks in the third as they fell to the Oilers 5-2.
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