NHL Daily – Saturday’s Alright

NHL News and Notes from Saturday, November 27th, 2021

News

  • The NHL Department of Player Safety has fined New York Rangers forward Artemi Panarin.
    • Panarin was fined $5,000 for unsportsmanlike conduct after throwing his glove at Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand on Friday afternoon.
    • The fine is the maximum allowed per the CBA.

  • DoPS would also fine Carolina Hurricanes forward Andrei Svechnikov.
    • Svechnikov would be fined $5,000 for kneeing Philadelphia Flyers forward Scott Laughton on Friday night.
    • The fine is the maximum allowed per the CBA.

  • The NHL has announced that the New York Islanders games through November 30th have been postponed due to COVID-19 Protocols.

Game Recaps

  • Seattle Kraken v. Florida Panthers – 6p ET
    • In Florida the Panthers would host the Seattle Kraken, and in the first period Patric Hornqvist would score for the Panthers, but goals from Jordan Eberle and Ryan Donato would give the Kraken the 2-1 lead. Then after a scoreless second period Eberle would net his second of the game and Jamie Oleksiak would get the empty netter to give the Kraken the 4-1 victory over the Panthers.
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  • Edmonton Oilers v. Vegas Golden Knights – 7p ET
    • In Vegas the Golden Knights would host the Edmonton Oilers in a Pacific Division battle, and in the first period Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Zach Hyman to give the Oilers the 2-0 lead. In the second period after some spectacular goaltending from Mikko Koskinen it would be Jesse Puljujarvi scoring to grow the Oilers lead to three, but Chandler Stephenson would score for the Knights to cut their deficit back to two. Then in the third period Reilly Smith would score to bring the Knights within one, but the Oilers would hold on for the 3-2 victory.
  • Ottawa Senators v. Los Angeles Kings – 7p ET
    • In Los Angeles the Kings would host the Ottawa Senators, and in the first period Viktor Arvidsson would strike on the powerplay for the Kings, but Michael Del Zotto would score for the Sens to tie the game at one. In the second period Connor Brown would score for the Sens, but the Kings would get goals from Carl Grundstrom and Arthur Kaliyev to give them the 3-2 lead. Then in the third period Grundstrom would score his second of the game to give the Kings the 4-2 victory over the Senators.
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  • Buffalo Sabres v. Detroit Red Wings – 7p ET
    • In Detroit the Red Wings would take on the Buffalo Sabres, and after a scoreless first period Dylan Cozens would score to give the Sabres the 1-0 lead, but Filip Zadina would score to tie the game at one, and then Pius Suter would score to give the Wings the 2-1 lead. Then in the third period Jeff Skinner would score to tie the game at two and send the game to overtime. In the extra frame Lucas Raymond would score 26 seconds into overtime to give the Red Wings the 3-2 victory over the Sabres.
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  • Montreal Canadiens v. Pittsburgh Penguins – 7p ET
    • In Pittsburgh the Penguins would a host a Montreal Canadiens team whose front office is in turmoil, and after a scoreless first period Jonathan Drouin would score to give the Habs the 1-0 lead. Then in the third period Evan Rodrigues would score for the Penguins, but goals from Christian Dvorak and Artturi Lehkonen would give the Canadiens the 3-1 lead. Jeff Carter and Sidney Crosby would score for the Penguins, but Josh Anderson would net a pair of goals to give the Canadiens the 6-3 victory over the Penguins.
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  • Dallas Stars v. Arizona Coyotes – 8p ET
    • In Arizona the Coyotes would host the Dallas Stars, and 54 seconds into the game Roope Hintz would score to give the Stars the quick 1-0 lead, but moments later Antoine Roussel would score to tie the game at one. However, before the period ended Jacob Peterson would score to give Dallas the 2-1 lead. In the second period Travis Boyd would score for the Coyotes, but Jason Robertson would score to retake the one goal lead for the Stars as they would take the 3-2 victory.
  • Columbus Blue Jackets v. St. Louis Blues – 8p ET
    • In St. Louis the Blues would host the Columbus Blue Jackets, and in the first period Boone Jenner would net his tenth of the season for the Jackets to take the 1-0 lead. In the second period Pavel Buchnevich, Ivan Barbashev, and Jordan Kyrou would score to give the Blues the 3-1 lead. Then in the third period Adam Boqvist would score for the Jackets, but Justin Faulk, Buchnevich, and Barbashev would score for the Blues to take the 6-2 lead. Boqvist would net his second of the game for the Jackets, but the Blues would hold on for the 6-3 victory.
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  • Nashville Predators v. Colorado Avalanche – 9p ET
    • In Colorado the Avalanche would take on the Nashville Predators in a Central Division battle, and in the first period Mikko Rantanen would net a pair of goals to give the Avs the 2-0 lead. In the second period Luke Kunin would score for the PReds to cut their deficit to one, but Bowen Byram would score to retake the two goal lead for the Avs. Then in the third period Valeri Nichushkin would score, and Rantanen would complete the hat trick to give the Avalanche the 5-1 lead. Matt Duchene would score for the Predators, but Tyson Jost would score to give the Avalanche the 6-2 victory.
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  • Winnipeg Jets v. Calgary Flames – 10p ET
    • In Calgary the Flames would play host to the Winnipeg Jets, and 26 seconds into the game Matthew Tkachuk would score to give the Flames the quick 1-0 lead, and then Elias Lindholm would score to grow the Flames lead to two, but Kyle Connor would score to get the Jets on the board. In the second period Paul Stastny would score to tie the game at two for the Jets. Then in the third period Connor would net his second of the game, and Andrew Copp would score to give the Jets the 4-2 victory over the Flames.
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  • WAS v. CAR – 1p ET
  • TB v. MIN – 2p ET
  • NYI v. NYR – Postponed
  • SJ v. CHI – 7p ET
  • VAN v. BOS -7p ET
  • PHI v. NJ – 7p ET
  • TOR v. ANA – 8p ET

Noteworthy in Hockey

  • Devils program helping Black-owned businesses in New Jersey. (Color of Hockey)
  • Capitals’ Eller On COVID-19 Experience, Isolation In Anaheim: ‘I Tried A Little Bit Of Everything To Stay Sane’. (Washington Hockey Now)
  • Ducks Shutout Sens (DucksNPucks)
  • GARRIOCH: Goaltender Matt Murray on the waiver wire and his next stop could be Belleville. (Ottawa Sun)
  • Russia-based insults led Rangers’ Artemi Panarin to hurl glove at Brad Marchand. (New York Post)
  • Major changes coming to Canadiens front office. (HNIC)

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