NHL News and Notes from Saturday, January 22nd, 2022
- The NHL Department of Player Safety fined Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Call Foote.
- Foote was fined $2,125 for cross checking Anaheim Ducks forward Buddy Robinson on Friday night.
- The fine is the maximum allowed per the CBA.
- Philadelphia Flyers v. Buffalo Sabres – 1p ET
- In Buffalo the Sabres would take on the Philadelphia Flyers, and in the first period Rasmus Ristolainen and Claude Giroux would score for the Flyers, but goals from Jeff Skinner and Peyton Krebs and a pair from Tage Thompson would give the Sabres the 4-2 lead. In the second period Krebs would net his second career NHL goal to grow the Sabres lead to three. Then in the third period Giroux would net his second of the game, but Skinner’s second of the game would give the Sabres the 6-3 victory over the Flyers.
- Winnipeg Jets v. Boston Bruins – 3p ET
- In Boston the Bruins would take on the Winnipeg Jets, and in the first period Oskar Steen would score for the B’s, but goals from Jansen Harkins and Andrew Copp would give the Jets the 2-1 lead. In the second period Charlie Coyle would strike to tie the game at two for the B’s, and then in the third period David Pastrnak would strike to give the Bruins the 3-2 victory over the Jets.
- Montreal Canadiens v. Colorado Avalanche – 7p ET
- In Colorado the Avalanche would take on the Montreal Canadiens, and in the first period Alex Newhook would score to give the Avs the 1-0 lead. In the second period Valeri Nichushkin would score to grow the Avs lead to two, but Artturi Lehkonen would score to get the Habs back within one. Then in the third period Nick Suzuki would score to tie the game at two, but in overtime Gabriel Landeskog would score to give the Avalanche the 3-2 victory over the Canadiens.
- Carolina Hurricanes v. New Jersey Devils – 7p ET
- In New Jersey for Pride Night the Devils would host the Carolina Hurricanes, and in the first period Andrei Svechnikov and Ian Cole would score for the Canes to take the 2-0 lead, but Nathan Bastian would score a pair of goals to tie the game at two. In the second period Josh Leivo and Brady Skjei would score for the Canes, but goals from Michael McLeod, Andreas Johnsson, and Jesper Bratt would give the Devils the 5-4 lead. Then in the third period Jack Hughes and Pavel Zacha would score to give the devils the 7-4 lead.
- Scott’s TXHT Recap – Devils Calm the Hurricanes
- Arizona Coyotes v. New York Rangers – 7p ET
- At Madison Square Garden the New York Rangers would host the Arizona Coyotes, and in the first period Jacob Trouba would strike for the Rangers, but Liam O’Brien and Andrew Ladd would score to give the Coyotes the 2-1 lead. In the second period Clayton Keller would score for the Coyotes, but Chris Kreider would net a pair of goals, plus tallies from Julien Gauthier and Artemi Panarin would give the Rangers the 5-3 lead. Then in the third period Trouba would net his second of the game, and Kreider would complete the hat trick to give the Rangers the 7-3 victory over the Coyotes.
- Ottawa Senators v. Washington Capitals – 7p ET
- In Washington DC the Capitals would host the Ottawa Senators, and in the first period Thomas Chabot would strike to give the Sens the 1-0 lead. In the second period Zach Stanford would strike for the Sens to grow their lead to two. Then in the third period Alex Ovechkin would net a pair of goals to tie the game at tow to force overtime. In the extra frame Nicklas Backstrom would score to complete the comeback for the Capitals 3-2 victory over the Senators.
- Toronto Maple Leafs v. New York Islanders – 7p ET
- On Long Island the New York Islanders would host the Toronto Maple Leafs, and in the first period Mitch Marner would open the scoring for the Leafs, but Zach Parise would score to tie the game at one. However, with 0.4 seconds left in the first period Pierre Engvall would score to give the Leafs the 2-1 lead. Then in the second period Morgan Rielly would strike to give the Maple Leafs the 3-1 victory over the Islanders.
- Detroit Red Wings v. Nashville Predators – 830p ET
- In Nashville the Predators would host the Detroit Red Wings, and after a scoreless first period Adam Erne would score for the Wings, but goals from Nick Cousins and Matt Duchene would give the Preds the 2-1 lead. Then in the third period Filip Forsberg and Duchene would score to give the Predators the 4-1 victory over the Red Wings.
- Chicago Blackhawks v. Minnesota Wild – 9p ET
- In Minnesota the Wild would host the Chicago Blackhawks, and in the first period Joel Eriksson Ek would score for the Wild, but goals from Henrik Borgstrom and Alex DeBrincat would give the Blackhawks the 2-1 lead. Then after a scoreless second period Borgstrom would net his second of the game, but goals from Kirill Kaprizov and Kevin Fiala would tie the game at three to send the game to overtime. In the extra frame Marcus Foligno would score to give the Wild the 4-3 victory over the Blackhawks.
- Calgary Flames v. Edmonton Oilers – 10p ET
- In Edmonton the Battle of Alberta would commence once again as the Oilers would host the Calgary Flames, and in the first period Matthew Tkachuk and Milan Lucic would score to give the Flames the 2-0 lead. In the second period Evan Bouchard would net a pair of goals, and Brendan Perlini would score for the Oilers, but Noah Hanafin would score to have this game be tied at three. Then in the third period Leon Draisaitl would net a pair of goals to give the Oilers the 5-3 victory over the Flames.
- Tampa Bay Lightning v. San Jose Sharks – 1030p ET
- In San Jose the Sharks would host the Tampa Bay Lightning, and in the first period Ross Colton, Steven Stamkos, Mathieu Joseph, and Corey Perry would score to give the Bolts the 4-0 lead, but before the period would end Jaycob Megna would score to get the Sharks on the board. In the second period Brayden Point would score to regain the four goal lead for the Bolts. Then in the third period Alex Killorn and Colton would score to give the Lightning the 7-1 victory over the Sharks.
- WIN v. PIT – 1p ET
- OTT v. CLB – 6p ET
- LA v. NJ – 7p ET
- FLA v. SEA – 9p ET
- STL v. VAN – 10p ET
Noteworthy in Hockey
- Break the Ice Podcast: Peter Bondra talks about his career in the NHL amongst many other topics. (SoundCloud – Washington Capitals)