NHL News and Notes from Thursday, March 3rd, 2022
- The NHL announced that the Carolina Hurricanes will host the 2023 Stadium Series at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, NC.
- The event will take place on Saturday, February 18th, 2023.
- The Washington Capitals will be the Hurricanes opponent for the game.
- Caps Head Back Outdoors
- Pittsburgh Penguins v. Tampa Bay Lightning – 7p ET
- In Tampa Bay the Lightning would host the Pittsburgh Penguins, and in the first period Danton Heinen and Sidney Crosby would score to give the Pens the 2-0 lead. In the second period Pierre-Edouard Bellemare would strike for the Bolts to cut their deficit to one, but Brock McGinn would score to retake the two goal lead for the Pens. Then in the third period Evgeni Malkin and Jake Guentzel would score to give the Penguins the 5-1 victory over the Lightning.
- Ottawa Senators v. Florida Panthers – 7p ET
- In Florida the Panthers would take on the Ottawa Senators, and in the first period Mason Marchment would strike to give the Panthers the 1-0 lead. Then after a scoreless second period Patric Hornqvist and Ryan Lomberg would give the Panthers the 3-0 victory over the Senators.
- Minnesota Wild v. Philadelphia Flyers – 7p ET
- In Philadelphia the Flyers would host the Minnesota Wild, and in the first period Scott Laughton and Patrick Brown would score for the Flyers, but goals from Ryan Hartman and Frederick Gaudreau would tie the game at two for the Wild. In the second period Travis Konecny would strike for the Flyers, but Hartman would net his second of the game to tie the game at three for the Wild. However, before the second period would end James van Riemsdyk would score to give the Flyers the 4-3 lead. Then in the third period Matt Boldy and Jonas Brodin would strike to give the Wild the 5-4 victory over the Flyers.
- Carolina Hurricanes v. Washington Capitals – 7p ET
- In Washington the Capitals would host the Carolina Hurricanes, and in the first period Evgeny Kuznetsov would strike on the powerplay to give the Caps the 1-0 lead. In the second period Martin Fehervary and Alex Ovechkin would score to grow the Caps lead to three. Then in the third period Dmitry Orlov would strike to give the Capitals the 4-0 victory over the Hurricanes.
- Vancouver Canucks v. New York Islanders – 730p ET
- On Long Island the New York Islanders would host the Vancouver Canucks, and after a scoreless first period Noah Dobson would score to give the Isles the 1-0 lead, but goals from Brad Hunt and JT Miller would score to give the Canucks the 2-1 lead. However before the period would end Kyle Palmieri would score to tie the game at two. Then in the third period Anthony Beauvillier would score for the Isles, but goals from Nils Hoglander and Vasily Podkolzin would give the Canucks the 4-3 victory over the Islanders.
- Edmonton Oilers v. Chicago Blackhawks – 830p ET
- In Chicago Duncan Keith would return with the Edmonton Oilers as they take on the Blackhawks, and in the first period Sam Lafferty and Patrick Kane would score for the Blackhawks, but goals from Leon Draisaitl and Evander Kane would tie the game at two. then after a scoreless Dominik Kubalik would score to give the Blackhawks the 3-2 lead. Evander Kane scores his seventh goal to tie the game 3-3 and in the overtime session Alex DeBrincat scores his 30th of the year to give the Blackhawks the 4-3 win over the Oilers.
- Boston Bruins v. Vegas Golden Knights – 9p ET
- In Vegas the Golden Knights would battle the Boston Bruins, and in the first period Craig Smith would score to give the B’s the 1-0 lead. In the second period Smith would strike again to grow the B’s lead to two, but Jack Eichel would score for the Knights to get back within one. In the third, Boston gets a pair of goals when David Pastrnak nets his 30th and Craig Smith completes the hat trick to give the three goal lead. Jonathan Marchessault then goes on to score his 22nd of the year to bring Vegas within two but then Boston seals the win after David Pastrnak nets his second of the night to give the Bruins the 5-2 win over the Golden Knights.
- Montreal Canadiens v. Calgary Flames – 9p ET
- In Calgary the Flames would host the Montreal Canadiens, and in the first period Blake Coleman would strike first for the Flames, but Jeff Petry would score to tie the game at one for the Habs. In the second period Johnny Gaudreau and Andrew Mangiapane would strike to give the Flames the 3-1 lead, but Nick Suzuki would score to cut the Habs deficit to one. In the third, Ben Chiarot ties the game when he nets his sixth of the year and then the Habs take the 4-3 lead when Mike Hoffman nets his 10th of the year. Elias Lindholm then nets his 25th of the year to make it a 4-4 game but in the overtime session, Ben Chiarot nets his second of the game to give Montreal the 5-4 win over Calgary.
- Colorado Avalanche v. Arizona Coyotes – 9p ET
- In Arizona the Coyotes would take on the Colorado Avalanche, and after a scoreless first period Devon Toews would strike to give the Avs the 1-0 lead, but Loui Eriksson would score to tie the game at one. In the third, Nick Schmaltz scores his 12th of the year as the Coyotes get the 2-1 win over the Avalanche.
- MIN v. BUF – 7p ET
- DET v. TB – 7p ET
- NJ v. NYR – 7p ET
- PIT v. CAR – 7p ET
- LA v. CLB – 7p ET
- DAL v. WIN – 8p ET
- VGK v. ANA – 10p ET
Noteworthy in Hockey
- Takeaways from Capitals GM Brian MacLellan’s media session: Trade deadline, injuries, Alex Ovechkin and Russia (The Athletic – $)
- The impact of hockey’s Russian backlash, and what’s next (ESPN)
- Insider Trading: Leafs’ assistant GM Gilman spotted at back-to-back Canucks games (TSN)
- It’s Gameday! It gives me goosebumps | NHL Bound: Episode 4 (NHL)
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