NHL News and Notes from Tuesday, October 11th, 2022
- The Colorado Avalanche unveiled their Stanley Cup Rings.
- For more information on the ring, and how it was made read about it here.
- The Washington Capitals announced that forward Carl Hagelin underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left hip, and that he will be out indefinitely.
- The NHL announced all 32 team rosters for the 2022-23 season.
- The Calgary Flames unveiled their new alternate jersey as they re-introduced Blasty back into the mix.
- This jersey take from the Reverse Retro that was worn two seasons ago, but with a minor difference as it has a gray outline of flames on the bottom part of the sleeves.
- The Flames will wear these jerseys 12 times this season starting in late November.
- Tampa Bay Lightning v. New York Rangers – 730p ET
- At Madison Square Garden it would be a rematch of the Eastern Conference Final as the New York Rangers would host the Tampa Bay Lightning, and after a scoreless first period it would be Mika Zibanejad striking 3:25 into the second period while shorthanded to give the Rangers the 1-0 lead, but the lead would not last long as the Lightning would get a two man advantage and it would see Steven Stamkos netting his first of the season while on the powerplay to tie the game at one for the Bolts. Then in the third period the Rangers would strike on the powerplay as Zibanejad would net his second of the game to give the Rangers the 2-1 lead and then Barclay Goodrow would tip one in front to grow the lead to two as the Rangers would hold on to defeat the Lightning 3-1 to start the new season.
- Vegas Golden Knights v. Los Angeles Kings – 10p ET
- Out in Hollywood to kick start the season out west the Los Angeles Kings would play host tot he Vegas Golden Knights, and in the first period Gabe Vilardi would strike halfway through the period to give the Kings the 1-0 lead. In the second period Jonathan Marchessault would strike for the Knights to tie the game at one. Then in the third period things would heat up as Adrian Kempe and Arthur Kaliyev would both score for the Kings, but goals from Jack Eichel, William Karlsson, and Mark Stone would drive the Golden Knights past the Kings for the 4-3 victory.
- BOS v. WAS – 7p ET
- CLB v. CAR – 7p ET
- TOR v. MON – 7p ET
- CHI v. COL – 930p ET
- SEA v. ANA – 10p ET
- VAN v. EDM – 10p ET
Noteworthy in Hockey
- 32 Thoughts Podcast – Western Conference Preview (SportsNet)
- 32 Thoughts Blog – Setting the tone for a brand new NHL season (SportsNet)
- NHL Enhances Puck, Considers Player Tracking for Penalty Calls (Scouting the Refs)
- Insider Trading: Will Kane be on the move out of Chicago this season? (TSN)
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