NHL News and Notes from Thursday, November 3rd, 2022
- Washington Capitals forward Alexander Ovechkin would score his 786th career NHL Goal to tie Gordie Howe with most goals scored with one franchise in NHL history.
- Carolina Hurricanes v. Tampa Bay Lightning – 7p ET
- In Tampa Bay a storm would be brewing as the Carolina Hurricanes would come to town to take on the Lightning who would be clad in their amazing Reverse Retro 2.0 jerseys, and in the first period Seth Jarvis would open the scoring for the Canes to take the 1-0 lead. In the second period Martin Necas would score for the Canes, but goals from ross Colton, Nick Paul, and Nikita Kucherov would give the Bolts the 3-2 lead. Then in the third period Brady Skjei would strike to tie the game at three for the Canes to force overtime. After a scoreless five minutes of extra hockey it would be Sebastian Aho in the shootout to give the Hurricanes the 4-3 victory over the Lightning.
- Vegas Golden Knights v. Ottawa Senators – 7p ET
- In Ottawa the Senators would play host to the Vegas Golden Knights, and in the first period Claude Giroux would strike for the Sens, but goals from Mark Stone, Reilly Smith, and Zach Whitecloud would give the Knights the 3-1 lead. In the second period Chandler Stephenson and William Carrier would score to grow the Knights lead to four, but Giroux would net his second of the game and Tim Stutzle would score for the Sens to bring them back within tow. Then in the third period Stutzle would also net his second of the game, but the Senators would fall short to the Golden Knights 5-4.
- Washington Capitals v. Detroit Red Wings – 7p ET
- In Detroit the Red Wings would honor the past as they would take on the Washington Capitals, and after a scoreless first period Alex Ovechkin would net his 786th career NHL goal to give the Caps the 1-0 lead, but Lucas Raymond would score to tie the game at one for the Wings. Then in the third period Andrew Copp would net his first as a Red Wing and Dylan Larkin would score to give the Red Wings the 3-1 victory over the Capitals.
- Boston Bruins v. New York Rangers – 730p ET
- At Madison Square Garden the New York Rangers would rock their latest version of the Lady Liberty with their Reverse Retro 2.0 jerseys as they would host their Original Six rival Boston Bruins, and in the first period David Pastrnak would score to give the B’s the 1-0 lead. In the second period Jimmy Vesey would net his first of the season to tie the game at one for the Rangers. Then in the third period Adam Fox would score for the Rangers, but goals from Charlie Coyle, Trent Frederic, Jake DeBrusk, and Hampus Lindholm would give the Bruins the 5-2 victory over the Rangers.
- Montreal Canadiens v. Winnipeg Jets – 8p ET
- In Winnipeg the Jets would host the Montreal Canadiens, and in the first period both teams would score as Nick Suzuki would strike for the Habs while Pierre-Luc Dubois would score for the Jets for the 1-1 tie. In the second period both teams would each score a goal as Kirby Dach would score for the Habs and Blake Wheeler would score for the Jets as the game would remain tied at two. Then after a scoreless third period Kyle Connor would score in overtime to give the Jets the 3-2 victory over the Canadiens.
- New York Islanders v. St. Louis Blues – 8p ET
- In St. Louis the New York Islanders would come to town to take on the Blues, and in the first period Vladimir Tarasenko would score to give the Blues the 1-0 lead. In the second period the Isles offense would wake up as Kyle Palmieri, Brock Nelson, Josh Bailey, and Anders Lee would score to give them the 4-1 lead. Then in the third period Robert Thomas would score for the Blues, but Jean-Gabriel Pageau would strike to give the Islanders the 5-2 victory over the Blues.
- Seattle Kraken v. Minnesota Wild – 8p ET
- In Minnesota the Wild would take on the Seattle Kraken, and after a scoreless first period Morgan Geekie, Jamie Oleksiak, and Alex Wennberg would score to give the Kraken the 3-0 lead. Then in the third period Wennberg would net his second of the game to give the Kraken the 4-0 victory over the Wild.
- Los Angeles Kings v. Chicago Blackhawks – 830p ET
- In Chicago the Blackhawks would take on the Los Angeles Kings, and after a scoreless first period Jason Dickinson would score to get the Blackhawks on the board, but Blake Lizzotte would strike for the Kings to tie the game at one. Then after a scoreless third period Jonathan Toews would strike in overtime to give the Blackhawks the 2-1 victory over the Kings.
- Nashville Predators v. Calgary Flames – 9p ET
- In Calgary the Nashville Predators would come to town to take on the Flames, and in the first period Mark Jankowski would score to give the Preds the 1-0 lead. In the second period Filip Forsberg and Roman Josi would score to grow the Preds lead to three. Then in the third period Blake Coleman would strike for the Flames but then Matt Duchene’s empty netter gives the Predators the 4-1 win over the Flames.
- New Jersey Devils v. Edmonton Oilers – 9p ET
- In Edmonton the Oilers would host the New Jersey Devils, and in the first period both teams would trade tallies as Connor McDavid would score for the Oilers while Miles Wood would strike for the Devils for the 1-1 tie. In the second period Derek Ryan and Leon Draisaitl would score to give the Oilers the 3-1 lead. Then in the third period Wood would net his second of the game for the Devils and then Ryan Graves would follow up with his second of the year to tie the contest up 3-3. Jesper Bratt’s fifth of the year lifts the Devils to their fifth win a row by downing the Oilers 4-3.
- Anaheim Ducks v. Vancouver Canucks – 10p ET
- In Vancouver the Canucks would play host to the Anaheim Ducks, and in the first period Troy Terry would open the scoring for the Ducks, but Bo Horvat would strike to tie the game at one for the Canucks. In the second, Elias Pettersson and J.T. Miller would score their fifth and sixth goals of the year, respectively, to give the Canucks the 3-1 lead but then Ryan Strome’s third of the year brings the Ducks within a goal. In the third, Vancouver scores a pair of goals once more when Dakota Joshua nets his second of the year and Andrei Kuzmenko nets a power play goal, his fourth of the year, to give the ‘Nucks the 5-2 lead. Max Comtois then nets his third of the year to bring Anaheim within a goal and then Trevor Zegras’ seventh on the the season, a power play goal, shrinks the Vancouver lead to a goal. Andrei Kumenko then finishes off the hat trick, scoring a pair, to make it a 7-4 Canucks led but Max Jones scores his first of the season to bring the Ducks within two. A shorthanded goal from Bo Horvat, his second of the night, gives the Canucks the 8-5 win over the Ducks.
- Dallas Stars v. Arizona Coyotes – 10p ET
- In Arizona the Coyotes would look to take down the visiting Dallas Stars, and in the first period Denis Gurianov, Wyatt Johnston, Ty Dellandrea, and Jason Robertson would score to give the Stars the commanding 4-0 lead. In the second, Jason Robertson scores a power play goal, his second goal of the night, as the Stars take the 5-0 lead. In the third, Jamie Benn’s first of the year gives Dallas the 6-0 lead but then Arizona finally gets on the board when Juuso Valimaki scores his first of the year to cut the Dallas lead by five. Lawson Crouse strikes with his fifth of the year to bring the Yotes within four but Jani Hakanpaa’s second of the season gives the Stars the 7-2 win over the Coyotes.
- Florida Panthers v. San Jose Sharks – 1030p ET
- In San Jose the Sharks would play host to the Florida Panthers, and in the first period Aleksander Barkov would score on the powerplay to give the Panthers the 1-0 lead. In the second, Radko Gudas’ first of the year gives the Cats the 2-0 lead. In the third the Sharks get a trio of goals when Timo Meier, Erik Karlsson, and Matt Benning all score to give San Jose the 3-2 lead. Carter Verhaeghe then nets his fifth of the year to make this a tie game. After a scoreless overtime, Sam Reinhart’s goal, the lone goal in the shootout, gives the Panthers the 4-3 win over the Sharks.
- CLB v. COL – 2p ET
- NHL Global Series in Tampere, Finland
- BUF v. CAR – 7p ET
Noteworthy in Hockey
- Murray remains Blackhawks fixture ahead of Hockey Fights Cancer Night (NHL.com)
- An oral history of the Lightning’s original storm jerseys (NHL.com)
- Capitals History: Home Team Sports’ Beginnings in 1984 (Ted Starkey)
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