NHL News and Notes from Tuesday, November 8th, 2022
- The Ottawa Senators announced that they will be retiring Chris Neil’s number.
- The Senators will retire Neil’s #25 on February 17th.
- Arizona Coyotes v. Buffalo Sabres – 7p ET
- In Buffalo the Sabres would play host to the Arizona Coyotes, and in the first period Tage Thompson would score for the Sabres, but goals from Lawson Crouse and Matias Maccelli would give the Yotes the 2-1 lead. Then after a scoreless second period, and an extended intermission due to a faulty Zamboni, Liam O’Brein would score his first of the season and Clayton Keller would score to give the Coyotes the 4-1 victory over the Sabres.
- Calgary Flames v. New Jersey Devils – 7p ET
- In New Jersey the Calgary Flames would come to town to take on the Devils, and in the first period Nazem Kadri would score to give the Flames the 1-0 lead. In the second period Ryan Graves and Dougie Hamilton would strike to give the Devils the 2-1 lead. then in the third period Tyler Toffoli would score to tie the game at two for the Flames, but Nico Hischier would score to give the Devils the 3-2 victory over the Blues.
- New York Islanders v. New York Rangers – 7p ET
- At Madison Square Garden it would be round two between the New York Islanders and Rangers, and in the first period both teams would trade tallies as Kyle Palmieri would score for the Isles while Filip Chytil would score for the Rangers for the 1-1 tie. In the second period Chris Krieder and Vincent Trocheck would score to give the Rangers the 3-1 lead. Then in the third period Adam Pelech would score to get the Isles back within one which would be followed by a Brock Nelson tally to tie the game at three, and then Anders Lee would score to give the Islanders the 4-3 comeback victory over the Rangers.
- St. Louis Blues v. Philadelphia Flyers** – 7p ET
- In Philadelphia the Flyers would break out the Cooperalls as they would wear their Reverse Retro 2.0 jerseys for the first time as they host the St. Louis Blues, and after a scoreless first period Wade Allison, Travis Konecny, and Noah Cates would score to give the Flyers the 3-0 lead. Then in the third period Ryan O’Reilly would score for the Blues, but Lukas Sedlak would score his first as a Flyer and Owen Tippett would score as the Flyers would go on to defeat the Blues 5-1.
- **The Philadelphia Flyers would wear their Reverse Retro 2.0 jersey while the St. Louis Blues wore their Home jersey.
- Vancouver Canucks v. Ottawa Senators – 7p ET
- In Ottawa the Senators would play host to the Vancouver Canucks, and Ryan Reynolds, and in the first period Bo Horvat would score for the Canucks, but tallies from Drake Batherson and Travis Hamonic would score to give the Sens the 2-1 lead. In the second period Ilya Mikheyev would score to tie the game at two for the Canucks. Then in the third period Tim Stutzle and Claude Giroux would score for the Sens, but goals from Horvat, Brock Boeser, Jason Studnicka, and Elias Pettersson to give the Canucks the 6-4 victory over the Senators.
- Vegas Golden Knights v. Toronto Maple Leafs – 7p ET
- In Toronto the Maple Leafs would go to battle with the Vegas Golden Knights, and in the first epriod Timothy Lilegren would score for the Leafs, but goals from Nicolas Roy and Jack Eichel would give the Knights the 2-1 lead. In the second period Mitch Marner and Lilegren’s second of the game would give the Leafs the 3-2 lead. Then in the third period Reilly Smith would score to tie the game at three, and then in overtime he would score again to give the Golden Knights the 4-3 overtime victory over the Maple Leafs.
- Montreal Canadiens v. Detroit Red Wings – 7p ET
- In Detroit for an Original Six matchup the Red Wings would play host to the Montreal Canadiens, and in the first period Austin Czarnik would score for the wings, but a pair of goals from Mike Hoffman would give the Habs the 2-1 lead. Then after a scoreless second period Lucas Raymond would score to tie the game at two for the Wings to force overtime. After a scoreless five minutes of extra hockey it would be Nick Suzuki in the shootout to give the Canadiens the 3-2 victory over the Red Wings.
- Edmonton Oilers v. Tampa Bay Lightning – 730p ET
- In Tampa Bay the Edmonton Oilers would continue their road trip as they would go to battle with the Lightning, and in the first period Warren Foegele would strike for the Oilers to take the 1-0 lead, but Brandon Hagel would score for the Bolts to tie the game at one. In the second period Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl would keep to their scoring ways as they would give the Oilers the 3-1 lead. Then in the third period Alex Killorn would score for the Bolts to get back within one, but the Oilers would hold on to defeat the Lightning 3-2.
- Dallas Stars v. Winnipeg Jets – 8p ET
- In Winnipeg the Jet would take on the Dallas Stars, and after a scoreless first period Jason Robertson would score for the Stars, but a pair of goals from Mark Scheifele and tallies from Pierre-Luc Dubois and Saku Maenalanen would give the Jets the 4-1 lead. then in the third period Mason Appleton would score to give the Jets the 5-1 victory over the Stars.
- Nashville Predators v. Seattle Kraken – 10p ET
- In Seattle the Kraken would go to battle against the visiting Nashville Predators, and in the first period Jordan Eberle would net a pair of goals and Will Borgen and Andre Burakovsky would score to give the Kraken the 4-0 lead. In the second period Filip Forsberg would score for the Preds to get them on the board. However, in the third period Brandon Tanev would score to give the Kraken the 5-1 victory over the Predators.
- Minnesota Wild v. Los Angeles Kings – 1030p ET
- In Los Angeles the Minnesota Wild would come to town to take on the Kings, and after a scoreless 54 minutes of hockey action Gabriel Vilardi would score the lone goal for the Kings to defeat the Wild 1-0.
- CAR v. FLA – 7p ET
- PIT v. WAS – 730p ET
- VAN v. MON – 730p ET
- MIN v. ANA – 10p ET
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