NHL News and Notes from Thursday, November 10th, 2022
- The New Jersey Devils remove the “adviser” tag from Martin Brodeur and name him Executive Vice President, Hockey Operations.
- The Tempe, Arizona City Council announced late Thursday night that they have unanimously voted to send the Coyotes proposed hockey arena and entertainment district to referendum, residents will be able to vote in a special election in May. Had the opportunity to push it to August but decided on the earlier date.
- Calgary Flames v. Boston Bruins – 7p ET
- In Beantown, the Bruins play host to the Flames. In the first, Calgary takes the 1-0 lead when Noah Hanifin nets his first of the season but then Boston ties it up when Connor Clifton scores his first of the season. In the second, Charlie McAvoy nets his first of the season to give the B’s the 2-1 lead. In the third, David Pastrnak scores an empty netter, his ninth of the season, to give the Bruins the 3-1 win over the Flames.
- Edmonton Oilers v. Carolina Hurricanes* – 7p ET
- In Raleigh, the Oilers look to get the win before any damage can be done by an incoming Hurricane. In the first, Andrei Svechnikov scores his ninth of the year to give Carolina the 1-0 lead. In the second, Brent Burns nets his third, a power play goal, to give the Canes the 2-0 lead but Edmonton gets on the board when Zach Hyman scores a power play goal, his seventh of the year. Andrei Svechnikov’s second of the night gives Carolina the two goal lead and then Jordan Staal nets his second of the year as the Hurricanes take the 4-1 lead. In the third, Connor McDavid’s 15th of the year brings the Oilers within a pair but then the Canes get a trio of goals from Jordan Martinook, Andrei Svechnikov (finishing the hat trick), and Jesper Fast as the Hurricanes get the 7-2 win over the Oilers.
- *The Carolina Hurricanes wore their 25th Anniversary alternate jerseys.
- Ottawa Senators v. New Jersey Devils – 7p ET
- In New Jersey, the Senators and Devils face off. In the first, New Jersey takes the 1-0 lead with Tomas Tatar’s second of the year but then Ottawa ties it up when Shane Pinto nets his seventh of the year, a power play goal. Ottawa take the lead when Travis Hamonic scores his second of the year but then Nico Hischier’s seventh of the year makes this a 2-2 game. In the second, Miles Wood’s sixth of the year gives the Devs the 3-2 lead. In the third, Shane Pinto scores his second of the night to tie the game 3-3. In overtime, Nico Hischier’s second of the night, a power play goal, gives the Devils the 4-3 win over the Senators.
- Philadelphia Flyers v. Columbus Blue Jackets – 7p ET
- In Columbus, the Flyers and Blue Jackets do battle in a division match-up. In the first, Columbus gets a pair of goals from Johnny Gaudreau and Zach Werenski to take the 2-0 lead. In the second, the Jackets take the 3-0 lead when Boone Jenner nets his thrid of the year but then Philadelphia gets on the board when Tony DeAngelo scores his third of the season. In the third, Ivan Provorov’s first of the season brings the Flyers within a goal but two empty netters from Nick Blankenburg and Boone Jenner lifts the Blue Jackets to the 5-2 win over the Flyers.
- Vegas Golden Knights v. Buffalo Sabres – 7p ET
- In Buffalo, the Sabres play host to the Golden Knights. In the first, Vegas takes the 1-0 lead when Chandler Stephenson scores his sixth of the year on the power play but then the Sabres tie it up with Tage Thompson’s ninth of the year, a power play goal. In the second, Phil Kessel scores his second of the year to give Vegas the lead again but Buffalo ties it up once more when Casey Mittelstadt nets his third of the year on the power play. Vegas then takes the 3-2 lead when Paul Cotter scores his second of the season. In the third, Alex Pietrangelo scores his first of the season and then Jack Eichel nets his seventh of the year as the Golden Knights take the three goal lead. Tage Thompson then scores his second of the night to bring Buffalo within two but Jack Eichel’s second of the night gives Vegas the three goal lead once again. Rasmus Asplund’s second of the year, a shorthanded goal, makes it a 6-4 Vegas lead but Jack Eichel completes the hat trick as the Golden Knights strike down the Sabres with the 7-4 win.
- New York Rangers v. Detroit Red Wings – 7p ET
- In an Original Six match-up, the Rangers travel to Detroit to take on the Red Wings. In the first, Mika Zibanejad’s eighth of the year gives New York the 1-0 lead but then Joe Veleno’s second of the year ties it up. In the second, Lucas Raymond’s sixth of the year gives the Red Wings their lone lead. Chris Kreider’s power play goal, his sixth of the year, ties it up for the Blueshirts 2-2. In the third, New York scores six goals with Adam Fox, Barclay Goodrow, Mika Zibanejad, Julien Gauthier, Libor Hajek, and Jimmy Vesey all scoring, thus giving the Rangers the 8-2 win over the Red Wings.
- Arizona Coyotes v. New York Islanders* – 730p ET
- In Long Island, the Islanders host the Coyotes for the lone time on the season. After a scoreless first and second period, Arizona gets a pair of goals in the third from Travis Boyd, a power play goal, and Jack McBain gives the Coyotes the 2-0 win over the Islanders.
- NOTE: Islanders wore their alternate jerseys
- San Jose Sharks v. St. Louis Blues – 8p ET
- In St. Louis, the Blues and Sharks face off. In the first, Torey Krug gives the Blues the 1-0 lead but then Timo Meier’s sixth of the year ties it up 1-1. In the second, St. Louis takes the 2-1 lead with Jordan Kyrou’s fourth of the year but then Tomas Hertl ties it up for San Jose with his third of the year, Brandon Saad’s first of the year gives the Blues the 3-2 lead. In the third, Logan Couture’s fifth of the year makes this s 3-3 game. St. Louis then gets a pair of goals from Calle Rosen and Noel Acciari to give the Blues the 5-3 win over the Sharks.
- Nashville Predators v. Colorado Avalanche – 9p ET
- In Denver, the Avalanche and Predators face off in a divisional contest. In the first, Eeli Tolvanen’s second of the year gives the Preds the 1-0 lead but then Mikko Rantanen’s eight of the year ties it up. In the second, Logan O’Connor nets a pair of goals to give the Avs the 3-1 lead. Mikko Rantanen’s second of the night, followed by Evan Rodrigues’ fifth of the year gives Colorado the 5-1 lead. Ryan Johansen’s fifth of the year cuts the Avalanche lead to three. In the third, Roman Josi’s third of the year brings Nashville within two but it is not enough as the Avalanche escape with the 5-3 win over the Predators.
- Chicago Blackhawks v. Los Angeles Kings – 1030p ET
- In Hollywood, the Kings play host to the Blackhawks. In the first, Chicago takes the 1-0 lead when Taylor Raddysh scores his fourth of the year, a power play goal. In the second, Phillip Danault’s fifth of the year ties it up 1-1. After a scoreless third, Kevin Fiala’s fourth of the year in overtime gives the Kings the 2-1 win over the Blackhawks.
- PIT v. TOR – 7p ET
- TB v. WAS – 7p ET
- SJ v. DAL – 830p ET
- MIN v. SEA – 10p ET
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