NHL News and Notes from Sunday, November 13th, 2022
- Dallas Stars v. Philadelphia Flyers* – 1p ET
- In Philadelphia, the Flyers play host to the Stars. In the first, Dallas gets a pair of goals when Matěj Blümel scores his first career NHL goal and then Esa Lindell scores his second to take the 2-0 lead. In the second, Travis Konecny nets his sixth to put the Flyers on the board but then Joe Pavelski scores his eighth of the year on a Dallas power play to give the Stars the 3-1 lead. In the third, a shorthanded goal by Luke Glendening, his second goal of the year, puts Dallas up by three and then a Jason Robertson power play goal, his 10th goal of the season, caps the game as the Stars breeze by the the Flyers with the 5-1 win.
- Note: Philadelphia wore their black alternate jerseys
- San Jose Sharks v. Minnesota Wild – 6p ET
- In the State of Hockey, the Wild host the Sharks. In the first period, a Frederick Gaudreau, his second goal of the season, gives Minnesota the 1-0 lead. In the third, Connor Dewar scores a shorthanded goal, his first goal of the season, to give the Wild the 2-0 lead but then San Jose will tie it up with a pair of goals from Steven Lorentz, scoring his second, and Nico Sturm, scoring his sixth. Alexander Barbanov then scores the second San Jose goal in the shootout to give the Sharks the 3-2 win over the Wild.
- Vancouver Canucks v. Boston Bruins – 6p ET
- In Beantown, the Bruins host the Canucks for the lone time on the season. In the first period, Connor Clifton’s second of the year gives Boston the 1-0 lead but then a J.T. Miller power play goal, his ninth goal of the season, ties the game for Vancouver. Patrice Bergeron then scores a power play goal of his own, his eighth of the year, gives the Bruins the 2-1 lead. In the second, Pavel Zacha, scoring his third, and Brad Marchand, scoring his fifth on a Boston power play, gives the B’s the 4-1 lead. In the third, a Vancouver power play goal scored by Sheldon Dries, his first of the year, brings Vancouver within two but then an empty net goal from Tomas Nosek, his first goal of the season, gives the Bruins the 5-2 win over the Canucks.
- Arizona Coyotes v. New York Rangers – 7p ET
- In New York City, the Coyotes visit Broadway to take on New York for the lone time on the 2022-23 season. After a scoreless first, the Rangers get a pair of goals when Barclay Goodrow and Adam Fox score. In the third, Chris Kreider nets his seventh of the year on a Rangers power play but then Clayton Keller scores on the Arizona power play, his sixth, to get the Yotes on the board. Ryan Carpenter scores for his first goal of the season as the Rangers go on to down the Coyotes 4-1
- Washington Capitals v. Tampa Bay Lightning – 7p ET
- In Tampa Bay, the Lightning look to strike the Capitals. In the first, Tampa gets a quartet of goals when Mikhail Sergachev scores a pair of goals, one on a Tampa Bay power play, Nikita Kucherov scoring on a Lightning power play, and Nick Perbix scoring to give the Bolts the 4-0 lead. In the second, Conor Sheary’s sixth of the year puts Washington on the board. In the third, Cole Koepke scores his first career NHL goal to give the Lightning the 5-1 lead but then a Lars Eller goal cuts the Tampa lead to three. Nicolas Paul then scores an empty net goal, his fifth of the year, to give the Bolts the 6-2 lead but then Garnet Hathaway’s second of the year brings the Caps within three but it is not enough as the Lightning double up the Capitals for the 6-3 win.
- Winnipeg Jets v. Seattle Kraken** – 8p ET
- In the Emerald City, the Kraken play host to the Jets in a Western Conference battle. In the first, a Jordan Eberle power play goal, his fourth goal of the year, gives Seattle the 1-0 lead. In the second, Winnipeg ties it up when Mark Scheifele scores on the Jets power play, good for his ninth of the year. In the third, Brandon Tanev nets his fourth of the year to put Seattle back up by a goal but with four seconds remaining in regulation, Blake Wheeler scores on the power play, his fourth of the year, to make this a 2-2 game. In overtime, Mark Scheifele scores his second of the night as the Jets down the Kraken 3-2.
- Note: Seattle is in their Reverse Retro 2.0 jerseys
- NYI v. OTT – 530p ET
- LA v. CAL – 830p ET
- CAR v. CHI – 830p ET
- STL v. COL – 9p ET
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