NHL News and Notes from Wednesday, March 8th, 2023
- The NHL Department of Player Safety would suspend Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Tony DeAngelo.
- DeAngelo would be suspended for two games for spearing Tampa Bay Lightning forward Corey Perry on Tuesday night.
- DeAngelo will forfeit $54,054.06 based on his average annual salary per the terms of the CBA.
- DOPS would also fine Minnesota Wild forward Ryan Hartman.
- Hartman would be fined $4,594.59 for slashing Calgary Flames defenseman Rasmus Andersson on Tuesday night.
- The fine is the maximum allowed per the CBA.
- The NHL announced that they have fined San Jose Sharks head coach David Quinn.
- Quinn would be fined $25,000 for his conduct while demeaning the officials against the Washington Capitals on Saturday, March 5th.
- Quinn’s actions would result in a game misconduct from the game.
- Minnesota Wild v. Winnipeg Jets – 730p ET
- In Winnipeg the Jets would play host to the Minnesota Wild, and in the first period Marcus Foligno would score to give the Wild the 1-0 lead. In the second period Logan Stanley and Nino Niederreiter would score for the Jets, but goals from Frederick Gaudreau and Ryan Hartman would keep the Wild ahead by one. Then in the third period Mason Shaw would score to give the Wild the 4-2 victory over the Jets.
- Chicago Blackhawks v. Detroit Red Wings – 730p ET
- In Detroit for an Original Six matchup the Red Wings would host the Chicago Blackhawks, and in the first period Taylor Raddysh would score a pair of goals to give the Blackhawks the 2-0 lead. In the second Jake Walman and Dylan Larkin would score to tie the game at two for the Red Wings. Then in the third period Joey Anderson would score for the Blackhawks, but goals from Lucas Raymond and Dominik Kubalik would give the Red Wings the 4-3 victory over the Blackhawks.
- Anaheim Ducks v. Vancouver Canucks – 10p ET
- In Vancouver the Anaheim Ducks would come to town to battle the Canucks, and in the first period Troy Terry would open the scoring for the Ducks, but JT Miller would score while shorthanded to tie the game at one for the Canucks. In the second period Andrei Kuzmenko would score for the Canucks, but 20 seconds later Brock McGinn would score to tie the game at two for the Ducks. Then after a scoreless third period Miller would net his second of the game to give the Canucks the 3-2 overtime victory over the Ducks.
- DAL v. BUF – 7p ET
- NYI v. PIT – 7p ET
- NYR v. MON – 7p ET
- NJ v. WAS – 7p ET
- PHI v. CAR – 7p ET
- VGK v. TB – 7p ET
- EDM v. BOS – 730p ET
- SJ v. STL – 8p ET
- LA v. COL – 9p ET
- NAS v. ARI – 9p ET
- OTT v. SEA – 10p ET
Noteworthy in Hockey
- The Jeff Marek Show: DeAngelo Makes Perry a Sympathetic Character… Somehow (SportsNet)
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