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NHL Morning Skate for Friday, May 26, 2017: Stanley Cup Playoffs edition

 

THURSDAY’S RESULT
Home Team in Caps
PITTSBURGH 3, Ottawa 2 (2OT) – PIT wins 4-3

PENGUINS OUTLAST SENATORS IN 2OT TO RETURN TO STANLEY CUP FINAL
Chris Kunitz (2-1—3) scored his second goal of the contest at 5:09 of the second overtime period as the defending Stanley Cup champion Penguins defeated the Senators in Game 7 to advance to the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight season and sixth time overall.

* Pittsburgh became the first NHL team to make consecutive appearances in the Stanley Cup Final since it faced Detroit in back-to-back years in 2008 (4-2 L) and 2009 (4-3 W). The Penguins, who also appeared in the Final in 1991 and 1992, are the first team in the NHL’s expansion era (since 1967-68) to make consecutive Final appearances on three separate occasions.

* The Penguins improved to 10-7 in 17 all-time Game 7s, including a 2-0 mark in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (also SR at WSH: 2-0 W). Pittsburgh appeared in multiple Game 7s within a single postseason for the second time in franchise history (also 2009 CSF at WSH: 6-2 W and 2009 F at DET: 2-1 W).

* The Penguins won a Game 7 in the Conference Finals for the second straight postseason (also 2016 CF vs. TBL: 2-1 W). Elias notes that Pittsburgh became the fifth team in NHL history to win a Game 7 to reach the Stanley Cup Final in consecutive playoff years and first since Dallas in 1999 and 2000.

* The Penguins improved to 4-1 in five all-time playoff series against the Senators, including four straight series wins dating to the 2008 Conference Quarterfinals.

KUNITZ SNAPS GOAL DROUGHT IN DRAMATIC FASHION
Penguins forward Chris Kunitz scored his first goals since Feb. 16 (regular season and playoffs), capped by the series-clinching tally in double overtime.

* Elias notes that Kunitz (37 years, 241 days) became the oldest player in NHL history to score an overtime goal in a Game 7, eclipsing the previous mark set by Scott Walker (35 years, 299 days) in the 2009 Conference Semifinals at BOS (w/ CAR).

* Kunitz became the 11th player in NHL history to score the decisive goal in a Game 7 that required multiple overtimes and first since Adam Henrique in the 2012 Conference Quarterfinals at FLA (w/ NJD).

* Kunitz became just the fourth player in NHL history to score the decisive goal in a Game 7 that required multiple overtimes to reach the Stanley Cup Final, joining Mel Hill (1939 SF w/ BOS), Ron Schock (1968 SF w/ STL) and Stephane Matteau (1994 CF w/ NYR).

MURRAY CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY WITH GAME 7 VICTORY
Matt Murray made 27 saves while celebrating his 23rd birthday to improve to 18-7 in 26 career playoff appearances (1.94 GAA, .928 SV%, 2 SO), including a 2-0 record in Game 7s (also 2016 CF vs. TBL: 2-1 W).

* Elias notes that Murray became the third goaltender in NHL history win a Game 7 on his birthday. The others: Curtis Joseph in the 1997 Conference Quarterfinals at DAL (w/ EDM) and Dan Cloutier in the 2003 Conference Quarterfinals vs. STL (w/ VAN).

* Murray became the second Penguins goaltender to win a Game 7 in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, joining Marc-Andre Fleury (SR at WSH: 2-0 W). Elias notes that Pittsburgh became the third team in NHL history to have two different goaltenders record Game 7 wins in a single postseason. The others: Chicago in 1990 (Greg Millen and Ed Belfour) and Minnesota in 2003 (Manny Fernandez and Dwayne Roloson).

60 IS NOT ENOUGH
Thursday’s contest marked the 27th overtime game of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (81 GP), one shy of tying the NHL record for most in a single postseason (28 in 85 GP in 1993).

* The Penguins scored the fourth series-clinching overtime goal of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, two shy of the NHL record for most in a single postseason (6 in 1993 and 1999).

* In addition, the 50 one-goal games in any fashion this postseason (81 GP, 61.7%) are one shy of the single-year NHL record, established in 2007 (51 in 81 GP, 63.0%).

GAME 7 NOTES

* The team that scores first improved to 126-43 (.745) in 169 all-time Game 7s in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including a 2-1 record this year.

* Home teams own a 99-70 (.585) advantage in the 169 all-time Game 7s in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including a 2-1 record this year.

* Forty-one Game 7s in the Stanley Cup Playoffs have required overtime (24.2%), with home teams owning a 21-20 edge.

2017 STANLEY CUP FINAL TO START MONDAY
The 2017 Stanley Cup Final will begin Monday, May 29, when the Penguins host the Predators in Game 1 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.

* The Penguins are making their second consecutive trip to the Stanley Cup Final, while the Predators are making the first appearance in franchise history. Elias notes that since the Stanley Cup came under sole control of the NHL after the 1925-26 season, the 2017 Stanley Cup Final will mark the eighth time that a team making consecutive trips to the Final is facing a first-time finalist, and first since the Red Wings defeated the Capitals in 1998.

* NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman will ring the opening bell at the Nasdaq Stock Market on Friday to celebrate the 2017 Stanley Cup Final.

* Media Day in advance of the Stanley Cup Final will take place Sunday, May 28, at PPG Paints Arena. A full schedule of events will be released shortly.

“NAMES ON THE CUP” TO OPEN IN THEATRES ACROSS CANADA MAY 30-31
As part of the NHL’s ongoing Centennial celebrations and as a salute to the 125th anniversary of the Stanley Cup, “NAMES ON THE CUP,” a documentary film showcasing the extraordinary and compelling story of the men whose names are forever immortalized on one of the oldest and most revered trophies in professional sports, will screen at Cineplex theatres across Canada on May 30 and at select locations on May 31.  Visit cineplex.com/events for tickets and a list of participating theatres. In addition to its theatrical release, the documentary will air on NBCSN in the U.S. on May 28 at 8 p.m. ET.

The 90-minute documentary features more than 70 NHL players and coaches – past and present – and is narrated by Emmy Award-winning actor Kiefer Sutherland.

Click here for the movie trailer.

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NEW EPISODE OF “ALL ACCESS: QUEST FOR THE STANLEY CUP” AIRS FRIDAY
A new episode of SHOWTIME Sports’ unprecedented behind-the-scenes documentary series ALL ACCESS: Quest For The Stanley Cup will debut Friday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME in the United States.

Click here for a full preview of the second episode.

LOOSE PUCKS
Penguins forward Carl Hagelin improved to 8-1 in nine Game 7 appearances. Elias notes that he tied Glenn Anderson (8-4), Ray Bourque (8-1) and Brad Richards (8-0) for the most Game 7 wins in NHL history . . . Senators captain Erik Karlsson (0-2—2) collected his 15th and 16th assists of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs to establish a franchise record for most in a single postseason, eclipsing the mark set by Dany Heatley and Jason Spezza in 2007 (15) . . . NHL LiveWireClick here to listen to the sights and sounds from Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final.

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NHL Morning Skate for Monday, May 22, 2017: Stanley Cup Playoffs edition

 

SUNDAY’S RESULT
Home Team in Caps
PITTSBURGH 7, Ottawa 0 – PIT leads 3-2

OFFENSIVE OUTBURST LEADS PENGUINS TO 3-2 SERIES LEAD
Pittsburgh scored four goals in the first period en route to a 7-0 victory in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final. The Penguins moved within one win of reaching the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight season and aim to become the first NHL team to make consecutive appearances since they faced the Red Wings in back-to-back years in 2008 (DET: 4-2) and 2009 (PIT: 4-3).

* The Penguins earned a margin of victory of at least seven goals in a playoff shutout for the fourth time in franchise history. In fact, Game 5 of the 2017 Eastern Conference Final marked just the third time in the past 10 playoff years that a team earned a shutout with a margin of victory of at least seven goals, and the second time this postseason (SJS: 7-0 W vs. EDM in Game 4 of FR).

* Elias notes that in the NHL’s expansion era (since 1967-68), Game 5 marked just the fifth time a team earned a margin of victory of at least seven goals in a shutout in the Conference Finals/Semi-Finals or later, and the first since 2002 (DET: 7-0 W vs. COL in Game 7 of CF).

* It also marked the first seven-goal margin of any kind in a Conference Finals game since the same Detroit victory in 2002 (7-0 W vs. COL).

* Pittsburgh’s four goals in the first 20 minutes of Game 5 were two shy of the franchise playoff record for most goals in a period (6), achieved in the opening frame of Game 5 of the 1989 Division Finals vs. PHI (10-7 W).

Evgeni Malkin collected three assists and leads all skaters with 6-17—23 in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (17 GP). Malkin (54-98—152 in 141 GP) became the 29th player in NHL history to record 150 career postseason points and leapfrogged Mario Lemieux (96) for second on the franchise’s all-time assists list. Malkin also skated in his 141st career playoff game (all w/ PIT) to pass Jaromir Jagr (140) for the most in franchise history.

Matt Murray, who made his first start of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs in Game 4, denied 25 shots in Game 5 to record his second career postseason shutout (also Game 4 of 2016 FR at NYR). He improved to 17-6 in 24 career playoff appearances (1.97 GAA, .927 SV%, 2 SO).

* When teams are tied 2-2 in a best-of-seven series in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the winner of Game 5 holds an all-time series record of 198-54, including a 5-0 mark this postseason.

CROSBY CONTINUES TO PRODUCE IN POSTSEASON
Penguins captain Sidney Crosby (1-1—2) scored for the third straight game (3-2—5) and ranks second among all skaters with 7-12—19 in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (16 GP).

* Crosby (56-100—156 in 140 GP) became the 22nd player in NHL history to record 100 career postseason assists and just the second active skater, joining Jaromir Jagr (78-123—201 in 208 GP). Elias adds that only three players in the past 20 years have reached the 100-assist milestone in fewer playoff games: Adam Oates in 1998 (126 GP), Al MacInnis in 1999 (132 GP) and Peter Forsberg in 2006 (136 GP).

* Crosby has recorded 38 points versus the Senators in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, his most against any NHL opponent (17-21—38 in 25 GP).

LOOSE PUCKS
Penguins forward Carter Rowney (0-3—3) collected his first three career playoff points (12 GP) . . . Penguins defenseman Olli Maatta opened the scoring for the second straight game and has collected 2-5—7 in 17 games in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, matching his total from the 2016-17 regular season (1-6—7 in 55 GP) . . . Penguins forward Matt Cullen scored his second goal of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (17 GP). Elias adds that Cullen became the first player to score multiple goals in a single postseason at 40 years of age or older since Teemu Selanne in 2014 (2 w/ ANA) . . . Sweden defeated Canada in a shootout to win the gold medal at the 2017 IIHF World Hockey Championship, while Russia defeated Finland to earn the bronze . . . Actor Michael Keaton, a Pennsylvania native, was in attendance at PPG Paints Arena for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final . . . ICYMI: A big crowd of enthusiastic fans greeted the Predators at the airport as they returned to Nashville for Monday’s Game 6.

SNEAK PEEK AT MONDAY’S ACTION
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Anaheim @ Nashville, NSH leads 3-2, 8 p.m., CBC, TVAS, NBCSN
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PREDATORS AIM TO CLINCH FIRST-EVER BERTH IN THE STANLEY CUP FINAL
The Predators, who began play in 1998-99 and are competing in their 10th postseason, aim to advance to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in franchise history when they host the Ducks in Game 6 of the Western Conference Final at Bridgestone Arena. Nashville owns a 3-2 series lead for the third time in franchise history and have won Game 6 in each of the two previous instances – the 2011 Conference Quarterfinals vs. ANA and the 2017 Second Round vs. STL. The Predators own a 6-1 record at home during the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs while the Ducks are 5-2 on the road, including a 3-2 overtime victory in Game 4 to snap Nashville’s playoff home win streak at 10 games.

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NHL Morning Skate for Monday, May 15, 2017: Stanley Cup Playoffs edition

 

SUNDAY’S RESULT
Home Team in Caps
ANAHEIM 5, Nashville 3 – series tied 1-1

NEAR-RECORD NUMBER OF MULTI-GOAL COMEBACKS THIS POSTSEASON
The Ducks overcame deficits of 2-0 and 3-2 to even their series with the Predators, marking the 29th comeback victory of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (71 GP, 40.8%) and 14th multi-goal comeback win this postseason (19.7%).

* Elias notes that the 14 multi-goal comeback victories are one shy of matching the NHL record for most such wins in a playoff year, a mark set in 2014 when 15 of 93 games (16.1%) were won by a team that erased a deficit of at least two goals.

* The Ducks have staged four of the multi-goal comeback wins this postseason, marking the sixth time in NHL history that a team has earned at least four such victories in a single postseason. The other instances: the Canadiens in 1973 and 1979 (4 in each), the Blues in 1986 (4), the Flyers in 1987 (5) and the Kings in 2014 (4).

* Elias adds that the NHL record for comeback wins in a postseason was set in 1990, when 45 of 85 contests (52.9%) saw the winning team erase a deficit of at least one goal.

DUCKS STAGE ANOTHER RALLY TO EVEN WESTERN CONFERENCE FINAL
The Ducks tied the game twice in the second period before Nick Ritchie scored the game-winning goal with 2:53 remaining in the middle frame to help Anaheim even the Western Conference Final at 1-1.

* The Ducks overcame a deficit (of any margin) to win for the sixth time this postseason, with Game 2 being their fourth multi-goal comeback win (also Game 3 of FR at CGY, Game 4 of SR at EDM and Game 5 of SR vs. EDM). Per Elias, Anaheim overcame a multi-goal deficit to win only four times during the 2016-17 regular season.

* Ritchie, the 10th overall selection in the 2014 NHL Draft, tallied his second game-winning goal of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (also Game 7 vs. EDM; 11 GP). He scored three such markers in the 2016-17 regular season (77 GP).

Jakob Silfverberg scored his ninth goal of the postseason to tie Penguins forward Jake Guentzel for the most in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Only two players in Ducks history have scored more goals in a single postseason: Andy McDonald (10 in 2007) and Corey Perry (10 in 2015).

* When teams are tied 1-1 in a best-of-seven series in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the winner of Game 3 holds an all-time series record of 205-99, including a 3-2 mark this postseason.

DID YOU KNOW?
Ryan Getzlaf (8-10—18 in 13 GP) collected three assists for his second three-point performance of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (also Game 4 at EDM: 2-2—4), moving within one point of Pittsburgh’s Evgeni Malkin (6-13—19) for the League lead.

* Getzlaf’s 18 points are tied for the second-most in a single postseason by a Ducks player, two points shy of tying the club record he set during the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs (2-18—20 in 16 GP). He is the all-time franchise leader in playoff goals, assists and points (37-80—117 in 117 GP).

* Among the 348 players with at least 100 career games played in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, only 20 have averaged at least one point per game – with Getzlaf (1.00 PPG) being one of three active players on that list. The others: Penguins teammates Sidney Crosby (1.11 PPG; 53-98—151 in 136 GP) and Malkin (1.08 PPG; 54-94—148 in 137 GP).

LOOSE PUCKS
There have been 44 one-goal games this postseason, with another nine decided by two goals following an empty-net tally (combined, 74.7%) . . . Ducks forward Ondrej Kase scored his first career playoff goal (5 GP) . . . Predators forward Ryan Johansen (1-1—2) registered his third consecutive multi-point game to boost his team-leading totals to 3-10—13 this postseason (12 GP) and equal the franchise record for most points in one playoff year . . . Predators forward James Neal scored his 13th career playoff goal with the Predators (32 GP), tying David Legwand (47 GP) and Shea Weber (59 GP) for the most in franchise history. ICYMI: Neal was mic’d up when he scored the overtime winner in Game 1 . . . Nashville mayor Megan Barry and Anaheim mayor Tom Tait made a friendly wager based on the outcome of the Western Conference Final.

SNEAK PEEK AT MONDAY’S ACTION
All Times Eastern
Ottawa @ Pittsburgh, OTT leads 1-0, 8 p.m., CBC, TVAS, NBCSN
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NHL Morning Skate for Sunday, May 14, 2017: Stanley Cup Playoffs edition

 

 

SATURDAY’S RESULT
Home Team in Caps
Ottawa 2, PITTSBURGH 1 (OT) – OTT leads 1-0

ANOTHER OT VICTORY GIVES OTTAWA LEAD IN EASTERN CONFERENCE FINAL
Bobby Ryan (1-1—2) scored at 4:59 of overtime to power the Senators to a victory in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final. Ottawa has won the opening game in each of its three all-time Conference Finals appearances (also 2003 and 2007).

* The Senators improved to 6-1 in overtime this postseason, including a 3-0 record on the road. Only three NHL teams have collected more overtime wins in a single playoff year: the 1993 Canadiens (10), 2002 Hurricanes (7) and 2003 Mighty Ducks (7).

* Elias notes that the Senators became the sixth team in NHL history to win six of their first seven overtime games in a single postseason and the first to do so since the Mighty Ducks won each of their first seven overtime contests in the 2003 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

* Ryan, who also scored in extra time in Game 3 of the First Round at BOS, became the first player in Senators history to record multiple overtime goals in a single playoff year. He leads Ottawa forwards with 5-6—11 in 13 outings this postseason, including a trio of game-winning tallies (also Game 4 of FR at BOS).

AS CLOSE AS IT GETS

* The Senators and Penguins faced off in the 25th overtime game of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (70 GP), three shy of tying the NHL record for most in a single playoff year (28 in 85 GP in 1993).

* Saturday’s contest marked the 44th one-goal game this postseason (70 GP, 62.9%). The NHL record for one-goal games in a single playoff year is 51, set in 81 contests in 2007 (63.0%).

* The Senators improved to 8-2 in one-goal games in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Their only multi-goal victory came after an empty-net tally in Game 6 of the Second Round at NYR.

LOOSE PUCKS
Teams that win the first game in a best-of-seven Stanley Cup Playoffs series hold an all-time series record of 456-208 (68.7%), including a 9-3 mark this year . . . Forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau (1-1—2) scored his eighth goal of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the second-most by a Senators player in a single postseason (Daniel Alfredsson: 14 in 2007) . . . Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin (1-0—1) registered his League-leading 19th point of the playoffs (6-13—19). Malkin (54-94—148 in 137 GP) also moved past Jaromir Jagr (65-82—147 in 140 GP) for third place on Pittsburgh’s all-time postseason points list . . . Craig Anderson (27 SV) earned his 19th playoff victory with the Senators, two shy of the franchise record held by Patrick Lalime (21) . . . ICYMI: Patients and staff at Montreal Children’s Hospital sang “Happy Birthday” to Predators defenseman P.K. Subban in an online video.

 

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NHL Morning Skate for Saturday, May 13, 2017: Stanley Cup Playoffs edition

 

FRIDAY’S RESULT
Home Team in Caps
Nashville 3, ANAHEIM 2 (OT) – NSH leads 1-0

PREDATORS, DUCKS CONTINUE TREND OF CLOSE GAMES
Game 1 of the Western Conference Final continued the trend of close games and comebacks that highlighted the first two rounds of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, with the Predators earning an overtime victory despite allowing the first goal and surrendering a tying marker in the third period.

* The Ducks and Predators contested the 24th overtime game of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (four of which have required multiple extra periods), four shy of matching the NHL record for most in a single playoff year (28 in 85 GP in 1993).

* Friday’s contest marked the 43rd one-goal game this postseason (69 GP, 62.3%). Elias notes that the record for one-goal games in a single playoff year was established in 2007, when 51 of 81 games (63%) were decided by one goal.

* The Predators overcame a deficit of at least one goal to win for the third time in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Overall, 28 of 69 games (40.6%) have seen the winning team overcome a deficit of any margin to win.

PREDATORS CLAIM OT VICTORY IN CONFERENCE FINALS DEBUT
The Ducks tied the game in the third period, but James Neal scored at 9:24 of overtime – on the Predators’ 46th shot of the game – to lead Nashville to victory in its first ever game in the Western Conference Final.

* The Predators improved to 9-2 in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs and 6-2 in eight all-time postseason games at Honda Center.

* Neal, who notched his fourth goal of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, scored his second career playoff overtime goal (69 GP) and first with the Predators. His only other such tally game during his first postseason appearance in 2011 with the Penguins (Game 4 of CQF at TBL).

Filip Forsberg also tallied his fourth goal this postseason to tie the game in the first period – his first marker since Game 1 at STL (4-3 W). After scoring first in each of their first eight games of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Predators surrendered the opening goal for a third straight game, improving to 2-1 in those contests.

Ryan Johansen assisted on both goals in regulation to boost his team-leading totals to 2-9—11 this postseason (11 GP), two points shy of equaling the most by a Predators player in one playoff year.

* The Predators registered more than 45 shots on goal in a playoff game for the fifth time in franchise history and second time this postseason (also Game 3 vs. CHI: 49 SOG in 3-2 OT W). The franchise record for most shots in a playoff game is 54, established in Game 1 of the 2015 First Round vs. CHI (4-3 2OT L).

LOOSE PUCKS
Teams that win the first game in a best-of-seven Stanley Cup Playoffs series hold an all-time series record of 456-208 (68.7%), including a 9-3 mark this year . . . The Predators improved to 5-2 in one-goal games this postseason (2-0 in overtime), while the Ducks fell to 6-2 (3-1 in overtime) . . . Ducks goaltender John Gibson made 43 saves to establish a playoff career high . . . Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg scored his eighth goal of the postseason to tie Ryan Getzlaf for the team lead and for second in the NHL behind Penguins forward Jake Guentzel (9). Only three players in Ducks history have scored more goals in a single postseason: Andy McDonald (10 in 2007), Corey Perry (10 in 2015) and Joffrey Lupul (9 in 2006) . . . Predators forward Austin Watson scored his first career playoff goal (11 GP) and first goal overall since March 13 vs. WPG . . . Goaltender Ben Bishop signed a six-year contract with the Stars.

 

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