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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
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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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NHL Morning Skate for Wednesday, May 10, 2017: Stanley Cup Playoffs edition

TUESDAY’S RESULT
Home Team in Caps
Ottawa 4, NY RANGERS 2 – OTT wins 4-2

KARLSSON, ANDERSON LEAD SENATORS TO CONFERENCE FINALS
Erik Karlsson (1-1—2) scored the series-clinching goal and Craig Anderson made 37 saves as the Senators defeated the Rangers at Madison Square Garden to reach the Eastern Conference Final for the third time in franchise history (also 2003 and 2007).

* The Senators also clinched their First Round series as visitors, in Game 6 at TD Garden in Boston. The only other playoff year that Ottawa earned multiple series-clinching wins on the road was in 2007, when they posted series-clinching victories in New Jersey (Game 5 of CSF) and Buffalo (Game 5 of CF) en route to the Stanley Cup Final.

* Karlsson posted his second consecutive multi-point game (0-3—3 in Game 5) and tallied his second game-winning goal of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Karlsson, who leads the Senators with 2-11—13 in 12 outings, extended franchise records for assists and points in one playoff year by a defenseman and also became the first blueliner in franchise history to score multiple game-winning goals in a single postseason.

* Anderson (33 GP) earned his 18th career playoff win with the Senators to tie Ray Emery (18 in 30 GP) for second place in franchise history, three behind Patrick Lalime (21 in 41 GP).

Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored into an empty net to seal the victory, his team-leading seventh goal this postseason (and sixth vs. NYR). Elias notes that Pageau matched the franchise record for most goals in a single playoff series, a mark set by Martin Havlat in the 2006 Conference Quarterfinals vs. TBL.

* The Senators will start the next round on the road against the winner of the Capitals-Penguins series. Ottawa has faced Pittsburgh four times previously in the postseason (1-3), most recently in the 2013 Conference Semifinals (4-1 L), and Washington only once, in the 1998 Conference Semifinals (4-1 L).

SABRES, RANGERS TO PLAY IN 2018 BRIDGESTONE NHL WINTER CLASSIC
The 2018 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic will feature the Sabres playing host to the Rangers on Jan. 1, 2018 at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. The New Year’s Day contest will mark the 10-year anniversary of the NHL Winter Classic and will be broadcast live at 1 p.m. ET on NBC in the U.S. and on Sportsnet and TVA Sports in Canada.

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LOOSE PUCKS
Senators forward Mark Stone (1-1—2) tallied three goals in the Second Round vs. NYR (3-1—4 in 6 GP) after scoring once in the First Round vs. BOS (1-1—2 in 6 GP) . . . Forty-one of 66 games contested thus far in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs have been decided by one goal and another eight have been decided by two goals following an empty-net tally . . . The Stars acquired goaltender Ben Bishop from the Kings in exchange for a fourth-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft . . . The Kings signed forward Tanner Pearson to a four-year contract . . . ICYMI: The Penguins and Capitals were mic’d up for Game 6 of their Second Round series.

SNEAK PEEK AT WEDNESDAY’S ACTION
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Pittsburgh @ Washington, series tied 3-3, 7:30 p.m., CBC, TVAS, NBCSN
Edmonton @ Anaheim, series tied 3-3, 10 p.m., SN, TVAS, NBCSN
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GAME 7 DOUBLEHEADER CLOSES OUT SECOND ROUND
The final day of the Second Round features a Game 7 doubleheader that begins with the Penguins and Capitals playing out the latest chapter of their long and spirited rivalry at Verizon Center in Washington and closes with a decisive contest between the Oilers and Ducks from Honda Center in Anaheim.

* The Capitals will ice a roster that has skated a total of 76 career Game 7s, with forward Justin Williams boasting a perfect 7-0 lifetime record in winner-take-all contests. Williams collected 1-1—2 in his last such contest – a 5-4 victory with the Kings in the 2014 Western Conference Final at CHI that included an assist on the overtime winner – to increase his career Game 7 totals to 7-7—14, surpassing Doug Gilmour (13) for the most points in Game 7 history and tying Glenn Anderson for most goals.

* The Penguins, meanwhile, have won each of their previous Game 7s against the Capitals (1992, 1995 and 2009), including two victories in Washington, and own a perfect 5-0 road record in Game 7s – the best among all major pro sports franchises. Forward Carl Hagelin (0-2—2) owns a 7-1 record in eight career Game 7s, while teammate Matt Cullen (0-3—3) is 5-0.

* Eight players that skated in the last Game 7 between the Capitals and Penguins are expected to be in the lineup tonight: Pittsburgh’s Sidney CrosbyMarc-Andre FleuryChris Kunitz and Evgeni Malkin as well as Washington’s Brooks Orpik (who played for PIT in that game), Nicklas BackstromJay Beagle and Alex Ovechkin. Penguins defenseman Kris Letang (injured) also played in their last winner-take-all showdown.

* The Ducks will play host to a Game 7 for the fifth consecutive year as they try to snap a five-game losing streak in all Game 7s that dates to the 2009 Conference Semifinals at DET. The Oilers, meanwhile, will play their first Game 7 in nearly 11 years – a 3-1 loss in the Stanley Cup Final at CAR. The winner will own home-ice advantage against the Predators in the Western Conference Final.

* Oilers forward Milan Lucic has the most Game 7 experience among all players in the series, collecting 4-2—6 in 10 such contests in his career (all w/ BOS). Ducks forwards Ryan Getzlaf (0-3—3) and Corey Perry (3-1—4) have played in six Game 7s apiece, second on the Anaheim roster behind Patrick Eaves (1-0—1 in 7 GP).

GAME 7 TRENDS

* Home teams are 97-69 (.584) all-time in Game 7s in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including a 3-2 mark in 2016.

* The team that scores first is 124-42 all-time (.747), including a 5-0 mark in 2016.

* Forty Game 7s have required overtime (40-of-166, 24.1%). Home and road teams each have 20 wins.

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NHL Morning Skate for Saturday, May 6, 2017: Stanley Cup Playoffs edition

FRIDAY’S RESULTS
Home Team in Caps
ST. LOUIS 2, Nashville 1 – NSH leads 3-2
ANAHEIM 4, Edmonton 3 (2OT) – ANA leads 3-2

DUCKS MOUNT HISTORIC COMEBACK OVER OILERS TO TAKE 3-2 SERIES LEAD
With the Oilers leading 3-0, the Ducks scored three times in the final 3:16 of the third period – including the tying goal by Rickard Rakell (1-1—2) with 15 seconds remaining in regulation – before Corey Perry (1-2—3) completed the comeback at 6:57 of double-overtime to help Anaheim take a 3-2 series lead.

* Elias notes that the Ducks became the second team in Stanley Cup Playoffs history to overcome a three-goal deficit in the final four minutes of regulation to force overtime – the Oilers mounted the only other such rally en route to a 4-3 overtime victory in Game 3 of the 1997 Conference Quarterfinals vs. DAL.

* The Ducks overcame a three-goal deficit to win for the second time in franchise history, with both instances occurring this postseason (also Game 3 of FR at CGY). Friday also marked the third time this postseason (and second straight game) that Anaheim erased a multi-goal deficit to win – they trailed 2-0 en route to a 4-3 overtime victory in Game 4 at EDM.

* Elias notes that the Ducks became the 13th team in NHL history to win consecutive playoff games in which they trailed by multiple goals and first since the Kings achieved the feat in three consecutive games during the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs (Game 7 of CF at CHI, Games 1-2 of F vs. NYR).

* Overall, 23 of 60 games this postseason (38.3%) have seen the winning team overcome a deficit of at least one goal, including 12 that erased a multi-goal deficit to win. There have been five instances this postseason in which the winning team trailed by multiple goals in the third period.

* Perry, who has spent his entire career with the Ducks, scored his third overtime goal in the postseason to take sole possession of first place in franchise history. His seven career playoff game-winning goals rank second on the club’s all-time list behind Teemu Selanne (8).

* Elias notes that Rakell scored the latest game-tying goal in franchise playoff history. In Game 3, Rakell scored 25 seconds into the contest to set a club record for fastest goal to begin a playoff game.

DOWN TO THE WIRE
Friday marked the ninth time in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs that a team scored a tying goal in the final five minutes of regulation. The Oilers and Ducks have each scored two such goals:

Game-Tying Goals in Final Five Minutes of Regulation, 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs
19:45 – Anaheim’s Rickard Rakell on May 5 (4-3 2OT W)
19:42 – Montreal’s Tomas Plekanec on April 14 (4-3 OT W)
19:37 – Minnesota’s Zach Parise on April 12 (2-1 OT L)
18:58 – Ottawa’s Jean-Gabriel Pageau on April 29 (6-5 2 OT W)
18:55 – Pittsburgh’s Justin Schultz on May 1 (3-2 OT L)
18:18 – Edmonton’s Drake Caggiula on May 4 (4-3 OT L)
17:14 – Edmonton’s Oscar Klefbom on April 20 (4-3 OT W)
15:39 – Anaheim’s Shea Theodore on April 17 (5-4 OT W)
15:11 – Columbus’s Brandon Dubinsky on April 16 (5-4 OT L)

* Elias notes that the record for most tying goals in the final five minutes of regulation during a single postseason is 13, established during the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs (86 GP).

* Overall, 40 of 60 games this postseason (66.7%) have been decided by one goal, including 22 overtime contests – tied for the sixth-most overtime games in a single postseason in NHL history.

SCHWARTZ, ALLEN HELP BLUES STAVE OFF ELIMINATION
Jaden Schwartz scored the go-ahead goal 25 seconds into the third period and Jake Allen made 21 saves to help the Blues stave off elimination and force Game 6 against the Predators.

* Schwartz, who leads the Blues with 4-4—8 in 10 games this postseason, scored his third game-winning goal of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs to match the franchise record for most in a single postseason, equaling a mark achieved by Brett Hull (1988 and 1990), Scott Young (2001) and David Backes (2016).

* Playing in his first game of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Dmitrij Jaskin opened the scoring for the Blues – his first goal since Dec. 3 at WPG when he tallied his only marker of the 2016-17 regular season (51 GP). Jaskin also registered a game-high eight shots on goal, tied for the second-most by any player this postseason.

* Elias notes that 11 of 18 games in the Second Round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (61.1%) have featured a game-winning goal scored in either the third period (7) or overtime (4).

LOOSE PUCKS
The Ducks took a 3-2 series lead after losing the first two games for the third time in franchise history (also 2014 SR vs. LAK and 2016 FR vs. NSH) . . . The Ducks set a franchise record with 64 shots on goal, eclipsing the previous mark of 63 (Game 5 of 2007 CSF vs. VAN) . . . Oilers goaltender Cam Talbot (60 saves) became the first goaltender in franchise history to make at least 60 saves in a game (regular-season and playoffs) . . . Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf (1-1—2) ranks second in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs with 8-7—15 (9 GP) . . . Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg (0-2—2) extended his point streak to five games (5-3—8) . . . Oilers captain Connor McDavid (1-1—2) scored for the third consecutive game (3-1—4) . . . The Hurricanes signed goaltender Scott Darling to a four-year contract . . . The crowd at Scottrade Center helped sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” in support of flood victims in the area . . . ICYMI: The Rangers and Senators were mic’d up for Game 4 of their Second Round series at Madison Square Garden.

SNEAK PEEK AT SATURDAY’S ACTION
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NY Rangers @ Ottawa, series tied 2-2, 3 p.m., CBC, TVAS, NBCSN
Pittsburgh @ Washington, PIT leads 3-1, 7:15 p.m., CBC, TVAS, NBC
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PENGUINS AIM FOR SECOND STRAIGHT BERTH IN CONFERENCE FINALS
Pittsburgh looks to become the first team to advance past the Second Round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs when they take on Washington at Verizon Center. The defending Stanley Cup champion Penguins are aiming to reach the Conference Finals for the second straight year and third time in the past five seasons.

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