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NHL: 15-Game Days in league history

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NHL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

 

Saturday, Dec. 29 will mark the second of three 15-game days this season, and 15th in NHL history

 

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Saturday, Dec. 29, will mark the second of three 15-game days this season. Only the Blue Jackets are idle.

* The remaining 15-game day slated for 2018-19 is Saturday, April 6 (ANA idle).

* There have been 14 previous 15-game days in NHL history, including five which took place last season.

* The most combined goals scored on a 15-game day is 99 (including shootout-deciding goals), a mark set Oct. 25, 2008 (6.6 G/GP) on the second 15-game day in League history. The NHL record for most combined goals scored on any day is 103 during a 12-game day on Jan. 23, 1993 (8.6 G/GP).

* There have been 16 hat tricks scored on 15-game days, including one on Nov. 23, 2018. A player has scored four goals on a 15-game day twice, with both occurrences coming last season.

* The most assists recorded by a player on a 15-game day is four.

* The most points recorded by a player on a 15-game day is four, a feat accomplished 12 times including seven such occurrences last season.

* The most goals by one team on a 15-game day is eight (including shootout-deciding goals), a mark set by the Maple Leafs on Oct. 7, 2017 (8-5 W vs. NYR).

15-GAME DAYS IN NHL HISTORY, ENTERING 2018-19

Date Season Total Goals Goals/GP Most Goals, One Team
Friday, Nov. 23, 2018

Saturday, April 7, 2018

2018-19

2017-18

79

94

5.3

6.3

6

7

Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018 2017-18 90 6.0 6
Saturday, Dec. 23, 2017 2017-18 67 4.5 6
Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017 2017-18 80 5.3 6
Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017 2017-18 98 6.5 8
Saturday, April 9, 2016 2015-16 89 5.9 6
Saturday, April 11, 2015 2014-15 81 5.4 6
Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014 2014-15 86 5.7 6
Saturday, April 7, 2012 2011-12 88 5.9 7
Saturday, Oct. 24, 2009 2009-10 89 5.9 6
Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009 2009-10 96 6.4 7
Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008 2008-09 99 6.6 6
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005 2005-06 95 6.3 6

^Upcoming 15-game days: Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018; and Saturday, April 6, 2019

STANDOUT PERFORMANCES
A look at standout performances from the 14 previous 15-game days in NHL history:

MOST POINTS BY ONE PLAYER ON A 15-GAME DAY

Player Team Goals Assists POINTS Date
Jason Arnott DAL 1 3 4 Oct. 5, 2005
Milan Lucic BOS 3 1 4 Oct. 25, 2008
Michael Cammalleri MTL 3 1 4 Oct. 24, 2009
Jamie Benn DAL 3 1 4 April 11, 2015
Scott Hartnell CBJ 2 2 4 April 9, 2016
Alex Ovechkin WSH 4 0 4 Oct. 7, 2017
TJ Brodie CGY 2 2 4 Oct. 7, 2017
Mats Zuccarello NYR 1 3 4 Oct. 7, 2017
Johnny Gaudreau CGY 1 3 4 Oct. 7, 2017
Evgeny Kuznetsov WSH 0 4 4 Oct. 7, 2017
Alex DeBrincat CHI 3 1 4 Jan. 25, 2018
Mark Jankowski CGY 4 0 4 April 7, 2018

MOST GOALS BY ONE PLAYER ON A 15-GAME DAY

Player Team GOALS Assists Points Date
Alex Ovechkin WSH 4 0 4 Oct. 7, 2017
Mark Jankowski CGY 4 0 4 April 7, 2018
Marc Chouinard MIN 3 0 3 Oct. 5, 2005
Milan Lucic BOS 3 1 4 Oct. 25, 2008
Michael Cammalleri MTL 3 1 4 Oct. 24, 2009
Teddy Purcell TBL 3 0 3 April 7, 2012
Jiri Tlusty CAR 3 0 3 Oct. 11, 2014
Jamie Benn DAL 3 1 4 April 11, 2015
Alex Ovechkin WSH 3 0 3 April 9, 2016
Jason Spezza DAL 3 0 3 April 9, 2016
Mathew Barzal NYI 3 0 3 Dec. 23, 2017
Alex DeBrincat CHI 3 1 4 Jan. 25, 2018
Claude Giroux PHI 3 0 3 April 7, 2018
Filip Forsberg NSH 3 0 3 April 7, 2018
Jamie Benn DAL 3 0 3 April 7, 2018
Jordan Martinook CAR 3 0 3 Nov. 23, 2018

MOST ASSISTS BY ONE PLAYER ON A 15-GAME DAY

Player Team Goals ASSISTS Points Date
Evgeny Kuznetsov WSH 0 4 4 Oct. 7, 2017

^32 instances of a player recording three assists on a 15-game day, including four on Nov. 23, 2018

MOST SAVES BY ONE GOALTENDER ON A 15-GAME DAY

Goaltender Team SAVES Date
Cam Ward CAR 57 Oct. 25, 2008
Curtis McElhinney CBJ 48 April 11, 2015
Craig Anderson

Craig Anderson

COL

OTT

48

48

Oct. 24, 2009

Nov. 23, 2018

Jean-Sebastien Giguere ANA 47 Oct. 25, 2008
John Gibson ANA 45 Nov. 22, 2017
Roberto Luongo FLA 43 Nov. 22, 2017
Anders Nilsson VAN 43 Nov. 22, 2017
Andrei Vasilevskiy TBL 43 Oct. 7, 2017
Harri Sateri FLA 42 Jan. 25, 2018
Frederik Andersen TOR 42 Nov. 22, 2017
Mike Smith TBL 42 Oct. 25, 2008
Marc-Andre Fleury

Henrik Lundqvist

PIT

NYR

42

42

Oct. 25, 2008

Nov. 23, 2018

Mike Condon OTT 41 Jan. 25, 2018
Jhonas Enroth BUF 41 Oct. 11, 2014
Mike Smith CGY 40 Nov. 22, 2017
Anton Khudobin BOS 40 Nov. 22, 2017
Cory Schneider NJD 40 Oct. 7, 2017
Antti Raanta ARI 40 Oct. 7, 2017

 
TOP CAREER PERFORMERS
A look at the top career performers on the busiest days in League history:

MOST CAREER POINTS ON 15-GAME DAYS

Player GP Goals Assists POINTS
Alex Ovechkin 14 19 6 25
Nicklas Backstrom 13 3 15 18
Sidney Crosby 12 4 12 16
Patrick Kane 12 9 7 16
Ryan Getzlaf 12 5 10 15
John Tavares 12 7 7 14
Brent Burns 14 3 10 13
Claude Giroux 11 3 10 13
Scott Hartnell 12 5 8 13
Evgeny Kuznetsov 8 1 11 12
Anze Kopitar 11 3 9 12
Patrice Bergeron 12 4 8 12
Evgeni Malkin 10 6 6 12
Eric Staal 14 7 5 12

MOST CAREER GOALS ON 15-GAME DAYS

Player GP GOALS Assists Points
Alex Ovechkin 14 19 6 25
Patrick Kane 12 9 7 16
John Tavares 12 7 7 14
Eric Staal 14 7 5 12
Patrick Marleau 14 7 4 11
Jamie Benn 12 7 3 10
Cam Atkinson 9 7 2 9
Evgeni Malkin 10 6 6 12
Radim Vrbata 10 6 4 10
Brian Gionta 8 6 4 10
Zach Parise 9 6 3 9
Wayne Simmonds 12 6 2 8
Filip Forsberg 8 6 2 8

MOST CAREER ASSISTS ON 15-GAME DAYS

Player GP Goals ASSISTS Points
Nicklas Backstrom 13 3 15 18
Sidney Crosby 12 4 12 16
Evgeny Kuznetsov 8 1 11 12
Ryan Getzlaf 12 5 10 15
Brent Burns 14 3 10 13
Claude Giroux 11 3 10 13
Henrik Zetterberg 12 1 10 11
Corey Perry 12 1 10 11
Anze Kopitar 11 3 9 12
Phil Kessel 10 1 9 10
Thomas Vanek 13 0 9 9
Scott Hartnell 12 5 8 13
Patrice Bergeron 12 4 8 12
Alex Pietrangelo 9 3 8 11
Ryan Suter 12 0 8 8
Alexander Radulov 7 0 8 8

MOST CAREER WINS ON 15-GAME DAYS

Goaltender GP WINS Losses OTL
Braden Holtby 10 8 2 0
Roberto Luongo 9 6 2 0
Ryan Miller 8 6 0 2
Marc-Andre Fleury 11 6 3 1
Jaroslav Halak 8 6 0 1
Sergei Bobrovsky 7 6 1 0
Steve Mason 8 5 3 0
Frederik Andersen 7 5 1 1
Henrik Lundqvist 10 4 4 1
Cam Ward 8 4 2 1
Brian Elliott 8 4 1 3
Cory Schneider 7 4 2 1
Thomas Greiss 4 4 0 0
Pekka Rinne 6 4 0 0
Cam Talbot 7 4 2 1

 

 

NHL fines Jets’ Byfuglien for slashing

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Dustin Byfuglien on ice 2013 photo by Lisa Gansky - Flickr IMG_6709 via wikipedia commons

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NEW YORK (Dec. 28, 2018) – Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien has been fined $2,500 for slashing Calgary Flames forward Johnny Gaudreau during NHL Game No. 574 in Winnipeg on Thursday, Dec. 27, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today.

 

The incident occurred at 17:51 of the third period. Byfuglien was assessed a minor penalty for slashing.

 

The money goes to the Players’ Emergency Assistance Fund.

 

Fans elect Division Captains for 2019 Honda All-Star Game

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

(courtesy NHL PR)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NEW YORK (Dec. 27, 2018) – Toronto Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews (Atlantic), Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon (Central), Washington Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin (Metropolitan) and Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid (Pacific) topped their divisions in the 2019 NHL All-Star Fan Vote presented by adidas to earn the captaincies and first roster spots for the 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend, which will be held Jan. 25-26 in San Jose.

 

From Dec. 1-23, fans worldwide were able to cast their votes at NHL.com/Vote and via the NHL App. Fans were permitted to select as few as one player and a maximum of four players per ballot, without regard to position. The maximum number of ballots cast per day for each user was 10.

 

Matthews has played in the All-Star Game in each of his prior two NHL seasons (2017 and 2018) and now will serve as a captain for the first time. MacKinnon also will be making his third All-Star Game appearance (following selections in 2017 and 2018) and first as a captain. Ovechkin has played in seven prior All-Star Games (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2015, 2017 and 2018) and will captain the Metropolitan Division for the second straight year. McDavid will captain the Pacific Division for the third time in as many All-Star Game appearances (also 2017 and 2018).

 

The 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend will once again consist of a three-game tournament, played in a 3-on-3 format, featuring four teams – one for each NHL division. Each team will be made up of 11 players from the respective division: six forwards, three defensemen and two goaltenders.

 

The remaining players who will comprise the four All-Star rosters will be determined by the NHL’s Hockey Operations Department.

 

The head coach of the team with the highest points percentage (points earned divided by total possible points) in each of the four divisions at the halfway point of the regular season will guide the respective All-Star rosters.

 

The Sharks and city of San Jose will host the 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend, from Jan. 25‑26, including the 2019 SAP NHL All-Star Skills on Friday, Jan. 25 (6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET, NBCSN, CBC, SN, TVAS) and the 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Game on Saturday, Jan. 26 (5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET, NBC, CBC, SN, TVAS). The 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend marks the second time NHL All-Star activities will take place in San Jose. The Sharks previously hosted the event in 1997.

 

Fans can join the conversation by using the official hashtag #NHLAllStar. For more information on the 2019 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend, visit NHL.com/Fans/All-Star.

 

NHL Morning Skate for Monday, December 24, 2016: NHL goes on Holiday Break until December 27

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SUNDAY’S RESULTS

Home Team in Caps

Columbus 3, NEW JERSEY 0

CAROLINA 5, Boston 3

Philadelphia 3, NY RANGERS 2 (SO)

Florida 6, CHICAGO 3

TORONTO 5, Detroit 4 (OT)

NY Islanders 3, DALLAS 1

Los Angeles 4, VEGAS 3 (OT)

Arizona 4, SAN JOSE 3 (SO)

 

HURRICANES DEFEAT BRUINS ON WHALERS NIGHT

Sebastian Aho (2-2—4) and Teuvo Teravainen (2-2—4) each collected four points to help the Hurricanes defeat the Bruins on Whalers Night at PNC Arena. Carolina, which relocated from Hartford for the 1997-98 season, donned vintage jerseys on Sunday and will wear them again on March 5, 2019 when it visits Boston at TD Garden.

 

Quick hit notes and statistics from Whalers Night at PNC Arena:

 

* The last time two Whalers players each collected four points in a game was Jan. 18, 1993, when Geoff Sanderson (1-3—4) and Zarley Zalapski(1-3—4) did so versus the Winnipeg Jets.

 

* Aho and Teravainen each scored a shorthanded goal. The last time Hartford scored two shorthanded goals in a game was Dec. 3, 1992 against San Jose (Andrew Cassels and Murray Craven).

 

* Aho (21 years, 150 days) recorded the fourth four-point game of his NHL career (all w/ CAR). He became the third player in franchise history to record four points in a regular-season game four or more times before celebrating his 22nd birthday – a list topped by Ron Francis, the highest-scoring player in Whalers history (264-557—821 in 714 GP).

THORNTON, MARLEAU CLIMB ALL-TIME LISTS

* Sharks forward Joe Thornton collected the 1,041st assist of his NHL career to pass Marcel Dionne (1,040) for sole possession of 10th place on the League’s all-time list.

* Maple Leafs forward Patrick Marleau skated in the 1,612th regular-season game of his NHL career and tied Ray Bourque for 10th place on theLeague’s all-time list.

 

MAPLE LEAFS RALLY PAST RED WINGS, EXTEND HOME POINT STREAK

John Tavares (1-1—2) tied the game with 7.6 seconds remaining in regulation and Kasperi Kapanen (2-0—2) scored the overtime winner as the Maple Leafs extended their home point streak to 10 games dating to Nov. 6 (9-0-1). Toronto moved to 25-10-2 (52 points) overall and became the second team to reach the 25-win mark this season, joining Tampa Bay (28-7-2, 58 points).

 

* The Maple Leafs scored a tying goal at 19:52 of the third period or later and won a regular-season game for the first time in franchise history. The previous franchise record for latest game-tying goal in a regular-season win was 19:51 of the final frame, a mark set by Sergei Berezin on March 16, 2000 in an eventual victory over Detroit (4-3 OT W).

 

Morgan Rielly (1-1—2) recorded his third consecutive multi-point game and 11th of the season to boost his 2018-19 totals to 13-31—44 (37 GP) – tops among all defensemen. The Maple Leafs franchise record for most multi-point games in a season by a defenseman is 22, a mark set by Ian Turnbull in 1976-77 (80 GP).

STOCKING STUFFERS

Other highlights from the final games before the NHL’s Holiday Break:

 

Sergei Bobrovsky turned aside all 39 shots he faced – including 19 in the third period – to record his second shutout of the season (26th career) and backstop the Blue Jackets to their fourth consecutive win. Bobrovsky improved to 5-0-1 in his last six appearances dating to Dec. 13 (1.17 GAA, .962 SV%, 2 SO), including victories in each of his last four outings; he has earned 39 of his 234 career wins in the month of December (16.7%), highlighted by an unblemished 12-0-0 record in 2016.

 

Jayce Hawryluk scored the first two goals of his NHL career to help the Panthers defeat the Blackhawks and improve to 4-1-0 in their last five games. Hawryluk, a second-round pick (32nd overall) by the Panthers in the 2014 NHL Draft, captured a WHL championship in 2015-16 as a member of the Brandon Wheat Kings.

 

Tyler Toffoli scored the winning goal at 1:40 of overtime to power the Kings to their third consecutive victory. Los Angeles leads the NHL with 36 regular-season overtime goals since the 3-on-3 format was introduced in 2015-16, seven more than Chicago (29).

 

Dylan Larkin (0-1—1) extended his career-high point streak to 11 games (5-9—14), the longest by a Red Wings player since Henrik Zetterbergposted an equal run from Dec. 22, 2010 – Jan. 10, 2011 (6-10—16 in 11 GP).

A HISTORY OF THE NHL ON CHRISTMAS DAY

While the NHL hasn’t played a game on Christmas Day in 47 years, it was a regular occurrence from 1920 to 1971 with 125 total games contested on Dec. 25 over that 51-year span.

 

* The last time NHL games were played on Christmas Day was a six-game slate in 1971. California Golden Seals forward Stan Gilbertson, then skating in his rookie campaign, is the last player to score an NHL goal on Christmas Day (1-0—1 in 3-1 W vs. LAK on Dec. 25, 1971). He appeared in 428 career games across six seasons with the Golden Seals, Blues, Capitals and Penguins.

 

* Hall of Famer Jacques Plante became the first goaltender in Canadiens franchise history to reach 300 wins with a 6-0 W vs. CHI on Christmas Day in 1962. He achieved the feat in just 521 appearances – the fewest games required to accumulate 300 wins in NHL history.

 

* ‘Mr. Hockey’ Gordie Howe recorded 3-3—6 in an 8-1 W vs. NYR on Christmas Day in 1956 – the highest single-game point total of his 26-season NHL career.

 

* Howe has the most all-time NHL appearances on Christmas Day, taking part in 16.8% of all Dec. 25 games in League history (21 of 125). He leads all players in career games, goals, assists (tied) and points on Christmas Day – with the top producers a who’s who of Hall of Famers from the Original Six era.

QUICK CLICKS

 

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* Ryan Hartman fined for spearing

* Facts and Figures: Connor McDavid hits another milestone

 

THE NHL RETURNS FROM HOLIDAY BREAK DEC. 27

The NHL will return from a three-day holiday break (no games from Dec. 24-26) with a 13-game slate on Thursday, Dec. 27. All four division leaders will be in action on Thursday, including two going head-to-head when the Central Division Jets (24-10-2, 50 points) host the Pacific Division Flames(22-12-3, 47 points).

A look at current player statistics leaders for 2018, with only 45 NHL games left to be played over the final five days of the calendar year:

 

Alex Ovechkin (54-36—90 in 77 GP) paces the NHL with 54 regular-season goals in 2018, five more than Patrik Laine (49-19—68 in 78 GP). Ovechkin (33 years, 106 days as of Jan. 1, 2019) can become the fourth player in NHL history to lead the League in regular-season goals during a calendar year at age 33 or older. The only players to do so: Nels Stewart in 1937 (35 years, 3 days), Maurice Richard in 1954 (33 years, 150 days) and Peter Bondra in 2001 (33 years, 328 days).

^Ages as of Jan. 1, 1938Jan. 1, 1955 and Jan. 1, 2002, respectively

 

Connor McDavid (46-69—115 in 78 GP) leads the League in points this year, edging Mikko Rantanen (33-77—110 in 80 GP) – two of four players to reach the 100-point mark (also Nathan MacKinnon and Nikita Kucherov). The past 12 months mark the first calendar year to feature four or more players each with at least 100 regular-season points since 2010, when six skaters – and two sets of teammates – reached the plateau (Sidney CrosbySteven StamkosHenrik SedinDaniel SedinAlex OvechkinMartin St. Louis).

 

Marc-Andre Fleury paces all goaltenders with 42 regular-season wins since Jan. 1 (42-22-7 in 71 GP), marking the third calendar year in which he has recorded 40 or more victories (also 46 in 2009 and 45 in 2013). The wins leader in 2017 was Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby, who had 49 (49-13-2 in 66 GP).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NHL announces ‘Three Stars of the Week’: CBJ’s Bobrovsky, Leafs’ Rielly & Lightning’s Kucherov

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NEW YORK (Dec. 24, 2018) – Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Morgan Rielly and Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Nikita Kucherov have been named the NHL’s “Three Stars” for the week ending Dec. 23.

 

FIRST STAR – SERGEI BOBROVSKY, G, COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS

Bobrovsky stopped 130 of the 134 shots he faced, compiling a 4-0-0 record, 1.00 goals-against average, .970 save percentage and two shutouts to power the Blue Jackets (21-12-3, 45 points) to a perfect week. Bobrovsky earned his 25th career shutout with 28 saves in a 1-0 triumph over the Vegas Golden Knights Dec. 17. He then turned aside 29 shots in a 2-1 victory against the New Jersey Devils Dec. 20 and 34 attempts in a 4-3 win over the Philadelphia Flyers Dec. 22. Bobrovsky capped the week with his second shutout of the season, making 39 saves – including 19 in the third period – in a 3-0 triumph against the Devils Dec. 23. The 30-year-old Novokuznetsk, Russia, native shares third place in the NHL with 16 victories in 27 appearances this season (16-10-1, 2.68 GAA, .913 SV%, 2 SO). The two-time Vezina Trophy winner also paces the League with 94 victories and 14 shutouts since the start of the 2016-17 campaign.

 

SECOND STAR – MORGAN RIELLY, D, TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS

Rielly led the NHL with 3-6—9 and a +10 rating in four games to propel the Maple Leafs (25‑10-2, 52 points) to a perfect week and into second place in the overall League standings. Rielly scored once in a 7-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils Dec. 18. He then matched a career high with four assists in a 6-1 triumph against the Florida Panthers Dec. 20. Rielly finished the week with two more multi-performances, collecting 1-1—2 in both a 5-3 win over the New York Rangers Dec. 22 and 5-4 overtime victory against the Detroit Red Wings Dec. 23. The 24-year-old Vancouver native paces NHL defensemen in goals (13), assists (t-31) and points (44) through 37 contests this season; his 13 goals already are a career high, while his 44 points are eight shy of his personal best set in 76 games in 2017-18 (6-46—52). Rielly also leads the entire League (defensemen and forwards) with a +26 rating in 2018-19.

 

THIRD STAR – NIKITA KUCHEROV, RW, TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING

Kucherov posted an NHL-best seven assists and ranked second overall with 2-7—9 in three outings to help the League-leading Lightning (28-7-2, 58 points) extend their point streak to 12 games (11-0-1). He began the week with consecutive multi-point performances, picking up 1‑1—2 in a 5-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks Dec. 18 and two helpers in a 5-4 shootout victory against the Calgary Flames Dec. 20. Kucherov then established career highs with four assists and five points (1-4—5) in a 6-3 triumph over the Edmonton Oilers Dec. 22, becoming the ninth different player in franchise history to register a five-point game. The 25-year-old Maykop, Russia, native – who reached the 100-point milestone for the first time in 2017-18 (39-61—100 in 80 GP) – sits second in the NHL with 57 points and third with 41 helpers through 37 contests this season (16-41—57).

 

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