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NHL News for Saturday, March 11, 2017: Loose Pucks, Today’s schedule, Hockey Night in Canada

LOOSE PUCKS
Tomas Tatar (2-1—3) and Gustav Nyquist (0-3—3) each collected three points to help the Red Wings snap Chicago’s franchise-record road win streak at eight games . . . Blackhawks teammates Duncan Keith (900) and Andrew Desjardins (400) each skated in milestone games . . . Flames forward Johnny Gaudreau and Kings defenseman Jake Muzzin were fined $2,000 as supplementary discipline under NHL Rule 64 (Diving/Embellishment) . . . The Blues honored fans Collin Fenton and Jared Grzywacz in a pre-game ceremony for rescuing an 88-year-old woman from a burning home on Sunday night . . . A statue of NHL legend Gordie Howe was unveiled outside the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto as part of opening ceremonies unveiling a new NHL Centennial Exhibit.

SNEAK PEEK AT SATURDAY’S ACTION
All Times Eastern
Philadelphia @ Boston, 1 p.m., SN360, NHLN-US, NESN, CSN-PH
Nashville @ San Jose, 4 p.m., SN, CSN-CA, FS-TN
Ottawa @ Colorado, 7 p.m., CITY, TVAS, ALT
Calgary @ Winnipeg, 7 p.m., SN
Columbus @ Buffalo, 7 p.m., MSG-B, FS-O
Florida @ Tampa Bay, 7 p.m., SUN, FS-F
Toronto @ Carolina, 7 p.m., CBC, FS-CR
New Jersey @ Arizona, 8 p.m., FS-A PLUS, MSG
NY Islanders @ St. Louis, 8 p.m., NHLN-US, FS-MW, MSG+
Pittsburgh @ Vancouver, 10 p.m., CBC, SN, ROOT
Washington @ Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m., FS-W, CSN-DC+
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FLAMES, SENATORS AIM TO EXTEND STREAKS ON HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA
Four of 11 games contested today will be part of the Hockey Night in Canada broadcast, highlighted by the Flames (37-26-4, 78 points) and Senators (38-22-6, 82 points) aiming to extend their respective win streaks. Calgary looks to secure their ninth consecutive victory when they visit Winnipeg to take on the Jets (30-32-6, 66 points), while Ottawa aims to pick up their sixth straight win when they square off with the Avalanche (19-44-3, 41 points) in Denver. In the other two contests, the Maple Leafs (30-22-14, 74 points) visit the Hurricanes (27-27-10, 64 points) at PNC Arena, while the Canucks (28-30-9, 65 points) host the Penguins (42-16-8, 92 points) at Rogers Place.

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NHL scores, game recaps from Friday, March 10, 2017: Bobrovsky, Werenski help CBJ tie franchise season win record

FRIDAY’S RESULTS
Home Team in Caps
COLUMBUS 4, Buffalo 3
DETROIT 4, Chicago 2
Minnesota 7, FLORIDA 4
ST. LOUIS 4, Anaheim 3
Pittsburgh 3, EDMONTON 2 (SO)

BLUE JACKETS MATCH FRANCHISE RECORD FOR WINS IN A SEASON
Boone Jenner scored the go-ahead goal with 5:07 remaining in regulation to guide the Blue Jackets to their 43rd win of 2016-17 (43-17-6, 92 points), matching their single-season franchise record established in 2013-14 (43-32-7, 93 points).

* The Blue Jackets maintained their hold on second place in the Metropolitan Division and climbed within three points of the League-leading Capitals (44-15-7, 95 points).

Sergei Bobrovsky (29 saves) saw his personal shutout streak end at 182:19, the second-longest run by a goaltender in franchise history (Steve Mason: 199:19 from Dec. 23, 2008 – Jan. 2, 2009). Bobrovsky registered his fourth consecutive victory to improve to 36-13-4 in 2016-17 (2.07 GAA, .930 SV%, 6 SO), extending his career high and franchise record for wins in a season.

* Zach Werenski collected an assist to establish a franchise record for points in a season by a rookie (9-31—40), besting the previous mark set by Rick Nash in 2002-03 (17-22—39).
WILD RALLY TO PAD LEAD ATOP WESTERN CONFERENCE
Facing a 4-3 deficit in the third period, the Wild scored four unanswered goals to improve to 43-17-6 (92 points) this season and open a three-point lead atop the Western Conference and Central Division.

Devan Dubnyk entered the game at the start of the third period and made 11 saves to improve to 36-14-3 this season (2.03 GAA, .932 SV%, 5 SO). His 36 wins in 2016-17 match his career high from 2014-15 and are one shy of the franchise record for most in a season, set by Niklas Backstrom in 2008-09 (37-24-8).

Eric Staal (2-1—3) registered his fourth three-point game of the season to eclipse the 20-goal mark for the 10th time in his NHL career.

PENGUINS, BLUES EXTEND WIN STREAKS
The Penguins (42-16-8, 92 points) and Blues (34-27-5, 73 points) each secured wins to extend their respective win streaks and maintain their grip on playoff positions:

Phil Kessel scored the decisive goal in the shootout to guide the Penguins to their fourth consecutive win, keeping pace with the Blue Jackets in the Metropolitan Division. Marc-Andre Fleury (40 saves) earned the 374th win of his NHL career to tie John Vanbiesbrouck for 15th on the all-time list. Fleury also ranks third in NHL history with 53 career shootout wins, trailing only Ryan Miller (57) and Henrik Lundqvist (56).

Joel Edmundson scored the first game-winning goal of his NHL career with 19 seconds remaining in regulation to power the Blues to their third consecutive win, maintaining their grip on the final Wild Card spot in the Western Conference. Elias notes that Edmundson became the first Blues player to score a game-winning goal with 19 seconds or less remaining in regulation since Doug Weight (59:58) on March 27, 2003 vs. FLA (2-1 W).

DID YOU KNOW?
Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko (1-1—2) opened the scoring 12 seconds into the contest to reach the 30-goal mark for the third consecutive season, becoming the first Blues player to do so since Keith Tkachuk from 2001-02 to 2003-04.

 

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NHL News for Thursday, March 9, 2017

LOOSE PUCKS
Matt Murray (31 SV) earned his 25th victory of 2016-17 to set a single-season Penguins record for wins by a rookie goaltender, surpassing the mark established by Gary Inness in 1974-75 (24 W) . . . Stars forward Jason Spezza (1-1—2) extended his point streak to five games (4-3—7) . . . Penguins defenseman Chad Ruhwedel set career highs with three assists/points . . . Senators defenseman Fredrik Claesson (36 GP) scored his first NHL goal, while Stars forward Remi Elie (0-1—1) collected his first NHL point (3 GP).

SNEAK PEEK AT THURSDAY’S ACTION
All Times Eastern
NY Rangers @ Carolina, 7 p.m., FS-CR, MSG
Philadelphia @ Toronto, 7:30 p.m., TVAS, NHLN-US, SNO, CSN-PH
Minnesota @ Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m., SUN, FS-N, FS-WI
Anaheim @ Chicago, 8:30 p.m., CSN-CH, KCOP-13
New Jersey @ Colorado, 9 p.m., ALT, MSG+
Montreal @ Calgary, 9 p.m., SNW, SNE, RDS
Ottawa @ Arizona, 9 p.m., FS-A, RDS2, TSN5
NY Islanders @ Vancouver, 10 p.m., SNP, MSG
Nashville @ Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m., SN360 SNO, FS-W, FS-TN
Washington @ San Jose, 10:30 p.m., CSN-CA, CSN-DC
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WINNING STREAKS ON THE LINE
The League’s three hottest teams – the Blackhawks (42-18-5, 89 points), Canadiens (38-21-8, 84 points) and Flames (36-26-4, 76 points) – all look to extend winning streaks on Thursday:

* Two of those streaks go head-to-head when the Canadiens put their six-game run on the line against the Flames, who have won seven straight. Montreal holds a four-point lead over Ottawa (37-22-6, 80 points) atop the Atlantic Division. Calgary, meanwhile, sits two points back of Anaheim (34-22-10, 78 points) for third place in the Pacific Division.

* The Blackhawks, also winners of seven straight, face the Ducks at United Center. Chicago sits one point back of Minnesota (42-16-9, 90 points) – who visits Tampa Bay (30-26-9, 69 points) – for first place in the Central Division and Western Conference.

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NHL scores, game recaps from Wednesday, March 8, 2017: Penguins led to victory by Bonino, Malkin; Senators, Bruins keeping pace in Atlantic Division

WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS
Home Team in Caps
Ottawa 5, DALLAS 2
Pittsburgh 7, WINNIPEG 4
BOSTON 6, Detroit 1

BONINO, MALKIN LIFT PENGUINS TO VICTORY
Nick Bonino (3-0—3) and Evgeni Malkin (2-1—3) each recorded three points to vault the Penguins (41-16-8, 90 points) back into a tie – in terms of points – with the idle Blue Jackets (42-17-6, 90 points) for second place in the Metropolitan Division.

* Bonino notched his second career hat trick and first since Feb. 2, 2013 vs. LAK (3-1—4 w/ ANA). It also marked Bonino’s fourth career multi-goal performance (391 GP) and first since Nov. 4, 2014 at COL (w/ VAN).

* Malkin (31-39—70), who recorded his sixth three-point game of the season, reached the 30-goal milestone for the fifth time in his 11 NHL campaigns and the first time since scoring a career-high 50 goals in 2011-12.

SENATORS, BRUINS KEEP PACE IN ATLANTIC DIVISION RACE
The Senators (37-22-6, 80 points) and Bruins (35-26-6, 76 points) – who sit in second and third place, respectively – each picked up wins to keep pace in the Atlantic Division race:

Craig Anderson (35 SV) earned his 146th victory in a Senators uniform (282 GP) to tie Patrick Lalime (283 GP) for the most wins by a goaltender in franchise history. Anderson improved to 8-2-0 in his last 10 outings, posting a 1.80 goal-against average, .944 save percentage and one shutout dating to Feb. 11.

Brad Marchand (2-0—2) and David Krejci (2-1—3) each scored twice to lift the Bruins to a 9-3-0 record under interim head coach Bruce Cassidy. Marchand, who reached the 70-point milestone for the first time in his career (32-38—70), paces the NHL with 22 goals and 39 points dating to Jan. 1 (28 GP).

DID YOU KNOW?
Three players – Penguins teammates Sidney Crosby (34-36—70) and Evgeni Malkin (31-39—70) as well as Bruins forward Brad Marchand (32-38—70) – moved into a share of second place in the Art Ross Trophy race, behind Edmonton’s Connor McDavid (22-52—74). Chicago’s Patrick Kane (29-41—70) also has 70 points in 2016-17.

NHL Morning Skate Report for Wednesday, March 8, 2017: Lundqvist gains 404th win; Bobrovsky posts third straight shutout

TUESDAY’S RESULTS
Home Team in Caps
COLUMBUS 2, New Jersey 0
Philadelphia 6, BUFFALO 3
TORONTO 3, Detroit 2
NY Rangers 5, FLORIDA 2
St. Louis 2, MINNESOTA 1
COLORADO 3, Carolina 1
NY Islanders 4, EDMONTON 1
Montreal 2, VANCOUVER 1 (OT)
ANAHEIM 4, Nashville 3 (SO)

LUNDQVIST MOVES UP ALL-TIME WINS LIST
Henrik Lundqvist matched a season-high with 43 saves to earn his 30th win of 2016-17 and lead the Rangers to their fifth consecutive road victory and League-leading 24th win as visitors this season.

* The Rangers (43-22-2, 88 points), who hold the first Wild Card position in the Eastern Conference, drew even – in terms of points – with the idle Penguins (40-16-8, 88 points), who sit in third place in in Metropolitan Division. Pittsburgh, however, has three games in hand.

* Lundqvist (404-246-74 in 736 GP) passed Grant Fuhr (403-295-114-9 in 868 GP) for sole possession of 10th place on the NHL’s all-time wins list. He sits three victories shy of Glenn Hall (407) for ninth in League history.

* Playing in his 12th NHL season, Lundqvist reached the 30-win mark for the 11th time to join Martin Brodeur (14) and Patrick Roy (13) as the only goaltenders to accomplish the feat.

BOBROVSKY POSTS THIRD STRAIGHT SHUTOUT, COLUMBUS NEARS RECORDS
Sergei Bobrovsky made 33 saves to earn his third consecutive shutout and propel Columbus to a 7-2-1 record in its last 10 games, a stretch that has seen them outscore opponents 30-13.

* At 42-17-6 (90 points), the Blue Jackets moved within one win and three points of equaling single-season franchise records established in 2013-14 (43-32-7, 93 points). They sit in second place in the Metropolitan Division, five points back of the Capitals (44-14-7, 95 points) and two points ahead of the Penguins (40-16-8, 88 points) and Rangers (43-22-2, 88 points).

* Bobrovsky registered three straight shutouts for the first time in his career to extend his personal shutout streak to 179:29, the second-longest run by a goaltender in franchise history (Steve Mason: 199:19 from Dec. 23, 2008 – Jan. 2, 2009). He shares third in the NHL with a career-high six shutouts this season.

Cam Atkinson reached the 30-goal mark for the first time in his career. Atkinson (116), who became the seventh different Blue Jackets player to reach 30-goal milestone, sits four goals shy of tying R.J. Umberger (120) for second place in franchise history.

MOVEMENT IN THE EASTERN CONFERENCE
The tight race for Wild Card spots continued in the Eastern Conference, where positions 7-12 are separated by only five points:

Joshua Ho-Sang scored his first career NHL goal and Anders Lee (2-0—2) tied a career high with his 25th tally as the Islanders improved to 4-2-1 on their season-high nine-game road trip. With the win, New York (31-23-11, 73 points) maintained possession of the second Wild Card position, one point ahead of Toronto (29-22-14, 72 points).

Nazem Kadri scored his sixth game-winning goal of the season and Alexey Marchenko netted his first goal with Toronto (against his former club) as the Maple Leafs snapped a five-game slide to keep pace with the Islanders.

* Six different Flyers scored and Radko Gudas (1-2—3) recorded a season-high three points as Philadelphia (31-26-8, 70 points) improved to 3-0-1 in its last four games to remain three points behind New York and two back of Toronto.

OTHER TEAMS IMPROVE PLAYOFF STANDING
Several other clubs picked up wins to strengthen their holds on playoff positions:

Paul Byron scored his second career overtime goal (266 GP) and Carey Price (27 saves) reached the 30-win plateau for the fourth time in his career to help the Canadiens extend their winning streak to six games. Montreal (38-21-8, 84 points) increased their lead atop the Atlantic Division to six points. Per Elias, Price joins Ken Dryden (7), Jacques Plante (7) and Patrick Roy (5) as the only Canadiens goaltenders with four or more 30-win seasons.

Vladimir Tarasenko netted his sixth game-winner of the season to help the Blues (33-27-5, 71 points) – who have allowed only one goal over two consecutive victories on the heels of a five-game skid – open up a three point lead over Los Angeles (31-28-6, 68 points) as they hold the second Western Conference Wild Card spot.

Ryan Getzlaf recorded 1-2—3 and Patrick Eaves scored the lone goal in the shootout as the Ducks (34-22-10, 78 points) moved into a tie – in terms of points – with the Oilers (35-23-8, 78 points) for second place in the Pacific Division. Getzlaf (12-40—52 in 59 GP) hit the 40-assist mark for a franchise-best ninth time in his career.

LOOSE PUCKS
Mitchell Marner (15-37—52) recorded two assists to extend his lead among rookies to seven . . . Jack Eichel (2-1—3) extended his career-high point streak to 11 games (5-11—16) while eclipsing 100 career points (42-59—101 in 127 GP) . . . Henrik Zetterberg (1-11—12 in 7 GP), Alex Galchenyuk (3-5—8 in 6 GP) . . . Ryan O’Reilly (3-4—7 in 5 GP) and Jaccob Slavin (0-5—5 in 5 GP) also extended point streaks . . . Blue Jackets forward T.J. Tynan made his NHL debut . . . Forward Olli Jokinen rejoined the Panthers to announce his retirement from the NHL.

 

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