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Villanova’s Saddiq Bey added to John R. Wooden Award Watch List

 

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (November 5, 2019) – The John R. Wooden Award® presented by Wendy’s® announced its Preseason Top 50 Watch List today on ESPN’s SportsCenter and on ESPN.com. Chosen by a preseason poll of national college basketball experts, the list is comprised of 50 student-athletes who are the early front-runners for the most prestigious honors in college basketball, the Wooden Award All American Team™ and Most Outstanding Player Award.

Several universities boast multiple players on the list: Florida (Kerry Blackshear Jr., Scottie Lewis, and Andwew Nembhard) leads all schools with three selections, while Davidson (Kellan Grady and Jon Axel Gudmundsson), Duke (Vernon Carey Jr. and Tre Jones), Kansas (Udoka Azubuike and Devon Dotson), Kentucky (Ashton Hagans and Tyrese Maxey), Maryland (Anthony Cowan Jr. and Jalen Smith), Memphis (Precious Achiuwa and James Wiseman), Utah State (Sam Merrill and Neemias Queta), and Washington (Jaden McDaniels and Isaiah Stewart) each have two selections on the Preseason Top 50.

Of the 50 players on the preseason list, 34 are upperclassmen, including 22 seniors. The recent trend of recognizing outstanding freshmen continues with ten named to the list: Memphis’ Achiuwa and Wiseman, North Carolina’s Cole Anthony, Duke’s Carey Jr, Georgia’s Anthony Edwards, Florida’s Lewis, Airzona’s Nico Mannion, Kentucky’s Maxey, and Washington’s McDaniels and Stewart.

The Preseason Top 50 list represents 12 conferences. The Pac-12 leads all conferences with 8 selections, followed by the Big East and SEC with seven apiece, the Big Ten with six, the ACC with five, the Big 12 with four, the American and WCC with three apiece, the A-10 and Mountain West with two each, and the America East, Conference USA, and Horizon League with one selection apiece.

The players on the list are considered strong candidates for the 2020 John R. Wooden Award Men’s Player of the Year presented by Wendy’s. Players not chosen to the preseason list are still eligible for the Wooden Award™ midseason list, late season list, and the National Ballot. The National Ballot consists of 15 top players who have proven to their universities that they meet or exceed the qualifications of the Wooden Award. Nearly 1,000 voters will rank in order 10 of those 15 players when voting opens prior to the NCAA Tournament and will allow voters to take into consideration performance during early round games. The Wooden Award All American Team™ will be announced the week of the “Elite Eight” round of the NCAA Tournament. The winner of the 2020 John R. Wooden Award will be presented by Wendy’s during the ESPN College Basketball Awards on Friday, April 10, 2020

 

About the John R. Wooden Award

Created in 1976, the John R. Wooden Award Program hosts the most prestigious honors in college basketball recognizing The Wooden Award Most Outstanding Player for men and women, The Wooden Award All American Teams for men and women and the annual selection of the Wooden Award Legend of Coaching recipient. Honorees have proven to their university that they meet or exceed the qualifications of the John R. Wooden Award as set forth by Coach Wooden and the Wooden Award Steering Committee, including making progress towards graduation and maintaining at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA. Previous winners include Larry Bird (’79), Michael Jordan (’84), Tim Duncan (’97), Kevin Durant (’07), Candace Parker (’07; ’08), Maya Moore (’09; ’11), Chiney Ogwumike (’14), and last year’s recipients, Sabrina Ionescu of Oregon and Zion Williamson of Duke.

Since its inception, the John R. Wooden Award has contributed nearly one million dollars to the universities’ general scholarship fund in the names of the Wooden Award All American recipients and has sent more than 1,000 underprivileged children to week-long college basketball camps. Additionally, the John R. Wooden Award partners with the Special Olympics Southern California (SOSC) each year to host the Wooden Award Special Olympics Southern California Basketball Tournament. The day-long tournament brings together Special Olympics athletes and Wooden Award All Americans and coaches in attendance. It is hosted at the Los Angeles Athletic Club during the John R. Wooden Award Weekend.

For up-to-date information on the Wooden Award, please go to www.woodenaward.com and follow the Wooden Award on Facebook at www.facebook.com/woodenaward and @WoodenAward on Twitter and Instagram.

Name School Conference Height Class Position
Precious Achiuwa Memphis American 6-9 Fr. F
Ty-Shon Alexander Creighton Big East 6-4 Jr. G
Cole Anthony North Carolina ACC 6-3 Fr. G
Udoka Azubuike Kansas Big 12 7-0 Sr. C
Kamar Baldwin Butler Big East 6-1 Sr. G
Desmond Bane TCU Big 12 6-6 Sr. G
Charles Bassey Western Kentucky Conference USA 6-11 So. C
Saddiq Bey Villanova Big East 6-8 So. F
Kerry Blackshear Jr. Florida SEC 6-10 Sr. F
Vernon Carey Jr. Duke ACC 6-10 Fr. C
Yoeli Childs BYU WCC 6-8 Sr. F
Anthony Cowan Jr. Maryland Big Ten 6-0 Sr. G
Jarron Cumberland Cincinnati American 6-5 Sr. G
Antoine Davis Detroit Mercy Horizon League 6-1 So. G
Mamadi Diakite Virginia ACC 6-9 Sr. F
Alpha Diallo Providence Big East 6-7 Sr. G
Ayo Dosunmu Illinois Big Ten 6-5 So. G
Devon Dotson Kansas Big 12 6-2 So. G
Anthony Edwards Georgia SEC 6-5 Fr. G
CJ Elleby Washington State Pac-12 6-6 So. F
Jordan Ford Saint Mary’s WCC 6-1 Sr. G
Kellan Grady Davidson A-10 6-5 Jr. G
Jon Axel Gudmundsson Davidson A-10 6-5 Sr. G
Ashton Hagans Kentucky SEC 6-3 So. G
Tyrese Haliburton Iowa State Big 12 6-5 So. G
Markus Howard* Marquette Big East 5-11 Sr. G
Tre Jones Duke ACC 6-3 So. G
Anthony Lamb Vermont America East 6-6 Sr. F
Scottie Lewis Florida SEC 6-5 Fr. G
Nico Mannion Arizona Pac-12 6-6 Fr. G
Naji Marshall Xavier Big East 6-7 Jr. F
Tyrese Maxey Kentucky SEC 6-3 Fr. G
Jaden McDaniels Washington Pac-12 6-9 Fr. F
Sam Merrill Utah State Mountain West 6-5 Sr. G
Andrew Nembhard Florida SEC 6-5 So. G
Jordan Nwora Louisville ACC 6-7 Jr. F
Reggie Perry Mississippi State SEC 6-5 Sr. G
Myles Powell Seton Hall Big East 6-2 Sr. G
Payton Pritchard Oregon Pac-12 6-2 Sr. G
Neemias Queta Utah State Mountain West 7-0 So. C
Nick Rakocevic USC Pac-12 6-11 Sr. F
Jalen Smith Maryland Big Ten 6-10 So. F
Lamar Stevens Penn State Big Ten 6-8 Sr. F
Isaiah Stewart Washington Pac-12 6-9 Fr. F
Killian Tillie Gonzaga WCC 6-10 Sr. F
Tres Tinkle Oregon State Pac-12 6-7 Sr. F
Kaleb Wesson Ohio State Big Ten 6-9 Jr. F
Cassius Winston* Michigan State Big Ten 6-1 Sr. G
James Wiseman Memphis American 7-1 Fr. C
McKinley Wright IV Colorado Pac-12 6-0 Jr. G

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF VILLANOVA ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS & LOS ANGELES ATHLETIC CLUB

Villanova forward Robinson-Earl named Big East Freshman of the Week

Jeremiah Robinson-Earl

11/11/2019

 

NEW YORK – Marquette guard Markus Howard has been named BIG EAST Player of the Week and Villanova forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl has been selected BIG EAST Freshman of the Week in the first week of conference honors.  Howard recorded the highest point total of the week, a 38-point performance in Marquette’s season opener.  Robinson-Earl led Villanova in points and rebounds in a victory against Army.                

BIG EAST Player of the Week

Markus Howard, Marquette, G, Sr. – Howard became Marquette’s all-time leading scorer after tallying 38 points in an 88-53 victory against Loyola (Md.) in the team’s season opener.  He scored 30 points in the first half, which tied him with Jerel McNeal (2005-09) at 1,985 points.  A 3-pointer early in the second half gave the senior the record.  For the game, he shot 11-of-20 from the field, including 7-of-10 from 3-point range, and 9-of-10 from the foul line.  Howard has 1,993 career points.
BIG EAST Freshman of the Week

Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Villanova, F, Fr. – Robinson-Earl, the Preseason BIG EAST Freshman of the Year, started his college career in impressive fashion, scoring 24 points and pulling down 13 rebounds – both game highs – in a 97-54 victory over Army West Point.  He became the first true freshman at Villanova to record a double-double in Jay Wright‘s 19 seasons as the Wildcat head coach.

BIG EAST Honor Roll

Sean McDermott, Butler, F-G, Sr.

Averaged 19.5 points and 7.0 rebounds in a 2-0 week while shot 82 percent from the field.  Scored 26 points in a win against IUPUI.

Charlie Moore, DePaul, G, Jr.

In a 3-0 week, averaged 19.3 points, 5.0 assists and 2.3 rebounds.  Shot 60.6 percent from the field, 57.1 percent from 3-point range and was 10-of-11 from the foul line.

Omer Yurtseven, Georgetown, C, Jr.

Posted two double-doubles in a 2-0 week.  Averaged 18.5 points and 13.5 rebounds.  Shot 73.7 percent from the floor and 81.8 percent from the foul line.

Alpha Diallo, Providence, G, Sr.

Recorded two double-doubles and averaged 17.0 points, 12.0 rebounds, 3.0 blocks and 2.5 steals in a 2-0 week.  Had 19 points and 14 boards against Sacred Heart (106-60).

Mustapha Heron, St. John’s, G, Sr.

Averaged 27.5 points in a pair of 30-point victories.  Shot 60.7 percent from the field, including 10-of-13 3-point range, and was 11-of-13 from the foul line.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF VILLANOVA ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS & BIG EAST CONFERENCE

 

#10 Villanova Wildcats visit #16 Ohio State for first ever in Dave Gavitt Games, Big East vs. Big Ten

 

ILLANOVA, Pa. – An eight-day gap between the regular season opener, played Nov. 5, and game No. 2 on the slate – set for Wednesday night at No. 16 Ohio State – might not have been an ideal circumstance. But in the case of the youthful No. 10 Villanova Wildcats (1-0 overall, 0-0 BIG EAST), head coach Jay Wright believes there were benefits to the break.

“In a perfect world, we would liked to have scheduled a game last weekend,” stated Wright after his team completed a practice session Tuesday morning at Finneran Pavilion. “For a young team, though, it’s not a bad thing being able to practice. Every chance we can get to practice is good for us. When you have an older team, that may not be the case.”

The Wildcats conducted a scrimmage with officials last Saturday to simulate game conditions in the Davis Center. Coaches and staff also spent time in the days since evaluating the video of the 97-54 victory over Army on opening night.

“Turnovers and consistency of effort were two of the things we looked at,” Wright noted. “We had some good runs and then we’d lapse. And then a good run and a lapse. In the preseason with this group we have a lot to learn every game.”

Wednesday’s matchup at Value City Arena is part of the fifth annual Gavitt Games, a preseason clash of representatives of the BIG EAST and Big Ten Conferences. The Wildcats are 2-1 all-time in the Gavitt Games, with victories over Nebraska (2015) and Purdue (2016) and last year’s loss to Michigan in the rematch of the 2018 NCAA national championship contest. (Villanova did not participate in the 2018 Gavitt Games).

FS1 will be on the air at 6:30 p.m. with its pregame show live from Columbus with hosts Mike Hill and Steve Lavin. Tipoff is set for just after 7 p.m. with Tim Brando and Jim Jackson at center court. The Villanova broadcast can be heard on 610 ESPN Radio in the Delaware Valley and the TuneIn app everywhere. Ryan Fannon and Whitey Rigsby will handle the radio call.

Ohio State is 2-0 overall and projected to be a Big Ten Conference title contender. Junior Kaleb Wesson is a headliner for a Buckeyes squad with both size and skill coached by former Butler head coach, Chris Holtmann.

“Ohio State has more general experience than us at this point,” stated Wright. “They’re just a good experienced team with freshmen coming off the bench. In crunch time, they count on their veterans. With (Kaleb) Wesson and (Kyle) Young, they’re a big physical team, so tough on the offensive glass.

“This is good for us. We need this. I think our schedule so far has been good. The exhibition game and the scrimmage on the road against quality competition was good for us. Then playing at home for the first time against Army was nice. This is the next step for us. Let’s go on the road against a quality opponent and see where we are.

“Win or lose, we’ll get home and go back to work.”

Freshman forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl led the Wildcats with 24 points and 13 rebounds in the win over the Black Knights. Sophomore Saddiq Bey contributed 22 points and five rebounds. Robinson-Earl was named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week on Monday. The coaching staff is also looking at steady progress from junior captains Collin Gillespie – who missed much of the preseason with a broken nose – and Jermaine Samuels at the offensive end too.

“I think Jeremiah is starting to step up as a go-to guy,” added Wright. “Saddiq is. Collin really isn’t back into a groove yet. We’d like to get Collin going. We’d like to get Jermaine going a little bit. I think we have a chance to have a lot of balance and that’s what I’d like to see. We’re developing that.”

 

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY Mike Sheridan; COURTESY VILLANOVA ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

NHL Morning Skate for Wednesday, November 13, 2019

November 13, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

THREE HARD LAPS

* The Panthers rallied to stun the Bruins at TD Garden, posting the 19th four-goal, third-period comeback win in NHL history and first-ever by the franchise.

* Eighteen-year-old Kaapo Kakko scored twice, including the game winner, to become the 13th different 18-year-old skater in NHL history to score a regular-season overtime goal.
* Twenty-one-year-old Cale Makar found the score sheet yet again, becoming the eighth rookie defenseman in NHL history to score the game-winning goal in consecutive games.

PANTHERS RALLY TO FIRST-EVER FOUR-GOAL COMEBACK WIN

With the Panthers trailing 4-0 at the start of the third period, Aaron EkbladFrank VatranoMike Hoffman and Keith Yandle (1-2—3) scored four consecutive goals and Hoffman netted the decisive marker in the shootout as Florida overcame a four-goal deficit to win for the first time in franchise history.

* Tuesday’s contest marked the 19th instance in NHL history a team overcame a four-goal, third-period deficit to win in any fashion and first since the Wild on Jan. 9, 2010. The Panthers are just the ninth road team to accomplish the feat.

* Florida joined Washington (Oct. 25) and Winnipeg (Oct. 4) as the third team to record a comeback win of four or more goals this season. The 2019-20 campaign is just the second in NHL history to feature three four-goal comeback wins, regardless of period, through the first 280 games. The other: 1991-92 (3).

 

Jonathan Huberdeau (0-3—3) has found the score sheet in all but three games in 2019-20. His three-point performance Tuesday boosted his career totals to 134-249—383, moving the eight-year veteran into a tie with Stephen Weiss (249) for the most assists in franchise history.

* Additionally, Huberdeau’s three third-period assists matched the franchise record for most in a single period, achieved on eight occasions – with Scott Mellanby (Jan. 13, 1999 vs. TOR) the only other to do so in the final frame.
KAKKO JOINS ELITE COMPANY WITH OT WINNER

Kaapo Kakko scored twice – including the overtime winner – to lift New York to its fifth win in seven contests. He became the youngest player in franchise history to score in overtime, while also recording the club’s first-ever multi-goal game by an 18 year old.

* The 2019 second-overall pick (6-2—8), who trails only Buffalo’s Victor Olofsson (7-5—12) in rookie goals this season, became the 13th different 18-year-old skater in NHL history to score a regular-season overtime goal.

* Kakko (6-2—8), who scored one of five New York goals against Florida Sunday, joined Manny Malholtra (Nov. 7-10, 1998 and Feb. 22-26, 1999) as the second 18-year-old in Rangers history to score in consecutive team games.

Tony DeAngelo collected an assist on Kakko’s game-opening goal to extend his point streak to five contests (1-5—6). After posting an eight-game run in 2018-19 (0-9—9 in 8 GP from Feb. 12-27), the 24-year-old defenseman joined Brian Leetch (6 GP in 2000-01 and 6 GP 2001-02) as just the second Rangers defenseman in the last 20 years to register a point in five or more games in consecutive seasons.

MAKAR JOINS RARE COMPANY WITH SECOND WINNER IN AS MANY GAMES

Cale Makar netted the game-winning goal for the second time in as many games, while Nathan MacKinnon (2-2—4) and 22-year-old netminder Adam Werner (40 saves) also played pivotal roles as the Avalanche blanked the Jets to collect their third straight win.

* Makar, who scored twice in Colorado’s win Sunday, became the first rookie defenseman in Avalanche/Nordiques history to record the game-winning goal in consecutive games. In fact, only seven other rookie blueliners in NHL history have accomplished the feat.

* The 21-year-old defenseman leads all rookies in scoring this season (5-13—18), highlighted by a three-game goal streak dating to Nov. 7 (4-2—6). Makar, who joined Flyers rookie defenseman Philippe Myers with goals in three straight games, has found the score sheet in 14 of his first 18 career regular-season games.

* Twenty-two-year-old Werner, who posted a 2.88 GAA and .908 SV% in nine games with the Colorado Eagles of the American Hockey League this season, came in relief of Pavel Francouz and became the ninth goaltender since 1955-56 to post a 40-save performance in his NHL debut.

COYOTES SNAP ANOTHER WIN STREAK
After Conor Garland netted the shootout winner Monday to halt the Capitals’ six-game win streak, he played the role of hero again in Tuesday’s shootout as Arizona brought St. Louis’s seven-game win streak to an end.

* The 2019-20 season marks the second time in Coyotes/Jets history in which the club snapped an opponents’ win streaks of six or more games multiple times in the same season. The other instance occurred while the franchise was located in Winnipeg: 1984-85 (EDM: 8 GP, LAK: 7 GP).

MARCHAND, DRAISAITL EXTEND RESPECTIVE POINT STREAKS
Brad Marchand (0-1—1) extended his home point streak to 10 games and became the fourth player this season to reach the 30-point mark (11-19—30), while Leon Draisaitl (1-1—2) recorded the third 10-game point streak of his career.

* Marchand became the seventh different player in Bruins history to record a home point streak of 10 games to start the season and first since Bobby Orr in 1974-75 – which also stands as the longest such run in franchise history.

* The 21-year-old defenseman leads all rookies in scoring this season (5-13—18), highlighted by a three-game goal streak dating to Nov. 7 (4-2—6). Makar, who joined Flyers rookie defenseman Philippe Myers with goals in three straight games, has found the score sheet in 14 of his first 18 career regular-season games.

* Twenty-two-year-old Werner, who posted a 2.88 GAA and .908 SV% in nine games with the Colorado Eagles of the American Hockey League this season, came in relief of Pavel Francouz and became the ninth goaltender since 1955-56 to post a 40-save performance in his NHL debut.

COYOTES SNAP ANOTHER WIN STREAK
After Conor Garland netted the shootout winner Monday to halt the Capitals’ six-game win streak, he played the role of hero again in Tuesday’s shootout as Arizona brought St. Louis’s seven-game win streak to an end.

* The 2019-20 season marks the second time in Coyotes/Jets history in which the club snapped an opponents’ win streaks of six or more games multiple times in the same season. The other instance occurred while the franchise was located in Winnipeg: 1984-85 (EDM: 8 GP, LAK: 7 GP).

MARCHAND, DRAISAITL EXTEND RESPECTIVE POINT STREAKS
Brad Marchand (0-1—1) extended his home point streak to 10 games and became the fourth player this season to reach the 30-point mark (11-19—30), while Leon Draisaitl (1-1—2) recorded the third 10-game point streak of his career.

* Marchand became the seventh different player in Bruins history to record a home point streak of 10 games to start the season and first since Bobby Orr in 1974-75 – which also stands as the longest such run in franchise history.

* This marks the sixth straight season with at least one player posting a season-opening home point streak of at least 10 games. In 2018-19, both Nicklas Backstrom (16 GP from Oct. 3 – Dec. 15, 2018 w/ WSH) and Sebastian Aho (10 GP from Oct. 4 – Nov. 17, 2018 w/ CAR) achieved the feat.

* The NHL has featured four or more players each record at least 30 points through the League’s first 280 games of a season for the third time in the last 25 years. Four players accomplished the feat in 1996-97, the last such instance: Peter Forsberg (11-24—35), Joe Sakic (10-25—35), Mats Sundin (13-18—31) and Saku Koivu (10-20—30).

* Draisaitl extended his point streak to 10 games (9-11—20) to become the sixth Oilers player to record three or more double-digit point streaks (also:14 GP in 2018-2019, 11 GP in 2016-17). Wayne Gretzky leads the franchise with 21.

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PREVIEW OF TODAY’S ACTION

CAPITALS, ISLANDERS LOOK TO EXTEND POINT STREAKS TO 13 GAMES
The top two teams in the Metropolitan Division will look to extend their individual point streaks to 13 games when the Islanders (11-0-1 since Oct. 12) host John Tavares and the Maple Leafs, while the Capitals (10-0-2 since Oct. 16) visit the Flyers – who enter Wednesday on a four-game winning streak. New York and Washington’s 12-game stretches are the longest team point streaks of 2019-20.

* The Islanders can record a point streak of 13 or more games for the fifth time in franchise history and first since a 15-game run – all wins – in 1981-82 (15-0-0). New York also owns an active home point streak of eight games (7-0-1) and have earned a League-leading eight wins as hosts overall this season (8-2-1, 17 points).

* Wednesday is set to mark the third all-time meeting at NYCB Live/Nassau Coliseum between John Tavares and his former team (also Feb. 28, 2019 and April 1, 2019). Tavares was held off the score sheet in the first game but found the back of the net in the second, with the Islanders becoming the 31st franchise he has scored at least one goal against.

* The Capitals’ current 12-game run is three shy of the franchise record set in 2009-10 (14-0-1 from Jan. 13 – Feb. 10, 2010). Washington has had three different point streaks of 12 or more games over the past 10 seasons (since 2009-10), one of five clubs with as many over that span joining Anaheim (4x), Boston (4x), Pittsburgh (3x) and Columbus (3x).

 

MORNING SKATE PUBLISHED BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NHLmedia.com

 

 

 

 

 

NHL update on 2019-20 Coach’s Challenge Tracker; A list of all challenges through games played Nov. 12

 

November 13, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

37 Coach’s Challenges | 15 upheld | 22 overturned

· 12 for goalie interference | 7 upheld | 5 overturned (5 to “no goal” / 0 to “goal”)

· 1 initiated by Situation Room for goalie interference | 1 upheld | 0 overturned

· 18 for offside | 2 upheld | 16 overturned (all to “no goal”)

· 2 initiated by Situation Room for offside | 1 upheld | 1 overturned (all to “no goal”)

· 4 for stoppage | 4 upheld | 0 overturned (all to “no goal”)

· 0 initiated by Situation Room for stoppage | 0 upheld | 0 overturned (all to “no goal”)

 

ATLANTIC DIVISION METROPOLITAN DIVISION
Team Requested Opposing Team Requested Opposing
Boston 5 Carolina 2 2
Buffalo 1 2 Columbus 1
Detroit 4 1 New Jersey 1
Florida NY Islanders 1
Montreal 2 NY Rangers 1
Ottawa 1 Philadelphia 2
Toronto 2 Pittsburgh 1 1
Tampa Bay 1 Washington 4

 

CENTRAL DIVISION PACIFIC DIVISION
Team Requested Opposing Team Requested Opposing
Chicago 2 Anaheim 2 2
Colorado 5 1 Arizona 1
Dallas 1 3 Calgary 2
Minnesota 2 1 Edmonton 1
Nashville 1 Los Angeles
St. Louis 2 1 San Jose 1 2
Winnipeg 2 2 Vancouver
Vegas 2

*Requested column does not include challenges initiated by Situation Room

 

SITUATION ROOM INITIATED CHALLENGES – 3

In the final minute of play in the third period and at any point in overtime (regular season and playoffs), Hockey Operations initiates the review of any scenario that would otherwise be subject to a Coach’s Challenge. This process has been initiated for the following teams:

 

Atlantic: Tampa Bay

Pacific: Arizona, San Jose

 

OVERTURNED

Teams to either have their goal taken down or counted based on a challenge of any sort.

 

Call changed from “goal” to “no goal” – 22
Atlantic: Boston (4), Detroit, Ottawa

Metropolitan: Carolina, Philadelphia (2), Washington (3)

Central: Dallas, Minnesota, Nashville, St. Louis, Winnipeg (2)

Pacific: Anaheim, Calgary, San Jose (2)

 

Call changed from “no goal” to “goal” – 0

 

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

 

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