Flyers Have Only 12 Penalties, An Nhl Low

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(LM Otero/AP) Travel Deals Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2014, 3:01 AM CHICAGO – The Flyers, of all teams, have committed a league-low 12 minor penalties, and they have averaged the NHL’s fewest penalty minutes per game (seven) in the first five games. It’s a small sample, but it is still eye-opening for a franchise that usually leads the NHL – or is near the top – in both categories. It’s been “way less taxing” on his penalty killers, said coach Craig Berube, whose team plays in Chicago on Tuesday night. “We’ve been good so far, and we have to continue to check properly, because when your sticks are in the air and you’re hooking and tripping and stuff, you’re going to get penalties. . . . Discipline-wise, with the physical play, it’s been good.” Berube was asked if he was a little surprised his team had the fewest penalties in the NHL. More coverage source:

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Goalkeeper Pekka Rinne (4-0-1) iced the win by stopping right wing Martin Erat. Nashville (4-0-2) has picked up points in all six games under first-year coach Peter Laviolette. Center Derek Roy also scored in the shootout for Nashville, while center Antoine Vermette extended the shootout for Arizona (2-2-1) by tallying on its third shot of the tiebreaker. – – – Jets 3, Hurricanes 1 The Winnipeg Jets snapped a four-game losing streak with an efficient but unspectacular 3-1 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes . The win improved the Jets record to 2-4-0 while the Hurricanes remain winless on the season and fell to 0-3-2. The Jets opened the scoring through Andrew Ladd and tust 40 seconds later, rookie left winger Adam Lowry put the Jets up 2-0 when he tipped home the first goal of his NHL career. – – – Stars 6, Canucks 3 Left winger Erik Cole scored twice, and the Dallas Stars defeated the Vancouver Canucks 6-3 for their first home win of the season. The Stars led 3-0 after the first period and 5-0 less than two minutes into the second before the Canucks made the final score more respectable. Dallas (3-1-2) took its first lead 4:08 into the game when Vancouver defenseman Alexandre Burrows knocked a pass from Stars left winger Ryan Garbutt into his own net and further first period scores came from Cole and Tyler Seguin. – – – Panthers 4, Avalanche 3 (OT) Brad Boyes scored a power-play goal 2:23 into overtime and the Florida Panthers beat the Colorado Avalanche 4-3. Left winger Jussi Jokinen fed a pass from the backboards and Boyes blasted a shot past goaltender Reto Berra to give the Panthers their second road win of the season. Left winger Sean Bergenheim and centers Brandon Pirri and Aleksander Barkov scored for the Panthers. source:–nhl.html

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Chicago easily handled the Philadelphia Flyers by a final score of 4-0 . The Flyers, a team with numerous concern s so early in the season, continue to struggle. They have just one win in six games. This was over early. The Blackhawks scored twice in 32 seconds and three times in less than three minutes late in the first period, taking the lead and taking control. They didnt relent. Shots after the opening 20 minutes were 19-9 for Chicago. It didnt better for Philadelphia. When it was all over, the 25-year-old Raanta picked up the second shutout of his NHL career. Why not do a little dance? After games when you play that good that you can get a star you can maybe move like a Finnish dance artist, he told Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune. source:


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