Nhl Scores: Red Wings Lose Datsyuk’s Debut; Predators Remain Unbeaten In Regulation – Sbnation.com

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Datsyuk ended up recording an assist on Henrik Zetterberg’s second period goal to open the scoring, and then appeared to score what would have been one of the best goals of the young NHL season. The only problem? The goal was called off because of an interference call on Justin Abdelkader. Red Wings coach Mike Babcock argued after the game that Montreal goalie Carey Price initiated the contact. It ended up being an important call in the game as the Red Wings never scored again and would go on to lose the game in overtime, 2-1, thanks to a David Desharnais goal. Elsewhere on Tuesday, the Nashville Predators needed a shootout to knock off the Arizona Coyotes, 4-3, to run their record to 4-0-2 and remain one of just three teams in the league that has yet to lose a game in regulation, joining the Chicago Blackhawks (4-0 winners over Philadelphia on Tuesday) and the Washington Capitals. The New York Islanders ended up getting blown out by Toronto thanks to a second period offensive explosion that saw Phil Kessel score a pair of goals. They also lost defenseman Thomas Hickey after he was cut in the face by the skate blade of Maple Leafs forward Mike Santorelli. The Calgary Flames were 2-1 losers in overtime to the Tampa Bay Lightning, but at least their fans got to see Johnny Gaudreau skate through the entire Tampa Bay defense to set up Dennis Wideman on a highlight reel play. All the NHL Scores Panthers 4, Avalanche 3 Three Things We Learned 1. Rick Nash is still on fire. source: http://www.sbnation.com/nhl/2014/10/22/7036111/nhl-scores-pavel-datsyuk-thomas-hickey-injury-nashville-predators-win

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1 Star: Jonas Hiller , Calgary Flames The Chicago Blackhawks threw everything at Hiller, 50 shots in total, but could only muster a single goal past the Flames netminder. His evening would end with 49 saves and a 2-1 Calgary victory after Mikael Backlund scored 4:35 into overtime. No. 2 Star: Mikkel Boedker , Arizona Coyotes The Coyotes routed up the Edmonton Oilers 7-3, with Boedker playing the biggest role in the victory. He tallied a hat trick and added an assist as Arizona won their second in a row. It was the first three-goal night of the Danes career, who is now tied with Wayne Simmonds for second in the NHL with five goals on the season. No. 3 Star: Reilly Smith , Boston Bruins Smith played the hero for the Bruins during their 3-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings . After putting Boston ahead 2-1 midway through the second period, Smith scored the Bruins’ second goal in the shootout to secure the extra point: Honorable Mention: Simon Gagne made his debut for the Boston Bruins, which coupled as his 800th NHL game …Jimmy Howard made 37 saves in the loss …Shane Doan, Martin Erat and Martin Hanzal each recorded two points … Arizona is now 11-0-3 in their last 14 games against Edmonton. They’re 16-2-3 against the Oilers under Dave Tippett …Oilers 2014 top pick Leon Draisaitl recorded an assist, his first NHL point … Taylor Hall had a three-point night of his own in the loss, including this sweet assist to set up Mark Arcobello: Did You Know? source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/nhl-three-stars–hiller-stops-just-about-everything–hats-off-for-boedker-052017899.html

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The two sides went 0-0 through regulation and in overtime it was Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg putting home the winner with 9.9 seconds left: No. 3 Star: Jaden Schwartz , St. Louis Blues Schwartz became the 60th player in Blues history to record a hat trick as St. Louis routed Arizona 6-1. The win helped Jake Allen earn the win in his first NHL start since April 2013. Jori Lehtera (who scored his first NHL goal) and Vladimir Tarasenko each recorded three points in the win. Honorable Mention: Marc-Andre Fleury made 34 saves and the Penguins killed all seven Islanders power plays as Pittsburgh got by New York 3-1. Evgeni Malkin and Patric Hornqvist scored power play markers 55 seconds apart in the second period to erase the Islanders lead. Hornqvist, who also added an assist, would later put home an empty-netter to ensure victory Sidney Crosby recorded a pair of assists, including the 500th of his NHL career Logan Couture and Joe Pavelski each scored a goal and assisted on two others, while Antti Niemi made 35 saves as the San Jose Sharks defeated the New Jersey Devils 4-2. Joe Thornton put home the empty-net goal at the end, helping him reach the 1,200-point plateau Robin Lehner made 38 saves and Mike Hoffmans goal midway through the third period broke a 2-2 deadlock as the Ottawa Senators edged the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-2. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/nhl-three-stars–svedberg-earns-first-shutout–schwartz-nets-trick-vs–coyotes-045903920.html

NHL Three Stars: Hiller stops just about everything; hats off for Boedker | Puck Daddy – Yahoo Sports

– – – Predators 4, Coyotes 3 (SO) Defenseman Ryan Ellis had a goal and two assists, then scored the game-winning goal in the fourth round of a shootout as Nashville subdued the Arizona Coyotes 4-3. 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. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nhl-highlights-tuesdays-nhl-games-023540114–nhl.html

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Adam Lowery scored his first NHL goal and Dustin Byfuglien added the back-breaker in the second as the Winnipeg Jets defeated the Carolina Hurricanes , 3-1. Ondrej Pavelec stopped 21 of 22 shots. The Dallas Stars got two goals from Erik Cole and a slew of other multi-point games in doubling the Vancouver Canucks . Rick Nash scored his eighth for the Rangers. Brad Boyes OT goal at 2:23 gave the Florida Panthers a 3-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche , who rallied from three goals down. Did You Know? The Devils and Rangers were a combined 5-for-8 on the power play. Dishonorable Mention: Thomas Hickey and Travis Hamonic were a minus-3. Ryan Miller was pulled after giving up five goals on 13 shots. Nick Bonino, Alex Burrows and Chris Higgins were minus-3; Kevin Bieksa was a minus-4. This goalie interference penalty was bad. This goalie interference penalty was terrible. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/nhl-three-stars–night-of-the-ot-thrillers–and-goalie-interference-061754930.html


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