Nhl Scores: Stamkos, Crosby Among Shining Stars On Saturday – Sbnation.com

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NHL Capsules – Washington Times

Philly and Dallas need to get their defenses in order. Good Lord, what a game in Big D. That’s not a compliment; the Stars and Flyers played hot potato with the lead all night while playing some truly horrendous defense. The Stars get a slight pass because they were playing with five defensemen, but even that’s no excuse for blowing a 4-2 lead in the third period. On one hand, all-out offensive games like this are pretty exciting. On the other hand, it’s a big reason why these two clubs are going to be fighting for their respective conference’s wild card berths instead of one of the top seeds. Impact Moment I bet some Avs fan is reading this and thinking that using the term “embarrassing” up there was a bit harsh. Well, I humbly request you watch this P.K. Subban goal again. Really look at it, specifically the defensemen falling down and failing to cover the wide open Norris Trophy winner with the puck two feet in front of the net. source: http://www.sbnation.com/nhl/2014/10/19/7001803/nhl-scores-stamkos-crosby-seguin-penguins-lightning-stars

Chicago Blackhawks vs. Nashville Predators – Recap – October 23, 2014 – ESPN

* The Predators beat the Coyotes, 4-3, in a shootout on Tuesday, and have now tallied at least one point in each of their first six games of 2014-15 (4-0-2 record). Dating to March 30 last season, Nashville is 10-0-3 in its last 13 tilts overall the longest point streak in franchise history. * Nashville lost, 2-1, in overtime to the Blackhawks in these clubs first meeting of the season, and has taken at least one point from four straight games vs. Chicago overall (3-0-1 record). These two teams have split their last 10 games at Bridgestone Arena, each skating off with five wins. * Antti Raanta filled in admirably for the injured Corey Crawford Tuesday, recording a shutout in his first appearance of the 2014-15 season, and garnering first-star accolades for his performance. With Crawford out for at least two more games (upper body), the Blackhawks called up Scott Darling (0 career NHL games) to serve as backup to Raanta. * Patrick Kane lit the lamp twice in Tuesdays victory, recording just the second multi-goal performance in his last 39 regular-season games overall (also February 3, 2014 at the Kings). Kane has seven markers in his last 10 skates vs. the Preds. source: http://wgntv.com/2014/10/23/blackhawks-game-notes-for-thursday-nashville/

Blackhawks Game Notes For Thursday @ Nashville | WGN-TV

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Nashville failed to take advantage of a power play when Marcus Kruger went to the box for high-sticking Colin Wilson , but defenseman Seth Jones found Neal with a nice cross-ice pass. Neal beat Raanta stick-side, tying it 1-1 in the final minute of the period. Chicago got its first man advantage at 13:07 of the second, and the Blackhawks took turns shooting at Rinne. He stopped drives from Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane , and a slap shot from Patrick Sharp in killing the penalty. The Predators broke the tie at 16:12 of the second when the puck squirted over to Neal just inside the left circle near the slot, and his slap shot beat Raanta’s glove. Neal completed his hat trick at 1:52 of the third from the side on a wrister. Game notes Neal’s previous hat trick was Dec. 29, 2013, against Carolina while he was with the Penguins. It was Nashville’s first hat trick at home since Sergei Kostitsyn had one on Jan. 1, 2012. … source: http://scores.espn.go.com/nhl/recap?gameId=400564601

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Griffiths tying score was his first career NHL goal. After twice squandering one-goal leads and overcoming a late deficit themselves, the Bruins took the lead for good when Campbell tipped a pass from Daniel Paille through the legs of goaltender Antti Niemi with 9:18 left. Patrice Bergeron drew a double-minor penalty with 4:09 remaining, but the Bruins were able to hold off the Sharks and Krejci added an empty-netter with 24.5 seconds to go. Logan Couture had two goals and Joe Thornton scored against his former team as San Jose finished its East Coast road trip at 2-2-1. Niemi made 28 saves. Tuukka Rask made 30 saves for Boston. BLACKHAWKS 4, FLYERS 0 CHICAGO (AP) – Antti Raanta made 32 saves for Chicago in his first start of the season, and Patrick Kane scored two power-play goals. Brandon Saad, Bryan Bickell and Kane scored in a flurry late in the first period. Raanta was sharp while stepping in for Corey Crawford, who is day to day with an upper-body injury. It was Raantas second career shutout. Among Raantas best saves were two point-blank stops on Philadelphias Claude Giroux and one on Matt Read late in the second period. Philadelphias Steve Mason made 39 saves. source: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/oct/21/nhl-capsules/?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS

 

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