Nhl Scores: Flyers Still Have Penguins’ Number; Another Hat Trick For Corey Perry – Sbnation.com

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The Penguins still seem incomplete. It’s impossible to get a read on a team five games into the season, and you can’t put too much stock into one game, but for all of the nice moves the Penguins made over the summer they’re still in a position where Rob Scuderi and Craig Adams are taking semi-regular shifts for them and Evgeni Malkin is skating on a line with Pascal Dupuis and Brandon Sutter . 2. Even when the Oilers are good, they’re still kind of bad. Let’s say this up front: The Oilers probably played a little better over their first four games than the results would indicate. They were also probably outplayed by the Capitals on Wednesday during their 3-2 win. But a win is a win and the Oilers are in no position to be apologizing for how they do it, but I can’t think of anything more fitting for this team than their game-winning goal on Wednesday which ended up being a beautiful play that was preceded by a comedy of errors . 3. Frederick Andersen is off to a great start. John Gibson gets a lot of the headlines in Anaheim for being the goalie of the future and one of the better up-and-coming netminders in the league, but they have another pretty good one in Andersen. After his performance on Wednesday he has now stopped 154 of the 162 shots he has faced this season. That is a .950 save percentage. source: http://www.sbnation.com/nhl/2014/10/23/7044427/nhl-scores-penguins-flyers-corey-perry-hat-trick

Thursday’s NHL Capsules | News Tribune

Acquired in a trade with Pittsburgh in June, Neal has five goals in four games. Filip Forsberg had two assists. Ben Smith and Andrew Shaw scored for Chicago. RED WINGS 4, PENGUINS 3, OT DETROIT (AP) Justin Abdelkader’s goal 4:16 into overtime capped a dramatic Detroit rally, giving the Red Wings a victory over Pittsburgh. The Red Wings scored twice with their goalie pulled in the final 2:39 of regulation, tying the game on Niklas Kronwall’s goal with 38.9 seconds to play. Kronwall had two goals and an assist. Pascal Dupuis and Olli Maatta scored in the first period for the Penguins, and Chris Kunitz added a goal in the second. With 2:55 remaining in regulation, the Red Wings pulled goalie Jimmy Howard. The move paid off immediately when Zetterberg came down the middle and beat Greiss high to the glove side to make it 3-2. With Howard pulled again in the final minute, Pavel Datsyuk dropped a pass to Kronwall, whose shot from the high slot tied it. Detroit outshot Pittsburgh 31-26. source: http://www.newstribune.com/news/2014/oct/23/thursdays-nhl-capsules/

Blackhawks Game Notes For Thursday @ Nashville | WGN-TV

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“Or you’re killing a penalty and you think you’re going to be in good shape and out comes top players. So he does things that continually put pressure on you as a team, which I find very challenging. That’s really smart, he knows how to plays his players. He knows the stoppages in the game, he knows the timeouts in the game, he knows how to catch you on rotations. When he’s the road team, he still can get good rotations. I find it’s a lot of fun, it’s a lot of fun to coach against him. We’ve become good friends over the years. We’ve had some awful interesting playoff battles throughout the years, but he’s just sharp in the way he brings out his players.” *** ODDS & ENDS The Blackhawks lead the NHL with 39.2 shots per game. The Blues have not been outshot this season (33.8 shots per game, 4th in the NHL). Entering tonight’s game, the Blues have not scored a goal with Brian Elliott in net in 157 minutes, 50 seconds, dating back to the team’s win over Calgary. source: http://www.stltoday.com/sports/hockey/7dd24eb6-b31c-5df6-9590-3eea4e8ad59b.html

Blues break up Schwartz-Lehtera-Tarasenko line : Sports

The Blackhawks have outscored opponents, 15-7, in their first five contests tied with the Lightning for the second-best goal-differential in the league (Anaheim is +10). * 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. * Ryan Ellis had a goal and two assists Tuesday, earning first-star honors, and recording his first career three-point game with the performance. source: http://wgntv.com/2014/10/23/blackhawks-game-notes-for-thursday-nashville/

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

With Chicago trailing 3-1, Shaw tipped a rebound past goalie Pekka Rinne at 12:36 of the third. That gave Chicago fans making the trip down for the game a reason to get loud again. The Blackhawks pulled goalie Antti Raanta for the extra attacker. Rinne gloved the puck out of the air with 1:18 left with Shaw trying to score. Chicago coach Joel Quenneville took his timeout, but the Blackhawks couldn’t beat Rinne despite outshooting Nashville 32-27. The Blackhawks left goalie Corey Crawford at home for this two-game road swing because of an upper body injury, and Raanta got his second straight start. The Predators outshot Chicago early with a flurry of action in front of Raanta. But Smith flipped a wrister over Rinne’s outstretched leg off a rebound at 12:21 for a 1-0 lead for the Blackhawks. 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. source: http://scores.espn.go.com/nhl/recap?gameId=400564601

 

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