Nhl Three Stars: Hossa Goes 1,000; Stamkos Snipes; Mackinnon (finally) Scores | Puck Daddy – Yahoo Sports

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Sharp, Hossa lead Blackhawks to win over Senators – Yahoo Sports

2 Star: Nathan MacKinnon , Colorado Avalanche Avalanche sophomore notched his first two goals of the season in Colorados 5-0 victory over the Islanders. Honorable mention: St. Louis goaltender Jake Allen made 24 saves in shutting out the Anaheim Ducks Chicago captain Jonathan Toews recorded two goals Hawks goaltender Scott Darling won his second career NHL game, pulling out his first career NHL shootout win Ottawa defenseman Erik Karlsson played 30:56 in the shootout loss Winnipeg defenseman Toby Enstrom picked up his eighth assist, which tied him for second amongst blueliners Pittsburgh’s Marc-Andre Fleury recorded his second shutout of the year with 36 saves against Los Angeles … Bostons Brad Marchand scored two goals, including the game winner over the Sabres Buffalos Drew Stafford scored a goal and added an assist Florida netminder Roberto Luongo stopped 32 of 33 Arizona Coyotes shots on goal in victory Colorado goaltender Semyon Varlamov made 40 saves Avalanche center Matt Duchene notched two assists … Daniel Sedin from Henrik Sedin is a beautiful thing. Did you know?: The New Jersey Devils won their first shootout since March 10, 2013. They had lost 18 straight before Thursday. Dishonorable mention:Arizona’s Mike Smith lost his fourth game in his last five contests, this one to the hapless Florida Panthers The Islanders Chad Johnson made just 18 saves on 23 Colorado shots on goal The Bruins were 6:30 away from losing to the Buffalo Sabres before Marchand’s third period goal. Boston won the game in overtime Meanwhile the Sabres fired just 15 shots on goal According to eye-witness Twitter reports, Evgeni Malkin and Justin Williams fought, but both were assessed roughing minors. Sports & Recreation source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/nhl-three-stars–hossa-goes-1-000–stamkos-snipes–mackinnon–finally–scores-052553305.html

Chicago Blackhawks’ Scoring Woes Continue in Shutout Loss to Ducks | Bleacher Report

ET, just their second road game of the season thus far. The Maple Leafs host the Buffalo Sabres in a game that’s being looked at as a must-win for Toronto, and with rumors of Randy Carlyle’s demise not far off if they lose at home to the lowely Sabres. Metropolitan Division rivals New Jersey and Pittsburgh battle while the Minnesota Wild are in Boston to take on the Bruins in a nationally televised affair in the Eastern Conference, both also at 7 p.m. ET. The Montreal Canadiens will attempt to shrug off Monday’s shutout loss to Edmonton, staying in Alberta to take on the Flames at 9 p.m. ET. The most entertaining game of the night might go to the Dallas Stars and St. Louis Blues, two division rivals facing off at American Airlines Center at 8:30 p.m. ET. Or maybe the title belongs to the Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks, who do battle at United Center beginning at that same time. Who knows; we’ll have to watch to find out. source: http://www.sbnation.com/2014/10/28/7086247/nhl-schedule-tuesday-games-online-streaming-tv-schedule

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That’s a problem that is going to have to be fixed sooner rather than later. USA TODAY Sports There is no panic at this point, and there shouldn’t be. Teams go through slumps, and the Blackhawks (5-3-1) are not immune to them. However, just like scoring is a habit, so is not scoring. But this is a significant scoring hole that the Blackhawks have dug for themselves. They are averaging 2.33 goals per game, a figure that ranks 23rd in the league. They have played nine games, and they have only outscored seven other teams. That’s troubling to this team. In their hearts and minds, they know that better days and nights are ahead and they will have games where they fill up the net. But until then, they are going to have work harder to finish their chances and win close games. “It’s going to be tough to blow teams out,” Seabrook told Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times after the game. source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2248461-chicago-blackhawks-scoring-woes-continue-in-shutout-loss-to-ducks

1 goalie, missed his fourth game because of an upper-body injury. Antti Raanta played in Chicagos previous three games, including a 3-2 loss at St. Louis on Saturday night. The Blackhawks signed the 25-year-old Darling as a free agent on July 1. He was 2-0 with a 1.44 goals-against average with Rockford of the AHL before being called up last week. Toews opened the scoring 21 seconds into the second period with a wrap-around goal. Michalek tied it with a short-handed goal at 7:08 when he completed a nifty 2-on-1 rush with Alex Chiasson from the doorstep. Seabrooks screened power-play goal with 6:22 left in the second put Chicago back ahead. KINGS 5, BLUE JACKETS 2: In Los Angeles, Jeff Carter scored during a two-man advantage in Los Angeles three-goal second period, and the Kings completed a sweep of their six-game homestand. Columbus left wing Nick Foligno was seriously injured with 11:34 left in third period and taken off on a stretcher with a neck brace. Carter checked him along the boards in front of the Kings bench and Folignos head rammed into the elbow of linesman Shane Heyer, who had jumped on top of the dasher in an attempt to avoid both players. JETS 2, AVALANCHE 1, OT: In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Bryan Little redirected Andrew Ladds backhander past Semyon Varlamov for his fifth goal of the season at 4:35 of overtime. source: http://www.journalgazette.net/article/20141027/SPORTS/310279976/-1/SPORTS12

Rookie goalie leads Chicago | The Journal Gazette

The Senators pressured Chicago until Zibanejad scored his first goal – and recorded his first point – of the season when he beat Darling through the legs from the slot at 17:52. ”They were able to pick me up on that fourth one and tie it up to get us to overtime,” Anderson said. ”That was huge with Mika getting on the scoreboard for us and picking up for my mistake but that’s what it’s all about, picking up your teammates when something goes wrong. Chicago Blackhawks’ Patrick Sharp, right, puts the game-winning shot past Ottawa Senators’ C ”Our guys did a great job.” MacArthur scored the only goal of the second period, making it 2-2 at 2:51. The Senators took a 1-0 lead just 2:48 into the game. After taking a pass from second-year defenseman Cody Ceci, Stone passed off to rookie Curtis Lazar and headed to the front of the net where he was able to tip Lazar’s shot through Darling’s legs. The Senators held that lead until the Blackhawks scored twice in a span of just over four minutes in the second half of the period. Toews tied it when his wrist shot barely crossed the goal line behind Anderson with several bodies in front. The Blackhawks took their first lead at 15:36 when Versteeg slipped around defenseman Erik Karlsson in the circle and went around a sprawling Anderson before tucking the puck inside the far post. NOTES: Senators G Robin Lehner missed the game as he spent the evening with wife Donya and son Lennox, who was born earlier Thursday. The Senators also scratched Colin Greening, Erik Condra and Mark Borowiecki. … source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/sharp-hossa-lead-blackhawks-win-031849941–nhl.html


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