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Hutchinson earns first NHL shutout, Jets edge Blackhawks 1-0 | Star Tribune

Center Tyler Ennis also scored in the shootout for Buffalo. After Detroit right winger Gustav Nyquist evened the shootout at 1-1, left winger Henrik Zetterberg came up short with his forehand attempt. Center Brian Flynn and right winger Chris Stewart scored in regulation for the Sabres while goalie Michal Neuvirth made 36 saves. Center Pavel Datsyuk and left winger Thomas Tatar scored in regulation for the Red Wings (6-3-2) and Howard made 19 saves in defeat. Hurricanes 3, Kings 2 RALEIGH, N.C. — Center Victor Rask’s first NHL goal set the tone and goalie Cam Ward helped back it up with another strong game as Carolina defeated slumping Los Angeles. Left winger Chris Terry and center Elias Lindholm also scored for Carolina. Center Mike Richards and defenseman Alec Martinez scored the Los Angeles goals, but the defending champions are winless in their last four games — all on the road. Flames 6, Canadiens 2 MONTREAL — Rookie right winger Josh Jooris scored twice to lead Calgary to a decisive win over Montreal at the Bell Centre. Center Markus Granlund, left wingers Curtis Glencross and Lance Bouma and defenseman Mark Giordano also scored for Calgary while goaltender Jonas Hiller made 18 saves. Left wingers Max Pacioretty and Rene Bourque scored for Montreal while goalie Carey Price stopped 29 shots. Coyotes 6, Capitals 5 WASHINGTON — Arizona earned a come-from-behind victory over Washington at the Verizon Center. source: http://www.wesh.com/sports/nhl-game-roundup-sabres-edge-wings-in-shootout/29495282

NHL Saturday: Penguins blank Sabres, Hurricanes get 1st victory – SBNation.com


The struggles Chicago saw Sunday continue a frightening funk. The Blackhawks are without a goal in their last 64 shot attempts, dating back to the second period of Saturdays loss to the Maple Lears. On Sunday, they blasted 73 shots in the direction of the net and only 33 were recorded as official shots on goal. Chicago leads the league with 461 shots on goal and sits all the way down at 28th in the NHL with a shooting success rate of 5.9 percent. The Blackhawks PDO a metric that attempts to quantify luck by adding shooting percentage and save percentage sits at 98.90 (with 100 being the average), putting them in the bottom third of the league. This is a team that was one bounce away from the Stanley Cup Final last June. Look at the amount of skill in our room, Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford said. If we work hard, bare down on our chances, were going to score goals. No doubt about it. One sequence from Sunday that summarizes the inept offense was a third-period power play in which the Blackhawks failed to cash in. They moved the puck in front of the net, with Jonathan Toews even drilling a shot off the post, but nothing found the net. The familiar goal horn stayed silent. Much of this is new to the Blackhawks, who rarely ever face scoring struggles. source: http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2014/11/03/emma-blackhawks-baffled-by-scoring-struggles/

NHL roundup: Flyers lose again in Tampa – Chambersburg Public Opinion

Philadelphia Flyers goalie Ray Emery (29) prepares to dive on a loose puck as Flyers’ Nick Schultz (55) and Tampa Bay Lightning center Alex Killorn

“He made the trip all the way from Toronto, and to score a goal in front of him on the fathers’ trip is unbelievable.” Tampa took a 1-0 lead 3:29 into the game as Vladislav Namestnikov got position on minor-league call-up Manning and tipped Anton Stralman’s point shot past Emery. Replays appeared to show that the puck came out of the zone inches past the blue line before being brought back into the zone to create an offside that wasn’t called. The Flyers finished with a 4-4-2 October record not bad considering their rugged schedule and the fact they have lost several key players to injuries. PENGUINS 3, KINGS 0 >> In Pittsburgh, Marc-Andre Fleury made 35 saves in his 30th NHL shutout, and Chris Kunitz had two goals in a three-point game to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins to a victory over the Los Angeles Kings. Kris Letang scored his first goal of the season, and Evgeni Malkin became the fifth player in team history to register 400 assists as the Penguins used their dominant power play and a steady performance from Fleury to hand the defending champion Kings just their second regulation loss. Pittsburgh went 2 for 6 with the man advantage, including two first-period goals that put the Kings on their heels. Martin Jones made 20 saves for Los Angeles, but the Kings failed to score for the second time in 10 games this season. The Kings lost in regulation for just the second time this season. DEVILS 2, JETS 1, SO >> In Newark, N.J., Jacob Josefson scored the lone goal in the shootout, and Cory Schneider made it stand up as New Jersey ended its tiebreaker frustration with a come-from-behind victory over Winnipeg. Michael Ryder forced overtime for New Jersey, scoring the tying goal with 3:27 left in regulation. The Devils earned the shootout victory after losing all 13 last season and one other this season. Josefson, the Devils’ second shootout shooter, lifted a shot over sprawling goalie Ondrej Pavelec. source: http://www.publicopiniononline.com/sports/ci_26834689/nhl-roundup-flyers-lose-again-tampa.html

Emma: Blackhawks Baffled By Scoring Struggles « CBS Chicago


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Chicago’s Patrick Sharp broke in alone with 3:40 left in the first and faked Hutchinson to the ice, but his shot clanked off the right post. Jonathan Toews fired a drive from the left circle off the left post midway through the second during a Chicago power play. Hutchinson stopped another prime chance by Sharp moments later. The Blackhawks shot wide on some of their best chances in the third period. Hutchinson stopped Patrick Kane’s quick shot from the left circle with 2:40 left. NOTES: Hutchinson was pulled early in the second period of his only previous start this season, a 4-1 loss at Los Angeles on Oct. 12, after he allowed three goals on 13 shots. He also replaced Pavelec in the third period of a 4-2 loss to Tampa Bay on Oct. 24. This was Hutchinson’s sixth career NHL game. source: http://www.startribune.com/sports/wild/281254621.html


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