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Regin, 28, has posted 10 points (4g-6a) for the IceHogs, tying him with Mark McNeill for the team lead in points through the first 11 games. Regin paces the club with two game-winning tallies, both in overtime, including the IceHogs 5-4 victory against Lake Erie on Nov. 4. The 28 year-old registered four points (2g-2a) in 17 regular season contests for the Blackhawks in 2013-14 and also appeared in five 2014 Stanley Cup Playoff games. The pivot was acquired by the Blackhawks on Feb. 6, 2014 with Pierre-Marc Bouchard from the New York Islanders in exchange for a fourth round draft pick. In 239 career NHL games between Chicago, New York and Ottawa, Regin has accumulated 66 points (23g-43a). Next Home Game: Saturday, Nov. 8 vs. Grand Rapids Griffins. Game starts at 7 p.m. Rockford will make their salute to the Armed Forces when they host the Griffins for Military Night at the BMO Harris Bank Center. source: http://www.wrex.com/story/27318127/2014/11/06/blackhawks-recall-regin-from-rockford

Burakovsky, Johansson, Ward score in 4:52 span late in 2nd as Capitals beat Blackhawks, 3-2 | Star Tribune

Jonathan Toews, netted his 200th NHL goal, and Brad Richards and Patrick Kane also scored for Chicago (7-5-1), which came off a 1-0 home loss to Winnipeg on Sunday. It was the first shutout of the season for Crawford, a Montreal native. The Canadiens (8-4-1), winless in three games and 1-3-1 in their last five, absorbed a second straight lopsided defeat at home, following a 6-2 loss to Calgary on Sunday. Carey Price made 27 saves. PENGUINS 4, WILD 1 ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) a Thomas Greiss made 33 saves while extending Pittsburgh’s shutout streak to 205 minutes, 28 seconds, and the Penguins handed the Wild their first defeat in six home games. Nick Spaling, Brandon Sutter and Chris Kunitz scored for the Penguins, whose run of unanswered goals also ended at 18 when Nino Niederreiter got one on a breakaway for the Wild with 9:18 left. Rob Scuderi had two assists for the Penguins, who won their fifth straight game. Their margin of victory is a whopping 22-5. The Wild were the last team in the NHL to lose at home this season. source: http://www.newstribune.com/news/2014/nov/07/fridays-nhl-capsules/

Daniel Cleary and Jakub Kindl had Detroits other goals. NOTEBOOK Gordie Howe improving Mark Howe has gone back to scouting games, because if theres anything that buoys his familys spirits, its hockey. It has played a major role in helping his dad, Gordie Howe, convalesce after a serious stroke, one from which hes emerged in better form than anticipated such good form, in fact, he can move again. Speaking en route to Wednesdays game between the Detroit Red Wings and New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, Mark told the Detroit Free Press just how much progress Gordie, 86, has made over the past 10 days. Gordie remains in Lubbock, Texas, with his daughter, Cathy, and her husband, and a rotation of sons Mark, Marty and Murray. Murray told me the other day that he stuck a pen in Dads hand, and he was able to write his number, 9, Mark said. Considering that a week ago his right hand didnt function at all, hes doing well, but hes still got a long way to go. He was able to take a step, with Murray and Marty holding him up, he was able to lift his right leg, take a step, and then take another after a few minutes. The big worry, Mark said, is that Gordie, who has dementia, has suffered small strokes for a year, had a moderate one a month ago, and then a serious stroke on Oct. 26. Were hoping and praying they dont come back, Mark said, because we dont think he could handle a big one. Blackhawks Sharp injured Chicago Blackhawks winger Patrick Sharp had to be helped off the ice in the third period of the Hawks 5-0 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night with a right leg injury. source: http://www.stltoday.com/sports/hockey/e082ecbe-076a-572e-993f-39efe72a071d.html

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Ovechkin was penalized for an illegal hit to the head of Chicago defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson with 16 seconds left in the first, and Keith scored on the power play 56 seconds into the second to make it 2-0. He swooped into the right circle and fired in a rebound through traffic. The Capitals then connected three times late in the period to take the lead. The last two goals came 42 seconds apart in the final minute. Burakovsky cut it to 2-1 with 4:57 left to complete a 2-on-1 with Troy Brouwer. After faking a pass, he closed in and fired a perfect shot over Crawford’s left shoulder and just under the crossbar. The Blackhawks were skating around in their zone following a failed clearing attempt, and Johansson tied it at 2 with 47 seconds remaining in the period on a low shot from right circle that ticked in off the stick of Chicago defeneman Brent Seabrook. Ward’s goalmouth deflection of Matt Niskanen’s shot from the point with 5 seconds left in the frame put Washington ahead. The Blackhawks didn’t regroup and didn’t sustain consistent pressure until late in the third. Holtby made an sharp save on Kris Versteeg’s shot from the left circle with about 90 seconds left. source: http://www.startribune.com/sports/wild/282001771.html

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The shutout was Winnipegs second in a row, the first time theyve done that since 2006. The Jets have taken 9 out of 10 possible points in their last five games. No. 2 Star: Filip Forsberg , Nashville Predators After falling behind 1-0 in the first period, Nashville scored three unanswered goals en route to a 3-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks . Forsberg netted a pair, including a power play marker, and assisted on Colin Wilson ‘s third period tally to take over the rookie scoring lead with 11 points. Pekka Rinne made 26 saves for his seventh win of the season. No. 3 Star: Shane Doan, Arizona Coyotes A pair of goals from the Coyotes captain, along with rookie Tobias Rieders first NHL tally, helped Arizona edged the Washington Capitals 6-5. Mikkel Boedker and Antoine Vermette each chipped in a pair of points as the Coyotes snapped a three-game losing streak. Honorable Mention: Zemgus Girgenson and Tyler Ennis goals in the shootout were the deciding factor as the Buffalo Sabres got by the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 for their first home win of the season. Michal Neuvirth made 36 saves as the Sabres rebounded nicely from 5-0 drubbing at the hands of the Pittsburgh Penguins Saturday night Pavel Datsyuk recorded a goal and an assist and has points in all six games since he returned from a separated shoulder: Victor Rask scored his first NHL goal and Cam Ward made 30 stops as the Carolina Hurricanes knocked off the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 for their second win in a row. Elias Lindholms third of the season in the second period ended up as the winner Nicklas Backstrom recorded three helpers in the loss, passing Dale Hunter (475) for fourth place on the Capitals all-time career assists list A pair of second period goals from Hampus Lindholm and Cam Fowler 1:44 apart helped the Anaheim Ducks get by the Colorado Avalanche 3-2. Corey Perry tallied his NHL-leading 11th of the season and Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf pitched in a pair of helpers. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/nhl-three-stars–hutchinson-blanks-blackhawks–forsberg-powers-preds-051649393.html

 

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