Nhl Scores 2014: Oilers Stun Rangers, Blackhawks Thump Sharks – Sbnation.com

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Sharp, Hossa lead Blackhawks to win over Senators – St. Joseph News-Press and FOX 26 KNPN: Games

Sharp, Hossa lead Blackhawks to win over Senators

The Oilers are showing signs they might not be as bad as their two separate losing streaks have made them out to be. After they put up 52 shots on goal against the Sabres on Friday in a 3-2 win, life without Taylor Hall is getting a little better. As for the Rangers, they’re weren’t exactly pleased with getting 21 shots on goal and losing their second straight and four of the last five. Asked if this is a wake up call for Rangers, Lundqvist says: “Maybe our second or third wake-up call.” #NYR Pat Leonard (@PLeonardNYDN) November 10, 2014 Elsewhere, the Chicago Blackhawks jumped on the San Jose Sharks in the first period with three goals and went on to a 5-2 win. Joe Pavelski did his best to get the game to within 3-2 after two periods, but Bryan Bickell and Jonathan Toews padded the lead in the third to make it look like a laugher. Trevor van Riemsdyk scored his first NHL goal for Chicago. His brother James van Riemsdyk also scored for the Toronto Maple Leafs as they knocked off the Ottawa Senators 5-3. The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-3 in a shootout when Ryan Callahan scored the only goal in the skills competition. Unfortunately, the game didn’t end in overtime because that was the most thrilling part of the game . All the NHL scores Lightning 4, Red Wings 3 (F-SO) Maple Leafs 5, Senators 3 Blackhawks 5, Sharks 2 Canucks 2 Ducks 1 (F-SO) 3 Things We Learned 1. source: http://www.sbnation.com/nhl/2014/11/10/7184895/2014-nhl-scores-oilers-rangers-blackhawks-sharks

In brief: Steven Stamkos, Ryan Callahan lead Lightning past Red Wings – Spokesman.com – Nov. 10, 2014

S-R Media, The Spokesman-Review and Spokesman.com are happy to assist you. Contact Customer Service by email or call 800-338-8801 NHL: Steven Stamkos scored twice and Ryan Callahan had the lone shootout goal to lift Tampa Bay to a 4-3 win over host Detroit for the Lightnings sixth straightvictory. Callahan deked right and got the puck past Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard to seal the victory. Ben Bishop stopped all three shots he faced during the shootout.Stamkos second goal, his 10th this season, ricocheted in off the right post early in the second period to give the Lightning its first lead and former Spokane Chief Tyler Johnson made it 3-1 before Detroit ralliedback. Blackhawks surge by You have viewed 20 free articles or blogs allowed within a 30-day period. FREE registration is now required for uninterrupted access. Registration Required (Full-size photo) NHL: Steven Stamkos scored twice and Ryan Callahan had the lone shootout goal to lift Tampa Bay to a 4-3 win over host Detroit for the Lightnings sixth straightvictory. Callahan deked right and got the puck past Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard to seal the victory. Ben Bishop stopped all three shots he faced during the shootout.Stamkos second goal, his 10th this season, ricocheted in off the right post early in the second period to give the Lightning its first lead and former Spokane Chief Tyler Johnson made it 3-1 before Detroit ralliedback. Blackhawks surge by Sharks: Defensemen Trevor van Riemsdyk, Brent Seabrook and Niklas Hjalmarsson scored in the first period, and Chicago beat visiting San Jose5-2. Bryan Bickell added a big goal in the third and Corey Crawford made 32saves. Oilers beat Rangers: Benoit Pouliot scored the go-ahead goal against his former team in the second period and backup Viktor Fasth made 20 saves as Edmonton beat host New York3-1. source: http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2014/nov/10/in-brief-steven-stamkos-ryan-callahan-lead/

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30, 2014 (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Sean Kilpatrick) Sean Kilpatrick Sharp, Hossa lead Blackhawks to win over Senators Ottawa Senators’ David Legwand makes a tight turn to try to catch the puck during second-period NHL hockey game action against the Chicago Blackhawks in Ottawa, Ontario, Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Sean Kilpatrick) Posted: Thursday, October 30, 2014 10:17 pm Sharp, Hossa lead Blackhawks to win over Senators Associated Press | 0comments OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) Marian Hossa had a goal and an assist in the Chicago Blackhawks’ 5-4 shootout win over the Ottawa Senators, reaching two milestones in the city in which he started his NHL career back in 1997. Patrick Sharp scored the only goal of the shootout. Jonathan Toews scored twice for Chicago (6-3-1), and Kris Versteeg added a goal. Scott Darling turned aside 28 shots for the win. Mark Stone, Clarke MacArthur, Bobby Ryan and Mika Zibanejad had goals for Ottawa (5-2-2). Craig Anderson made 35 saves. Hossa’s goal at 13:50 of the third period was his second of the season and his 1,000th career point. It came in his 1,100th NHL game. The goal was one of four in a third-period outburst between the teams that entered the frame tied 2-2. Ryan gave the Senators a 3-2 lead 30 seconds into the third when he grabbed a loose puck in front of the Blackhawks net and surprised Darling with a quick shot. source: http://www.newspressnow.com/sports/ap/hockey/games/article_5e255a10-8b5b-5abf-bf28-720c06da2ba9.html

Capitals-Blackhawks Preview – Yahoo Sports

“In a way (it’s) an opportunity for some other guys to get more ice time, and I think guys will try and step in and make up for that as much as they can. But as a team we have to be prepared to fill that void.” Peter Regin has been recalled from the AHL to replace Sharp, forcing Quenneville to again tinker with his line combinations. Toews fed Kane on his highlight-reel goal against Montreal in a rare opportunity to play together at even strength. They skated together again, along with Ben Smith, on the top line during Thursday’s practice. “They make some nice plays together, and I think they were probably excited once they got back together and it worked out,” defenseman Duncan Keith said of Toews and Kane. While the Blackhawks have had trouble putting pucks in the net, the Capitals (4-5-3) have had issues keeping them out of their own. They’ve allowed at least four goals each time during an 0-4-1 stretch, falling 4-3 in overtime to Calgary on Tuesday. “We’re in the process of building a team, and we’re going to go through some rough patches,” coach Barry Trotz said. “How we react during those rough patches will say a lot about us. (If) we stay with it we’ll get stronger and on the other end we’ll be a lot better for it.” Alex Ovechkin had two assists to give him 827 career points, breaking Peter Bondra’s team record. His turnover in overtime led the Flames’ winning goal, though. Braden Holtby suffered his third straight loss against Calgary, and it’s unclear if he or Justin Peters will be in goal with the Capitals hosting Carolina on Saturday. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/capitals-blackhawks-preview-184737870–nhl.html

Who Must Step Up for the Chicago Blackhawks After Patrick Sharp’s Injury? | Bleacher Report

During the 2013 Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins , Quenneville put those two together after the Blackhawks fell behind 2-1 in the series. The duo responded immediately, and the Blackhawks won the last three games of the series to win the Stanley Cup. PAUL BEATY/Associated Press Based on his past history, Quenneville may keep Toews and Kane together for several shifts, a game or two, or he could keep them together for the duration of Sharp’s injury. The chemistry between the two is undeniable, and it also sends a message to the team that the Blackhawks coach is going for it in an effort to overcome a rather ordinary 7-6-1 start. While 14 games does not a season make, the standings show the Blackhawks are sitting in ninth place in the Western Conference. The competition is too tough to simply fall behind in the early going and think that a late-season rally will allow them to nail down the second or third seed in the Western Conference playoffs. That’s why Toews (11 points, plus-two) and Kane (nine points, minus-three) must pick it up. Versteeg is the X-factor here. He struggled with nagging injuries after he was reacquired last year, but he is healthy now. He scored a goal and an assist in the Nov. source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2260967-who-must-step-up-for-the-chicago-blackhawks-after-patrick-sharps-injury

 

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