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  2. Games Played on 10/16/18 Avs vs NYR Matt Calvert vs Fredrik Claesson Stars vs Devils Jamie Benn vs Miles Wood
  3. Game # 7 Fleury ties for 10th on NHL wins list, Vegas tops Sabres 4-1LAS VEGAS -- Jonathan Marchessault was 13 when goalie Marc-Andre Fleury got his first NHL win on Oct. 18, 2003.Nearly 15 years later, Marchessault helped Fleury reach a major milestone with victory No. 407.Marchessault scored twice and Fleury tied Glenn Hall for 10th place in NHL history as the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-1 on Tuesday night."I feel really honored to be among these guys (in the top 10)," said Fleury, who made 26 saves for the defending Western Conference champions. "I just try to do my part, try to do my job stopping the puck. Tonight, I thought it was a great team effort, it wasn't just me. It was our best game by far this season."Cody Eakin and William Karlsson also had goals for the Golden Knights, who scored more than two for the first time in seven games this season.Vladimir Sobotka scored with 37 seconds left, spoiling Fleury's bid for his 50th career shutout.For the second consecutive game, the 15-year veteran came up with clutch stops. Sobotka skated in alone in the third period and fired a wrist shot from the left side, but Fleury's glove was too quick. Not long after that, during a penalty kill, Fleury's glove nabbed Kyle Okposo's attempt from the right side.Vegas stymied all six Sabres power plays and improved to 17 of 21 on the penalty kill this season. Buffalo, meanwhile, is 4 for 24 on the power play.Sabres goalie Carter Hutton stopped 25 shots.After starting the season with a 5-2 home loss to Philadelphia, the Golden Knights stumbled during a 2-3-0 road trip, as they couldn't quite find the magic that helped them open last season 8-1-0.Tuesday, they played their most complete game of the young season, looking like the high-energy expansion team that made it to the Stanley Cup Final in June.The victory avenged a loss in Buffalo, where the Sabres outskated, outhustled and outplayed the Golden Knights in a 4-2 win on Oct. 8."We played a real good, solid hockey game. I thought we were the better team most of the night and worked hard," Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said. "I seen a lot of things we're going to have to do the rest of the year. Really happy with the performance. Too many penalties, but (the penalty kill) did a great job."The Sabres have scored a power-play goal in each of their three wins, going 4 for 9 in those games, but are now 0 for 15 on man-advantage opportunities in their three losses."Special teams were the critical part of our game," coach Phil Housley said. "We focused on that before the game. We knew that they did not have a power-play goal up to this point and they probably were working on it. We missed an assignment on the (penalty kill) and our power play let us down."Marchessault ended the Golden Knights' power-play drought with a minute left in the first period, taking a crisp pass from Karlsson and one-timing it over Hutton's glove.Vegas, which was 4 for 29 on the power play through seven games last season, was 0 for 16 with the man advantage heading into the game. The Golden Knights finished the night 1 for 3.Eakin scored his third of the season in the second period, when his short-handed goal gave Vegas a 2-0 lead two minutes in.Karlsson, who led the team with 43 goals last season, scored his first of the campaign. It took Karlsson seven games to get his first goal last season, too.Marchessault added an empty-net goal for the final margin.
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  5. Well. I only saw the third. Looked like my huff n puff league with the short bench. Granny a gamer at center, though he got tossed from the dot there for being too short. Let's give Koivu a goal for the conception, an assist on the birth and the 1st star and game puck to the kid. Classy move for Wild. There are some things more important than hockey.....I can't believe I just typed that....
  6. Notice where Winnipeg is on that list... Yikes! The Peg might just be the next dynasty.
  7. Thanks LIG , Agree about coming next games against Dallas and Tampa are going to be much tougher than the one last night. And according your prospect news, it seems our prospects doing a pretty good progress - lots of production. Lodnia also is doing well (having 4 goals and 8 assists in 9 games for Niagara IceDogs in OHL).
  8. You're razzing others. Never mind. You probably don't get it.
  9. Quick Thoughts: 1) We may be seeing the physical and mental disintegration of Elliott. The goal scored after his failure to play the puck should have been it for the night. 2) Weal has some good offensive instincts. Fine. What else? 3) Gudas and Folin may have been our best defenders tonight. Yes, I just typed that. 4) Do we give more weight to blowing a three goal lead, or showing some gumption in winning in the skills competition? Ellliott starts strong and fades rapidly. Pickard shows some mobility. But I doubt Parent could make things much better with this D. Strange
  10. I'm not surprised by that it was as low scoring as it was. Arizona as a team has a GAA of about 2 and combine that with neither team being able to score (both in the bottom 10). A win is a win so I'll take it. Unfortunately, the Avs and Jets both got loser points tonight so the Wild didn't really gain much ground.
  11. Dubnyk Again Stellar in Ugly 2-1 Wild Win Over Arizona Ugly game. The Wild still look tired, slow...even if it was the 2nd game of a back to back. The Wild were very fortunate we were playing Arizona tonight. Coyle and Nino have ZERO confidence right now. I have a full game recap and a ton of prospect news, check it out!
  12. Voting? WTF are you talking about? Are you trying to make this political? Whatever.... Anyway, why can't I voice my opinion without being razzed? Nevermind I forgot who I was talking too.
  13. Finally we won for the first time this season in regulation with a score 2:1 against of Arizona Coyotes.
  14. Think it was a message to the team that they abjectly failed to receive. Not a great move - and I'm no Billy Elliott fan...
  15. Jumped in is key. He was the "third man" - which wasn't called earlier on Florida. Also, too, Florida got a power play goal for instigating.
  16. It was all going as I thought it would: the Jets were absolutely punishing the Oilers in their own zone. McDavid scored the Oilers first goal, and then put up 3 more points in the 3rd before Nurse scored in OT. Wild stuff. Paul Maurice must be livid.
  17. Not so sure. He skates like he has planks nailed to his feet and flails with his stick.
  18. Well good for him. While I think he may be overrated at times, we do need him at center.
  19. what do we make of Elliot getting pulled ? Seemed like an odd time to make the switch, was he hurting, fighting the puck ? Hakstol's handling of goalies is mystifying . I'm glad Flyers got the W though, I thought they played well Saturday, but didn't get the result.
  20. Must be psychic... he gets the winner in SO ... LOL
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