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  1. Games Played on 11/19/18 Jake McCabe vs Riley Sheahan Winner ? Max Domi vs Dmitry Orlov Winner ? Antoine Roussel vs Brandon Tanev Winner ?
  2. Game # 21 7 2Flames race to seven-goal lead, defeat Golden Knights 7-2The Flames score five times in the 1st period, including two goals from Sean Monahan, as Calgary pounds the Golden Knights 7-2.CALGARY, Alberta -- Johnny Gaudreau matched a career-high with four points, all in the first period, and found a spot in the Calgary Flames' record book.Gaudreau's goal and three assists, along with Matthew Tkachuk's two goals and two assists, helped the Flames take over top spot in the Pacific Division with a 7-2 rout of the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday night.Calgary is even in points with the San Jose Sharks, but have one more regulation/overtime win."He's a dynamic player and he's a very creative player and he sees it," Flames coach Bill Peters said of Gaudreau. "There's not a whole bunch of them that have the ability to slow the game down and buy time for guys to get open and he's got it."Calgary blew the game open early, jumping out to a 5-0 lead in the first period. Gaudreau became the 10th player in franchise history, and first since Olli Jokinen on Feb. 14, 2011, to register four points in a period.Gaudreau's handiwork began 2:36 into the game when he set up Tkachuk, who also matched his career best in points. Tkachuk whipped a 20-foot wrist shot past Malcolm Subban for a power-play goal.Gaudreau made it 2-0 at 6:49, ripping a shot over Subban's glove to complete a tic-tac-to passing sequence with linemates Elias Lindholm and Monahan."Smart play by a smart player," said Gaudreau, describing Lindholm's play that began the sequence. "He's 20 to 30 feet ahead of us and he has a one-on-two, pulls up, finds (Monahan), next thing you know it's a two-on-two then I'm coming in the play and it's a three-on-two. For him to have that awareness, he's pretty smart."Gaudreau pounced on a turnover in the Vegas slot and set up Monahan's one-timer for a 3-0 lead at 10:59, then capped off his record-tying period by setting up Monahan's second of the period and team-leading 12th goal."He's a big-time threat to take the puck to the net and then when he pulls up and delays, you've got guys with good timing coming late, that's when you see all those seam passes and East-West passes," Peters said. "All of a sudden, the goaltender is out playing the shooter and it's a long lateral pass and he can't get across."TJ Brodie and Sam Bennett rounded out the scoring for Calgary (12-8-1), which plays Vegas again on Friday.Nick Holden and Max Pacioretty scored third-period goals for the Golden Knights, who were coming off a 6-3 win in Edmonton on Sunday"It's hard to believe that this happened tonight, the way we played last night but that's hockey," Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said. "It's pretty disappointing and I hope they're disappointed because they didn't show up."For the Flames, who lead the league with six third-period comebacks, Monahan says it was nice to play from in front for a change."It's fun, obviously, when you're putting the puck in the net and you're winning like that. That's the best part of hockey," said Monahan. "This is a team, I think we needed a win like that."Second-year Czech goaltender David Rittich made 20 saves to improve to 7-1-0. It was the second start in a row for the 26-year-old Rittich, who is getting more playing time with veteran Mike Smith struggling.Subban went the distance for Vegas, finishing with 25 stops. After going 13-4-2 as a rookie last season, Subban has lost all four starts this season."I don't have any answers for you right now, but we're supposed to be a fast team and it's probably the slowest we played all year," Vegas winger Reilly Smith said.
  3. Game # 22 2 7Flames race to seven-goal lead, defeat Golden Knights 7-2The Flames score five times in the 1st period, including two goals from Sean Monahan, as Calgary pounds the Golden Knights 7-2.CALGARY, Alberta -- Johnny Gaudreau matched a career-high with four points, all in the first period, and found a spot in the Calgary Flames' record book.Gaudreau's goal and three assists, along with Matthew Tkachuk's two goals and two assists, helped the Flames take over top spot in the Pacific Division with a 7-2 rout of the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday night.Calgary is even in points with the San Jose Sharks, but have one more regulation/overtime win."He's a dynamic player and he's a very creative player and he sees it," Flames coach Bill Peters said of Gaudreau. "There's not a whole bunch of them that have the ability to slow the game down and buy time for guys to get open and he's got it."Calgary blew the game open early, jumping out to a 5-0 lead in the first period. Gaudreau became the 10th player in franchise history, and first since Olli Jokinen on Feb. 14, 2011, to register four points in a period.Gaudreau's handiwork began 2:36 into the game when he set up Tkachuk, who also matched his career best in points. Tkachuk whipped a 20-foot wrist shot past Malcolm Subban for a power-play goal.Gaudreau made it 2-0 at 6:49, ripping a shot over Subban's glove to complete a tic-tac-to passing sequence with linemates Elias Lindholm and Monahan."Smart play by a smart player," said Gaudreau, describing Lindholm's play that began the sequence. "He's 20 to 30 feet ahead of us and he has a one-on-two, pulls up, finds (Monahan), next thing you know it's a two-on-two then I'm coming in the play and it's a three-on-two. For him to have that awareness, he's pretty smart."Gaudreau pounced on a turnover in the Vegas slot and set up Monahan's one-timer for a 3-0 lead at 10:59, then capped off his record-tying period by setting up Monahan's second of the period and team-leading 12th goal."He's a big-time threat to take the puck to the net and then when he pulls up and delays, you've got guys with good timing coming late, that's when you see all those seam passes and East-West passes," Peters said. "All of a sudden, the goaltender is out playing the shooter and it's a long lateral pass and he can't get across."TJ Brodie and Sam Bennett rounded out the scoring for Calgary (12-8-1), which plays Vegas again on Friday.Nick Holden and Max Pacioretty scored third-period goals for the Golden Knights, who were coming off a 6-3 win in Edmonton on Sunday"It's hard to believe that this happened tonight, the way we played last night but that's hockey," Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said. "It's pretty disappointing and I hope they're disappointed because they didn't show up."For the Flames, who lead the league with six third-period comebacks, Monahan says it was nice to play from in front for a change."It's fun, obviously, when you're putting the puck in the net and you're winning like that. That's the best part of hockey," said Monahan. "This is a team, I think we needed a win like that."Second-year Czech goaltender David Rittich made 20 saves to improve to 7-1-0. It was the second start in a row for the 26-year-old Rittich, who is getting more playing time with veteran Mike Smith struggling.Subban went the distance for Vegas, finishing with 25 stops. After going 13-4-2 as a rookie last season, Subban has lost all four starts this season."I don't have any answers for you right now, but we're supposed to be a fast team and it's probably the slowest we played all year," Vegas winger Reilly Smith said.
  4. Game # 21 6 3Marchessault scores twice, Golden Knights beat Oilers 6-3Jonathan Marchessault scores twice to put the Golden Knights' lead out of reach in a 6-3 win over the Oilers.EDMONTON, Alberta -- It took just over two minutes for the Vegas Golden Knights to leave the Edmonton Oilers behind.Jonathan Marchessault had two goals and an assist and the Golden Knights scored three goals in a 2:12 second span early in the second period in a 6-3 victory Sundat night."We need to build off this," Marchessault said. "We had a tough first 20 games and everybody knows that. We need to catch up from our slow start. There is no magic, we just have to play fast. If we play fast, we're giving options to each other quick and we're playing our best and that's what we did tonight."William Karlsson, Cody Eakin, Max Pacioretty and Reilly Smith also scored, Smith tacked on two assists and Colin Miller had three. The Golden Knights have won two of their last three to improve to 9-11-1.Connor McDavid, Alex Chiasson and Leon Draisaitl scored for Edmonton. The Oilers are 9-10-1 after dropping six of seven."Obviously it is frustrating, there is no other way to say it," McDavid said. "Especially because we have shown we can be a good team. We had that 8-1-1 stretch where we looked really good and now we have wavered and find ourselves dipping a bit. We just have to get back to that brand of hockey that we know we can play."Eakin began the second-period burst, tying it at 2 with a short-handed goal at 2:21. Pacioretty struck at 3:53, and Marchessault added a power-play goal at 4:33."We came out strong in the second, one thing led to another and we had a few in the back of the net, that's what we needed," Eakin said. "It's been a little inconsistent and hopefully we can build a little momentum here and play the way we need to be successful."Vegas added to its lead 34 seconds into the third on a redirect by Marchessault, his 10th, and piled on with another goal by Smith three minutes later. Edmonton got one back from Draisaitl shortly after that.Edmonton scored 52 seconds into the game on its first shot when McDavid tipped Matt Benning's shot that had goalie Marc-Andre Fleury completely going in the opposite direction. McDavid has 12 goals this season.
  5. Games Played on 11/17/18 Sam Bennett vs Darnell Nurse Winner ?
  6. Yes sir...I do, no doubt that old fashioned fisticuffs are declining, but that makes me enjoy them even more.
  7. Game # 20 4 2Lindholm scores twice, Flames rally past Oilers 4-2Connor McDavid gets a penalty for fighting but makes up for it by scoring a goal in the Oilers' 4-2 loss to the Flames.CALGARY, Alberta -- Elias Lindholm is having a breakout season with Calgary.Lindholm scored twice, including the tiebreaking goal midway through the third period, and the Flames rallied from two down to beat the Edmonton Oilers 4-2 on Saturday night.After deflecting Noah Hanifin's point shot into Mikko Koskinen's pads, Lindholm knocked in the rebound at 9:10 of the third. He added an empty-netter for his team-leading 11th goal -- his career high is 17 set in 2014-15."He's a high-end player. He has been his whole life," Flames coach Bill Peters said. "Takes faceoffs, kills penalties, can play 4-on-4, plays on the power play. He touches the game in a lot of different areas."Lindholm, acquired from Carolina in the offseason, was drafted fifth overall in 2013, one spot ahead of linemate Sean Monahan.Monahan, with a goal and an assist, and Derek Ryan also scored for Calgary.Connor McDavid and Alex Chiasson scored for Edmonton, which has lost five of six.Down 2-1 entering the third period, Calgary tied it at 2:40 when Monahan rattled home a rebound of Travis Hamonic's shot.It was the sixth time the Flames have come back to win when trailing after two periods, most in the NHL."A lot of times we play unreal in the third, but you don't want to chase the game too much," Lindholm said. "It's not going to work all the time to be down before the third. It's something we need to work on."The Flames were down 2-0 before Ryan ended a 14-game scoring drought with his second of the season at 16:23 of the second period.Until then, the Flames' listless power play had given up just as many shots as it had generated, with two of the three allowed being breakaways.Standing tall in net was David Rittich, who improved to 6-1-0. Included in his 24 stops were three breakaways -- two for Leon Draisaitl and one by Jujhar Khaira."It's my job. It's a great feeling, but that's why I'm in the net -- making saves," Rittich said.With fellow goalie Mike Smith struggling, Rittich delivered the type of quality start Calgary needed after dropping three of its previous four games."He was huge. There were a couple breakaways and odd-man rushes. He made some big stops. When that happens it makes you want to go hard," Monahan said.Koskinen, who turned aside 33 shots, fell to 4-2-0."It felt like we ran out of gas a little bit. We spent the whole third in our own zone," he said.Edmonton increased its lead to 2-0 at 3:49 of the second when Draisaitl set up McDavid on a perfectly executed 2-on-1. Rittich had no chance to get across and stop the one-timer.The Oilers took the lead 2:29 into the game while short-handed. Playing against his former team, Chiasson broke in off the wing and slipped a backhand through Rittich's pads.It was a physical game, especially early, with Mikael Backlund and McDavid wrestling at one point. Sam Bennett and Darnell Nurse squared off after Bennett, on the first shift of the game, rocked the Oilers defenseman with a heavy hit.Matthew Tkachuk was in the middle of the action, getting jumped by Zack Kassian late in the first period, which drew a triple minor for roughing and a misconduct on the Oilers' rugged forward."We had an opportunity to go ahead two or three and that may have changed the game, on some of the breakaways, but their goaltender played well," Edmonton coach Todd McLellan said."Too many penalties. Their top players didn't have to play a lot of hard minutes. They were on the power play the whole first two (periods), so by the time you get to the third, they have some gas left in their tanks and they certainly took it to us."
  8. Game # 20 2 1Karlsson, DeBrusk give Bruins 2-1 win over CoyotesGLENDALE, Ariz. -- Another "JFK" may be emerging in the Bay State.Bruins rookie forward Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson -- coaches and teammates identify him by his initials -- scored his first career goal 1:12 into the game, and Jake DeBrusk's goal less than two minutes later was all Boston needed for a 2-1 victory over the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday night."It's difficult to describe," said Karlsson, who was recalled from Providence of the American Hockey League on Nov. 9."It's a great feeling. It's nice to get the first one, just so you don't start thinking about it. It's nice to get that out of the way. Hopefully we can keep going from there."Karlsson scored from near the crease after Noel Acciardi stole the puck from behind the net and flipped it in front."Noel made a great play," Karlsson said. "All credit to him. I just tried to put it in."DeBrusk scored his eighth goal of the season and fifth in his last six games at 2:45 of the first period. He poked in a loose puck as it rolled into the crease off the stick of Brad Marchand for a 2-0 lead, and the Bruins made it stand up.Jaroslav Halak made 31 saves for Boston after giving up six goals on 25 shots in a loss at Colorado on Wednesday. He is 9-3-2 in his career against the Coyotes.Brad Richardson scored his sixth goal at 9:10 of the second period, and the Coyotes carried the play in for the rest of the period but couldn't get the equalizer."We had a bunch of chances and we just didn't score," Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet said.Arizona went on a power play with 1:46 remaining in the game, and goalie Darcy Kuemper left the ice 20 seconds later for a 6-on-4 advantage, but Halak was up to the task.Halak saved four shots in the final 1:03, and defenseman Jeremy Lauzon saved a potential goal when he cleared a puck away from the crease in the final seconds."I was just ready for the rebound," Lauzon said. "I knew there were two guys in front. I turned around and the puck was right there."Kuemper made 20 saves in his seventh consecutive start while Antti Raanta deals with a lower-body injury. Kuemper is 0-3 in three career starts against Boston.Arizona outshot Boston 32-22, the Bruins' lowest shot total of the season. Boston had only three shots in the second period, the first coming with 5 1/2 minutes remaining.The Bruins, who are 3-1-1 while playing five games in eight days, will remain in Arizona until Monday before traveling to Detroit for the final stop of a four-game trip."I want the guys to go sit in the sun and enjoy themselves and get vitamin D," coach Bruce Cassidy said.Halak saved a short-handed wrist shot by Michael Grabner on a 2-on-1 break two minutes into the second period to preserve the lead. Grabner leads the league with four short-handed goals and the Coyotes lead the league with 10.
  9. Games Played on 11/16/18 Connor Clifton vs Jason Spezza Winner ?
  10. Games Played on 11/15/18 Justin Abdelkader vs Brady Tkachuk Winner ?
  11. Game # 20 1 4O'Reilly scores twice, Blues beat Golden Knights 4-1Ryan O'Reilly moves from left to right and squeezes the puck between the goals legs to tie the game at 1-1.LAS VEGAS -- ��� St. Louis forward David Perron has zero points in two games against the Vegas Golden Knights.He has two wins, though.Perron made an emotional return to Vegas and Ryan O'Reilly scored twice to lead the Blues over the Golden Knights 4-1 on Friday night. Brayden Schenn and Oskar Sundqvist also scored for St. Louis."It's fun from the warm-up on to the last minute," said Perron, who had a career-best 66 points with Vegas last season. "Obviously a lot of energy in this crowd and it's always fun coming here. I got so many messages. ... I feel the love from this city for sure."Perron, who set the NHL record for most assists (50) by a player on an expansion team with the Golden Knights before signing with St. Louis as a free agent, made it no secret he wanted to re-sign with Vegas, but couldn't come to terms with the club during the offseason."It's unfortunate how it worked out," Perron said. "I still wish it could've been different."While the Blues improved to 2-0-0 against Vegas and 4-1-0 against the Pacific Division this season, the Golden Knights are struggling to find the same magic they had during last year's run to the Stanley Cup Final.Vegas had scored four or more goals in three of its past four games but was shut down by Jake Allen. The Blues goalie stopped 32 shots after allowing three or more goals in five of his previous six outings."We know what kind of team they are," Allen said. "We played them a couple of weeks ago ... very offensive, very opportunistic team. They usually get their chances most games and we were able to shut them down."William Carrier scored for the Golden Knights, and Marc-Andre Fleury made 31 saves.After posting a career-best 2.24 goals against average last season, Fleury's 2.52 GAA is his second-highest since the 2009-10 season.Sundqvist, who has six goals in his 79-game career, has scored three of them against Fleury this season, also scoring two on Nov. 1 in a 5-3 win at St. Louis."It's been working against Vegas so far this season," Sundqvist said "I've gotten a lot of help with all the goals from my linemates and D-men. I don't know why it's been working, especially against Fleury, because I never scored on him before."Moments after Vegas opened the scoring with Carrier's breakaway goal against Allen, the Blues tied it when O'Reilly flipped it just under Fleury's arm.St. Louis took a 2-1 lead in the second period when O'Reilly deflected Jaden Schwartz's shot from the right wing. Schenn scored off a faceoff for a 3-1 lead later in the period, and Sundqvist scored 59 seconds later.The Golden Knights have been outscored in the second period 28-17."It's early in the season I know, but this has happened way too often," center Pierre-Edouard Bellemare said. "I think the coaches probably have a better answer than I will have. It's one bad bounce and then suddenly we're two or three behind. I really couldn't pinpoint what is going on. But it seems to happen every time in the second."
  12. Game # 19 0 :dstars 1 OTDickinson scores in OT to lift Stars over Bruins 1-0Stars C Mattias Janmark's shot on goal bounces out to C Jason Dickinson, who flips it in the net to give the Stars the overtime win vs. the Bruins.DALLAS -- Ben Bishop was as much a cheerleader as a goalie for Dallas in a scoreless overtime game."It's like, `C'mon, let's score, guys," he said.Jason Dickinson obliged, burying a rebound 1:34 into overtime to preserve Bishop's 23-save shutout and lift the Stars over the Boston Bruins 1-0 on Friday night.Dickinson and Mattias Janmark led a 2-on-1 against goalie Tuukka Rask. Janmark shot from the left side, and the rebound slid to Dickinson right in front. He lifted the puck in for his fourth of the season."I recognized that it was a 2-on-1 and I went to open up for (Janmark)," Dickinson said. "I noticed that he was shooting, and I figured I'd go to the side that he was shooting on because there might be a rebound."To be able to cap that off with an overtime winner from me, it feels really good."Rask made 36 saves in his return from a week-long leave of absence for a personal matter. The Bruins have not elaborated on the reason for Rask's leave.Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy wasn't blaming Rask."Overtime hasn't been our friend," Cassidy said. "We don't manage the puck. We give up odd-man rushes. We don't deserve to win. Listen, you've got to defend when you don't have the puck."Dallas won 1-0 in overtime or a shootout for the first time in franchise history. The Stars hadn't been in a scoreless overtime game since a 1-0 shootout loss to Los Angeles on March 26, 2009.The Bruins had not ended regulation in a scoreless tie since April 12, 2012 -- a 1-0 win to open a first-round playoff series against Washington.Bishop got his 26th career shutout. His biggest save came midway through the second, when he stopped Joakim Nordstrom's deflection.Coach Jim Montgomery has been impressed with Dallas goalies Bishop and Anton Khudobin."It's a luxury," he said. "It's been the most consistent and the best part of our game. What a gritty effort"Both sides were dealing with injuries to defenseman, so Boston had two players make their NHL debut in Jakub Zboril and Connor Clifton, and the Stars had one in Gavin Bayreuther."Obviously missing some bodies in the defense," Rask said. "Everybody battled. We played a solid game and resulted in one point.Dallas almost scored 49 seconds into the game. A tip-in by Tyler Pitlick went under and behind Rask, but defenseman Torey Krug moved the puck off the goal line with his stick.Boston's Brad Marchand had 16 of his 18 penalty minutes in the second period. He received a double minor for roughing in a fight with Radek Faksa at 7:45 and left the ice at 12:46 after drawing a slashing penalty and a misconduct."There were some fights out there, and guys sticking up for each other," Bishop said. "They're not all Picassos. This one was a little different."Faksa's line held the Bruins' top line of Marchand, Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak to six shots on goal.Dallas pressured Rask with 13 shots in the third period and six more in overtime.
  13. Game # 19 2 3Carey Price makes 43 saves, Canadiens beat Flames 3-2Artturi Lehkonen puts a wrist shot past the goalie as Montreal beats Calgary 3-2.CALGARY, Alberta -- In a duel of struggling goaltenders, one returned to vintage form, while the misery continued for the other.Carey Price backstopped the Montreal Canadiens to a 3-2 win over Mike Smith and the Calgary Flames on Thursday night, despite the visitors being outshot 45-22."He's the best goalie in the world," said Artturi Lehkonen, who scored the game-winner in the third period. "He was outstanding in the net. He was a big key as to why we won."Lehkonen's first goal in 18 games, dating back to the season-opener, came on a harmless-looking 40-foot wrist shot from off the wing that leaked through Smith's pads."Bad goal, bad timing," said Smith, who fell to 5-7-1.Smith's save percentage dropped to .876 on the season, which ranks 49th out of 50 goaltenders who have played six-or-more games."When you feel like you've let your team down, that's probably the biggest frustration/disappointment that can ever happen in your career," said the 36-year-old. "Our team played such a great game tonight and deserved a much better fate. When something happens like that and it's on you, it's obviously disappointing."It has been a tough year for Price, too, who entered the night with an .892 save percentage. Price found himself on the bench the last two games after giving up 11 goals on 63 shots in his previous two starts.But he was back in form against Calgary."Just trying to stop the puck and try to read plays well and let them hit you when they come," said Price, who improved to 6-4-3.Price stopped all thirteen shots he faced in the final frame as the Canadiens won for the third time when trailing after two periods."He's got his reputation as Carey Price, the best goalie in the world, for a reason and we have that confidence playing in front of him and I don't think anyone was ever worried," said Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher.Tomas Tatar and Jonathan Drouin also scored for Montreal (10-6-3), which has split the opening two games of its three-game Western Canada road trip. The Canadiens play in Vancouver on Saturday.Max Domi had an assist for the Canadiens to extend his point streak to eight games (5-7-12).Matthew Tkachuk scored both goals for Calgary (10-8-1). Tkachuk's eighth and ninth markers of the season put him at a team-best 21 points on the season. Mark Giordano had two assists. The Flames' four-game homestand continues Saturday when they are host to the Edmonton Oilers."Very, very tough," said Tkachuk, about the setback. "It's one of those where you don't want a third period like that, especially when you're up 2-1 in your building."Montreal tied the game 2-2 at 8:32 of the third. After a scramble in front of the net, Smith kicked out his pad to stop Andrew Shaw's backhander, but Drouin was right there to slide in the rebound."Carey stood tall in net and gave us a chance after two periods to still be in the game," said Canadiens coach Claude Julien. "I liked the way we came out in the third. Finally we talked about it, starting to play on our toes again like we had been when things are going well."The Canadiens opened the scoring eight minutes into the first on another shaky one as Tatar's shot from the slot deflected off Smith's upper body and went into the net."We all have bad days at work sometimes," said Flames defenseman Travis Hamonic, when asked about his goaltender. "We battle as a team. We win and lose as a team. It's never on one player."Coming on the fifth shot Smith faced, it was the 10th time in 13 starts that he has surrendered a goal on one of the first six shots.
  14. Lightning G Vasilevskiy fractures foot TSN.ca Staff Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy fractured his foot and will be out for a while. In 13 games for the Lightning this season, Vasilevskiy has a 9-3-1 record with a .927 save percentage, 2.30 goals against average, and one shutout. Backup Louis Domingue has started five games for the Lightning this season, compiling a 3-2 record with an .887 save percentage and 3.43 goals against average. More details to follow.

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