Category: NHL

NHL Scores: 1/18/19

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  • Toronto Maple Leafs 1 – Florida Panthers 3
  • Montreal Canadiens 4 – Columbus Blue Jackets 1
  • New York Islanders 2 – Washington Capitals 0
  • Ottawa Senators 4 – Carolina Hurricanes 1
  • Detroit Red Wings 4 – Calgary Flames 6
  • Pittsburgh Penguins 3 – Arizona Coyotes 2
  • Buffalo Sabres 3 – Vancouver Canucks 4
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NHL News

On This Date:  January 18, 1958Willie O’Ree Becomes NHL’s First Black Player

Boston’s O’Ree had no points in his debut, a 3-0 win at Montreal. He played 45 games for the Bruins, though his professional career spanned 21 seasons.

Chicago Sports News: 1/17/19

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Chicago Bulls 105 – Denver Nuggets 135

Highlights:  The pledge from Jamal Murray: More effort. The promise from Nikola Jokic: More aggressiveness. It added up to just the sort of confidence-restoring, bounce-back performance the Denver Nuggets needed. Murray scored 22 of his 25 points in the third quarter, Jokic finished two rebounds shy of another triple-double and the Nuggets cruised past Chicago 135-105 on Thursday night for their 12th straight home win over the Bulls. Another rough night for the Bulls, who haven’t knocked off the Nuggets at the Pepsi Center since Feb. 8, 2006. The Bulls also remain winless in 2019, with their losing streak stretching to nine in a row. “We’re just trying to keep our head up,” said Lauri Markkanen, who scored 27 as his team that finished up a fruitless five-game trip.”

 

Chicago Blackhawks 3 – New York Rangers 4

Highlights:  After a rough stretch, theNew York Rangers are playing their best hockey in nearly two months. Chris Kreider had a goal and an assist, Henrik Lundqvist moved into a tie for sixth place on the NHL’s career wins list and the Rangers beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 Thursday night for their third victory in four games. The Rangers won nine of 11 to move to 12-8-2 heading into Thanksgiving, but then followed that with just five wins in 21 games (5-11-5). Now, coming off a 6-2 win over Carolina on Tuesday night, New York has consecutive wins for only the second time since a three-game streak Nov. 17-21. Mats ZuccarelloFilip Chytil and Mika Zibanejad also scored for New York. The line of Zibanejad, Zuccarello and Kreider has totaled nine goals and 10 assists over the last four games. Lundqvist stopped 24 shots to tie Terry Sawchuk with 445 wins, nine behind Curtis Joseph for fifth place. Brandon SaadAlex DeBrincat and Dominik Kahun scored for Chicago, which has lost five straight (0-3-2) and seven of eight. Collin Delia, making his eighth start of the season, finished with 29 saves.

 

 

NHL Scores: 1/17/19

Image result for nhlThursday Games:

  • St. Louis Blues 3 – Boston Bruins 5
  • New Jersey Devils 1 – New York Islanders 4
  • Chicago Blackhawks 3 – New York Rangers 4  (See Chicago Sports News)
  • Toronto Maple Leafs 4 – Tampa Bay Lightning 2
  • Winnipeg Jets 5 – Nashville Predators 1
  • Anaheim Ducks 3 – Minnesota Wild 0
  • Los Angeles Kings 2 – Dallas Stars 1

NHL Scores: 1/15/19

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  • St. Louis Blues 1 – New York Islanders 2
  • Carolina Hurricanes 2 – New York Islanders 6
  • New Jersey Devils 1 – Columbus Blue Jackets 4
  • Florida Panthers 1 – Montreal Canadiens 5
  • Anaheim Ducks 1 – Detroit Red Wings 3
  • Washington Capitals 2 – Nashville Predators 7
  • Los Angeles Kings 2 – Minnesota Wild 3
  • Vegas Golden Knights 1 – Winnipeg Jets 4
  • Tampa Bay Lightning 2 – Dallas Stars 0
  • Pittsburgh Penguins 2 – San Jose Sharks 5

NHL Scores: 1/14/19

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  • Colorado Avalanche 6 – Toronto Maple Leafs 3
  • Chicago Blackhawks 5 – New Jersey Devils 8  (See Chicago Sports News)
  • Minnesota Wild 4 – Philadelphia Flyers 7
  • St. Louis Blues 4 – Washington Capitals 1
  • Montreal Canadiens 3 – Boston Bruins 2
  • Buffalo Sabres 2 – Edmonton Oilers 7

Chicago Sports News: 1/14/19

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Chicago Blackhawks 5 – New Jersey Devils 8

Highlights:  Kyle Palmieri and Blake Coleman each scored twice, and the New Jersey Devils had their biggest offensive game of the season, an 8-5 victory over the struggling Chicago Blackhawks on Monday night. Travis ZajacSami VatanenKevin Rooney and Brett Seney also scored as the Devils won consecutive games for only the third time since opening the season with four straight wins. Rookie goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood won for the fifth time in seven decisions. Patrick Kane scored twice and set up two others for the Blackhawks. Brent SeabrookDominik Kahun and Brandon Saad also scored for Chicago, which left goaltenders Cam Ward and Collin Delia defenseless most of the game in giving up at least seven goals for the fifth time this season. The eight goals against tied the most given up by the Blackhawks this season. After Kane tied the game 1-all with a power-play goal at 3:07 of the second period, Palmieri and the Devils took over.