#1 the second-best goals-against average in the NHL at 0.9 von miaowang123 06.09.2019 07:46

Uniondale, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - New month, same New York Islanders. Thomas Hickey scored off an opponents skate 3:06 into overtime on Tuesday to lift the red-hot Islanders to a 3-2 win over the Ottawa Senators in the first game of a home-and-home. Hickeys wrap-around on the left side crossed the crease and deflected off Ottawa defenseman Cody Cecis left skate before going in. The goal gave the Islanders a win in their first game this month after they went 11-3 in November. They improved to 8-0 in overtime and shootout games this season and pushed their home winning streak to seven games. New York also kept pace with the Penguins for a tie atop the Metropolitan Divisions after Pittsburgh beat the Devils at home, 1-0. Jaroslav Halak made 16 saves and extended his personal winning streak to 10 games to tie the franchise record set by Billy Smith in the 1981-82 season. Brock Nelson and Ryan Strome also scored in the win. Mike Hoffman and Clarke MacArthur scored for the Senators, who fell to 1-4-1 in their last six games. Craig Anderson gave up three goals on 28 shots. Ottawa went 1-3-1 on a five-game road trip, so Senators coach Paul MacLean was happy with the point. Final Score: Pittsburgh 1, New Jersey 0 Pittsburgh, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Evgeni Malkins early third-period marker was the lone offense of the contest as Pittsburgh topped New Jersey, 1-0, at CONSOL Energy Center. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 29 shots to record his league-best fifth shutout of the season for the Penguins, who have won two in a row and four of their last five. Cory Schneider made 22 saves for the Devils, who have lost a season-high five straight games. Final Score: Vancouver 4, Washington 3 Washington, DC (SportsNetwork.com) - Daniel Sedin scored twice, including the winner halfway through the third, to lead the Vancouver Canucks in a 4-3 win over the Washington Capitals. Radim Vrbata had a goal and an assist and Derek Dorsett also scored for the Canucks, who have won four of their last five. Ryan Miller allowed three goals on 26 shots in the win. John Carlson had two goals and an assist and Brooks Laich also scored for the Capitals, who have lost four of five. Braden Holtby stopped 28 shots in the loss. Final Score: Carolina 2, Nashville 1 Raleigh, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Jeff Skinner had a goal and an assist, Cam Ward made 32 saves and the Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Nashville Predators 2-1 on Tuesday. Wards best work came in the third period when he turned away 14 of Nashvilles 15 shots. Skinners first-period goal gave the Hurricanes a 1-0 lead, and he assisted on Victor Rasks goal in the third period that proved to be the game-winner. Mike Ribeiro scored Nashvilles only goal in the third period. Pekka Rinne made 23 saves in the loss, ending Nashvilles four game winning streak. Final Score: Buffalo 2, Tampa Bay 1 (SO) Buffalo, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Jhonas Enroth stopped 26 shots in regulation and overtime plus both shootout chances as Buffalo claimed a 2-1 decision over Tampa Bay on Tuesday in the opener of a home-and-home series. Zemgus Girgensons tallied in regulation for the Sabres, who have won three in a row and six of their last seven. Cody Hodgson and Tyler Ennis hit the net in the games final segment. Ondrej Palat lit the lamp and Evgeni Nabokov made 21 saves for the Lightning, who couldnt maintain momentum from a 6-3 road win in Manhattan on Monday. Final Score: Toronto 5, Dallas 3 Toronto, ON (SportsNetwork.com) - Joffrey Lupul scored twice to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 5-3 victory over the Dallas Stars on Tuesday. Nazem Kadri finished with a goal and two assists, Tyler Bozak and Phil Kessel also scored and Mike Santorelli tallied three assists for the Maple Leafs, who have won two straight games and four of five. Jonathan Bernier stopped 35-of-38 shots in the win. Jason Spezza, Ryan Garbutt and Ales Hemsky each lit the lamp and Kari Lehtonen made 35 stops for the Stars, who dropped their third consecutive game. Final Score: Florida 4, Detroit 3 Detroit, MI (SportsNetwork.com) - Vincent Trocheck had a goal and two assists to guide the Florida Panthers to a 4-3 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday. Jimmy Hayes posted a goal and an assist while Aaron Ekbald and Sean Bergenheim also scored for the Panthers, who have won three of their last four. Roberto Luongo turned away 38 shots in the win. Pavel Datsyuk posted a goal and an assist while Gustav Nyquist and Tomas Tatar also scored for the Red Wings, who had a four-game winning streak snapped. Jimmy Howard allowed four goals on 31 shots in the loss. Final Score: Calgary 5, Arizona 2 Calgary, AB (SportsNetwork.com) - Josh Jooris picked up his first career hat trick in Calgarys 5-2 win over Arizona Tuesday. His second goal at the 7:13 mark of the second period proved to be the game-winner, and his empty-net goal in the final minute sealed the win. Karri Ramo made 27 saves on 29 shots for the Flames, who won their third straight game. Calgarys Dennis Wideman, Johnny Gaudreau, Curtis Glencross and Jiri Hudler all had two assists. Oliver Ekman-Larsson and Sam Gagner potted Arizonas goals in its second loss in three games, both to Calgary. Mike Smith allowed four goals on 23 shots. Final Score: San Jose 2, Philadelphia 1 San Jose, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Matt Nieto scored with 11.5 seconds to play as the San Jose Sharks stole a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday. In the waning moments of the contest, Patrick Marleau came charging down the middle and got a shot off that Steve Mason was able to turn aside. However, Mason came out of the crease to try and play the rebound and was crashed into by Tommy Wingels, allowing Nieto to snap the disc into the open net for the winning goal. Marc-Edouard Vlasic had the other goal and Antti Niemi turned away 28 shots for the Sharks, who have won their past two. Sean Couturier scored the only goal of the game for the Flyers, who have lost their past five games. Mason stopped 25 shots in defeat. Final Score: Los Angeles 2, Boston 0 Los Angeles, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Jonathan Quick stopped all 31 shots fired his way to post his third shutout, lifting the Los Angeles Kings to a 2-0 victory over the Boston Bruins on Tuesday. Tanner Pearson and Tyler Toffoli scored and Anze Kopitar supplied two assists for the Kings, who bounced back from a tough 4-1 loss to Chicago on Saturday. Niklas Svedberg allowed just one goal on 34 shots in Bostons second straight loss on the West Coast. Nike Vapormax Plus Nz . 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In 57 games this season he had one goal and six assists with 34 penalty minutes in Edmonton. ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Coming in cold is never easy in sports, especially for an NHL goalie. Justin Peters had a rough start for Carolina. Niklas Backstrom finished strong for Minnesota. Nino Niederreiter and Zach Parise scored with the first two shots of the season against Peters, and the Wild beat the Hurricanes 3-1 on Thursday night after both starting goalies got hurt. "You cant really pick and choose what happens there. You have to be ready no matter what happens," said Backstrom, who stopped all seven shots he faced in the third period after Josh Harding was pulled at the second intermission because of a lower-body injury. "Dont hide behind any excuses. Just go out there and try to help the guys." The Wild had no update on Hardings condition, but the Hurricanes announced before the second period was over that Cam Ward would miss three to four weeks with his lower-body injury. Ward was hurt just 4:07 into the game, and the Wild didnt take it easy on Peters, who stopped 19 shots after settling in. "I knew before long I was hopefully going to get an opportunity. It just came a little earlier than I thought," said Peters, who was called up from the AHL 10 days earlier and played in 47 games for the Hurricanes over the past four years. "Once I got into the game, I definitely felt a little more comfortable," he said. "Im just trying to prove to myself that Im an NHL goalie and instil that trust in the team." Ward started eight of Carolinas 10 games, and Anton Khudobin took the other two. Khudobin, a former Wild prospect, is out with a lower-body injury for at least another week. Mike Murphy will be summoned from the AHL for Fridays game at Colorado. Peters went 4-11-1 last season with a 3.46 goals-against average. "This is his opportunity, and hes got to find a way to get the job done," coach Kirk Muller said. Alexander Semins power-play goal in the second period pulled the Hurricanes within one, but they couldnt muster any more in the final frame. Less than 8 minutes into the first action of the season for Peters, after Semin was whistled for interferrence, the Wild scored on a power play when Mikael Granlund plucked the puck off the end boards and fed Niederreiter in the slot for a wrist shot he set up with a slick backhanded move.dddddddddddd "You want to get the pucks to the net as quick as you can," Niederrieter said. About 3 1/2 minutes later, Jared Spurgeon sent a slap shot pinging off the pipe. Parise beat defenceman Ryan Murphy to the deflection, and the rebound goal made it 2-0. Dany Heatley got his first goal of the season in the closing seconds, an empty-netter on a power play, to clinch the Wilds second straight win. They are 4-0-2 at home. The Wild played a sloppy second period, letting the Hurricanes climb back in the game. Backstrom came out for the third, his first appearance since an unspecified lower-body injury led to his early exit from the Wilds third game of the season. Harding took all but one start since, and he has been shining. The NHLs Masterton Award winner for perseverance and dedication for overcoming multiple sclerosis last season and playing an entire playoff series for the Wild, Harding entered the night with the second-best goals-against average in the NHL at 0.96. He stopped 20 of 21 shots before leaving. Backstrom said he is not quite at full strength yet, but that will have to do. "I thought he played great in this game, coming in in a tough situation," coach Mike Yeo said. Peters wasnt quite as strong, but he couldnt be blamed. "I dont know if the score is always the ... exact way how it went, but we didnt do enough to win," Hurricanes defenceman Justin Faulk said. NOTES: Ward stopped all five shots he faced. ... Yeo said he anticipated D Jonas Brodin being cleared to skate Friday, with a full mask to protect his broken right cheekbone. Brodin took a puck to the face in the previous game. ... The Wild gave up 28 shots, their third-highest total of the season, and were outshot at home for the first time in six games. ... The Wild are the only team in the league allowing an average of less than 1 goal per game in 5-on-5 play. They have given up five in 11 games this season. ' ' '

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