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NHL Results and Musings Jan. 13, 2015

NHL, Hockey Day in Canada,


  • Goaltender Ben Bishop (21 SV) earned his 12th shutout with the Lightning – and 14th overall – to tie Daren Puppa for second place in franchise history, behind Nikolai Khabibulin (14).
  • Blues forward Ty Rattie, a second-round selection (32nd overall) in the 2011 NHL Draft, scored his first career goal (19 GP).
  • Hours after agreeing to a three-year contract extension, Joel Quenneville picked up his 782nd career victory to tie Al Arbour for the second-most wins by a head coach in NHL history. Only Scotty Bowman (1,244) has more career victories behind an NHL bench.
  • Ken Hitchcock, who ranks fourth in NHL history with 733 career victories, became the second head coach in Blues history to win 200 games, joining Quenneville (307). Elias adds that Hitchcock, who posted 277 victories w/ DAL, became the sixth head coach in NHL history to record 200 wins with multiple teams.
  • Max Domi (3-0—3) and Brock Nelson (3-1—4) both recorded their first career hat tricks to power the Coyotes and Islanders, respectively, to wins.
  • Steven Stamkos scored twice to reach the 20-goal milestone for the eighth time in as many NHL seasons and propel the Lightning to their third consecutive victory. Via Elias, Stamkos became the third player in franchise history to record eight straight 20-goal seasons, joining Vincent Lecavalier (12; 1999-11) and Martin St. Louis (9; 2002-11).


Most Wins by a Head Coach, NHL History
1. Scotty Bowman: 1,422
t-2. Al Arbour: 782
t-2. Joel Quenneville: 782^
4. Ken Hitchcock: 733^
5. Dick Irvin: 692
^ Active


Home Team in Caps
NY ISLANDERS 5, Columbus 2
CAROLINA 3, Pittsburgh 2 (OT)
ST. LOUIS 5, New Jersey 2
Buffalo 3, MINNESOTA 2
San Jose 4, WINNIPEG 1
CHICAGO 3, Nashville 2
Tampa Bay 4, COLORADO 0
ARIZONA 4, Edmonton 3 (OT)


All Times Eastern
Columbus @ Toronto, 7:00 p.m.
Boston @ Philadelphia, 8:00 p.m.
Florida @ Calgary, 9:30 p.m.
Ottawa @ Anaheim, 10:00 p.m.

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