NHL Review Saturday November 11 2017
Home Team in Caps
NY RANGERS 4, Edmonton 2
OTTAWA 4, Colorado 3
Toronto 4, BOSTON 1
MONTREAL 2, Buffalo 1 (OT)
Columbus 2, DETROIT 1 (SO)
NEW JERSEY 2, Florida 1
Minnesota 1, PHILADELPHIA 0
Chicago 4, CAROLINA 3 (OT)
NY Islanders 5, ST. LOUIS 2
NASHVILLE 5, Pittsburgh 4 (SO)
SAN JOSE 5, Vancouver 0
Winnipeg 4, ARIZONA 1
PACIORETTY SETS FRANCHISE RECORD WITH 10TH CAREER OVERTIME GOAL
Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty scored his 10th career regular-season overtime goal (all w/ MTL) to move into sole possession of the most in franchise history.
Since the beginning of the 2013-14 season, Pacioretty ranks tied for first in the NHL with 37 game-winning goals (w/ Alex Ovechkin).
SENATORS RALLY TO SWEEP NHL GLOBAL SERIES
Ottawa overcame 1-0, 2-1 and 3-2 deficits and Mike Hoffman (2-0—2) scored the go-ahead goal with 6:37 remaining in regulation to help the Senators sweep their two-game set with the Avalanche in the 2017 SAP NHL Global Series at Ericsson Globe in Stockholm, Sweden.
Hoffman recorded his second multi-goal game of the season and extended his point streak to a career-high eight contests (3-8—11).
Stockholm native Johnny Oduya scored a game-tying goal in the third period. Teammate and fellow countryman Erik Karlsson (Landsbro, Sweden) collected two assists to extend his point streak to seven games (1-10—11).
RANGERS, MAPLE LEAFS AND PREDATORS EXTEND WIN STREAKS
The Rangers (9-7-2, 20 points), Maple Leafs (12-7-0, 24 points) and Predators (9-5-2, 20 points) each earned victories to extend their respective win streaks:
Rick Nash (2-0—2) recorded his first multi-goal game since Nov. 21, 2015 (3-0—3 at FLA) to guide the Rangers to their sixth consecutive win. Henrik Lundqvist (27 saves) has backstopped the Rangers to victory in all six outings (2.66 GAA, .912 SV%).
Patrick Marleau scored for the third straight game (3-0—3) to help the Maple Leafs earn their fourth straight victory. Marleau recorded his 516th career goal to pass Pierre Turgeon (515) for sole possession of 38th place on the NHL’s all-time list.
The Penguins overcame deficits of 3-1 and 4-3, but Filip Forsberg (0-2—2) scored the decisive marker in the shootout to lift the Predators to their fourth consecutive win. Kyle Turris, who was acquired by Nashville on Nov. 5, collected 1-1—2 in his Predators debut.
NHL Schedule for Sunday, November 12
New Jersey@ Chicago
|7:00 PM ET|
|7:00 PM ET|
Tampa Bay@ Anaheim
|8:00 PM ET|
San Jose@ Los Angeles
|10:30 PM ET|