NHL Review Sunday November 12 2017
Home Team in Caps
New Jersey 7, CHICAGO 5
WASHINGTON 2, Edmonton 1 (SO)
Tampa Bay 2, ANAHEIM 1
San Jose 2, LOS ANGELES 1
WOOD’S FIRST CAREER HAT TRICK POWERS DEVILS TO VICTORY
Miles Wood (3-1—4) registered his first career hat trick and four-point game and the Devils overcame an early 4-1 deficit to defeat the Blackhawks and improve to 11-4-2 this season (24 points).
Former Windsor Spitfire Taylor Hall recorded 1-1—2 on Sunday to reach 400 career NHL points (158-242—400 in 470 GP).
KUCHEROV JOINS STAMKOS IN 30-POINT CLUB, LIGHTNING SWEEP ROAD TRIP
Nikita Kucherov and Steven Stamkos each collected an assist on Tampa Bay’s opening goal as the clubcompleted a sweep of its California road trip, extending its road win streak to six games.
The Lightning (14-2-2, 30 points) became the first team to reach 30 points this season, a mark they hit in their 27th game in 2016-17.
The Lightning have won at least six consecutive road games for the fourth time in club history – the record of seven straight road wins was set from Jan. 7 – Feb. 1, 2007.
STREAKS ON THE LINE IN BOTH OF TONIGHT’S GAMES
Three players look to extend lengthy point streaks when they take the ice tonight:
Stars forward Alexander Radulov (4-6—10 in 7 GP) will look to extend his point streak to eight games when Dallas begins a three-game road trip in Carolina. Radulov, who signed a five-year contract with the Stars in July, has had one point streak of at least eight games in his career, in 2007-08 with the Predators (8-2—10 in 8 GP).
Flames teammates Johnny Gaudreau (4-6—10 in 6 GP) and Sean Monahan (3-5—8 in 6 GP) each aim for points in seven consecutive games when they take on the Western Conference-leading Blues. Gaudreau (6-16—22) is tied for fourth in League scoring with Blues forward Jaden Schwartz (9-13—22) and Penguins forward Phil Kessel (7-15—22), while Monahan shares second in the NHL with four game-winning goals.
NHL Schedule for Monday, November 13 2017
|7:00 PM ET|
St. Louis@ Calgary
|9:00 PM ET|