Last Night in the NHL (12/28)

Last Night in the NHL (12/28)

Last Night in the NHL (12/28) there were seven games on the slate. 

3 – Boston Bruins (20-10-6)

4 – Washington Capitals (23-13-3)

Final/SO

In the nation’s capital, the B’s and Caps went back and forth for sixty-five minutes without determining a winner. Furthermore, neither team scored on either of their first two shootout attempts. Finally, on Washington’s third attempt, Alex Ovechkin buried one to send the Capitals to victory. Braden Holtby earned the win in goal.

1st Period

  • Boston (1-0)
    • David Backes (6)
      • Riley Nash
      • Danton Heinen
  • Boston (2-0)
    • Noel Acciari (3)
      • Sean Kuraly

2nd Period

  • Washington (1-2)
    • Lars Eller (5)
      • Tom Wilson
  • Washington (2-2)
    • Alex Ovechkin (24) (PP)
      • John Carlson
      • Evgeny Kuznetsov

3rd Period

  • Boston (3-2)
    • Backes (7)
      • Heinen
      • Jake DeBrusk
  • Washington (3-3)
    • Brett Connolly (8)
      • Eller
      • Madison Bowey

Overtime

  • None

Shootout

  • Washington Wins Shootout 1-0
    • Alex Ovechkin

 


1 – Montreal Canadiens (16-18-4)

3 – Tampa Bay Lightning (27-7-2)

Though they got off to a slow start, the Tampa Bay was able to handle the Canadiens at home. Steven Stamkos had his third multi-goal game of the season and his first in over a month. Andrei Vasilevskiy (31/ 32 SA) earned the victory in net. Tampa Bay is now 10-1-0 in their last 11 games.

1st Period

  • None

2nd Period

  • Montreal (1-0)
    • Brenden Gallagher (15) (PP)
      • Charles Hudon
      • Joe Morrow
  • Tampa Bay (1-1)
    • Steven Stamkos (14)
      • Nikita Kucherov
      • Victor Hedman

3rd Period

  • Tampa Bay (2-1)
    • Brayden Point (15)
      • Tyler Johnson
      • Ondrej Palat
  • Tampa Bay (3-1)
    • Stamkos (15) (PP)
      • Vladislav Namestnikov
      • Palat

 


7 – Toronto Maple Leafs (23-14-1)

4 – Arizona Coyotes (9-26-5)

Patrick Marleau (2 G, 1 A) and Mitch Marner (1 G, 2 A) each notched three points to lead the Maple Leafs over the Coyotes in Glendale. Despite allowing four goals, Frederik Andersen (30/34 SA) earned the win in goal. Toronto ends their five-game road trip with games in Denver and Vegas on Friday and Sunday.

1st Period

  • Toronto (1-0)
    • Zach Hyman (7) (SH)
  • Toronto (2-0)
    • Auston Matthews (15)
      • William Nylander
      • Jake Gardiner
  • Toronto (3-0)
    • Mitchell Marner (5)
      • Tyler Bozak
      • James van Riemsdyk
  • Arizona (1-3)
    • Josh Archibald (1)
      • Jordan Martinook
  • Arizona (2-3)
    • Brendan Perlini (9)
      • Tobias Rieder
      • Derek Stepan

2nd Period

  • Toronto (4-2)
    • Patrick Marleau (13) (PP)
      • Marner
      • Morgan Rielly
  • Toronto (5-2)
    • William Nylander (8)
  • Toronto (6-2)
    • Marleau (14)
      • Marner
      • Leo Komarov
  • Arizona (3-6)
    • Martinook (3)
      • Rieder
      • Jakob Chychrun

3rd Period

  • Arizona (4-6)
    • Christian Fischer (10) (PP)
      • Clayton Keller
      • Alex Goligoski
  • Toronto (7-4)
    • Connor Brown (10)
      • Rielly
      • Marleau

 


2 – Philadelphia Flyers (15-14-8)

3 – Florida Panthers (16-16-5)

After hopping out to a three-goal lead in the second period, the Panthers were able to hold off a late Philly assault to secure victory at home. James Reimer (29/31 SA) earned the win between the pipes. The suddenly-hot Panthers have now won four straight. On the other side, the Flyers are losers of three straight and four of five overall.

1st Period

  • Florida (1-0)
    • Jared McCann (5)
      • Nick Bjugstad
      • Michael Matheson

2nd Period

  • Florida (2-0)
    • Derek MacKenzie (1) (SH)
      • Colton Sceviour
  • Florida (3-0)
    • Jonathan Huberdeau (13)
      • Bjugstad
      • Alexsander Barkov

3rd Period

  • Philadelphia (1-3)
    • Scott Laughton
      • Travis Konecny
      • Michael Raffl
  • Philadelphia (2-3)
    • Sean Couturier (17)
      • Shayne Gostisbehere
      • Claude Giroux

 


2 – Chicago Blackhawks (17-14-5)

5 – Vancouver Canucks (16-17-5)

The Canucks snapped their four-game funk thanks to a massive night from their second line. Thomas Vanek, Sam Gagner, and Brock Boeser were responsible for all five Vancouver goals to earn Jacob Markstrom a victory in net. Vancouver’s struggles end for one night but sport a record of 2-7-1 in their last ten games. Chicago has lost three straight.

1st Period

  • Vancouver (1-0)
    • Sam Gagner (5)
      • Nikolay Goldobin
      • Thomas Vanek
  • Chicago (1-1)
    • Nick Schmaltz (7) (PP)
      • Patrick Kane
      • Duncan Keith

2nd Period

  • Vancouver (2-1)
    • Thomas Vanek (11)
      • Gagner
      • Brock Boeser

3rd Period

  • Vancouver (3-1)
    • Gagner (6)
      • Vanek
      • Boeser
  • Vancouver (4-1)
    • Vanek (12)
      • Boeser
      • Troy Stecher
  • Vancouver (5-1)
    • Boeser (21)
      • Vanek
      • Alex Edler
  • Chicago (2-5)
    • Ryan Hartman (6)
      • Alex DeBrincat
      • John Hayden

 


2 – Calgary Flames (18-15-4)

3 – San Jose Sharks (19-11-4)

Final/SO

Sixty-five minutes wouldn’t suffice this evening in San Jose. After battling valiantly for the entirety of regulation and a five minute overtime period, the Sharks emerged victorious behind the stick of Joe Pavelski. In goal, Martin Jones (32/34 SA) earned the win for San Jose. The overtime session is the Sharks fifth in their last nine games (6-1-2). Calgary has lost their last three shootouts.

1st Period

  • Calgary (1-0)
    • Garnet Hathaway (2)
      • Mark Jankowski
      • Sam Bennett
  • San Jose (1-1)
    • Joe Pavelski (8) (PP)
      • Kevin Labanc
      • Joe Thornton
  • Calgary (2-1)
    • Mikael Backlund (8) (PP)
      • Matthew Tkachuk
      • Mark Giordano

2nd Period

  • None

3rd Period

  • San Jose (2-2)
    • Timo Meier (6)
      • Brenden Dillion
      • Brent Burns

Overtime

  • None

Shootout

  • San Jose Wins Shootout 2-0
    • Joe Pavelski

 


3 – Vegas Golden Knights (25-9-2)

2 – Los Angeles Kings (22-11-5)

Final/OT

Two of the best teams in the Western Conference went at it in LA Thursday night. Both teams exchanged goals in regulation. In the extra session, both teams whiffed on solid opportunities until David Perron was able to find the back of the net for the Knights. Vegas has won six straight.

1st Period

  • Los Angeles (1-0)
    • Marian Gaborik (6)
      • Derek Forbort
      • Drew Doughty

2nd Period

  • Vegas (1-1)
    • Jonathan Marchessault (13)
      • Colin Miller
      • Reilly Smith

3rd Period

  • Vegas (2-1)
    • Brendan Leipsic (1)
      • Alex Tuch
      • Cody Eakin
  • Los Angeles (2-2)
    • Doughty (6)
      • Jake Muzzin

Overtime

  • Vegas (3-2)
    • David Perron (9)
      • Smith

 


Last Night in the NHL (12/27)

 

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