Haley immediately sprung back to his skates and went on a search-and-destroy mission for Jarnkrok. Haley was given a match penalty. The Predators, who were up 3-0 at the time of the incident, went on to win 7-2.
Even with a ridiculously long injured list that would be the foundation of a pretty good hockey team, the Pittsburgh Penguins still found a way to go 8-1-3 in their previous 12 games entering Sunday’s contest against the Philadelphia Flyers. While the loss certainly impacts their pursuit of the top spot in the Metropolitan Division (they remain three points back of the Washington Capitals), and even their quest for home ice advantage in the first round, it is still not the worst thing to come out of Sunday’s game. The worst thing for them would be the fact the Penguins lost yet another key player to an injury when forward Conor Sheary had to leave the game mid-way through the first period. Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said after the game that Sheary is dealing with a lower body injury and that right now he is considered to be day-to-day.
While talking about the Rangers loss to the Ducks last night, Alain Vigneault said that the Rangers had too many players how brought their "C" game and added "that's not good enough. The Rangers were outshot 34-28 and were credited with 15 giveaways and the Ducks were credited with 10 takeaways. Ryan Kesler noted that the Rangers area a good team but were playing on a back to back before saying "we had their number tonight" and that they took advantage of Henrik Lundqvist's first game back. (Ducks) Ryan Carlyle said that the Ducks were rested and that they had to take advantage of that after the Rangers played on Saturday. (Ducks)