Players of the Night:
Jeff Glass, Chicago Blackhawks: Sure, his shutout bid was stopped by Patrik Laine in the third period, but he made a game-saving stop on Laine latter in the frame that help the Blackhawks to the win. Glass was on a different level on Friday. What a story he’s become.
Al Montoya, Edmonton Oilers: Alvaro stopped all 19 shots he faced after coming in to relieve Cam Talbot. The Oilers rallied in his presence, winning 4-2 after going down 2-0 in the first 3:17 of the g ame.
Highlights of the Night:
This is Jeff Glass doing what a lot of goalies can’t: stopping Patrik Laine’s one-timer.
— Cristiano Simonetta (@CMS_74_) January 13, 2018
Ovechkin reclaimed the league-lead in NHL goal scoring, from where he does it best:
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) January 13, 2018
Jordan Stall’s 200th NHL goal came on a beautiful set up:
Who needs/wants overtime? Jay Beagle doesn’t:
Jay Beagle AT. THE. BUZZER. pic.twitter.com/XFEniFd659
— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) January 13, 2018
Factoids of the Night:
Some Beagle facts:
Jay Beagle (59:58) scored the latest go-ahead goal in regulation in @Capitals history, eclipsing the mark set by Alexander Semin in a 3-2 win on Nov. 6, 2008 vs. CAR (59:49). #NHLStats #WSHvsCAR @EliasSports pic.twitter.com/o086H5ulkk
— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) January 13, 2018
The Lightning are losing the league’s top d-man for 3-to-6 weeks. Ouch.
Florida will make a deadline move if it makes sense long-term.
Cap Crunch: Who’s set up and who is screwed?
Cogliano re-ups with Ducks.
New Hurricanes owner believes the team can win now.
Flames have suddenly turned a corner.
Canucks 5, Blue Jackets 2
Flames 4, Panthers 2
Capitals 4, Hurricanes 3
Blackhawks 2, Jets 1
Oilers 4, Coyotes 2