If Brendan Lemieux can channel even a fraction of his dad's tenacity, the Minnesota Wild are in for a super annoying game Friday night. The Winnipeg Jets (3-3-0) recalled the offspring of Claude Lemieux, arguably the most annoying hockey agitator of all time when he played from 1985-2003, and the
Mikhail Sergachev scored the first two goals of his NHL career, and the Tampa Bay Lightning cruised to a 2-0 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets in an early season battle of Eastern Conference front-runners Thursday night. Andrei Vasilevskiy posted his first shutout of the season with 43 saves for
Oct 20 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Thursday (home team in CAPS) Dallas 5 ARIZONA 4 St. Louis 4 COLORADO 3 Carolina 2 CALGARY 1 Edmonton 2 CHICAGO 1 (OT) New Jersey 5 OTTAWA 4 (OT) BOSTON 6 Vancouver 3 NY Islanders 4 NY RANGERS 3 (SO) Nashville 1 PHILADELPHIA 0 Tampa Bay 2 COLUMBUS 0
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OTTAWA — Led by a top-ranked power play and a productive rookie class, the New Jersey Devils are off to their best start in nine years. When they visit the Ottawa Senators on Thursday, the Devils will be coming off a shootout win over the high-flying Tampa Bay Lightning that gave New Jersey five victories
The Colorado Avalanche left Pepsi Center on Friday with a 4-1-0 record and feeling good about their game. Colorado coach Jared Bednar didn't like that his team scored just two goals total in losses at the Dallas Stars and Nashville Predators. Rookie Tyson Jost will move from centering the third
It is far too early in the season to magnify the importance of one game, but the Thursday night matchup between the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Tampa Bay Lightning pairs two teams hoping to make some noise this season. The Blue Jackets (5-1-0) are tied for first place in the Metropolitan Division
The Toronto Maple Leafs scored four goals on their first five shots and went on to defeat the Detroit Red Wings 6-3 on Wednesday night. Nazem Kadri, Zach Hyman, Auston Matthews, Connor Brown, Morgan Rielly and William Nylander each scored a goal for Toronto, which has won three straight.