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NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – February 17, 2018

Game recaps, Flames re-sign Mikael Backlund plus updates on Phil Kessel, Roberto Luongo and more in your NHL morning coffee headlines.

Winnipeg Jets center Mark Scheifele tallied three points for the second straight game in his club’s 6-1 win over the Colorado Avalanche (Photo via NHL Images)

  Stitched Jersey All Star White 2015 Lebron Basketball Cavaliers James 23: Blake Wheeler scored twice, Mark Scheifele collected three assists and Connor Hellebuyck got his 30th win of the season as the Winnipeg Jets crushed the Colorado Avalanche 6-1. The Jets (77 points) are tied with the Nashville Predators for first place in the Central Division.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: After missing over a month to injury, Scheifele’s been on fire since his return. He has seven points in just four games, with three in each of his last two games. 

The Philadelphia Flyers picked up their first win in Columbus since 2005 by edging the Blue Jackets 2-1 in overtime. Flyers forward Sean Couturier tallied the game winner while goaltender Michal Neuvirth made 35 saves.

Thomas Greiss kicked out 45 shots as the New York Islanders blanked the Carolina Hurricanes 3-0. It was the Isles second straight shutout win. Johnny Boychuk, Anthony Beauvillier and John Tavares were the goal scorers, with the latter potting his 30th of the season.

The Dallas Stars got goals from Mattias Janmark and Stephen Johns as they held off the St. Louis Blues 2-1. Ben Bishop turned aside 28 shots for the Stars.

CALGARY SUN: The Flames yesterday announced the re-signing of two-way center Mikael Backlund to a six-year, $32.1-million contract extension. The annual salary-cap hit is $5.35 million.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: It’s a nice pay raise from the $3.575-million per season the 28-year-old Backlund is earning on his current deal. It’s a good deal for both sides. Backlund is a solid two-way puck-possession player who is a key part of the Flames lineup, centering their “3M” line with left wing Matthew Tkachuk and right wing Michael Frolik. He finished fourth in voting for the Selke Trophy last season, had a career-best 53 points in 2016-17 and could reach 50 points this season.

TRIBLIVE.COM: Pittsburgh Penguins winger Phil Kessel sits tied for fourth in the NHL scoring but he’s not concerned about the possibility of winning the scoring title. “I got two Cups. It doesn’t really matter,” Kessel said Friday. 

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Sounds like Kessel has his priorities in order. Nothing beats winning the Stanley Cup. 

SUN-SENTINEL.COM: After being sidelined for two months by injury, Florida Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo will get the start tonight against the Flames in Calgary. 

OTTAWA SUN: Senators owner Eugene Melnyk is taking over the duties of the club’s CEO. Speaking of the Senators, their attendance woes continue, sitting 24th overall among the 31 NHL franchises this season. 

BOSTON HERALD: Long-time Bruins beat writer Steve Harris passed away Thursday due to complications from heart surgery. He was 66. 

SPECTOR’S NOTE: My condolences to Harris’ family and friends. I followed and enjoyed his work for years. He earned a reputation for fairness in his coverage of the Bruins and will be missed. 

 








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NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – February 16, 2018

Tank Limited Black Top Team Men's Stitched 32 Allen Football Raiders Marcus Jersey Game recaps, a couple of minor trades plus the latest on Alex Ovechkin, Taylor Hall and more in your NHL morning coffee headlines.

New Jersey Devils winger Taylor Hall extended his points streak to a franchise-record 16 games (Photo via NHL Images).

  Stitched Jersey All Star White 2015 Lebron Basketball Cavaliers James 23: Nico Hischier collected three points, Stefan Noesen scored twice and Taylor Hall extended his points streak to a franchise-record 16 games as the New Jersey Devils defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 5-2. With the win, the Devils opened a three-point lead over the Hurricanes in the Eastern Conference standings, with the Devils holding the first wild-card berth.

A 50-save performance by Jaroslav Halak carried the New York Islanders to their first shutout win of the season, downing the New York Rangers 3-0. Isles rookie Mathew Barzal set up all three goals. Earlier in the day, Islanders forward Anders Lee politely rejected a donation to his cancer fund from a group raising money for a billboard demanding the replacement of general manager Garth Snow.

The Pittsburgh Penguins picked up their 10th consecutive home win by beating the Los Angeles Kings 3-1. Defenseman Dion Phaneuf scored his first goal as a King. Earlier in the week, he was dealt to Los Angeles in a multi-player trade.

Marian Gaborik scored a goal and added an assist in his first game with the Ottawa Senators to help his new team defeat the Buffalo Sabres 3-2. Gaborik was part of the return Ottawa received from Los Angeles earlier this week in the Dion Phaneuf trade. Sens center Matt Duchene assisted on all three Ottawa goals. Earlier in the day, the Senators made their second trade of the week, shipping centre Chris DiDomenico to the Chicago Blackhawks for defenceman Ville Pokka.

The Tampa Bay Lightning snapped a two-game losing skid with a 4-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings. Lightning winger Nikita Kucherov had a four-point night (one goal, three assists) and Steven Stamkos potted two goals.

Nashville Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne saw his 11-game unbeaten streak end with a 4-3 loss to the Calgary Flames. Matthew Tkachuk and Dougie Hamilton each had a goal and an assist for the Flames.

Alex Ovechkin also had a goal and three assists as he led his Washington Capitals to a 5-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild. Ovechkin reached another milestone as he collected his 1,100th career NHL point. Tom Wilson also scored two goals for the Capitals.

The Chicago Blackhawks suffered their eighth straight loss, falling 3-2 to the Anaheim Ducks. Goaltender John Gibson made 42 saves as his club overcame a 2-0 deficit with three unanswered goals.

Arizona Coyotes rookie Clayton Keller had a goal and three assists as the Arizona Coyotes dropped the Montreal Canadiens 5-2. Keller’s teammate Brendan Perlini scored two goals.

The Edmonton Oilers suffered their fifth consecutive defeat in a 4-1 loss to the Vegas Golden Knights (80 points), who extended their Western Conference lead over the Nashville Predators by three points.

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Goaltender Martin Jones made 43 saves while Brent Burns scored and set up another to give the San Jose Sharks a 4-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks.

SPORTSNET: The Toronto Maple Leafs traded forward Nikita Soshnikov to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2019.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Some Leafs fans were disappointed with the return for Soshnikov. Goes to show that a player’s actual value in the trade market usually isn’t as high as fans believe. 

TSN: Florida Panthers winger Radim Vrbata last month submitted a 10-team list of acceptable trade destinations as requested by management. 

SPECTOR’S NOTE: TSN’s Pierre LeBrun expects a limited market for the 36-year-old Vrbata, who has just 13 points in 36 games with the Panthers this season. 

STLTODAY.COM: The St. Louis Blues activated forward Zach Sanford (shoulder surgery) off injured reserve and sent him to their AHL affiliate for conditioning. 

 






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NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – February 15, 2018

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Game recaps, three players fined, injury updates and more in your NHL morning coffee headlines.

Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen made 54 saves in a 6-3 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets (Photo via NHL Images).

  Stitched Jersey All Star White 2015 Lebron Basketball Cavaliers James 23: Frederik Andersen made a career-high 54 saves while Nazem Kadri had a five-point performance (three goals, two assists) as the Toronto Maple Leafs downed the Columbus Blue Jackets 6-3. Nick Foligno had a goal and two assists for the Jackets (62 points), who remain one point out of a wild-card berth in the Eastern Conference. The Leafs, meanwhile, moved within four points of the Tampa Bay Lightning for first place in the conference. Toronto defenseman Jake Gardiner left the game with some sort of lower-body spasm.

Colorado Avalanche goaltender Semyon Varlamov turned in a 44-save shutout performance as his club blanked the Montreal Canadiens 2-0. Carl Soderberg and Alexander Kerfoot were the goal scorers.

Nick Bjugstad had a goal and an assist and James Reimer turned aside 34 shots as the Florida Panthers edged the Vancouver Canucks 4-3. Canucks center Bo Horvat factored in all of his club’s goals, scoring one and setting up the other two. Earlier in the day, the Panthers activated goaltender Roberto Luongo off injured reserve.

Speaking of the Canucks, they announced yesterday general manager Jim Benning was re-signed to a three-year contract extension.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: That news didn’t sit well with some Canucks fans, as Benning’s rebuilding efforts have yet to yield positive results. What’s clear, however, is his bosses intend to remain patient, especially considering the promising talent he’s acquired in recent years. Benning struck gold by drafting rising star Brock Boeser in 2015, traded for forwards Sven Baertschi and Markus Granlund and has a prospect pool headlined by Elias Pettersson and Thatcher Demko. If those players blossom as expected over the next three years, the Canucks’ future will be bright. 

FANRAG SPORTS NETWORK: Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien was fined $5,000.00 by the NHL’s department of player safety for slashing Washington’s Jay Beagle. Capitals defenseman Madison Bowey was fined over $1,890.00 for interference on Jets forward Matt Hendricks. Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Deryk Engelland was fined over $2,688.00 for cross-checking Chicago’s Brandon Saad.

EDMONTON JOURNAL: Oilers defenseman Andrej Sekera (facial injury) was placed on injured reserve. He suffered the injury last week against the Anaheim Ducks after being struck in the face by a puck. 

CHICAGO TRIBUNE: Blackhawks goaltender Jeff Glass was placed on waivers yesterday. 

NBC SPORTS: Several New York Islanders fans have started a GoFundMe page to raise money to voice their displeasure about Isles general manager Garth Snow. Their intent is to install a “Snow Must Go” billboard within a half mile of Barclays Center. 

PUCK DADDY: Seattle’s NHL expansion bid has Quebec City hockey fans wondering if their city will ever get a franchise. 

LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL: Vegas Golden Knights scout Mark Workman died yesterday from liver cancer. He was 47. 

SPECTOR’S NOTE: My condolences to Workman’s family and friends, as well as to the Golden Knights organization. 

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Game recaps, Senators ship Dion Phaneuf to Kings in multi-player deal, injury updates and more in your NHL morning coffee headlines.

Stitched Jersey All Star White 2015 Lebron Basketball Cavaliers James 23: The Pittsburgh Penguins 6-3 win over the Ottawa Senators was overshadowed by the news of the Senators pulling defenseman Dion Phaneuf from the game during the second period and announcing he’d been dealt to the Los Angeles Kings. The Sens shipped Phaneuf and forward Nate Thompson to the Kings in exchange for forwards Marian Gaborik and Nick Shore. The Senators also retained 25% of Phaneuf’s $7.5-million annual cap hit over the three-plus years remaining on his contract.

The Ottawa Senators traded Dion Phaneuf to the Los Angeles Kings in a multi-player deal (Photo via NHL Images).

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Two years after being traded to Ottawa, Phaneuf is on the move again. Even with taking on Gaborik’s $4.875-million annual cap hit, the deal saves the Senators $5.5 million in actual salary between now and when Phaneuf’s contract expires in 2021. Those savings could be put toward re-signing captain Erik Karlsson. That’s likely the only thing making this deal worthwhile for the Sens, as the oft-injured 36-year-old Gaborik’s best seasons are well behind him. This move might not be the last before the deadline for the Senators.

The Kings, meanwhile, shed the contract of a fading forward in Gaborik and receive a player who can contribute more to their lineup. Phaneuf will provide another measure of veteran depth to the Kings’ blueline as they jockey for a playoff spot in the Western Conference. 

Speaking of the Kings, they were thumped by the Carolina Hurricanes 7-3. Carolina defenseman Justin Faulk tallied his first career hat trick. They also announced earlier in the day that forward Trevor Lewis was placed on injured reserve retroactive to Feb. 9. 

Patrice Bergeron and Riley Nash each scored twice to lead the Boston Bruins to a 5-2 victory over the Calgary Flames. Earlier in the day, the Flames learned starting goaltender Mike Smith is listed as day-to-day with a lower-body injury.

The Buffalo Sabres upset the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-3, narrowing the Lightning’s lead over the Bruins in the Eastern Conference to one point. Sabres center Ryan O’Reilly had a three-point game and teammate Sam Reinhart scored two goals.

The Columbus Blue Jackets peppered New York Islanders goaltender Jaroslav Halak with 51 shots on route to a 4-1 victory. Zach Werenski collected three assists for the Jackets.

A shootout goal by Drew Stafford lifted the New Jersey Devils to a 5-4 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers to snap a four-game losing skid. Taylor Hall had two goals as the Devils overcame a two-goal deficit to tie the game. Earlier in the day, the Flyers announced goaltender Brian Elliott underwent core muscle surgery and will miss the next five-to-six weeks. 

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A penalty shot goal in overtime by Filip Forsberg gave the Nashville Predators a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues. Austin Watson also netted two goals for the Predators.

Three first-period goals were enough for the Minnesota Wild to hold off the New York Rangers 3-2. Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk made 32 saves. 

Tyler Myers scored in overtime as the Winnipeg Jets nipped the Washington Capitals 4-3. Mark Scheifele scored twice, including the game-tying goal, for the Jets. 

A four-goal third-period outburst by the Vegas Golden Knights lifted them to a 5-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks, handing the latter their seventh straight defeat. 

Alex Goligoski’s second-period goal held up as the winner to give the Arizona Coyotes a 2-1 win over the San Jose Sharks. Coyotes goalie Scott Wedgewood made 28 saves but left the game early in the third period with an upper-body injury following a collision with Sharks forward Timo Meier. 

Vancouver Canucks forward Markus Granlund underwent ankle surgery and will miss the next seven-eight weeks. 

MONTREAL GAZETTE: The Canadiens re-signed goaltender Charlie LIndgren to a three-year, $2.25- million contract. 

SEATTLE TIMES: “A group led by billionaire David Bonderman and Hollywood producer Jerry Bruckheimer on Tuesday filed an application for an NHL expansion team to play at a revamped KeyArena.”

SPECTOR’S NOTE: One step closer, Seattle hockey fans….

 











NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – February 13, 2018

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Games recaps, stars of the week, injury updates and more in your NHL morning coffee headlines. 

Stitched Jersey All Star White 2015 Lebron Basketball Cavaliers James 23: Three-point performances from William Nylander (two goals, one assist) and Auston Matthews (three assists) carried the Toronto Maple Leafs to their fourth straight win by downing the league-leading Tampa Bay Lightning 4-3. Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov reach the 30-goal mark for the third consecutive season. 

Vincent Trocheck’s hat trick carried the Florida Panthers to a 7-5 win over the Edmonton Oilers (Photo via NHL Images).

Vincent Trocheck’s third-period hat trick powered the Florida Panthers to a 7-5 win over the Edmonton Oilers. Evgenii Dadonov also scored twice for the surging Panthers, who’ve won for the fifth time in six games. Earlier in the day, the Panthers announced the re-signing of winger Colton Sceviour to a three-year, $3.6-million contract extension

Antti Raanta made 37 saves while Clayton Keller had a goal and an assist as the Arizona Coyotes thumped the Chicago Blackhawks 6-1, handing the latter their sixth straight defeat. Sidelined Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford (head injury) joined his teammates on Monday for their morning skate, but the Chicago Sun-TimesMark Lazerus believes the club should shut him down for the season. 

SPECTOR’S NOTE: It doesn’t sound as though Crawford is close to returning to the lineup. The fading Blackhawks are in last place in the Central Division and sit 10 points out of a playoff berth. Rushing back Crawford won’t save the season. Of course, if he’s fully recovered and itching to return to action the Hawks won’t stop him, but his return likely won’t vault Chicago back into playoff contention. 

Philadelphia Flyers center Claude Giroux, Calgary Flames left wing Johnny Gaudreau and Minnesota Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk are the NHL’s three stars for the week ending Feb. 11, 2018. 

NJ.COM: The New Jersey Devils placed goaltender Cory Schneider (groin) on injured reserve retroactive to Jan. 23. Schneider is expected to resume skating sometime next week. 

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Dropping seven of their last 10 games, the Devils are clinging to one of the two wild-card berths in the Eastern Conference. With their starting goalie still sidelined they’ll have a tough time snapping out of their skid. 

CALGARY SUN: The Flames are still awaiting word as to the severity of the lower-body injury suffered Sunday by starting goalie Mike Smith. 

CBS SPORTS: New York Rangers defenseman Steve Kampfer will missed four-to-six weeks with a fractured hand. 

THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER: The Anaheim Ducks placed center Dennis Rasmussen on unconditional waivers for the purpose of buying out his contract. 

 











NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – February 12, 2018

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Game recaps, Sidney Crosby reaches a scoring milestone, Jack Eichel sidelined and more in your NHL morning coffee headlines. 

Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby tallied his 400th career goal during a 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues (Photo via NHL Images).

  Soul Minnesota Red Women's Vikings Heart amp; Hoodie Pullover: Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby picked up his 400th career NHL goal as he led his club to a 4-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues. Crosby, who tallied twice, became the 95th player in league history to reach that milestone. 

SPECTOR’S NOTE: It’s a significant achievement by Crosby, but he’s got a long way to go to crack the top-50 all-time goal scorers. Indeed, very few active players rank among the all-time scoring leaders. 

After missing three games with concussion symptoms, New York Rangers winger Jimmy Vesey returned to action and scored the game-winning goal in a 3-1 win over the Winnipeg Jets. Earlier in the day, the Rangers announced backup goalie Ondrej Pavelec (strained MCL) will miss two to three weeksJersey 63 Stitched Bruins Veterans Hockey Camo Marchand Women's Day 2017 Brad Authentic

Tomas Tatar scored twice, including the winner in overtime, as the Detroit Red Wings edged the Washington Capitals 5-4. The Wings blew a 4-1 lead in the third period as the Capitals stormed back on goals by Brett Connolly, Dmitry Orlov and Nicklas Backstrom to force the extra frame. 

Jacob Markstrom made 30 saves and Reid Boucher scored twice as the Vancouver Canucks shut out the Dallas Stars 6-0. Canucks forward Jake Virtanen scored and added an assist. 

Colin Wilson had a goal and an assist as the Colorado Avalanche held off the Buffalo Sabres 5-4. Ryan O’Reilly scored and set up two others for the Sabres, who announced earlier in the day that center Jack Eichel is sidelined indefinitely by a high-ankle sprain. 

SPECTOR’S NOTE: It’s been a horrible season for the Sabres. Losing their best player indefinitely is the cherry on the shit sundae. 

Two shorthanded goals and a power-play tally gave the Boston Bruins a 5-3 win over the struggling New Jersey Devils, who’ve dropped four in a row. Bruins blueliner Torey Krug scored one of the shorthanded tallies and potting the goal with the man advantage. 

Matthew Tkachuk scored two third-period goals as the Calgary Flames nipped the New York Islanders 3-2. Their win, however, was overshadowed by a groin injuryStitched Realtree Yankees Women's Base Baseball 68 Dellin Collection Camo Betances Jersey Cool suffered by goaltender Mike Smith in the dying seconds of the game. 

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Smith was writhing in pain and had to be helped from the ice. No word yet on how long he could be sidelined but it doesn’t look good. 

A three-point performance by Sean Couturier powered the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-1 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights, giving the Flyers their fourth consecutive win. Backup Michal Neuvirth made 38 saves for Philadelphia. 

Shootout goals by Joe Pavelski and Logan Couture gave the San Jose Sharks a 3-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks. Couture also had a goal and an assist during regulation play. 

Los Angeles Kings winger Dustin Brown received a one-game suspension for kneeing Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Mikhail Sergachev on Saturday. 

 











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