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    NHL - Risultati 26 Ottobre

    Islanders 4, Flames 0
    NEW YORK -- Goalie Jaroslav Halak recorded 29 saves in his second shutout of the season, and the New York Islanders remained red hot Monday night with a 4-0 win over the Calgary Flames at Barclays Center.
    Mikhail Grabovski scored in the second period, and Frans Nielsen, Cal Clutterbuck and Kyle Okposo scored in the third for the Islanders, who won their second straight and improved to 6-1-0 in their past seven.
    The Flames lost for the second time in as many nights in New York. Calgary fell to the New York Rangers 4-1 at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
    Calgary goalie Joni Ortio made 31 saves in his first start of the season.


    Coyotes 4, Maple Leafs 3
    TORONTO -- Rookie Max Domi scored a goal to help beat his father's old team as Arizona edged Toronto.
    Domi, selected 12th overall by the Coyotes in the 2013 draft, has 10 points in his first season. His father, Tie Domi, was drafted by the Maple Leafs and played more than 10 seasons in Toronto.
    The Coyotes earned their second victory in a row, with goalie Mike Smith making 24 saves. They built a 4-1 lead early in the third period, then hung on to improve to 4-1-1 on the road.


    Blackhawks 1, Ducks 0 (OT)
    CHICAGO -- Jonathan Toews scored 51 seconds into overtime, lifting Chicago to a win over Anaheim.
    Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford stopped all 39 shots he faced to post his second consecutive shutout. Toews scored the game-winner in the first minute of overtime for the second straight game.
    Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen turned aside 23 of 24 shots. Anaheim was blanked for the second consecutive game and the fifth time in eight games this season. The Ducks were shut out four times all of last season

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    Preview: Arizona at Boston
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 27, 2015
    Where: TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
    The Arizona Coyotes look to conclude their five-game road trip with a third straight victory when they visit the Boston Bruins on Tuesday. Arizona began its trek with setbacks against New Jersey and the New York Rangers that extended its overall losing streak to four games (0-3-1) after opening the season with three consecutive victories.
    The Coyotes turned things around north of the border, however, posting triumphs in Ottawa on Saturday and Toronto two nights later. Boston will be attempting to extend its points streak to five games and complete a sweep of the two-game season series against Arizona. The Bruins, who kicked off the campaign with three straight losses at home, improved to 3-0-1 in their last four overall with a 5-3 road victory over the New York Islanders on Friday. Boston skated to an identical triumph at Arizona on Oct. 17, when Patrice Bergeron scored a pair of power-play goals in the third period after the Coyotes had rallied from a 3-1 deficit earlier in the session.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, FSN Arizona, NESN (Boston)
    ABOUT THE COYOTES (5-3-1): Tyler Gaudet's season debut Monday was not an impressive one. A day after being recalled from Springfield of the American Hockey League, the 22-year-old center failed to record a point and lost four of his six faceoffs while posting a minus-2 rating in 14:22 of ice time. Martin Hanzal notched an assist on rookie Max Domi's power-play goal, keeping both players tied for the team lead with 10 points.
    ABOUT THE BRUINS (3-3-1): Matt Beleskey proclaimed to feeling the best he has since suffering an upper-body injury last week and hopes to be in the lineup against Arizona. "It's no fun watching your own team play," he told the Bruins' website. "You always want to be out there. So I'm working hard to be back in the lineup." David Krejci looks to continue his season-opening tear, as he has recorded at least one point in each of Boston's seven games and has posted a pair of three-point performances, including one in the first meeting with the Coyotes.
    OVERTIME
    1. All four of Bergeron's goals this season have come on the power play.
    2. Hanzal has yet to score in 2015-16, as all 10 of his points have been assists.
    3. Boston, which is 3-0-0 away from home, follows Tuesday's contest with five of its next six on the road.


    Preview: Columbus at New Jersey
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 27, 2015
    Where: Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey
    The Columbus Blue Jackets can look to Tuesday's opponent for motivation of how a team can turn its fortunes around following a winless start to the season. After tasting victory for the first time in their eighth contest, the Blue Jackets attempt to begin a winning streak when they visit the red-hot New Jersey Devils.
    New Jersey rebounded fro a four-game skid (0-3-1) to start the season by winning four straight one-goal decisions, with the first three venturing past regulation. "We're in a lot of tight, tight, close games and (Saturday) was another one of those," coach John Hynes said after the Devils posted a 4-3 win over Buffalo. "It doesn't matter if it's overtime or regulation, as long as we find a way to win." While New Jersey is heating up, Columbus is looking to build off a 4-3 victory over Colorado on Saturday that ended its franchise-worst start to a season. Brandon Dubinsky scored the go-ahead goal in the third period versus the Avalanche and has five tallies and seven assists in his last seven meetings with the Devils.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, FSN Ohio (Columbus), MSG-Plus (New Jersey)
    ABOUT THE BLUE JACKETS (1-8-0): Ryan Johansen will miss his second straight contest on Tuesday as he addresses an illness that has sapped his strength, but reportedly is not related to the accelerated heart rate that hospitalized him at least once this summer. "It's nothing with his heart," Johansen's agent Kurt Overhardt told the Columbus Dispatch on Monday. "He's just not feeling well, and we're trying to figure out why." Former Vezina Trophy winner Sergei Bobrovsky is feeling better after stopping 31 shots versus Colorado.
    ABOUT THE DEVILS (4-3-1): Adam Henrique scored two goals and set up another against the Sabres and has five tallies and three assists in his last five contests. Michael Cammalleri is riding high on a four-game point streak (two goals, six assists) and had two tallies in a 3-2 overtime loss to Columbus on March 31. Cory Schneider lost that contest, but owns a sterling 9-3-2 career mark versus the Blue Jackets with a 2.04 goals-against average.
    OVERTIME
    1. New Jersey veteran LW Tuomo Ruutu is expected to miss four-to-six weeks with a fracture in his right foot.
    2. Columbus has scored at least one power-play goal in seven of its nine contests.
    3. The Devils last won five in a row on Feb. 3-10, 2013.


    Preview: Buffalo at Philadelphia
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 27, 2015
    Where: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Dave Hakstol knows rookie Jack Eichel all too well - after all, the latter ended his collegiate coaching career by scoring two goals and setting up another to lead Boston University to a 5-3 win over North Dakota in the Frozen Four. Now the coach of the Flyers, Hakstol looks to lead his team to a third straight victory on Tuesday when the 18-year-old Eichel and the Buffalo Sabres pay a visit to the Wells Fargo Center.
    "He's very dynamic with the puck," Hakstol told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "With the puck, he plays faster than he does without the puck. He's got tremendous acceleration to his game." The second overall pick of the draft, Eichel pulled into a share of the team lead with his third goal of the season in Saturday's 4-3 setback to red-hot New Jersey. Philadelphia posted a 3-2 shootout win over the New York Rangers on Saturday, but saw a scary situation unfold as top-line forward Michael Raffl collapsed on the bench. The Austrian admitted to feeling "fine now" and expects to play versus Buffalo after participating in practice on Monday.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, TVA (Buffalo), CSN Philadelphia
    ABOUT THE SABRES (2-6-0): Evander Kane is expected to be sidelined four-to-six weeks with an MCL injury in his left knee, coach Dan Bylsma told reporters on Monday. Nicolas Deslauriers replaced Kane on a line with Tyler Ennis and Ryan O'Reilly during practice. "Going into the last game, actually, we went into the game with the idea and plan that we'd use (Deslauriers) more there in bits and pieces of the game," Bylsma said. "He got a few more shifts with them. He skates well, he's a big body, he's a forechecker, he's a worker.
    ABOUT THE FLYERS (4-2-1): After scoring in overtime in a 5-4 triumph over Boston on Wednesday, Claude Giroux netted the eventual winner in the shootout against the Rangers. The captain has tormented Buffalo in his career, recording nearly a point per contest (four goals, 19 assists in 24 meetings). Steve Mason has rebounded well in his return from a personal family issue, stopping 83-of-89 shots to win two of three contests.
    OVERTIME
    1. Former Flyer and Sabre C Daniel Briere will be honored prior to the contest. Briere played prominent roles with both clubs before announcing his retirement in August.
    2. Buffalo ranks 27th overall in both goals scored (1.88 per game) and allowed (3.25).
    3. Philadelphia RW Wayne Simmonds has recorded one goal and three assists on his four-game point streak.


    Preview: Carolina at Detroit
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Tuesday, October 27, 2015
    Where: Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan
    After barely averting a winless four-game road trip through Canada and stopping a four-game slide, the Detroit Red Wings return home to host the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night in the third matchup between the teams this season. Although the teams have split the previous two meetings, the Hurricanes have outplayed Detroit by a wide margin.
    The Red Wings scored three third-period goals to post a 4-3 win at Carolina on Oct. 10 despite getting outshot 47-19 but the Hurricanes avenged that defeat in Detroit six days later, jumping to a 3-0 lead en route to a 5-3 victory. Carolina enjoyed a 36-20 edge in shots in the opening of a seven-game road trip that will conclude at the New York Islanders on Thursday. "We got out-competed for two games against Carolina, so we better come out and be ready to compete," Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said. The Hurricanes are coming off back-to-back losses at Los Angeles and San Jose to fall to 2-3-0 on their lengthy trek.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, FSN Carolina, FSN-Plus Detroit
    ABOUT THE HURRICANES (2-6-0): Since the five-goal eruption in Detroit, Carolina has produced only four goals during a 1-3-0 stretch, with its only victory coming via a 1-0 shutout at Colorado. "We need to get some confidence going and start scoring some goals," Hurricanes forward Kris Versteeg said. "I think we're getting shots on net but we need a little more traffic." Contributing to the offensive malaise is a struggle power play that ranking 27th in the league, converting on only 3-of-32 chances with the extra skater
    ABOUT THE RED WINGS (4-3-1): Detroit will be short-handed with Mike Green expected to miss two to three weeks with an upper-body injury and fellow blue-liner Kyle Quincey sidelined at least through the weekend due to a concussion. Two-way standout Pavel Datsyuk, rehabbing from surgery to repair a ruptured tendon in his right ankle, was at practice Monday and remains on course to return in mid-November. "Feels better than when I started skating, but it's hard to keep good pace," Datsyuk said. "I feel more confident, but it's not close yet."
    OVERTIME
    1. Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg has 11 goals and 20 points in 15 games versus Carolina.
    2. Hurricanes G Cam Ward is 3-7-1 lifetime versus the Red Wings and has surrendered seven goals on 39 shots to them this month.
    3. Red Wings F Teemu Pulkkinen has three goals in the two games versus the Hurricanes this season.


    Preview: Colorado at Florida
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Tuesday, October 27, 2015
    Where: BB&T Center, Sunrise, Florida
    The Colorado Avalanche look to avoid a fourth straight loss when they begin a three-game road trip against the Florida Panthers on Tuesday. Colorado has produced nine goals in its last five contests after opening the season by scoring 10 times in its first two games and is averaging fewer than 26 shots, which ranks near the bottom of the NHL.
    The Avalanche let a third-period lead get away in a 4-3 loss to previously winless Columbus on Saturday. “It’s just a matter right now to manage our game a little bit better,” Colorado coach Patrick Roy told reporters. “And I think that could make a big difference between losing and winning. Because we’re doing a lot of good things out there.” Florida snapped a three-game slide with a solid 6-2 victory at Dallas on Saturday and plays the next three on home ice, where it is 2-1-0. Talented center Aleksander Barkov missed the last game and reportedly is out 2-4 weeks with a right hand injury.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, Altitude (Colorado), FSN Florida
    ABOUT THE AVALANCHE (2-4-1): Colorado scored four times on the power play in its first two contests but has capitalized on just 3-of-22 opportunities since and is 1-of-10 in the last two games. Nathan MacKinnon leads the team with seven points and veteran Jarome Iginla, who on Tuesday is expected to become the 35th player in NHL history to play his 1,400th career game, has recorded three goals and two assists. Defenseman Tyson Barrie is eligible to return after serving a three-game suspension for an illegal hit.
    ABOUT THE PANTHERS (4-3-1): Nick Bjugstad took Barkov’s spot on the top line between Jaromir Jagr and Jonathan Huberdeau on Saturday, and the trio clicked for six points. The 43-year-old Jagr has scored 728 career goals – three behind Marcel Dionne for third place on the all-time list – and leads the team with six tallies and 10 points. Roberto Luongo likely will return to the crease after Al Montoya improved to 2-0-0 on Saturday - leading coach Gerard Gallant to tell reporters, “From Day 1, we haven’t had a bad game in goal.”
    OVERTIME
    1. Luongo is tied with Grant Fuhr for ninth in NHL history with 403 wins and needs 4:04 of ice time to reach 50,000 minutes in his career.
    2. Colorado captain Gabriel Landeskog has gone four contests without a point after recording six in the first three games of the campaign.
    3. The teams split their two meetings last season, with each winning on the road.

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    Preview: Tampa Bay at St. Louis
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 27, 2015
    Where: Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Missouri
    The Tampa Bay Lightning look to wrap up their difficult four-game road trip without a regulation loss when they visit the injury-plagued St. Louis Blues on Tuesday. The Lightning have gained points in five of their six road contests (3-1-2) to start the campaign, including a 1-0 overtime defeat against the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday.
    Ben Bishop is expected to be back in net after sitting out for the first time this season against Chicago as Kristers Gudlevskis made 31 saves. Tampa Bay attempts to turn the tables on the Blues, who took both meetings in 2014-15 and have won five of the last six overall. St. Louis could get forwards Robby Fabbri (concussion) and Scottie Upshall (illness) back in the lineup but will be without Paul Stastny (broken foot) and Jaden Schwartz (fractured ankle) indefinitely. Vladimir Tarasenko, who scored twice against the Lightning last season, is off to another strong start for the Blues with five goals and nine points.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, NBCSN, RSN
    ABOUT THE LIGHTNING (5-2-2): Victor Hedman is among the league leaders for defensemen in points (nine), assists (nine) and plus-minus rating (plus-7) in his first eight games. Captain Steven Stamkos (five goals, two assists) has prospered on a newly constructed line with 20-year-old Jonathan Drouin (six points) and Ryan Callahan (three goals) in the early going. Tyler Johnson, who scored 29 goals a season ago, still is looking for his first of 2015-16 despite leading the team with 24 shots and recording five assists.
    ABOUT THE BLUES (5-2-1): Alex Steen (eight points), Jori Lehtera (seven) and newcomer Troy Brouwer (six) all have contributed but must provide more with Stastny, Schwartz and Patrik Berglund (shoulder) on the shelf. St. Louis recalled Ty Rattie from Chicago of the American Hockey League and it could be the right wing’s best chance to earn a spot. Defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk (groin) is closing in on a return after missing five games while rookie blue-liner Colton Parayko (five points, plus-5 rating) has shined in a bigger role.
    OVERTIME
    1. St. Louis' Jake Allen is expected to get the start after fellow G Brian Elliott, who beat the Lightning twice last season, missed Monday's practice with an illness.
    2. Tampa Bay C Brian Boyle missed the last two games with an undisclosed injury but practiced Monday in hopes of a return.
    3. The Blues have cashed in on just one of their 18 power-play opportunities over the last four contests.


    Preview: Edmonton at Minnesota
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 27, 2015
    Where: Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, Minnesota
    Connor McDavid has been as good as advertised since the Edmonton Oilers selected the 18-year-old with the top overall pick of the 2015 draft. With four goals and as many assists during his five-game point streak, McDavid will look to snap the Oilers' two-game skid when they visit the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday.
    "He's dangerous every time he's on the ice," Edmonton coach Todd McLellan told reporters on the heels of McDavid notching an assist in his team's 3-2 setback to Los Angeles on Sunday. "I think he's getting much wiser to the pace and what he can and can't get away with. It's fun to watch him. He energizes a lot of our players right now." Justin Fontaine has been energized of late, setting up a goal in Minnesota's 3-0 victory over Anaheim on Saturday before scoring one in a 5-4 setback to Winnipeg the following night. Fontaine recorded two goals and an assist as the Wild took two of three from the Oilers last season.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, RSNO (Edmonton), FSN North (Minnesota)
    ABOUT THE OILERS (3-6-0): Defenseman Justin Schultz was absent from Monday's practice after sustaining an undisclosed injury against the Kings. "He's an important piece now and for our potential success going forward," McLellan told the team's website of Schultz, who is listed as day-to-day. "We'd like to see him healthy soon and back as quickly as possible." Speaking of blue-liners, Edmonton recalled Darnell Nurse from Bakersfield of the American Hockey League and placed fellow defenseman Griffin Reinhart (undisclosed) on injured reserve.
    ABOUT THE WILD (5-2-1): Vezina Trophy finalist and former Oiler Devan Dubnyk told reporters that he is nursing a sore knee, but has been informed that he is able to play without worsening the injury. "I'm told that I'm not supposed to be worried about it," coach Mike Yeo told the Minneapolis Star Tribune. "I talked with him earlier, and he said he's feeling it a little bit but it shouldn't be a problem, and I've been assured it shouldn't be a problem." Dubnyk relieved Darcy Kuemper after the latter yielded four goals in a little over a period in the loss to the Jets.
    OVERTIME
    1. Edmonton G Cam Talbot has split a pair of career decisions versus Minnesota despite stopping 48-of-51 shots.
    2. Wild LW Zach Parise has a team-high seven goals in 2015-16, but did not tally in any of the three meetings with the Oilers last season.
    3. The road team has won each of the last five games in the series.


    Preview: Los Angeles at Winnipeg
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 27, 2015
    Where: MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Jonathan Quick is back to resembling one of the top goaltenders in the world, and consequently the Los Angeles Kings look like a Western Conference powerhouse again. Quick has surrendered just four goals in his last four games and the Kings go after their sixth straight win Tuesday against the host Winnipeg Jets -- following a 0-3-0 start to the season.
    Quick earned NHL third-star of the week honors Monday, one day after recording 26 saves and stopping Connor McDavid’s last-second shot in Los Angeles’ 3-2 victory at Edmonton. The Kings allowed 12 goals in their opening three losses but have suffocated opposing offenses since, giving up five during their winning streak. The Jets begin a week which will serve as an early-season barometer with home contests against the past two Stanley Cup champions (Los Angeles and Chicago), following Sunday’s 5-4 victory over Minnesota. Drew Stafford scored twice, giving him four in three games, as the Jets snapped a two-game losing streak by beating the Wild.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, FSN West (Los Angeles), TSN3 (Winnipeg)
    ABOUT THE KINGS (5-3-0): Los Angeles’ offense also stumbled out of the gate, but after scoring two goals in their opening 180 minutes of the season, the Kings have trailed for a grand total of 82 seconds in the past five contests. Tyler Toffoli’s four-game goal streak ended Sunday, but Milan Lucic has four points in the past three games. Quick, who stopped only 68 of 79 shots through three games, has a .966 save percentage since, making 40 saves Friday in a shutout victory over Carolina.
    ABOUT THE JETS (5-2-1): Stafford scored twice in a 3:43 span Sunday, giving the forward five goals in eight games – and 14 in 34 games since Winnipeg acquired him from Buffalo in the Evander Kane deal last February. Rookie forward Nikolaj Ehlers scored his third goal in the past five games Sunday while Blake Wheeler extended his point streak to a franchise record to open a season (eight) with two assists, and boasts six points in the past four contests. The Jets were fifth in the league on the power play (24 percent) through Sunday, but have converted just two of their past 13 chances.
    OVERTIME
    1. Jets F Alexander Burmistrov was fined $4,166.67 Monday by the NHL for elbowing Minnesota D Jared Spurgeon in the second period Sunday.
    2. The win streak has vaulted the Kings into a first-place tie with San Jose in the Pacific Division and Los Angeles is 2-0-0 on the road, one of five unbeaten teams away from home (Montreal, Washington, Boston, Vancouver).
    3. Los Angeles C Anze Kopitar scored his 221st career goal Sunday, moving within one of Charlie Simmer for seventh on the Kings’ all-time list.


    Preview: Anaheim at Dallas
    When: 8:30 PM ET, Tuesday, October 27, 2015
    Where: American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
    The offensively challenged Anaheim Ducks attempt to break out of their season-long funk when they continue their five-game road trip against the Dallas Stars on Tuesday. Anaheim has totaled one goal in losing the first three contests on its trek and was blanked for the second straight game Monday, when it dropped a 1-0 overtime decision in Chicago.
    The Ducks have been shut out five times in their first eight games and have scored more than one goal just once. Dallas looks to bounce back from a 6-2 loss to Florida on Saturday in the opener of its four-game homestand. The setback ended the Stars' five-game winning streak during which they allowed more than two goals on only one occasion. Anaheim won both of its visits to Dallas last season while losing its lone home contest in the three-game series.
    TV: 8:30 p.m. ET, Prime Ticket, FSN San Diego (Anaheim), FSN Southwest (Dallas)
    ABOUT THE DUCKS (1-5-2): Anaheim, which was shut out only four times last season, has scored a total of six goals in its eight games — four of which came in its lone victory. Captain Ryan Getzlaf and five-time 30-goal scorer Corey Perry have yet to tally, recording just one assist apiece. Andrew Cogliano, who has appeared in 630 consecutive games since making his NHL debut Oct. 4, 2007, on Tuesday will surpass Andy Hebenton (1955-64) for the second-longest streak to begin a career.
    ABOUT THE STARS (6-2-0): Dallas' dynamic duo of captain Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin has been a big reason for the club's fast start. Benn, the reigning Art Ross Trophy winner, has recorded a league-leading eight goals and four assists despite undergoing hip surgery during the offseason, while Seguin has netted four tallies and set up eight others. The pair is tied with Boston's David Krejci and Chicago's Patrick Kane with an NHL-high 12 points, while Benn is even with Patrice Bergeron of the Bruins with a league-best four power-play goals.
    OVERTIME
    1. Anaheim enters Tuesday with a goalless drought of 128 minutes, 36 seconds.
    2. Dallas D Jason Demers will finish serving his two-game suspension for elbowing Pittsburgh's Nick Bonino.
    3. Ducks C Chris Wagner, who was recalled from San Diego of the American Hockey League earlier in the day, was in the lineup Monday but was kept off the scoresheet for the 11th time in as many NHL games.


    Preview: Montreal at Vancouver
    When: 10:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 27, 2015
    Where: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia
    The Montreal Canadiens can match the best start in league history when they go for their 10th consecutive victory at the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday night in the opener of a three-game road trip. Montreal has won each of its first nine games in regulation and can join the Toronto Maple Leafs (1993-94) and Buffalo Sabres (2006-07) by opening the season with 10 straight victories.
    "Our goal is not to break records, it's to win a Stanley Cup," Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban said. "I think we'll save the champagne or whatever anyone expects us to do for another day." Montreal has trailed for less than three minutes for the entire season and allowed more than two goals for the first time in Saturday's 5-3 victory over Toronto. The Canadiens will be facing a desperate opponent in the Canucks, who are 0-2-2 entering the finale of a five-game road trip. "It's not fun when you have a homestand like this," Vancouver center Brandon Sutter said.
    TV: 10 p.m. ET, RDS (Montreal), RSN (Vancouver)
    ABOUT THE CANADIENS (9-0-0): Montreal netminder Carey Price, the reigning Hart and Vezina Trophy winner, improved to 7-0-0 despite facing a 52-shot barrage from Toronto, which coach Michel Therrien said is a sign of things to come. "We have to be aware of something: From now on, we are going to see the best from every hockey team," Therrien said. "That's a huge challenge mentally to be at the top at this time of the year." Price, who has surrendered a total of nine goals in his seven starts, owns a 6-1-2 record with a 2.19 goals-against average versus Vancouver.
    ABOUT THE CANUCKS (3-2-3): Forward Brandon Prust, who spent the past three seasons with the Canadiens prior to being traded to Vancouver in the offseason, is well aware of the challenge awaiting his club. “It’s a good squad over there, from the back all the way up. They’re off to a good start and we’re going to try and ruin it for them (Tuesday) night,” Prust said. “Playing a team that is 9-0-0, we’ve got a lot to prove.” Oddly enough, the Canucks are a perfect 3-0-0 on the road but have yet to win in five home games (0-2-3), losing each by one goal.
    OVERTIME
    1. Captain Max Pacioretty has a team-high seven goals and 11 points for the Canadiens, who feature four players with at least 10 points.
    2. Canucks G Ryan Miller is 26-12-6 with a 2.33 GAA versus Montreal.
    3. The Canadiens are 6-for-14 on the power play over the past four games.

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    NHL - Risultati 27 Ottobre

    Canucks 5, Canadiens 1
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Rookie center Jared McCann scored two goals, and the Vancouver Canucks beat Montreal 5-1 Tuesday to snap the Canadiens' season-opening winning streak.
    Montreal (9-1-0) failed to tie the NHL record of 10 wins to begin a season, a mark shared by the 1993-94 Toronto Maple Leafs and 2006-07 Buffalo Sabres.
    Right winger Derek Dorsett had a goal and an assist for Vancouver, which ended a four-game losing skid and improved to 4-2-3. Right winger Radim Vrbata, on the power play, and defenseman Luca Sbisa also scored for the Canucks, who won at home for the first time this season after five losses.
    Left winger Brandon Prust, playing his first game against his old team, had two assists for Vancouver but left the game late in the second period due to an ankle injury.
    Center Torrey Mitchell scored for the Canadiens.


    Sabres 4, Flyers 3 (OT)
    PHILADELPHIA -- For the first time in three seasons, Buffalo has won three or more games in October thanks to a thrilling overtime victory over Philadelphia at Wells Fargo Center.
    Zemgus Girgensons potted the game-winner in the 3-on-3 extra session on a breakaway.
    Tyler Ennis, Jamie McGinn and Jake McCabe also scored goals to lead the Sabres to their first road win of the season. The previous two seasons, Buffalo won just a pair of games in the first month of each. Brayden Schenn scored twice and Chris VandeVelde added one for Philadelphia.


    Bruins 6, Coyotes 0
    BOSTON -- Tuukka Rask pitched his first shutout of the season, leading Boston over Arizona.
    Rask, who surrendered 19 goals as the Bruins went 0-3-1 in their first four home games, had a relatively easy night in goal and Boston won its second straight.
    David Krejci had two goals and extended his points streak to all eight games. Jimmy Hayes, Joe Morrow, Brett Connolly and Brad Marchand also recorded goals for the Bruins.


    Blue Jackets 3, Devils 1
    NEWARK, N.J. -- Boone Jenner and Cam Atkinson scored 35 seconds apart midway through the third period to spark Columbus over New Jersey at the Prudential Center.
    Scott Hartnell added an unassisted goal for Columbus while Sergei Bobrovsky made 23 saves to help the Blue Jackets win consecutive games for the first time this season.
    Kyle Palmieri scored a power-play goal, and goaltender Cory Schneider made 11 saves in the losing effort.


    Hurricanes 3, Red Wings 1
    DETROIT -- Ron Hainsey's goal early in the third period broke a tie, and Carolina defeated Detroit at Joe Louis Arena.
    Victor Rask and Eric Staal also scored for Carolina. Cam Ward made 25 saves.
    Jakub Kindl scored for Detroit. Petr Mrazek stopped 18 shots.


    Panthers 4, Avalanche 1
    SUNRISE, Fla. -- Vincent Trocheck scored a pair of power-play goals, and Roberto Luongo earned his first shutout of the season as Florida beat Colorado at the BB&T Center.
    Trocheck, who also had an assist, now has four goals this season. Brian Campbell picked up a goal and a pair of assists and Reilly Smith had a goal and an assist.
    Gabriel Landeskog ruined Luongo's shutout bid with 59.7 seconds left in the game.


    Kings 4, Jets 1
    WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Milan Lucic scored with just 4:41 left in the third period to spark Los Angeles over Winnipeg.
    Jake Muzzin also scored while Tyler Toffoli and Trevor Lewis added empty netters for the Kings.
    Nikolaj Ehlers scored the lone goal for the Jets while Ondrej Pavelec made 28 saves for Winnipeg and Jonathan Quick had to block 24 shots for L.A.


    Wild 4, Oilers 3
    SAINT PAUL, Minn. -- Minnesota got two goals just 43 seconds apart, rallying to beat the Edmonton to remain perfect at home.
    Ryan Suter scored twice, and Charlie Coyle and Marco Scandella had a goal each for the Wild.
    Taylor Hall, Iiro Pakarinen and Darnell Nurse scored for Edmonton.


    Blues 2, Lightning 0
    ST. LOUIS -- Jake Allen stopped all 26 Tampa Bay shots to win a goalie battle with good friend and former minor league teammate Ben Bishop on Tuesday night as St. Louis topped Tampa Bay.
    Tampa Bay was shut out for the second time in as many games, with the result spoiling the homecoming of Bishop, a St. Louis native.
    Scott Gomez and Troy Brouwer scored the game's only goals.


    Stars 4, Ducks 3
    DALLAS -- Antoine Roussel scored off a rebound with 1:28 remaining as Dallas defeated Anaheim at American Airlines Center.
    Anaheim led 3-0 after one period before Dallas responded for three answered in the second to make it a 3-3 contest after 40 minutes before Roussel's winner in the third.
    Mike Santorelli, Shawn Horcoff, Carl Hagelin scored for Anaheim while Patrick Sharp, Cody Eakin and John Klingberg also scored for Dallas

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    Preview: Calgary at Ottawa
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Wednesday, October 28, 2015
    Where: Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa, Ontario
    Two teams seeking salvation face off Wednesday when the Calgary Flames visit Canada's capital to take on the Ottawa Senators. Calgary is wrapping up a three-game road trip that began with losses to the New York Islanders and Rangers
    The Flames totaled one goal in those setbacks and have dropped six of their last seven contests overall, netting more than two tallies just once in those defeats. Ottawa looks to halt a four-game slide (0-2-2) that includes the first three contests of its four-game homestand. The Senators have scored a total of eight goals during their skid after tallying seven times in a victory at Columbus on Oct. 14. Calgary and Ottawa split their two-game series last season, with each club winning at home - and the Senators doing so in a shootout.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, RSN, TV
    ABOUT THE FLAMES (2-7-0): Calgary has struggled at both ends of the ice in the early going. It has scored fewer goals (16) than all but three other teams entering Tuesday and only Columbus (40) has surrendered more goals than the Flames (35). Jiri Hudler, David Jones and captain Mark Giordano have accounted for nine of Calgary's goals with three apiece.
    ABOUT THE SENATORS (3-3-2): Ottawa could be without Curtis Lazar, who did not participate in Tuesday's practice after suffering an upper-body injury in a loss to Arizona three days earlier. Max McCormick made his NHL debut against the Coyotes after being recalled from Binghamton of the American Hockey League on Friday. The 23-year-old right wing saw 13:32 of ice time on 16 shifts and recorded one shot on goal.
    OVERTIME
    1. Senators LW Mike Hoffman missed Saturday's contest with a lower-body injury and left Tuesday's practice early.
    2. Calgary LW Johnny Gaudreau has recorded only one goal thus far, but it was one of the team's two game-winners.
    3. Ottawa recalled LW Matt Puempel, who is likely to take Lazar's spot in the lineup.


    Preview: Pittsburgh at Washington
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Wednesday, October 28, 2015
    Where: Verizon Center, Washington, District Of Columbia
    A Russian is paving the way for the Washington Capitals of late, and his name isn't Alex Ovechkin. OK, Ovechkin is doing just fine, but Evgeny Kuznetsov has recorded nine points in his last three games heading into Washington's home contest versus the Metropolitan Division-rival Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday.
    Kuznetsov extended the Capitals' winning streak to five games in scintillating fashion, recording his first career hat trick - and adding two assists to boot - in a 7-4 triumph over Edmonton on Friday. The NHL's First Star of the Week dominated the team's three-game road trip but has notched only two assists in six career meetings with Pittsburgh. Speaking of Russians, Evgeni Malkin has tormented Washington in his career to the tune of 42 points (nine goals, 33 assists) in 29 contests. The 2012 Hart Trophy winner, who has a four-game assist streak versus the Capitals, set up both goals in Pittsburgh's 2-1 overtime victory over Nashville on Saturday.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, NBCSN
    ABOUT THE PENGUINS (4-4-0): Pittsburgh may see the return of oft-injured forward Beau Bennett in its bid to record a win for the fifth time in six contests. Bennett hopes to play in his 100th career game - and first since suffering an undisclosed ailment while celebrating a goal against Montreal on Oct. 13. “It's all up to the coaches now," Bennett told the team's website. "I've gone through the protocol of pushing and shoving, battling. My shot feels good. My hands feel good. I just have to see what happens (Wednesday)."
    ABOUT THE CAPITALS (6-1-0): Although Ovechkin saw his five-game goal-scoring streak come to an end, he added a pair of assists versus the Oilers to continue his scoring barrage. Ovechkin always ratchets up the intensity when he faces Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby and Co., netting 27 goals and setting up 19 others in 39 career meetings. Braden Holtby won three of the four encounters with Pittsburgh in 2014-15 after dropping his first four career meetings with the Penguins.
    OVERTIME
    1. Crosby has been held off the scoresheet in seven of his eight games this season.
    2. Washington leads the league with 4.1 goals per contest and is second in power-play efficiency (31.8 percent).
    3. Penguins D Kris Letang will play in his 500th career game on Wednesday.


    Preview: Nashville at San Jose
    When: 10:30 PM ET, Wednesday, October 28, 2015
    Where: SAP Center at San Jose, San Jose, California
    Joel Ward looks to build off his second career hat trick when the San Jose Sharks host his former team in the Nashville Predators on Wednesday. Ward, who played three seasons in Nashville, enjoyed his recent offensive outburst in a 5-2 victory over Carolina on Saturday to increase his team-leading goal (five) and point (eight) totals.
    "I've always believed in myself," Ward told the team's website. "I know I'm not the prettiest hockey player, but I've always believed in my abilities." While the Sharks snapped a three-game skid on Saturday, the Predators saw their three-game winning streak come to an end with a 2-1 overtime setback to Pittsburgh. James Neal scored his sixth goal during his five-game point streak in that contest and also tallied in Nashville's 5-1 rout of San Jose on Feb. 17. Unfortunately for the Predators, they failed to make a dent in either meeting at the SAP Center last season as they dropped a pair of 2-0 decisions to the Sharks.
    TV: 10:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN
    ABOUT THE PREDATORS (6-1-1): Nashville's bread and butter always has centered around its defense, and the team wasted little time getting potential restricted free agent Mattias Ekholm under wraps. The 25-year-old Swede signed a six-year, $22.5 million contract extension on Monday to join fellow blue-liners Ryan Ellis, Roman Josi and captain Shea Weber with deals spanning through the next several years. The last line of defense is netminder Pekka Rinne, who yielded just three goals but finished with a 1-2-0 record versus San Jose last season.
    ABOUT THE SHARKS (5-3-0): Tommy Wingels scored his first goal of the season on Saturday and recorded a tally and an assist in his last meeting with Nashville. San Jose could get healthier on Wednesday as rookie Joonas Donskoi (lower body) and Ben Smith (head) are in line to return after five- and three-game absences, respectively. "They got through another practice and both feel pretty good, but we'll have to wait until (Wednesday) morning," coach Peter DeBoer told CSNBayArea.com.
    OVERTIME
    1. San Jose has failed in its last 11 power-play opportunities and is 3-for-25 on the season.
    2. Nashville begins a four-game, nine-day road trip with the Country Music Association Awards being held at Bridgestone Arena.
    3. Sharks captain Joe Pavelski scored his second goal in four games on Saturday and has 11 tallies in 30 career meetings with the Predators.

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