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    posso dire la mia.....montreal....super portiere, diversi giocatori che sono partiti alla grande e squadra equilibrata e ormai abbastanza esperta per vincere. pittsburgh con anche kessel gli davo pi credito, ma secondo me si riprendono e possono dire la loro visto che il potenziale in avanti infinito...come per tampa ma ad entrambe manca qualcosa come equilibrio e costanza a differenza dei canadiens
    non lascerei indietro neanche i rangers mentre dall'altra parte chicago sempre uno squadrone, ma non giocherei sull'ennesima stanley ai blackhawks....ducks sono partiti male ma siamo solo all'inizio e se la possono giocare

    ps: per me dubnyk e parise (partito con 5 goals) sono best players per minnesota non li gioco perch con nashville sono tra le mie bestie nere.

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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da gurupoker Visualizza Messaggio
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    Cavolo sbaglio poche volte e ho sbagliato appena postato. Vabb tra domani e domenica ti faccio recuperare sicuramente

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    Bolla NHL provo questa doppia: under 5.5 King Minnesota e 1 testa a testa Columbus. Viene una quota di @2.41

    Singola: Duck Colorado 1X2 1 @1.90

    P.S. Che significa questa stats Plus/Minus Ratings?

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    ieri male male.....ancora delusione columbus, ma soprattutto i ducks che non hanno ancora vinto....incredibile...vediamo in questo weekend di trovare qualche buona giocata. tanti risultati strani ieri, anche detroit che perde in casa....si sbloccano i kings che fermano wild

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    NHL - Risultati 16 Ottobre

    Sharks 2, Devils 1
    NEWARK -- Goaltender Martin Jones made 31 saves to lead San Jose Sharks to a 2-1 shootout win over the New Jersey Devils on Friday night.
    Jones set the Sharks franchise record for consecutive scoreless minutes at 234:39. He had entered the game with a 178:11 shutout streak, only having yielded one goal in his three previous starts. That goal occurred 1:49 into San Jose's season opener, a 5-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center on Oct. 7.
    Left winger Patrick Marleau scored in regulation for San Jose, which improved to 4-0-0. The Sharks are one of four unbeaten teams in the NHL, along with Montreal, Minnesota and Detroit.
    Center Joe Pavelski and defenseman Brent Burns scored in the shootout.
    On the other end of the spectrum is New Jersey, which fell to 0-3-1.
    Center Adam Henrique scored for New Jersey.


    Maple Leafs 6, Blue Jackets 3
    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Toronto, losers of its first three games, gained strength en route to a win over Columbus at Nationwide Arena, earning its first victory of the season.
    Leo Komarov scored two goals, while Jake Gardiner, James Van Riemsdyk, Nazem Kadri and Joffrey Lupul also for the Maple Leafs. The win was the first for the Maple Leafs under new coach Mike Babcock.
    Boone Jenner, Nick Foligno and Scott Hartnell scored for the Blue Jackets, off to the worst start in franchise history at 0-5-0.


    Hurricanes 5, Red Wings 3
    DETROIT -- Kris Versteeg and Eric Staal had a goal and two assists each to lead Carolina to its first win of the season, over Detroit at Joe Louis Arena.
    Brock McGinn got his first career goal, in his first NHL game, and had an assist, while Justin Faulk and Chris Terry also scored for Carolina. Cam Ward made 17 saves.
    Gustav Nyquist, Riley Sheahan and Teemu Pulkkinen scored for Detroit. Jimmy Howard made 31 saves.


    Jets 3, Flames 1
    WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Dustin Byfuglien scored a highlight-reel goal with just 1:28 left in the third period to spark Winnipeg to a triumph over Calgary.
    Blake Wheeler and Bryan Little also scored for the Jets.
    The Flames got their only goal from Markus Backlund, who notched his first of the season early in the opening period.


    Blues 4, Canucks 3
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Alex Steen scored on a pretty second-period passing play and added an assist as St. Louis snapped a two-year losing streak against Vancouver.
    Jori Lehtera, Kyle Brodziak and Robert Bortuzzo also scored for the Blues. Vladimir Tarasenko added two assists.
    Brandon Sutter (shorthanded), Jared McCann and Daniel Sedin scored for Vancouver.


    Avalanche 3, Ducks 0
    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Reto Berra earned his second career shutout in his first start of the season as Colorado defeated Anaheim at the Honda Center.
    Berra made 35 saves in his second consecutive appearance. The shutout extended Berra's streak of consecutive scoreless minutes to 164 over two seasons.
    Nathan MacKinnon, Jack Skille and John Mitchell scored for Colorado.


    Kings 2, Wild 1 (OT)
    LOS ANGELES -- Anze Kopitar scored his first goal of the season, lifting Los Angeles over Minnesota at Staples Center.
    The Kings' Tyler Toffoli and the Wild's Mikko Koivu scored the regulation goals.
    Kopitar delivered at 2:19 of the extra period, gathering a pass from Tanner Pearson and firing a winner past goaltender Darcy Kuemper as the Kings (1-3-1) ended a three-game skid.
    Goalie Jonathan Quick stopped 25 of 26 shots for the Kings. Kuemper stopped 35 of 37 shots for the Wild

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    NHL - Preview 17 Ottobre

    Preview: Detroit at Montreal
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 17, 2015
    Where: Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec
    Off to the best start in the history of their storied franchise, the Montreal Canadiens look to make it six victories in as many games when they host the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night in a matchup of Original Six rivals. The Canadiens are coming off an impressive 3-0 shutout of the New York Rangers in Thursday's home opener to improve to 5-0-0.
    "It is rewarding, but I'm more happy about the way the team's playing," captain Max Pacioretty told reporters of Montreal's perfect start. "It's so fun to roll four lines and see everyone going." Pacioretty has done his part with four goals and six points - both team highs - while reigning Hart and Vezina Trophy winner Carey Price has yielded five goals in his four starts. The Red Wings had a chance to make it a battle of unbeatens but stumbled at home Friday in a 5-3 loss to the previously winless Carolina Hurricanes. Detroit is kicking off a four-game road trip that will feature a three-game trek through Western Canada.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, NHL Network, CBC, FSN Detroit
    ABOUT THE RED WINGS (3-1-0): Although coach Jeff Blashill on Thursday said Darren Helm had a setback, Helm said the issue was not related to his concussion and he hopes to make his season debut Saturday along with defenseman Danny DeKeyser (foot). While captain Henrik Zetterberg has notched a pair of goals and six assists, Detroit is also receiving production from its youngsters. Rookie Dylan Larkin has scored at least one point in every game while Teemu Pulkkinen potted his third goal in Friday's setback.
    ABOUT THE CANADIENS (5-0-0): Montreal on Friday signed veteran forward Tomas Plekanec to a two-year contract extension worth a reported $12 million. Plekanec, a seven-time 20-goal scorer who was in the final season of a six-year contract, is off to a fast start with four goals, including one in Thursday's victory over the Rangers. "I'm happy for Tomas. He's grown up in the organization," coach Michel Therrien told reporters. "Tomas is very versatile. You need a player like him in your lineup. He's very important for us."
    OVERTIME
    1. The Canadiens have scored first in each of their five games.
    2. Red Wings G Peter Mrazek will make his second start of the season and first career versus Montreal.
    3. Plekanec has seven goals and 12 points in 14 games against Detroit.


    Preview: Nashville at Ottawa
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 17, 2015
    Where: Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa, Ontario
    The Ottawa Senators have an opportunity to build some momentum when they kick off a four-game homestand against the Nashville Predators on Saturday night. The Senators have played four of their first five contests away from Canadian Tire Centre and are coming off a split of a two-game, two-night trek, steamrollng Columbus 7-3 before they were blanked in Pittsburgh 2-0.
    Thursday's setback marked the first time since Dec. 27, 2013, that Ottawa had been shut out, ending a 128-game streak. "I thought we were a little flat," Senators defenseman Marc Methot said. "There's only so much you can do when you don't have the legs beneath you." The Predators lost for the first time in four games, dropping a 4-3 decision at the New York Islanders despite pouring 47 shots on goal. "It was our best game of the year by a mile," Predators coach Peter Laviolette said. "Worst result."
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, FSN Tennessee (Nashville), RSN1 (Ottawa)
    ABOUT THE PREDATORS (3-1-0): Laviolette decided to flip the centers on his top two lines, elevating former Senator Mike Fisher to play alongside Filip Forsberg and James Neal while Mike Ribeiro slid between Colin Wilson and Craig Smith. "When things aren't working the way you want, you look and try to make little changes, little tweaks, whether it's the system or lineups, maybe a little bit of both," Laviolette said. "It seemed to work tonight." Former first-round pick Austin Watson scored his first goal since April 23, 2013.
    ABOUT THE SENATORS (3-2-0): Ottawa has been outshot in all five games, including by a wide margin in each of the past three contests. "We're struggling right now with our play away from the puck," Cameron told the team's website. "We're struggling right now with our compete level. We're working hard, but we're not competing." Forward Clarke MacArthur, who suffered an upper-body injury in the second period against Columbus on Wednesday night, will sit out his second straight game.
    OVERTIME
    1. Nashville has won seven of its last eight against Atlantic Division teams.
    2. With Senators G Craig Anderson sporting a 4-6-3 mark versus the Predators, Andrew Hammond could make his season debut.
    3. Predators G Pekka Rinne has split six career decisions with a 2.99 goals-against average versus Ottawa.


    Preview: Buffalo at Tampa Bay
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 17, 2015
    Where: Amalie Arena, Tampa, Florida
    The Tampa Bay Lightning will be short-handed as they attempt to avoid a third consecutive setback when they host the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday night. Victor Hedman has already been ruled out of Saturday's game amid fears he suffered a concussion on Thursday while fellow defenseman Nikita Nesterov received a two-game suspension from the NHL on Friday for boarding in the previous night's game.
    Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper said Friday that Hedman was feeling better after hitting his head against the boards following a hard hit by Dallas captain Jamie Benn. "He's a really good defenseman in this league," Cooper said. "You don't want to lose any of your guys, especially him." The Lightning will get their second look at No. 2 overall pick Jack Eichel, who was held off the scoresheet in a 4-1 home loss to Tampa Bay on Oct. 10. That marked the fifth consecutive victory in the series for the Lightning, who have limited the Sabres to three goals in that span.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, MSG (Buffalo), SUN (Tampa Bay)
    ABOUT THE SABRES (1-3-0): Defenseman Jake McCabe, who did not play in the opening two games of the season, scored his first career goal in Thursday's 3-2 loss to Florida. During Friday's practice, Buffalo coach Dan Bylsma had a lengthy chat with third-year forward Zemgus Girgensons, who has yet to score through the first four games. "I don’t think I’ve ever questioned Zemgus’ effort, but we need to be better in some areas," Bylsma said. "That’s our conversation."
    ABOUT THE LIGHTNING (3-2-0): Nesterov had received a five-minute penalty and game misconduct for his behind-the-back hit on Stars forward Curtis McKenzie, who was on crutches Friday and will be place on injured reserve - a check termed "pretty dirty" by Dallas' Jason Spezza. Nesterov said he didn't intend to intentionally hurt McKenzie and called it a "bad situation." Tampa Bay recalled defenseman Slater Koekkoek from Syracuse of the American Hockey League.
    OVERTIME
    1. Lightning G Ben Bishop is 7-0-1 with a 1.71 goals against average in eight career starts versus the Sabres.
    2. Buffalo has struggled while short-handed, allowing two power-play tallies in each of the last two games.
    3. Tampa Bay owns the league's worst penalty kill, yielding seven power-play goals in five contests.


    Preview: Dallas at Florida
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 17, 2015
    Where: BB&T Center, Sunrise, Florida
    Although Jaromir Jagr's desire to regrow his mullet drew plenty of headlines and laughter, the future Hall of Famer is also creating news by sending the Florida Panthers off to a strong start this season. Jagr looks to continue to provide the offense at the expense of one of his former teams on Saturday as the Panthers play host to the Dallas Stars.
    The 43-year-old recorded his second two-goal performance of the young season and added an assist in Florida's 3-2 victory over Buffalo on Thursday. "Sometimes the puck goes in, sometimes it doesn't," Jagr told reporters. "It doesn't matter what you do. I learned that over 25 years. Right now the puck is going in, so I'm trying to shoot it." Dallas' Jason Spezza can echo a similar statement as the 32-year-old recorded a hat trick in Tuesday's 4-2 win over Edmonton and a goal and an assist in a 5-3 victory over Tampa Bay two days later.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, FSN Southwest (Dallas), FSN Florida
    ABOUT THE STARS (3-1-0): While Dallas has no trouble lighting up the scoreboard, it does have issues staying healthy this season. Patrick Eaves' lower-body injury allowed for the recall of fellow forward Curtis McKenzie, who was promptly drilled into the boards by the Lightning's Nikita Nesterov during the second period. While Nesterov was suspended two games for the hit, McKenzie (lower body) was taken to the hospital in what the team called "excruciating pain" and placed on injured reserve. Dallas, in turn, recalled forward Radek Faksa from Texas of the American Hockey League on Friday.
    ABOUT THE PANTHERS (3-1-0): While Jagr (726 career goals) continues his assault on the NHL record book, fellow forward Jonathan Huberdeau has yet to score a goal this season after signing a two-year contract last month. The 2013 Calder Trophy winner, who has just one point in 2015-16, recorded career highs in goals (15), assists (39), points (54), plus/minus rating (plus-10) and shots (169) in 79 games last season for the Panthers. Veteran goaltender Roberto Luongo has yielded four goals on 98 shots this season and owns a 14-7-3 career mark with two shutouts against Dallas.
    OVERTIME
    1. Dallas RW Valeri Nichushkin has been a healthy scratch for the last two games as coach Lindy Ruff attempts to "get his head in the right place," according to the team's website.
    2. Former D Hal Gill joined the Florida organization on Friday by being named manager of player development.
    3. The teams will conclude their two-game season series on Oct. 24 in Dallas.


    Preview: Toronto at Pittsburgh
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 17, 2015
    Where: Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Phil Kessel didn't have long to wait to see his former team as the Toronto Maple Leafs invade Consol Energy Center on Saturday to face the five-time 30-goal scorer and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Kessel, who was shuffled to the Steel City as part of a blockbuster deal July 1, was the Maple Leafs' leading scorer in each of the past six well-scrutinized seasons.
    While Kessel understands the considerable media attention surrounding this contest, he didn't seem too fazed Friday. "I've played a bunch of games so it's not a big deal," Kessel told reporters. "Obviously I loved my time in Toronto. I had a great time there. I have a lot of friends there. I love the city. But it's time to move on." Like Pittsburgh, Toronto also snapped a three-game winless skid in its last outing while handing Mike Babcock his first win as its coach. Leo Komarov, who scored twice in the third period of the Maple Leafs' 6-3 victory over reeling Columbus on Friday, also netted a pair of goals in his last encounter with Pittsburgh.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, CBC (Toronto), ROOT (Pittsburgh)
    ABOUT THE MAPLE LEAFS (1-2-1): Captain Dion Phaneuf and Kessel were considered good friends as well as teammates, with the latter taking up for the former when Phaneuf came under fire as Toronto quickly tumbled out of contention last season. Kessel was also friendly with fellow forward Tyler Bozak, who is questionable to face the Penguins after suffering a lower-body injury during the second period Friday. Jonathan Bernier will get the nod Saturday, but has dropped all five career decisions (0-3-2) to Pittsburgh while recording a 3.55 goals-against average.
    ABOUT THE PENGUINS (1-3-0): Evgeni Malkin, who scored his first goal of the young season in Thursday's 2-0 victory over Ottawa, has tormented Toronto in his career. The 2012 Hart Trophy recipient collected a goal and two assists in two of the three meetings last season and has 50 points (14 goals, 36 assists) in 27 career contests with the Maple Leafs. Captain Sidney Crosby has failed to record a point in the first four games of the season for the first time in his career.
    OVERTIME
    1. Pittsburgh G Marc-Andre Fleury is expected to play in his 600th NHL game Saturday.
    2. Maple Leafs LW Joffrey Lupul has scored in back-to-back contests and has 12 goals in 25 career meetings with the Penguins.
    3. Pittsburgh is 0-for-12 on the power play this season.

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    Preview: Carolina at Washington
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 17, 2015
    Where: Verizon Center, Washington, District Of Columbia
    There hasn't been much buzz surrounding the Carolina Hurricanes since their last playoff appearance in 2009, but perhaps rookie Brock McGinn will be the one to inject some life into the franchise. The left wing and 47th overall pick in the 2012 draft scored 55 seconds into his NHL debut Friday and hopes to continue his spectacular entrance onto the big stage as Carolina visits the Washington Capitals on Saturday.
    The Hurricanes opened their seven-game road trip with a 5-3 victory over Detroit on Friday - their first October in since 2013 - as the top line of captain Eric Staal, Kris Versteeg and McGinn combined for three goals and five assists. Washington responded to its first loss of the season with a 4-1 victory over defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago on Thursday, with captain Alex Ovechkin scoring in his return to the lineup. The three-time defending Maurice Richard Trophy winner did not play in Tuesday's 5-0 loss to San Jose as he was scratched for setting his alarm clock incorrectly and missing the morning skate. "We were ready to play, we were ready to skate, we were on the same page," Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby told reporters Thursday. "I think the other night was a pretty good wake-up call for us."
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, FSN Southeast (Carolina), CSN-DC (Washington)
    ABOUT THE HURRICANES (1-3-0): While McGinn sparked Carolina, Staal received the Carolina fireman's helmet from coach Bill Peters - the tradition which comes with the first victory of the season. "I thought he was excellent,'' Peters told reporters about his captain. " I thought he found a way to lead, and led in multiple areas. He did a lot of good things. He was good on the power play. His line was very good and a positive factor for us.” The Hurricanes have scored two power-play goals on 16 opportunities this season - both by defenseman Justin Faulk.
    ABOUT THE CAPITALS (2-1-0): Nicklas Backstrom, who led the NHL with 60 assists in 2014-15, could make his season debut Saturday after having arthroscopic hip surgery on May 27. "I'm not going to confirm or deny anything,'' coach Barry Trotz told reporters. " He's feeling better. Every time a player says they're feeling better and better, there is a possibility." Chandler Stephenson, a 21-year-old center, won 5-of-6 faceoffs while playing 8:43 in his NHL debut Thursday after being called up from Hershey of the American Hockey League.
    OVERTIME
    1. McGinn's goal was the fastest in an NHL debut since Buffalo's Alexander Mogilny scored at the 20-second mark in 1989, according to NHL public relations.
    2. Neither team has allowed a power-play goal this season, with each successfully killing nine penalties.
    3. Washington won three of the four meetings last season, including both at home - one in overtime.


    Preview: San Jose at NY Islanders
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Saturday, October 17, 2015
    Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
    Not even a key injury can slow down the red-hot San Jose Sharks, who try for their fifth victory in as many games this season when they visit the New York Islanders on Saturday. San Jose prevailed 2-1 over New Jersey in a shootout Friday in its first game without second-line center Logan Couture, who fractured his right fibula in practice Thursday and is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks.
    "We haven't spent a lot of time on it; it's a reality," Sharks coach Peter DeBoer told reporters prior to Friday's game after the club lost its second-leading goal-scorer (27) and point-getter (67) from last season. "He's out, and until he's back, someone else has to do the job." That someone is Tomas Hertl, who was promoted from the third line after scoring two goals in San Jose's first three games and notched an assist Friday. New York erased a two-goal deficit to defeat Nashville 4-3 on Thursday as captain John Tavares scored for the second consecutive game and has recorded five points in his last two contests. ''You've got to find ways to win,'' Tavares told reporters. ''You won't always have your best. We were able to beat one of the best teams in the West. You look at their team. It was a good way to battle back and find a way to win. ..."
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, CSN California (San Jose), MSG Plus (New York)
    ABOUT THE SHARKS (4-0-0): San Jose's fast start can be greatly attributed to goaltender Martin Jones (4-0-0, two goals allowed in 245 minutes, 108 saves on 110 shots), who had his shutout string end at 234:33 on Friday when Adam Henrique scored with 3:38 remaining in regulation. Rookie right wing Joonas Donskoi missed Friday's game with a lower-body injury and is questionable to play Saturday. San Jose was 6-3-1 in the second contest of back-to-back games last season.
    ABOUT THE ISLANDERS (2-1-1): Anders Lee has a goal and two assists as he appears on his way to validating his breakout 25-goal output last season. Thomas Greiss, who played 44 games in parts of his first four NHL seasons with the Sharks, is 2-0-1 with a 2.64 goals-against average and .925 save percentage after making 44 saves Thursday. Greiss again is playing the backup role as Jaroslav Halak has yet to make his season debut because of an upper-body injury.
    OVERTIME
    1. San Jose successfully killed its first 16 penalties of the season before Henrique's goal denied Jones a third straight shutout.
    2. New York has been short-handed 15 times in 2015-16, allowing one goal and scoring once in those situations.
    3. The Sharks are 12-4-1 in the last 17 meetings and split four encounters over the past two seasons, with each team winning at home in 2014-15.


    Preview: Columbus at Chicago
    When: 8:30 PM ET, Saturday, October 17, 2015
    Where: United Center, Chicago, Illinois
    The Columbus Blue Jackets continue their quest for their first victory of 2015-16 when they visit the reigning Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday. Columbus battled back from a two-goal deficit against Toronto on Friday to forge a tie before allowing three unanswered tallies en route to a 6-3 defeat.
    Scott Hartnell recorded a power-play goal and an assist for the Blue Jackets, who are off to the worst start in franchise history at 0-5-0. Chicago returns home from a brief but disappointing two-game road trip that saw it score a total of one goal in losses at Philadelphia and Washington. Rookie defenseman Viktor Svedberg netted the lone tally — his first in the NHL — in Thursday's 4-1 setback to the Capitals as the Blackhawks were held under four goals for the fourth time in five games this campaign. Columbus took both meetings between the former Central Division rivals last season, winning in a shootout at home while posting a 5-2 triumph in Chicago.
    TV: 8:30 p.m. ET, FSN Ohio (Columbus), WGN (Chicago)
    ABOUT THE BLUE JACKETS (0-5-0): Columbus finally placed Alexander Wennberg on injured reserve Friday, making the move retroactive to Oct. 9 — the date of its season opener against the New York Rangers in which the center suffered his concussion. The 21-year-old Swede appeared in 68 games as a rookie last campaign, recording four goals and 16 assists. David Clarkson made his season debut Friday after missing the first four contests with groin and back injuries.
    ABOUT THE BLACKHAWKS (2-3-0): Chicago made some roster moves Friday, recalling center Vincent Hinostroza from Rockford while assigning right wing Kyle Baun and defenseman Kyle Cumiskey to the American Hockey League club. The 21-year-old Hinostroza, a sixth-round pick in the 2012 draft, has yet to make his NHL debut. Baun, 23, did not record a point in two games this season, while Cumiskey was demoted a day after agreeing to a one-year contract. The 28-year-old blue-liner was a member of Chicago's Stanley Cup-winning team last season, appearing in seven regular-season games and nine playoff contests.
    OVERTIME
    1. The Blue Jackets replaced Wennberg on the roster with LW Kerby Rychel, who was recalled from Lake Erie of the American Hockey League but was not in the lineup against Toronto.
    2. Chicago RW Patrick Kane has been kept off the scoresheet the last two games after recording three goals and three assists in his first three contests.
    3. Columbus has scored only 12 goals in its five games while allowing a league-high 26.


    Preview: Edmonton at Calgary
    When: 10:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 17, 2015
    Where: Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta
    The Edmonton Oilers would like nothing better than to record their first victory of 2015-16 against the Calgary Flames when the provincial rivals meet at Scotiabank Saddledome on Saturday for the first installment of the Battle of Alberta this season. Edmonton began the campaign with an 0-3-0 road trip before suffering a 4-2 loss to St. Louis in its home opener on Thursday.
    The Oilers have been unable to find their groove offensively, scoring a total of five goals — including one by 2015 first overall draft pick Connor McDavid. Calgary also has gotten off to a rough start, losing three of its first four contests. The Flames look to make a quick turnaround after suffering a 3-1 loss at Winnipeg on Friday in which it allowed three unanswered goals, including two in the final 88 seconds of the third period. Calgary swept the five-game season series in 2014-15, outscoring Edmonton 20-8.
    TV: 10 p.m. ET, CBC, RSN
    ABOUT THE OILERS (0-4-0): Todd McLellan, who remains in search of his first victory behind Edmonton's bench, received some good news Friday as he was named coach of the Under-23 North American team at the 2016 World Cup next September. "It's an exciting opportunity," he told reporters. "I had such a great experience this past spring in the Czech Republic with the national team. It left such a good taste in my mouth to be around the players and to have a chance at success."
    ABOUT THE FLAMES (1-3-0): Sean Monahan was held off the scoresheet Friday, keeping him two points shy of 100 for his career. The 21-year-old has recorded a goal and an assist in four games this season. Mikael Backlund scored Calgary's lone tally against Winnipeg, drawing the club within eight of 11,000 in franchise history.
    OVERTIME
    1. McDavid is one of four Oilers with a team-worst minus-5 rating.
    2. Calgary C Jiri Hudler (two) is the only member of the team with more than one goal.
    3. Edmonton does not have a player with more than one point this season.


    Preview: Boston at Arizona
    When: 10:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 17, 2015
    Where: Gila River Arena, Glendale, Arizona
    After emerging victorious for the first time this season, the Boston Bruins vie for their seventh consecutive win over the Arizona Coyotes when the teams meet at Gila River Arena on Saturday. Jimmy Hayes answered a minus-5 rating in his first three games by recording a goal and three assists on Wednesday as Boston averted its worst start in 50 years with a 6-2 rout of Colorado.
    "We just simplified our game, big time," Hayes told NESN after his career-high four-point performance. "Just playing a north-south game and trying to execute plays, and finally, the execution was there. It’s a good feeling." The Bruins hope that feeling rides with them to the desert when they face the Coyotes, who gamely rallied from a three-goal deficit before dropping a 4-3 decision to Minnesota on Thursday. Arizona has been led by its young stars as Anthony Duclair scored for the fourth time in two games and fellow 20-year-old Max Domi collected a goal and an assist versus the Wild.
    TV: 10 p.m. ET, NESN (Boston), FSN Arizona
    ABOUT THE BRUINS (1-3-0): Sidelined for the last two games with a concussion, Brad Marchand could make his return versus a team against which he collected three goals and an assist in two meetings last season. The 27-year-old Nova Scotia native shed his no-contact jersey and participated in practice on Friday. Workhorse goaltender Tuukka Rask (0-3-0, 4.72 goals-against average) is expected to return after sitting out the last game to face the Coyotes, against whom he is 5-1-0 with a 1.83 GAA and .936 save percentage.
    ABOUT THE COYOTES (3-1-0): Domi's impressive play has caught the eye of future Hall of Famer Jaromir Jagr, who told TSN that he thought the former first-round pick was "unbelievable" while tossing plenty of other verbal bouquets his way. "Yeah, I saw it,” Domi told the Arizona Republic of the story. "It was pretty cool. It was definitely pretty humbling to see a guy I grew up watching and idolizing say something like that." Forward Martin Hanzal leads the team with seven points - all assists - but has yet to record a point in seven career meetings with Boston.
    OVERTIME
    1. Arizona is just 1-for-20 on the power play while Boston is 4-for-12 with the man advantage.
    2. Bruins C David Krejci has three goals and as many assists during his four-game point streak.
    3. Coyotes C Antoine Vermette is questionable to play after suffering a lower-body injury on Thursday.

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    Hai giocato la doppia che avevo pensato anch'io Tampa e Penguins. Sui Penguins sono sicurissimo che vincono anche perch i Maple Leafs fuori casa sono poca robba e hanno 3 elementi di grande spessore vale a dire Crosby, Malkin e Kessel. Nelle tue analisi non hai sottolineato che a Tampa mancher il difensore Nikita Nesterov( lo riporta sia Espn che il sito ufficiale della NHL). Cmq sia mi gioco a stake 5 questa doppia, ma anche i Bruins avevo individuato e la tua giocata rafforza la mia idea di pensiero e quindi confermo praticamente le tue stesse giocate con Bruins in singola. Speriamo bene

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