Oct 3, 2013; Glendale, AZ, USA; Phoenix Coyotes center Martin Hanzal (11) and New York Rangers left wing Rick Nash (61) fight as NHL linesman Mike Cvik (88) looks on during the third period at Jobing.com Arena. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Two For Roughing 10/13/13


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Last night’s NHL action featured 11 games on tap. Those games included the New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins, all Metropolitan Division rivals. The Rangers lost a hard fought battle against the St. Louis Blues, losing by a score of 5-3. Although their record says 1-4, there were many positives to take out of this game, which can be found here.

Last Night’s Scoreboard 

Rangers: 3
Blues: 5 

Bruins: 3 
Blue Jackets: 1

Oilers: 5
Maple Leafs: 6 (OT)

Flyers: 2
Red Wings: 5 

Penguins: 5
Lightning: 4

Avalanche: 5 
Capitals: 1

Sabres: 1
Blackhawks: 2 

Islanders: 2
Predators: 3 

Stars: 1
Wild: 5 

Canadiens: 4
Canucks: 1

Senators: 2
Sharks: 3 

Quick Hits

  • Avalanche defeated the Capitals 5-1 for their fifth-straight win under Patrick Roy.
  • Predators prospect Seth Jones scored his first NHL goal last night against the Islanders
  • Flyers forward Scott Hartnell will miss the next two-four weeks with an “Upper Body Injury.”
  • After going pointless through their first five games, Claude Giroux finally picked up his first point of the season last night.
  • Sharks rookie Tomas Hertl left last night’s game against Ottawa in the second period after colliding with Clarke MacArthur. He needed help to the dressing room.

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Tags: National Hockey League News Notes