Monday Night Hockey

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Colorado Avalanche v Toronto Maple Leafs

6-3 

Frederik Anderson allowed four goals in his return from a groin injury. It was his first game since December 22nd after missing eight in a row.

Igor Ozhiganov, Kasperi Kapanen and Mitch Marner scored, whilst Auston Matthews had two assist for Toronto, who are 2-5-0 in their past seven, after a five-game winning streak.

Carl Soderberg had a hat trick and broke the tie was 8:15 remaining in the third period for the Avalanche, who ended a three-game losing streak. Gabriel Landeskog, Mikko Rantanen and Matt Calvert also scored. Semyon Varlamov made 17 saves.

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Up Next:

Avalanche v Senators – Wednesday, January 16th (7pm)

Leafs v Lightning – Thursday, January 17th (7:30pm)

 

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Chicago Blackhawks v New Jersey Devils

5-8 

The Chicago Blackhawks allowed at least seven goals for the fifth time this season and lost their fourth game in a row.

Kyle Palmieri and Blake Coleman both scored a double. Mackenzie Blackwood made 27 saves for the Devils, who have won consecutive games for the first time since their three-game winning streak from Dec. 27-31. Travis Zajac, Sami Vatanen and Brett Seney also scored, with Kevin Rooney adding the sixth of the night for his first NHL point.

Patrick Kane extended his point streak to six games with a two goals and an assist for the Blackhawks. Cam Ward allowed six goals on 25 shots in the first two periods, before Collin Delia relieved him, making 14 saves on 15 shots.

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Up Next:

Blackhawks v Rangers – Thursday, January 17th (7pm)

Devils v Blue Jackets – Tuesday, January 15th (7pm)

 

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Minnesota Wild v Philadelphia Flyers

4-7 

James van Riemsdyk scored his first hat trick of the season for the Flyers in their 7-4 demolition of the Minnesota Wild. It was his first three-goal game since returning to the Flyers as an unrestricted free agent on July 1, having spent his first three NHL seasons with Philly.

Nolan Patrick and Wayne Simmonds each scored two goals for the hosts. Carter Hart made 34 saves.

James Zucker, Marcus Foligno, Joel Eriksson Ek and Ryan Suter scored for the Wild. Devan Dubnyk allowed five goals on 20 shots before being pulled in the second period, Alex Stalock made five saves in relief.

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Up Next:

Kings v Wild – Tuesday, January 15th (8pmNBCSN)

Bruins v Flyers – Wednesday, January 16th (7:30pmNBCSN)

 

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St Louis Blues v Washington Capitals

4-1 

The St Louis Blues have their first three-game winning streak of the campaign after a 4-1 win at the Washington Capitals on Monday.

David Perron extended his career-high point streak to 11 games with a goal for the Blues, who have won five of their last seven. Jake Allen made 28 saves. Ivan Barbashev, Vince Dunn and Vladimir Tarasenko all added their names to the scoresheet.

Alex Ovechkin scored on the power-play for Washington’s only goal of the night. The Russian passed Brendan Shanahan (237) for sixth place on the NHL power play goal list and tied Dave Andreychuk (640) for 14th place on the goals list.

Pheonix Copley made 33 saves against his former team and Brooks Orpik played his 1,000th NHL game. The reigning champions have now lost two in a row.

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Up Next:

Blues v Islanders – Tuesday, January 15th (7pm)

Capitals v Predators – Tuesday, January 15th (7pm)

 

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Montreal Canadiens v Boston Bruins

3-2 (OT) 

Jeff Petry scored 15 seconds into overtime to secure the win for the Montreal Canadiens. Brendan Gallagher and Paul Byron also scored for the Habs, who have won three of their last four. Carey Price made 41 saves.

David Krejci sent the game to overtime scoring at 19:22 of the third period, with Boston opting to pull Tuukka Rask for the extra attacking option. Brad Marchand also scored and Rask made 19 saves for the 26-15-5 Bruins.

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Up Next:

Panthers v Canadiens – Tuesday, January 15th (7:30pm)

Bruins v Flyers – Wednesday, January 16th (7:30pmNBCSN)

 

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Buffalo Sabres v Edmonton Oilers

2-7 

The Buffalo Sabres lost their third in a row with a 7-5 thrashing at the hands of the Edmonton Oilers.

Casey Mittelstadt opened the scoring with a goal in the first minute of the game, giving Buffalo a 1-0 lead. The Oilers then came back with goals scored from Zack Kassian (2) and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, before Evan Rodrigues gave the visitors a glimpse of hope heading into the first intermission.

The Oilers then scored four unanswered goals, with Connor McDavid, Milan Lucic (2) and Leon Draisaitl completing the scoring for Edmonton. Mikko Koskinen made 41 saves.

Carter Hutton gave up five goals on 12 shots before being replaced in the second period by Linus Ullmark, who made 11 saves on 13 shots.

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Up Next:

Sabres v Flames – Wednesday, January 16th (9:30pm)

Oilers v Canucks – Wednesday, January 16th (10pm)

 

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