NHL News: Player News and Updates for 11/9/14
NHL Daily Updates: Checking in on the Latest News, Daily Schedule and More
November 9, 2014
It’s been a pretty busy weekend so far for NHL hockey, and we’ve got five more games headed our way in the coming hours. Now before we get settled in and wait on those pucks to hit the ice, let’s take a moment to check out some of the notable players out there and see who’s making headlines today.
Lance Bouma, C, Calgary Flames: Bouma got to play the hero last night against the Panthers, logging a tiebreaking goal in the third that ended up being the game-winner. Calgary was able to hold on and win 6-4 after rallying twice during the game. Bouma also had an assist.
Mark Giordano also managed a big night. He posted three points on a goal and two assists. On the other side, Scottie Upshall banged in a pair of goals and also recorded an assist.
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Sidney Crosby, C, Pittsburgh Penguins: Crosby was in a giving mood last night against the Sabres. He recorded five assists in helping his team extend their win streak to seven games, posting a 6-1 victory over the Sabres at First Niagara Center.
Among the beneficiaries of Crosby’s handiwork were Kris Letang (two goals; two assists) and Patric Hornqvist (two goals; assist). It was the fourth five-point game of Crosby’s NHL tenure.
Leo Komarov, C, Toronto Maple Leafs: Last night’s Leafs-Rangers game was certainly a wild one. Kamarov scored the game-winner in the third, setting up a 5-4 victory at Air Canada Centre that had all sorts of twists, turns and lead changes throughout. He also had an assist.
Nazem Kadri posted a pair of helpers of his own, while on the other side Chris Kreider managed a goal and a helper.
Ryan Callahan, RW, Tampa Bay Lightning: Yesterday’s highest-scoring game award goes to the Lightning and Blue Jackets, who combined for 11 goals. Tampa Bay came out on the positive end of the scoring onslaught, with 15 players notching at least one point in their fifth consecutive win--7-4.
Callahan led the charge with a goal and two assists, while J.T. Brown had a goal and an assist of his own. It continued a run of bad luck for the Blue Jackets.
NHL Daily Schedule: Here’s a look at the upcoming games on the NHL schedule, including the start times and TV networks where you can catch each matchup.
Sunday, November 9, 2014:
6:00 PM ET:
Toronto Maple Leafs at Ottawa Senators (NHLN-US, TVA, CITY)
Tampa Bay Lightning at Detroit Red Wings (SUN, FS-D+)
Edmonton Oilers at NY Rangers (SNW, MSG)
7:00 PM ET:
San Jose Sharks at Chicago Blackhawks (TVA, CSN-CA, WGN)
9:00 PM ET:
Vancouver Canucks at Anaheim Ducks (CITY, PRIME)
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