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Rioter AMA - 30th August 2020 - Summary

2020.08.31 21:36 EmpressTeemo Rioter AMA - 30th August 2020 - Summary

SenseiChroma: Do you sometimes go around Reddit or other media platforms to create new ideas for a card?
DanCast(DC): We go around LoR player communities on Reddit and elsewhere quite often, not for new card ideas specifically, but to understand what players are liking and not liking about the game. Better understanding people's impressions and desires factor into what we make in the future more broadly.
IDKhow2Discord: Thanks so much for doing this AMA, super big fan of the Runeterra universe, been playing League of Legends for 7+ years, LoR since closed beta and super excited to finally try and participate in a Riot AMA! What was the process like play testing for the balance of this segment of the Targon release year, specifically the new region of Targon itself? Was Targon created holistically then segmented, or has development and balancing always been aware and aiming for the current style of a segmented release for the region? As the only other region expansion we’ve seen so far, Bilgewater seems like it could have been wildly different in terms of both thematic resonance and balance if it and the other original 6 regions new champions added in Rising Tides had been separated into segments. And if Targon was originally created holistically do you think the segmented release will make balancing harder going forward, as some card synergies or natural archetype counters have already been developed, but not yet released?
Dovagedys(D): Thanks for the question(s), It's a complicated question with a complicated answer. Ultimately, we know we want to be able to provide new cards to everyone at a satisfying cadence. Originally, we had planned to release new cards every 4 months, but over the past 6 months we quickly realized that is not fast enough. We wanted to move to a two month cadence, but most of the work for Targon and the region that comes after Targon had already been done. We definitely did extensive play testing and balance work on each segment. We believe that all three releases bring new things to the game and are fun to play.
Intrif: Your favourite Colour?
D: Purple. Bearly Leah(BL): Getting in on the easy answer here, blue or purple!
TheSkilledRoy (TSR): I am a huge fan of designing custom cards in just about all the card games I play, and some card games are very transparent with their design philosophies. While I understand LoR is a much newer game than some of those games and thus might have less nailed down in the way of philosophy; we saw relatively recently some of the design process outlined in your "From Champ Select to Your Deck" Article. For those of us who either wish to design custom content, or for those who might one day wish to apply to work for LoR as a designer, would it be possible to get many more articles in the same vein as that one? I feel as though many of the designing/custom group would love to hear what goes into the game and what considerations/values you have for each Region.
Careless Whisper(CW): Great question, and I'm glad to hear the previous articles were helpful. More articles on design and our design process is definitely on the list of to do. Knowing what things y'all are interested in learning more about helps us a ton!
Tail Lover: When can I expect the other league champs with tails to be added to this game? I know you likely can't answer this but I can dream.
DC: What about a champion that sometimes has a tail?
TSR: LoR's coding and way of handling various effects such as card positioning and sequencing is really fascinating. However I'm curious just how much is easily able to be modified/used for card design. For ex; Hypothetically speaking is it possible to reference the opponent's username in a levelup animation? For example with a champion say Pyke and The List?
DC: The tech team tells me it's harder than you'd think. We had a cosmetic concept where we wanted to put your game name on the cosmetic but we decided it wasn't going to be viable.
Maple: Hi Rioters! Thanks for helping us. Following the balance patches this summer, and the release of COTM are y’all considering reexamining the presence of Aggro/Combo in the game? So far it seems that these new tools empower midrange and value strategy to a great degree, but don't seem to have any new threats to keep them in check. Thanks!
D: Great question, Maple The release of Targon is still very young. I think there are still a lot of evolutions and learnings to come as people explore and the meta evolves. We are constantly evaluating the meta and working hard to ensure a healthy and diverse play experience. We want players to be able to play all kinds of decks and be able to have fun and find success. If we notice certain decks over performing we will continue our efforts to tone down cards that are overbearing and pushing other options out of the meta, as well as buffing cards that can encourage more decks that are under represented.
IDKhow2Discord: Any chance of getting long term profile stats like matches played, lifetime number of 7-win Expeditions trials, the ratio of achieving 7-wins per expedition attempts etc., so I can finally prove to my friends I’m the Expedition king of LoR? Any fun stats in general or fun personal stats you keep track of behind the scenes on individual profiles you could one day share? (Numbers of Poro’s summoned?)
DC: Yes, we believe a player profile that contains some type of match history plus a record of feel-good stats/achievements like this is a great feature and something that provides a social foundation for seeing what other players are up to - what they pursue and accomplish. It's something we will be working on.
ASDASDS: What is your least favorite card and why is it so?
BL: I have a hard time playing around Ledros. It's silly but I always forget about him and then die to him! D:
Domi: Hey guys, thanks for this AMA. About Taric's ability: Why did you "nerf" his interaction with Playful Trickster day 1?
D: Thanks for the question! We knew about the Taric + Playful Trickster combo and originally intended to have it go live with Call of the Mountain. However, after some discussion among game design, play test team, and game play leadership we decided that the opponent's experience was potentially too unfun. We want to ensure that both players are having fun in our game. Losing isn't very fun, but unavoidable in a 1v1 game. However, losing slowly and being stuck in a trapped game is very unfun and avoidable. We want games that have a clear winner to end very quickly and the Taric + Playful Trickster combo had high potential to lead to games where 1 player had no mana and no actions to take, but would be forced to click OK repeatedly while Taric slowly attacked them to death. That sounds like a terrible experience and we wanted to protect players from being forced into situations like it.
EmpressTeemo (ET): I've read that LoR was planned to be available on multiple platforms (mostly mobile) very early on in the development. Was there any particular difficulty in porting the code over to mobile clients, or did you simultaneously code all the different builds at the same time?
BL: We built the code from the beginning to prepare for mobile - so that helped us a lot being aware of budgeting needs, especially on low end devices. Certain things, like trying to constrain ourselves to memory budgets per asset (such as texture), and running memory tests per build help us know if we're exceeding our mobile limits. This has been pretty beneficial over making it for PC then going to mobile, as we had less fixing to do for mobile launch.
TaGL: How do you decide which champions to add to each expansion? Is it more based on popularity, or how much they could bring to the game?
CW: Huge caveat that this will usually vary from expansion to expansion. Generally the process is we look at which champions best represent the region and can show off exciting mechanics or themes. Then we look at a swath of things like champ popularity, cool lore moments we want to expand on between champions, overall tone of the set, etc.
ASDASDS: Do you have a clear vision on what you would do once you will run out of regions to add?
D: Hi ASDASDS ! Yes. We have a clear plan for content that comes after our last 2 regions are introduced to the game. Unfortunately, we can't discuss future content right now, but in some cases we work on content up to 2 years before it's released.
TSR: League of Legends is well known for it's incredibly diverse range of Alternate Universes and Skins. Just recently we had a Spirit Blossom event synchronized with the LoL event at the same time. Judging from the new render of SBYasuo, alot of us were expecting some sort of premium version of Yasuo such as a skin for the card. Seeing as that obviously didn't happen, what is the team's stance on skins for cards? Perhaps with new VO/FX/Levelup Animations?
DC: We have loved bringing some of the alternate fantasies to LoR through our current cosmetic products. Card cosmetics will be in LoR's future, but we're taking our time to put our best foot forward on it, including some player studies. We have to think a lot about would players rather SB Yasuo be a skin or SB Yasuo be a new card with it's own flavor and abilities?Are there some fantasies we should do as cosmetics and others we should do new cards - can we do it both ways and have it be clear to players? That's what we think about. Let us know your thoughts on the boards!
CuriousThing: Hi all! Bit of a technical curiosity: in open beta, there was a bug that allowed a player to cast Spinning Axe discarding a card that was "about" to be discarded by another effect. What was the source of this bug? Was the game engine tied to the UI somehow?
BL: That's a fun one! Disclosure: I didn't work on this bug, and I don't work on gameplay itself. But from speculation my guess would be that while the card was marked for delete, there was a time in cleanup while the animation was playing that it was still clickable, and was not marked as discarded until the animation ended. So not as much to do with UI as a timing issue.
Splingo: The video containing the roadmap for future content (e.g. the addition of Labs, Gauntlet, the Event) was super awesome. Is there another one like that planned? When should we expect it?
DC: Yes there's one being planned now. Don't expect it too soon, but we want some way to talk about the end of the year with all of you. I hope the video works out
ET: Are there any super crazy mechanics or cards you wanted to implement into the game but scratched in the end? I'm thinking of stuff like the chicken that deals 1 damage when you hover it in Hearthstone, things that are just simply bizarre :D
D: There are a ton of designs that the team tries that don't make it to be released. Sometimes they aren't fun, sometimes we can't balance them, or sometimes they don't fit well with the rest of the release. In general, we try not to discuss these ideas publicly too often, because we may decide to use them in a future release and we don't want to spoil the surprise.
Ryu: This question is completely unrelated to this game, so I’m not sure if you guys can even answer this. I’ll be finishing my 4th year of college studying cyber security this spring. I’m still trying to figure out what sort of work I’d even want to do, but I’m just curious if you guys know of any opportunities at Riot Games? Or if there’s someone I could contact regarding this? I checked the site and don’t see any opening for security jobs currently, but did see you have a bug bounty program.
BL: We do have teams that work in security. So it's something available, even if the position isn't open now. I would definitely work on putting together something demonstrable of your skill, portfolio/Github/etc, so when the time comes you'd be ready!
Splingo: How does the team view the Spirit Blossom event? Was it a success? What were the major learnings from it, and do more events in the future seem likely?
DC: We do view it as a success - and our post-event player surveys showed you all liked it too! The main thing we want to improve from the learnings is the Quest/Win of the Day system. We want to emphasize the win of the day less, and instead have more progress come from having a more distributed cadence of quests throughout the event (not all up front). As well as have the quests be less specific (I know how you feel about challenge 100 units) On the rewards: we saw players want less shards on the event road, and some new more interesting rewards instead, so we're going to work on that.
Lhunatyk: The art and lore of LoR have been amazing! How do you choose which statline/effect goes with each art/flavor?
CW: Great question! During development design works closely with narrative and art to create the art with the statline and effects of the card. So it's less of "choosing" and more creating them together as one complete coherent piece. This will often mean chatting about the theme of the character, what is important about their stat line or effect, and how to best represent those mechanics in the art.
TSR: I do love a lot of the cosmetics currently available in the game (Guardians, Cardbacks and Boards) Can I hear some more about future upcoming cosmetics that aren't in those categories and more ways to sink my bank account?
DC: But you don't love emotes?? Why can't I Jinx OMG react in this Discord?
ImpulseNE: There seems to be many cards that seem like they are supposed to be attached to currently unreleased champions. Is there a reason for releasing these cards and will you be doing any else like this in the future?
D: Great question! Cards connections in LoR are a complex network of interactions. There are many cards that are designed for specific champions, but can end up working in past, present, and future decks. We try to release cards together that we think will be the most fun and create the most interesting interactions. And we think it's fun to allude to what could be potentially coming in the future. Yes we will continue to do so in the future.
Ace: How happy were you with the meta before the expansion hit, were you satisfied with the variety of decks played?
D: Hi, thanks for the question. I am extremely proud of LoR's meta since the launch of our game. Before we launched we had a goal of having a metagame that had 10 decks. And we knew that was a lofty goal. However, since the launch of LoR we have repeatedly seen metagames that have 20, 25, 30, and up to 35 different decks that are competitively viable. I am completely blown away by the metagame diversity in LoR's meta game and excited to see it continue to evolve over time.
Simple Enigma: Just like almost everyone else I love the emotes! So much personality in them and conveys really fun emotions. Especially with how rapidly new emotes are being added are there plans to allow for more emotes to be 'equipped' for a match? And of course which 8 emotes are you running now?
DC: Wait..are you hacking to run 8 emotes? Yes, I would love for everyone to have more emote access. We want this, but we want to build a lot of things, so it comes down to deciding our priorities on what delivers the most player value. There may be a time where we have to work on a related feature, so an opportunity to adjust this will come up. My ideal would be an intuitive UI that's fast to use on mobile where a player could access all their emotes. My current fav 6: Not Sure If, Wink, Cheers, Sweating, Into My Trap, and (of course) Obliteration
Domi: What was the hardest card from Targon to code? Is it some card we’ve already seen or is it one yet to come?
D: Funny question, Taric has definitely been the most complicated card to code in Call of the Mountain.
Callonetta: When you're not working on LoR things, what games do you like to play? Mostly card games or do you sink your time into games completely different than the ones you work on?
BL: I play a lot of League of Legends / Overwatch as well. I also love party games to play with friends and platformers, metroidvanias and rhythm games galore. Some of my favorite games are the Ori series, Super Mario Sunshine, Dance Dance Revolution and Beat Saber!
Callonetta: From card drawing, animations, and even gameplay itself, LoR seems unique in that “feels bad” moments don’t come up as often as other card games I’ve played. I was wondering what specific challenges you faced creating a game that felt good to play, and what you would like to do in the future to make LoR feel even better?
D: Thanks for the thoughtful question, Callonetta. We have a lot of great plans for LoR in the future. We have worked hard to build a great foundation for the game, but this is only the beginning. Ultimately, the ideas we choose to deliver to make LoR feel better will come from the community. We want to listen and learn from you all to help us choose the improvements that you all want. I think one of the most special parts about the LoR team is how dedicated everyone on the team is to listening to players and learning how to make the game better for everyone.
mcfries mcburger: What's the basis for your card design in terms of power level? Do you ever just think of a card and say "this card is too strong/weak" and how do you tune it to the level at which it feels juuuust right?
CW: Generally when it comes to the power level of a design we ask ourselves 2 questions. Is this card sensible given the rest of the cards? If not, are there numbers (cost, power, health, effect output) where this could be a sensible card? As for how we decide what sensible is, it's a lot of playtesting, feedback, and evaluating other cards that do similar things.
Callonetta: Other things that can make a game feel bad are long animations, slow draw speed, etc. I'm sure there are a ton of other things you all do to make the game feel clean and smooth to play (UI), how you can customize your own boards, guardians, etc that make it feel more like "you", along with game mechanics that feel fair. I'm happy for any answer at all! Mostly I'm impressed at how much attention to detail has been given to making the game feel really good to play as often as possible, and wondering how you work out what's working in those areas, what isn't, and what you'd like to improve.
DC: The best way to encapsulate it is the LoR team is made up of Rioters who really care deeply about the player experience and are detail oriented and very creative at their problem solving. I'm honored to work with everyone on this team.
Diogo gol: The enemy Aurelion Sol turning allied Celestials into 0 cost, was that a bug?
D: Thanks for the question Diogo gol! The interaction of Aurelion Sol level 2 reducing the cost of opponent's cards was a bug. We released a fix for that bug shortly after the release of Call of the Mountain.
nico🥀: Hi id like to say I'm a huge fan of LoR. I’m wondering what guardian you all like the most personally for me it's cosmo :3
D: Personally, my favorite guardian is Von Yipp, but it's really hard to choose because there are so many awesome guardians. And I'm excited for upcoming guardians that will become my new favorites!
ET: Hi Leah :> You mentioned you don't work on the gameplay parts of the game! As someone who has no idea of what software engineers do, would you mind describing which parts of the end product you've been working on?
BL: Absolutely thanks for the Q! I do metagame work on DanCast's team! So Events, onboarding, rewards, quests, end of game are the types of things my team touches. We work to make sure the "out of game" experience feels good to interact with too. There's also plenty of other engineering teams too! Such as those who work to keep our build pipelines running smoothly. And they're all essential to getting LoR out to players
Cowboy Toast: One of the best parts about Legends of Runeterra are the amazing animations we see with many cards, even if they aren't champions. The recent expansion especially is incredible and very beautiful with all the designs and animations. Anyways, what's your favorite pizza topping?
BL:: Pineapple and ham Pepperoni! I'm simple but it's delicious. Also I eat the crust of my pizza first.
CheezeDraco: Would you consider diversifying the rewards in gauntlets? Because the current icon rewards are granted for the first play/win and then the mode is usually ignored by most players until a new mode/format arrives.
DC: Yes, but we're working on rewards that we think will be a better fit and can be more extensible than icons. Be on the watch for one of those future Dev videos to learn more (again, not too soon)
Klonne: Could you guys already be planning/working on champions cards that are not found in League of Legends?
D: We often talk about making new champions that don't exist in League of Legends, but right now we are focused on introducing as many champions from League into LoR as we can. There are over 140 champions in League of Legends and LoR doesn't have 1/3 of them yet.
TaGL: Do you plan to give support to older archetypes like sea monsters and scouts in current(COTM) and future expansions?
CW: We do! Part of future content design is not just expansion of older regions, but also how to add to the archetypes already present.
TerraGen: Hey guys, thanks for doing this AMA! I love all the work you have done with LoR. I love everything about the game! My question is whether or not there is a plan to add in a spectate mode?
D: We are planning to release a spectate mode in the future. I don't think we have given an exact date yet.
ET: When LoR was finally released, was there a sick underground techno party with Poro DJs? How did you celebrate - if at all?
DC: LoR released under shelter in place here in LA (and in our international locations), so we ordered some desserts on DoorDash and played online games together. The poro DJs were all booked for LoR's Korean ad team
EtherealWonder: How did you join Riot, and what made you want to join Riot?
BL:: I was playing League since 2012, and that initially piqued my interest in Riot. I volunteered at a GDC (Game Development Conference) while I was in college and met a bunch of Rioters there. They were all really nice and that really made me want to join :). I graduated in 2017, and started working at another game company in Massachusetts. In 2018 Riot hit me up and after a bunch of interviews I joined!
TSR: Is 10 the final number you’ve settled on for the number of Regions?
D: We have some fun ideas for how we could potentially shift champions to regions players may not initially associate the champion. However, right now we are focused on getting as many champions from League into LoR as possible.
Callonetta: Do you have pets, and if so, what kind, and most importantly can I pet them?
BL: I have 2 dogs, Jax and Leo. Not only can you pet them, but they demand pets. This post not sponsored by dogs
TaGL: Kind of the reverse of a previously asked question - have you designed any cards or will you design any cards soon, knowing they will be champions in the future?
DC: We don't have a handshake with LoL for anything like that at the moment, but we aspire to create interesting characters for the world of Runeterra that other teams can pick up and use if they wish. We just hope players love what is put out, and maybe if there's someone the community loves, they could be seen in another game or video or comic or such
Mimir, the Felony Fellow: Are the cards like the Startled Stomper Zoe’s creation? If not, is it a creation from her friends?
D: I'm not sure if Zoe creates them or transforms them, but she is definitely involved.
ASDASDS: Are there any champions that you agreed to never release?
D: No. We hope to release every champion someday.
eslb: What's your favorite ranked reward icon? This includes color differences from the ranks.
DC: Diamond Season of Plunder Alas, I ended Plat that season (just like every season)
TSR: A large number of champions are based on their "lore" forms rather than translations of their LoL gameplay; what goes into deciding what to focus on for champions? Thresh has an ability much closer to his ingame whereas Karma is entirely about her lore rather than how she acts in gameplay.
CW: There are a number of things we tend to look at when focusing on the champion. What is their role in the set, what mechanics do we want to show off through the champion, are there any narrative/story beats we want to hit with them. Usually we try to find what version of this champion do we want to design, and then go from there.
kino: When you design a champion, do you always have a primary archetype / deck in mind or do you intend multiple different uses for it? How important is champion versatility as opposed to the cohesiveness of its archetype?
D: It varies for each champion. We want all champions to feel special. Some of them are designed with a very specific deck in mind, like Nautilus. Others are designed with multiple decks in mind, like Shen. And yet others are more general, like Twisted Fate. However, we do want every champion to have at least one deck they are best in.
Mimir, the Felony Fellow: In roughly 3 weeks I'm gonna start my enrolment in a game development degree. As someone who lives in Portugal, is there any way to work for Riot (specifically in the LoR team since that's my favorite Riot game) without moving to the US, while being an active member of the team and not just work in localization?
BL:: LoR development largely happens between our LA and Hong Kong offices. There are other offices where other development happens though. The best way is to check the careers page and see what listings are available for the office you're interested in.
ET: Milk first or cereal first?
CW: Cereal first. ARE THERE PEOPLE THAT DO MILK FIRST?
Neo! Unicorn Rabbit Knight!: If you had a truck what would you put in it?
BL:: A smaller truck, of course.
Hanles: Hi guys! First of all thank you so much for creating such an amazing game and for your continuous support and regular updates. I would like to ask , what is your current view on the success of LoR so far? Has the number of players met your initial expectations or do you feel like there is still an unused potential to lure in new players? As a relatively new player myself who loves the game to death, I feel like so far it hasn't got the attention it deserves so I'd love to know what's the perspective of you as Rioters on the matter.
D: We are extremely proud of how many players have been enjoying LoR! We believe this is only the beginning and we hope to see more and more players joining the community over time.
Jason: Will there ever be a way to listen to the music of the boards before we buy them?
DC: Someday, yes I hope so. We have a lot of things we want to build and limited resources so we have to choose our projects with a lot of consideration. Since a lot of fans and creators preview content on video sites, we focus our efforts on more gameplay experiences for players.
A Badgerbear: What are your plans when a year from now comes and there are too many cards to balance? Will we have a similar thing to Hearthstone where sets from a while ago will be unplayable in ranked?
D: We want players to always be able to play with their favorite cards. We hope that our model for live balance will help players enjoy the cards they love. And we want to avoid situations where players aren't able to include the cards they love in their decks.
EtherealWonder: What's the funniest moment of friendly competition/dare/general tomfoolery you've seen your colleagues in Riot do for fun during break-time?
DC: Dovagedys still owes his team a rendition of a Taylor Swift song
Dovagedys: Yikes DanCast
BL: We play a lot of games together on breaks and such. I had a friend try to meme me in a game of LoR by vile-feasting my unit that he was going to kill anyways. Unfortunately that unit was Scarmother Vrynna and the extra damage won me the game he would've won. I still tease him about it.
Splingo: At one point someone from the team said that they would look into more options for making the data about viable decks that you all see open to the public. Any updates on that? It's cool to know that there are regularly 20-30 viable competitive decks, but it's hard to see past the data that fansites offer so we the players only have ever a limited amount of insight into what's actually working for people.
D: We do still plan on sharing more information around the meta, but we don't have an exact date yet.
TSR: What was the biggest emergent gameplay from the community that the team didn't foresee?
DC: There was too strong of an emote to include in the starting 6
Tail Lover: Lore question: In League, the only Yordle that has a tail is Gnar, and that makes sense due to him being ancient. But in LoR, we have Fae Bladetwirler, a Yordle that doesn't just have one tail, but multiple tails. Are tails on yordles a somewhat common thing nowadays or is it some rare special thing. Also are there any other tailed Yordles I should be aware of in the game already?
D: Keep in mind that League only showcases the champions in Runeterra. Gnar is the only yordle champion with a tail, but there are so many yordles that exist in the world of Runeterra that are not champions and many of them have tails.
Mimir, the Felony Fellow: Could we possibly have some place in the deckbuilder where we could see the card art and flavor text for everything else we can't maindeck? I wanna look at many celestial cards for description or lore reasons and I am never able to.
D: As of Call of the Mountain there is a new filter option in the deck builder that will allow you to see the Celestial cards.
mcfries mcburger: Though LoR has a slowly but surely growing competitive scene (e.g. DoR and serverwide tournaments), are there any plans to eventually have our counterpart to League's Worlds with splits and invitationals and everything?
D: We hope to have esports some day, but right now we have been very focused on making the game as fun as possible. We are focused on listening and learning to the community to be sure we are making the right improvements. We do hope to have in client tournaments and then eventually esports some day, but right now we don't have a specific date for them.
Garnetino: Seeing as there are only so many regions from Map of Runeterra not implemented in game (with 2 new regions a year), what would you do when there are no regions to implement?
D: Right now, our plan is to focus on 10 regions in runeterra. As of Call of the Mountain we have 8.
chrm14: I would like to know how you would like to lead new players to the game, and if you are thinking of creating an official deck creation system on the LoR website, and if there will be a community deck system like on mobalytics.
DC: Thank you for the thoughtful question. It's a problem space we think about, and we know deck creation is a challenging aspect for many players. Deck Bundles were one idea to give players something new they could use early. We don't want to repeat the work of our partners at Mobalytics, but we are thinking about ways to make it easier to bring friends into LoR.
Remake: Since the new patch I've had issues with Asol’s level up. So when I have 20+ power and round ends Sol sometimes just will not level up at all, this has happened in a few of my games where i have had a board 20+ power and he would not level up, any plans to look into this bug?
BL:: I can't speak to the specifics of this bug. But as a neat tidbit about bugs in general: For all bugs they will go through some triage process, including being verified by QA for a consistent repro, heading to production where they decide how impactful the bug is, and finally through engineering where we will of course attempt to fix it. There's a bunch of steps that go in the finding and fixing bugs that makes it a fun process.
Super Lasanh: Do you have plans to bring PVE game modes? Perhaps an event where there is a boss with a gigantic life, of which the community will have to strive to defeat and win prizes.
D: Personally, I would love it if we were able to eventually add some PVE and/or story game modes to LoR. It's something we talk about and hope that we can do at some point, but right now we don't have any specific release date for a PVE mode.
SenseiChroma: If you had a poro in real life, what would you name it?
D: Snack
SenseiChroma: How did you deal with the constructive criticism that most card game fans gave to you from the start of when the game was released? CCG fans of Hearthstone or MTG had made their opinions on your game, so I wonder what your opinions are on such criticism that you've been receiving the past few months.
CW: Constructive criticism is crucial for us to grow and improve the game. We always knew that initial impressions especially from CCG fans were going to be heavily rooted in other games, and that's a totally reasonable starting point. The hope is that as they play and learn more about LoR they're able to see the strengths of what makes the game great.
DC: To add on to the question; One of the areas where LoR's first impression isn't as great is in our rewards (say for Ranked or Gauntlets). In other CCGs, competitive game modes often reward cards. In games where high rarity cards are very hard to get, those rewards look very valuable. So if you just compared rewards like icons or XP to card packs or rare cards, it looks like our rewards aren't motivating. Our philosophy on more accessible cards makes it more challenging to come up with rewards here, and it may take a new player time to see how quickly their collection can grow through the roads and vault to appreciate that difference. We're working on future things we can use as rewards to help with this.
EtherealWonder: Dovagedys I'm sorry, but I have to know the story behind you owing your team a TaySwift song.
D: Honestly, it's a troll perpetrated by some devious people on my team. Once upon a time I was a singer. I'm also a gigantic Taylor Swift fan and I frequently utilize her songs, lyrics, images, and quotes in team communications. I don't really know/remember how the joke of me "owing the team" began.
TSR: A sandbox mode would be incredibly useful to help teach new players and give new scenarios for "puzzle" challenges and the like. Is there any technical limitation that makes this mode impossible to make? Or is this entirely impossible?
BL:: There are some technical implications to this unfortunately. As far as "puzzles" such as tutorials go, I know they can take some scripting for special circumstances, which makes it a large time investment. As far as a sandbox mode goes, there's a few things: exposing the right cheats on non-internal builds, the impact of having potentially infinitely long game times, or what to do about crashes as people try to do things that wouldn't happen in a normal game. We'd also have to contemplate how we load cards into the game at random (Do we need to check against your inventory, are we unloading cards no longer in use appropriately, is this impacting your game performance, etc). So not something I would say is impossible, but would take a decent time investment.
mcfries mcburger: Which poro is your favorite?
D: Nimble Poro. She's totally awesome. Also during development Steve Rubin (Live Balance Design Lead) wrote a short song about Nimble Poro and I will never forget it.
Intrif: Love you Riot(?) <--- Definitely a question
BL:: Oh my, uhm, thank you
IDKhow2Discord: Do you think Quinn is achieving her thematic fantasy right now? Regardless of power level, do you think she feels 'cool' as a champion?
D: I think so. I love Quinn and I'm really happy with her design in LoR. Her level up is one of my favorites.
r xy: how much do you take expeditions into account when designing a card (especially assigning rarity)
CW: They are a soft consideration when it comes to initial design of a card. We usually do a larger pass with Expeditions once we know the general shape of the archetype. Rarity is part of that pass, given rarity helps influence appearance rate.
Callonetta: What's your favorite thing about the player base of LoR? Least favorite? Spill the tea!
DC: Favorite: The dedication to creating a lively, welcoming, and meaningful community space for fans of the game and helping it grow.
Second favorite: The love for Spirit Blossom Corina and recognizing her from the promo art
Least Favorite: I don't know about some of your emote meta hot takes...
CW:
Fave: Y'alls meme game is off the charts and I love it
Least: Not enough love and support for the best bot, Slotbot
D: My favorite thing is the overwhelming positivity of the LoR community. I have been playing games on the internet for a very long time and I have never seen so much positivity in a game community before. It's astounding to me. I am very humbled by and proud of the community we are all building. My least favorite aspect is the hyperbolic language the community sometimes uses when talking about the metagame, segregating decks that have 52% win rate as playable or S tier and decks that have 50% win rate as tier 2, 3, or even unplayable. I think that language and thought pattern leads to the erroneous idea that there are a small number of decks in the LoR metagame, when the reality is that there are 20-35 decks that all have win rates between 47% and 53%.
SenseiChroma: Knowing that in today's time there is a pandemic going on, how did you deal working from home into developing the game as time passes by?
BL:: The pandemic is definitely a hard thing to deal with. I feel pretty lucky myself that Riot does it's best to take care of us during this time. Since I'm at a computer all day for my job, I try to take some time after work (or sometimes during, shh) to take a walk or rest if I need to. Also making sure to stay hydrated, get plenty of rest, do some cool new hobbies, and talk with people when I'm feeling down! Gotta keep up that strong mental energy.
r xy: can we please get an article on how the spell mana system came to be? (and more design articles in general pls) (and less broad pls, the champions article only had like 2 sentences per champion)
CW: That is a great question! No immediate promises, but one thing I personally want to do more is writing design articles for y'all. Knowing what parts of design you want to hear about helps a ton.
SenseiChroma: Was there ever a specific champion that you loved to main and play as in League of Legends that you wished was in LoR?
CW: I keep trying to sneak in Twitch, but the other designers keep too many traps down
Thanks for everyone who partook, and especially a huge thank you to all the Rioters who partook in this AMA! Hope to see you all again soon c:
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2020.08.13 22:21 OB8O Every Legal 4-Letter Word In Scrabble

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KAAL KAAS KABS KACK KADE KADI KAED KAES KAFS KAGO KAGU KAID KAIE KAIF KAIK KAIL KAIM KAIN KAIS KAKA KAKI KAKS KALE KALI KAMA KAME KAMI KANA KANE KANG KANS KANT KAON KAPA KAPH KARA KARK KARN KARO KART KATA KATI KATS KAVA KAWA KAWS KAYO KAYS KAZI KBAR KEAS KEBS KECK KEDS KEEF KEEK KEEL KEEN KEEP KEET KEFS KEGS KEIR KEKS KELL KELP KELT KEMB KEMP KENO KENS KENT KEPI KEPS KEPT KERB KERF KERN KERO KESH KEST KETA KETE KETO KETS KEWL KEYS KHAF KHAN KHAT KHET KHIS KHOR KHUD KIBE KICK KIDS KIEF KIER KIEV KIFF KIFS KIKE KILD KILL KILN KILO KILP KILT KINA KIND KINE KING KINK KINO KINS KIPE KIPP KIPS KIRK KIRN KIRS KISH KISS KIST KITE KITH KITS KIVA KIWI KLAP KLIK KNAG KNAP KNAR KNEE KNEW KNIT KNOB KNOP KNOT KNOW KNUB KNUR KNUT KOAN KOAP KOAS KOBO KOBS KOEL KOFF KOHA KOHL KOIS KOJI KOKA KOLA KOLO KOND KONK KONS KOOK KOPH KOPS KORA KORE KORO KORS KORU KOSS KOTO KOWS KRAB KRIS KSAR KUDO KUDU KUEH KUES KUFI KUIA KUKU KULA KUNA KUNE KURI KURU KUTA KUTI KUTU KUZU KVAS KYAK KYAR KYAT KYBO KYES KYLE KYND KYNE KYPE KYTE KYUS
LABS LACE LACK LACS LACY LADE LADS LADY LAER LAGS LAHS LAIC LAID LAIK LAIN LAIR LAKE LAKH LAKY LALL LAMA LAMB LAME LAMP LAMS LANA LAND LANE LANG LANK LANT LANX LAPS LARD LARE LARI LARK LARN LARS LASE LASH LASS LAST LATE LATH LATI LATS LATU LAUD LAUF LAVA LAVE LAVS LAWK LAWN LAWS LAYS LAZE LAZO LAZY LEAD LEAF LEAK LEAL LEAM LEAN LEAP LEAR LEAS LEAT LECH LEED LEEK LEEP LEER LEES LEET LEFT LEGS LEHR LEIR LEIS LEKE LEKS LEKU LEME LEND LENG LENO LENS LENT LEPS LEPT LERE LERP LESS LEST LETS LEUD LEVA LEVE LEVO LEVY LEWD LEYS LEZZ LIAR LIAS LIBS LICE LICH LICK LIDO LIDS LIED LIEF LIEN LIER LIES LIEU LIFE LIFT LIGS LIKE LILL LILO LILT LILY LIMA LIMB LIME LIMN LIMO LIMP LIMY LIND LINE LING LINK LINN LINO LINS LINT LINY LION LIPA LIPE LIPO LIPS LIRA LIRE LIRI LIRK LISK LISP LIST LITE LITH LITS LITU LIVE LOAD LOAF LOAM LOAN LOBE LOBI LOBO LOBS LOCA LOCH LOCI LOCK LOCO LODE LODS LOFT LOGE LOGO LOGS LOGY LOID LOIN LOIR LOKE LOLL LOMA LOME LONE LONG LOOF LOOK LOOM LOON LOOP LOOR LOOS LOOT LOPE LOPS LORD LORE LORN LORY LOSE LOSH LOSS LOST LOTA LOTE LOTH LOTI LOTO LOTS LOUD LOUN LOUP LOUR LOUS LOUT LOVE LOWE LOWN LOWP LOWS LOWT LOYS LUAU LUBE LUCE LUCK LUDE LUDO LUDS LUES LUFF LUGE LUGS LUIT LUKE LULL LULU LUMA LUMP LUMS LUNA LUNE LUNG LUNK LUNT LUNY LURE LURK LURS LUSH LUSK LUST LUTE LUTZ LUVS LUXE LWEI LYAM LYCH LYES LYME LYMS LYNE LYNX LYRA LYRE LYSE LYTE
MAAR MAAS MABE MACE MACH MACK MACS MADE MADS MAES MAGE MAGG MAGI MAGS MAHA MAID MAIK MAIL MAIM MAIN MAIR MAKE MAKI MAKO MAKS MALA MALE MALI MALL MALM MALS MALT MAMA MAMS MANA MAND MANE MANG MANI MANO MANS MANY MAPS MARA MARC MARD MARE MARG MARK MARL MARM MARS MART MARY MASA MASE MASH MASK MASS MAST MASU MATE MATH MATS MATT MATY MAUD MAUL MAUN MAUT MAWK MAWN MAWR MAWS MAXI MAYA MAYO MAYS MAZE MAZY MEAD MEAL MEAN MEAT MECK MEDS MEED MEEK MEER MEES MEET MEFF MEGA MEGS MEIN MELA MELD MELL MELS MELT MEME MEMO MEMS MEND MENE MENG MENO MENT MENU MEOU MEOW MERC MERE MERI MERK MERL MESA MESE MESH MESS META METE METH METS MEUS MEVE MEWL MEWS MEZE MEZZ MHOS MIBS MICA MICE MICH MICK MICO MICS MIDI MIDS MIEN MIFF MIGG MIGS MIHA MIHI MIKE MILD MILE MILF MILK MILL MILO MILS MILT MIME MINA MIND MINE MING MINI MINK MINO MINT MINX MINY MIPS MIRE MIRI MIRK MIRO MIRS MIRV MIRY MISE MISO MISS MIST MITE MITT MITY MIXT MIXY MIZZ MNAS MOAI MOAN MOAS MOAT MOBE MOBS MOBY MOCH MOCK MOCS MODE MODI MODS MOER MOES MOFO MOGS MOHR MOIL MOIT MOJO MOKE MOKI MOKO MOLA MOLD MOLE MOLL MOLS MOLT MOLY MOME MOMI MOMS MONA MONG MONK MONO MONS MONY MOOD MOOI MOOK MOOL MOON MOOP MOOR MOOS MOOT MOPE MOPS MOPY MORA MORE MORN MORS MORT MOSE MOSH MOSK MOSS MOST MOTE MOTH MOTI MOTS MOTT MOTU MOUE MOUP MOUS MOVE MOWA MOWN MOWS MOXA MOYA MOYL MOYS MOZE MOZO MOZZ MUCH MUCK MUDS MUFF MUGG MUGS MUID MUIL MUIR MULE MULL MUMM MUMP MUMS MUMU MUNG MUNI MUNS MUNT MUON MURA MURE MURK MURL MURR MUSE MUSH MUSK MUSO MUSS MUST MUTE MUTI MUTS MUTT MUZZ MWAH MYAL MYCS MYNA MYTH MYXO MZEE
NAAM NAAN NABE NABK NABS NACH NADA NADS NAFF NAGA NAGS NAIF NAIK NAIL NAIN NALA NAME NAMS NAMU NANA NANE NANG NANS NAOI NAOS NAPA NAPE NAPS NARC NARD NARE NARK NARY NATS NAVE NAVY NAYS NAZE NAZI NEAL NEAP NEAR NEAT NEBS NECK NEDS NEED NEEM NEEP NEFS NEGS NEIF NEKS NEMA NEMN NENE NEON NEPS NERD NERK NESH NESS NEST NETE NETS NETT NEUK NEUM NEVE NEVI NEWS NEWT NEXT NGAI NIBS NICE NICK NIDE NIDI NIDS NIED NIEF NIES NIFE NIFF NIGH NILL NILS NIMB NIMS NINE NIPA NIPS NIRL NISH NISI NITE NITS NIXE NIXY NOAH NOBS NOCK NODE NODI NODS NOEL NOES NOGG NOGS NOIL NOIR NOLE NOLL NOLO NOMA NOME NOMS NONA NONE NONG NONI NOOB NOOK NOON NOOP NOPE NORI NORK NORM NOSE NOSH NOSY NOTA NOTE NOTT NOUL NOUN NOUP NOUS NOUT NOVA NOWL NOWN NOWS NOWT NOWY NOYS NUBS NUDE NUFF NUKE NULL NUMB NUNS NURD NURL NURR NURS NUTS NYAS NYED NYES
OAFS OAKS OAKY OARS OARY OAST OATH OATS OATY OBAS OBES OBEY OBIA OBIS OBIT OBOE OBOL OBOS OCAS OCCY OCHE OCTA ODAH ODAL ODAS ODDS ODEA ODES ODIC ODOR ODSO ODYL OFAY OFFS OFFY OGAM OGEE OGLE OGRE OHED OHIA OHMS OIKS OILS OILY OINK OINT OKAS OKAY OKEH OKES OKRA OKTA OLDE OLDS OLDY OLEA OLEO OLES OLID OLIO OLLA OLMS OLPE OMBU OMEN OMER OMIT OMOV ONCE ONER ONES ONIE ONLY ONOS ONST ONTO ONUS ONYX OOFS OOFY OOHS OOMS OONS OONT OOPS OOSE OOSY OOTS OOZE OOZY OPAH OPAL OPED OPEN OPES OPPO OPTS OPUS ORAD ORAL ORBS ORBY ORCA ORCS ORDO ORDS ORES ORFE ORFS ORGY ORLE ORRA ORTS ORYX ORZO OSAR OSES OSSA OTIC OTTO OUCH OUDS OUKS OULD OULK OUMA OUPA OUPH OUPS OURN OURS OUST OUTS OUZO OVAL OVEL OVEN OVER OVUM OWED OWER OWES OWLS OWLY OWNS OWRE OWSE OWTS OXEN OXER OXES OXID OXIM OYER OYES OYEZ PAAL
PAAN PACA PACE PACK PACO PACS PACT PACY PADI PADS PAGE PAHS PAID PAIK PAIL PAIN PAIR PAIS PALE PALL PALM PALP PALS PALY PAMS PAND PANE PANG PANS PANT PAPA PAPE PAPS PARA PARD PARE PARK PARP PARR PARS PART PASE PASH PASS PAST PATE PATH PATS PATU PATY PAUA PAUL PAVE PAVS PAWA PAWK PAWL PAWN PAWS PAYS PEAG PEAK PEAL PEAN PEAR PEAS PEAT PEBA PECH PECK PECS PEDS PEED PEEK PEEL PEEN PEEP PEER PEES PEGH PEGS PEHS PEIN PEKE PELA PELE PELF PELL PELS PELT PEND PENE PENI PENK PENS PENT PEON PEPO PEPS PERE PERI PERK PERM PERN PERP PERT PERV PESO PEST PETS PEWS PFFT PFUI PHAT PHEW PHIS PHIZ PHOH PHON PHOS PHOT PHUT PIAL PIAN PIAS PICA PICE PICK PICS PIED PIER PIES PIET PIGS PIKA PIKE PIKI PILA PILE PILI PILL PILY PIMA PIMP PINA PINE PING PINK PINS PINT PINY PION PIOY PIPA PIPE PIPI PIPS PIPY PIRL PIRN PIRS PISE PISH PISO PISS PITA PITH PITS PITY PIUM PIXY PIZE PLAN PLAP PLAT PLAY PLEA PLEB PLED PLEW PLEX PLIE PLIM PLOD PLOP PLOT PLOW PLOY PLUE PLUG PLUM PLUS POAS POCK POCO PODS POEM POEP POET POGO POGY POIS POKE POKY POLE POLK POLL POLO POLS POLT POLY POME POMO POMP POMS POND PONE PONG PONK PONS PONT PONY POOD POOF POOH POOK POOL POON POOP POOR POOS POOT POPE POPS PORE PORK PORN PORT PORY POSE POSH POSS POST POSY POTE POTS POTT POUF POUK POUR POUT POWN POWS POXY POZZ PRAD PRAM PRAO PRAT PRAU PRAY PREE PREM PREP PREX PREY PREZ PRIG PRIM PROA PROB PROD PROF PROG PROM PROO PROP PROS PROW PRUH PRYS PSIS PSST PTUI PUBE PUBS PUCE PUCK PUDS PUDU PUER PUFF PUGH PUGS PUHA PUIR PUJA PUKA PUKE PUKU PUKY PULA PULE PULI PULK PULL PULP PULS PULU PULY PUMA PUMP PUMY PUNA PUNG PUNK PUNS PUNT PUNY PUPA PUPS PUPU PURE PURI PURL PURR PURS PUSH PUSS PUTS PUTT PUTZ PUYS PYAS PYAT PYES PYET PYIC PYIN PYNE PYOT PYRE PYRO QADI
QAID QATS QINS QOPH QUAD QUAG QUAI QUAT QUAY QUEP QUEY QUID QUIM QUIN QUIP QUIT QUIZ QUOD QUOP
RABI RACA RACE RACH RACK RACY RADE RADS RAFF RAFT RAGA RAGE RAGG RAGI RAGS RAGU RAHS RAIA RAID RAIK RAIL RAIN RAIS RAIT RAJA RAKE RAKI RAKU RALE RAMI RAMP RAMS RANA RAND RANG RANI RANK RANT RAPE RAPS RAPT RARE RARK RASE RASH RASP RAST RATA RATE RATH RATO RATS RATU RAUN RAVE RAVS RAWN RAWS RAYA RAYS RAZE RAZZ READ REAK REAL REAM REAN REAP REAR REBS RECK RECS REDD REDE REDO REDS REED REEF REEK REEL REEN REES REFS REFT REGO REGS REHS REIF REIK REIN REIS REKE RELY REMS REND RENK RENS RENT RENY REOS REPO REPP REPS RESH REST RETE RETS REVS REWS RHEA RHOS RHUS RIAD RIAL RIAS RIBA RIBS RICE RICH RICK RICY RIDE RIDS RIEL RIEM RIFE RIFF RIFS RIFT RIGG RIGS RILE RILL RIMA RIME RIMS RIMU RIMY RIND RINE RING RINK RINS RIOT RIPE RIPP RIPS RIPT RISE RISK RISP RITE RITS RITT RITZ RIVA RIVE RIVO RIZA ROAD ROAM ROAN ROAR ROBE ROBS ROCH ROCK ROCS RODE RODS ROED ROES ROIL ROIN ROJI ROKE ROKS ROKY ROLE ROLF ROLL ROMA ROMP ROMS RONE RONG RONT RONZ ROOD ROOF ROOK ROOM ROON ROOP ROOS ROOT ROPE ROPY RORE RORT RORY ROSE ROST ROSY ROTA ROTE ROTI ROTL ROTO ROTS ROUE ROUL ROUM ROUP ROUT ROUX ROVE ROWS ROWT RUBE RUBS RUBY RUCK RUCS RUDD RUDE RUDS RUED RUER RUES RUFF RUGA RUGS RUIN RUKH RULE RULY RUME RUMP RUMS RUND RUNE RUNG RUNS RUNT RURP RURU RUSA RUSE RUSH RUSK RUST RUTH RUTS RYAL RYAS RYES RYFE RYKE RYND RYOT RYPE
SAAG SABE SABS SACK SACS SADE SADI SADO SADS SAFE SAFT SAGA SAGE SAGO SAGS SAGY SAIC SAID SAIL SAIM SAIN SAIR SAIS SAKE SAKI SALE SALL SALP SALS SALT SAMA SAME SAMP SAMS SAND SANE SANG SANK SANS SANT SAPS SARD SARI SARK SARS SASH SASS SATE SATI SAUL SAUT SAVE SAVS SAWN SAWS SAXE SAYS SCAB SCAD SCAG SCAM SCAN SCAR SCAT SCAW SCOG SCOP SCOT SCOW SCRY SCUD SCUG SCUL SCUM SCUP SCUR SCUT SCYE SEAL SEAM SEAN SEAR SEAS SEAT SECH SECO SECS SECT SEED SEEK SEEL SEEM SEEN SEEP SEER SEES SEGO SEGS SEIF SEIK SEIL SEIR SEIS SEKT SELD SELE SELF SELL SELS SEME SEMI SENA SEND SENE SENS SENT SEPS SEPT SERA SERE SERF SERK SERR SERS SESE SESH SESS SETA SETS SETT SEWN SEWS SEXT SEXY SEYS SHAD SHAG SHAH SHAM SHAN SHAT SHAW SHAY SHEA SHED SHES SHET SHEW SHIM SHIN SHIP SHIR SHIT SHIV SHMO SHOD SHOE SHOG SHOO SHOP SHOT SHOW SHRI SHUL SHUN SHUT SHWA SIAL SIBB SIBS SICE SICH SICK SICS SIDA SIDE SIDH SIEN SIES SIFT SIGH SIGN SIJO SIKA SIKE SILD SILE SILK SILL SILO SILT SIMA SIMI SIMP SIMS SIND SINE SING SINH SINK SINS SIPE SIPS SIRE SIRI SIRS SISS SIST SITE SITH SITS SITZ SIZE SIZY SJOE SKAG SKAS SKAT SKAW SKEE SKEG SKEN SKEO SKEP SKER SKET SKEW SKID SKIM SKIN SKIO SKIP SKIS SKIT SKOL SKRY SKUA SKUG SKYF SKYR SLAB SLAE SLAG SLAM SLAP SLAT SLAW SLAY SLEB SLED SLEE SLEW SLEY SLID SLIM SLIP SLIT SLOB SLOE SLOG SLOP SLOT SLOW SLUB SLUE SLUG SLUM SLUR SLUT SMEE SMEW SMIR SMIT SMOG SMUG SMUR SMUT SNAB SNAG SNAP SNAR SNAW SNEB SNED SNEE SNIB SNIG SNIP SNIT SNOB SNOD SNOG SNOT SNOW SNUB SNUG SNYE SOAK SOAP SOAR SOBA SOBS SOCA SOCK SOCS SODA SODS SOFA SOFT SOGS SOHO SOHS SOIL SOJA SOKE SOLA SOLD SOLE SOLI SOLO SOLS SOMA SOME SOMS SOMY SONE SONG SONS SOOK SOOL SOOM SOON SOOP SOOT SOPH SOPS SORA SORB SORD SORE SORI SORN SORT SOSS SOTH SOTS SOUK SOUL SOUM SOUP SOUR SOUS SOUT SOVS SOWF SOWL SOWM SOWN SOWP SOWS SOYA SOYS SPAE SPAG SPAM SPAN SPAR SPAS SPAT SPAW SPAY SPAZ SPEC SPED SPEK SPET SPEW SPIC SPIE SPIF SPIK SPIM SPIN SPIT SPIV SPOD SPOT SPRY SPUD SPUE SPUG SPUN SPUR SRIS STAB STAG STAP STAR STAT STAW STAY STED STEM STEN STEP STET STEW STEY STIE STIM STIR STOA STOB STOP STOT STOW STUB STUD STUM STUN STYE SUBA SUBS SUCH SUCK SUDD SUDS SUED SUER SUES SUET SUGH SUGO SUGS SUID SUIT SUKH SUKS SULK SULU SUMO SUMP SUMS SUMY SUNG SUNI SUNK SUNN SUNS SUPE SUPS SUQS SURA SURD SURE SURF SUSS SUSU SWAB SWAD SWAG SWAM SWAN SWAP SWAT SWAY SWEE SWEY SWIG SWIM SWIZ SWOB SWOP SWOT SWUM SYBO SYCE SYED SYEN SYES SYKE SYLI SYNC SYND SYNE SYPE SYPH
TAAL TABI TABS TABU TACE TACH TACK TACO TACT TADS TAED TAEL TAES TAGS TAHA TAHR TAIG TAIL TAIN TAIS TAIT TAKA TAKE TAKI TAKS TAKY TALA TALC TALE TALI TALK TALL TAME TAMP TAMS TANA TANE TANG TANH TANK TANS TAOS TAPA TAPE TAPS TAPU TARA TARE TARN TARO TARP TARS TART TASH TASK TASS TATE TATH TATS TATT TATU TAUS TAUT TAVA TAVS TAWA TAWS TAWT TAXA TAXI TAYS TEAD TEAK TEAL TEAM TEAR TEAS TEAT TECH TECS TEDS TEDY TEED TEEK TEEL TEEM TEEN TEER TEES TEFF TEFS TEGG TEGS TEGU TEHR TEIL TEIN TELA TELD TELE TELL TELS TELT TEME TEMP TEMS TEND TENE TENS TENT TEPA TERF TERM TERN TEST TETE TETH TETS TEWS TEXT THAE THAN THAR THAT THAW THEE THEM THEN THEW THEY THIG THIN THIO THIR THIS THON THOU THRO THRU THUD THUG THUS TIAN TIAR TICE TICH TICK TICS TIDE TIDS TIDY TIED TIER TIES TIFF TIFT TIGE TIGS TIKA TIKE TIKI TIKS TILE TILL TILS TILT TIME TINA TIND TINE TING TINK TINS TINT TINY TIPI TIPS TIPT TIRE TIRL TIRO TIRR TITE TITI TITS TIVY TIZZ TOAD TOBY TOCK TOCO TOCS TODS TODY TOEA TOED TOES TOEY TOFF TOFT TOFU TOGA TOGE TOGS TOHO TOIL TOIT TOKE TOKO TOLA TOLD TOLE TOLL TOLT TOLU TOMB TOME TOMO TOMS TONE TONG TONK TONS TONY TOOK TOOL TOOM TOON TOOT TOPE TOPH TOPI TOPO TOPS TORA TORC TORE TORI TORN TORO TORR TORS TORT TORY TOSA TOSE TOSH TOSS TOST TOTE TOTS TOUK TOUN TOUR TOUT TOWN TOWS TOWT TOWY TOYO TOYS TOZE TRAD TRAM TRAP TRAT TRAY TREE TREF TREK TRES TRET TREW TREY TREZ TRIE TRIG TRIM TRIN TRIO TRIP TROD TROG TRON TROP TROT TROW TROY TRUE TRUG TRYE TRYP TSAR TSKS TUAN TUBA TUBE TUBS TUCK TUFA TUFF TUFT TUGS TUIS TULE TUMP TUMS TUNA TUND TUNE TUNG TUNS TUNY TUPS TURD TURF TURK TURM TURN TUSH TUSK TUTS TUTU TUZZ TWAE TWAL TWAS TWAT TWAY TWEE TWIG TWIN TWIT TWOS TYDE TYED TYEE TYER TYES TYGS TYIN TYKE TYMP TYND TYNE TYPE TYPO TYPP TYPY TYRE TYRO TYTE TZAR
UDAL UDON UDOS UEYS UFOS UGHS UGLY UKES ULAN ULES ULEX ULNA ULUS ULVA UMBO UMMA UMPH UMPS UMPY UMRA UMUS UNAI UNAU UNBE UNCE UNCI UNCO UNDE UNDO UNDY UNIS UNIT UNTO UPAS UPBY UPDO UPGO UPON UPSY UPTA URAO URBS URDE URDS URDY UREA URES URGE URIC URNS URPS URSA URUS URVA USED USER USES UTAS UTES UTIS UTUS UVAE UVAS UVEA
VACS VADE VAES VAGI VAGS VAIL VAIN VAIR VALE VALI VAMP VANE VANG VANS VANT VARA VARE VARS VARY VASA VASE VAST VATS VATU VAUS VAUT VAVS VAWS VEAL VEEP VEER VEES VEGA VEGO VEHM VEIL VEIN VELA VELD VELE VELL VENA VEND VENT VERA VERB VERD VERS VERT VERY VEST VETO VETS VEXT VIAE VIAL VIAS VIBE VIBS VICE VIDE VIDS VIED VIER VIES VIEW VIGA VIGS VILD VILE VILL VIMS VINA VINE VINO VINS VINT VINY VIOL VIRE VIRL VISA VISE VITA VITE VIVA VIVE VIVO VIZY VLEI VLOG VOAR VOES VOID VOIP VOLA VOLE VOLK VOLS VOLT VORS VOTE VOWS VRIL VROT VROU VROW VUGG VUGH VUGS VULN VUMS
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ZACK ZAGS ZANY ZAPS ZARF ZARI ZATI ZEAL ZEAS ZEBU ZEDS ZEES ZEIN ZEKS ZELS ZEPS ZERK ZERO ZEST ZETA ZEZE ZHOS ZIFF ZIGS ZILA ZILL ZIMB ZINC ZINE ZING ZINS ZIPS ZITE ZITI ZITS ZIZZ ZOBO ZOBU ZOEA ZOIC ZOLS ZONA ZONE ZONK ZOOM ZOON ZOOS ZOOT ZORI ZOUK ZULU ZUPA ZURF ZYGA ZYME ZZZS
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2020.06.03 20:15 squareONyt [In Progress] [6340] [Fantasy] Nekomancer Chapters 1 and 2

Hi! I am Brady Keyes and I have been working on this book for the first time. This is Nekomancer, a book that crosses fantasy and anime into a book form. It's mainly about Neko's and Necromancers. The entire book is mainly done, just not checked. So if you did really like this story, I am open to sharing more chapters to get beta read. I hope you enjoy!
Chapter 1
A pale man walks into a bar, he comes here quite often on lonely nights. He often drowns all of his negative thoughts away with a little tipple… a lot of tipples. He’s not an alcoholic though, but he doesn’t know what to do when he’s stressing out. A pretty girl catches his eye, she’s sitting alone with no drinks. He decides to head over to her, he lost his job today so he can’t lose much more. When he gets closer he recognizes that they used to go to high school together.
“Two shots of whiskey please,” he says smiling at the woman.
She giggles, “So, you’re going for this approach?”
“Approach? The only thing I’m going for is you.” he scooches closer. The bartender comes back and fills up two shot glasses. The man grabs one as does the woman. She downs the shot while standing up. She then walks anywhere that’s not there. That explains how this man's life has been going, this man is Matt. He feels insulted as he gives up for the night, and heads back to his apartment. He may not have any self-confidence, but he has the willpower to recover from awkward situations like these.
He was recently fired from his job at a giant corporation. He didn’t do anything to cause this they just had an influx of higher-skilled workers. No job, no money, and no love. At least he has food though. Food is the closest thing to heaven on earth Matt thinks to himself. It can solve all problems. He opens his fridge and is even more heartbroken when he sees that he only has tv dinners. He fixes one together and goes back to his creaky sofa.
In his family, they were always taught that food could solve anything. If you’re arguing, you could interrupt it with food. Going to a meeting or a party, everyone will be happy you brought food. That’s where he gets his thought process. He starts watching his favorite show, ‘Nekomancer.’
The show is about a world of only Neko people, people who have animal ears. The show's main concept is that different leaders are fighting to take power off of the others. The citizens are quite normal, most of them at least. Some aren’t treated as people though. They’re treated as objects, as possessions. Matt has become so into this show for two reasons. The girls and the conflict.
Matt has taken up a stance that everyone, no matter what they are from or how they are raised, deserves everything they can be given. He also hates people who take from others only for their gain. He shuts off the tv and heads to sleep, he has a big day tomorrow. He hopes at least, to find a new job.
Dreams. Weird places, they have to be caused by something. There’s no way we dream just for fun, it must foresee something important he thinks to himself. One time when he was younger he had a dream about a hamster invasion, and the next day his family bought him two hamsters. Well… one. The other one just kinda showed up. He dreams of helping others, not all at once but one at a time. Getting to know them, and improving their lives. He doesn’t remember anything else from that night, he must’ve slept well.
When he awakes from his hibernation he heads back to his kitchen to make himself breakfast. He looks on the back of the cereal box and sees a sweepstake to demo a new gaming headset. Matt has way too much optimism for someone that has just got fired, but he decides to try his luck anyway.
“If you’re ever feeling down in the dumps, we have the cure! At Queens Animus, we have a virtual escape to a better land. A new life! A chance to change the cards you’ve been dealt with. Call this number for a chance at our sweepstakes!” the back of the box reads.
It sounds like something a cult would say to advertise to get members semi-secretly. Matt calls the number and leaves a voicemail, then he heads out trying to find a new job. He has an associate's degree in technology so finding a job might be easier than others. He thought wrong. Big businesses, small businesses, he applies for many. After multiple hours of putting in applications, he heads home and awaits any calls. When he arrives back at home all is still. No movement, no noise, no voicemails. He hasn’t had a day off in a week so he decides he can take the rest of today off as a break. Plus he has to wait for the phone calls to return anyways. Back to the tv.
Matt watches another episode of Nekomancer, he is a few episodes behind so he can catch up tonight. In the first episode, the protagonist helps others get food and supplies that they can’t usually afford. Clothes, snacks, blankets. Meanwhile, the war for power between two of the leaders rages on, while the other power secretly takes away from the others. Money, soldiers, energy. Any way to weaken their opponents. Complicated stuff, that you’d have to pay attention to notice. Powerful people are usually sneaky as Matt has learned.
In the second episode, three new powerful entities rise, and enemies are forced to work together. It says something about that happening in the next series though.
Ring, ring, ring. His phone starts ringing.
“Hello?” Matt picks up.
“Hi. Here at Prod Technologies we have looked over your application and have recognized you are fit for the job. Your interview is tomorrow at two. Thanks for your time,” the Automated Voice message ends.
Matt hangs up the phone and heads to sleep immediately. He has to nail this interview, this job pays well. It pays $15 an hour compared to his $12 an hour former job. He struggles to fall asleep due to being nervous, but he eventually manages. Prod Technologies is a huge corporation, so of course, they would have an automated message alert people. They deal with technology advancements, when something new comes out they’re the ones who are at the lead of the project.
He gets the job and nails the interview just like he planned. He keeps telling himself it’s because he’s awesome, even though he practiced in front of a mirror for three hours. He starts Monday, which is three days from now. So, he heads home and relaxes with some tv till the time comes.
In today's episode of Nekomancer, it deals with a guy willing to do anything to get away from mundane life. The man goes into witchcraft, drugs, and eventually joins a cult. You have to be pretty desperate to go that far just because of a boring life. Wait, he’s never put two and two together.
The people who direct and create this show call themself Kings Animus. He looks up their assets and parent company to see that they are owned by a corporation called Sect of Storge. He looks up what Storge means and it’s love in greek. A name-based off of religion, odd. He looks up what other companies this Sect of Storge owns and it’s astounding.
They own news companies, sports teams, and many entertainment franchises. They also own Queen's Animus, who made the sweepstakes on the back of the cereal box. Ring, ring, ring. The call cuts immediately and goes to a voicemail.
It’s a deep-voiced man with a Superman Esque sounding voice.
“Congratulations! You have been chosen along with three others to win a chance at a new life. In virtual gaming, of course! At noon tomorrow come down to Queens Animus on Charles Street and claim your prize!” the voicemail cuts abruptly. Wow, everything's turning up Matt.
At precisely 11 a.m. Matt walks down to Queens Animus, he sees many cars parked outside. The building resembles a mini-hotel, it has many floors with giant windows in each one. The lobby is as lavish as a castle Matt renounces. A man in a suit approaches Matt glowingly.
“Hello, hello, hello to one of our lucky winners! I’m Carlisle,” he says gripping onto Matt’s shoulder.
“Uh, hello. Thanks for inviting me,” Matt says.
“No need to thank me. Thank you for coming. This is your reward for supporting us by buying our cereal. I know that you also like our show Nekomancer, so I took the liberty of grabbing you a limited edition shirt,” he shoves the shirt into Matt's chest. “The other two winners are already playing, so in that room down the hall is where you’ll be heading. Have fun!”
Matt goes back into the room and it’s a giant chair with screens around it. It also has a hat that resembles a helmet with a VR headset attached to it. The room is very happily decorated with small action figures and posters, everything the gamer stereotype follows. A loudspeaker beeps and a woman's soft voice comes on.
“Hello there, welcome to our tower, Matt. Today you will be playing a game catered to you in specific. Today's game is about a popular show named “Nekomancer”, but we’ve taken the liberty to take out everything you’ve disliked about it. We hope you enjoy it!” the loudspeaker clicks off.
“Wait, this was catered to MY needs? How do they know what I want, and don’t want? How did Carlisle know I liked Nekomancer, and how do they know what I don’t like about the show?” Matt whispers to himself as he’s sitting in the chair. The instructions explain to him that he must strap his stomach into the machine to avoid falling off, apparently the ‘headset’ moves. This is more of a shiny metal chair than it is a headset, but he digresses.
He locks himself in and prepares to be amazed. He waits… nothing happens. The screen never turns on, the chair never moves. He just sits there and waits for a few moments but nothing happens.
“Uh, hello? Your machine’s not working. It’s not on. Hello?” Matt shouts but keeps his cool. He takes off the headset to see that he’s not in the same room anymore. He went from that happy professional gaming room to a room that resembles his bedroom. There’s his bed, his bookshelf, his couch. Matt points out everything as he explores this new area. Somethings very off with it though, besides for the fact that it imitates his room perfectly.
As Matt searches through this area he notices that everything seems very out of date. His fridge was replaced with an icebox, and his tv was replaced by a fish tank. He panics and doesn’t know what to do. He fears the worst of what this sketchy company has done with him, he’s taken off their invention and has ended up somewhere else. He’s been given a new opportunity, whatever that means.
He reaches into his pocket for his phone to discover it’s not there. He runs out of the house to go to his neighbors.
“We’re not in Connecticut anymore…” Matt panics. He is on the steepest mountain he can see around, there is a spiraling stone staircase leading down to a village down below. The air up here is wicked but somehow soft at the same time. It’s also just the right mix between hot and cold. There are cut stone houses at the bottom with people walking around in small groups. There are different areas of towns and Matt doesn’t recognize anything anywhere. He looks around to see that he is on an island now. How did he end up here?
Matt walks back to his living room to sit down and assess his situation. When he got there, a woman lying on his couch had passed out. She has reddish-brown hair with a little ribbon holding some of it up. She is wearing the generic black and white maid outfit with black high heels on. She looks normal overall, well almost normal. She has very realistic cat-like ears and a cat-like tail, with very big animated eyes. Besides that, she looks like a normal person though.
“H-h-hello there,” Matt wakes her up by shaking her shoulder. She sits up and yawns, rubbing her eyes.
“Yawn! Hai!” she screams diving into Matt hugging him.
“Wah?”
“I’ve been waiting for you to arrive.”
“Waiting. For me?”
“Well, of course. I was told our new leader was arriving, and I was his Neko,” she says while her eyes light up.
“Leader? Who am I supposedly leading?”
“Well… us of course. The Nekos. The Mirstone district at least. I know you’ve just arrived, and I’m supposed to teach you about our wonderful island. Oh, I’m Bonnie, and this is Domi Island.”
“Nice...to meet you, Bonnie,” Matt tries to stay calm. “Can you...explain to me what is going on?”
“What do you mean?” she asks confusedly.
“What is Domi Island? Who told you to wait for me?”
She looks down at the ground. “I-I don’t know who told me. I just remember talking to someone, and they told me to wait for you. That’s all I remember.”
“Well, what’s Domi Island?”
“Look. I don’t want to bore you with all the details. We could do this in a boring way… but I want to do it the fun way. Let’s go down to Mirstone and I’ll show you around.”
“Wah? Well, I guess that is the best course of action.”
“Yipee! I get free ice cream from Femi. You’ll love it!” Bonnie starts to speak and doesn’t stop the entire trek down. She talks about all of the people and places down in town that she wants Matt to go to.
“You’ll love Femi, she’s so fun to talk to! She seems to get nervous around well-known people though. There are libraries, restaurants. Everything you could need is somewhere on the island. You lead this middle district, Mirstone. There’s Grimsby to the left, and there's Emelle to the right. I don’t want to overwhelm you right now, so we can talk about them later on.”
Bonnie skips down the stairs as Matt trudges behind. They arrive down in Mirstone and Matt notices something amazing, everyone here is Neko.
To his left, there are benches and swings where Neko kids are playing. To his right, there are parks where adult Neko guys and girls are hanging out. They trudge on ahead of them following the dirt paths to where Matt assumes is the market district. There are no roads or cars, only paths, and each store looks the same.
There are many small buildings that all have two windows, one door, and are all the same size. The only variants between them are the colors, signs, and decorations hung outside. Bonnie skips over to a stand between the shops that has a sign over it that says Femi’s Cafe.
“Hai Femi!” Bonnie screeches.
“Hello B-” Femi starts and then stops. She glances over to Matt and stops speaking on the spot like she’s seen a ghost.
“Hey Femi, I’m Matt,” Matt says, breaking the awkwardness.
“Uh… Hi, Master. Did you come for ice cream?” Femi asks.
“Master?” Matt is caught off guard, “I’m just Matt.”
“Femi, we’ll just take my usual,” Bonnie chips in.
“Of course,” she turns around and opens the lid over the cooler. She scoops out three scoops of multicolored ice cream. She puts them in a cone and hands them to Matt and Bonnie, at least the food seems normal. Matt and Bonnie walk around eating the ice cream for a little while, explaining everything he needs to know about Domi Island. Matt is enjoying the ice cream, up until something moves inside of it...
Chapter 2
“Yes, there are three other districts.” Bonnie speaks between licking the ice cream, “Two of them have leaders, Emelle and Grimsby are their names. Newbury is mostly just open land, and wild animals though.”
As Bonnie continues to speak Matt looks down at his ice cream, the top scoop is strawberry with small strawberry chunks in it. It is frozen solid, so it’s been in the freezer for a long time. Somehow, though it still takes good. As Matt is looking at it, it starts wobbling, it wobbles more. Why is my ice cream wobbling? Matt thinks to himself. It continues to shake for a little while, Matt decides not to stress and continues to lick it.
“You lead us here in Mirstone. This is your town, you are supposed to protect us,” Bonnie speaks admiringly.
“Well, that’ll take some getting used to,” Matt exhales as his ice cream shakes even more.
“Wah? Oh my god! Stay here Matt, I have to go see her.” Bonnie screams running into a store without telling him anything. Wobble, wobble. It continues to shake, Matt decides to take a bite into the ice cream.
“Ahh,” a very quiet scream erupts from his treat as a small hand pokes through.
“Wah?” Matt puts his finger by the hand and it grips onto it. Another small hand emerges, it pulls on his finger. After a moment a small body pulls itself out as well. There was a small Neko girl in his ice cream! It climbs out onto his hand and starts wiping herself off, halfway through she stops and starts staring at Matt. She has pink hair in a ponytail and is wearing a small pink dress. She is the exact shade as the ice cream she crawled out of. What should I do? Matt thinks.
“Hey there, little buddy. Can you speak?” Matt asks her, she just stares at him. “Do you need help? Why were you in the ice cream? Shake your head if you can hear me,” She just stares. Master puts out his finger and puts it towards her. She looks at it for a moment, before gripping onto it.
“Woah! Matt, you’ve got an EoFoo!” Bonnie shouts amazed as she comes back from wherever she went.
“An EoFoo?”
“Yes, these little guys come out of food. Oh yeah… no one told you did they?”
“Tell me what?”
“Once you find an EoFoo… they are now your responsibility.”
“What? My responsibility. This girl can make decisions for herself!”
“Well… they form out of the food they are in. At least that’s what we’ve been told. There are books in the library about them, you should read up!” The EoFoo does look truly helpless, Matt and Bonnie start heading back to Matt's house with their new friend.
When they get there Matt sits down the EoFoo on the table and helps Bonnie put away some of the things she’s bought. Cups, pillows, dresses. No one knows where Bonnie gets all of her money for this stuff. A few minutes later Matt glances back at his EoFoo, it is still in the same place. Staring at Matt for no reason, well she does have a reason. They finish putting everything away after around ten minutes, Matt's EoFoo has just been in the same spot. Standing and staring, does she have nothing better to do? Matt puts a pencil and paper in front of her, she just stares at Matt still. Matt hands her a small piece of candy, she grips it and then hides it behind her. She wants to save it for later. Matt opens his hand and the EoFoo gives him back the candy. She thought that is what he wanted.
“Matt, there's a contest going on right now that the winner gets a full box of sizzu!” Bonnie exclaims.
“Ok? Do you want to enter? Also whats Sizzu?”
“Of course I want to enter! A Sizzu is a small little candy that you lick and it tastes amazing! The problem is that they are so expensive, it’s like two hundred Miki for a single one, but they do regenerate forever.”
“What do we have to do?”
“We have to… paint cute faces onto rocks!
“Wah? Really? That’s it?”
“Yup, whoever has the best-looking rock wins!”
“Alright, let's get started!” Matt exclaims. They pick up two of the smoothest rocks they could find and then head down to the market district. Hey, pick up some googly eyes, sparkly tubes, paint, and a thimble for a hat. They spend a little over an hour on the rocks.
“So, not bad huh?” Matt jokes.
“Yeah, I hope we win at least.”
“Alright, I’m going to go down to the library.”
“Ok, I’ll have dinner ready when you get back,” Bonnie shouts back. Matt picks up a snack and heads to town, he should’ve asked where the library was. After some exploring he finally finds it, it’s an old brick building with bookshelves filled up completely to the ceiling. Matt approaches the librarian, she has on a black and white polka dot shirt, with some normal work pants on. She has brown hair in a ponytail, and overall she looks very professional.
“Excuse me, I’m looking for books on EoFoos?” Matt asks.
“Aisle three, on the second shelf,” she speaks. Matt thanks her and heads to the aisle, he reads up on books for a few hours. There isn’t much to EoFoos, but Matt now knows all he needs to know. At Least there's not much written down, they didn’t seem to intent on doing a lot of research. It’s dark out now so Matt decides to head home. When he gets there Bonnie is at the door waiting.
“Hai! Food is done,” Bonnie shouts. Master heads to the dining room and when he gets there his EoFoo is still in the same place. She’s just standing there, the books said nothing about them just standing there. They’re supposed to jump and play around, but this one is just standing there. Master and Bonnie start to eat, steak, eggs, and salad.
Matt starts to think about some of the things the researchers did, and how little they seemed to care. Some of the information even seems wrong, but what does Matt know? The main thing about EoFoos is that they are almost always awake, getting very little hours of sleep. They seem to be on edge if not in their habitat, the books don’t explain that fully though. They also need very little maintenance, which is a great thing for Matt. He just has to get her a habitat somehow.
“Bonnie, where did you get all of this,” Matt refers to the food.
“The shopping district, silly.”
“What I meant was where did you get all of the money to buy it?”
“Well, I bought the ingredients for the salad from the market, but I didn’t buy the steak or eggs.”
“Wah? Where did you get them then?”
“Down in Newbury, I have some chicken friends, and my sister works in the market as a butcher,” she skips over to the sink.
“You’re sister? Chicken friends?”
“Yeah, DeMarcus and Lily. We can go meet them one day if you’d like. DeMarcus is hilarious, but he has a very annoying voice. Just be warned!” she jokes.
Matt shakes his head, as he finishes his food. Matt’s EoFoo walks over to his drink and raises her hands to the sky, I think she wants to be picked up. Matt lays out his hand and the EoFoo climbs onto it, Matt raises his hand into the air. The EoFoos eyes light up and she jumps off of his hand into his drink. She starts swimming and playing around in the water. Matt lets her do what she wants and heads off to his bed. After a few moments, Bonnie stalks in and lays in the bed beside him. He was going to say something but realizes just to leave it alone. Matt falls asleep a little later.
When Matt wakes up Bonnie has breakfast ready, his toothbrush out, and clotheslined out. I can get used to this, Matt thinks. Right then he realizes all of his clothes from where he’s from also are here. Gaming shirts, anime shirts, and even his name brand stuff. When he goes out to the kitchen his EoFoo stopped playing in the cup. She seems irritated with her environment, she must want a new one. She rises to the top and stares at Matt. Matt puts his finger out towards her, she backs away back into the liquid. She seems like she’s crying. Matt then remembers something.
“Bonnie, don’t EoFoos live inside of food items?” Matt asks.
“Well, yes, but they all have certain wants in the food. Wherever you found one is where it probably wants to be, seeing how it chose to live there,” Bonnie explains.
“Ice cream? Isn’t that cold for them?”
“Of course, she likes it though. Or else she would’ve chosen somewhere else.” Bonnie tells Matt. That doesn’t add up though, because the EoFoo blends in with her food. Was she born in the food? Did she evolve with the food? This hurts his brain.
“Well, let's go get some ice cream, Bonnie. We’ll bring some back for her,” Matt suggests as he and Bonnie walk out the door. They head back down to Femi’s and order some ice cream. They get the same thing as last time.
“So, you got an EoFoo from your ice cream last time? Wicked!” Femi exclaims.
“Yeah, that’s why we’re here. To get more ice cream, hopefully not more EoFoos.”
“On the bright side, they’re pretty rare. About one in fifty foods have an EoFoo. Another random fact is about one in one hundred EoFoos ends up getting eaten.”
“Ew! You’d think you’d be able to taste them.”
“Oh, you can. They’re not Sizzu,” Femi giggles. “Did they announce the winners for the Sizzu yet?”
“They’re supposed to be doing it in a few minutes.”
“Attention! The winner of this week's contest is… Bonniebell!”
“Wah? Did I win? Yipee!” Bonnie gets handed a small box. It’s a blue and pink tie-dye box. Bonnie opens it up and a trumpet of laughs echo out of it. Inside the box, there are six small people, but their hair feels like lollipops.
“Wah? Bonnie! I thought you said candy?” Matt panics.
“Mmhmm, look,” Bonnie says taking one out. She puts the person in her mouth like a lollipop and eventually takes them out. Their hair is no longer there, but Matt can see it’s growing back fast. The small person seems to be happy at least. The back of the box says that Neoms love these things.
Neoms are the most common Neko here. They make up every talking Neko he has met so far. They run the stores, live in the houses, and make up the general population. That’s what Bonnie is. A Relaonone is pretty similar to Neoms on most accounts. It says that most have to change ages after they reach adulthood though. When everyone else becomes adults they keep aging to become older. With Relaonones though once they reach a certain age they become younger. Their bodies do this as a defense mechanism, which keeps them from dying of old age. This seems to happen between the ages of around eighteen and twenty-six.
Before they head home Matt remembers something he read in a book, the book was only six pages long and was all the information the library had on them. The Hana. The book referred to them as “Sushi People”, which isn’t wrong. They are literal rolls of people. They aren’t actual sushi though, they’re body just resembles it. They are also sold in stores. This infuriates Matt, so he heads over to the store. He doesn’t plan on making a scene, but he just wants to see if it’s true.
It’s a small store that looks just like every other one on this island, it’s simply called the 12/5 shop. Open five days a week, twelve hours a day. What happens to the living people inside the shop when the store isn’t open? Matt and Bonnie head inside and look around. The shop looks very similar to every store back where he’s from. The counter, the racks, even the floors. After a few moments of looking around, they couldn’t find them, so Matt asked the cashier.
“Excuse me, where can I find the Hana?” Matt asks.
“Leader? Wah? Why would someone of your standards want a Hana?”
“What’s wrong with wanting a Hana?”
“Well… nothing is wrong with it. Over here…” the cashier brings Matt to a pile of sleeping bags beside the jars.
“Why is she bringing me...wait… don’t tell me those are the Hana,” Matt things to himself. They are wrapped in some silky material completely, to the point where none of their bodies are exposed. They look just like sleeping bags, but instead of being a long skinny shape, they are the exact opposite.
When Matt lays his hand on one eye's pop out, yes through the casing. Matt goes through laying his hand on all of them, all of them seem caught off guard like no one has been over here in a long time. Matt also notices that everything here has at least a few things bought from it, except the Hana. The Hana is fully stocked. They have cut the price in half because no one buys them.
“Excuse me, where do they go during the weekend?” Matt asks.
“The Hana? They… stay there? Where else would they go?”
“W-w-well… they might want to move… do they eat?”
“We feed them daily during the week,” the cashier says confidently. Matt can’t believe what he’s hearing. He can’t believe people have been groomed over centuries to think like this. Matt starts to head home angered by this experience. How is this legal? He will put an end to that. Matt heads back home and gives his EoFoo the ice cream. She digs down into it the way a dog digs a hole until she is fully submerged in ice cream. Matt waits there for a few moments until she swims back up. She forces her way to the surface and grips onto Matt's finger before going back to playing in her ice cream. Matt wonders why they seem so happy about the foods they live in, do they eat it?
“Bonnie, how can I get some money?” Matt asks.
“Well, I still don’t understand what you mean by money. We use Miki!” Bonnie screeches.
“Miki?” Matt asks as Bonnie brings out a small cage that was attached to her belt. Oh no. Don’t tell me those are Miki. It’s a cage the size of a gift bag that has multiple small people locked inside of it. They look just like normal people, except for the fact they are the size of your palm or smaller. Their bodies are insanely small, but their heads are a little bigger than their entire body.
“Wah? Bonnie! Those are people.”
“No, these are Miki.”
“You keep them in that cage all day?”
“What do you do?”
“We use paper.”
“Paper, that’s inefficient. It’ll shrivel up in the water.”
“They’ll drown in the water!”
“Well Matt, I don’t know what to tell you. If you have a problem with our Miki, you’ll have to take it up with Krysti,” Bonnie says while opening the latch on the top of the cage. She lays her hand out and one of the Miki hop onto it, she picks him up out of the cage as he sits there legs out. She takes out a graham cracker in the shape of a fish, out of a small pouch of treats. She puts it towards him and he takes it, but he has to use his entire body to hold it up since it’s the same size as him. He puts the corner of it in his mouth and starts eating it, it takes the little guy twenty minutes to eat the treat. Which now that Matt thinks about it isn’t that much since it's the same size as him. So if Matt had to eat something the same size as him it would take much longer.
“So to get Miki. For starters, every citizen of Mirstone gets two Miki daily down at Glammo. That was set up by our last Master. You can also just ask around in town. Ooh, and I have a fun one. You can go to the Ko shop downtown and ask if you can search for Ekos,” Bonnie recommends. Eko’s are a subspecies of Miki or Prods, which are just people that are the size of your hand. A Ko is a small person that has a mental disease which causes them to think they are inanimate objects, this happens in about one in every eight of them. They often will lay down like a carpet, sit in a cupboard with cups, and most popularly hang around like cameras. That is what an Eko is, for some reason the majority of Kos tend to think they are cameras. The Ko store is offering four Miki for each Ko discovered, people hang them around like cameras to gain information on others. On the surface the Kos are harmless, but the thing is they won’t feed themselves. If no one feeds them they will sit there and starve, thinking they can not move to feed themselves. There was nothing about why they think this, Matt intends to find out one day.
Matt heads down to the booth titled “Glammo'' in town, he never learns what Glammo means. When he gets there, there's a sign that says ‘tap on the window’, so he obliges. When he does two eyes peek through blinds shortly before disappearing. Next, a tray slides out that has a small cage and a note attached. The note reads “Daily Two Miki For Matt.” He looks inside the cage and does indeed see two small people, their eyes look as bewildered as if this was their first time seeing anything. There are one male and one female, the male is wearing plain blue shorts with a black shirt that has a skull on it. His green eyes are glistening as he stares at Matt, he also has dark black hair. The female Miki has brown hair that hangs down to her shoulder, she has on a small pink dress that shakes as she looks around. They seem so innocent, how can they be ok keeping these little fellas in cages all day.
They deserve a chance at life, right? Well, I guess if they’ve been putting them like this for many years it most likely feels normal. We’ve been doing the same to animals, putting them in cages. Matt decides that it is still wrong, and he will find a way to put an end to this. Matt goes off to Femi’s and asks if she has any work for him.
“Hey, Femi. You don’t happen to need anything done around here would you?” Matt tries to be charismatic.
“Wah? Not any work that would suit someone like you, Matt.”
“Anything will do Femi, I’m a little short on Miki.”
“Well, if you insist I have a silly task for you. I hope it’s just a silly task at least. I’ve been hearing very quiet whimpers coming from the alley between my stand and the shop to the left of us. Can you check it out and make sure no one needs any help?”
“Of course, I used to dream of being a detective when I was younger.”
Matt giggles as he struts back to the desired location, he looks around and doesn’t see anything. After a few moments of looking around the tight alleyway he doesn’t see anything, so he turns around and starts to head back. He then hears a quiet whimper. He looks around but doesn’t see anyone. Another whimper is heard, he starts searching through the grass and rocks. Nothing.
Whimper. He looks down at the ground beside his feet and sees a shattered jar. He reaches down and attempts to pick it up. When his hand grips onto it a very small figure runs towards him and jumps onto the glass trying to hold it down. The way he wobbled over was cute, he tried to run as fast as he could. You could tell he was determined, but it was pointless anyway. This is him letting me know that this is his jar, he knows he can’t keep it away from me if I wanted it, but he loves his jar. It’s a very small guy that is around five inches tall, he has black hair and blue eyes. He doesn’t have a shirt on and is wearing blue shorts. His expression shows that he is very scared, but his eyes look irritated.
He launches his body onto the jar trying to protect it, once Matt locks eyes with him his eyes open wide and tears drip out. He rolls off of the jar and waddles back to a hole in the wall defeated. As he’s running back to the mouse hole Matt notices a rock that has a weird face painted onto it. He picks it up to notice a bird-like face on it that resembles the irritated expression that the little guy always portrays.
This little guy happens to be one of the few species on this planet that isn’t Neko. He’s a Prod. A Prod is a small person that can fit in the palm of your hand, they are what Nekos keep as decorations for their houses. They sneak into people's house for shelter, since they can’t survive outside by themselves. They’re the rodents of Domi Island. They panic if they don’t have a jar to live in and a toy to keep themselves occupied with. This Prods jar happens to be broke and his toy seems to be this rock.
How is Matt going to get this little guy out of the mouse hole?
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2020.04.13 01:48 JF_112 [THREAD] All my Leafs video clips since the start of the quarantine

I can’t believe this series is now done after dedicating the last four months or so to posting one highlight a day on this page. Thank you everyone who sent in submissions throughout and checked out the posts! Whether this is your first time here or have seen them all, this wouldn’t have been possible without your support. Although it started around the time of some tough circumstances, I hope this put a smile on your face as you waited patiently for hockey to come back!
The series began on March 15th, 2020 and ended on August 1st, 2020.
EDIT: This series is set to conclude on August 1st, the day before the Leafs return to the ice! So if you haven’t already, please send me your suggestions for what you would like me to share!!
Hey guys!
A lot of you have enjoyed the series of videos I have been posting each day for the last few weeks and I am very appreciative of that. As the series progresses, it will inevitably be harder to keep track of everything I've posted.
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"One old Leafs highlight a day"
Matthews GWG in last game before pause
Leafs Blackwaks wild ending (2018)
Hagman's nifty shootout goal
Green 2OT goal vs Flyers
Kaberle OT goal vs. Flyers
Matthews' second career hat trick
Franson hip-checks Crosby by accident
Berezin OT winner vs. Penguins
Belak fights Janssen
Campbell goalline save vs. Sharks
Kessel's first even-strength goal vs. Bruins
Marner scores 7 seconds into afternoon game
JVR scores 4 seconds into the period
Barrie's first goal as a Leaf
Sundin's late goal vs. Senators (2004 playoffs)
Martin hits Petry, then two fights break out vs. Canadiens
Marner's nifty SO goal
Gartner sets Fastest Skater record at 1996 All-Star Game
Clark scores in his first game back as a Leaf
Grabovski's other spin-o-rama SO goal
Moore's first NHL goal
Nylander scores OT winner on a penalty shot
Gartner OT winner vs Sharks
Reimer stops four quality shots vs. Canucks
Hagman's dangle goal vs. Panthers
Blake's spin-o-rama SO goal
Grabovski's crazy scoring attempt
Lupul scores and breaks the net camera
Matthews OT winner vs. Canadiens
Marner's penalty shot playoff goal
Kadri's GW SO goal on Brodeur
Tavares revealed as 25th Leafs captain
Matthews reveals a Marleau All-Star jersey
Muzzin's hit on Krug
Bozak's SH playoff goal vs. Bruins
Raymond's spin-o-rama shootout goal
JVR deflects the puck to himself before scoring
Scrivens glove stop on Steen
Connolly scores OT winner on Ward
Cross OT winner vs. Senators
Nylander's between-the-legs goal
Marleau's first goal as a Leaf
Kadri slick move to set up Franson goal
MacArthur GWG vs. Bruins
Steckel SH breakaway goal vs. Capitals
Ennis nifty goal vs. Blue Jackets
Rielly bank pass to set up Gardiner goal
Leafs beat the Hurricanes 8-1
Soshnikov's first NHL goal
Kessel scores from behind the goal line
Kapanen's first NHL goal
Bozak's SO winner in 2014 Winter Classic
Marner's first NHL goal
Matthews OT winner vs. Blackhawks
Potvin glove save during 1994 playoffs
Marner between-the-legs goal vs. Sharks
Marincin highlight-reel goal vs. Canucks
Kessel blows past two Devils defenders for a goal
Berezin nifty goal vs. Canadiens
Dermott and Holl's first NHL goals
Bernier glove save on Hornqvist
Tavares' first goal vs. Islanders
Crabb SH goal vs. Sabres
Grabner's butt-goal
Johnsson's hat trick vs. Flyers
Leafs five-goal comeback late in third vs. Rangers
Phaneuf hit on Anisimov
Bozak 5-on-3 SH goal vs. Devils
Frattin beats the buzzer for OT goal
Schenn coast-to-coast goal vs. Bruins
Bozak's first NHL goal
Kessel rocket goal vs Panthers
Gardiner solo effort vs. Lightning
Matthews deke goal vs. Sabres
Grabovski spin-o-rama SO goal vs. Blues
Paul Ranger's shootout attempt
Clark knocks off Joseph's mask (Mods deleted this one)
Joseph accidentally trips referee
Grabovski splits the D for GWG
Quinn hit on Bobby Orr
Hyman breakaway playoff goal vs. Bruins
Sundin's 1000th career point
Kulemin demolishes Kaleta
Leafs beat Thrashers 9-3
Lombardi scores in his first game in nearly a year
Valk OT winner vs Penguins
Hainsey SH goal vs. Canucks
Reimer pad stop vs. Devils
Komarov SH blast vs. Avalanche
Rielly end-to-end goal vs. Oilers
Leafs score three goals in 23 seconds (1979 playoffs)
Domi shootout goal in the preseason
Clark hat trick goal vs Kings
Nylander tying goal vs Capitals
Marner slows down Ovechkin in OT
Reimer save on Bergeron
Tucker takes on Senators bench
Marner blocks two Pastrnak shots
Domi fights a Flyers fan
Matthews "good goal" celebration
JVR skilled goal vs. Bruins
Matthews behind-the-net pass sets up Komarov goal
McDonald goal vs Islanders
Tavares salutes Leafs fans prior to a game
Nieuwendyk beats Lalime twice from a similar spot
Sundin's return to Toronto
Matthews scores off crazy bounce vs. Capitals
Gardiner playoff goal from 2013
Leafs honour Burke's son with a blowout win
Lupul end-to-end goal vs. Hurricanes
Roberts triple OT goal vs. Senators
Andersen's goal-line save vs. Capitals
Clark fights McSorley
Gilmour's wraparound 2OT goal vs. Blues
Thomas OT goal vs Senators from 2000
Sundin OT goal vs. Senators from 2001
Mikheyev's goal breaks the net cam
Kaberle goes 4/4 in Accuracy Shooting
Thomas and Sundin late goals vs. Flyers
Kapanen SH goal vs Bruins
Tucker hit on Sami Kapanen
Sundin late goal vs. Hurricanes
Potvin vs. Hextall goalie fight
Kadri hits and Matthews goal sequence
Brent's monster PK shift
Gustavsson two-on-none save vs. Red Wings
Bozak's OT winner in Game 3 vs. Capitals
Kadri outmuscles McDavid for OT goal
Borschevsky's Game 7 OT winner vs Red Wings
Sittler's 10-point game vs. Bruins
Sundin's 500th career goal
Leafs 2017 playoff clincher vs. Penguins
Matthews' NHL debut
Andersen stick save vs. Bruins
Kapanen's goal in 2OT vs. Capitals
Muzzin sequence vs. Ducks
Leafs vs. Sabres brawl from 2013
Matthews Centennial Classic OT Winner
Leafs score 3 goals in less than a minute vs. Hurricanes
Matthews' OT winner vs. Sabres

"Thinking about..." series
Marner gets stick from Bobby Hasting before setting up a Tavares goal
Marner and Martin smelling salts
Marner dekes out Reimer for a goal
Nylander pass to Matthews
Phaneuf hit on Da Costa
Moore hit on Chara
Marner getting puck stuck in his skates
Matthews tossing stick to Rielly
Matthews dangles at 2016 WCOH
Andersen hitting Connolly
Brown fight vs. Newbury
Matthews, Marner, Nylander, and Hyman at Christmas market
Moore breakaway without a stick

Bonus clips
Komarov and Williams' hilarious faceoff battle
Grabovski OT winner vs. Canadiens
Clark walking around Toronto
Domi fights two players simultaneously
Gretzky and Sundin McDonalds commercial
Sundin Nike commercial
Orr and McLaren fight the Canadiens from 2013
Gartner loses stick and fan hands it back
Barabanov slick shootout goal
Hyman's OT shift but with Mario music
Matthews goal vs. Bruins but with a twist
Kapanen skating fast but with Super Mario 64 music
Gardiner making Bozak chuckle
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By Washington Irving ABBOTSFORD (ii.) 46. The last words were said with an honest warmth, accompanied with a thump on the ground with his staff, by way of emphasis, that showed his heart was in his speech. He vindicated the Tweed, too, as a beautiful stream in itself, and observed that he did not dislike it for being bare of trees, probably from having been much of an angler in his time, and an angler does not like to have a stream overhung by trees, which embarrass him in the exercise of his rod and line. 47. I took the occasion to plead, in like manner, the associa- tions of early life, for my disappointment in respect to the surrounding scenery. I had been so accustomed to hills crowned with forests, and streams breaking their way through a wilderness of trees, that all my ideas of romantic landscape were apt to be well wooded. 48. "Aye, and that's the great charm of your country," cried Scott. "You love the forest as I do the heather,—— but I would not have you think I do not feel the glory of a great woodland prospect. There is nothing I should like more than to be in the midst of one of your grand, wild, origi- nal forests: with the idea of hundreds of miles of untrodden forest around me. I once saw, at Leith, an immense stick of timber, just landed from America. It must have been an enormous tree when it stood in its native soil, at its full height, and with all its branches. I gazed at it with admira- tion; it seemed like one of the gigantic obelisks which are now and then brought from Egypt, to shame the pigmy monu- ments of Europe; and, in fact, these vast aboriginal trees that have sheltered the Indians before the intrusion of the white men, are the monuments and antiquities of your coun- try." 49. The conversation here turned upon Campbell's poem of "Gertrude of Wyoming," as illustrative of the poetic materials furnished by American scenery. Scott speaks of it in that liberal style in which I always found him to speak of the writings of his contemporaries. He cited several pas- sages of it with great delight. "What a pity it is," said he, "that Campbell does not write more and oftener, and give full sweep to his genius. He has wings that would bear him to the skies; and he does now and then spread them grandly, but folds them up again and resumes his perch, as if he was afraid to launch away. He don't know or won't trust his own strength. Even when he has done a thing well, he has often misgivings about it. He left out several fine passages of his 'Lochiel,' but I got him to restore some of them." Here Scott repeated several passages in a magnificent style. "What a grand idea is that," said he, "about prophetic boding, or, in common parlance, second sight,—— "'Coming events cast their shadows before." It is a noble thought, and nobly expressed. And there's that glorious little poem, too, of 'Hohenlinden'; after he had written it, he did not seem to think much of it, but con- sidered some of it 'd——d drum and trumpet lines.' I got him to recite it to me, and I believe that the delight I felt and expressed had an effect in inducing him to print it. The fact is," added he, "Campbell is, in a manner, a bugbear to himself. The brightness of his early success is a detri- ment to all his further efforts. He is afraid of the shadow that his own fame casts before him. 50. While we were thus chatting, we heard the report of a gun among the hills. "That's Walter, I think," said Scott; "he has finished his morning's studies, and is out with his gun. I should not be surprised if he had met with the black cock; if so, we shall have an addition to our larder, for Walter is a pretty sure shot. 51. I inquired into the nature of Walter's studies. "Faith," said Scott, "I can't say much on that head. I am not over-bent upon making prodigies of any of my children. As to Walter, I taught him, while a boy, to ride, and shoot, and speak the truth; as to the other parts of his education, I leave them to a very worthy young man, the son of one of our clergymen, who instructs all my children." 52. I afterwards became acquainted with the young man in question, George Thomson, son of the minister of Melrose, and found him possessed of much learning, intelligence, and modest worth. He used to come every day from his father's residence at Melrose, to superintend the studies of the young folks, and occasionally took his meals at Abbotsford, where he was highly esteemed. Nature had cut him out, Scott used to say, for a stalwart soldier; for he was tall, vigorous, active, and fond of athletic exercises; but accident had marred her work, the loss of a limb in boyhood having re- duced him to a wooden leg. He was brought up, therefore, for the church, whence he was occasionally called the Domi- nie, and is supposed, by his mixture of learning, simplicity, and amiable eccentricity, to have furnished many traits for the character of Dominie Sampson. I believe he often acted as Scott's amanuensis, when composing his novels. With him the young people were occupied, in general, during the early part of the day, after which they took all kinds of healthful recreations in the open air; for Scot was as solicitous to strengthen their bodies as their minds. 53. We had not walked much further before we saw the two Miss Scotts advancing along the hillside to meet us. The morning's studies being over, they had set of to take a ramble on the hills, and gather heather-blossoms with which to decorate their hair for dinner. As they came bounding lightly like young fawns, and their dresses fluttering in the pure summer breeze, I was reminded of Scott's own descrip- tion of his children in his introduction to one of the cantos of "Marmion,"—— "My imps, though hardy, bold, and wild, As best befits the mountain-child, Their summer gambols tell and mourn, And anxious ask will spring return, And birds and lambs again be gay, And blossoms clothe the hawthorn spray?" "Yes, prattlers, yes, the daisy's flower, Again shall paint your summer bower; Again the hawthorn shall supply The garlands you delight to tie; The lambs upon the lea shall bound, The wild birds carol to the round, And while you frolic light as they, Too short shall seem the summer day." As they approached, the dogs all sprang forward and gam- bolled around them. They played with them for a time, and then joined us with countenances full of health and glee. Sophia, the eldest, was the most lively and joyous, having much of her father's varied spirit in conversation, and seeming to catch excitement from his words and looks. Ann was of quieter mood, rather silent, owing, in some measure, no doubt, to her being some years younger. 54. At dinner, Scott had laid by his half rustic dress, and appeared clad in black. The girls, too, in completing their toilet, had twisted in their hair the sprigs of purple heather which they had gathered on the hill-side, and looked all fresh and blooming from their breezy walk. 55. There was no guest at dinner but myself. Around the table were two or three dogs in attendance. Maida, the old stag-hound, took his seat at Scott's elbow, looking up wistfully in his master's eye, while Finette, the pet spaniel, placed herself near Mrs. Scott, by whom, I soon perceived, she was completely spoiled. 56. The conversation happening to turn on the merits of his dogs, Scott spoke with great feeling and affection of his favorite, Camp, who is depicted by his side in the earlier engravings of him. He talked of him as a real friend whom he had lost; and Sophia Scott, looking up archly in his face, observed that papa shed a few tears when poor Camp died. I may here mention another testimonial of Scott' fondness for his dogs, and his humorous mode of showing it, which I subsequently met with. Rambling with him one morning about the grounds adjacent to the house, I observed a small antique monument, on which was inscribed, in Gothic char- acters,—— "Cy git le preux Percy." (Here lies the brave Percy.) I paused, supposing it to be the tomb of some stark warrior of the olden time, but Scott drew me on. "Pooh!" cried he, "it's nothing but one of the monuments of my nonsense, of which you'll find enough hereabouts." I learnt afterwards that it was the grave of a favorite greyhound. 57. Among the other important and privileged members of the household who figured in attendance at the dinner, was a large gray cat, who, I observed, was regaled from time to time with tidbits from the table. The sage grimalkin was a favorite of both master and mistress, and slept at night in their room; and Scott laughingly observed, that one of the least wise parts of their establishment was, that the window was left open at night for puss to go in and out. The cat assumed a kind of ascendency among the quadrupeds——sit- ting in state in Scott's arm-chair, and occasionally stationing himself on a chair beside the door, as if to review his subjects as they passed, giving each dog a cuff beside the ears as he went by. This clapper-clawing was always taken in good part; it appeared to be, in fact a mere act of sovereignty on the part of grimalkin, to remind the others of their vassalage; which they acknowledged by the most perfect acquiescence. A general harmony prevailed between sovereign and sub- jects, and they would all sleep together in the sunshine. 58. Scott was full of anecdote and conversation during dinner. He made some admirable remarks upon the Scot- tish character, and spoke strongly in praise of the quiet, orderly, honest conduct of his neighbors, which one would hardly expect, said he, from the descendants of moss-troopers and borderers, in a neighborhood famed in old times for brawl and feud, and violence of all kinds. He said he had, in his official capacity of sheriff, administered the laws for a number of years, during which there had been very few trials. The old feuds and local interests, and rivalries, and ani- mosities of the Scotch, however, still slept, he said, in their ashes, and might easily be roused. Their hereditary feeling for names was still great. It was not always safe to have even the game of foot-ball between villages, the old clannish spirit was too apt to break out. The Scotch, he said, were more revengeful than the English; they carried their re- sentments longer, and would sometimes lay them by for years, but would be sure to gratify them in the end. 59. The ancient jealousy between the Highlanders and the Lowlanders still continued to a certain degree, the former looking upon the latter as an inferior race, less brave and hardy, but at the same time suspecting them of a disposition to take airs upon themselves under the idea of superior re- finement. This made them techy and ticklish company for a stranger on his first coming among them; ruffling up and putting themselves upon their mettle on the slightest occa- sion, so that he had in a manner to quarrel and fight his way into their good graces. 60. He instanced a case in point in a brother of Mungo Park, who went to take up his residence in a wild neighbor- hood in the Highlands. He soon found himself considered as an intruder, and that there was a disposition among these cocks of the hills to fix a quarrel on him, trusting that, being a Lowlander, he would show the white feather. 61. For a time he bore their flings and taunts with great coolness, until one, presuming on his forbearance, drew forth a dirk, and holding it before him, asked him if he had ever seen a weapon like that in his part of the country. Park, who was a Hercules in frame, seized the dirk, and, with one blow, drove it through an oaken table. "Yes," replied he, "and tell your friends that a man from the Lowlands drove it where the devil himself cannot draw it out again." All persons were delighted with the feat, and the words that accompanied it. They drank with Park to a better acquaintance, and were stanch friends ever afterwards. 62. After dinner we adjourned to the drawing-room, which served also for study and library. Against the wall on one side was a long writing-table, with drawers; surmounted by a small cabinet of polished wood, with folding-doors richly studded with brass ornaments, within which Scott kept his most valuable papers. Above the cabinet, in a kind of niche, was a complete corselet of glittering steel, with a closed hel- met, and flanked by gauntlets and battle-axes. Around were hung trophies and relics of various kinds: a cimeter of Tippoo Saib; a Highland broadsword from Floddenfield; a pair of Ripon spurs from Bannockburn, and above all, a gun which had belonged to Rob Roy, and bore his initials, R. M. G.,—— an object of particular interest to me at the time, as it was understood Scott was actually engaged in printing a novel founded on the story of that famous outlaw. 63. On each side of the cabinet were bookcases, well stored with works of romantic fiction in various languages, many of them rare and antiquated. This, however, was merely his cottage library, the principal part of his books being at Edinburgh. 64. From this little cabinet of curiosities Scott drew forth a manuscript picked up on the field of Waterloo, containing copies of several songs popular at the time in France. The paper was dabbed with blood——"the very life-blood, very pos- sibly," said Scott, "of some gay young officer , who had cher- ished these songs as a keepsake from some lady-love in Paris." 65. He adverted in a mellow and delightful manner to the little half gay, half melancholy campaigning song, said to have been composed by General Wolfe, and sung by him at the messtable, on the eve of the storming of Quebec, in which he fell so gloriously. "Why, soldiers, why, Should we be melancholy, boys? Whose business 'tis to die! For should next campaign Send us to Him who made us, boys, We're free from pain: But should we remain, A bottle and kind landlady Makes all well again." 66. "So," added he, "the poor lad who fell at Waterloo, in all probability, had been singing these songs in his tent the night before the battle, and thinking of the fair dame who had taught hi them, and promising himself, should he outlive the campaign., to return to her all glorious from the wars." 67. I find that Scott published translations of these songs among some of his smaller poems. 68. The evening passed away delightfully in this quaint- looking apartment, half study, half drawing-room. Scott read several passages from the old romance of Arthur, with a fine deep sonorous voice, and a gravity of tone that seemed to suit the antiquated, black-letter volume. It was a rich treat to hear such a work, read by such a person, and in such a place; and his appearance as he sat reading, in a large armed chair, with his favorite hound Maida at his feet, and sur- rounded by books and relics, and border trophies, would have formed an admirable and most characteristic picture. 69. While Scott was reading, the sage grimalkin already mentioned had taken his seat in a chair beside the fire, and remained with fixed eye and grave demeanor, as if listening to the reader. I observed to Scott that his cat seemed to have a black-letter taste in literature. 70. "Ah," said he, "these cats are a very mysterious kind of folk. There is always more passing in their minds than we are aware of. It comes no doubt from their being so familiar with witches and warlocks." He went on to tell a little story about a gude man who was returning to his cottage one night, when, in a lonely out-of-the-way place, he met with a funeral procession of cats all in mourning, bearing one of their race to the grave in a coffin covered with a black velvet pall. The worthy man, astonished and half frightened at so strange a pageant, hastened home and told what he had seen to his wife and children. Scarce had he finished, when a great black cat that sat beside the fire raised himself up, exclaimed, "Then I am king of the cats!" and vanished up the chimney. The funeral seen by the gude man was one of the cat dynasty. 71. "Our grimalkin here," added Scott, "sometimes reminds me of the story, by the airs of sovereignty which he assumes; and I am apt to treat him with respect from the idea that he may be a great prince incog., and may some time or other come to the throne." 72. In this way Scott would make the habits and pecul- iarities of even the dumb animals about him subjects for humorous remark or whimsical story. 73. Our evening was enlivened also by an occasional song from Sophia Scott, at the request of her father. She never wanted to be asked twice, but complied frankly and cheer- fully. Her songs were all Scotch, sung without any accom- paniment, in a simple manner, but wit great spirit and ex- pression, and in their native dialects, which gave them an additional charm. It was delightful to hear her carol off in sprightly style, and with an animated air, some of those gener- ous-spirited old Jacobite songs, once current among the ad- herents of the Pretender in Scotland, in which he is designated by the appellation of "The Young Chevalier." 74. These songs were much relished by Scott, notwithstand- ing his loyalty; for the unfortunate "Chevalier" has always been a hero of romance with him, as he has with many other stanch adherent to the House of Hanover, now that the Stuart line has lost all its terrors. In speaking on the subject, Scott mentioned as a curious fact, that, among the papers of the "Chevalier," which had been submitted by government to his inspection, he had found a memorial to Charles from some adherents in America, dated 1778, proposing to set up his standard in the black settlements. I regret that, at the time, I did not make more particular inquiries of Scott on the subject; the document in question, however, in all probabil- ity, still exists among the Pretender's papers, which are in the possession of the British Government. 75. In the course of the evening, Scott related the story of a whimsical picture hanging in the room, which had been drawn for him by a lady of his acquaintance. It represented the doleful perplexity of a wealthy and handsome young Eng- ligh knight of the olden time, who, in the course of a border foray, had been captured and carried off to the castle of a hard- headed and high-handed old baron. The unfortunate youth was thrown into a dungeon, and a tall gallows erected before the castle-gate for his execution. When all was ready, he was brought into the castle-hall, where the grim baron was seated in state, with his warriors armed to the teeth around him, and was given his choice, either to swing on the gibbet or to marry the baron's daughter. The last may be thought an easy alternative, but, unfortunately, the baron's young lady was hideously ugly, with a mouth from ear to ear, so that not a suiter was to be had for her, either for love or money, and she was known throughout the border country by the name of Muckle-mouthed Mag. 76. The picture in question represented the unhappy dilemma of the handsome youth. Before him sat the grim baron, with a face worthy of the father of such a daughter, and looking daggers and ratsbane. On one side of him was Muckle-mouthed Mag, with an enormous smile across the wide breadth of her countenance, and a leer enough to turn a man to stone; on the other side was the father confessor, a sleek friar, jogging the youth's elbow, and pointing to the gallows, seen in perspective through the open portal. 77. The story goes, that, after long laboring in mind be- tween the altar and the halter, the love of life prevailed, and the youth resigned himself to the charms of Muckle-mouthed Mag. Contrary to all the probabilities of romance, the match proved a happy one. The baron's daughter, if not beautiful, was a most exemplary wife; her husband was never troubled with any of those doubts and jealousies which sometimes mar the happiness of connubial life, and was made the father of a fair and undoubtedly legitimate line, which still flourishes on the border. 78. I give but a faint outline of the story from vague recollection; it may, perchance, be more richly related elsewhere, by some one who may retain something of the delightful humor with which Scott recounted it. 79. When I retired for the night, I found it almost im- possible to sleep; the idea of being under the roof of Scott, of being on the border of the Tweed, in the very centre of that region which had for some time past been the favorite scene of romantic fiction, and above all the recollections of the ramble which I had taken, the company in which I had taken it, and the conversation which had passed, all fermented in my mind, and nearly drove sleep from my pillow. 80. On the following morning the sun darted his beams from over the hills through the low lattice window. I rose at an early hour, and looked out between the branches of eglantine which overhung the casement. To my surprise Scot was already up and forth, seated on a fragment of stone, and chatting wit the workmen employed on the new building. I had supposed, after the time he had wasted upon me yester- day, he would be closely occupied this morning; but he ap- peared like a man of leisure, who had nothing to do but bask in the sunshine and amuse himself. 81. I soon dressed myself and joined him. He talked about his proposed plans of Abbotsford: happy would it have been for him could he have contented himself with his delight- ful little vine-covered cottage, and the simple yet hearty and hospitable style in which he lived at the time of my visit. The great pile of Abbotsford, with the huge expanse it en- tailed upon him, of servants, retainers, guests, and baronial style, was a drain upon his purse, a tax upon his exertions, and a weight upon his mind, that finally crushed him. 82. As yet, however, all was in embryo and perspective, and Scott pleased himself with picturing out his future resi- dence, as he would one of the fanciful creations of his own romances. "It was one of his air-castles," he said, "which he was reducing to solid stone and mortar." About the place were strewn various morsels from the ruins of Melrose Abbey, which were to be incorporated in his mansion. He had al- ready constructed out of similar materials a kind of Gothic shrine over a spring, and had surmounted it by a small stone cross. 83. Among the relics from the Abbey which lay scattered before us, was a most quaint ans antique little lion, either of red stone, or painted red, which hit my fancy. I forget whose cognizance it was; but I shall never forget the delightful observations concerning old Melrose to which it accidentally gave rise. 84. The Abbey was evidently a pile that called up all Scott's poetic an romantic feelings; and one to which he was enthusiastically attached by the most fanciful and delight- ful of his early associations. He spoke of it, I may say, with affection. "There is no telling," said he, "what treasures are hid in that glorious pile. It is a famous place for antiquarian plunder; there are such rich bits of old-time sculpture for the architect, and old-time story for the poet. There is as rare picking in it as in a Stilton cheese, and in the same taste——the mouldier the better." 85. He went on to mention circumstances of "mighty import" connected with the Abbey, which had never been touched, and which had even escaped the researches of Johnny Bower. The heart of Robert Bruce, the hero of Scotland, had been buried in it. He dwelt on the beautiful story of Bruce's pious and chivalrous request in his dying hour, that his heart might be carried to the Holy Land and placed in the Holy Sepulchre, in fulfilment of a vow of pil- grimage; and of the royal expedition of Sir Jame Douglas to convey the glorious relic. Much might be made, he said, out of the adventures of Sir James in that adventurous age; of his fortunes in Spain, and his death in a crusade against the Moors; with the subsequent fortunes of the heart of Robert Bruce until it was brought back to its native land, and en- shrined within the holy walls of Melrose. 86. As Scott sat on a stone talking in this way, and knock- ing with his staff against the little red lion which lay prostrate before him, his gray eyes twinkled beneath his shagged eye- brows; scenes, images, incidents, kept breaking upon his mind as he proceeded, mingled with touches of the mys- terious and supernatural as connected with the heart of Bruce. It seemed as if a poem or romance were breaking vaguely on his imagination. That he subsequently con- templated something of the kind, as connected with this subject, and with his favorite ruin of Melrose, is evident from his introduction to "The Monastery"; and it is a pity that he never succeeded in following out these shadowy but enthusi- astic conceptions. 87. A summons to breakfast broke off our conversation, when I begged to recommend to Scott's attention my friend the little red lion, who had led to such an interesting topic, and hoped he might receive some niche or station in the future castle, worthy of his evident antiquity and apparent dignity. Scott assured me, with comic gravity, that the valiant little lion should be most honorably entertained; I hope, therefore, that he still flourishes at Abbotsford. 88. Before dismissing the theme of the relics from the Abbey, I will mention another, illustrative of Scott's varied humors. This was a human skull, which had probably be- longed of yore to one of those jovial friars so honorably mentioned in the old border ballad,—— "O the monks of Melrose made gude kale On Fridays, when they fasted; They wanted neither beef nor ale, As long as their neighbors' lasted." 89. This skull Scott had caused to be cleaned and var- nished, and placed it in a chest of drawers in his chamber, immediately opposite his bed; where I have seen it, grinning most dismally. It was an object of great awe and horror to the superstitious housemaids; and Scott used to amuse him- self with their apprehensions. Sometimes, in changing his dress, he would leave his neck cloth coiled round it like a turban, and none of the "lasses" dared to remove it. It was a matter of great wonder and speculation among them that the laird should have such an "awsome fancy for an auld girning skull." 90. At breakfast that morning, Scott gave an amusing ac- count of a little Highlander called Campbell of the North, who had a lawsuit of many years' standing with a nobleman in his neighborhood about the boundaries of their estates. It was the leading object of the little man's life; the running theme of all his conversations; he used to detail all the circumstances at full length to everybody he met, and, to aid him in his description of the premises, and make his story "mair pre- ceese," he had a great map made of his estate, a huge roll sev- eral feet long, which he used to carry about on his shoulder. Campbell was a long-bodied but short and bandy-legged little man, always clad in the Highland garb; and as he went about with this great roll on his shoulder, and his little legs curving like a pair of parentheses below his kilt, he was an odd figure to behold. He was like little David shouldering the spear of Goliath, which was "like unto a weaver's beam." 91. Whenever sheep-shearing was over, Campbell used to set out for Edinburgh to attend to his lawsuit. At the inns he paid double for all his meals and his nights' lodging; telling the land-lords to keep it in mind until his return, so that he might come back that way at free cost; for he knew, he said, that he would spend all his money among the lawyers at Ed- inburgh, so he thought it best to secure a retreat home again. 92. On one of his visits he called upon his lawyer, but was told he was not at home, but his lady was. "It is just the same thing," said little Campbell. On being shown into the parlor, he unrolled his map, stated his case at full length, and, having gone through with his story, gave her the customary fee. She would have declined it, but he insisted on her taking it. "O ha' had just as much pleasure," said he, "in telling the whole tale to you as I should have had in telling it to your husband, and I believe full as much profit." 93. The last time he saw Scott, he told him he believed he and the laird were near a settlement, as they agreed to within a few miles of the boundary. If I recollect right, Scott added that he advised the little man t consign his cause and his map to the care of "Slow Willie Mowbray," of tedious memory: an Edinburgh worthy, much employed by the country people, for he tired out everybody in office by repeated visits and drawling, endless prolixity, and gained every suit by dint of boring. 94. These little stories and anecdotes, which abounded in Scott's conversation, rose naturally out of the subject, and were perfectly unforced; though in thus relating them in a detached way, without the observations or circumstances which led to them, and which have passed from my recollec- tion, they want their setting to give them proper relief. They will serve, however, to show the natral play of his mind, in its familiar moods, and its fecundity in graphic and characteristic detail. 95. His daughter Sophia and his son Charles were those of his family who seemed most t feel and understand his humors, and to take delight in his conversation. Mrs. Scott did not always pay the same attention, and would now and then make a casual remark which would operate a little like a damper. Thus, one morning at breakfast, when Dominie Thompson the tutor was present, Scott was going on with great glee to relate an anecdote of the laird of Macnab, "who, poor fellow!" premised he, "is dead and gone"——"Why, Mr. Scott," exclaimed the good lady, "Macnab's not dead, is he?" ——"Faith, my dear," replied Scott, with humorous gravity, "if he's not dead they've done him great injustice,——for they've buried him." 
from THE SKETCH-BOOK OF GEOFFREY CRAYON, GENT., TOGETHER WITH ABBOTSFORD AND OTHER SELECTIONS FROM THE WRITINGS OF WASHINGTON IRVING. EDITED WITH COMMENTS, NOTES, BIBLIOGRAPHY, AND TOPICS FOR STUDY, BY H. A. DAVIDSON, M.A. COPYRIGHT, 1907, BY D. C. HEATH & CO., PUBLISHERS, BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.; pp. 212—227.
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2019.09.29 23:40 Theoriginalamam Leaks from Baidu on Winter Coalition, their keepstars and Ranger Regiment.

There are lots of leaks from Baidu 贴吧 in regards to Detorid. Some of these narratives appear to be consensus among Chinese players, others are still hotly debated. Since they have everything to do with the on-going Detorid campaign, you may find them interesting:
Some of us have seen the IAS Keepstar flying PH colors; it is part of a group of Keepstars sold to Legacy with PH acting as escrow Elo, rather than Noraus, sold the Keepstars to Legacy; screenshots suggest the latter may not be aware to part, if not the entirety of the deal (link to screenshots: https://web.archive.org/web/20190929213405/https://tieba.baidu.com/p/6279900031 , imgur album:https://imgur.com/a/gducCdi ) Elo: "so I'll inform noraus of the fate of his keepstars when he wakes up and I'll make a list of the rest") The deal included about five (or six) Keepstars for 100 billion ISK each, and WC will unanchor the remaining five to six Keepstars O3 transfer will complete in three weeks; QRFJ transfer will complete in four weeks Noraus contemplated the possibility of moving to Fountain, but Mittens did not approve of the plan Goons (PLA) is seeing a surge of applications by WC players 
Ranger Regiment
Miss Rabbit - an AOM-aligned player who surged in popularity (or infamy, from the perspective of WC players) recently created an interview platform similar to the Meta Show (https://space.bilibili.com/430885212).
In her inaugural segment, Miss Rabbit hosted an interview + Q&A with both Noraus (WC) and Chairman Mantou (AOM), and the second segment featured (Wang Dada) 王答答 of Ranger Regiment and (Little Grass) 小草 of Veni Vidi Vici (3V), a majority Chinese entity in Cobalt Edge. Content of the second interview is relevant in today's leak:
VVV is AOM-friendly but part of the Panfam offensive into Tenal RR, a traditional WC ally, is not against helping WC in Detorid, but RR is completely tied up in the Panfam offense and cannot spare resources to help WC. RR leadership said if Noraus manages to talk Panfam into halting their campaign, then RR would be able to help WC 
Then news came out that Ranger Regiment has elevated Miss Rabbit to alliance CEO, and DomiTyphoon (台风) will act as Director (https://web.archive.org/web/20190929212830/https://tieba.baidu.com/p/6279894268)
各位晚上好!现在时间稍微有些晚了,但是重要的事情不分时间早晚,都要和大家第一时间通知。我作为RR联盟CEO,台风作为RR联盟总监,我们宣布,正式将RR的CEO让位于路小兔。从现在开始,联盟在政策和大方向上将由新CEO负责,我将会专注于负责RR的战斗方面,台风依然专注于联盟杂务及主权战相关。今天的一小步,将是RR发展的一大步。
English:
Good evening everyone! It is a little bit late now, but that would not keep us from getting you up-to-date on important developments. I as RR's CEO and DomiTyphoon as Director, now formally announce Miss Rabbit as RR's new CEO. Effective immediately, the new CEO will be responsible for alliance - level strategies and policies, while I will focus on military aspects. Typhoon will continue to focus on administrative tasks and sov. Today's small step will be a great leap in terms of Ranger Regiment's future developments.
End of translation.
Naturally speculations were abound on whether this was part of Chairman Mantou's 4D chess, given Baidu perception that Miss Rabbit is AOM aligned. If true, then this may create an interesting dynamic with 3V given internal politics and affiliations.
Miss Rabbit's statement (https://web.archive.org/web/20190929213036/https://tieba.baidu.com/p/6279926094)
This was an impromptu decision There won't be any RMT activities (likely reference to her paying RR leadership a large sum of ISK) RR members would enjoy current status quo Not a pet to major powers No grand plans (for now?) Appreciate all the hate 
Overall, Baidu's EVE 贴吧 is similar to eve. There are lots of people who post but haven't played for a long time, and personal attacks can be vicious at times. However, like English-speaking EVE players, many cannot give up this game and continues posting.
It is a space where major Chinese EVE player blocs would post announcements (some fake) and spin narratives.
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2019.03.27 20:08 Longshanks123 Appreciating Max Domi’s Huge Season

Obviously we all love the guy but I’m not sure we appreciate just how good he’s been, at least statistically. Here are the names of some NHL centres with equal or fewer points than Max: Evgeny Kusnetsov. Matt Duchene, Tomas Hertl. David Krejci. Logan Couture. Joe Pavelski. Matt Barzal.
He’s producing at 0.88 PPG, which is roughly 0.12 PPG (9 points to this date) short of being top 15 for NHL centres. And he has done that while getting far fewer of his points on the PP: only 16% of his points were scored with the man advantage, whereas the top 15 centres average around 30% of their points on the PP).
He’s also done it while playing fewer minutes than any other centre in the top 35. His +- is tied for tenth best.
And all this in his fourth NHL season, and his FIRST as a full-time NHL centre.
Looking for comparables, I found that Domi’s season is almost statistically identical to Barkov’s fourth season (slightly better actually) and that’s including performance in face offs.
If the Habs have an actual power play next year, and he improves his FO%, Domi could a PPG pace.
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2018.03.01 14:16 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - Thursday, March 1st

DAILY NHL UPDATE - Thursday, March 1st
FINAL Edition

Yesterday's Condensed Games - No Spoilers

CONDENSED GAMES
A new feature: When space is available, this section will be posted in the very first Early Edition of the Daily NHL Update. "Condensed Games" gives you a direct link to the NHL's condensed and spoiler-free shortened versions of the game. The time length will be included in the link so you know how long it will be. Also, don't read the section just below this until after you have watched the games you would like to, as the "Snapshot" and "Yesterday's Games" will obviously contain the outcomes of these exact games.
Wednesday, February 28th Link
BUF @ TBL Youtube - 8:55
NYI @ MTL Youtube - 8:33
DET @ STL Youtube - 8:57
CGY @ COL Youtube - 8:59
NYR @ VAN Youtube - 8:56

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Wednesday, February 28th Thursday, March 1st Time (ET) Friday, March 2nd Time (ET)
YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW
BUF 2 - 1 TBL OT CAR @ PHI 7:00 PM MTL @ NYI 7:00 PM
NYI 1 - 3 MTL PIT @ BOS 7:00 PM BUF @ FLA 7:30 PM
DET 1 - 2 STL NJD @ FLA 7:30 PM NJD @ CAR 7:30 PM
CGY 2 - 5 COL TBL @ DAL 8:30 PM DET @ WPG 8:00 PM
NYR 6 - 5 VAN OT MIN @ ARI 9:00 PM MIN @ COL 9:00 PM
NSH @ EDM 9:00 PM NYR @ CGY 9:00 PM
CHI @ SJS 10:00 PM CBJ @ ANA 10:00 PM
CBJ @ LAK 10:30 PM NSH @ VAN 10:00 PM
OTT @ VGK 10:00 PM

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
CAR at PHI
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
FS - Southeast Local TV NBCS - Philadelphia
Stats
27-25-11 Record 34-19-10
65 Points 78
6th (t) - Metro Place 2nd - Metro
3-4-3 Last 10 9-0-1
L6 Streak W6
Front End Back-to-Back N/A
-26 Goal Diff +11
20th - 19.19% PP % 21.05% - 10th
21st - 79.33% PK % 75.28% - 29th
28th - 44.81% 5v5 GF% 53.02% - 10th
Head - To - Head
0-0-1 This Season 1-0-0
2-2-1 Last Season 3-1-1
41-67-15 (14 ties) All Time (137 GP) 82-33-8 (14 ties)
Situational Record
22-8-5 Scores First 17-5-4
5-17-6 Allows First 16-14-6
23-16-7 More Shots 18-14-3
4-9-3 Less Shots 12-4-5
5-8 1-Goal Games 4-6
After Periods
After the 1st
12-1-4 Leading 9-1-3
3-12-3 Behind 5-9-6
12-12-4 Tied 20-9-1
After the 2nd
15-1-3 Leading 23-1-4
2-19-5 Behind 3-14-3
10-5-3 Tied 8-4-3
Leaders
Teuvo Teravainen - 49 Points 74 - Claude Giroux
Sebastian Aho - 22 Goals 29 - Sean Couturier
Teuvo Teravainen - 33 Assists 56 - Jakub Voracek
Goalies
Cam Ward Starter Petr Mrazek
Confirmed Status Confirmed
17-9-4 Record 11-7-3
2.70 GAA 2.68
.908% SV % .914%
Injuries
OUT Brian Elliott (Abdominal)
OUT Michal Neuvirth (Lower Body)
OUT Wayne Simmonds (Upper Body)
(Personal) Jordan Staal Likely
(Upper Body) Joakim Nordstrom Day-to-Day
PIT at BOS
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
ATTSN - Pittsburgh Local TV NESN
NBCSN US - National TV - CAN SN, TVAS
Stats
36-24-4 Record 38-12-8
76 Points 84
3rd - Metro Place 3rd - Atlantic
7-2-1 Last 10 6-4-0
L2 Streak W1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+18 Goal Diff +46
1st - 26.96% PP % 19.58% - 18th
12th - 82.38% PK % 82.22% - 13th
23rd - 46.36% 5v5 GF% 58.30% - 1st
Head - To - Head
1-1-0 This Season 1-0-1
2-1-0 Last Season 1-1-1
70-107-5 (21 ties) All Time (203 GP) 112-62-8 (21 ties)
Situational Record
28-7-3 Scores First 23-2-5
8-17-1 Allows First 15-13-3
25-11-3 More Shots 24-9-2
11-11-1 Less Shots 13-5-4
5-12 1-Goal Games 10-2
After Periods
After the 1st
19-2-2 Leading 17-1-2
5-12-1 Behind 4-10-3
12-10-1 Tied 17-4-3
After the 2nd
20-0-1 Leading 26-0-2
5-18-2 Behind 2-13-3
11-6-1 Tied 10-2-3
Leaders
Evgeni Malkin - 76 Points 58 - Brad Marchand
Evgeni Malkin - 36 Goals 27 - Patrice Bergeron
Sidney Crosby - 48 Assists 34 - Brad Marchand
Goalies
Casey DeSmith Starter Tuukka Rask
Confirmed Status Projected
3-4-0 Record 25-11-4
2.35 GAA 2.23
.925% SV % .921%
Injuries
OUT Patrice Bergeron (Foot)
OUT Anders Bjork (Shoulder)
(Upper Body) Zach Aston-Reese Day-to-Day Nick Holden (Undisclosed)
(Concussion) Matt Murray Day-to-Day
NJD at FLA
Info
7:30 PM (ET) Local Time 7:30 (ET)
MSG + Local TV FS - Florida
Stats
33-22-8 Record 29-25-6
74 Points 64
4th - Metro Place 4th - Atlantic
6-4-0 Last 10 7-3-0
W2 Streak W3
Front End Back-to-Back Front End
-2 Goal Diff -17
17th - 19.59% PP % 19.58% - 19th
9th - 82.46% PK % 79.01% - 22nd
17th - 49.60% 5v5 GF% 45.83% - 24th
Head - To - Head
1-1-0 This Season 1-1-0
0-1-2 Last Season 3-0-0
53-29-5 (7 ties) All Time (94 GP) 34-46-7 (7 ties)
Situational Record
21-7-4 Scores First 20-9-2
12-15-4 Allows First 9-16-4
10-10-5 More Shots 9-14-3
19-10-3 Less Shots 18-11-3
9-5 1-Goal Games 10-8
After Periods
After the 1st
12-4-2 Leading 13-4-0
5-12-3 Behind 4-12-4
16-6-3 Tied 12-9-2
After the 2nd
23-0-2 Leading 18-0-0
7-19-2 Behind 6-20-3
3-3-4 Tied 5-5-3
Leaders
Taylor Hall - 68 Points 59 - Aleksander Barkov
Taylor Hall - 27 Goals 24 - Vincent Trocheck
Taylor Hall - 41 Assists 38 - Aleksander Barkov
Goalies
Cory Schneider Starter Roberto Luongo
Likely Status Confirmed
17-11-6 Record 10-7-1
2.79 GAA 2.61
.913% SV % .927%
Injuries
(Thumb) Brian Gibbons OUT Denis Malgin (Knee)
(Concussion) Marcus Johansson OUT Frank Vatrano (Lower Body)
(Lower Body) Patrick Maroon Day-to-Day
(Groin) Cory Schneider Day-to-Day
TBL at DAL
Info
8:30 PM (ET) Local Time 7:30 (CT)
FS - Sun Local TV FS - Southwest
Stats
43-17-4 Record 36-23-4
90 Points 76
1st - Atlantic Place 4th - Central
6-3-1 Last 10 6-4-0
L1 Streak W1
Back End Back-to-Back N/A
+56 Goal Diff +22
3rd - 24.22% PP % 19.07% - 21st
24th - 77.73% PK % 82.49% - 8th
2nd - 58.10% 5v5 GF% 54.02% - 7th
Head - To - Head
1-0-0 This Season 0-1-0
1-0-1 Last Season 1-1-0
13-20-3 (3 ties) All Time (39 GP) 23-13-0 (3 ties)
Situational Record
30-5-1 Scores First 26-6-1
13-12-3 Allows First 10-17-3
21-8-2 More Shots 16-11-3
20-9-2 Less Shots 18-8-1
9-5 1-Goal Games 6-3
After Periods
After the 1st
19-4-1 Leading 17-2-1
5-9-2 Behind 6-14-2
19-4-1 Tied 13-7-1
After the 2nd
29-1-2 Leading 29-1-1
5-14-0 Behind 1-18-1
9-2-2 Tied 6-4-2
Leaders
Nikita Kucherov - 82 Points 56 - Alexander Radulov
Nikita Kucherov - 33 Goals 32 - Tyler Seguin
Nikita Kucherov - 49 Assists 47 - John Klingberg
Goalies
Andrei Vasilevskiy Starter Ben Bishop
Projected Status Confirmed
37-12-3 Record 25-17-3
2.34 GAA 2.47
.927% SV % .918%
Injuries
(Leg) Peter Budaj OUT
(Lower Body) Ondrej Palat OUT
(Upper Body) Nikita Kucherov Day-to-Day Martin Hanzal (Lower Body)
(Upper Body) Ryan McDonagh Day-to-Day
MIN at ARI
Info
8:00 PM (CT) Local Time 7:00 (MT)
FS - North Local TV FS - Arizona
Stats
36-20-7 Record 18-34-10
79 Points 46
3rd - Central Place 8th - Pacific
7-1-2 Last 10 6-3-1
W5 Streak L1
Front End Back-to-Back N/A
+19 Goal Diff -57
9th - 21.16% PP % 16.84% - 26th
15th - 81.00% PK % 79.39% - 19th
9th - 53.16% 5v5 GF% 42.36% - 30th
Head - To - Head
0-0-1 This Season 1-0-0
3-0-0 Last Season 0-3-0
31-21-5 (3 ties) All Time (60 GP) 26-27-4 (3 ties)
Situational Record
25-4-4 Scores First 14-13-5
11-16-3 Allows First 4-21-5
13-6-3 More Shots 8-16-3
22-13-4 Less Shots 9-17-7
5-4 1-Goal Games 3-8
After Periods
After the 1st
20-0-2 Leading 10-5-3
7-8-2 Behind 2-16-2
9-12-3 Tied 6-13-5
After the 2nd
23-2-4 Leading 13-3-3
2-13-2 Behind 4-24-3
11-5-1 Tied 1-7-4
Leaders
Eric Staal - 64 Points 44 - Clayton Keller
Eric Staal - 33 Goals 17 - Clayton Keller
Ryan Suter - 37 Assists 28 - Derek Stepan
Goalies
Devan Dubnyk Starter Antti Raanta
Projected Status Confirmed
27-11-5 Record 13-15-6
2.56 GAA 2.46
.919% SV % .923%
Injuries
(Face) Nate Prosser Day-to-Day Max Domi (Illness)
Day-to-Day Richard Panik (Lower Body)
NSH at EDM
Info
8:00 PM (CT) Local Time 7:00 (MT)
FS - Tenn Local TV SN-W
Stats
39-14-9 Record 27-32-4
87 Points 58
1st - Central Place 6th - Pacific
7-2-1 Last 10 4-6-0
W5 Streak L1
Front End Back-to-Back N/A
+42 Goal Diff -30
4th - 23.11% PP % 13.75% - 31st
6th - 82.51% PK % 73.20% - 31st
3rd - 56.31% 5v5 GF% 49.03% - 19th
Head - To - Head
2-0-0 This Season 0-2-0
3-0-0 Last Season 0-2-1
41-23-3 (3 ties) All Time (70 GP) 26-35-6 (3 ties)
Situational Record
30-3-4 Scores First 17-6-2
9-11-5 Allows First 10-26-2
14-5-6 More Shots 18-16-3
22-8-2 Less Shots 9-15-1
11-3 1-Goal Games 4-9
After Periods
After the 1st
17-2-3 Leading 13-3-0
6-8-2 Behind 4-19-0
16-4-4 Tied 10-10-4
After the 2nd
28-2-3 Leading 16-1-0
3-11-4 Behind 4-25-2
8-1-2 Tied 7-6-2
Leaders
P.K. Subban - 48 Points 75 - Connor McDavid
Viktor Arvidsson - 22 Goals 28 - Connor McDavid
Roman Josi - 34 Assists 47 - Connor McDavid
Goalies
Pekka Rinne Starter Cam Talbot
Projected Status Projected
33-9-4 Record 22-24-2
2.33 GAA 3.11
.927% SV % .903%
Injuries
N/A OUT Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (Ribs)
Day-to-Day Zack Kassian (Leg)
Day-to-Day Kris Russell (Hand)
CHI at SJS
Info
9:00 PM (CT) Local Time 7:00 (PT)
WGN Local TV
NBCSN National TV NBCSN
Stats
27-28-8 Record 34-21-9
62 Points 77
7th - Central Place 2nd - Pacific
3-7-0 Last 10 6-3-1
L1 Streak W1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
-1 Goal Diff +9
29th - 15.49% PP % 21.36% - 6th
10th - 82.45% PK % 84.41% - 1st
18th - 49.38% 5v5 GF% 47.52% - 21st
Head - To - Head
1-0-0 This Season 0-1-0
1-2-0 Last Season 2-1-0
42-40-8 (5 ties) All Time (95 GP) 48-34-8 (5 ties)
Situational Record
20-11-5 Scores First 22-7-3
7-17-3 Allows First 12-14-6
15-22-1 More Shots 17-14-4
10-6-6 Less Shots 16-7-5
3-7 1-Goal Games 8-3
After Periods
After the 1st
14-6-3 Leading 19-1-3
3-13-2 Behind 8-10-4
10-9-3 Tied 7-10-2
After the 2nd
17-1-3 Leading 24-0-2
3-20-2 Behind 5-17-3
7-7-3 Tied 5-4-4
Leaders
Patrick Kane - 58 Points 51 - Brent Burns
Patrick Kane - 23 Goals 26 - Logan Couture
Patrick Kane - 35 Assists 41 - Brent Burns
Goalies
J.F. Berube Starter Martin Jones
Confirmed Status Projected
0-0-0 Record 20-16-6
N/A GAA 2.51
N/A SV % .917%
Injuries
(Upper Body) Corey Crawford OUT Joe Thornton (Knee)
(Illness) Marian Hossa OUT Joel Ward (Shoulder)
(Concussion) Michal Rozsival OUT
Day-to-Day Justin Braun (Illness)
Day-to-Day Marcus Sorensen (Wrist)
CBJ at LAK
Info
10:30 PM (ET) Local Time 7:30 (ET)
FS - Ohio Local TV FS - West
NHL.com Free Game National TV SN -1 (CAN)
Stats
32-26-5 Record 35-24-5
69 Points 75
5th - Metro Place 3rd - Pacific
5-4-1 Last 10 5-5-0
W2 Streak W2
Front End Back-to-Back N/A
-7 Goal Diff +26
30th - 15.43% PP % 20.21% - 15th
27th - 76.54% PK % 83.72% - 2nd
13th - 51.50% 5v5 GF% 53.46% - 8th
Head - To - Head
0-1-0 This Season 1-0-0
1-0-1 Last Season 1-0-1
23-27-5 (1 tie) All Time (56 GP) 32-18-5 (1 tie)
Situational Record
22-8-4 Scores First 18-3-2
10-18-1 Allows First 17-21-3
21-16-1 More Shots 18-9-2
10-8-3 Less Shots 16-15-3
6-6 1-Goal Games 3-10
After Periods
After the 1st
15-3-2 Leading 13-3-2
4-12-0 Behind 10-16-3
13-11-3 Tied 12-5-0
After the 2nd
19-3-2 Leading 19-1-1
3-20-2 Behind 6-18-3
10-3-1 Tied 10-5-1
Leaders
Artemi Panarin - 52 Points 70 - Anze Kopitar
Artemi Panarin - 18 Goals 27 - Anze Kopitar
Artemi Panarin - 34 Assists 43 - Anze Kopitar
Goalies
Sergei Bobrovsky Starter Jonathan Quick
Projected Status Likely
27-20-5 Record 24-23-2
2.41 GAA 2.45
.920% SV % .922%
Injuries
(Knee) Josh Anderson OUT Trevor Lewis (Upper Body)
(Lower Body) Nick Foligno OUT
(Upper Body) Dean Kukan OUT
(Upper Body) Markus Nutivaara OUT

NHL Results for Wednesday, February 28th

YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS
BUF at TBL
Info
2 Final - OT 1
34 Shots 22
1/4 PP 0/1
2 PIM 18
50% FO% 50%
16 Hits 30
16 Blocks 13
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Corey Long/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
18:03 Cory Conacher (7)
Assists Dan Girardi, Yanni Gourde
2nd Period
N/A
3rd Period
Evan Rodrigues (6) 11:47
Jason Pominville Assists
OT
Jason Pominville (10) - PP 01:26
Rasmus Ristolainen, Ryan O'Reilly Assists
Goalies
Chad Johnson Starter Andrei Vasilevskiy
21 Saves 32
22 Shots 34
.955% Save % .941%
NYI at MTL
Info
1 Final 3
28 Shots 26
0/2 PP 1/2
4 PIM 4
43% FO% 57%
39 Hits 18
16 Blocks 32
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Sean Farrell/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
Mathew Barzal (18) 03:50
Jordan Eberle, Thomas Hickey Assists
11:02 Paul Byron (15)
Assists Artturi Lehkonen, Jonathan Drouin
2nd Period
08:29 PP - Jonathan Drouin (10)
Assists Jeff Petry, Alex Galchenyuk
13:37 Nikita Scherbak (2)
Assists Brendan Gallagher, Jacob de la Rose
3rd Period
N/A
Goalies
Jaroslav Halak Starter Antti Niemi
23 Saves 27
26 Shots 28
.885% Save % .964%
DET at STL
Info
1 Final 2
36 Shots 25
0/2 PP 0/1
6 PIM 8
52% FO% 48%
7 Hits 22
11 Blocks 23
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Louie Korac/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
01:12 Scottie Upshall (7)
Assists Colton Parayko, Kyle Brodziak
3rd Period
14:37 Alex Pietrangelo (11)
Assists Jaden Schwartz, Brayden Schenn
Andreas Athanasiou (13) 18:15
Tyler Bertuzzi Assists
Goalies
Jimmy Howard Starter Carter Hutton
23 Saves 35
25 Shots 36
.920% Save % .972%
CGY at COL
Info
2 Final 5
32 Shots 34
0/5 PP 1/7
33 PIM 19
56% FO% 44%
16 Hits 13
5 Blocks 24
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Rick Sadowski/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
Mikael Backlund (12) - SH 14:19
Unassisted Assists
2nd Period
Michael Frolik (10) 02:41
Matthew Tkachuk, Mikael Backlund Assists
08:24 PP - Nathan MacKinnon (29)
Assists Gabriel Landeskog, Tyson Barrie
09:32 Nikita Zadorov (5)
Assists Blake Comeau, Carl Soderberg
12:41 Tyson Barrie (7)
Assists Mikko Rantanen, Nathan MacKinnon
18:42 Matt Nieto (11)
Assists Carl Soderberg, Blake Comeau
3rd Period
19:43 EN - Duncan Siemens (1)
Assists Unassisted
Goalies
David Rittich Starter Semyon Varlamov
29 Saves 30
33 Shots 32
.879% Save % .938%
NYR at VAN
Info
6 Final - OT 5
27 Shots 55
0/2 PP 1/3
6 PIM 4
42% FO% 58%
25 Hits 14
15 Blocks 8
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Kevin Woodley/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
Kevin Hayes (16) 01:22
Ryan Spooner, Brady Skjei Assists
Jimmy Vesey (12) 02:05
Neal Pionk, Vladislav Namestnikov Assists
Kevin Hayes (17) 12:29
Neal Pionk, Ryan Spooner Assists
14:12 Brock Boeser (28)
Assists Bo Horvat
19:12 PP - Bo Horvat (17)
Assists Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin
2nd Period
11:01 Daniel Sedin (20)
Assists Unassisted
Vladislav Namestnikov (21) 14:58
Unassisted Assists
3rd Period
12:17 Nikolay Goldobin (4)
Assists Brendan Leipsic, Derrick Pouliot
Mika Zibanejad (18) 14:47
Chris Kreider, Jesper Fast Assists
19:14 Brock Boeser (29)
Assists Brendan Leipsic, Bo Horvat
OT
John Gilmour (2) 01:22
Ryan Spooner Assists
Goalies
Henrik Lundqvist Starter Jacob Markstrom
50 Saves 2
55 Shots 5
.909% Save % .400%
Backup Anders Nilsson
Saves 19
Shots 22
Save % .864%

Current NHL Standings

NHL STANDINGS
Teams with an asterisk (*) denote a current playoff team via standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL * 64 43 17 4 90 .703 228 172 +56 6-3-1
TOR * 66 39 20 7 85 .644 218 185 +33 7-1-2
BOS * 61 38 15 8 84 .689 199 153 +46 6-4-0
FLA 60 29 25 6 64 .533 178 195 -17 7-3-0
DET 63 26 27 10 62 .492 166 185 -19 5-4-1
MTL 63 24 29 10 58 .460 160 195 -35 2-4-4
OTT 62 21 31 10 52 .419 168 219 -51 3-6-1
BUF 64 20 33 11 51 .398 153 207 -54 5-4-1
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH * 64 36 21 7 79 .617 198 191 +7 4-4-2
PHI * 63 34 19 10 78 .619 189 178 +11 9-0-1
PIT * 64 36 24 4 76 .594 208 190 +18 7-2-1
NJD * 63 33 22 8 74 .587 188 190 -2 6-4-0
CBJ * 63 32 26 5 69 .548 168 175 -7 5-4-1
NYI 64 29 28 7 65 .508 208 228 -20 3-6-1
CAR 63 27 25 11 65 .516 167 193 -26 3-4-3
NYR 64 28 30 6 62 .484 183 206 -23 3-6-1
WESTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
NSH * 62 39 14 9 87 .702 202 160 +42 7-2-1
WPG * 63 37 17 9 83 .659 213 170 +43 6-4-0
MIN * 63 36 20 7 79 .627 196 177 +19 7-1-2
DAL * 63 36 23 4 76 .603 186 164 +22 6-4-0
STL 65 35 26 4 74 .569 178 173 +5 3-6-1
COL 63 34 24 5 73 .579 195 188 +7 5-4-1
CHI 63 27 28 8 62 .492 178 179 -1 3-7-0
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK * 63 41 17 5 87 .690 218 173 +45 6-3-1
SJS * 64 34 21 9 77 .602 187 178 +9 6-3-1
LAK * 64 35 24 5 75 .586 184 158 +26 5-5-0
ANA * 64 31 21 12 74 .578 176 178 -2 6-2-2
CGY 65 32 24 9 73 .562 184 192 -8 4-5-1
EDM 63 27 32 4 58 .460 179 209 -30 4-6-0
VAN 64 24 32 8 56 .438 173 210 -37 3-5-2
ARI 62 18 34 10 46 .371 148 205 -57 6-3-1

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
TBL 64 43 17 4 90 .703 228 172 54 223 24.22 47 211 77.73 2070 10.8 2077 .918 102.3
NSH 62 39 14 9 87 .702 202 160 49 212 23.11 39 223 82.51 1988 9.9 2016 .923 101.6
VGK 63 41 17 5 87 .690 218 173 41 195 21.03 36 180 80.00 2081 10.4 1918 .911 100.8
BOS 61 38 15 8 84 .689 199 153 37 189 19.58 32 180 82.22 1975 9.9 1775 .915 101.1
WPG 63 37 17 9 83 .659 213 170 54 219 24.66 38 217 82.49 2009 10.5 1977 .915 100.8
TOR 66 39 20 7 85 .644 218 185 37 182 20.33 31 189 83.60 2101 10.1 2251 .919 101.8
MIN 63 36 20 7 79 .627 196 177 40 189 21.16 42 221 81.00 1906 10.1 2033 .914 101.0
PHI 63 34 19 10 78 .619 189 178 44 209 21.05 44 178 75.28 1991 9.4 1893 .909 100.7
WSH 64 36 21 7 79 .617 198 191 41 189 21.69 44 216 79.63 1832 10.6 2075 .908 101.5
DAL 63 36 23 4 76 .603 186 164 37 194 19.07 38 217 82.49 1992 9.1 1872 .913 100.6
SJS 64 34 21 9 77 .602 187 178 44 206 21.36 29 186 84.41 2107 8.7 1969 .911 99.0
PIT 64 36 24 4 76 .594 208 190 55 204 26.96 37 210 82.38 2192 9.4 1994 .906 98.2
NJD 63 33 22 8 74 .587 188 190 38 194 19.59 37 211 82.46 1986 9.3 2010 .907 99.9
LAK 64 35 24 5 75 .586 184 158 38 188 20.21 35 215 83.72 1986 9.2 2025 .922 101.1
COL 63 34 24 5 73 .579 195 188 47 236 19.92 37 219 83.11 1862 10.4 2071 .910 100.9
ANA 64 31 21 12 74 .578 176 178 31 174 17.82 40 229 82.53 1939 8.9 2160 .921 100.6
STL 65 35 26 4 74 .569 178 173 33 209 15.79 37 199 81.41 2137 8.2 1955 .912 99.9
CGY 65 32 24 9 73 .562 184 192 41 225 18.22 44 222 80.18 2134 8.5 2079 .910 99.9
Avg. 63 32 24 7 71 .559 186 186 39 198 19.85 39 198 80.15 2023 9.2 2023 .909 100.0
CBJ 63 32 26 5 69 .548 168 175 27 175 15.43 38 162 76.54 2165 7.5 1960 .913 99.6
FLA 60 29 25 6 64 .533 178 195 37 189 19.58 38 181 79.01 2067 8.5 2084 .908 99.0
CAR 63 27 25 11 65 .516 167 193 38 198 19.19 31 150 79.33 2153 7.6 1820 .896 97.9
NYI 64 29 28 7 65 .508 208 228 41 197 20.81 47 183 74.32 1988 10.3 2293 .901 100.6
CHI 63 27 28 8 62 .492 178 179 35 226 15.49 33 188 82.45 2189 8.1 2027 .912 99.4
DET 63 26 27 10 62 .492 166 185 34 184 18.48 43 197 78.17 1910 8.5 2003 .908 99.7
NYR 64 28 30 6 62 .484 183 206 40 192 20.83 35 199 82.41 2018 8.9 2205 .908 99.5
EDM 63 27 32 4 58 .460 179 209 22 160 13.75 52 194 73.20 2133 8.3 1982 .895 99.3
MTL 63 24 29 10 58 .460 160 195 40 188 21.28 45 198 77.27 2126 7.4 1990 .905 98.5
VAN 64 24 32 8 56 .438 173 210 44 206 21.36 51 222 77.03 1944 8.9 2064 .900 99.3
OTT 62 21 31 10 52 .419 168 219 32 194 16.49 44 180 75.56 1891 8.8 2061 .897 98.9
BUF 64 20 33 11 51 .398 153 207 34 195 17.44 39 189 79.37 1964 7.8 2073 .901 98.5
ARI 62 18 34 10 46 .371 148 205 32 190 16.84 34 165 79.39 1870 7.9 1994 .900 98.7
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 63 32 24 7 71 .559 186 186 39 198 19.85 39 198 80.15 2023 9.2 2023 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 3/1/2018.

Roster Transactions over the past 24 hours from around the NHL & AHL

ROSTER TRANSACTIONS
Team Thursday, March 1st -- Transactions
TBL SIGNING: Free Agent Forward Alex Barre-Boulet has signed a three-year entry level contract
Team Wednesday, February 28th -- Transactions
NJD CALLED UP: Goaltender Cory Schneider from Binghamton (AHL)
SJS SIGNING: Goaltender Aaron Dell has signed a two-year extension with an AAV of $1,900,000 per year
VAN SIGNING: Defenseman Alex Biega has signed a two-year extension with an AAV of $825,000 per year

Current Injury & Suspensions reports from around the NHL

Injury & Suspensions Report

Injury & Suspensions Update -- Additions Over the Past 24 Hours

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
Max Domi ARI Wed Feb 28 2018 Illness Domi is ailing from an illness and his status is in question for Thursdays game against MIN.
Nick Holden BOS Wed Feb 28 2018 Undisclosed Holden is dealing with an undisclosed injury and it is unclear if he will suit up against PIT on Thursday.
Nate Prosser MIN Wed Feb 28 2018 Face Prosser is nursing a facial injury and it is unclear if he will suit up against ARI on Thursday.
Zach Aston-Reese PIT Wed Feb 28 2018 Upper Body Aston-Reese suffered an upper-body injury and there is no timetable for return.
Justin Braun SJS Wed Feb 28 2018 Illness Braun is battling an illness and his status is unknown for Thursdays matchup against CHI is in question.
Bryan Little WPG Wed Feb 28 2018 Illness Little is ailing from an illness and his availability against DET on Friday is clouded.

Current Individual Leaders

NOTE: *To be included in our League Leaders, players must have played in at least 22% of all possible games for their respective teams.
League Leaders
Nikita Kucherov 82 Alex Ovechkin 39 Jakub Voracek 56
Evgeni Malkin 76 Evgeni Malkin 36 Blake Wheeler 55
Connor McDavid 75 William Karlsson 34 Johnny Gaudreau 53
Claude Giroux 74 Nikita Kucherov 33 Claude Giroux 52
2 players at 73 Eric Staal 33 2 players at 49
William Karlsson +37 Nikita Kucherov 1.30 Sean Monahan 11
Reilly Smith +32 Nathan MacKinnon 1.29 Brayden Point 9
Jonathan Marchessault +30 Evgeni Malkin 1.27 Nathan MacKinnon 9
Brad Marchand +29 Brad Marchand 1.21 Brayden Schenn 7
Sean Couturier +27 Connor McDavid 1.19 2 more players at 7
Alex Ovechkin 276 William Karlsson 24.1% Ryan Suter 26:57
Brent Burns 263 Yanni Gourde 20.4% Drew Doughty 26:48
Vladimir Tarasenko 254 Mark Scheifele 20.4% Rasmus Ristolainen 26:34
Tyler Seguin 247 Evgeni Malkin 19.1% Erik Karlsson 26:24
Evander Kane 229 Eric Staal 18.9% Victor Hedman 25:51
Kris Russell 185 Robert Hagg 223 Micheal Haley 164
Alec Martinez 165 Chris Wagner 217 Tom Wilson 154
Andy Greene 151 Milan Lucic 196 Antoine Roussel 101
Brooks Orpik 144 Leo Komarov 193 Cody McLeod 94
Alexander Edler 143 Cal Clutterbuck 192 Austin Watson 91
Carter Hutton 1.99 Carter Hutton .935 Andrei Vasilevskiy 7
Marc-Andre Fleury 2.15 Marc-Andre Fleury .930 Connor Hellebuyck 6
Tuukka Rask 2.23 Corey Crawford .929 Pekka Rinne 6
Corey Crawford 2.27 Andrei Vasilevskiy .927 Frederik Andersen 5
Kari Lehtonen 2.30 Pekka Rinne .927 Ben Bishop 5
NOTES: All stats and information are lovingly assembled from information collected from various smaller sites in addition to nhl.com, tsn.com, and cbc.com. These smaller independent sites include:
  • Hockey-Reference.com for their amazing historical games database, handy tables and injury reports
  • HockeyDB.com for their fantastic ability to stay on top of roster moves throughout the NHL and AHL
  • LeftWingLock.com for their projected starting goalies
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2018.02.28 14:53 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - Wednesday, Feb. 28th

DAILY NHL UPDATE - Wednesday, February 28th
FINAL Edition

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Tuesday, February 27th Wednesday, February 28th Time (ET) Thursday, March 1st Time (ET)
YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW
CAR 3 - 4 BOS OT BUF @ TBL 7:00 PM CAR @ PHI 7:00 PM
NJD 3 - 2 PIT NYI @ MTL 7:00 PM PIT @ BOS 7:00 PM
OTT 2 - 3 WSH DET @ STL 8:00 PM NJD @ FLA 7:30 PM
TOR 2 - 3 FLA OT CGY @ COL 9:30 PM TBL @ DAL 8:30 PM
NSH 6 - 5 WPG NYR @ VAN 10:00 PM MIN @ ARI 9:00 PM
STL 3 - 8 MIN NSH @ EDM 9:00 PM
CGY 0 - 2 DAL CHI @ SJS 10:00 PM
EDM 2 - 5 SJS CBJ @ LAK 10:30 PM
LAK 4 - 1 VGK

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
BUF at TBL
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
MSG - Buffalo Local TV FS - Sun
TVAS CAN - National TV
Stats
19-33-11 Record 43-17-3
49 Points 89
8th - Atlantic Place 1st - Atlantic
5-4-1 Last 10 7-3-0
W1 Streak W4
N/A Back-to-Back Front End
-55 Goal Diff +57
25th - 17.28% PP % 24.32% - 3rd
21st - 79.26% PK % 77.78% - 24th
31st - 41.40% 5v5 GF% 58.17% - 2nd
Head - To - Head
1-1-0 This Season 1-1-0
0-3-1 Last Season 4-0-0
53-35-3 (5 ties) All Time (96 GP) 38-46-7 (5 ties)
Situational Record
15-7-7 Scores First 30-5-0
4-26-4 Allows First 13-12-3
9-14-5 More Shots 21-8-2
8-16-5 Less Shots 20-9-1
4-10 1-Goal Games 9-5
After Periods
After the 1st
7-3-5 Leading 19-4-0
2-20-2 Behind 5-9-2
10-10-4 Tied 19-4-1
After the 2nd
14-0-5 Leading 29-1-1
2-28-3 Behind 5-14-0
3-5-3 Tied 9-2-2
Leaders
Jack Eichel - 53 Points 82 - Nikita Kucherov
Jack Eichel - 22 Goals 33 - Nikita Kucherov
Jack Eichel - 31 Assists 49 - Nikita Kucherov
Goalies
Chad Johnson Starter Andrei Vasilevskiy
Confirmed Status Confirmed
5-10-3 Record 37-12-2
3.29 GAA 2.35
.894% SV % .927%
Injuries
(Hip) Zach Bogosian IR Peter Budaj (Leg)
(Lower Body) Jack Eichel IR Ondrej Palat (Lower Body)
(Shoulder) Jake McCabe IR
(Personal) Kyle Okposo Day-to-Day Tyler Johnson (Undisclosed)
Day-to-Day Nikita Kucherov (Upper Body)
Day-to-Day Ryan McDonagh (Upper Body)
NYI at MTL
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
MSG + Local TV RDS
National TV - CAN SN
Stats
29-27-7 Record 23-29-10
65 Points 56
6th - Metro Place 6th - Atlantic
3-5-2 Last 10 2-4-4
L3 Streak L2
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
-18 Goal Diff -37
12th - 21.03% PP % 20.97% - 13th
30th - 74.59% PK % 77.04% - 25th
19th - 49.13% 5v5 GF% 45.33% - 26th
Head - To - Head
1-0-0 This Season 0-0-1
2-1-0 Last Season 1-2-0
61-86-2 (15 ties) All Time (164 GP) 88-52-9 (15 ties)
Situational Record
19-6-2 Scores First 14-7-6
10-21-5 Allows First 9-22-3
7-8-4 More Shots 12-15-4
22-18-3 Less Shots 10-13-5
3-7 1-Goal Games 5-3
After Periods
After the 1st
15-2-2 Leading 10-1-1
4-16-3 Behind 3-13-1
10-9-2 Tied 10-15-8
After the 2nd
20-2-2 Leading 16-1-2
5-23-3 Behind 2-23-2
4-2-2 Tied 5-5-6
Leaders
Mathew Barzal - 66 Points 37 - Max Pacioretty
John Tavares - 30 Goals 21 - Brendan Gallagher
Mathew Barzal - 49 Assists 22 - Alex Galchenyuk
Goalies
Jaroslav Halak Starter Antti Niemi
Confirmed Status Confirmed
18-20-5 Record 3-6-2
3.18 GAA 3.76
.911% SV % .892%
Injuries
(Shoulder) Calvin de Haan IR Ales Hemsky (Concussion)
(Lower Body) Thomas Greiss IR Carey Price (Concussion)
(Shoulder) Nikolai Kulemin IR Andrew Shaw (Lower Body)
(Lower Body) Scott Mayfield IR Shea Weber (Foot)
(Upper Body) Shane Prince IR
(Lower Body) Alan Quine IR
DET at STL
Info
8:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (CT)
Local TV
NBCSN National TV NBCSN
Stats
26-26-10 Record 34-26-4
62 Points 72
5th - Atlantic Place 5th - Central
5-3-2 Last 10 2-7-1
W2 Streak L7
N/A Back-to-Back Back End
-18 Goal Diff +4
22nd - 18.68% PP % 15.87% - 28th
23rd - 78.06% PK % 81.22% - 14th
21st - 47.79% 5v5 GF% 51.35% - 13th
Head - To - Head
0-1-0 This Season 1-0-0
1-1-0 Last Season 1-0-1
123-114-8 (37 ties) All Time (282 GP) 122-113-10 (37 ties)
Situational Record
20-6-8 Scores First 27-6-2
6-20-2 Allows First 7-20-2
10-9-6 More Shots 25-17-3
15-15-3 Less Shots 9-9-1
2-8 1-Goal Games 6-7
After Periods
After the 1st
17-2-3 Leading 18-0-2
2-15-3 Behind 3-14-2
7-9-4 Tied 13-12-0
After the 2nd
19-0-4 Leading 26-0-2
1-21-4 Behind 2-22-1
6-5-2 Tied 6-4-1
Leaders
Dylan Larkin - 47 Points 56 - Brayden Schenn
Anthony Mantha - 20 Goals 26 - Vladimir Tarasenko
Dylan Larkin - 38 Assists 32 - Brayden Schenn
Goalies
Jimmy Howard Starter Carter Hutton
Projected Status Projected
18-19-7 Record 15-7-2
2.77 GAA 2.03
.912% SV % .933%
Injuries
IR Robert Bortuzzo (Knee)
IR Joel Edmundson (Forearm)
IR Robby Fabbri (Knee)
(Neck) Mike Green Day-to-Day Nikita Soshnikov (Upper Body)
CGY at COL
Info
7:30 PM (MT) Local Time 7:30 PM (MT)
Local TV ALT
SN - 360 CAN - National TV
Stats
32-23-9 Record 33-24-5
73 Points 71
5th - Pacific Place 6th - Central
4-5-1 Last 10 4-5-1
L1 Streak W1
Back End Back-to-Back N/A
-5 Goal Diff +4
23rd - 18.64% PP % 20.09% - 16th
17th - 80.00% PK % 82.71% - 4th
16th - 50.65% 5v5 GF% 50.67% - 15th
Head - To - Head
2-0-0 This Season 0-2-0
3-0-0 Last Season 0-3-0
75-57-8 (20 ties) All Time (160 GP) 65-73-2 (20 ties)
Situational Record
18-5-6 Scores First 28-6-2
14-18-3 Allows First 5-18-3
17-13-3 More Shots 9-10-3
13-10-5 Less Shots 24-13-2
9-6 1-Goal Games 3-5
After Periods
After the 1st
12-1-5 Leading 14-3-1
7-11-2 Behind 0-11-2
13-11-2 Tied 19-10-2
After the 2nd
20-3-2 Leading 25-2-2
5-14-0 Behind 2-20-2
7-6-7 Tied 6-2-1
Leaders
Johnny Gaudreau - 73 Points 69 - Nathan MacKinnon
Sean Monahan - 29 Goals 28 - Nathan MacKinnon
Johnny Gaudreau - 53 Assists 41 - Nathan MacKinnon
Goalies
David Rittich Starter Semyon Varlamov
Very Likely Status Likely
6-4-3 Record 16-13-3
3.03 GAA 2.88
.902% SV % .912%
Injuries
(Undisclosed) Marek Hrivik IR Sven Andrighetto (Leg)
(Groin) Mike Smith IR Mark Barberio (Lower Body)
(Hip) Kris Versteeg IR Jonathan Bernier (Concussion)
IR Sergei Boikov (Shoulder)
IR Erik Johnson (Upper Body)
IR Vladislav Kamenev (Arm)
IR Anton Lindholm (Upper Body)
(Lower Body) Micheal Ferland Day-to-Day Andrew Hammond (Concussion)
NYR at VAN
Info
10:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (PT)
MSG Local TV SN-P
Stats
27-30-6 Record 24-32-7
60 Points 55
8th - Metro Place 7th - Pacific
2-7-1 Last 10 3-6-1
L7 Streak L1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
-24 Goal Diff -36
10th - 21.05% PP % 21.18% - 7th
5th - 82.65% PK % 76.82% - 26th
28th - 44.66% 5v5 GF% 45.65% - 25th
Head - To - Head
1-0-0 This Season 0-0-1
1-1-0 Last Season 1-1-0
79-32-1 (8 ties) All Time (120 GP) 33-77-2 (8 ties)
Situational Record
17-8-1 Scores First 15-8-5
9-22-5 Allows First 9-24-2
12-11-3 More Shots 7-14-4
14-19-3 Less Shots 15-17-3
4-8 1-Goal Games 4-5
After Periods
After the 1st
12-5-2 Leading 12-0-1
4-18-3 Behind 4-23-0
11-7-1 Tied 8-9-6
After the 2nd
16-0-0 Leading 18-1-5
4-24-3 Behind 2-29-2
7-6-3 Tied 4-2-0
Leaders
Mats Zuccarello - 43 Points 52 - Brock Boeser
Mika Zibanejad - 17 Goals 27 - Brock Boeser
Mats Zuccarello - 33 Assists 39 - Henrik Sedin
Goalies
Henrik Lundqvist Starter Jacob Markstrom
Projected Status Projected
23-21-5 Record 17-21-5
2.89 GAA 2.71
.914% SV % .911%
Injuries
(Hand) Steven Kampfer IR Derek Dorsett (Neck)
(Knee) Ondrej Pavelec IR Brendan Gaunce (Foot)
(Knee) Kevin Shattenkirk IR Markus Granlund (Ankle)
IR Chris Tanev (Leg)
Day-to-Day Loui Eriksson (Upper Body)

NHL Results for Sunday, February 26th

YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS
CAR at BOS
Info
3 Final - OT 4
32 Shots 32
2/3 PP 0/2
4 PIM 6
52% FO% 48%
25 Hits 31
8 Blocks 10
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Matt Kalman/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
Brock McGinn (11) - PP 10:01
Jeff Skinner, Justin Faulk Assists
11:41 Rick Nash (19)
Assists David Krejci, Jake DeBrusk
Teuvo Teravainen (16) - PP 13:09
Justin Faulk, Victor Rask Assists
Sebastian Aho (22) 19:04
Teuvo Teravainen, Derek Ryan Assists
19:57 Riley Nash (11)
Assists Tommy Wingels, Torey Krug
2nd Period
05:34 Tommy Wingels (8)
Assists Jake DeBrusk, Charlie McAvoy
3rd Period
N/A
OT
01:08 Charlie McAvoy (7)
Assists Riley Nash
Goalies
Scott Darling Starter Tuukka Rask
28 Saves 29
32 Shots 32
.875% Save % .906%
NJD at PIT
Info
3 Final 2
38 Shots 38
1/1 PP 0/2
6 PIM 4
43% FO% 57%
32 Hits 26
20 Blocks 13
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Wes Crosby/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
08:17 Sidney Crosby (21)
Assists Brian Dumoulin, Jake Guentzel
Kyle Palmieri (17) 12:19
Damon Severson, Taylor Hall Assists
2nd Period
Taylor Hall (27) - PP 04:25
Damon Severson, Travis Zajac Assists
17:02 Matt Hunwick (4)
Assists Jake Guentzel
3rd Period
Stefan Noesen (9) 05:01
Andy Greene, Travis Zajac Assists
Goalies
Keith Kinkaid Starter Casey DeSmith
36 Saves 35
38 Shots 38
.947% Save % .921%
OTT at WSH
Info
2 Final 3
30 Shots 22
1/7 PP 0/2
9 PIM 19
40% FO% 60%
20 Hits 20
12 Blocks 22
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Brian McNally/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
15:16 Evgeny Kuznetsov (18)
Assists T.J. Oshie, Matt Niskanen
2nd Period
00:43 Tom Wilson (11)
Assists Nicklas Backstrom
Mike Hoffman (18) - PP 06:25
Erik Karlsson, Mike Condon Assists
19:48 Evgeny Kuznetsov (19)
Assists Matt Niskanen, Jakub Vrana
3rd Period
Erik Karlsson (6) 03:14
Fredrik Claesson, Mark Stone Assists
Goalies
Mike Condon Starter Philipp Grubauer
19 Saves 28
22 Shots 30
.864% Save % .933%
TOR at FLA
Info
2 Final - OT 3
39 Shots 31
0/2 PP 1/4
8 PIM 4
53% FO% 47%
11 Hits 18
7 Blocks 15
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
11:02 PP - Aleksander Barkov (21)
Assists Jonathan Huberdeau, Vincent Trocheck
2nd Period
01:42 Jonathan Huberdeau (19)
Assists Vincent Trocheck, Radim Vrbata
Dominic Moore (6) 02:53
Leo Komarov, Kasperi Kapanen Assists
Zach Hyman (7) 12:34
William Nylander Assists
3rd Period
N/A
OT
03:47 Jared McCann (7)
Assists Aaron Ekblad
Goalies
Curtis McElhinney Starter Roberto Luongo
28 Saves 37
31 Shots 39
.903% Save % .949%
NSH at WPG
Info
6 Final 5
32 Shots 39
1/2 PP 1/2
6 PIM 6
43% FO% 57%
14 Hits 22
11 Blocks 24
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Scott Billeck/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
02:45 Matt Hendricks (5)
Assists Joel Armia, Andrew Copp
Craig Smith (19) 08:55
Roman Josi Assists
12:41 Mark Scheifele (20)
Assists Jack Roslovic, Kyle Connor
14:23 PP - Mark Scheifele (21)
Assists Paul Stastny, Blake Wheeler
Kyle Turris (11) 15:07
Viktor Arvidsson, Roman Josi Assists
Mattias Ekholm (9) - PP 17:06
Calle Jarnkrok, Roman Josi Assists
17:39 Nikolaj Ehlers (25)
Assists Patrik Laine, Ben Chiarot
3rd Period
10:00 Paul Stastny (13)
Assists Nikolaj Ehlers, Patrik Laine
Craig Smith (20) 10:55
Yannick Weber Assists
Ryan Johansen (9) 13:57
Viktor Arvidsson, Roman Josi Assists
Ryan Hartman (9) 19:00
Roman Josi Assists
Goalies
Pekka Rinne Starter Connor Hellebuyck
34 Saves 26
39 Shots 32
.872% Save % .813%
STL at MIN
Info
3 Final 8
25 Shots 33
1/6 PP 2/6
12 PIM 12
52% FO% 48%
20 Hits 16
9 Blocks 16
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Jessi Pierce/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
02:57 PP - Jason Zucker (26)
Assists Ryan Suter, Eric Staal
07:13 Mikael Granlund (18)
Assists Eric Staal, Jason Zucker
Vladimir Tarasenko (25) 09:59
Brayden Schenn, Alexander Steen Assists
11:17 Mikael Granlund (19)
Assists Nick Seeler, Nate Prosser
2nd Period
Alex Pietrangelo (10) 00:15
Jaden Schwartz, Jay Bouwmeester Assists
08:19 PP - Eric Staal (31)
Assists Jason Zucker, Ryan Suter
17:07 Mikko Koivu (10)
Assists Charlie Coyle, Zach Parise
Vladimir Tarasenko (26) - PP 18:32
Jaden Schwartz, Alexander Steen Assists
19:44 Jared Spurgeon (9)
Assists Mikael Granlund, Ryan Suter
3rd Period
07:46 Eric Staal (32)
Assists Jason Zucker, Mikko Koivu
10:54 Eric Staal (33)
Assists Jason Zucker, Mikael Granlund
Goalies
Jake Allen Starter Devan Dubnyk
5 Saves 22
8 Shots 25
.625% Save % .880%
Carter Hutton Backup
20 Saves
25 Shots
.800% Save %
CGY at DAL
Info
0 Final 2
38 Shots 26
0/6 PP 1/6
14 PIM 14
42% FO% 58%
7 Hits 17
15 Blocks 23
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
19:21 Devin Shore (8)
Assists Remi Elie, Dan Hamhuis
2nd Period
10:04 PP - Tyler Seguin (32)
Assists Jamie Benn, Brett Ritchie
3rd Period
N/A
Goalies
Jon Gillies Starter Ben Bishop
24 Saves 38
26 Shots 38
.923% Save % 1.000%
EDM at SJS
Info
2 Final 5
26 Shots 37
0/2 PP 0/3
8 PIM 6
48% FO% 52%
25 Hits 20
18 Blocks 20
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - Eric Gilmore/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
Connor McDavid (28) 04:33
Andrej Sekera Assists
2nd Period
01:20 Joe Pavelski (16)
Assists Evander Kane, Joakim Ryan
07:02 Justin Braun (3)
Assists Joe Pavelski, Evander Kane
16:15 Timo Meier (16)
Assists Joe Pavelski, Joonas Donskoi
17:38 Logan Couture (26)
Assists Mikkel Boedker
3rd Period
Jesse Puljujarvi (10) 06:06
Pontus Aberg, Ryan Strome Assists
19:05 Chris Tierney (16)
Assists Eric Fehr, Joe Pavelski
Goalies
Cam Talbot Starter Martin Jones
32 Saves 24
36 Shots 26
.889% Save % .923%
LAK at VGK
Info
4 Final 1
30 Shots 42
1/6 PP 0/4
8 PIM 12
41% FO% 59%
33 Hits 42
18 Blocks 10
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Links Written Recap - NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
05:27 William Karlsson (34)
Assists Jonathan Marchessault, Reilly Smith
Kyle Clifford (4) 08:36
Unassisted Assists
2nd Period
Tyler Toffoli (21) 06:56
Unassisted Assists
Anze Kopitar (27) 19:30
Alex Iafallo Assists
3rd Period
Jeff Carter (2) - PP 18:02
Anze Kopitar, Dion Phaneuf Assists
Goalies
Jack Campbell Starter Maxime Lagace
41 Saves 26
42 Shots 30
.976% Save % .867%

Current NHL Standings

NHL STANDINGS
Teams with an asterisk (*) denote a current playoff team via standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL * 63 43 17 3 89 .706 227 170 +57 7-3-0
TOR * 66 39 20 7 85 .644 218 185 +33 7-1-2
BOS * 61 38 15 8 84 .689 199 153 +46 6-4-0
FLA 60 29 25 6 64 .533 178 195 -17 7-3-0
DET 62 26 26 10 62 .500 165 183 -18 5-3-2
MTL 62 23 29 10 56 .452 157 194 -37 2-4-4
OTT 62 21 31 10 52 .419 168 219 -51 3-6-1
BUF 63 19 33 11 49 .389 151 206 -55 5-4-1
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH * 64 36 21 7 79 .617 198 191 +7 4-4-2
PHI * 63 34 19 10 78 .619 189 178 +11 9-0-1
PIT * 64 36 24 4 76 .594 208 190 +18 7-2-1
NJD * 63 33 22 8 74 .587 188 190 -2 6-4-0
CBJ * 63 32 26 5 69 .548 168 175 -7 5-4-1
NYI 63 29 27 7 65 .516 207 225 -18 3-5-2
CAR 63 27 25 11 65 .516 167 193 -26 3-4-3
NYR 63 27 30 6 60 .476 177 201 -24 2-7-1
WESTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
NSH * 62 39 14 9 87 .702 202 160 +42 7-2-1
WPG * 63 37 17 9 83 .659 213 170 +43 6-4-0
MIN * 63 36 20 7 79 .627 196 177 +19 7-1-2
DAL * 63 36 23 4 76 .603 186 164 +22 6-4-0
STL 64 34 26 4 72 .563 176 172 +4 2-7-1
COL 62 33 24 5 71 .573 190 186 +4 4-5-1
CHI 63 27 28 8 62 .492 178 179 -1 3-7-0
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK * 63 41 17 5 87 .690 218 173 +45 6-3-1
SJS * 64 34 21 9 77 .602 187 178 +9 6-3-1
LAK * 64 35 24 5 75 .586 184 158 +26 5-5-0
ANA * 64 31 21 12 74 .578 176 178 -2 6-2-2
CGY 64 32 23 9 73 .570 182 187 -5 4-5-1
EDM 63 27 32 4 58 .460 179 209 -30 4-6-0
VAN 63 24 32 7 55 .437 168 204 -36 3-6-1
ARI 62 18 34 10 46 .371 148 205 -57 6-3-1

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
TBL 63 43 17 3 89 .706 227 170 54 222 24.32 46 207 77.78 2048 10.9 2043 .918 102.3
NSH 62 39 14 9 87 .702 202 160 49 212 23.11 39 223 82.51 1988 9.9 2016 .923 101.6
VGK 63 41 17 5 87 .690 218 173 41 195 21.03 36 180 80.00 2081 10.4 1918 .911 100.8
BOS 61 38 15 8 84 .689 199 153 37 189 19.58 32 180 82.22 1975 9.9 1775 .915 101.1
WPG 63 37 17 9 83 .659 213 170 54 219 24.66 38 217 82.49 2009 10.5 1977 .915 100.8
TOR 66 39 20 7 85 .644 218 185 37 182 20.33 31 189 83.60 2101 10.1 2251 .919 101.8
MIN 63 36 20 7 79 .627 196 177 40 189 21.16 42 221 81.00 1906 10.1 2033 .914 101.0
PHI 63 34 19 10 78 .619 189 178 44 209 21.05 44 178 75.28 1991 9.4 1893 .909 100.7
WSH 64 36 21 7 79 .617 198 191 41 189 21.69 44 216 79.63 1832 10.6 2075 .908 101.5
DAL 63 36 23 4 76 .603 186 164 37 194 19.07 38 217 82.49 1992 9.1 1872 .913 100.6
SJS 64 34 21 9 77 .602 187 178 44 206 21.36 29 186 84.41 2107 8.7 1969 .911 99.0
PIT 64 36 24 4 76 .594 208 190 55 204 26.96 37 210 82.38 2192 9.4 1994 .906 98.2
NJD 63 33 22 8 74 .587 188 190 38 194 19.59 37 211 82.46 1986 9.3 2010 .907 99.9
LAK 64 35 24 5 75 .586 184 158 38 188 20.21 35 215 83.72 1986 9.2 2025 .922 101.1
ANA 64 31 21 12 74 .578 176 178 31 174 17.82 40 229 82.53 1939 8.9 2160 .921 100.6
COL 62 33 24 5 71 .573 190 186 46 229 20.09 37 214 82.71 1828 10.3 2039 .909 100.9
CGY 64 32 23 9 73 .570 182 187 41 220 18.64 43 215 80.00 2102 8.6 2045 .911 99.9
STL 64 34 26 4 72 .563 176 172 33 208 15.87 37 197 81.22 2112 8.2 1919 .910 99.8
Avg. 63 31 24 7 70 .559 185 185 39 197 19.88 39 197 80.12 2012 9.2 2012 .909 100.0
CBJ 63 32 26 5 69 .548 168 175 27 175 15.43 38 162 76.54 2165 7.5 1960 .913 99.6
FLA 60 29 25 6 64 .533 178 195 37 189 19.58 38 181 79.01 2067 8.5 2084 .908 99.0
CAR 63 27 25 11 65 .516 167 193 38 198 19.19 31 150 79.33 2153 7.6 1820 .896 97.9
NYI 63 29 27 7 65 .516 207 225 41 195 21.03 46 181 74.59 1960 10.4 2267 .902 100.7
DET 62 26 26 10 62 .500 165 183 34 182 18.68 43 196 78.06 1874 8.6 1978 .908 99.8
CHI 63 27 28 8 62 .492 178 179 35 226 15.49 33 188 82.45 2189 8.1 2027 .912 99.4
NYR 63 27 30 6 60 .476 177 201 40 190 21.05 34 196 82.65 1991 8.7 2150 .908 99.3
EDM 63 27 32 4 58 .460 179 209 22 160 13.75 52 194 73.20 2133 8.3 1982 .895 99.3
MTL 62 23 29 10 56 .452 157 194 39 186 20.97 45 196 77.04 2100 7.4 1962 .904 98.4
VAN 63 24 32 7 55 .437 168 204 43 203 21.18 51 220 76.82 1889 8.9 2037 .901 99.5
OTT 62 21 31 10 52 .419 168 219 32 194 16.49 44 180 75.56 1891 8.8 2061 .897 98.9
BUF 63 19 33 11 49 .389 151 206 33 191 17.28 39 188 79.26 1930 7.8 2051 .900 98.5
ARI 62 18 34 10 46 .371 148 205 32 190 16.84 34 165 79.39 1870 7.9 1994 .900 98.7
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 63 31 24 7 70 .559 185 185 39 197 19.88 39 197 80.12 2012 9.2 2012 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 2/28/2018.

Roster Transactions over the past 24 hours from around the NHL & AHL

ROSTER TRANSACTIONS
Team Tuesday, February 27th -- Transactions
ANA SENT DOWN: Forward Kalle Kossila to San Diego (AHL)
ANA SENT DOWN: Goaltender Reto Berra to San Diego (AHL)
BUF CALLED UP: Forward Seth Griffith from Rochester (AHL)
BUF SENT DOWN: Forward Daniel O'Regan to Rochester (AHL)
CGY SENT DOWN: Forward Andrew Mangiapane to Stockton (AHL)
CAR CALLED UP: Forward Lucas Wallmark from Charlotte (AHL)
COL CALLED UP: Goaltender Spencer Martin from San Antonio (AHL)
EDM CALLED UP: Defenseman Ethan Bear from Bakersfield (AHL)
MIN CALLED UP: Forward Luke Kunin from Iowa (AHL)
NJD SENT DOWN: Goaltender Cory Schneider to Binghamton (AHL) (Conditioning)
PIT SIGNING: Forward Patric Hornqvist has signed a five-year extension with an average salary of $5,300,000 per year
PIT CALLED UP: Goaltender Tristan Jarry from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
VGK CALLED UP: Forward Tomas Hyka from Chicago (AHL)
WSH CALLED UP: Forward Travis Boyd from Hershey (AHL)

Current Injury & Suspensions reports from around the NHL

Injury & Suspensions Report

Injury & Suspensions Update -- Additions Over the Past 24 Hours

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
Max Domi ARI Wed Feb 28 2018 Illness Domi is ailing from an illness and his status is in question for Thursdays game against MIN.
Nate Prosser MIN Wed Feb 28 2018 Face Prosser is nursing a facial injury and it is unclear if he will suit up against ARI on Thursday.
Nikita Soshnikov STL Wed Feb 28 2018 Upper Body Soshnikov is battling an upper-body injury and it is unknown if he will be available against DET on Wednesday.
Patrice Bergeron BOS Tue Feb 27 2018 Foot Bergeron has a right foot fracture and is expected to be out of action until at least the middle of March.
Kyle Okposo BUF Tue Feb 27 2018 Personal Okposo has briefly left the team for personal reasons. It is unknown if he will be available Wednesday against TBL.
Joakim Nordstrom CAR Tue Feb 27 2018 Upper Body Nordstrom left the last game due to an upper-body injury and it is uncertain if he will play Thursday against PHI.
Andrew Hammond COL Tue Feb 27 2018 Concussion Hammond is going through the league-mandated concussion protocol and it is unclear if he will be available against CGY on Wednesday.
Josh Anderson CBJ Tue Feb 27 2018 Knee Anderson is expected to be out of action for four weeks due to a knee sprain.
Mark Borowiecki OTT Tue Feb 27 2018 Neck Borowiecki was forced from the previous game due to a neck strain and it is unknown if he will suit up against VGK on Friday.
Oscar Lindberg VGK Tue Feb 27 2018 Upper Body Lindberg missed the last game with an upper-body injury and it is uncertain if he will play against OTT on Friday.
James Neal VGK Tue Feb 27 2018 Hand Neal sat out the previous game due to a hand injury and his status for Fridays matchup against OTT is in question.

Current Individual Leaders

NOTE: *To be included in our League Leaders, players must have played in at least 22% of all possible games for their respective teams.
League Leaders
Nikita Kucherov 82 Alex Ovechkin 39 Jakub Voracek 56
Evgeni Malkin 76 Evgeni Malkin 36 Blake Wheeler 55
Connor McDavid 75 William Karlsson 34 Johnny Gaudreau 53
Claude Giroux 74 Nikita Kucherov 33 Claude Giroux 52
2 players at 73 Eric Staal 33 2 players at 49
William Karlsson +37 Nikita Kucherov 1.30 Sean Monahan 11
Reilly Smith +32 Nathan MacKinnon 1.28 Brayden Point 9
Jonathan Marchessault +30 Evgeni Malkin 1.27 Nathan MacKinnon 9
Brad Marchand +29 Brad Marchand 1.21 Brayden Schenn 7
Sean Couturier +27 Connor McDavid 1.19 2 more players at 7
Alex Ovechkin 276 William Karlsson 24.1% Ryan Suter 26:57
Brent Burns 263 Yanni Gourde 20.8% Drew Doughty 26:48
Vladimir Tarasenko 253 Mark Scheifele 20.4% Rasmus Ristolainen 26:32
Tyler Seguin 247 Evgeni Malkin 19.1% Erik Karlsson 26:24
Evander Kane 229 Eric Staal 18.9% Victor Hedman 25:47
Kris Russell 185 Robert Hagg 223 Micheal Haley 164
Alec Martinez 165 Chris Wagner 212 Tom Wilson 154
Andy Greene 151 Milan Lucic 196 Antoine Roussel 101
Brooks Orpik 144 Leo Komarov 193 Cody McLeod 94
Alexander Edler 142 Nikita Zadorov 186 Austin Watson 91
Carter Hutton 2.03 Carter Hutton .933 Andrei Vasilevskiy 7
Marc-Andre Fleury 2.15 Marc-Andre Fleury .930 Connor Hellebuyck 6
Tuukka Rask 2.23 Corey Crawford .929 Pekka Rinne 6
Corey Crawford 2.27 Andrei Vasilevskiy .927 Frederik Andersen 5
Kari Lehtonen 2.30 Pekka Rinne .927 Ben Bishop 5
NOTES: All stats and information are lovingly assembled from information collected from various smaller sites in addition to nhl.com, tsn.com, and cbc.com. These smaller independent sites include:
  • Hockey-Reference.com for their amazing historical games database, handy tables and injury reports
  • HockeyDB.com for their fantastic ability to stay on top of roster moves throughout the NHL and AHL
  • LeftWingLock.com for their projected starting goalies
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2018.02.25 14:45 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - Sunday, Feb. 25th

DAILY NHL UPDATE - Sunday, February 25th
FINAL Edition

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Saturday, February 24th Sunday, February 25th Time (ET) Monday, February 26th Time (ET)
YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW
PHI 5 - 3 OTT BOS @ BUF 5:00 PM WSH @ CBJ 7:00 PM
COL 1 - 5 CGY STL @ NSH 6:00 PM PHI @ MTL 7:30 PM
BOS 3 - 4 TOR DET @ NYR 7:30 PM TOR @ TBL 7:30 PM
BUF 1 - 5 WSH EDM @ ANA 8:00 PM VAN @ COL 9:00 PM
CAR 1 - 3 DET SJS @ MIN 8:00 PM VGK @ LAK 10:30 PM
CHI 2 - 3 CBJ VAN @ ARI 9:30 PM
NYI 1 - 2 NJD
PIT 5 - 6 FLA
TBL 4 - 3 MTL SO
WPG 5 - 3 DAL
ANA 0 - 2 ARI
EDM 4 - 3 LAK

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
STL at NSH
Info
11:00 AM (CT) Local Time 11:00 AM(CT)
Local TV
NBC US - National - CAN TVAS
Stats
34-24-4 Record 37-14-9
72 Points 83
5th - Central Place 1st (t) - Central
3-6-1 Last 10 6-2-2
L5 Streak W3
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+13 Goal Diff +37
28st - 16.24% PP % 22.60% - 4th
13th - 82.01% PK % 82.41% - 9th
9th - 53.05% 5v5 GF% 55.92% - 3rd
Head - To - Head
0-2-1 This Season 3-0-0
2-3-0 Last Season 3-2-0
52-38-14 (4 ties) All Time (108 GP) 52-41-11 (4 ties)
Situational Record
27-6-2 Scores First 29-3-4
7-18-2 Allows First 8-11-5
25-17-3 More Shots 13-5-6
9-7-1 Less Shots 21-8-2
6-7 1-Goal Games 10-3
After Periods
After the 1st
18-0-2 Leading 16-2-3
3-12-2 Behind 6-8-2
13-12-0 Tied 15-4-4
After the 2nd
26-0-2 Leading 27-2-3
2-20-1 Behind 2-11-4
6-4-1 Tied 8-1-2
Leaders
Brayden Schenn - 55 Points 48 - P.K. Subban
Brayden Schenn - 24 Goals 22 - Viktor Arvidsson
Brayden Schenn - 31 Assists 33 - P.K. Subban
Goalies
Jake Allen Starter Pekka Rinne
Confirmed Status Confirmed
19-18-2 Record 31-9-4
2.75 GAA 2.32
.906% SV % .927%
Injuries
(Knee) Robert Bortuzzo IR
(Forearm) Joel Edmundson IR
(Knee) Robby Fabbri IR
Day-to-Day P.K. Subban (Wrist)
BOS at BUF
Info
5:00 PM (ET) Local Time 5:00 (ET)
NESN Local TV MSG-B
US - National - CAN SN-360
Stats
37-14-8 Record 18-33-11
82 Points 47
3rd - Atlantic Place 8th - Atlantic
7-3-0 Last 10 4-4-2
L1 Streak L1
Back End Back-to-Back Back End
+48 Goal Diff -58
15th - 20.22% PP % 17.20% - 25th
4th - 83.14% PK % 78.80% - 21st
1st - 58.60% 5v5 GF% 40.76% - 31st
Head - To - Head
1-1-1 This Season 2-1-0
4-0-0 Last Season 0-4-0
136-111-12 (29 ties) All Time (288 GP) 123-121-15 (29 ties)
Situational Record
23-2-5 Scores First 14-7-7
14-12-3 Allows First 4-26-4
24-8-2 More Shots 9-14-5
13-5-4 Less Shots 7-16-5
10-2 1-Goal Games 4-10
After Periods
After the 1st
17-1-2 Leading 6-3-5
3-9-3 Behind 2-20-2
17-4-3 Tied 10-10-4
After the 2nd
26-0-2 Leading 13-0-5
2-12-3 Behind 2-28-3
9-2-3 Tied 3-5-3
Leaders
Brad Marchand - 57 Points 53 - Jack Eichel
Patrice Bergeron - 27 Goals 22 - Jack Eichel
Brad Marchand - 33 Assists 31 - Jack Eichel
Goalies
Anton Khudobin Starter Chad Johnson
Confirmed Status Likely
13-3-4 Record 4-10-3
2.33 GAA 3.41
.922% SV % .890%
Injuries
(Shoulder) Anders Bjork IR Zach Bogosian (Hip)
IR Jack Eichel (Lower Body)
IR Jake McCabe (Shoulder)
(Foot) Patrice Bergeron Day-to-Day
DET at NYR
Info
7:30 PM (ET) Local Time 7:30 (ET)
FS-D Local TV MSG
NHL Network US - National - CAN
Stats
25-26-10 Record 27-30-5
60 Points 59
5th - Atlantic Place 8th - Metro
4-4-2 Last 10 2-8-0
W1 Streak L6
Back End Back-to-Back N/A
-19 Goal Diff -23
22nd - 18.99% PP % 20.74% - 13th
23rd - 78.35% PK % 82.38% - 10th
21st - 47.53% 5v5 GF% 44.80% - 28th
Head - To - Head
1-0-1 This Season 1-0-1
1-1-1 Last Season 2-1-0
266-214-6 (103 ties) All Time (589 GP) 220-262-4 (103 ties)
Situational Record
19-6-8 Scores First 17-8-1
6-20-2 Allows First 9-22-4
10-9-6 More Shots 12-11-2
14-15-3 Less Shots 14-19-3
2-8 1-Goal Games 4-8
After Periods
After the 1st
16-2-3 Leading 12-5-2
2-15-3 Behind 4-18-2
7-9-4 Tied 11-7-1
After the 2nd
18-0-4 Leading 16-0-0
1-21-4 Behind 4-24-2
6-5-2 Tied 7-6-3
Leaders
Dylan Larkin - 45 Points 43 - Mats Zuccarello
Anthony Mantha - 20 Goals 17 - Mika Zibanejad
Dylan Larkin - 36 Assists 33 - Mats Zuccarello
Goalies
Jared Coreau Starter Henrik Lundqvist
Likely Status Confirmed
0-0-0 Record 23-21-4
N/A GAA 2.89
N/A SV % .914%
Injuries
IR Steven Kampfer (Hand)
IR Ondrej Pavelec (Knee)
IR Kevin Shattenkirk (Knee)
(Neck) Mike Green Day-to-Day Ryan McDonagh (Upper Body)
EDM at ANA
Info
6:00 PM (MT) Local Time 5:00 (PT)
Local TV
US - National - CAN
Stats
26-31-4 Record 31-21-11
56 Points 73
6th - Pacific Place 3rd (t) - Pacific
3-7-0 Last 10 6-3-1
W2 Streak L1
Back End Back-to-Back Back End
-28 Goal Diff -1
31st - 14.10% PP % 17.54% - 24th
31st - 72.87% PK % 82.38% - 11th
20th - 48.78% 5v5 GF% 51.85% - 13th
Head - To - Head
1-1-0 This Season 1-0-1
3-2-0 Last Season 2-1-2
45-51-5 (2 ties) All Time (103 GP) 56-36-9 (2 ties)
Situational Record
16-5-2 Scores First 22-3-6
10-26-2 Allows First 9-18-5
18-16-3 More Shots 8-9-1
8-14-1 Less Shots 21-10-10
4-9 1-Goal Games 9-3
After Periods
After the 1st
12-2-0 Leading 16-2-6
4-19-0 Behind 4-14-1
10-10-4 Tied 11-5-4
After the 2nd
15-1-0 Leading 23-2-6
4-24-2 Behind 3-17-3
7-6-2 Tied 5-2-2
Leaders
Connor McDavid - 71 Points 48 - Rickard Rakell
Connor McDavid - 27 Goals 22 - Rickard Rakell
Connor McDavid - 44 Assists 30 - Ryan Getzlaf
Goalies
Cam Talbot Starter Ryan Miller
Projected Status Projected
22-23-2 Record 8-5-5
3.09 GAA 2.38
.904% SV % .928%
Injuries
(Ribs) Ryan Nugent-Hopkins IR Patrick Eaves (Illness)
IR John Gibson (Lower Body)
(Lower Body) Patrick Maroon Day-to-Day
SJS at MIN
Info
5:00 PM (PT) Local Time 7:00 (CT)
NBCS-CA Local TV FS-N
Stats
33-21-8 Record 34-20-7
74 Points 75
2nd - Pacific Place 3rd - Central
5-5-0 Last 10 6-2-2
L2 Streak W3
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+7 Goal Diff +13
6th - 21.78% PP % 21.11% - 10th
1st - 83.98% PK % 80.84% - 15th
22nd - 46.98% 5v5 GF% 52.21% - 12th
Head - To - Head
0-0-1 This Season 1-0-0
0-3-0 Last Season 3-0-0
32-19-7 (2 ties) All Time (60 GP) 28-27-4 (2 ties)
Situational Record
22-7-2 Scores First 24-4-4
11-14-6 Allows First 10-16-3
16-14-4 More Shots 11-6-3
16-7-4 Less Shots 22-13-4
8-3 1-Goal Games 5-4
After Periods
After the 1st
19-1-2 Leading 19-0-2
7-10-4 Behind 6-8-2
7-10-2 Tied 9-12-3
After the 2nd
23-0-1 Leading 22-2-4
5-17-3 Behind 1-13-2
5-4-4 Tied 11-5-1
Leaders
Brent Burns - 51 Points 58 - Eric Staal
Logan Couture - 25 Goals 29 - Eric Staal
Brent Burns - 41 Assists 33 - Ryan Suter
Goalies
Martin Jones Starter Devan Dubnyk
Confirmed Status Likely
19-16-5 Record 25-11-5
2.52 GAA 2.57
.917% SV % .919%
Injuries
(Knee) Joe Thornton IR Jonas Brodin ()
(Shoulder) Joel Ward IR
(Wrist) Marcus Sorensen Day-to-Day
VAN at ARI
Info
6:30 PM (PT) Local Time 7:30 (MT)
SN-P Local TV FS-A
Stats
23-31-7 Record 18-33-10
53 Points 46
7th - Pacific Place 8th - Pacific
2-7-1 Last 10 6-3-1
L2 Streak W1
Front End Back-to-Back Back End
-36 Goal Diff -55
9th - 21.32% PP % 16.85% - 26h
27th - 76.56% PK % 79.50% - 19th
25th - 45.61% 5v5 GF% 42.54% - 30th
Head - To - Head
0-0-0 This Season 0-0-0
3-2-0 Last Season 0-0-0
98-66-7 (20 ties) All Time (191 GP) 0-0-0 (20 ties)
Situational Record
14-8-5 Scores First 14-13-5
9-23-2 Allows First 4-20-5
7-13-4 More Shots 8-15-3
14-17-3 Less Shots 9-17-7
4-5 1-Goal Games 3-8
After Periods
After the 1st
11-0-1 Leading 10-5-3
4-22-0 Behind 2-15-2
8-9-6 Tied 6-13-5
After the 2nd
17-1-5 Leading 13-3-3
2-28-2 Behind 4-23-3
4-2-0 Tied 1-7-4
Leaders
Brock Boeser - 51 Points 44 - Clayton Keller
Brock Boeser - 27 Goals 17 - Clayton Keller
Henrik Sedin - 37 Assists 27 - Clayton Keller
Goalies
Jacob Markstrom Starter Darcy Kuemper
Projected Status Confirmed
16-20-5 Record 10-1-3
2.76 GAA 2.10
.908% SV % .932%
Injuries
(Neck) Derek Dorsett IR No Injuries
(Foot) Brendan Gaunce IR
(Ankle) Markus Granlund IR
(Leg) Chris Tanev IR

NHL Results for Friday, February 23rd

YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS
PHI at OTT
Info
5 Final 3
39 Shots 28
0/2 PP 1/3
8 PIM 6
60% FO% 40%
22 Hits 30
19 Blocks 12
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Callum FraseNHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
Ivan Provorov (11) 00:28
Claude Giroux, Shayne Gostisbehere Assists
Robert Hagg (2) 07:14
Unassisted Assists
12:14 PP - Mike Hoffman (17)
Assists Thomas Chabot, Bobby Ryan
2nd Period
N/A
3rd Period
Claude Giroux (22) 04:15
Brandon Manning Assists
Nolan Patrick (9) 07:05
Brandon Manning, Jakub Voracek Assists
Brandon Manning (6) 08:56
Radko Gudas Assists
16:47 Ryan Dzingel (17)
Assists Zack Smith, Mark Stone
19:03 Matt Duchene (17)
Assists Mark Stone, Mike Hoffman
Goalies
Petr Mrazek Starter Craig Anderson
25 Saves 34
28 Shots 39
.893% Save % .872%
COL at CGY
Info
1 Final 5
29 Shots 29
0/1 PP 2/3
20 PIM 16
51% FO% 49%
16 Hits 15
21 Blocks 13
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Aaron Vickers/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
00:18 Michael Frolik (9)
Assists Mikael Backlund
07:24 Mark Giordano (10)
Assists Mikael Backlund, Matthew Tkachuk
Nathan MacKinnon (26) 16:24
Tyson Barrie, Duncan Siemens Assists
2nd Period
10:50 PP - Sean Monahan (29)
Assists Michael Stone, Matthew Tkachuk
3rd Period
02:39 Troy Brouwer (4)
Assists Matt Stajan, TJ Brodie
14:46 PP - Mikael Backlund (11)
Assists Troy Brouwer, TJ Brodie
Goalies
Semyon Varlamov Starter Jon Gillies
24 Saves 28
29 Shots 29
.828% Save % .966%
BOS at TOR
Info
3 Final 4
23 Shots 36
0/2 PP 2/3
6 PIM 4
49% FO% 51%
29 Hits 23
22 Blocks 11
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Dave McCarthy/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
Brad Marchand (23) 06:11
David Pastrnak, Patrice Bergeron Assists
07:15 Mitchell Marner (16)
Assists William Nylander, Roman Polak
10:30 PP - Nazem Kadri (22)
Assists James van Riemsdyk, Mitchell Marner
Brad Marchand (24) 15:02
David Pastrnak, Patrice Bergeron Assists
2nd Period
Jake DeBrusk (12) 01:55
Ryan Spooner, David Krejci Assists
19:04 PP - Nazem Kadri (23)
Assists Mitchell Marner, Jake Gardiner
3rd Period
18:37 Ron Hainsey (4)
Assists William Nylander, Mitchell Marner
Goalies
Tuukka Rask Starter Frederik Andersen
32 Saves 20
36 Shots 23
.889% Save % .870%
BUF at WSH
Info
1 Final 5
29 Shots 36
0/2 PP 1/1
2 PIM 4
50% FO% 50%
15 Hits 20
18 Blocks 17
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Brian McNally/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
00:50 Evgeny Kuznetsov (17)
Assists Brett Connolly, Dmitry Orlov
2nd Period
13:20 Andre Burakovsky (8)
Assists Evgeny Kuznetsov, Matt Niskanen
3rd Period
Sam Reinhart (14) 00:14
Casey Nelson Assists
10:13 PP - Alex Ovechkin (37)
Assists John Carlson, Evgeny Kuznetsov
17:48 Lars Eller (14)
Assists Alex Chiasson, Matt Niskanen
18:36 Alex Ovechkin (38)
Assists John Carlson, Evgeny Kuznetsov
Goalies
Robin Lehner Starter Philipp Grubauer
31 Saves 28
35 Shots 29
.886% Save % .966%
CAR at DET
Info
1 Final 3
29 Shots 22
0/4 PP 1/4
8 PIM 8
52% FO% 48%
13 Hits 21
9 Blocks 31
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Dave Hogg/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
15:41 Danny DeKeyser (5)
Assists Dylan Larkin, Xavier Ouellet
2nd Period
Noah Hanifin (8) 12:18
Victor Rask Assists
13:22 PP - Henrik Zetterberg (9)
Assists Gustav Nyquist, Niklas Kronwall
16:04 Trevor Daley (6)
Assists Andreas Athanasiou
3rd Period
N/A
Goalies
Scott Darling Starter Jimmy Howard
19 Saves 28
22 Shots 29
.864% Save % .966%
CHI at CBJ
Info
2 Final 3
33 Shots 29
0/3 PP 1/1
2 PIM 6
46% FO% 54%
5 Hits 16
10 Blocks 17
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Craig Merz/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
David Kampf (3) 01:28
Ryan Hartman, Vinnie Hinostroza Assists
17:43 PP - Cam Atkinson (11)
Assists Seth Jones, Pierre-Luc Dubois
2nd Period
Tomas Jurco (1) 09:20
Patrick Kane, Erik Gustafsson Assists
14:30 Pierre-Luc Dubois (14)
Assists Artemi Panarin
3rd Period
11:14 Josh Anderson (18)
Assists Boone Jenner
Goalies
Anton Forsberg Starter Sergei Bobrovsky
26 Saves 31
29 Shots 33
.897% Save % .939%
NYI at NJD
Info
1 Final 2
31 Shots 33
0/2 PP 0/1
2 PIM 4
53% FO% 47%
34 Hits 34
15 Blocks 9
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Mike G. Morreale/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
Jordan Eberle (22) 03:55
Anthony Beauvillier, Mathew Barzal Assists
3rd Period
06:35 Kyle Palmieri (15)
Assists Taylor Hall, Nico Hischier
11:11 Kyle Palmieri (16)
Assists Sami Vatanen, Taylor Hall
Goalies
Jaroslav Halak Starter Keith Kinkaid
31 Saves 30
33 Shots 31
.939% Save % .968%
PIT at FLA
Info
5 Final 6
37 Shots 30
1/1 PP 0/3
21 PIM 7
42% FO% 58%
7 Hits 19
11 Blocks 19
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Alain Poupart/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
03:44 Vincent Trocheck (24)
Assists Denis Malgin, Keith Yandle
Carl Hagelin (8) 12:40
Evgeni Malkin, Jamie Oleksiak Assists
19:21 Evgenii Dadonov (16)
Assists Aleksander Barkov, Nick Bjugstad
2nd Period
02:07 Jamie McGinn (9)
Assists Jared McCann, Alexander Petrovic
08:12 Derek MacKenzie (3)
Assists Colton Sceviour, Alexander Petrovic
Evgeni Malkin (35) 13:10
Bryan Rust, Matt Hunwick Assists
3rd Period
Evgeni Malkin (36) 00:46
Carl Hagelin Assists
01:44 Evgenii Dadonov (17)
Assists Aleksander Barkov, Keith Yandle
Patric Hornqvist (17) - PP 14:21
Phil Kessel, Sidney Crosby Assists
Bryan Rust (10) 15:10
Brian Dumoulin Assists
18:07 Evgenii Dadonov (18)
Assists Aleksander Barkov, Jonathan Huberdeau
Goalies
Tristan Jarry Starter Roberto Luongo
12 Saves 32
16 Shots 37
.750% Save % .865%
(L) Matt Murray Backup
12 Saves
14 Shots
.857% Save %
TBL at MTL
Info
4 Final - SO 3
39 Shots 32
2/5 PP 1/4
25 PIM 17
42% FO% 58%
37 Hits 21
17 Blocks 21
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Sean Farrell/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
08:52 Byron Froese (2)
Assists Jordie Benn, Daniel Carr
Brayden Point (25) 12:07
Alex Killorn Assists
2nd Period
Nikita Kucherov (33) - PP 07:32
Victor Hedman, Tyler Johnson Assists
08:50 Joe Morrow (5)
Assists Charles Hudon, Max Pacioretty
16:29 PP - Max Pacioretty (17)
Assists Jeff Petry, Jonathan Drouin
3rd Period
Ryan Callahan (4) - PP 02:11
Nikita Kucherov, Steven Stamkos Assists
OT
N/A
Shootout
1 for 2 Converted 0 for 3
Brayden Point Winner
Goalies
Andrei Vasilevskiy Starter Antti Niemi
29 Saves 36
32 Shots 39
.906% Save % .923%
WPG at DAL
Info
5 Final 3
27 Shots 36
1/2 PP 0/4
8 PIM 4
57% FO% 43%
17 Hits 25
21 Blocks 13
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
00:10 Tyler Pitlick (12)
Assists Radek Faksa
2nd Period
Nikolaj Ehlers (24) 00:49
Dustin Byfuglien Assists
Toby Enstrom (1) 06:33
Jack Roslovic, Dustin Byfuglien Assists
Mark Scheifele (19) - PP 08:01
Blake Wheeler, Dustin Byfuglien Assists
Patrik Laine (30) 11:59
Nikolaj Ehlers, Michael Hutchinson Assists
Patrik Laine (31) 18:47
Nikolaj Ehlers Assists
19:27 Tyler Seguin (31)
Assists Alexander Radulov, Jamie Benn
3rd Period
19:13 Alexander Radulov (23)
Assists Tyler Seguin
Goalies
Michael Hutchinson Starter Kari Lehtonen (L)
33 Saves 17
36 Shots 21
.917% Save % .810%
Backup Ben Bishop
Saves 5
Shots 6
Save % .833%
ANA at ARI
Info
0 Final 2
26 Shots 38
0/2 PP 0/4
8 PIM 4
64% FO% 36%
24 Hits 20
14 Blocks 17
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Craig Morgan/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
05:58 Jason Demers (5)
Assists Josh Archibald, Kevin Connauton
2nd Period
N/A
3rd Period
18:59 EN - Max Domi (5)
Assists Josh Archibald, Niklas Hjalmarsson
Goalies
Ryan Miller Starter Antti Raanta
36 Saves 26
37 Shots 26
.973% Save % 1.000%
EDM at LAK
Info
4 Final 3
25 Shots 33
0/2 PP 0/3
6 PIM 4
38% FO% 62%
23 Hits 19
16 Blocks 16
Recap
Video Highlights - Youtube Recaps Written Recap - Dan Greenspan/NHL.com
Scoring
1st Period
Anton Slepyshev (4) 00:51
Ryan Strome, Michael Cammalleri Assists
2nd Period
Leon Draisaitl (19) 06:16
Michael Cammalleri, Adam Larsson Assists
14:26 Tyler Toffoli (20)
Assists Nate Thompson
Jujhar Khaira (10) 17:04
Drake Caggiula, Darnell Nurse Assists
3rd Period
07:51 Tobias Rieder (9)
Assists Derek Forbort, Anze Kopitar
Ryan Strome (10) - EN 19:01
Michael Cammalleri Assists
19:42 Dustin Brown (18)
Assists Drew Doughty, Adrian Kempe
Goalies
Cam Talbot Starter Jonathan Quick
30 Saves 21
33 Shots 24
.909% Save % .875%

Current NHL Standings

NHL STANDINGS
Teams with an asterisk (*) denote a current playoff team via standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL * 62 42 17 3 87 .702 223 167 +56 6-4-0
TOR * 64 39 20 5 83 .648 213 178 +35 9-1-0
BOS * 59 37 14 8 82 .695 194 146 +48 7-3-0
FLA 59 28 25 6 62 .525 175 193 -18 7-3-0
DET 61 25 26 10 60 .492 162 181 -19 4-4-2
MTL 61 23 29 9 55 .451 157 193 -36 3-4-3
OTT 61 21 30 10 52 .426 166 216 -50 4-5-1
BUF 62 18 33 11 47 .379 147 205 -58 4-4-2
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH * 62 35 20 7 77 .621 194 184 +10 5-3-2
PIT * 63 36 23 4 76 .603 206 187 +19 7-2-1
PHI * 62 33 19 10 76 .613 188 178 +10 9-0-1
NJD * 62 32 22 8 72 .581 185 188 -3 5-5-0
CBJ * 62 31 26 5 67 .540 163 174 -11 4-5-1
NYI 63 29 27 7 65 .516 207 225 -18 3-5-2
CAR 62 27 25 10 64 .516 164 189 -25 3-5-2
NYR 62 27 30 5 59 .476 175 198 -23 2-8-0
WESTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
NSH * 60 37 14 9 83 .692 192 155 +37 6-2-2
WPG * 62 37 16 9 83 .669 208 164 +44 7-3-0
MIN * 61 34 20 7 75 .615 185 172 +13 6-2-2
DAL * 62 35 23 4 74 .597 184 164 +20 6-4-0
STL 62 34 24 4 72 .581 173 160 +13 3-6-1
COL 61 32 24 5 69 .566 187 185 +2 4-5-1
CHI 63 27 28 8 62 .492 178 179 -1 3-7-0
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK * 61 41 16 4 86 .705 215 166 +49 7-3-0
SJS * 62 33 21 8 74 .597 180 173 +7 5-5-0
CGY * 63 32 22 9 73 .579 182 185 -3 5-4-1
ANA * 63 31 21 11 73 .579 171 172 -1 6-3-1
LAK 62 33 24 5 71 .573 177 155 +22 5-5-0
EDM 61 26 31 4 56 .459 171 199 -28 3-7-0
VAN 61 23 31 7 53 .434 164 200 -36 2-7-1
ARI 61 18 33 10 46 .377 147 202 -55 6-3-1

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
VGK 61 41 16 4 86 .705 215 166 41 188 21.81 33 170 80.59 2000 10.7 1844 .911 100.9
TBL 62 42 17 3 87 .702 223 167 54 218 24.77 45 203 77.83 2006 11.0 2013 .918 102.3
BOS 59 37 14 8 82 .695 194 146 37 183 20.22 29 172 83.14 1908 10.0 1719 .916 101.3
NSH 60 37 14 9 83 .692 192 155 47 208 22.60 38 216 82.41 1917 9.8 1950 .923 101.5
WPG 62 37 16 9 83 .669 208 164 53 217 24.42 37 215 82.79 1970 10.5 1945 .917 100.9
TOR 64 39 20 5 83 .648 213 178 36 176 20.45 30 181 83.43 2032 10.2 2178 .919 101.9
WSH 62 35 20 7 77 .621 194 184 40 184 21.74 41 205 80.00 1784 10.7 2010 .909 101.5
MIN 61 34 20 7 75 .615 185 172 38 180 21.11 41 214 80.84 1832 9.9 1980 .914 100.8
PHI 62 33 19 10 76 .613 188 178 44 206 21.36 44 177 75.14 1958 9.6 1865 .907 100.8
PIT 63 36 23 4 76 .603 206 187 55 202 27.23 36 209 82.78 2154 9.5 1956 .905 98.2
DAL 62 35 23 4 74 .597 184 164 36 188 19.15 38 211 81.99 1966 9.2 1834 .912 100.5
SJS 62 33 21 8 74 .597 180 173 44 202 21.78 29 181 83.98 2042 8.6 1902 .911 98.8
NJD 62 32 22 8 72 .581 185 188 37 193 19.17 37 209 82.30 1948 9.3 1972 .907 99.9
STL 62 34 24 4 72 .581 173 160 32 197 16.24 34 189 82.01 2060 8.3 1847 .913 100.1
ANA 63 31 21 11 73 .579 171 172 30 171 17.54 40 227 82.38 1893 8.8 2118 .922 100.8
CGY 63 32 22 9 73 .579 182 185 41 214 19.16 42 209 79.90 2064 8.7 2019 .911 100.0
LAK 62 33 24 5 71 .573 177 155 35 178 19.66 35 208 83.17 1912 9.2 1944 .920 101.1
COL 61 32 24 5 69 .566 187 185 45 224 20.09 37 212 82.55 1800 10.3 2007 .908 100.8
Avg. 62 31 24 7 69 .558 182 182 38 192 19.92 38 192 80.08 1969 9.2 1969 .909 100.0
CBJ 62 31 26 5 67 .540 163 174 25 171 14.62 37 159 76.73 2130 7.4 1934 .912 99.5
FLA 59 28 25 6 62 .525 175 193 36 185 19.46 38 179 78.77 2036 8.5 2045 .907 99.0
NYI 63 29 27 7 65 .516 207 225 41 195 21.03 46 181 74.59 1960 10.4 2267 .902 100.7
CAR 62 27 25 10 64 .516 164 189 36 195 18.46 31 148 79.05 2121 7.6 1788 .896 98.0
CHI 63 27 28 8 62 .492 178 179 35 226 15.49 33 188 82.45 2189 8.1 2027 .912 99.4
DET 61 25 26 10 60 .492 162 181 34 179 18.99 42 194 78.35 1840 8.6 1940 .907 99.7
NYR 62 27 30 5 59 .476 175 198 39 188 20.74 34 193 82.38 1953 8.8 2116 .908 99.3
EDM 61 26 31 4 56 .459 171 199 22 156 14.10 51 188 72.87 2065 8.2 1899 .896 99.2
MTL 61 23 29 9 55 .451 157 193 39 185 21.08 45 193 76.68 2072 7.5 1929 .902 98.4
VAN 61 23 31 7 53 .434 164 200 42 197 21.32 49 209 76.56 1830 9.0 1967 .900 99.4
OTT 61 21 30 10 52 .426 166 216 31 187 16.58 44 178 75.28 1861 8.8 2039 .897 99.1
BUF 62 18 33 11 47 .379 147 205 32 186 17.20 39 184 78.80 1906 7.7 2016 .899 98.3
ARI 61 18 33 10 46 .377 147 202 31 184 16.85 33 161 79.50 1828 8.0 1967 .900 98.8
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 62 31 24 7 69 .558 182 182 38 192 19.92 38 192 80.08 1969 9.2 1969 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 2/25/2018.

Trades From the Past 72 Hours

RECENT TRADES
Sunday, February 25th
to CBJ to NSH
C - Mark Letestu 2018 4th round draft pick
to EDM to NSH
LW/RW - Pontus Aberg Mark Letestu -C
to TOR to MTL
C - Tomas Plekanec Kerby Rychel -LW/RW
RW - Kyle Baun Rinat Valiev - D
2018 2nd round draft pick
to BOS to NYR
RW - Rick Nash 2018 1st round draft pick
2019 7th round draft pick
Matt Beleskey - LW
Ryan Lindgren - D
Ryan Spooner - C
Saturday, February 24th
to NYI to EDM
D - Brandon Davidson 2019 3rd round draft pick
Friday, February 23rd
to PIT to OTT to VGK
C - Derick Brassard Ian Cole - D Ryan Reaves - RW
C - Vincent Dunn Filip Gustavsson - G 2018 4th round pick (VAN)
2018 3rd round draft pick 2018 1st round draft pick Retains 40% of D. Brassard's salary
RW - Tobias Lindberg 2019 3rd round draft pick

Previous Trades

All previous trades from the NHL & AHL can be found on NHLstatheads' Wiki at the link below:

2017-'18 Trades WIKI page

Roster Transactions over the past 24 hours from around the NHL & AHL

ROSTER TRANSACTIONS
Team Saturday, February 24th -- Transactions
ANA CALLED UP: Forward Kalle Kossila from San Diego (AHL)
ARI CALLED UP: Forward Laurent Dauphin from Tucson (AHL)
CGY CALLED UP: Forward Tanner Glass from Stockton (AHL)
CGY CALLED UP: Forward Andrew Mangiapane from Stockton (AHL)
CGY SENT DOWN: Forward Ryan Lomberg to Stockton (AHL)
CBJ CALLED UP: Forward Markus Hannikainen from Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ CALLED UP: Goalie Joonas Korpisalo from Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ SENT DOWN: Goalie Jeff Zatkoff to Cleveland (AHL)
EDM CALLED UP: Forward Ty Rattie from Bakersfield (AHL)
LAK CALLED UP: Defenseman Paul LaDue from Ontario (AHL)
LAK SENT DOWN: Forward Jonny Brodzinski to Ontario (AHL)
LAK SENT DOWN: Goalie Scott Wedgewood to Ontario (AHL)
NJD SENT DOWN: Forward Blake Pietila to Binghamton (AHL)
NYR WAIVERS: Forward Peter Holland placed on waivers
STL CALLED UP: Forward Tage Thompson from San Antonio (AHL)
STL CALLED UP: Defenseman Jordan Schmaltz from San Antonio (AHL)
STL SENT DOWN: Forward Sammy Blais to San Antonio (AHL)
VGK SENT DOWN: Forward Stefan Matteau to Chicago (AHL)

Current Injury & Suspensions reports from around the NHL

Injury & Suspensions Report

Injury & Suspensions Update -- Additions Over the Past 24 Hours

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
Patrice Bergeron BOS Sun Feb 25 2018 Foot Bergeron was seen wearing a walking boot on his right foot following the last game and it is unclear if he will play against BUF on Sunday.
Johnny Oduya OTT Sat Feb 24 2018 GM Decision Oduya was held out of the lineup in the last game to avoid injury as the team looks to trade him before Mondays deadline.
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2018.02.16 18:35 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - Friday, Feb. 16th [x-post from r/NHLstatheads]

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DAILY NHL UPDATE - Friday, February 16th
EARLY Edition

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Thursday, February 15th Friday, February 16th Time (ET) Saturday, February 17th Time (ET)
YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW
CAR 2 - 5 NJD PHI @ CBJ 7:00 PM LAK @ BUF 1:00 PM
LAK 1 - 3 PIT NYI @ CAR 7:30 PM ANA @ MIN 2:00 PM
NYR 0 - 3 NYI COL @ WPG 8:00 PM NYR @ OTT 2:00 PM
BUF 2 - 3 OTT OT STL @ DAL 8:30 PM EDM @ ARI 4:00 PM
DET 1 - 4 TBL MTL @ VGK 7:00 PM
CGY 4 - 3 NSH NJD @ TBL 7:00 PM
WSH 5 - 2 MIN TOR @ PIT 7:00 PM
ANA 3 - 2 CHI DET @ NSH 8:00 PM
MTL 2 - 5 ARI WSH @ CHI 8:30 PM
EDM 1 - 4 VGK BOS @ VAN 10:00 PM
VAN 1 - 4 SJS FLA @ CGY 10:00 PM

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
PHI at CBJ
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
NBCS-Philadelphia Local TV FS-Ohio
NHL.com Free Game National TV NHL.com Free Game
Stats
28-19-10 Record 29-24-4
66 Points 62
3rd (t) - Metro Place 6th (t) - Metro
5-3-2 Last 10 3-6-1
L1 Streak L1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+2 Goal Diff -8
7th - 21.65% PP % 14.72% - 31st
28th - 75.00% PK % 75.68% - 27th
14th - 52.08% 5v5 GF% 51.64% - 15th
Head - To - Head
0-0-1 This Season 1-0-0
1-2-1 Last Season 3-1-0
10-10-6 (3 ties) All Time (29 GP) 16-10-0 (3 ties)
Situational Record
15-5-4 Scoring First 20-7-4
13-14-6 Opp. Scores First 9-17-0
15-14-3 Outshoot Opp. 20-15-0
10-4-5 Outshot by Opp. 8-8-3
3-6 1-Goal Games 4-5
Leaders
Claude Giroux - 66 Points 46 - Artemi Panarin
Sean Couturier - 28 Goals 17 - Josh Anderson
Jakub Voracek - 54 Assists 31 - Artemi Panarin
Goalies
Michal Neuvirth Starter Sergei Bobrovsky
Likely Status Projected
7-7-3 Record 24-18-4
2.58 GAA 2.45
.915% SV % .920%
Injuries
(Core Muscle Surgery) Brian Elliott IR Sonny Milano (Torn oblique muscle)
IR Ryan Murray (Upper-body)
NYI at CAR
Info
7:30 PM (ET) Local Time 7:30 (ET)
MSG+ Local TV FS-Carolina
National TV
Stats
28-25-6 Record 27-22-9
62 Points 63
6th (t) - Metro Place 5th - Metro
4-5-1 Last 10 6-3-1
W1 Streak L1
Back End Back-to-Back Back End
-17 Goal Diff -14
6th - 21.93% PP % 19.57% - 18th
30th - 73.56% PK % 80.00% - 18th
18th - 49.25% 5v5 GF% 46.22% - 24th
Head - To - Head
1-1-0 This Season 1-1-0
2-2-1 Last Season 3-1-1
59-66-5 (9 ties) All Time (139 GP) 71-49-10 (9 ties)
Situational Record
18-5-1 Scoring First 22-8-4
10-20-5 Opp. Scores First 5-14-5
7-7-3 Outshoot Opp. 23-14-6
21-17-3 Outshot by Opp. 4-8-3
3-6 1-Goal Games 5-8
Leaders
John Tavares - 63 Points 46 - Sebastian Aho
John Tavares - 29 Goals 21 - Sebastian Aho
Josh Bailey - 47 Assists 32 - Teuvo Teravainen
Goalies
Thomas Greiss Starter Cam Ward
Very Likely Status Very Likely
10-7-2 Record 17-7-3
4.02 GAA 2.60
.885% SV % .912%
Injuries
(Upper-body) Calvin de Haan IR No Injuries
(Upper-body) Nikolay Kulemin IR
(Lower-body) Scott Mayfield IR
(Upper-body) Shane Prince IR
COL at WPG
Info
6:00 PM (MT) Local Time 7:00 (CT)
ALT Local TV TSN-3
National TV
Stats
31-21-4 Record 33-15-9
66 Points 75
6th - Central Place 2nd - Central
4-5-1 Last 10 6-2-2
W2 Streak W1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+13 Goal Diff +29
20th - 19.23% PP % 23.23% - 3rd
3rd - 83.84% PK % 82.90% - 6th
11th - 52.48% 5v5 GF% 52.78% - 10th
Head - To - Head
2-1-0 This Season 1-0-2
2-3-0 Last Season 3-1-1
19-15-5 (1 tie) All Time (40 GP) 20-10-9 (1 tie)
Situational Record
27-5-2 Scoring First 26-2-6
4-16-2 Opp. Scores First 7-13-3
8-9-3 Outshoot Opp. 17-9-3
23-12-1 Outshot by Opp. 14-6-6
3-5 1-Goal Games 8-1
Leaders
Nathan MacKinnon - 61 Points 61 - Blake Wheeler
Nathan MacKinnon - 24 Goals 25 - Patrik Laine
Nathan MacKinnon - 37 Assists 47 - Blake Wheeler
Goalies
Jonathan Bernier Starter Connor Hellebuyck
Confirmed Status Projected
17-10-2 Record 29-8-8
2.74 GAA 2.37
.916% SV % .922%
Injuries
(Leg) Sven Andrighetto IR Michael Hutchinson (Concussion)
(Lower-body) Mark Barberio IR Adam Lowry (Undisclosed)
(Arm) Vladislav Kamenev IR Steve Mason (Concussion)
(Upper-body) Nathan MacKinnon IR Shawn Matthias (Upper-body)
IR Brandon Tanev (Upper-body)
IR Jacob Trouba (Ankle)
(Upper-body) Blake Comeau Day-to-Day
STL at DAL
Info
7:30 PM (CT) Local Time 7:30 (CT)
FS-Midwest Local TV FS-Southwest
NHL Network National TV NHL Network
Stats
34-21-4 Record 33-20-4
72 Points 70
3rd - Central Place 4th - Central
6-3-1 Last 10 7-3-0
L2 Streak L1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+19 Goal Diff +24
27th - 16.22% PP % 20.00% - 16th
11th - 82.02% PK % 82.23% - 9th
5th - 54.63% 5v5 GF% 54.33% - 6th
Head - To - Head
2-1-0 This Season 1-2-0
3-1-0 Last Season 1-1-2
134-103-5 (43 ties) All Time (285 GP) 108-123-11 (43 ties)
Situational Record
27-6-2 Scoring First 23-5-1
7-15-2 Opp. Scores First 10-15-3
25-14-3 Outshoot Opp. 15-9-3
9-7-1 Outshot by Opp. 16-8-1
6-5 1-Goal Games 5-3
Leaders
Brayden Schenn - 54 Points 53 - Alexander Radulov
Brayden Schenn - 23 Goals 29 - Tyler Seguin
Brayden Schenn - 31 Assists 45 - John Klingberg
Goalies
Jake Allen Starter Ben Bishop
Projected Status Confirmed
19-16-2 Record 23-15-3
2.74 GAA 2.50
.908% SV % .918%
Injuries
(Broken right forearm) Joel Edmundson IR Marc Methot (Knee)
(Torn ACL) Robby Fabbri IR
(Lower-body) Nikita Soshnikov IR
Day-to-Day Antoine Roussel (Back spasms)

NHL Results for Sunday, February 11th

YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS
CAR at NJD
Info
2 Final 5
29 Shots 22
0/3 PP 0/2
4 PIM 6
53% FO% 47%
21 Hits 21
6 Blocks 17
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
Jeff Skinner (19) 17:20
Victor Rask, Justin Williams Assists
19:41 Damon Severson (9)
Assists Nico Hischier
2nd Period
06:48 Stefan Noesen (6)
Assists Travis Zajac, Miles Wood
Brett Pesce (3) 07:43
Jaccob Slavin, Justin Williams Assists
17:28 Kyle Palmieri (14)
Assists Nico Hischier, John Moore
3rd Period
08:06 Nico Hischier (11)
Assists Taylor Hall, Keith Kinkaid
08:38 Stefan Noesen (7)
Assists Damon Severson
Goalies
Scott Darling Starter Keith Kinkaid
17 Saves 27
22 Shots 29
.773% Save % .931%
LAK at PIT
Info
1 Final 3
35 Shots 39
1/3 PP 1/4
8 PIM 6
48% FO% 52%
46 Hits 17
19 Blocks 12
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
06:06 Ryan Reaves (4)
Assists Unassisted
Dion Phaneuf (4) - PP 07:22
Adrian Kempe, Alec Martinez Assists
3rd Period
05:24 PP - Zach Aston-Reese (3)
Assists Kris Letang, Olli Maatta
19:35 EN - Evgeni Malkin (32)
Assists Sidney Crosby, Bryan Rust
Goalies
Jonathan Quick Starter Matt Murray
36 Saves 34
38 Shots 35
.947% Save % .971%
NYR at NYI
Info
0 Final 3
50 Shots 35
0/3 PP 1/2
4 PIM 6
55% FO% 45%
23 Hits 19
12 Blocks 16
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
04:53 PP - Josh Bailey (15)
Assists Nick Leddy, Mathew Barzal
2nd Period
15:06 Jordan Eberle (20)
Assists Nick Leddy, Mathew Barzal
3rd Period
03:57 Thomas Hickey (3)
Assists Mathew Barzal, Anthony Beauvillier
Goalies
Henrik Lundqvist Starter Jaroslav Halak
32 Saves 50
35 Shots 50
.914% Save % 1.000%
BUF at OTT
Info
2 Final - OT 3
25 Shots 36
0/2 PP 0/4
10 PIM 6
45% FO% 55%
32 Hits 26
22 Blocks 10
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
Scott Wilson (5) 06:31
Johan Larsson, Nathan Beaulieu Assists
2nd Period
N/A
3rd Period
05:15 Marian Gaborik (8)
Assists Erik Karlsson, Matt Duchene
Evan Rodrigues (4) 15:31
Kyle Okposo, Casey Nelson Assists
19:29 Derick Brassard (16)
Assists Marian Gaborik, Matt Duchene
OT
01:13 Mike Hoffman (16)
Assists Erik Karlsson, Matt Duchene
Goalies
Robin Lehner Starter Craig Anderson
33 Saves 23
36 Shots 25
.917% Save % .920%
DET at TBL
Info
1 Final 4
39 Shots 32
1/3 PP 2/4
8 PIM 6
47% FO% 53%
26 Hits 18
16 Blocks 9
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
03:55 Steven Stamkos (22)
Assists Victor Hedman, Nikita Kucherov
07:05 PP - Nikita Kucherov (31)
Assists Vladislav Namestnikov, Victor Hedman
2nd Period
18:08 PP - Steven Stamkos (23)
Assists Nikita Kucherov, Victor Hedman
Tomas Tatar (15) - PP 19:29
Niklas Kronwall, Tyler Bertuzzi Assists
3rd Period
01:35 Alex Killorn (11)
Assists Nikita Kucherov, Brayden Point
Goalies
Jimmy Howard Starter Andrei Vasilevskiy
28 Saves 38
32 Shots 39
.875% Save % .974%
CGY at NSH
Info
4 Final 3
31 Shots 32
2/3 PP 0/5
12 PIM 8
43% FO% 57%
18 Hits 17
18 Blocks 11
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
13:45 Ryan Johansen (7)
Assists Craig Smith, Ryan Ellis
Matthew Tkachuk (21) - PP 19:16
Sean Monahan, Mark Giordano Assists
2nd Period
09:30 Yannick Weber (2)
Assists Viktor Arvidsson, Ryan Johansen
Dougie Hamilton (10) - PP 14:28
Sean Monahan, Johnny Gaudreau Assists
3rd Period
Mark Jankowski (10) 03:24
Matthew Tkachuk, Sam Bennett Assists
Curtis Lazar (2) 10:14
Dougie Hamilton Assists
12:19 Nick Bonino (8)
Assists Pontus Aberg
Goalies
David Rittich Starter Pekka Rinne
29 Saves 27
32 Shots 31
.906% Save % .871%
WSH at MIN
Info
5 Final 2
27 Shots 34
0/2 PP 1/5
10 PIM 4
43% FO% 57%
12 Hits 8
12 Blocks 11
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
Tom Wilson (8) 00:59
Alex Ovechkin, Dmitry Orlov Assists
Alex Ovechkin (34) 05:51
Andre Burakovsky Assists
3rd Period
Andre Burakovsky (6) 02:29
Brett Connolly, Philipp Grubauer Assists
04:25 Nino Niederreiter (15)
Assists Mikko Koivu, Gustav Olofsson
Nicklas Backstrom (15) 15:06
Alex Ovechkin, Tom Wilson Assists
16:48 PP - Eric Staal (26)
Assists Mikael Granlund, Ryan Suter
Tom Wilson (9) - EN 17:46
Nicklas Backstrom, Alex Ovechkin Assists
Goalies
Philipp Grubauer Starter Devan Dubnyk
32 Saves 22
34 Shots 26
.971% Save % .846%
ANA at CHI
Info
3 Final 2
32 Shots 44
0/2 PP 1/5
12 PIM 6
43% FO% 57%
24 Hits 17
29 Blocks 7
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
01:45 PP - Duncan Keith (1)
Assists Jonathan Toews, Alex DeBrincat
09:12 Brandon Saad (14)
Assists Vinnie Hinostroza
Nick Ritchie (5) 09:53
Ondrej Kase Assists
Ondrej Kase (16) 12:18
Adam Henrique Assists
3rd Period
Adam Henrique (18) 08:34
Ondrej Kase, Nick Ritchie Assists
Goalies
John Gibson Starter Anton Forsberg
42 Saves 29
44 Shots 32
.955% Save % .906%
MTL at ARI
Info
2 Final 5
36 Shots 21
1/3 PP 2/2
6 PIM 8
48% FO% 52%
19 Hits 31
18 Blocks 24
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
13:56 PP - Clayton Keller (17)
Assists Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Max Domi
2nd Period
00:57 Brendan Perlini (15)
Assists Clayton Keller, Derek Stepan
01:16 Brendan Perlini (16)
Assists Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Clayton Keller
3rd Period
Brendan Gallagher (21) - PP 05:46
Alex Galchenyuk, Max Pacioretty Assists
Daniel Carr (4) 07:38
Tomas Plekanec Assists
10:46 PP - Tobias Rieder (8)
Assists Clayton Keller, Oliver Ekman-Larsson
16:01 Josh Archibald (4)
Assists Tobias Rieder
Goalies
Carey Price Starter Antti Raanta
16 Saves 34
21 Shots 36
.762% Save % .944%
EDM at VGK
Info
1 Final 4
29 Shots 28
0/1 PP 1/2
9 PIM 7
63% FO% 37%
18 Hits 11
21 Blocks 15
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
13:04 Ryan Carpenter (4)
Assists Deryk Engelland, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare
2nd Period
04:18 Jonathan Marchessault (21)
Assists Nate Schmidt, Reilly Smith
12:47 PP - William Karlsson (30)
Assists David Perron, Brad Hunt
3rd Period
04:15 Erik Haula (22)
Assists James Neal, David Perron
Leon Draisaitl (17) 12:31
Oscar Klefbom, Michael Cammalleri Assists
Goalies
Cam Talbot Starter Marc-Andre Fleury
24 Saves 28
28 Shots 29
.857% Save % .966%
VAN at SJS
Info
1 Final 4
44 Shots 30
0/1 PP 0/3
6 PIM 2
57% FO% 43%
32 Hits 16
14 Blocks 13
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
08:41 Mikkel Boedker (9)
Assists Chris Tierney, Jannik Hansen
2nd Period
04:57 Brent Burns (10)
Assists Joakim Ryan, Logan Couture
3rd Period
03:06 Marcus Sorensen (4)
Assists Justin Braun, Marc-Edouard Vlasic
Daniel Sedin (14) 06:43
Thomas Vanek, Henrik Sedin Assists
12:33 Chris Tierney (14)
Assists Brent Burns, Mikkel Boedker
Goalies
Anders Nilsson Starter Martin Jones
26 Saves 43
30 Shots 44
.867% Save % .977%

Current NHL Standings

NHL STANDINGS
Teams with an asterisk (*) denote a current playoff team via standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL * 58 39 16 3 81 .698 208 155 +53 6-4-0
BOS * 55 35 12 8 78 .709 185 133 +52 8-2-0
TOR * 59 35 19 5 75 .636 198 165 +33 9-1-0
FLA 54 25 23 6 56 .519 158 175 -17 6-4-0
DET 56 23 24 9 55 .491 150 170 -20 4-4-2
MTL 57 22 28 7 51 .447 146 179 -33 3-6-1
OTT 56 20 27 9 49 .438 150 196 -46 5-5-0
BUF 58 17 30 11 45 .388 139 191 -52 4-4-2
Metro Division GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH * 57 33 17 7 73 .640 181 167 +14 5-2-3
PIT * 59 33 22 4 70 .593 185 175 +10 8-1-1
PHI * 57 28 19 10 66 .579 169 167 +2 5-3-2
NJD * 57 29 20 8 66 .579 173 176 -3 5-5-0
CAR * 58 27 22 9 63 .543 160 174 -14 6-3-1
NYI 59 28 25 6 62 .525 197 214 -17 4-5-1
CBJ 57 29 24 4 62 .544 154 162 -8 3-6-1
NYR 58 27 26 5 59 .509 166 178 -12 3-7-0
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
NSH * 56 34 13 9 77 .688 176 147 +29 6-2-2
WPG * 57 33 15 9 75 .658 183 154 +29 6-2-2
STL * 59 34 21 4 72 .610 170 151 +19 6-3-1
DAL * 57 33 20 4 70 .614 175 151 +24 7-3-0
MIN * 57 31 20 6 68 .596 170 163 +7 6-3-1
COL 56 31 21 4 66 .589 176 163 +13 4-5-1
CHI 58 24 26 8 56 .483 162 169 -7 2-7-1
Pacific Division GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK * 57 38 15 4 80 .702 196 155 +41 6-4-0
SJS * 58 31 19 8 70 .603 170 159 +11 5-4-1
CGY * 58 30 20 8 68 .586 165 167 -2 5-4-1
ANA 59 28 20 11 67 .568 164 168 -4 5-3-2
LAK 57 30 22 5 65 .570 163 143 +20 5-5-0
EDM 56 23 29 4 50 .446 158 188 -30 3-6-1
VAN 58 22 30 6 50 .431 151 188 -37 3-7-0
ARI 58 16 32 10 42 .362 142 197 -55 5-4-1

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
BOS 55 35 12 8 78 .709 185 133 37 171 21.64 26 165 84.24 1763 10.3 1611 .919 101.5
VGK 57 38 15 4 80 .702 196 155 38 180 21.11 30 164 81.71 1874 10.4 1727 .911 100.5
TBL 58 39 16 3 81 .698 208 155 49 202 24.26 42 189 77.78 1873 11.0 1880 .919 102.3
NSH 56 34 13 9 77 .688 176 147 43 195 22.05 37 203 81.77 1769 9.7 1808 .921 101.3
WPG 57 33 15 9 75 .658 183 154 46 198 23.23 33 193 82.90 1825 9.9 1785 .915 100.4
WSH 57 33 17 7 73 .640 181 167 37 175 21.14 38 190 80.00 1626 10.9 1851 .910 102.0
TOR 59 35 19 5 75 .636 198 165 33 164 20.12 29 173 83.24 1868 10.3 2012 .918 102.1
DAL 57 33 20 4 70 .614 175 151 35 175 20.00 35 197 82.23 1817 9.4 1715 .913 100.7
STL 59 34 21 4 72 .610 170 151 30 185 16.22 32 178 82.02 1964 8.5 1785 .915 100.5
SJS 58 31 19 8 70 .603 170 159 44 192 22.92 27 174 84.48 1914 8.7 1759 .911 98.7
MIN 57 31 20 6 68 .596 170 163 37 173 21.39 39 203 80.79 1700 9.8 1851 .912 100.5
PIT 59 33 22 4 70 .593 185 175 53 199 26.63 35 200 82.50 2016 9.1 1829 .905 97.7
COL 56 31 21 4 66 .589 176 163 40 208 19.23 32 198 83.84 1650 10.6 1836 .912 101.3
CGY 58 30 20 8 68 .586 165 167 34 196 17.35 39 195 80.00 1904 8.6 1865 .913 100.2
PHI 57 28 19 10 66 .579 169 167 42 194 21.65 43 172 75.00 1804 9.3 1714 .905 100.5
NJD 57 29 20 8 66 .579 173 176 35 181 19.34 35 193 81.87 1795 9.4 1804 .905 99.9
LAK 57 30 22 5 65 .570 163 143 32 163 19.63 33 197 83.25 1761 9.1 1795 .920 101.0
ANA 59 28 20 11 67 .568 164 168 28 163 17.18 40 214 81.31 1799 8.9 1968 .918 100.8
Avg. 57 29 22 7 64 .559 169 169 36 181 19.89 36 181 80.11 1828 9.2 1828 .909 100.0
CBJ 57 29 24 4 62 .544 154 162 24 163 14.72 36 148 75.68 1989 7.4 1802 .912 99.6
CAR 58 27 22 9 63 .543 160 174 36 184 19.57 28 140 80.00 1977 7.9 1684 .898 98.3
NYI 59 28 25 6 62 .525 197 214 41 187 21.93 46 174 73.56 1837 10.6 2126 .900 100.7
FLA 54 25 23 6 56 .519 158 175 31 168 18.45 33 164 79.88 1876 8.3 1875 .908 98.9
NYR 58 27 26 5 59 .509 166 178 37 181 20.44 33 184 82.07 1820 9.0 1968 .912 99.8
DET 56 23 24 9 55 .491 150 170 31 166 18.67 40 179 77.65 1682 8.7 1786 .905 99.8
CHI 58 24 26 8 56 .483 162 169 34 214 15.89 31 180 82.78 2010 8.1 1869 .910 99.2
MTL 57 22 28 7 51 .447 146 179 37 174 21.26 40 179 77.65 1939 7.4 1791 .902 98.2
EDM 56 23 29 4 50 .446 158 188 22 148 14.86 51 174 70.69 1894 8.2 1733 .892 99.2
OTT 56 20 27 9 49 .438 150 196 28 173 16.18 41 164 75.00 1692 8.7 1859 .897 99.1
VAN 58 22 30 6 50 .431 151 188 40 191 20.94 43 196 78.06 1746 8.6 1855 .900 99.0
BUF 58 17 30 11 45 .388 139 191 31 176 17.61 37 177 79.10 1778 7.8 1877 .899 98.4
ARI 58 16 32 10 42 .362 142 197 31 171 18.13 32 153 79.08 1721 8.2 1863 .897 98.7
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 57 29 22 7 64 .559 169 169 36 181 19.89 36 181 80.11 1828 9.2 1828 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 2/16/2018.

Current Individual Leaders

League Leaders
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Roster transactions over the last three days from around the NHL & AHL

ROSTER & TRADE NEWS
Team Wednesday, February 14th -- Transactions
CHI TRADE: Traded forward Christopher DiDomenico to OTT for defenseman Ville Pokka
CHI Assigned goaltender Jeff Glass to Rockford (AHL)
CHI Recalled goaltender J.F. Berube from Rockford (AHL)
COL Assigned forward Rocco Grimaldi to San Antonio (AHL)
OTT TRADE: Traded defenseman Ville Pokka to CHI for forward Christopher DiDomenico
OTT Recalled defenseman Ben Harpur from Belleville (AHL)
SJS Recalled forward Marcus Sorensen from San Jose (AHL)
STL TRADE: Traded 2019 4th-round draft pick to TOR for forward Nikita Soshnikov
STL Assigned forward Zach Sanford to San Antonio (AHL)
TOR TRADE: Traded forward Nikita Soshnikov to STL for 2019 4th-round draft pick
VGK Assigned forward Reid Duke to Chicago (AHL)
WPG Assigned forward Brendan Lemieux to Manitoba (AHL)
Team Wednesday, February 14th -- Transactions
ANA Assigned defenseman Korbinian Holzer to San Diego (AHL)
COL Recalled forward Rocco Grimaldi from San Antonio (AHL)
FLA Assigned goaltender Harri Sateri to Springfield (AHL)
LAK TRADE: Traded forwards Marian Gaborik & Nick Shore to OTT in exchange for forward Nate Thompson & defenseman Dion Phaneuf
OTT TRADE: Traded forward Nate Thompson & defenseman Dion Phaneuf to LAK in exchange for forwards Marian Gaborik & Nick Shore
SJS Assigned forward Rudolfs Balcers to San Jose (AHL)
STL Assigned forward Tage Thompson to San Antonio (AHL)
Team Tuesday, February 13th -- Transactions
ANA Recalled defenseman Marcus Pettersson from San Diego (AHL)
ANA Placed defenseman Korbinian Holzer on waivers
ANA Placed forward Dennis Rasmussen on waivers. If he clears, it appears that ANA will cut all ties with the player.
COL Recalled defenseman Duncan Siemens from San Antonio (AHL)
COL Assigned defenseman Andrei Mironov to San Antonio (AHL)
MTL SIGNING: Charlie Lindgren signed a three-year extension worth $750,000 for each of the three years
SJS Recalled forward Brandon Mashinter from San Jose (AHL)
STL Recalled forward Oskar Sundqvist from San Antonio (AHL)
VAN Recalled defenseman Philip Holm from Utica (AHL)

Current Injury & Suspensions reports from around the NHL

Injury & Suspensions Report

Complete Injury & Suspension List

CLICK HERE FOR OUR COMPLETE INJURY & SUSPENSIONS REPORT POST
Full Report Last Update: February 5th, 9:53 AM (CT)

Injury & Suspensions Update -- Additions Over the Past 24 Hours

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
Andreas Athanasiou DET Thu Feb 15 2018 Illness Athanasiou was absent from the lineup during the last game with an illness and it is uncertain if he will be available Saturday against the NSH.
Kyle Turris NSH Thu Feb 15 2018 Illness Turris was absent from the lineup during the last game with an illness and it is unknown if he will suit up Saturday against DET.
Colton Parayko STL Thu Feb 15 2018 Undisclosed Parayko is battling tightness to an unannounced area and it is undetermined if he will take part in Fridays game against DAL.
Nikita Soshnikov STL Thu Feb 15 2018 Lower Body Soshnikov is on the injured reserve list due to an issue with his lower body and it is unclear when he will return to the lineup.
Oskar Sundqvist STL Thu Feb 15 2018 Illness Sundqvist is dealing with an illness and it is unknown if he will play on Friday against DAL.
NOTES: All stats and information are lovingly assembled from information collected from various smaller sites in addition to nhl.com, tsn.com, and cbc.com. These smaller independent sites include:
  • Hockey-Reference.com for their amazing historical games database, handy tables and injury reports
  • HockeyDB.com for their fantastic ability to stay on top of roster moves throughout the NHL and AHL
  • LeftWingLock.com for their projected starting goalies
    • Projected Starting Goalies: Projected Starting goalies are based on the information that we have gathered before posting. Information does change throughout the day, and we update info throughout the day until we change the flair to the FINAL Edition. Most predictions are pulled from Left Wing Lock, but occasionally I will change them if I have differing information, especially regarding a goalies' first start coming back from an injury. Historic trends show the first posted predictions right 83% of the time when we term it "Projected", 97% right on "Likely", and 100% correct on both "Very Likely" and "Confirmed".
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2018.02.16 18:29 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - Friday, Feb. 16th [x-post from r/NHLstatheads]

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DAILY NHL UPDATE - Friday, February 16th
EARLY Edition

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Thursday, February 15th Friday, February 16th Time (ET) Saturday, February 17th Time (ET)
YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW
CAR 2 - 5 NJD PHI @ CBJ 7:00 PM LAK @ BUF 1:00 PM
LAK 1 - 3 PIT NYI @ CAR 7:30 PM ANA @ MIN 2:00 PM
NYR 0 - 3 NYI COL @ WPG 8:00 PM NYR @ OTT 2:00 PM
BUF 2 - 3 OTT OT STL @ DAL 8:30 PM EDM @ ARI 4:00 PM
DET 1 - 4 TBL MTL @ VGK 7:00 PM
CGY 4 - 3 NSH NJD @ TBL 7:00 PM
WSH 5 - 2 MIN TOR @ PIT 7:00 PM
ANA 3 - 2 CHI DET @ NSH 8:00 PM
MTL 2 - 5 ARI WSH @ CHI 8:30 PM
EDM 1 - 4 VGK BOS @ VAN 10:00 PM
VAN 1 - 4 SJS FLA @ CGY 10:00 PM

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
PHI at CBJ
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
NBCS-Philadelphia Local TV FS-Ohio
NHL.com Free Game National TV NHL.com Free Game
Stats
28-19-10 Record 29-24-4
66 Points 62
3rd (t) - Metro Place 6th (t) - Metro
5-3-2 Last 10 3-6-1
L1 Streak L1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+2 Goal Diff -8
7th - 21.65% PP % 14.72% - 31st
28th - 75.00% PK % 75.68% - 27th
14th - 52.08% 5v5 GF% 51.64% - 15th
Head - To - Head
0-0-1 This Season 1-0-0
1-2-1 Last Season 3-1-0
10-10-6 (3 ties) All Time (29 GP) 16-10-0 (3 ties)
Situational Record
15-5-4 Scoring First 20-7-4
13-14-6 Opp. Scores First 9-17-0
15-14-3 Outshoot Opp. 20-15-0
10-4-5 Outshot by Opp. 8-8-3
3-6 1-Goal Games 4-5
Leaders
Claude Giroux - 66 Points 46 - Artemi Panarin
Sean Couturier - 28 Goals 17 - Josh Anderson
Jakub Voracek - 54 Assists 31 - Artemi Panarin
Goalies
Michal Neuvirth Starter Sergei Bobrovsky
Likely Status Projected
7-7-3 Record 24-18-4
2.58 GAA 2.45
.915% SV % .920%
Injuries
(Core Muscle Surgery) Brian Elliott IR Sonny Milano (Torn oblique muscle)
IR Ryan Murray (Upper-body)
NYI at CAR
Info
7:30 PM (ET) Local Time 7:30 (ET)
MSG+ Local TV FS-Carolina
National TV
Stats
28-25-6 Record 27-22-9
62 Points 63
6th (t) - Metro Place 5th - Metro
4-5-1 Last 10 6-3-1
W1 Streak L1
Back End Back-to-Back Back End
-17 Goal Diff -14
6th - 21.93% PP % 19.57% - 18th
30th - 73.56% PK % 80.00% - 18th
18th - 49.25% 5v5 GF% 46.22% - 24th
Head - To - Head
1-1-0 This Season 1-1-0
2-2-1 Last Season 3-1-1
59-66-5 (9 ties) All Time (139 GP) 71-49-10 (9 ties)
Situational Record
18-5-1 Scoring First 22-8-4
10-20-5 Opp. Scores First 5-14-5
7-7-3 Outshoot Opp. 23-14-6
21-17-3 Outshot by Opp. 4-8-3
3-6 1-Goal Games 5-8
Leaders
John Tavares - 63 Points 46 - Sebastian Aho
John Tavares - 29 Goals 21 - Sebastian Aho
Josh Bailey - 47 Assists 32 - Teuvo Teravainen
Goalies
Thomas Greiss Starter Cam Ward
Very Likely Status Very Likely
10-7-2 Record 17-7-3
4.02 GAA 2.60
.885% SV % .912%
Injuries
(Upper-body) Calvin de Haan IR No Injuries
(Upper-body) Nikolay Kulemin IR
(Lower-body) Scott Mayfield IR
(Upper-body) Shane Prince IR
COL at WPG
Info
6:00 PM (MT) Local Time 7:00 (CT)
ALT Local TV TSN-3
National TV
Stats
31-21-4 Record 33-15-9
66 Points 75
6th - Central Place 2nd - Central
4-5-1 Last 10 6-2-2
W2 Streak W1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+13 Goal Diff +29
20th - 19.23% PP % 23.23% - 3rd
3rd - 83.84% PK % 82.90% - 6th
11th - 52.48% 5v5 GF% 52.78% - 10th
Head - To - Head
2-1-0 This Season 1-0-2
2-3-0 Last Season 3-1-1
19-15-5 (1 tie) All Time (40 GP) 20-10-9 (1 tie)
Situational Record
27-5-2 Scoring First 26-2-6
4-16-2 Opp. Scores First 7-13-3
8-9-3 Outshoot Opp. 17-9-3
23-12-1 Outshot by Opp. 14-6-6
3-5 1-Goal Games 8-1
Leaders
Nathan MacKinnon - 61 Points 61 - Blake Wheeler
Nathan MacKinnon - 24 Goals 25 - Patrik Laine
Nathan MacKinnon - 37 Assists 47 - Blake Wheeler
Goalies
Jonathan Bernier Starter Connor Hellebuyck
Confirmed Status Projected
17-10-2 Record 29-8-8
2.74 GAA 2.37
.916% SV % .922%
Injuries
(Leg) Sven Andrighetto IR Michael Hutchinson (Concussion)
(Lower-body) Mark Barberio IR Adam Lowry (Undisclosed)
(Arm) Vladislav Kamenev IR Steve Mason (Concussion)
(Upper-body) Nathan MacKinnon IR Shawn Matthias (Upper-body)
IR Brandon Tanev (Upper-body)
IR Jacob Trouba (Ankle)
(Upper-body) Blake Comeau Day-to-Day
STL at DAL
Info
7:30 PM (CT) Local Time 7:30 (CT)
FS-Midwest Local TV FS-Southwest
NHL Network National TV NHL Network
Stats
34-21-4 Record 33-20-4
72 Points 70
3rd - Central Place 4th - Central
6-3-1 Last 10 7-3-0
L2 Streak L1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+19 Goal Diff +24
27th - 16.22% PP % 20.00% - 16th
11th - 82.02% PK % 82.23% - 9th
5th - 54.63% 5v5 GF% 54.33% - 6th
Head - To - Head
2-1-0 This Season 1-2-0
3-1-0 Last Season 1-1-2
134-103-5 (43 ties) All Time (285 GP) 108-123-11 (43 ties)
Situational Record
27-6-2 Scoring First 23-5-1
7-15-2 Opp. Scores First 10-15-3
25-14-3 Outshoot Opp. 15-9-3
9-7-1 Outshot by Opp. 16-8-1
6-5 1-Goal Games 5-3
Leaders
Brayden Schenn - 54 Points 53 - Alexander Radulov
Brayden Schenn - 23 Goals 29 - Tyler Seguin
Brayden Schenn - 31 Assists 45 - John Klingberg
Goalies
Jake Allen Starter Ben Bishop
Projected Status Confirmed
19-16-2 Record 23-15-3
2.74 GAA 2.50
.908% SV % .918%
Injuries
(Broken right forearm) Joel Edmundson IR Marc Methot (Knee)
(Torn ACL) Robby Fabbri IR
(Lower-body) Nikita Soshnikov IR
Day-to-Day Antoine Roussel (Back spasms)

NHL Results for Sunday, February 11th

YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS
CAR at NJD
Info
2 Final 5
29 Shots 22
0/3 PP 0/2
4 PIM 6
53% FO% 47%
21 Hits 21
6 Blocks 17
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
Jeff Skinner (19) 17:20
Victor Rask, Justin Williams Assists
19:41 Damon Severson (9)
Assists Nico Hischier
2nd Period
06:48 Stefan Noesen (6)
Assists Travis Zajac, Miles Wood
Brett Pesce (3) 07:43
Jaccob Slavin, Justin Williams Assists
17:28 Kyle Palmieri (14)
Assists Nico Hischier, John Moore
3rd Period
08:06 Nico Hischier (11)
Assists Taylor Hall, Keith Kinkaid
08:38 Stefan Noesen (7)
Assists Damon Severson
Goalies
Scott Darling Starter Keith Kinkaid
17 Saves 27
22 Shots 29
.773% Save % .931%
LAK at PIT
Info
1 Final 3
35 Shots 39
1/3 PP 1/4
8 PIM 6
48% FO% 52%
46 Hits 17
19 Blocks 12
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
06:06 Ryan Reaves (4)
Assists Unassisted
Dion Phaneuf (4) - PP 07:22
Adrian Kempe, Alec Martinez Assists
3rd Period
05:24 PP - Zach Aston-Reese (3)
Assists Kris Letang, Olli Maatta
19:35 EN - Evgeni Malkin (32)
Assists Sidney Crosby, Bryan Rust
Goalies
Jonathan Quick Starter Matt Murray
36 Saves 34
38 Shots 35
.947% Save % .971%
NYR at NYI
Info
0 Final 3
50 Shots 35
0/3 PP 1/2
4 PIM 6
55% FO% 45%
23 Hits 19
12 Blocks 16
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
04:53 PP - Josh Bailey (15)
Assists Nick Leddy, Mathew Barzal
2nd Period
15:06 Jordan Eberle (20)
Assists Nick Leddy, Mathew Barzal
3rd Period
03:57 Thomas Hickey (3)
Assists Mathew Barzal, Anthony Beauvillier
Goalies
Henrik Lundqvist Starter Jaroslav Halak
32 Saves 50
35 Shots 50
.914% Save % 1.000%
BUF at OTT
Info
2 Final - OT 3
25 Shots 36
0/2 PP 0/4
10 PIM 6
45% FO% 55%
32 Hits 26
22 Blocks 10
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
Scott Wilson (5) 06:31
Johan Larsson, Nathan Beaulieu Assists
2nd Period
N/A
3rd Period
05:15 Marian Gaborik (8)
Assists Erik Karlsson, Matt Duchene
Evan Rodrigues (4) 15:31
Kyle Okposo, Casey Nelson Assists
19:29 Derick Brassard (16)
Assists Marian Gaborik, Matt Duchene
OT
01:13 Mike Hoffman (16)
Assists Erik Karlsson, Matt Duchene
Goalies
Robin Lehner Starter Craig Anderson
33 Saves 23
36 Shots 25
.917% Save % .920%
DET at TBL
Info
1 Final 4
39 Shots 32
1/3 PP 2/4
8 PIM 6
47% FO% 53%
26 Hits 18
16 Blocks 9
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
03:55 Steven Stamkos (22)
Assists Victor Hedman, Nikita Kucherov
07:05 PP - Nikita Kucherov (31)
Assists Vladislav Namestnikov, Victor Hedman
2nd Period
18:08 PP - Steven Stamkos (23)
Assists Nikita Kucherov, Victor Hedman
Tomas Tatar (15) - PP 19:29
Niklas Kronwall, Tyler Bertuzzi Assists
3rd Period
01:35 Alex Killorn (11)
Assists Nikita Kucherov, Brayden Point
Goalies
Jimmy Howard Starter Andrei Vasilevskiy
28 Saves 38
32 Shots 39
.875% Save % .974%
CGY at NSH
Info
4 Final 3
31 Shots 32
2/3 PP 0/5
12 PIM 8
43% FO% 57%
18 Hits 17
18 Blocks 11
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
13:45 Ryan Johansen (7)
Assists Craig Smith, Ryan Ellis
Matthew Tkachuk (21) - PP 19:16
Sean Monahan, Mark Giordano Assists
2nd Period
09:30 Yannick Weber (2)
Assists Viktor Arvidsson, Ryan Johansen
Dougie Hamilton (10) - PP 14:28
Sean Monahan, Johnny Gaudreau Assists
3rd Period
Mark Jankowski (10) 03:24
Matthew Tkachuk, Sam Bennett Assists
Curtis Lazar (2) 10:14
Dougie Hamilton Assists
12:19 Nick Bonino (8)
Assists Pontus Aberg
Goalies
David Rittich Starter Pekka Rinne
29 Saves 27
32 Shots 31
.906% Save % .871%
WSH at MIN
Info
5 Final 2
27 Shots 34
0/2 PP 1/5
10 PIM 4
43% FO% 57%
12 Hits 8
12 Blocks 11
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
Tom Wilson (8) 00:59
Alex Ovechkin, Dmitry Orlov Assists
Alex Ovechkin (34) 05:51
Andre Burakovsky Assists
3rd Period
Andre Burakovsky (6) 02:29
Brett Connolly, Philipp Grubauer Assists
04:25 Nino Niederreiter (15)
Assists Mikko Koivu, Gustav Olofsson
Nicklas Backstrom (15) 15:06
Alex Ovechkin, Tom Wilson Assists
16:48 PP - Eric Staal (26)
Assists Mikael Granlund, Ryan Suter
Tom Wilson (9) - EN 17:46
Nicklas Backstrom, Alex Ovechkin Assists
Goalies
Philipp Grubauer Starter Devan Dubnyk
32 Saves 22
34 Shots 26
.971% Save % .846%
ANA at CHI
Info
3 Final 2
32 Shots 44
0/2 PP 1/5
12 PIM 6
43% FO% 57%
24 Hits 17
29 Blocks 7
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
01:45 PP - Duncan Keith (1)
Assists Jonathan Toews, Alex DeBrincat
09:12 Brandon Saad (14)
Assists Vinnie Hinostroza
Nick Ritchie (5) 09:53
Ondrej Kase Assists
Ondrej Kase (16) 12:18
Adam Henrique Assists
3rd Period
Adam Henrique (18) 08:34
Ondrej Kase, Nick Ritchie Assists
Goalies
John Gibson Starter Anton Forsberg
42 Saves 29
44 Shots 32
.955% Save % .906%
MTL at ARI
Info
2 Final 5
36 Shots 21
1/3 PP 2/2
6 PIM 8
48% FO% 52%
19 Hits 31
18 Blocks 24
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
13:56 PP - Clayton Keller (17)
Assists Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Max Domi
2nd Period
00:57 Brendan Perlini (15)
Assists Clayton Keller, Derek Stepan
01:16 Brendan Perlini (16)
Assists Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Clayton Keller
3rd Period
Brendan Gallagher (21) - PP 05:46
Alex Galchenyuk, Max Pacioretty Assists
Daniel Carr (4) 07:38
Tomas Plekanec Assists
10:46 PP - Tobias Rieder (8)
Assists Clayton Keller, Oliver Ekman-Larsson
16:01 Josh Archibald (4)
Assists Tobias Rieder
Goalies
Carey Price Starter Antti Raanta
16 Saves 34
21 Shots 36
.762% Save % .944%
EDM at VGK
Info
1 Final 4
29 Shots 28
0/1 PP 1/2
9 PIM 7
63% FO% 37%
18 Hits 11
21 Blocks 15
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
13:04 Ryan Carpenter (4)
Assists Deryk Engelland, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare
2nd Period
04:18 Jonathan Marchessault (21)
Assists Nate Schmidt, Reilly Smith
12:47 PP - William Karlsson (30)
Assists David Perron, Brad Hunt
3rd Period
04:15 Erik Haula (22)
Assists James Neal, David Perron
Leon Draisaitl (17) 12:31
Oscar Klefbom, Michael Cammalleri Assists
Goalies
Cam Talbot Starter Marc-Andre Fleury
24 Saves 28
28 Shots 29
.857% Save % .966%
VAN at SJS
Info
1 Final 4
44 Shots 30
0/1 PP 0/3
6 PIM 2
57% FO% 43%
32 Hits 16
14 Blocks 13
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
08:41 Mikkel Boedker (9)
Assists Chris Tierney, Jannik Hansen
2nd Period
04:57 Brent Burns (10)
Assists Joakim Ryan, Logan Couture
3rd Period
03:06 Marcus Sorensen (4)
Assists Justin Braun, Marc-Edouard Vlasic
Daniel Sedin (14) 06:43
Thomas Vanek, Henrik Sedin Assists
12:33 Chris Tierney (14)
Assists Brent Burns, Mikkel Boedker
Goalies
Anders Nilsson Starter Martin Jones
26 Saves 43
30 Shots 44
.867% Save % .977%

Current NHL Standings

NHL STANDINGS
Teams with an asterisk (*) denote a current playoff team via standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL * 58 39 16 3 81 .698 208 155 +53 6-4-0
BOS * 55 35 12 8 78 .709 185 133 +52 8-2-0
TOR * 59 35 19 5 75 .636 198 165 +33 9-1-0
FLA 54 25 23 6 56 .519 158 175 -17 6-4-0
DET 56 23 24 9 55 .491 150 170 -20 4-4-2
MTL 57 22 28 7 51 .447 146 179 -33 3-6-1
OTT 56 20 27 9 49 .438 150 196 -46 5-5-0
BUF 58 17 30 11 45 .388 139 191 -52 4-4-2
Metro Division GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH * 57 33 17 7 73 .640 181 167 +14 5-2-3
PIT * 59 33 22 4 70 .593 185 175 +10 8-1-1
PHI * 57 28 19 10 66 .579 169 167 +2 5-3-2
NJD * 57 29 20 8 66 .579 173 176 -3 5-5-0
CAR * 58 27 22 9 63 .543 160 174 -14 6-3-1
NYI 59 28 25 6 62 .525 197 214 -17 4-5-1
CBJ 57 29 24 4 62 .544 154 162 -8 3-6-1
NYR 58 27 26 5 59 .509 166 178 -12 3-7-0
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
NSH * 56 34 13 9 77 .688 176 147 +29 6-2-2
WPG * 57 33 15 9 75 .658 183 154 +29 6-2-2
STL * 59 34 21 4 72 .610 170 151 +19 6-3-1
DAL * 57 33 20 4 70 .614 175 151 +24 7-3-0
MIN * 57 31 20 6 68 .596 170 163 +7 6-3-1
COL 56 31 21 4 66 .589 176 163 +13 4-5-1
CHI 58 24 26 8 56 .483 162 169 -7 2-7-1
Pacific Division GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK * 57 38 15 4 80 .702 196 155 +41 6-4-0
SJS * 58 31 19 8 70 .603 170 159 +11 5-4-1
CGY * 58 30 20 8 68 .586 165 167 -2 5-4-1
ANA 59 28 20 11 67 .568 164 168 -4 5-3-2
LAK 57 30 22 5 65 .570 163 143 +20 5-5-0
EDM 56 23 29 4 50 .446 158 188 -30 3-6-1
VAN 58 22 30 6 50 .431 151 188 -37 3-7-0
ARI 58 16 32 10 42 .362 142 197 -55 5-4-1

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
BOS 55 35 12 8 78 .709 185 133 37 171 21.64 26 165 84.24 1763 10.3 1611 .919 101.5
VGK 57 38 15 4 80 .702 196 155 38 180 21.11 30 164 81.71 1874 10.4 1727 .911 100.5
TBL 58 39 16 3 81 .698 208 155 49 202 24.26 42 189 77.78 1873 11.0 1880 .919 102.3
NSH 56 34 13 9 77 .688 176 147 43 195 22.05 37 203 81.77 1769 9.7 1808 .921 101.3
WPG 57 33 15 9 75 .658 183 154 46 198 23.23 33 193 82.90 1825 9.9 1785 .915 100.4
WSH 57 33 17 7 73 .640 181 167 37 175 21.14 38 190 80.00 1626 10.9 1851 .910 102.0
TOR 59 35 19 5 75 .636 198 165 33 164 20.12 29 173 83.24 1868 10.3 2012 .918 102.1
DAL 57 33 20 4 70 .614 175 151 35 175 20.00 35 197 82.23 1817 9.4 1715 .913 100.7
STL 59 34 21 4 72 .610 170 151 30 185 16.22 32 178 82.02 1964 8.5 1785 .915 100.5
SJS 58 31 19 8 70 .603 170 159 44 192 22.92 27 174 84.48 1914 8.7 1759 .911 98.7
MIN 57 31 20 6 68 .596 170 163 37 173 21.39 39 203 80.79 1700 9.8 1851 .912 100.5
PIT 59 33 22 4 70 .593 185 175 53 199 26.63 35 200 82.50 2016 9.1 1829 .905 97.7
COL 56 31 21 4 66 .589 176 163 40 208 19.23 32 198 83.84 1650 10.6 1836 .912 101.3
CGY 58 30 20 8 68 .586 165 167 34 196 17.35 39 195 80.00 1904 8.6 1865 .913 100.2
PHI 57 28 19 10 66 .579 169 167 42 194 21.65 43 172 75.00 1804 9.3 1714 .905 100.5
NJD 57 29 20 8 66 .579 173 176 35 181 19.34 35 193 81.87 1795 9.4 1804 .905 99.9
LAK 57 30 22 5 65 .570 163 143 32 163 19.63 33 197 83.25 1761 9.1 1795 .920 101.0
ANA 59 28 20 11 67 .568 164 168 28 163 17.18 40 214 81.31 1799 8.9 1968 .918 100.8
Avg. 57 29 22 7 64 .559 169 169 36 181 19.89 36 181 80.11 1828 9.2 1828 .909 100.0
CBJ 57 29 24 4 62 .544 154 162 24 163 14.72 36 148 75.68 1989 7.4 1802 .912 99.6
CAR 58 27 22 9 63 .543 160 174 36 184 19.57 28 140 80.00 1977 7.9 1684 .898 98.3
NYI 59 28 25 6 62 .525 197 214 41 187 21.93 46 174 73.56 1837 10.6 2126 .900 100.7
FLA 54 25 23 6 56 .519 158 175 31 168 18.45 33 164 79.88 1876 8.3 1875 .908 98.9
NYR 58 27 26 5 59 .509 166 178 37 181 20.44 33 184 82.07 1820 9.0 1968 .912 99.8
DET 56 23 24 9 55 .491 150 170 31 166 18.67 40 179 77.65 1682 8.7 1786 .905 99.8
CHI 58 24 26 8 56 .483 162 169 34 214 15.89 31 180 82.78 2010 8.1 1869 .910 99.2
MTL 57 22 28 7 51 .447 146 179 37 174 21.26 40 179 77.65 1939 7.4 1791 .902 98.2
EDM 56 23 29 4 50 .446 158 188 22 148 14.86 51 174 70.69 1894 8.2 1733 .892 99.2
OTT 56 20 27 9 49 .438 150 196 28 173 16.18 41 164 75.00 1692 8.7 1859 .897 99.1
VAN 58 22 30 6 50 .431 151 188 40 191 20.94 43 196 78.06 1746 8.6 1855 .900 99.0
BUF 58 17 30 11 45 .388 139 191 31 176 17.61 37 177 79.10 1778 7.8 1877 .899 98.4
ARI 58 16 32 10 42 .362 142 197 31 171 18.13 32 153 79.08 1721 8.2 1863 .897 98.7
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 57 29 22 7 64 .559 169 169 36 181 19.89 36 181 80.11 1828 9.2 1828 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 2/16/2018.

Current Individual Leaders

League Leaders
NOTE: Located in the Comments Section today as today's Daily NHL Update exceeds reddit's maximum post size.

Roster transactions over the last three days from around the NHL & AHL

ROSTER & TRADE NEWS
Team Wednesday, February 14th -- Transactions
CHI TRADE: Traded forward Christopher DiDomenico to OTT for defenseman Ville Pokka
CHI Assigned goaltender Jeff Glass to Rockford (AHL)
CHI Recalled goaltender J.F. Berube from Rockford (AHL)
COL Assigned forward Rocco Grimaldi to San Antonio (AHL)
OTT TRADE: Traded defenseman Ville Pokka to CHI for forward Christopher DiDomenico
OTT Recalled defenseman Ben Harpur from Belleville (AHL)
SJS Recalled forward Marcus Sorensen from San Jose (AHL)
STL TRADE: Traded 2019 4th-round draft pick to TOR for forward Nikita Soshnikov
STL Assigned forward Zach Sanford to San Antonio (AHL)
TOR TRADE: Traded forward Nikita Soshnikov to STL for 2019 4th-round draft pick
VGK Assigned forward Reid Duke to Chicago (AHL)
WPG Assigned forward Brendan Lemieux to Manitoba (AHL)
Team Wednesday, February 14th -- Transactions
ANA Assigned defenseman Korbinian Holzer to San Diego (AHL)
COL Recalled forward Rocco Grimaldi from San Antonio (AHL)
FLA Assigned goaltender Harri Sateri to Springfield (AHL)
LAK TRADE: Traded forwards Marian Gaborik & Nick Shore to OTT in exchange for forward Nate Thompson & defenseman Dion Phaneuf
OTT TRADE: Traded forward Nate Thompson & defenseman Dion Phaneuf to LAK in exchange for forwards Marian Gaborik & Nick Shore
SJS Assigned forward Rudolfs Balcers to San Jose (AHL)
STL Assigned forward Tage Thompson to San Antonio (AHL)
Team Tuesday, February 13th -- Transactions
ANA Recalled defenseman Marcus Pettersson from San Diego (AHL)
ANA Placed defenseman Korbinian Holzer on waivers
ANA Placed forward Dennis Rasmussen on waivers. If he clears, it appears that ANA will cut all ties with the player.
COL Recalled defenseman Duncan Siemens from San Antonio (AHL)
COL Assigned defenseman Andrei Mironov to San Antonio (AHL)
MTL SIGNING: Charlie Lindgren signed a three-year extension worth $750,000 for each of the three years
SJS Recalled forward Brandon Mashinter from San Jose (AHL)
STL Recalled forward Oskar Sundqvist from San Antonio (AHL)
VAN Recalled defenseman Philip Holm from Utica (AHL)

Current Injury & Suspensions reports from around the NHL

Injury & Suspensions Report

Complete Injury & Suspension List

CLICK HERE FOR OUR COMPLETE INJURY & SUSPENSIONS REPORT POST
Full Report Last Update: February 5th, 9:53 AM (CT)

Injury & Suspensions Update -- Additions Over the Past 24 Hours

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
Andreas Athanasiou DET Thu Feb 15 2018 Illness Athanasiou was absent from the lineup during the last game with an illness and it is uncertain if he will be available Saturday against the NSH.
Kyle Turris NSH Thu Feb 15 2018 Illness Turris was absent from the lineup during the last game with an illness and it is unknown if he will suit up Saturday against DET.
Colton Parayko STL Thu Feb 15 2018 Undisclosed Parayko is battling tightness to an unannounced area and it is undetermined if he will take part in Fridays game against DAL.
Nikita Soshnikov STL Thu Feb 15 2018 Lower Body Soshnikov is on the injured reserve list due to an issue with his lower body and it is unclear when he will return to the lineup.
Oskar Sundqvist STL Thu Feb 15 2018 Illness Sundqvist is dealing with an illness and it is unknown if he will play on Friday against DAL.
NOTES: All stats and information are lovingly assembled from information collected from various smaller sites in addition to nhl.com, tsn.com, and cbc.com. These smaller independent sites include:
  • Hockey-Reference.com for their amazing historical games database, handy tables and injury reports
  • HockeyDB.com for their fantastic ability to stay on top of roster moves throughout the NHL and AHL
  • LeftWingLock.com for their projected starting goalies
    • Projected Starting Goalies: Projected Starting goalies are based on the information that we have gathered before posting. Information does change throughout the day, and we update info throughout the day until we change the flair to the FINAL Edition. Most predictions are pulled from Left Wing Lock, but occasionally I will change them if I have differing information, especially regarding a goalies' first start coming back from an injury. Historic trends show the first posted predictions right 83% of the time when we term it "Projected", 97% right on "Likely", and 100% correct on both "Very Likely" and "Confirmed".
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2018.02.16 13:11 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - Friday, Feb. 16th

DAILY NHL UPDATE - Friday, February 16th
FINAL Edition

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Thursday, February 15th Friday, February 16th Time (ET) Saturday, February 17th Time (ET)
YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW
CAR 2 - 5 NJD PHI @ CBJ 7:00 PM LAK @ BUF 1:00 PM
LAK 1 - 3 PIT NYI @ CAR 7:30 PM ANA @ MIN 2:00 PM
NYR 0 - 3 NYI COL @ WPG 8:00 PM NYR @ OTT 2:00 PM
BUF 2 - 3 OTT OT STL @ DAL 8:30 PM EDM @ ARI 4:00 PM
DET 1 - 4 TBL MTL @ VGK 7:00 PM
CGY 4 - 3 NSH NJD @ TBL 7:00 PM
WSH 5 - 2 MIN TOR @ PIT 7:00 PM
ANA 3 - 2 CHI DET @ NSH 8:00 PM
MTL 2 - 5 ARI WSH @ CHI 8:30 PM
EDM 1 - 4 VGK BOS @ VAN 10:00 PM
VAN 1 - 4 SJS FLA @ CGY 10:00 PM

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
PHI at CBJ
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
NBCS-Philadelphia Local TV FS-Ohio
NHL.com Free Game National TV NHL.com Free Game
Stats
28-19-10 Record 29-24-4
66 Points 62
3rd (t) - Metro Place 6th (t) - Metro
5-3-2 Last 10 3-6-1
L1 Streak L1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+2 Goal Diff -8
7th - 21.65% PP % 14.72% - 31st
28th - 75.00% PK % 75.68% - 27th
14th - 52.08% 5v5 GF% 51.64% - 15th
Head - To - Head
0-0-1 This Season 1-0-0
1-2-1 Last Season 3-1-0
10-10-6 (3 ties) All Time (29 GP) 16-10-0 (3 ties)
Situational Record
15-5-4 Scores First 20-7-4
13-14-6 Allows First 9-17-0
15-14-3 More Shots 20-15-0
10-4-5 Less Shots 8-8-3
3-6 1-Goal Games 4-5
Leaders
Claude Giroux - 66 Points 46 - Artemi Panarin
Sean Couturier - 28 Goals 17 - Josh Anderson
Jakub Voracek - 54 Assists 31 - Artemi Panarin
Goalies
Michal Neuvirth Starter Sergei Bobrovsky
Likely Status Projected
7-7-3 Record 24-18-4
2.58 GAA 2.45
.915% SV % .920%
Injuries
(Core Muscle Surgery) Brian Elliott IR Sonny Milano (Torn oblique muscle)
IR Ryan Murray (Upper-body)
NYI at CAR
Info
7:30 PM (ET) Local Time 7:30 (ET)
MSG+ Local TV FS-Carolina
National TV
Stats
28-25-6 Record 27-22-9
62 Points 63
6th (t) - Metro Place 5th - Metro
4-5-1 Last 10 6-3-1
W1 Streak L1
Back End Back-to-Back Back End
-17 Goal Diff -14
6th - 21.93% PP % 19.57% - 18th
30th - 73.56% PK % 80.00% - 18th
18th - 49.25% 5v5 GF% 46.22% - 24th
Head - To - Head
1-1-0 This Season 1-1-0
2-2-1 Last Season 3-1-1
59-66-5 (9 ties) All Time (139 GP) 71-49-10 (9 ties)
Situational Record
18-5-1 Scoring First 22-8-4
10-20-5 Opp. Scores First 5-14-5
7-7-3 Outshoot Opp. 23-14-6
21-17-3 Outshot by Opp. 4-8-3
3-6 1-Goal Games 5-8
Leaders
John Tavares - 63 Points 46 - Sebastian Aho
John Tavares - 29 Goals 21 - Sebastian Aho
Josh Bailey - 47 Assists 32 - Teuvo Teravainen
Goalies
Thomas Greiss Starter Cam Ward
Very Likely Status Very Likely
10-7-2 Record 17-7-3
4.02 GAA 2.60
.885% SV % .912%
Injuries
(Upper-body) Calvin de Haan IR No Injuries
(Upper-body) Nikolay Kulemin IR
(Lower-body) Scott Mayfield IR
(Upper-body) Shane Prince IR
COL at WPG
Info
6:00 PM (MT) Local Time 7:00 (CT)
ALT Local TV TSN-3
National TV
Stats
31-21-4 Record 33-15-9
66 Points 75
6th - Central Place 2nd - Central
4-5-1 Last 10 6-2-2
W2 Streak W1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+13 Goal Diff +29
20th - 19.23% PP % 23.23% - 3rd
3rd - 83.84% PK % 82.90% - 6th
11th - 52.48% 5v5 GF% 52.78% - 10th
Head - To - Head
2-1-0 This Season 1-0-2
2-3-0 Last Season 3-1-1
19-15-5 (1 tie) All Time (40 GP) 20-10-9 (1 tie)
Situational Record
27-5-2 Scoring First 26-2-6
4-16-2 Opp. Scores First 7-13-3
8-9-3 Outshoot Opp. 17-9-3
23-12-1 Outshot by Opp. 14-6-6
3-5 1-Goal Games 8-1
Leaders
Nathan MacKinnon - 61 Points 61 - Blake Wheeler
Nathan MacKinnon - 24 Goals 25 - Patrik Laine
Nathan MacKinnon - 37 Assists 47 - Blake Wheeler
Goalies
Jonathan Bernier Starter Connor Hellebuyck
Confirmed Status Projected
17-10-2 Record 29-8-8
2.74 GAA 2.37
.916% SV % .922%
Injuries
(Leg) Sven Andrighetto IR Michael Hutchinson (Concussion)
(Lower-body) Mark Barberio IR Adam Lowry (Undisclosed)
(Arm) Vladislav Kamenev IR Steve Mason (Concussion)
(Upper-body) Nathan MacKinnon IR Shawn Matthias (Upper-body)
IR Brandon Tanev (Upper-body)
IR Jacob Trouba (Ankle)
(Upper-body) Blake Comeau Day-to-Day
STL at DAL
Info
7:30 PM (CT) Local Time 7:30 (CT)
FS-Midwest Local TV FS-Southwest
NHL Network National TV NHL Network
Stats
34-21-4 Record 33-20-4
72 Points 70
3rd - Central Place 4th - Central
6-3-1 Last 10 7-3-0
L2 Streak L1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+19 Goal Diff +24
27th - 16.22% PP % 20.00% - 16th
11th - 82.02% PK % 82.23% - 9th
5th - 54.63% 5v5 GF% 54.33% - 6th
Head - To - Head
2-1-0 This Season 1-2-0
3-1-0 Last Season 1-1-2
134-103-5 (43 ties) All Time (285 GP) 108-123-11 (43 ties)
Situational Record
27-6-2 Scoring First 23-5-1
7-15-2 Opp. Scores First 10-15-3
25-14-3 Outshoot Opp. 15-9-3
9-7-1 Outshot by Opp. 16-8-1
6-5 1-Goal Games 5-3
Leaders
Brayden Schenn - 54 Points 53 - Alexander Radulov
Brayden Schenn - 23 Goals 29 - Tyler Seguin
Brayden Schenn - 31 Assists 45 - John Klingberg
Goalies
Jake Allen Starter Ben Bishop
Projected Status Confirmed
19-16-2 Record 23-15-3
2.74 GAA 2.50
.908% SV % .918%
Injuries
(Broken right forearm) Joel Edmundson IR Marc Methot (Knee)
(Torn ACL) Robby Fabbri IR
(Lower-body) Nikita Soshnikov IR
Day-to-Day Antoine Roussel (Back spasms)

NHL Results for Sunday, February 11th

YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS
CAR at NJD
Info
2 Final 5
29 Shots 22
0/3 PP 0/2
4 PIM 6
53% FO% 47%
21 Hits 21
6 Blocks 17
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
Jeff Skinner (19) 17:20
Victor Rask, Justin Williams Assists
19:41 Damon Severson (9)
Assists Nico Hischier
2nd Period
06:48 Stefan Noesen (6)
Assists Travis Zajac, Miles Wood
Brett Pesce (3) 07:43
Jaccob Slavin, Justin Williams Assists
17:28 Kyle Palmieri (14)
Assists Nico Hischier, John Moore
3rd Period
08:06 Nico Hischier (11)
Assists Taylor Hall, Keith Kinkaid
08:38 Stefan Noesen (7)
Assists Damon Severson
Goalies
Scott Darling Starter Keith Kinkaid
17 Saves 27
22 Shots 29
.773% Save % .931%
LAK at PIT
Info
1 Final 3
35 Shots 39
1/3 PP 1/4
8 PIM 6
48% FO% 52%
46 Hits 17
19 Blocks 12
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
06:06 Ryan Reaves (4)
Assists Unassisted
Dion Phaneuf (4) - PP 07:22
Adrian Kempe, Alec Martinez Assists
3rd Period
05:24 PP - Zach Aston-Reese (3)
Assists Kris Letang, Olli Maatta
19:35 EN - Evgeni Malkin (32)
Assists Sidney Crosby, Bryan Rust
Goalies
Jonathan Quick Starter Matt Murray
36 Saves 34
38 Shots 35
.947% Save % .971%
NYR at NYI
Info
0 Final 3
50 Shots 35
0/3 PP 1/2
4 PIM 6
55% FO% 45%
23 Hits 19
12 Blocks 16
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
04:53 PP - Josh Bailey (15)
Assists Nick Leddy, Mathew Barzal
2nd Period
15:06 Jordan Eberle (20)
Assists Nick Leddy, Mathew Barzal
3rd Period
03:57 Thomas Hickey (3)
Assists Mathew Barzal, Anthony Beauvillier
Goalies
Henrik Lundqvist Starter Jaroslav Halak
32 Saves 50
35 Shots 50
.914% Save % 1.000%
BUF at OTT
Info
2 Final - OT 3
25 Shots 36
0/2 PP 0/4
10 PIM 6
45% FO% 55%
32 Hits 26
22 Blocks 10
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
Scott Wilson (5) 06:31
Johan Larsson, Nathan Beaulieu Assists
2nd Period
N/A
3rd Period
05:15 Marian Gaborik (8)
Assists Erik Karlsson, Matt Duchene
Evan Rodrigues (4) 15:31
Kyle Okposo, Casey Nelson Assists
19:29 Derick Brassard (16)
Assists Marian Gaborik, Matt Duchene
OT
01:13 Mike Hoffman (16)
Assists Erik Karlsson, Matt Duchene
Goalies
Robin Lehner Starter Craig Anderson
33 Saves 23
36 Shots 25
.917% Save % .920%
DET at TBL
Info
1 Final 4
39 Shots 32
1/3 PP 2/4
8 PIM 6
47% FO% 53%
26 Hits 18
16 Blocks 9
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
03:55 Steven Stamkos (22)
Assists Victor Hedman, Nikita Kucherov
07:05 PP - Nikita Kucherov (31)
Assists Vladislav Namestnikov, Victor Hedman
2nd Period
18:08 PP - Steven Stamkos (23)
Assists Nikita Kucherov, Victor Hedman
Tomas Tatar (15) - PP 19:29
Niklas Kronwall, Tyler Bertuzzi Assists
3rd Period
01:35 Alex Killorn (11)
Assists Nikita Kucherov, Brayden Point
Goalies
Jimmy Howard Starter Andrei Vasilevskiy
28 Saves 38
32 Shots 39
.875% Save % .974%
CGY at NSH
Info
4 Final 3
31 Shots 32
2/3 PP 0/5
12 PIM 8
43% FO% 57%
18 Hits 17
18 Blocks 11
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
13:45 Ryan Johansen (7)
Assists Craig Smith, Ryan Ellis
Matthew Tkachuk (21) - PP 19:16
Sean Monahan, Mark Giordano Assists
2nd Period
09:30 Yannick Weber (2)
Assists Viktor Arvidsson, Ryan Johansen
Dougie Hamilton (10) - PP 14:28
Sean Monahan, Johnny Gaudreau Assists
3rd Period
Mark Jankowski (10) 03:24
Matthew Tkachuk, Sam Bennett Assists
Curtis Lazar (2) 10:14
Dougie Hamilton Assists
12:19 Nick Bonino (8)
Assists Pontus Aberg
Goalies
David Rittich Starter Pekka Rinne
29 Saves 27
32 Shots 31
.906% Save % .871%
WSH at MIN
Info
5 Final 2
27 Shots 34
0/2 PP 1/5
10 PIM 4
43% FO% 57%
12 Hits 8
12 Blocks 11
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
Tom Wilson (8) 00:59
Alex Ovechkin, Dmitry Orlov Assists
Alex Ovechkin (34) 05:51
Andre Burakovsky Assists
3rd Period
Andre Burakovsky (6) 02:29
Brett Connolly, Philipp Grubauer Assists
04:25 Nino Niederreiter (15)
Assists Mikko Koivu, Gustav Olofsson
Nicklas Backstrom (15) 15:06
Alex Ovechkin, Tom Wilson Assists
16:48 PP - Eric Staal (26)
Assists Mikael Granlund, Ryan Suter
Tom Wilson (9) - EN 17:46
Nicklas Backstrom, Alex Ovechkin Assists
Goalies
Philipp Grubauer Starter Devan Dubnyk
32 Saves 22
34 Shots 26
.971% Save % .846%
ANA at CHI
Info
3 Final 2
32 Shots 44
0/2 PP 1/5
12 PIM 6
43% FO% 57%
24 Hits 17
29 Blocks 7
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
N/A
2nd Period
01:45 PP - Duncan Keith (1)
Assists Jonathan Toews, Alex DeBrincat
09:12 Brandon Saad (14)
Assists Vinnie Hinostroza
Nick Ritchie (5) 09:53
Ondrej Kase Assists
Ondrej Kase (16) 12:18
Adam Henrique Assists
3rd Period
Adam Henrique (18) 08:34
Ondrej Kase, Nick Ritchie Assists
Goalies
John Gibson Starter Anton Forsberg
42 Saves 29
44 Shots 32
.955% Save % .906%
MTL at ARI
Info
2 Final 5
36 Shots 21
1/3 PP 2/2
6 PIM 8
48% FO% 52%
19 Hits 31
18 Blocks 24
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
13:56 PP - Clayton Keller (17)
Assists Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Max Domi
2nd Period
00:57 Brendan Perlini (15)
Assists Clayton Keller, Derek Stepan
01:16 Brendan Perlini (16)
Assists Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Clayton Keller
3rd Period
Brendan Gallagher (21) - PP 05:46
Alex Galchenyuk, Max Pacioretty Assists
Daniel Carr (4) 07:38
Tomas Plekanec Assists
10:46 PP - Tobias Rieder (8)
Assists Clayton Keller, Oliver Ekman-Larsson
16:01 Josh Archibald (4)
Assists Tobias Rieder
Goalies
Carey Price Starter Antti Raanta
16 Saves 34
21 Shots 36
.762% Save % .944%
EDM at VGK
Info
1 Final 4
29 Shots 28
0/1 PP 1/2
9 PIM 7
63% FO% 37%
18 Hits 11
21 Blocks 15
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
13:04 Ryan Carpenter (4)
Assists Deryk Engelland, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare
2nd Period
04:18 Jonathan Marchessault (21)
Assists Nate Schmidt, Reilly Smith
12:47 PP - William Karlsson (30)
Assists David Perron, Brad Hunt
3rd Period
04:15 Erik Haula (22)
Assists James Neal, David Perron
Leon Draisaitl (17) 12:31
Oscar Klefbom, Michael Cammalleri Assists
Goalies
Cam Talbot Starter Marc-Andre Fleury
24 Saves 28
28 Shots 29
.857% Save % .966%
VAN at SJS
Info
1 Final 4
44 Shots 30
0/1 PP 0/3
6 PIM 2
57% FO% 43%
32 Hits 16
14 Blocks 13
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
08:41 Mikkel Boedker (9)
Assists Chris Tierney, Jannik Hansen
2nd Period
04:57 Brent Burns (10)
Assists Joakim Ryan, Logan Couture
3rd Period
03:06 Marcus Sorensen (4)
Assists Justin Braun, Marc-Edouard Vlasic
Daniel Sedin (14) 06:43
Thomas Vanek, Henrik Sedin Assists
12:33 Chris Tierney (14)
Assists Brent Burns, Mikkel Boedker
Goalies
Anders Nilsson Starter Martin Jones
26 Saves 43
30 Shots 44
.867% Save % .977%

Current NHL Standings

NHL STANDINGS
Teams with an asterisk (*) denote a current playoff team via standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL * 58 39 16 3 81 .698 208 155 +53 6-4-0
BOS * 55 35 12 8 78 .709 185 133 +52 8-2-0
TOR * 59 35 19 5 75 .636 198 165 +33 9-1-0
FLA 54 25 23 6 56 .519 158 175 -17 6-4-0
DET 56 23 24 9 55 .491 150 170 -20 4-4-2
MTL 57 22 28 7 51 .447 146 179 -33 3-6-1
OTT 56 20 27 9 49 .438 150 196 -46 5-5-0
BUF 58 17 30 11 45 .388 139 191 -52 4-4-2
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH * 57 33 17 7 73 .640 181 167 +14 5-2-3
PIT * 59 33 22 4 70 .593 185 175 +10 8-1-1
PHI * 57 28 19 10 66 .579 169 167 +2 5-3-2
NJD * 57 29 20 8 66 .579 173 176 -3 5-5-0
CAR * 58 27 22 9 63 .543 160 174 -14 6-3-1
NYI 59 28 25 6 62 .525 197 214 -17 4-5-1
CBJ 57 29 24 4 62 .544 154 162 -8 3-6-1
NYR 58 27 26 5 59 .509 166 178 -12 3-7-0
WESTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
NSH * 56 34 13 9 77 .688 176 147 +29 6-2-2
WPG * 57 33 15 9 75 .658 183 154 +29 6-2-2
STL * 59 34 21 4 72 .610 170 151 +19 6-3-1
DAL * 57 33 20 4 70 .614 175 151 +24 7-3-0
MIN * 57 31 20 6 68 .596 170 163 +7 6-3-1
COL 56 31 21 4 66 .589 176 163 +13 4-5-1
CHI 58 24 26 8 56 .483 162 169 -7 2-7-1
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK * 57 38 15 4 80 .702 196 155 +41 6-4-0
SJS * 58 31 19 8 70 .603 170 159 +11 5-4-1
CGY * 58 30 20 8 68 .586 165 167 -2 5-4-1
ANA 59 28 20 11 67 .568 164 168 -4 5-3-2
LAK 57 30 22 5 65 .570 163 143 +20 5-5-0
EDM 56 23 29 4 50 .446 158 188 -30 3-6-1
VAN 58 22 30 6 50 .431 151 188 -37 3-7-0
ARI 58 16 32 10 42 .362 142 197 -55 5-4-1

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
BOS 55 35 12 8 78 .709 185 133 37 171 21.64 26 165 84.24 1763 10.3 1611 .919 101.5
VGK 57 38 15 4 80 .702 196 155 38 180 21.11 30 164 81.71 1874 10.4 1727 .911 100.5
TBL 58 39 16 3 81 .698 208 155 49 202 24.26 42 189 77.78 1873 11.0 1880 .919 102.3
NSH 56 34 13 9 77 .688 176 147 43 195 22.05 37 203 81.77 1769 9.7 1808 .921 101.3
WPG 57 33 15 9 75 .658 183 154 46 198 23.23 33 193 82.90 1825 9.9 1785 .915 100.4
WSH 57 33 17 7 73 .640 181 167 37 175 21.14 38 190 80.00 1626 10.9 1851 .910 102.0
TOR 59 35 19 5 75 .636 198 165 33 164 20.12 29 173 83.24 1868 10.3 2012 .918 102.1
DAL 57 33 20 4 70 .614 175 151 35 175 20.00 35 197 82.23 1817 9.4 1715 .913 100.7
STL 59 34 21 4 72 .610 170 151 30 185 16.22 32 178 82.02 1964 8.5 1785 .915 100.5
SJS 58 31 19 8 70 .603 170 159 44 192 22.92 27 174 84.48 1914 8.7 1759 .911 98.7
MIN 57 31 20 6 68 .596 170 163 37 173 21.39 39 203 80.79 1700 9.8 1851 .912 100.5
PIT 59 33 22 4 70 .593 185 175 53 199 26.63 35 200 82.50 2016 9.1 1829 .905 97.7
COL 56 31 21 4 66 .589 176 163 40 208 19.23 32 198 83.84 1650 10.6 1836 .912 101.3
CGY 58 30 20 8 68 .586 165 167 34 196 17.35 39 195 80.00 1904 8.6 1865 .913 100.2
PHI 57 28 19 10 66 .579 169 167 42 194 21.65 43 172 75.00 1804 9.3 1714 .905 100.5
NJD 57 29 20 8 66 .579 173 176 35 181 19.34 35 193 81.87 1795 9.4 1804 .905 99.9
LAK 57 30 22 5 65 .570 163 143 32 163 19.63 33 197 83.25 1761 9.1 1795 .920 101.0
ANA 59 28 20 11 67 .568 164 168 28 163 17.18 40 214 81.31 1799 8.9 1968 .918 100.8
Avg. 57 29 22 7 64 .559 169 169 36 181 19.89 36 181 80.11 1828 9.2 1828 .909 100.0
CBJ 57 29 24 4 62 .544 154 162 24 163 14.72 36 148 75.68 1989 7.4 1802 .912 99.6
CAR 58 27 22 9 63 .543 160 174 36 184 19.57 28 140 80.00 1977 7.9 1684 .898 98.3
NYI 59 28 25 6 62 .525 197 214 41 187 21.93 46 174 73.56 1837 10.6 2126 .900 100.7
FLA 54 25 23 6 56 .519 158 175 31 168 18.45 33 164 79.88 1876 8.3 1875 .908 98.9
NYR 58 27 26 5 59 .509 166 178 37 181 20.44 33 184 82.07 1820 9.0 1968 .912 99.8
DET 56 23 24 9 55 .491 150 170 31 166 18.67 40 179 77.65 1682 8.7 1786 .905 99.8
CHI 58 24 26 8 56 .483 162 169 34 214 15.89 31 180 82.78 2010 8.1 1869 .910 99.2
MTL 57 22 28 7 51 .447 146 179 37 174 21.26 40 179 77.65 1939 7.4 1791 .902 98.2
EDM 56 23 29 4 50 .446 158 188 22 148 14.86 51 174 70.69 1894 8.2 1733 .892 99.2
OTT 56 20 27 9 49 .438 150 196 28 173 16.18 41 164 75.00 1692 8.7 1859 .897 99.1
VAN 58 22 30 6 50 .431 151 188 40 191 20.94 43 196 78.06 1746 8.6 1855 .900 99.0
BUF 58 17 30 11 45 .388 139 191 31 176 17.61 37 177 79.10 1778 7.8 1877 .899 98.4
ARI 58 16 32 10 42 .362 142 197 31 171 18.13 32 153 79.08 1721 8.2 1863 .897 98.7
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 57 29 22 7 64 .559 169 169 36 181 19.89 36 181 80.11 1828 9.2 1828 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 2/16/2018.

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Roster transactions over the last three days from around the NHL & AHL

ROSTER & TRADE NEWS
Team Wednesday, February 14th -- Transactions
CHI TRADE: Traded forward Christopher DiDomenico to OTT for defenseman Ville Pokka
CHI Assigned goaltender Jeff Glass to Rockford (AHL)
CHI Recalled goaltender J.F. Berube from Rockford (AHL)
COL Assigned forward Rocco Grimaldi to San Antonio (AHL)
OTT TRADE: Traded defenseman Ville Pokka to CHI for forward Christopher DiDomenico
OTT Recalled defenseman Ben Harpur from Belleville (AHL)
SJS Recalled forward Marcus Sorensen from San Jose (AHL)
STL TRADE: Traded 2019 4th-round draft pick to TOR for forward Nikita Soshnikov
STL Assigned forward Zach Sanford to San Antonio (AHL)
TOR TRADE: Traded forward Nikita Soshnikov to STL for 2019 4th-round draft pick
VGK Assigned forward Reid Duke to Chicago (AHL)
WPG Assigned forward Brendan Lemieux to Manitoba (AHL)
Team Wednesday, February 14th -- Transactions
ANA Assigned defenseman Korbinian Holzer to San Diego (AHL)
COL Recalled forward Rocco Grimaldi from San Antonio (AHL)
FLA Assigned goaltender Harri Sateri to Springfield (AHL)
LAK TRADE: Traded forwards Marian Gaborik & Nick Shore to OTT in exchange for forward Nate Thompson & defenseman Dion Phaneuf
OTT TRADE: Traded forward Nate Thompson & defenseman Dion Phaneuf to LAK in exchange for forwards Marian Gaborik & Nick Shore
SJS Assigned forward Rudolfs Balcers to San Jose (AHL)
STL Assigned forward Tage Thompson to San Antonio (AHL)
Team Tuesday, February 13th -- Transactions
ANA Recalled defenseman Marcus Pettersson from San Diego (AHL)
ANA Placed defenseman Korbinian Holzer on waivers
ANA Placed forward Dennis Rasmussen on waivers. If he clears, it appears that ANA will cut all ties with the player.
COL Recalled defenseman Duncan Siemens from San Antonio (AHL)
COL Assigned defenseman Andrei Mironov to San Antonio (AHL)
MTL SIGNING: Charlie Lindgren signed a three-year extension worth $750,000 for each of the three years
SJS Recalled forward Brandon Mashinter from San Jose (AHL)
STL Recalled forward Oskar Sundqvist from San Antonio (AHL)
VAN Recalled defenseman Philip Holm from Utica (AHL)

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Full Report Last Update: February 5th, 9:53 AM (CT)

Injury & Suspensions Update -- Additions Over the Past 24 Hours

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
Andreas Athanasiou DET Thu Feb 15 2018 Illness Athanasiou was absent from the lineup during the last game with an illness and it is uncertain if he will be available Saturday against the NSH.
Kyle Turris NSH Thu Feb 15 2018 Illness Turris was absent from the lineup during the last game with an illness and it is unknown if he will suit up Saturday against DET.
Colton Parayko STL Thu Feb 15 2018 Undisclosed Parayko is battling tightness to an unannounced area and it is undetermined if he will take part in Fridays game against DAL.
Nikita Soshnikov STL Thu Feb 15 2018 Lower Body Soshnikov is on the injured reserve list due to an issue with his lower body and it is unclear when he will return to the lineup.
Oskar Sundqvist STL Thu Feb 15 2018 Illness Sundqvist is dealing with an illness and it is unknown if he will play on Friday against DAL.
NOTES: All stats and information are lovingly assembled from information collected from various smaller sites in addition to nhl.com, tsn.com, and cbc.com. These smaller independent sites include:
  • Hockey-Reference.com for their amazing historical games database, handy tables and injury reports
  • HockeyDB.com for their fantastic ability to stay on top of roster moves throughout the NHL and AHL
  • LeftWingLock.com for their projected starting goalies
    • Projected Starting Goalies: Projected Starting goalies are based on the information that we have gathered before posting. Information does change throughout the day, and we update info throughout the day until we change the flair to the FINAL Edition. Most predictions are pulled from Left Wing Lock, but occasionally I will change them if I have differing information, especially regarding a goalies' first start coming back from an injury. Historic trends show the first posted predictions right 83% of the time when we term it "Projected", 97% right on "Likely", and 100% correct on both "Very Likely" and "Confirmed".
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2018.02.13 13:53 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - Tuesday, Feb. 13th

DAILY NHL UPDATE - Tuesday, February 13th
FINAL Edition

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Monday, February 12th Tuesday, February 13th Time (ET) Wednesday, February 14th Time (ET)
YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW
TBL 3 - 4 TOR CGY @ BOS 7:00 PM CBJ @ TOR 7:00 PM
CHI 1 - 6 ARI CBJ @ NYI 7:00 PM MTL @ COL 9:30 PM
FLA 7 - 5 EDM LAK @ CAR 7:00 PM FLA @ VAN 10:00 PM
NJD @ PHI 7:00 PM
OTT @ PIT 7:00 PM
TBL @ BUF 7:00 PM
ANA @ DET 7:30 PM
NYR @ MIN 8:00 PM
STL @ NSH 8:00 PM
WSH @ WPG 8:00 PM
CHI @ VGK 10:00 PM
ARI @ SJS 10:30 PM

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
CGY at BOS
Info
5:00 PM (MT) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
SN-W Local TV NESN
TVAS National TV
Stats
29-19-8 Record 34-12-8
66 Points 76
3rd - Pacific Place 2nd - Atlantic
4-3-3 Last 10 8-2-0
Won 1 Streak Won 1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
0 Goal Diff +49
24th - 17.02% PP % 21.56 - 8th
20th - 79.57% PK % 83.75% - 3rd
Head - To - Head
0-0-0 This Season 0-0-0
1-1-0 Last Season 1-1-0
37-58-0 (10 ties) All Time (105 GP) 58-33-4 (10 ties)
Leaders
Johnny Gaudreau - 66 Points 53 - Brad Marchand
Sean Monahan - 27 Goals 25 - Patrice Bergeron
Johnny Gaudreau - 48 Assists 32 - Brad Marchand
Goalies
David Rittich Starter Tuukka Rask
Confirmed Status Projected
5-1-2 Record 22-9-4
2.20 GAA 2.11
.927% SV % .924%
Injuries
(Face) Troy Brouwer Out Anders Bjork (Upper Body)
(Groin) Mike Smith Out
(Hip) Kris Versteeg Out
Unknown Kevan Miller (Upper Body)
Unknown Frank Vatrano (Lower Body)
CBJ at NYI
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
FS-Ohio Local TV MSG+
National TV
Stats
28-23-4 Record 27-24-6
60 Points 60
6th (t) - Metro Place 6th (t) - Metro
3-6-1 Last 10 4-4-2
Won 1 Streak Lost 1
Front End Back-to-Back N/A
-8 Goal Diff -17
31st - 14.01% PP % 21.43% - 11th
27th - 75.35% PK % 73.65% - 30th
Head - To - Head
2-1-0 This Season 1-2-0
3-1-0 Last Season 1-2-1
19-9-5 (1 tie) All Time (34 GP) 14-13-6 (1 tie)
Leaders
Artemi Panarin - 45 Points 62 - John Tavares
Josh Anderson - 17 Goals 29 - Anders Lee
Artemi Panarin - 30 Assists 46 - Josh Bailey
Goalies
Sergei Bobrovsky Starter Jaroslav Halak
Projected Status Confirmed
23-18-4 Record 17-17-4
2.48 GAA 3.23
.919% SV % .908%
Injuries
(Oblique) Sonny Milano Out Calvin de Haan (Shoulder)
(Back) Ryan Murray Out Nikolai Kulemin (Shoulder)
Out Scott Mayfield (Lower Body)
Out Shane Prince (Upper Body)
Likely Cal Clutterbuck (Throat)
Unknown Tanner Fritz (Lower Body)
LAK at CAR
Info
4:00 PM (PT) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
FS-West Local TV FS-Carolina
NHL.com Free Game National TV NHL.com Free Game
Stats
30-20-5 Record 26-21-9
65 Points 61
4th (t) - Pacific Place 5th - Metro
6-4-0 Last 10 5-4-1
Lost 1 Streak Won 2
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+26 Goal Diff -15
19th - 18.99% PP % 18.75% - 20th
2nd - 84.57% PK % 80.15% - 17th
Head - To - Head
1-0-0 This Season 0-0-1
1-1-0 Last Season 1-1-0
37-29-2 (8 ties) All Time (76 GP) 31-34-3 (8 ties)
Leaders
Anze Kopitar - 59 Points 43 - Sebastian Aho
Anze Kopitar - 22 Goals 20 - Sebastian Aho
Anze Kopitar - 37 Assists 29 - Teuvo Teravainen
Goalies
Jonathan Quick Starter Cam Ward
Likely Status Likely
21-19-2 Record 16-7-3
2.46 GAA 2.59
.921% SV % .913%
Injuries
(Suspension) Dustin Brown Out No Injuries
(Ankle) Jeff Carter Out
(Upper Body) Trevor Lewis Unlikely
NJD at PHI
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
MSG+ 2 Local TV NBCS-Philadelphia
National TV
Stats
27-20-8 Record 28-19-9
62 Points 65
4th - Metro Place 3rd - Metro
3-7-0 Last 10 6-3-1
Lost 4 Streak Won 4
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
-7 Goal Diff +3
17th - 19.89% PP % 21.69% - 6th
29th - 74.56% PK % 81.62% - 14th
Head - To - Head
1-2-0 This Season 2-1-0
4-1-0 Last Season 1-3-1
110-107-6 (18 ties) All Time (241 GP) 119-98-12 (18 ties)
Leaders
Taylor Hall - 57 Points 64 - Claude Giroux
Taylor Hall - 21 Goals 28 - Sean Couturier
Taylor Hall - 36 Assists 53 - Jakub Voracek
Goalies
Keith Kinkaid Starter Michal Neuvirth
Confirmed Status Confirmed
10-7-2 Record 7-7-2
3.29 GAA 2.50
.892% SV % .917%
Injuries
(Thumb) Brian Gibbons Out
(Concussion) Marcus Johansson Out
(Groin) Cory Schneider Out
(Undisclosed) Brian Boyle Unknown Brian Elliott (Lower Body)
(Undisclosed) John Quenneville Unknown
OTT at PIT
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
RDS, TSN-5 Local TV ATTSN-Pittsburgh
National TV
Stats
19-26-9 Record 31-22-4
47 Points 66
7th - Atlantic Place 2nd - Metro
4-6-0 Last 10 7-2-1
Lost 1 Streak Won 1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
-44 Goal Diff +5
27th - 16.17% PP % 26.29% - 1st
28th - 75.16% PK % 83.08% - 5th
Head - To - Head
0-1-0 This Season 1-0-0
2-1-0 Last Season 1-1-1
36-45-8 (9 ties) All Time (98 GP) 53-31-5 (9 ties)
Leaders
Mark Stone - 46 Points 65 - Phil Kessel
Mark Stone - 18 Goals 30 - Evgeni Malkin
Erik Karlsson - 31 Assists 43 - Sidney Crosby
Goalies
Mike Condon Starter Matt Murray
Confirmed Status Confirmed
4-9-4 Record 19-12-2
3.27 GAA 2.90
.904% SV % .906%
Injuries
(Suspension) Alexandre Burrows Out Patric Hornqvist (Lower Body)
(Finger) Bobby Ryan Out Tom Kuhnhackl (Lower Body)
(Lower Body) Nate Thompson Out Chad Ruhwedel (Upper Body)
(Hamstring) Chris Wideman Out
(Ankle) Gabriel Dumont Unknown Matt Hunwick (Upper Body)
TBL at BUF
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
SUN Local TV MSG-Buffalo
National TV
Stats
38-15-3 Record 16-30-10
79 Points 42
1st - Atlantic Place 8th - Atlantic
7-3-0 Last 10 5-4-1
Lost 1 Streak Lost 1
Back End Back-to-Back N/A
+52 Goal Diff -53
2nd - 23.83% PP % 16.96% - 25th
22nd - 78.69% PK % 78.57% - 23rd
Head - To - Head
1-0-0 This Season 0-1-0
4-0-0 Last Season 0-3-1
38-45-7 (5 ties) All Time (95 GP) 52-35-3 (5 ties)
Leaders
Nikita Kucherov - 71 Points 53 - Jack Eichel
Nikita Kucherov - 30 Goals 22 - Jack Eichel
Steven Stamkos - 44 Assists 31 - Jack Eichel
Goalies
Louis Domingue Starter Chad Johnson
Confirmed Status Confirmed
2-7-0 Record 3-9-3
3.88 GAA 3.57
.877% SV % .886%
Injuries
(Leg) Peter Budaj Out Zach Bogosian (Hip)
(Lower Body) Ondrej Palat Out Jack Eichel (Lower Body)
Out Jake McCabe (Thumb)
ANA at DET
Info
4:30 PM (PT) Local Time 7:30 (ET)
PRIME Local TV FS-Detroit
National TV
Stats
27-19-11 Record 22-23-9
65 Points 53
4th (t) - Pacific Place 5th - Atlantic
5-3-2 Last 10 4-4-2
Lost 1 Streak Won 1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
-4 Goal Diff -18
23rd - 17.83% PP % 18.63% - 21st
16th - 81.16% PK % 77.78% - 26th
Head - To - Head
0-0-0 This Season 0-0-0
1-1-0 Last Season 1-1-0
26-45-5 (7 ties) All Time (83 GP) 50-23-3 (7 ties)
Leaders
Rickard Rakell - 45 Points 42 - Dylan Larkin
Rickard Rakell - 22 Goals 19 - Anthony Mantha
Ryan Getzlaf - 28 Assists 34 - Dylan Larkin
Goalies
John Gibson Starter Jimmy Howard
Confirmed Status Confirmed
19-14-6 Record 15-17-6
2.60 GAA 2.85
.923% SV % .910%
Injuries
(Illness) Patrick Eaves Out No Injuries
NYR at MIN
Info
8:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (CT)
MSG Local TV FS-North+
National TV
Stats
27-24-5 Record 30-19-6
59 Points 66
8th - Metro Place 5th - Central
3-7-0 Last 10 6-2-2
Won 2 Streak Won 1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
-8 Goal Diff +9
22nd - 47.73% 5v5 GF% 50.75% - 16th
15th - 20.11% PP % 21.56% - 9th
10th - 82.32% PK % 81.22% - 15th
Head - To - Head
0-0-0 This Season 0-0-0
1-1-0 Last Season 1-1-0
14-8-0 (0 ties) All Time (22 GP) 8-13-1 (0 ties)
Situational Record
17-7-1 Scoring First 21-4-4
9-17-4 Opp. Scores First 9-15-2
12-7-2 Outshoot Opp. 10-5-2
14-17-3 Outshot by Opp. 19-13-4
4-7 1-Goal Games 4-4
12-5-2 After 1st - Leading 17-0-2
11-6-1 After 1st - Tied 8-11-2
4-13-2 After 1st - Behind 5-8-2
16-0-0 After 2nd - Leading 18-2-3
7-6-3 After 2nd - Tied 11-5-1
4-18-2 After 2nd - Behind 1-12-2
Leaders
Mats Zuccarello - 40 Points 50 - Eric Staal
Michael Grabner - 23 Goals 24 - Eric Staal
Mats Zuccarello - 31 Assists 29 - Ryan Suter
Goalies
Henrik Lundqvist Starter Devan Dubnyk
Confirmed Status Confirmed
23-17-4 Record 22-10-4
2.73 GAA 2.60
.919% SV % .919%
Injuries
(Concussion) Pavel Buchnevich Out Jonas Brodin (Hand)
(Hand) Steven Kampfer Out
(Ribs) Chris Kreider Out
(Upper Body) Ryan McDonagh Out
(Knee) Ondrej Pavelec Out
(Knee) Kevin Shattenkirk Out
(Neck) Marc Staal Out
Unknown Chris Stewart (Illness)
STL at NSH
Info
7:00 PM (CT) Local Time 7:00 (CT)
FS-Midwest Local TV FS-Tenn
National TV
Stats
34-21-3 Record 33-12-9
71 Points 75
3rd - Central Place 1st - Central
6-4-0 Last 10 6-1-3
Lost 1 Streak Won 1
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+20 Goal Diff +29
28th - 15.93% PP % 22.99% - 5th
13th - 81.71% PK % 82.74% - 7th
Head - To - Head
0-2-0 This Season 2-0-0
2-3-0 Last Season 3-2-0
52-38-13 (4 ties) All Time (107 GP) 51-41-11 (4 ties)
Leaders
Brayden Schenn - 53 Points 43 - P.K. Subban
Brayden Schenn - 23 Goals 18 - Viktor Arvidsson
Brayden Schenn - 30 Assists 28 - P.K. Subban
Goalies
Jake Allen Starter Pekka Rinne
Projected Status Likely
19-16-2 Record 28-8-4
2.74 GAA 2.30
.908% SV % .927%
Injuries
(Forearm) Joel Edmundson Out
(Knee) Robby Fabbri Out
(Shoulder) Zachary Sanford Out
(Undisclosed) Tage Thompson Likely
Unknown Austin Watson (Lower Body)
WSH at WPG
Info
8:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (CT)
NBCS-Washington Local TV TSN-3
National TV
Stats
32-17-6 Record 32-15-9
70 Points 73
1st - Metro Place 2nd - Central
4-3-3 Last 10 6-2-2
Lost 1 Streak Lost 2
N/A Back-to-Back N/A
+12 Goal Diff +28
7th - 21.64% PP % 23.59% - 4th
19th - 79.67% PK % 82.72% - 8th
Head - To - Head
0-0-0 This Season 0-0-0
2-0-0 Last Season 0-1-1
48-26-8 (5 ties) All Time (87 GP) 34-39-9 (5 ties)
Leaders
Alex Ovechkin - 60 Points 60 - Blake Wheeler
Alex Ovechkin - 33 Goals 25 - Patrik Laine
Evgeny Kuznetsov - 38 Assists 46 - Blake Wheeler
Goalies
Braden Holtby Starter Connor Hellebuyck
Likely Status Confirmed
28-10-3 Record 28-8-8
2.79 GAA 2.35
.914% SV % .923%
Injuries
No Injuries Out Michael Hutchinson (Concussion)
Out Steve Mason (Concussion)
Out Shawn Matthias (Upper Body)
Out Brandon Tanev (Upper Body)
Out Jacob Trouba (Ankle)
Unknown Adam Lowry (Upper Body)
CHI at VGK
Info
9:00 PM (CT) Local Time 7:00 (PT)
NBCS-Chicago Local TV ATTSN-RM
National TV
Stats
24-24-8 Record 36-15-4
56 Points 76
7th - Central Place 1st - Pacific
2-6-2 Last 10 6-4-0
Lost 6 Streak Lost 1
Back End Back-to-Back N/A
-3 Goal Diff +35
29th - 15.46% PP % 20.93% - 13th
9th - 82.56% PK % 81.99% - 12th
Head - To - Head
0-2-0 This Season 2-0-0
0-0-0 Last Season 0-0-0
0-2-0 (0 ties) All Time (2 GP) 2-0-0 (0 ties)
Leaders
Patrick Kane - 53 Points 54 - Jonathan Marchessault
Patrick Kane - 21 Goals 29 - William Karlsson
Patrick Kane - 32 Assists 36 - David Perron
Goalies
Anton Forsberg Starter Marc-Andre Fleury
Projected Status Confirmed
5-10-3 Record 16-6-2
3.05 GAA 2.07
.907% SV % .932%
Injuries
(Illness) Marian Hossa Out William Carrier (Upper Body)
(Concussion) Michal Rozsival Out Jonathon Merrill (Lower Body)
Out Tomas Nosek (Upper Body)
Out Luca Sbisa (Hand)
Out Clayton Stoner (Abdominal)
Out Malcolm Subban (Upper Body)
(Concussion Symtoms) Corey Crawford Unknown
(Upper Body) Jan Rutta Unknown
ARI at SJS
Info
8:30 PM (MT) Local Time 7:30 (PT)
Local TV
National TV
Stats
14-32-10 Record 30-18-8
38 Points 68
8th - Pacific Place 2nd - Pacific
4-4-2 Last 10 4-4-2
Won 1 Streak Won 2
Back End Back-to-Back N/A
-59 Goal Diff +9
26th - 16.77% PP % 23.78% - 3rd
21st - 78.77% PK % 84.80% - 1st
Head - To - Head
0-1-2 This Season 3-0-0
3-1-1 Last Season 2-1-2
61-62-12 (7 ties) All Time (142 GP) 74-49-12 (7 ties)
Leaders
Clayton Keller - 40 Points 48 - Brent Burns
Clayton Keller - 16 Goals 23 - Logan Couture
Derek Stepan - 26 Assists 39 - Brent Burns
Goalies
Antti Raanta Starter Martin Jones
Projected Status Projected
10-14-6 Record 16-14-5
2.58 GAA 2.62
.918% SV % .912%
Injuries
No Injuries Out Joe Thornton (Knee)
Out Joel Ward (Shoulder)

NHL Results for Sunday, February 11th

YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS
TBL at TOR
Info
3 Final 4
34 Shots 23
0/2 PP 0/1
2 PIM 4
52% FO% 48%
27 Hits 20
11 Blocks 15
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
11:55 William Nylander (13)
Assists Auston Matthews, Jake Gardiner
2nd Period
03:08 William Nylander (14)
Assists Auston Matthews, Mitchell Marner
11:36 Jake Gardiner (4)
Assists William Nylander, Auston Matthews
Alex Killorn (10) 15:59
Brayden Point, Nikita Kucherov Assists
3rd Period
Nikita Kucherov (30) 00:58
Alex Killorn Assists
Yanni Gourde (21) 01:18
Braydon Coburn, Steven Stamkos Assists
04:37 James van Riemsdyk (23)
Assists Tyler Bozak
Goalies
Andrei Vasilevskiy Starter Frederik Andersen
19 Saves 31
23 Shots 34
.826% Save % .912%
CHI at ARI
Info
1 Final 6
38 Shots 22
1/6 PP 1/4
12 PIM 16
56% FO% 44%
18 Hits 20
12 Blocks 18
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
01:32 Max Domi (4)
Assists Jakob Chychrun, Tobias Rieder
09:22 Clayton Keller (16)
Assists Derek Stepan
2nd Period
Alex DeBrincat (20) - PP 04:33
Jonathan Toews, Lance Bouma Assists
07:06 Alex Goligoski (7)
Assists Clayton Keller, Max Domi
09:33 PP - Tobias Rieder (7)
Assists Christian Fischer
3rd Period
07:12 Nick Cousins (10)
Assists Alex Goligoski, Kevin Connauton
15:38 Christian Dvorak (9)
Assists Christian Fischer, Zac Rinaldo
Goalies
Jeff Glass Starter Antti Raanta
6 Saves 37
9 Shots 38
.667% Save % .974%
Anton Forsberg Backup
10 Saves
13 Shots
.769% Save %
FLA at EDM
Info
7 Final 5
40 Shots 32
3/4 PP 0/0
0 PIM 8
43% FO% 57%
25 Hits 36
19 Blocks 12
Recap
Video Highlights NHL.com Written Recap
Scoring
1st Period
Aaron Ekblad (12) - PP 17:46
Denis Malgin, Mike Matheson Assists
18:35 Patrick Maroon (14)
Assists Yohann Auvitu, Connor McDavid
2nd Period
02:46 SH/PS - Leon Draisaitl (16)
Assists Unassisted
Denis Malgin (9) 06:21
Mike Matheson, Mark Pysyk Assists
09:35 Drake Caggiula (8)
Assists Kris Russell, Jujhar Khaira
Evgenii Dadonov (12) 09:58
Nick Bjugstad, Aaron Ekblad Assists
3rd Period
Vincent Trocheck (19) - PP 00:18
Keith Yandle, Aleksander Barkov Assists
Vincent Trocheck (20) - PP 06:05
Keith Yandle, Jonathan Huberdeau Assists
06:53 Anton Slepyshev (3)
Assists Mark Letestu
Evgenii Dadonov (13) - PS 10:46
Unassisted Assists
14:58 Connor McDavid (23)
Assists Patrick Maroon
Vincent Trocheck (21) 19:00
Jonathan Huberdeau Assists
Goalies
James Reimer Starter Cam Talbot
27 Saves 33
32 Shots 39
.844% Save % .846%

Current NHL Standings

Teams with an asterisk denote a current playoff team via standings
Current NHL Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL * 56 38 15 3 79 .705 201 149 +52 7-3-0
BOS * 54 34 12 8 76 .704 180 131 +49 8-2-0
TOR * 58 34 19 5 73 .629 192 162 +30 8-2-0
FLA 53 24 23 6 54 .509 154 172 -18 6-4-0
DET 54 22 23 9 53 .491 147 165 -18 4-4-2
MTL 55 22 26 7 51 .464 144 172 -28 4-5-1
OTT 54 19 26 9 47 .435 144 188 -44 4-6-0
BUF 56 16 30 10 42 .375 132 185 -53 5-4-1
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH * 55 32 17 6 70 .636 173 161 +12 4-4-3
PIT * 57 31 22 4 66 .579 176 171 +5 7-2-1
PHI * 56 28 19 9 65 .580 165 162 +3 6-3-1
NJD * 55 27 20 8 62 .564 163 170 -7 3-7-0
CAR * 56 26 21 9 61 .545 151 166 -15 5-4-1
CBJ 55 28 23 4 60 .545 147 155 -17 4-4-2
NYI 57 27 24 6 60 .526 193 210 -8 3-6-1
NYR 56 27 24 5 59 .527 164 172 -8 3-7-0
WESTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
NSH * 54 33 12 9 75 .694 169 140 +29 6-1-3
WPG * 56 32 15 9 73 .652 179 151 +28 6-2-2
STL * 58 34 21 3 71 .612 167 147 +20 6-4-0
DAL * 57 33 20 4 70 .614 175 151 +24 7-3-0
MIN * 55 30 19 6 66 .600 165 156 +9 6-2-2
COL 55 30 21 4 64 .582 174 163 +11 4-5-1
CHI 56 24 24 8 56 .500 158 161 -3 2-6-2
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK * 55 36 15 4 76 .691 187 152 +35 6-4-0
SJS * 56 30 18 8 68 .607 165 156 +9 4-4-2
CGY * 56 29 19 8 66 .589 159 159 0 4-3-3
LAK 55 30 20 5 65 .591 159 133 +26 6-4-0
ANA 57 27 19 11 65 .570 160 164 -4 5-3-2
EDM 55 23 28 4 50 .455 157 184 -27 4-5-1
VAN 56 22 28 6 50 .446 147 180 -33 4-6-0
ARI 56 14 32 10 38 .339 135 194 -59 4-4-2

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
TBL 56 38 15 3 79 .705 201 149 46 193 23.83 39 183 78.69 1812 11.0 1808 .919 102.3
BOS 54 34 12 8 76 .704 180 131 36 167 21.56 26 160 83.75 1723 10.3 1581 .918 101.5
NSH 54 33 12 9 75 .694 169 140 43 187 22.99 34 197 82.74 1704 9.6 1746 .923 101.3
VGK 55 36 15 4 76 .691 187 152 36 172 20.93 29 161 81.99 1809 10.2 1667 .910 100.3
WPG 56 32 15 9 73 .652 179 151 46 195 23.59 33 191 82.72 1781 9.9 1758 .915 100.5
WSH 55 32 17 6 70 .636 173 161 37 171 21.64 37 182 79.67 1572 10.8 1773 .910 101.8
TOR 58 34 19 5 73 .629 192 162 33 161 20.50 29 171 83.04 1840 10.2 1955 .918 101.8
DAL 57 33 20 4 70 .614 175 151 35 175 20.00 35 197 82.23 1817 9.4 1715 .913 100.7
STL 58 34 21 3 71 .612 167 147 29 182 15.93 32 175 81.71 1933 8.5 1752 .916 100.5
SJS 56 30 18 8 68 .607 165 156 44 185 23.78 26 171 84.80 1843 8.7 1689 .909 98.4
MIN 55 30 19 6 66 .600 165 156 36 167 21.56 37 197 81.22 1637 9.9 1790 .913 100.6
LAK 55 30 20 5 65 .591 159 133 30 158 18.99 29 188 84.57 1696 9.3 1715 .922 101.1
CGY 56 29 19 8 66 .589 159 159 32 188 17.02 38 186 79.57 1843 8.5 1793 .914 100.3
COL 55 30 21 4 64 .582 174 163 40 206 19.42 32 194 83.51 1625 10.6 1792 .910 101.2
PHI 56 28 19 9 65 .580 165 162 41 189 21.69 43 169 74.56 1769 9.3 1678 .906 100.5
PIT 57 31 22 4 66 .579 176 171 51 194 26.29 33 195 83.08 1949 8.9 1761 .904 97.4
ANA 57 27 19 11 65 .570 160 164 28 157 17.83 39 207 81.16 1734 9.1 1908 .917 100.8
NJD 55 27 20 8 62 .564 163 170 35 176 19.89 34 185 81.62 1737 9.2 1740 .905 99.6
Avg. 56 28 21 7 62 .560 164 164 35 176 19.83 35 176 80.17 1772 9.3 1772 .909 100.0
CAR 56 26 21 9 61 .545 151 166 33 176 18.75 27 136 80.15 1907 7.8 1632 .900 98.4
CBJ 55 28 23 4 60 .545 147 155 22 157 14.01 35 142 75.35 1881 7.5 1744 .913 99.8
NYR 56 27 24 5 59 .527 164 172 35 174 20.11 32 181 82.32 1736 9.3 1904 .912 100.1
NYI 57 27 24 6 60 .526 193 210 39 182 21.43 44 167 73.65 1772 10.7 2025 .897 100.7
FLA 53 24 23 6 54 .509 154 172 30 164 18.29 32 158 79.75 1842 8.3 1838 .908 98.8
CHI 56 24 24 8 56 .500 158 161 32 207 15.46 30 172 82.56 1935 8.2 1800 .911 99.3
DET 54 22 23 9 53 .491 147 165 30 161 18.63 38 171 77.78 1627 8.8 1721 .905 99.9
MTL 55 22 26 7 51 .464 144 172 36 167 21.56 38 175 78.29 1859 7.6 1745 .903 98.5
EDM 55 23 28 4 50 .455 157 184 22 147 14.97 50 172 70.93 1865 8.3 1705 .893 99.3
VAN 56 22 28 6 50 .446 147 180 39 184 21.20 42 189 77.78 1665 8.8 1791 .901 99.2
OTT 54 19 26 9 47 .435 144 188 27 167 16.17 40 161 75.16 1623 8.7 1806 .899 99.3
BUF 56 16 30 10 42 .375 132 185 29 171 16.96 36 168 78.57 1720 7.7 1812 .898 98.3
ARI 56 14 32 10 38 .339 135 194 28 167 16.77 31 146 78.77 1674 8.0 1786 .894 98.4
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 56 28 21 7 62 .560 164 164 35 176 19.83 35 176 80.17 1772 9.3 1772 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 2/13/2018.

Current Individual Leaders

NOTE: *To be included in our League Leaders, players must have played in at least 22% of all possible games for their respective teams.
League Leaders
Nikita Kucherov 71 Alex Ovechkin 33 Jakub Voracek 53
Johnny Gaudreau 66 Evgeni Malkin 30 Johnny Gaudreau 48
Connor McDavid 66 Nikita Kucherov 30 Josh Bailey 46
Phil Kessel 65 Anders Lee 29 Claude Giroux 46
Steven Stamkos 65 2 more players at 29 Blake Wheeler 46
William Karlsson +30 Brad Marchand 1.29 Sean Monahan 10
Zdeno Chara +26 Nikita Kucherov 1.27 Brayden Point 7
Reilly Smith +26 Nathan MacKinnon 1.24 Nathan MacKinnon 7
Auston Matthews +26 Connor McDavid 1.20 Brayden Schenn 7
2 players at +25 Evgeni Malkin 1.19 Evgeni Malkin 7
Brent Burns 237 William Karlsson 24.4% Drew Doughty 27:01
Vladimir Tarasenko 232 Yanni Gourde 21.9% Ryan Suter 26:47
Tyler Seguin 227 Anders Lee 20.7% Rasmus Ristolainen 26:26
Alex Ovechkin 227 Jaden Schwartz 20.2% Erik Karlsson 26:15
Evander Kane 205 Brian Gibbons 19.7% Erik Johnson 25:52
Kris Russell 168 Robert Hagg 194 Micheal Haley 150
Alec Martinez 153 Chris Wagner 189 Tom Wilson 131
Ryan McDonagh 129 Leo Komarov 170 Antoine Roussel 95
Joel Edmundson 125 Nikita Zadorov 166 Austin Watson 89
Ivan Provorov 124 Milan Lucic 165 Cody McLeod 89
Carter Hutton 1.70 Carter Hutton .944 Andrei Vasilevskiy 7
Marc-Andre Fleury 2.07 Marc-Andre Fleury .932 Connor Hellebuyck 5
Tuukka Rask 2.11 Corey Crawford .929 Pekka Rinne 5
Corey Crawford 2.27 Andrei Vasilevskiy .927 Devan Dubnyk 4
Pekka Rinne 2.30 Pekka Rinne .927 3 more goalies at 4
ROSTER NEWS

Roster transactions over the last three days from around the NHL & AHL

Team Monday, February 12th -- Transactions
CGY Recalled goaltender Jon Gillies from Stockton (AHL)
DAL Recalled defenseman Dillon Heatherington from Texas (AHL)
DAL Assigned forward Jason Dickinson to Texas (AHL)
FLA SIGNING: Colton Sceviour signed a three-year extension worth $3.6 million
MIN Recalled defenseman Nick Seeler from Iowa (AHL)
MIN Assigned defenseman Viktor Loov to Iowa (AHL)
NJD Recalled forward Nick Lappin from Binghamton (AHL)
NYR Recalled defenseman Ryan Sproul from Hartford (AHL)
OTT Recalled forward Max McCormick from Belleville (AHL)
TOR Recalled forward Nikita Soshnikov from Toronto (AHL)
VGK Assigned forward Paul Thompson to Chicago (AHL)
Team Sunday, February 11th -- Transactions
BOS Assigned forward Austin Czarnik to Providence (AHL)
BUF Recalled forward Nicholas Baptiste from Rochester (AHL)
PHI Recalled goaltender Alex Lyon from Lehigh Valley (AHL)
SJS Recalled forward Rudolfs Balcers from San Jose (AHL)
SJS Recalled defenseman Tim Heed from San Jose (AHL)
VGK Recalled forward Paul Thompson from Chicago (AHL)
Team Saturday, February 10th -- Transactions
CBJ Assigned goaltender Jeff Zatkoff to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled goaltender Joonas Korpisalo from Cleveland (AHL)
EDM Recalled defenseman Keegan Lowe from Bakersfield (AHL)
NYR Recalled goaltender Alexandar Georgiev from Hartford (AHL)
VGK Placed goaltender Malcolm Subban on IR
VGK Recalled goaltender Maxime Lagace from Chicago (AHL)
WSH SIGNING: Lars Eller signed a five-year, $17.5 million contract extension, with an AAV of $3.5 million
Injury & Suspensions Report

Current Injury & Suspensions reports from around the NHL

Complete Injury & Suspension List

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Full Report Last Update: February 5th, 9:53 AM (CT)

Injury & Suspensions Update -- Additions Over the Past 28 Hours

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
Austin Watson NSH Mon Feb 12 2018 Lower Body Watson is dealing with an injury to his lower body and it is unclear if he will play Tuesday against STL.
Cal Clutterbuck NYI Mon Feb 12 2018 Throat Clutterbuck is expected to play Tuesday against CBJ despite taking a stick to the throat during the last game.
Steven Kampfer NYR Mon Feb 12 2018 Hand Kampfer is expected to miss four-to-six weeks due to a fractured hand.
NOTES: All stats and information are lovingly assembled from information collected from various smaller sites in addition to nhl.com. These independent sites include:
  • Hockey-Reference.com for their amazing historical games database, handy tables and injury reports
  • HockeyDB.com for their fantastic ability to stay on top of roster moves throughout the NHL and AHL
  • LeftWingLock.com for their projected starting goalies
    • Projected Starting Goalies: Projected Starting goalies are based on the information that we have gathered before posting. Information does change throughout the day, and we update info throughout the day until we change the flair to the FINAL Edition. Most predictions are pulled from Left Wing Lock, but occasionally I will change them if I have differing information, especially regarding a goalies' first start coming back from an injury. Historic trends show the first posted predictions right 83% of the time when we term it "Projected", 97% right on "Likely", and 100% correct on both "Very Likely" and "Confirmed".
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