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Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork. Torry Holt Rams Jersey .com) - Wayne Simmonds, Scott Laughton and Jakub Voracek each posted a goal and an assist as the Philadelphia Flyers
thumped the Carolina Hurricanes, 5-1, on Saturday. Michael Raffl and Sean
Couturier each scored while Steve Mason made 25 saves for the Flyers, who have
won the first two games of a four-game homestand. Eric Staal had the lone
goal of the game for the Hurricanes, who have lost five straight. Anton
Khudobin allowed all five goals on 23 shots in the loss.
Final Score: Ottawa 3, Boston 2 (SO)

Boston, MA ( - Bobby Ryan scored the shootout winner in the
Ottawa Senators 3-2 win against the Boston Bruins Saturday. New Senators
coach Dave Cameron earned his first win with goals from Mika Zibanejad and
David Legwand, along with 29 saves by Robin Lehner. Ottawa has won two of its
last three games. Tuukka Rask also made 29 saves, including two in
overtime, but it wasnt enough for the Bruins, who have lost five out of
their last six. Craig Cunningham scored his first NHL goal, and Loui
Eriksson tallied the other Boston goal.

Final Score: NY Islanders 3, Chicago 2

Uniondale, NY ( - Kyle Okposo and Lubomir Visnovsky
tallied 51 seconds apart midway through the third period and the New York
Islanders brought the Chicago Blackhawks win streak to an end thanks to a 3-2
final at Nassau Coliseum. Cal Clutterbuck added a second-period strike for
the Islanders, who put the brakes on a three-game skid. Jaroslav Halak turned
aside 23 shots for the win. Dan Carcillo and Patrick Kane scored for the
Blackhawks, who had won eight in a row since Nov. 26 to reach the top of
the Central Division. Scott Darling took the loss despite making 38 saves.

Final Score: Washington 4, Tampa Bay 2

Washington, DC ( - Nicklas Backstrom notched his first
career hat trick to lead the Washington Capitals to a 4-2 victory over the
Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday. Braden Holtby stopped 26 shots, Eric Fehr
scored an empty-net goal and Alex Ovechkin and Tom Wilson each supplied two
assists for the Capitals, who have won four of their last five games. Tyler
Johnson and Matt Carle each scored late in the third period and Ben
Bishop made 24 saves for Tampa Bay, which has dropped three of its last four.

Final Score: Columbus 4, Pittsburgh 3 (SO)

Columbus, OH ( - Ryan Johansen was credited with the game
winner in the shootout, and Columbus recovered from a Pittsburgh rally late in
regulation to post a 4-3 victory at Nationwide Arena. Nick Foligno, Boone
Jenner and Jack Johnson scored for the Blue Jackets, who extended their
season-high win streak to six games. Sergei Bobrovsky made 33 saves, then
turned away Brandon Sutter in the games final segment to lock up the win.
Kris Letang tallied twice, including the tying marker with less than 11
seconds to play for the Penguins, who also received a goal from Blake Comeau.
Thomas Greiss stopped 24 pucks in 65 minutes of play, but allowed two of three
Columbus shooters to best him.

Final Score: Anaheim 4, Winnipeg 1

Winnipeg, MB ( - Ryan Getzlaf scored the go-ahead goal
during a big second period for the Ducks, and Anaheim posted its seventh
straight win, 4-1 over the Winnipeg Jets. Jakob Silfverberg and Nate Thompson
also lit the lamp in the second period for the NHL-leading Ducks, who equaled
their season-best winning streak. They also ended Winnipegs eight-game
points streak (5-0-3) by beating the Jets for the second time at MTS Centre in
less than a week. On Sunday, Kyle Palmieris tally with 53 seconds elapsed
in overtime lifted Anaheim to victory. This time, it was Anaheim
capitalizing on the power play and also in short-handed situations. Thompson
and Andrew Cogliano scored short-handed, with Coglianos going into an
empty net with 1:15 left. Silfverbergs goal came on the man-advantage.
Frederik Andersen turned aside 27 shots for Anaheim. Bryan Little scored on
the power play for the Jets, who have lost two in a row. Michael Hutchinson
made 27 saves.

Final Score: Buffalo 4, Florida 3 (OT)

Buffalo, NY ( - Nikita Zadorov scored his first goal of the
season 29 seconds into overtime to send the Buffalo Sabres to a 4-3 win over
the Florida Panthers on Saturday. Brian Giontas third-period goal tied the
game for the Sabres and ended a run of three straight Panthers goals. Buffalo
also got goals from Cody Hodgson and Marcus Foligno to win its third straight
game. Jhonas Enroth made 25 saves in the win. Sean Bergenheim and Jimmy
Hayes scored second-period goals to erase a 2-0 deficit for Florida, which
lost two of three games on its road trip. Al Montoya made 28 saves for the
Panthers but did not stop the only shot he faced in OT.

Final Score: Toronto 4, Detroit 1

Toronto, ON ( - Jonathan Bernier made 27 saves and the
Toronto Maple Leafs scored four unanswered goals for a 4-1 win over the
Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night. The goals from James van Riemsdyk,
Richard Panik, Morgan Rielly and an empty-netter from Nazem Kadri gave the
Maple Leafs their first four-game winning streak of the season. It includes
back-to-back victories over the Red Wings, who fell to Toronto 2-1 in a
shootout on Wednesday. Saturday marked the fifth and final meeting of the
season between the Atlantic Division foes. The Maple Leafs won the last three
after the Red Wings swept a home-and-home in October. Niklas Kronwall scored
and Petr Mrazek gave up three goals on 40 shots in Detroits third straight

Final Score: Minnesota 4, Arizona 3 (SO)

Glendale, AZ ( - Zach Parise and Mikko Koivu both scored in
the shootout to lead the Minnesota Wild to a 4-3 victory over the Arizona
Coyotes on Saturday. Parise, Minnesotas first shooter, beat Devan Dubnyk
with a wrist shot, but Antoine Vermette answered back for Arizona by firing
the puck under the arm of Niklas Backstrom. Koivu skated up the left side,
cut across the slot, and roofed the puck over Dubnyk. Tobias Rieders shot
was wide to seal the win for the Wild. Parise netted the game-tying goal
late in regulation, Nino Niederreiter and Jason Zucker also scored and
Backstrom made 26 saves for the Wild, who bounced back from a 2-1 loss to San
Jose on Thursday. Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Lauri Korpikoski and Vermette all
lit the lamp for the Coyotes, who lost their ninth straight home game.
Dubnyk made 32 stops in defeat.

Final Score: Dallas 4, New Jersey 3

Dallas, TX ( - Shawn Horcoff scored the deciding goal late
in the second period as the Dallas Stars held off a late New Jersey push for a
4-3 victory on Saturday. Tyler Seguin and Jason Spezza each finished with a
goal and an assist, Trevor Daley also scored and Antoine Roussel supplied two
helpers for the Stars, who entered the game with five losses in their previous
six games. Kari Lehtonen stopped 28-of-31 shots in the win. Jon Merrill,
Eric Gelinas and Scott Gomez all lit the lamp for New Jersey, which dropped
its third straight game. Cory Schneider allowed four goals on 33 shots over
the first two periods and Keith Kinkaid made three saves in relief during the

Final Score: St. Louis 3, Colorado 2 (OT)

Denver, CO ( - T.J. Oshie scored 63 seconds into overtime to
give the St. Louis Blues their fourth straight win, 3-2 over the Colorado
Avalanche. Alex Pietrangelo and Kevin Shattenkirk also lit the lamp for the
Blues, who received 23 saves from Jake Allen. Erik Johnson scored twice and
Calvin Pickard stopped 39 shots for Colorado, which have dropped five of its
last six games. Barret Jackman delivered a pass from the left boards to the
slot area, where Oshie used a defenseman as a screen before firing the
puck into the upper right corner of the net.

Final Score: NY Rangers 5, Vancouver 1

Vancouver, BC ( - Mats Zuccarello scored a pair of goals and
the New York Rangers used a three-goal first-period blitz to subdue Vancouver,
5-1, at Rogers Arena. J.T. Miller, Marc Staal and Ryan McDonagh also lit the
lamp for the Rangers, who kicked off a four-game road trip with their second
straight victory. Derick Brassard and Rick Nash each added a pair of
assists, while Henrik Lundqvist turned in a 29-save effort. Nick Bonino
supplied the sole offense for the Canucks, losers of four in a row
including the final three of a seven-game road trip. Ryan Miller was on the
hook for all five goals on just 23 shots.

Final Score: San Jose 2, Nashville 0

San Jose, CA ( - Antti Niemi made 29 saves for his second
shutout of the season and the red-hot San Jose Sharks beat the Nashville
Predators 2-0 on Saturday night. Niemi had 18 of his 29 saves in the third
period to pick up his 29th career shutout and first since the season-opener
against Los Angeles on Oct. 8. Tomas Hertls goal 5:01 into the game stood up
as the winner and Joe Thornton added an empty-netter late as the Sharks
improved to 7-1 in their last eight games. Pekka Rinne played well in net,
stopping 32 of 33 shots, but took the loss as the Predators finished a 2-1
road trip.

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Now they know theyll have home-ice advantage throughout the Eastern
Conference playoffs.TSN Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie, Pierre LeBrun and
Darren Dreger gathered for the latest installment of Insider Trading and
the topics discussed were what a rising salary cap means for PK Subbans
contract negotiations, the coaching situation with the New York
Islanders, the Buffalo Sabres search for a new general manager, what
stories emerged from Tuesdays Board of Governors meetings and Jakob
Chychrun, the son of former Flyers defenceman Jeff Chychrun.
Q: With the cap going over $71 million and climbing even higher, what
does this mean to P.K. Subban and his contract talks?
LeBrun: It could mean a lot. In many ways, he could be the poster child
for young, star free agents and future negotiations. For guys like
Alex Pietrangelo and Erik Karlsson, they signed long term deals because
they were looking for security and didnt know where the salary cap was
headed. Well, P.K. Subban and his advisors from Newport Sports know
where its going and its going way up, so the debate for Subban is, do I
sign an eight-year deal like a lot of people are expecting me to, but
then, the salary cap might be at $100 million by the end of the
eight-year deal, maybe Im better off taking a shorter term deal, three
or four years. Of course, the Montreal Canadiens will be looking for
some long-term security themselves, so a big decision for Subban because
the cap is going way up.
McKenzie: The players and agents are wondering whos going to be the guy
who breaks the bank; whos going to be the guy who gets closer to the 20
per cent maximum salary thats allowed. If the salary cap is $75
million or $80 million in a couple of years, thats potentially $15-16
million a year. What player might command that kind of money? Well, lets
have a look at the guys who are coming up to unrestricted free agency.
Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane have a year left on their deals after
this year. They can start negotiating in the summer. You can easily
justify doubling your current $6.3 million salary if youre Toews or
Kane. Steven Stamkos, a free agent in 2016, could he be the guy who
breaks the bank? We saw the redefining of the goaltender market last
week when Henrik Lundqvist brought the maximum goaltender salary from $7
million to $8.5 million. Agents and players believe its only a matter
of time until some star player gets $12, $13 million or $14 million
under this new salary cap environment.
Q: Are the reeling New York Islanders going to be looking for a new head
Dreger: They might, but in the moment, the New York Islanders are
willing to be patient, so there is no imminent coach firing. Jack
Capuano has the full confidence of his general manager. What the team
needs is more offence from its star players and thats aside from the top
line. Garth Snow is also looking for a top-pairing defenceman. Hes
taking more of the responsibility than putting it on the coaches.
Q: What is the status of the Buffalo Sabres search for a new general
McKenzie: The list is getting longer, rather than shorter. The
expectation is that the Buffalo Sabres will certainly take until the New
Year and maybe beyond that, closer to the Olympics, before a general
manager is named. Our sense is that there is somewhere between six and
10 names that Sabress president Pat LaFontaine is looking at and that
hes probably spoken to two-thirds or three-quarters of that group, but
hes continuing to look and theres one name thats popping into the mix
lately. Wes Welker Rams Jersey. The Buffalo Sabres have asked for permission from the Los Angeles
Kings to talk to director of amateur scouting Mike Futa, but no word yet
on whether or not that permission has been granted.
Q: What stories emerged from Tuesdays Board of Governors meeting,
including the push for the next World Cup of Hockey?
Dreger: I believe Hockey Canada will reach out, if they havent already,
to the Players Association. The NHL is waiting for some gesture from the
Players Association on the scenarios that have been discussed over
multiple meetings about the next World Cup. Hockey Canada would prefer
that the next World Cup be in February 2016. Its unlikely that the
owners will shut down part of the season again. Theyd prefer September
of 2015. Theres still a lot of work to do, but the league is getting
antsy. They want an answer in the next couple of months.
LeBrun: Brendan Shanahan addressed the Board of Governors on Tuesday,
talking about league discipline. One of the things he brought up was
Matt Cooke and how he became a rehabilitated player in part because of
the help he got from the Pittsburgh Penguins organization. The message
from Shanahan was look at what that coaching staff did for Matt Cooke.
Hed like to see more teams around the league adopt that model when it
comes to helping out their own players when it comes to league
discipline issues.
Dreger: This was very much a business meeting for the governors of the
NHL and good news for the small market owners, as they learned that they
can earn upwards of $45 million. With the cap floor going to $52
million in 2014-15, those full revenue-sharing teams will get upwards of
$20 million in national rights money, theyll get $20 million in revenue
sharing and, perhaps, an extra $5 million in escrow. So thats $45
million of $52 million to get to the floor.
LeBrun: The story that generated the most buzz today was something that
wasnt even talked about within the walls of the Board of Governors
meeting - expansion, but because Gary Bettman was questioned about
expansion in the media, it was really his demeanour, more than what he
actually said, that generated the buzz. He openly talked about receiving
interest from other markets. In the past, he would just shut that down
and not even broach it. It gives us the impression that expansion is on
the horizon. One governor said, nevermind the next couple of years, he
believes in the next year, expansion talk will heat up seriously.
Q: Whats the next step for Jakob Chychrun, son of former Philadelphia
Flyer Jeff Chychrun?
McKenzie: Jakob Chychrun is a 62", 195-pound, 15-year-old defenceman who
plays for the Toronto Canadiens of the Greater Toronto Hockey League.
What makes him special is that if he decides to go the OHL route, hes
expected to be the first-overall pick. While he never applied for
exceptional status, even before that, they did make an exception at the
Under-17 World Challenge this Christmas. He will be the first minor
hockey player, not playing in the OHL, to go up and play on the Ontario
under-17 team.

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