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Dose: Pavelski nets 300th goal

Saturday, December 2, 2017


This hasn’t been Joe Pavelski’s most offensively productive season.  He’s been dealing with an unspecified injury, which is the likely cause and the result is that he has five goals and 13 points in 24 contests in contrast to his typical pace that leads him to roughly 70 points by the end of the campaign.  However, he has been hot lately.

 

Pavelski had registered an assist in each of his last four contests leading up to Friday’s action and then last night he extended that point streak to five games by finding the back of the net.  The goal was a big one for him as it was also the 300th of his career.  He’s spent his entire career in San Jose and ranks second on their all-time goal list behind only Patrick Marleau.  Pavelski also became the 199th all-time member of the 300-goal club.  He’s still just 33-years-old though and likely has more milestones left in him.

 

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PITTSBURGH 4 BUFFALO 0

 

Tristan Jarry made 34 saves to earn the shutout.  He’s 3-0-2 with a 2.21 GAA and .929 save percentage in five contests this season.  The Penguins will be leaning on him in the short-term because Matt Murray has a lower-body injury.

 

Sidney Crosby scored a goal and registered an assist.  He has 11 goals and 27 points in 27 games in 2017-18.

 

Tom Kuhnhackl netted the game-winning goal.  It was his first marker and fourth point in 27 contests.

 

Jordan Nolan fired a team-high six shots for the Sabres.  He has two goals on 16 shots this season.

 

Robin Lehner surrendered four goals on 25 shots.  He’s lost his last three starts.

 

OTTAWA 6 NY ISLANDERS 5

 

This loss ended the Senators’ losing streak at seven games.  Ottawa is now 9-9-6 this season so the Senators have some work to do now that they’ve stopped the bleeding.

 

Craig Anderson got the start, but he surrendered five goals on 18 shots through 28:40 minutes of play.  Mike Condon stepped in and saved the 19 shots he faced to earn the victory.

 

At the other end of the ice, Thomas Greiss only lasted minutes longer than Anderson as Greiss was yanked after turning aside just 15 of 20 shots.  Jaroslav Halak stepped in and stopped 14 of 15 shots last night.

 

Ryan Dzingel scored a pair of goals for Ottawa, including the game-winner.  He has eight goals and 11 points in 24 contests.

 

Thomas Chabot scored a goal and registered two assists for the Senators.  The marker was the 20-year-old defenseman’s first of his career.

 

Islanders forward Anders Lee scored twice on Friday.  He has 15 goals and 27 points in 25 contests.

 

NY RANGERS 5 CAROLINA 1

 

Michael Grabner picked up a hat trick, but two of those goals were empty netters.  Nevertheless, he’s up to 13 goals and 15 points in 26 games.

 

Justin Williams accounted for the Hurricanes’ lone goal.  It was his fifth marker and 18th point in 24 games this season.

 

Scott Darling turned aside 21 of 24 shots last night.  That gives him a 7-7-5 record, 2.68 GAA, and .903 save percentage in 19 games.

 

Henrik Lundqvist stopped 32 of 33 Hurricanes shots.  He has a 13-6-2 record, 2.66 GAA, and .917 save percentage in 23 starts.

 

David Desharnais found the back of the net for the Rangers.  He has three goals and 12 points in 23 contests.

 

COLUMBUS 4 ANAHEIM 2

 

Kevin Roy found the back of the net last night.  The Ducks’ 24-year-old rookie has three goals and four points in 11 contests.

 

John Gibson kicked out 27 of 30 Blue Jackets shots.  He fell to 8-10-1 with a 2.98 GAA and .920 save percentage in 21 starts.

 

Joonas Korpisalo saved 25 of 27 shots on Friday.  That’s the third straight start where he’s allowed just two goals.

 

Artemi Panarin scored a goal and registered a pair of assists.  He’s up to six goals and 19 points in 26 games.

 

Josh Anderson matched Panarin’s efforts with a goal and two assists of his own.  That extended Anderson’s point streak to five games.

 

SAN JOSE 2 FLORIDA 1

 

Joe Pavelski netted his 300th career goal in his 830th career game.  The marker also gives him five goals and 13 points in 24 contests in 2017-18.

 

Chris Tierney accounted for the game-winning goal.  That gives him seven goals and 10 points in 24 games.

 

Aaron Dell turned aside 39 of 40 Panthers shots.  He has a 4-3-1 record, 1.93 GAA, and .933 save percentage in 10 games.

 

At the other end of the ice, Roberto Luongo kicked out 30 of 32 shots.  He has a 6-6-1 record, 2.62 GAA, and .928 save percentage in 14 starts.

 

Colton Sceviour found the back of the net for Florida.  It was his fifth goal and eighth point in 19 games.

 

LOS ANGELES 4 ST. LOUIS 1

 

Patrik Berglund netted the Blues’ lone goal.  It was his first marker in his second game of the season.

 

Darcy Kuemper saved 39 of 40 St. Louis shots.  He’s 4-0-2 with a 1.72 GAA and .944 save percentage in eight games.

 

Carter Hutton turned aside 18 of 21 shots through two periods.  Jake Allen was sent out for the third frame and saved six of seven shots.

 

Tyler Toffoli found the back of the net twice on Friday.  He’s up to 13 goals and 19 points in 27 games.

 

Jake Muzzin assisted on two of the Kings’ four goals.  He has two goals and 16 points in 27 contests.

 

WINNIPEG 7 VEGAS 4

 

Maxime Lagace surrendered six goals on 37 shots last night.  He has a 5-6-1 record, 3.85 GAA, and .866 save percentage in 13 contests.

 

Patrik Laine scored a goal and registered two assists for the Jets.  That gives him 12 goals and 20 points in 26 games.

 

Mark Scheifele also had a goal and two assists for Winnipeg.  He’s up to 13 goals and 32 points in 26 contests.

 

Blake Wheeler assisted on three of the Jets’ seven goals.  He has six goals and 31 points in 26 games this season.

 

Colin Miller found the back of the net and registered an assist.  The Golden Knights blueliner has four goals and 13 points in 25 games.

 

Connor Hellebuyck saved 27 of 31 Vegas shots.  He has a 14-2-3 record, 2.43 GAA, and .923 save percentage in 21 contests.

 

NEW JERSEY 2 COLORADO 1

 

Cory Schneider saved 22 of 23 shots to pick up the win.  He improved to 10-5-3 with a 2.68 GAA and .920 save percentage in 19 starts.

 

At the other end of the ice, Semyon Varlamov stopped 19 of 21 shots.  He has a 8-5-1 record, 3.06 GAA, and .905 save percentage in 14 starts.

 

J.T. Compher netted the Avalanche’s lone goal.  It was his fourth marker and eighth point in 18 contests.

 

Jesper Bratt scored a goal and registered an assist.  The Devils rookie forward has eight goals and 17 points in 25 games.

 

Brian Boyle netted the game-winning goal.  He’s up to four goals and six points in 15 games this season.



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