Zack Kassian picked up his second goal of the season in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Jets in the Heritage Classic.
Kassian wasted no time snapping off the dagger in the Jets after Benoit Pouliot gave him a perfect behind-the-back dish. The revitalized young veteran now has four points in six games thus far.
Darnell Nurse had no trouble capping off a sweet feed from Connor McDavid in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Jets in the Heritage Classic.
Not two minutes after Mark Letestu had scored on his own breakaway, the two youngsters rushed in on their own and was highlighted by McDavid's aerial feed and Nurse's top-shelf tally. It was his first of the season, giving him three points in six games thus far.
What a way to open the scoring in Sunday's 3-0 Heritage Classic win over the Jets.
Mid way through the game, Mark Letestu rushed in on Connor Hellebuyck and scored a short-handed goal. His second marker of the season. It was a broken play that started in the defensive zone, so it makes for a long highlight that'll surely go on the personal reel. The veteran forward now has four points in six games thus far.
Cam Talbot turned away 31 shots the Jets sent his way in Sunday's 3-0 win in the Heritage Classic.
Talbot was simply sensational as he stopped 12 shots on four Winnipeg power plays to secure his first shutout of the season. He's now a league-leading 5-1 on the season.
Connor Hellebuyck allowed three goals on 32 shots in the 3-0 loss in Sunday's Heritage Classic to Edmonton.
He'd surely like to have a couple of those tallies back, especially the short-handed goal by Mark Letestu. Hellebuyck falls to 1-2-0 in three games this season with 10 goals allowed.
Scott Laughton practiced (lower body) practiced on Sunday without the use of a non-contact jersey.
The 22-year-old is looking to continue to build up his talents, as he's posted 27 points in 107 games thus far. He scored at higher rates in the minors, so we'd expect him to blossom eventually.
Michael Del Zotto practiced without a non-contact jersey for the first time on Sunday.
While the offensive defenseman is still considered week-to-week, this is a great sign that he's making progress.
The Boston Bruins have assigned Zane McIntyre to AHL Providence.
Well that was a fun little weekend roadie for the young netminder. McIntyre was on the bench as he backed up Anton Khudobin with Tuukka Rask out with "general body soreness." The youngster's demotion signifies that Rask is ready to take back his crease.