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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 21, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba C M Y K PAGE C6 C6 WINNIPEG FREE PRESS SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2015 winnipegfreepress. com NHL REPORT Up next: JETS @ OILERS Monday, 8: 30 p. m. TV: TSN3 Radio: TSN 1290 Tonight: CAPITALS @ JETS MTS Centre, 6 p. m. TV: CITY Radio: TSN 1290 . . ABOUT THE CAPS . The Caps, 39- 23- 10, are coming off a 3- 2 win over Minnesota in St. Paul Thursday night — their first- ever win at XCel Energy Center. They enter play Friday night holding down the first Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference — five points ahead of Boston. Washington and Pittsburgh, third in the Metropolitan Division, both have the same point total of 88, but the Pens have a game in hand. . Washington captain Alex Ovechkin scored twice in the win over the Wild, upping his league- leading total to 47. He has 13 multi- goal games this year, marking the fourth time in his career he has registered 13 or more multi- goal games in a season. His career best is 14 multi- goal seasons, set during the 2009- 10 campaign. That total tied him with Dennis Maruk ( 1981- 82) for the franchise record. . More Ovie: he nows sits three goals shy of tying Peter Bondra ( 472) for first place on the Caps franchise goal list. Ovechkin leads the NHL in points ( 73), goals ( 47), power- play goals ( 21), game- winning goals ( 11) and shots ( 354) this season. . Braden Holtby backstopped the win over the Wild on Thursday and, in the process, moved past Al Jensen for third place on the Capitals franchise wins list with 95. In last Monday’s win over Buffalo Holtby recorded his eighth shutout of the season, becoming the second Washington netminder in franchise history to reach that total ( Jim Carey has nine in 1995- 96). WINNIPEG JETS 31 Ondrej Pavelec 34 Michael Hutchinson 2 Adam Pardy 5 Mark Stuart 7 Keaton Ellerby 8 Jacob Trouba 12 Drew Stafford 14 Anthony Peluso 15 Matt Halischuk 16 Andrew Ladd 17 Adam Lowry 18 Bryan Little 19 Jim Slater 20 Lee Stempniak 21 T. J. Galiardi 22 Chris Thorburn 23 Jay Harrison 26 Blake Wheeler 33 Dustin Byfuglien 39 Toby Enstrom 55 Mark Scheifele 57 Tyler Myers 58 Eric O’Dell 67 Michael Frolik 91 Jiri Tlusty WASHINGTON CAPITALS 35 Justin Peters 70 Braden Holtby 2 Matt Niskanen 6 Tim Gleason 8 Alex Ovechkin 16 Eric Fehr 19 Nicklas Backstrom 20 Troy Brouwer 21 Brooks Laich 22 Curtis Glencross 25 Jason Chimera 27 Karl Alzner 42 Joel Ward 43 Tom Wilson 44 Brooks Orpik 46 Michael Latta 52 Mike Green 74 John Carlson 83 Jay Beagle 88 Nate Schmidt 90 Marcus Johansson 92 Evgeny Kuznetsov — Ed Tait NEW YORK Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist, sidelined since Feb. 2 with a vascular injury to his neck, bowed out of his first full practice with the team Friday morning to be with his wife, who is expecting their second daughter. Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said that the goaltender would not join the team, which left for Raleigh, N. C., in the afternoon. They face the Hurricanes today. The change means that Lundqvist now will not practise with his teammates until Tuesday, in the morning skate before hosting the Los Angeles Kings, and Wednesday, an off day. Both Lundqvist, who was medically cleared to return on Monday, and Vigneault have said that he would need several full practices to take high shots and adjust to screens and the speed of the game. He has been practicing almost daily in recent weeks, but only against assistant coaches. “ That ( Tuesday) morning skate, we’re on the ice anywhere for 20 to 30 minutes and we’re doing a lot of gamesituation stuff, so you get a lot out of that, we’ll see how he does,” Vigneault said. But he will not change the practice schedule Monday to accommodate Lundqvist. “ We’re playing back to back ( Saturday and Sunday). ... We very rarely ( practice) after back to back games,” he said. “ So you’ve got to look at the overall picture and the team, you’ve got to do what’s best for them.” It still appears that with the schedule, Lundqvist’s first appearance wouldn’t come earlier than next weekend, when the Rangers face the Bruins in Boston and host the Capitals. Cam Talbot will start against the Hurricanes ( 3- 5- 2 in the last 10) on Saturday, and possibly Sunday at home against the Anaheim Ducks, but Vigneault did not reveal Sunday’s starter. It could be rookie Mackenzie Skapski, who won both his NHL starts against the Sabres in Buffalo, but Talbot, having not played since Wednesday’s 1- 0 loss to the Blackhawks, could also start. Kings activate Martinez EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — The Los Angeles Kings have activated defenceman Alec Martinez from injured reserve after an 18- game absence with an apparent concussion. The defending Stanley Cup champions announced the move Friday. Martinez hasn’t played since Feb. 7, when he was hurt in a game at Tampa Bay on a hard check from Cedric Paquette. Martinez has five goals and 12 assists in 45 games this season for the Kings, who will welcome the return of their post- season hero. Martinez scored the series- winning overtime goals in last season’s Western Conference finas at Chicago and the Stanley Cup finals against the New York Rangers. The Kings ( 34- 22- 14) are one point behind Calgary for third place in the Pacific Division, and they trail Winnipeg in the wild- card race. The Kings host Vancouver today. Subban fined for diving MONTREAL Canadiens defenceman P. K. Subban is the first NHL player to be caught three times under the league’s effort to curb embellishment. The NHL fined him $ 3,000 on Friday for falling easily on a little hook from Ottawa’s Erik Condra on March 12. He didn’t draw a penalty on the play. The new fine is on top of an earlier $ 2,000 fine for his second offense ( the first resulted in just a warning). Though the $ 5,000 total isn’t a big burden for a player making $ 7 million this season, the public shaming is supposed to be what stops further incidents. If not, his next time will cost him $ 4,000, plus will result in a $ 2,000 fine for Canadiens coach Michel Therrien. — from the news services AROUND The NHL Lundqvist skips practice, delays return from injury Henrik Lundqvist MIKE CARLSON / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Butterfly effect Detroit Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard traps the puck Friday night during first- period action against the Tampa Bay Lightning in Tampa, Fla. The Lightning won the game 3- 1. Note: The top three teams in each division and the next two teams in the conference earn playoff berths. A team winning in regulation, overtime or shootout is credited with two points and a victory in the W column; the team losing in overtime or shootout receives one point which is registered in the OL or SL columns. Friday’s Results New Jersey 3 Buffalo 1 Tampa Bay 3 Detroit 1 Colorado at Anaheim Thursday’s Results Montreal 4 Carolina 0 Ottawa 6 Boston 4 Winnipeg 2 St. Louis 1 ( SO) Calgary 4 Philadelphia 1 San Jose 4 Toronto 1 Columbus 6 Vancouver 2 Florida 3 Detroit 1 Washington 3 Minnesota 2 Dallas 2 Pittsburgh 1 Colorado 5 Arizona 2 Saturday’s Games St. Louis at Minnesota, 1 p. m. Columbus at Calgary, 3 p. m. Vancouver at Los Angeles, 3 p. m. San Jose at Montreal, 6 p. m. Washington at Winnipeg, 6 p. m. Boston at Florida, 6 p. m. Toronto at Ottawa, 6 p. m. N. Y. Rangers at Carolina, 6 p. m. N. Y. Islanders at New Jersey, 6 p. m. Buffalo at Nashville, 7 p. m. Chicago at Dallas, 7 p. m. Pittsburgh at Arizona, 8 p. m. Philadelphia at Edmonton, 9 p. m. National Hockey League EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic GP W L OL SL F A P Home Away Last 10 Strk Montreal 72 45 20 4 3 191 159 97 23- 8- 3- 2 22- 12- 1- 1 4- 4- 1- 1 W- 2 Tampa Bay 72 44 21 2 5 233 185 95 28- 7- 0- 1 16- 14- 2- 4 7- 2- 0- 1 W- 2 Detroit 70 38 21 2 9 202 189 87 19- 7- 0- 7 19- 14- 2- 2 4- 6- 0- 0 L- 2 Metropolitan GP W L OL SL F A P Home Away Last 10 Strk N. Y. Rangers 69 44 18 2 5 207 159 95 22- 8- 1- 4 22- 10- 1- 1 7- 2- 1- 0 L- 1 N. Y. Islanders 72 43 25 1 3 222 203 90 23- 12- 0- 020- 13- 1- 3 3- 5- 1- 1 L- 4 Pittsburgh 71 39 22 4 6 197 177 88 21- 12- 1- 218- 10- 3- 4 4- 5- 0- 1 L- 4 Wild Card GP W L OL SL F A P Home Away Last 10 Strk Washington 72 39 23 6 4 212 177 88 20- 11- 2- 319- 12- 4- 1 6- 4- 0- 0 W- 3 Boston 71 36 24 3 8 189 183 83 21- 10- 2- 415- 14- 1- 4 6- 2- 0- 2 L- 3 Ottawa 70 35 24 5 6 202 185 81 18- 11- 2- 317- 13- 3- 3 8- 1- 0- 1 W- 5 Florida 71 32 25 4 10 175 196 78 17- 11- 0- 715- 14- 4- 3 6- 3- 0- 1 W- 1 New Jersey 71 31 29 4 7 163 180 73 18- 10- 4- 413- 19- 0- 3 6- 2- 1- 1 W- 3 Philadelphia 73 29 29 6 9 188 210 73 20- 9- 1- 5 9- 20- 5- 4 2- 4- 2- 2 L- 3 Columbus 71 32 35 2 2 190 223 68 13- 20- 1- 119- 15- 1- 1 6- 4- 0- 0 W- 2 Carolina 70 26 35 3 6 162 193 61 15- 14- 1- 411- 21- 2- 2 3- 5- 1- 1 L- 2 Toronto 72 27 39 3 3 189 230 60 19- 15- 1- 0 8- 24- 2- 3 2- 7- 1- 0 L- 4 Buffalo 71 20 44 2 5 135 238 47 12- 20- 1- 3 8- 24- 1- 2 2- 6- 0- 2 L- 1 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central GP W L OL SL F A P Home Away Last 10 Strk St. Louis 71 45 20 2 4 219 172 96 24- 9- 1- 1 21- 11- 1- 3 6- 2- 0- 2 L- 1 Nashville 72 43 21 3 5 205 176 94 26- 7- 1- 1 17- 14- 2- 4 2- 7- 1- 0 L- 2 Chicago 70 43 21 3 3 203 158 92 22- 9- 3- 2 21- 12- 0- 1 8- 1- 1- 0 W- 4 Pacific GP W L OL SL F A P Home Away Last 10 Strk Anaheim 72 45 20 2 5 211 197 97 24- 10- 1- 221- 10- 1- 3 7- 3- 0- 0 W- 3 Vancouver 70 40 26 2 2 199 191 84 20- 14- 0- 120- 12- 2- 1 5- 4- 0- 1 L- 1 Calgary 71 39 27 3 2 209 186 83 20- 13- 2- 119- 14- 1- 1 6- 3- 0- 1 W- 1 Wild Card GP W L OL SL F A P Home Away Last 10 Strk Minnesota 71 39 25 5 2 201 178 85 19- 11- 4- 120- 14- 1- 1 7- 3- 0- 0 L- 1 Winnipeg 71 36 23 7 5 198 189 84 19- 11- 3- 217- 12- 4- 3 6- 3- 0- 1 W- 3 Los Angeles 70 34 22 7 7 188 175 82 22- 8- 4- 3 12- 14- 3- 4 5- 3- 2- 0 L- 1 San Jose 71 35 28 3 5 199 199 78 17- 16- 2- 318- 12- 1- 2 5- 5- 0- 0 W- 1 Colorado 70 33 26 7 4 189 195 77 19- 14- 2- 114- 12- 5- 3 7- 3- 0- 0 W- 3 Dallas 71 33 28 7 3 220 230 76 14- 14- 5- 319- 14- 2- 0 6- 3- 0- 1 W- 1 Edmonton 71 19 39 6 7 167 243 51 11- 20- 1- 2 8- 19- 5- 5 2- 5- 0- 3 L- 1 Arizona 71 21 42 3 5 147 236 50 10- 21- 3- 211- 21- 0- 3 1- 8- 1- 0 L- 6 LIGHTNING 3 RED WINGS 1 COYOTES 2 SABRES 1 BLUE JACKETS 6 CANUCKS 2 DEVILS 3 AVALANCHE 5 Scoring Leaders Through Thursday GP G A Pts +/- PIM PP SH GW S Pct Alex Ovechkin, Washington 71 47 26 73 14 50 21 0 11 354 13.3 John Tavares, N. Y. Islanders 72 33 39 72 0 46 12 0 7 243 13.6 Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh 66 23 49 72 6 43 9 0 2 199 11.6 Nicklas Backstrom, Washington 72 18 54 72 6 40 3 0 3 141 12.8 Jakub Voracek, Philadelphia 73 21 49 70 6 66 10 0 3 206 10.2 Vladimir Tarasenko, St. Louis 71 34 34 68 30 27 6 0 6 242 14.0 Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh 63 28 40 68 5 60 9 0 4 190 14.7 Jamie Benn, Dallas 71 24 42 66 4- 62 6 2 5 216 11.1 Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay 71 39 26 65 3 40 11 0 5 235 16.6 Joe Pavelski, San Jose 71 34 31 65 14 25 17 0 4 219 15.5 Tyler Johnson, Tampa Bay 69 25 40 65 30 16 7 0 5 181 13.8 Ryan Getzlaf, Anaheim 69 23 42 65 12 58 3 0 5 173 13.3 Claude Giroux, Philadelphia 72 19 46 65 0 34 11 0 4 253 7.5 Patrick Kane, Chicago 61 27 37 64 10 10 6 0 5 186 14.5 Tyler Seguin, Dallas 61 32 31 63 1- 18 10 0 5 240 13.3 Nick Foligno, Columbus 68 25 38 63 10 44 10 0 2 156 16.0 Rick Nash, N. Y. Rangers 68 39 23 62 24 26 5 4 8 262 14.9 Max Pacioretty, Montreal 72 35 27 62 39 28 6 2 9 279 12.5 Jiri Hudler, Calgary 68 25 37 62 10 14 6 0 4 132 18.9 Joe Thornton, San Jose 67 14 48 62 0 22 3 0 0 109 12.8 Daniel Sedin, Vancouver 70 15 46 61 0 18 4 0 4 192 7.8 Henrik Sedin, Vancouver 70 15 46 61 7 14 4 0 0 85 17.6 Ryan Johansen, Columbus 71 23 37 60 11- 36 7 2 0 180 12.8 Jonathan Toews, Chicago 70 23 36 59 27 34 6 2 4 171 13.5 Alexander Steen, St. Louis 69 22 37 59 7 33 7 0 4 209 10.5 Henrik Zetterberg, Detroit 65 16 43 59 2- 28 3 0 3 198 8.1 WINNIPEG JETS Player GP G A P +/- PIM Andrew Ladd 71 24 33 57 12 70 Blake Wheeler 69 22 33 55 20 67 Bryan Little 65 24 27 51 10 18 Dustin Byfuglien 65 15 27 42 6 118 Mark Scheifele 71 12 30 42 7 24 Michael Frolik 71 16 22 38 5 16 Mathieu Perreault 56 18 18 36 3 36 Toby Enstrom 52 4 17 21 7 32 Jacob Trouba 55 7 14 21 0 36 Adam Lowry 69 8 11 19 - 3 40 Chris Thorburn 70 6 6 12 - 4 72 Mark Stuart 60 1 11 12 4 61 Drew Stafford 15 6 5 11 1 4 Tyler Myers 14 2 8 10 5 12 Ben Chiarot 36 2 6 8 5 22 Jim Slater 71 2 5 7 - 5 51 Matt Halischuk 41 2 5 7 2 6 Adam Pardy 44 0 6 6 1 38 Paul Postma 42 2 4 6 1 16 Jay Harrison 27 2 2 4 1 21 Grant Clitsome 24 0 4 4 4 8 Lee Stempniak 7 1 2 3 - 2 2 Jiri Tlusty 9 0 3 3 - 2 0 Anthony Peluso 48 1 1 2 - 4 86 TJ Galiardi 37 1 0 1 - 9 2 Eric O’Dell 7 0 0 0 - 1 19 Patrice Cormier 1 0 0 0 0 0 Julien Brouillette 1 0 0 0 0 0 Goaltender AVG W L OL SO S% Ondrej Pavelec 2.46 16 14 7 1 .914 M. Hutchinson 2.41 20 9 5 2 .913 WASHINGTON CAPITALS Player GP G A P +/- PIM Alex Ovechkin 71 47 26 73 14 50 Nicklas Backstrom 72 18 54 72 6 40 John Carlson 72 11 36 47 11 26 Mike Green 62 6 33 39 13 30 Marcus Johansson 72 17 22 39 4 8 Troy Brouwer 72 18 18 36 8 47 Joel Ward 72 16 14 30 0 22 Evgeny Kuznetsov 70 9 21 30 6 20 Eric Fehr 68 18 11 29 10 18 Matt Niskanen 72 3 21 24 8 45 Andre Burakovsky 50 9 13 22 12 10 Jay Beagle 62 10 10 20 6 20 Karl Alzner 72 4 15 19 13 20 Jason Chimera 67 5 11 16 - 3 51 Brooks Orpik 68 0 16 16 3 56 Brooks Laich 56 6 10 16 - 1 20 Tom Wilson 59 4 12 16 - 2 155 Curtis Glencross 8 4 2 6 0 2 Michael Latta 43 0 5 5 4 56 Nate Schmidt 38 1 3 4 - 1 10 Liam O’Brien 13 1 1 2 4 23 Tim Gleason 8 0 1 1 2 2 Chris Brown 5 1 0 1 1 2 Chris Conner 2 0 0 0 1 4 Aaron Volpatti 2 0 0 0 0 0 Steve Oleksy 1 0 0 0 - 1 0 Cameron Schilling 4 0 0 0 1 4 Goaltender AVG W L OL SO S% Braden Holtby 2.18 35 18 9 8 .925 Justin Peters 3.38 3 5 1 0 .879 Philipp Grubauer 1.85 1 0 0 0 .920 Tonight’s Matchup Late Thursday Marko Dano recorded two of six unanswered Columbus goals that lifted the Blue Jackets to a decision over the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena. All of the Blue Jackets’ scoring came over the final two periods, with Dano finishing with three points and Alexander Wennberg adding a goal and an assist. Rene Bourque, Cam Atkinson and Scott Hartnell also lit the lamp in Columbus’ fifth win in its last six games. First Period No Scoring. Penalties — Tropp Clb ( hooking) 2: 00. Second Period 1. Vancouver, Horvat 12 ( unassisted) 3: 00. 2. Vancouver, D. Sedin 15 ( H. Sedin, Burrows) 3: 40. 3. Columbus, Bourque 4 ( Johansen) 7: 04. 4. Columbus, Dano 6 ( Anisimov, Foligno) 10: 01. 5. Columbus, Atkinson 16 ( Letestu, Johnson) 18: 18 ( pp). Penalties — Tropp Clb ( fighting) 5: 05, Dorsett Vcr ( fighting) 5: 05, Hartnell Clb ( holding) 14: 39, Weber Vcr ( hooking) 17: 23. Third Period 6. Columbus, Dano 7 ( Wennberg) 5: 31. 7. Columbus, Hartnell 22 ( Dano, Savard) 8: 32. 8. Columbus, Wennberg 3 ( unassisted) 15: 38 ( en). Penalties — None. Shots on goal by Columbus 10 11 12— 33 Vancouver 20 8 12— 40 Goal — Columbus: Bobrovsky ( W, 21- 17- 2); Vancouver: Lack ( L, 12- 10- 3). Power plays — Columbus: 1- 1; Vancouver: 0- 2. Referees — Tim Peel, Kyle Rehman. Linesmen — Lonnie Cameron, Brad Kovachik. Att. at Vancouver, BC — 18,668. Marko Dano recorded two of six unanswered Columbus goals that lifted the Blue Jackets to a decision over the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena. All of the Blue Jackets’ scoring came over the final two periods, with Dano finishing with three points and Alexander Wennberg adding a goal and an assist. Rene Bourque, Cam Atkinson and Scott Hartnell also lit the lamp in Columbus’ fifth win in its last six games. First Period No Scoring. Penalties — Tropp Clb ( hooking) 2: 00. Second Period 1. Vancouver, Horvat 12 ( unassisted) 3: 00. 2. Vancouver, D. Sedin 15 ( H. Sedin, Burrows) 3: 40. 3. Columbus, Bourque 4 ( Johansen) 7: 04. 4. Columbus, Dano 6 ( Anisimov, Foligno) 10: 01. 5. Columbus, Atkinson 16 ( Letestu, Johnson) 18: 18 ( pp). Penalties — Tropp Clb ( fighting) 5: 05, Dorsett Vcr ( fighting) 5: 05, Hartnell Clb ( holding) 14: 39, Weber Vcr ( hooking) 17: 23. Third Period 6. Columbus, Dano 7 ( Wennberg) 5: 31. 7. Columbus, Hartnell 22 ( Dano, Savard) 8: 32. 8. Columbus, Wennberg 3 ( unassisted) 15: 38 ( en). Penalties — None. Shots on goal by Columbus 10 11 12— 33 Vancouver 20 8 12— 40 Goal — Columbus: Bobrovsky ( W, 21- 17- 2); Vancouver: Lack ( L, 12- 10- 3). Power plays — Columbus: 1- 1; Vancouver: 0- 2. Referees — Tim Peel, Kyle Rehman. Linesmen — Lonnie Cameron, Brad Kovachik. Att. at Vancouver, BC — 18,668. Alex Killorn scored a tiebreaking goal midway through the third period, Ben Bishop made 30 saves and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Detroit Red Wings. Tampa Bay also got goals from Anton Stralman and from Steven Stamkos, who got his 40th this season on late empty- netter. The second- place Lightning hold an eight- point advantage over the Red Wings in the Atlantic Division. Tomas Tatar scored for the Red Wings, who have lost 6 of 8. Detroit is 9- 11- 6 in Atlantic Division games. Killorn put the Lightning ahead 2- 1 by beating Jimmy Howard from the low slot off nice passes by Victor Hedman and Jonathan Drouin about halfway through the third. First Period No Scoring. Penalties — Callahan TB ( charging) 4: 45, Callahan TB ( roughing) 4: 45, Helm Det ( roughing) 4: 45, Abdelkader Det ( holding) 16: 15. Second Period 1. Tampa Bay, Stralman 7 ( Hedman, Palat) 1: 22. 2. Detroit, Tatar 26 ( unassisted) 6: 57 ( pp). Penalties — Hedman TB ( tripping) 6: 30, Pulkkinen Det ( interference) 11: 52, Zetterberg Det ( tripping) 15: 17. Third Period 3. Tampa Bay, Killorn 15 ( Hedman, Drouin) 10: 31. 4. Tampa Bay, Stamkos 40 ( Boyle, Palat) 19: 32 ( en). Penalties — TB Bench ( too many men) 11: 23. Shots on goal by Detroit 13 11 7— 31 Tampa Bay 11 14 7— 32 Goal — Detroit: Howard ( L, 20- 12- 9); Tampa Bay: Bishop ( W, 35- 11- 4). Power plays — Detroit: 1- 3; Tampa Bay: 0- 3. Referees — Gord Dwyer, Dan O’Halloran. Linesmen — Andy McElman, Derek Nansen. Att. at Tampa, FL — 19,204. Semyon Varlamov stopped 27 shots and five different Colorado players lit the lamp in a 5- 2 decision over Arizona on Thursday. Ryan O’Reilly, Jarome Iginla, Freddie Hamilton, Matt Duchene and Gabriel Landeskog scored once each for the Avalanche, who opened a five- game road trip with their third straight win and sixth in seven overall. Oliver Ekman- Larsson netted both goals for the Coyotes, who dropped their sixth consecutive game. Louis Domingue allowed four goals on 28 shots in the loss. First Period 1. Arizona, Ekman- Larsson 18 ( Gagner, Doan) 3: 24. 2. Colorado, O’Reilly 12 ( Landeskog, Tanguay) 8: 15. 3. Colorado, Iginla 23 ( Mitchell, Hejda) 8: 44. Penalties — Moss Ari ( tripping) 14: 49. Second Period 4. Colorado, Hamilton 1 ( Stuart, Briere) 8: 09. Penalties — Dahlbeck Ari ( delay of game) 4: 30. Third Period 5. Arizona, Ekman- Larsson 19 ( Korpikoski, Gormley) 11: 53. 6. Colorado, Duchene 18 ( Everberg) 14: 51. 7. Colorado, Landeskog 20 ( O’Reilly) 19: 47 ( en). Penalties — Guenin Col ( high- sticking) 9: 47. Shots on goal by Colorado 8 13 8— 29 Arizona 12 6 11— 29 Goal — Colorado: Varlamov ( W, 25- 17- 7); Arizona: Domingue ( L, 1- 1- 1). Power plays — Colorado: 0- 2; Arizona: 0- 1. Referees — Paul Devorski, Jean Hebert. Linesmen — Jay Sharrers, Greg Devorski. Att. at Glendale, AZ — 11,684. THROUGH THURSDAY Goal Scoring GP G Alex Ovechkin, WSH 71 47 Rick Nash, NYR 68 39 Steven Stamkos, TB 71 39 Max Pacioretty, MTL 72 35 Joe Pavelski, SJ 71 34 Vladimir Tarasenko, STL 71 34 John Tavares, NYI 72 33 Tyler Seguin, DAL 61 32 Evgeni Malkin, PIT 63 28 Sean Monahan, CGY 71 28 Corey Perry, ANA 57 28 Patrick Kane, CHI 61 27 Zach Parise, MIN 64 27 Wayne Simmonds, PHI 73 27 Assists GP A Nicklas Backstrom, WSH 72 54 Sidney Crosby, PIT 66 49 Jakub Voracek, PHI 73 49 Joe Thornton, SJ 67 48 Claude Giroux, PHI 72 46 Daniel Sedin, VAN 70 46 Henrik Sedin, VAN 70 46 Henrik Zetterberg, DET 65 43 Jamie Benn, DAL 71 42 Ryan Getzlaf, ANA 69 42 Kris Letang, PIT 65 42 Mike Ribeiro, NAS 72 41 Tyler Johnson, TB 69 40 Evgeni Malkin, PIT 63 40 Power Play Goals GP PP Alex Ovechkin, WSH 71 21 Joe Pavelski, SJ 71 17 Wayne Simmonds, PHI 73 14 Gustav Nyquist, DET 69 12 John Tavares, NYI 72 12 Tyler Bozak, TOR 72 11 Claude Giroux, PHI 72 11 Steven Stamkos, TB 71 11 Nick Foligno, CLB 68 10 Marian Gaborik, LA 57 10 Tyler Seguin, DAL 61 10 Note: Qualified goalies have played a minimum of 1336 minutes. Goals Against Avg. GPI MINS GA AVG Carey Price, MTL 58 3483 110 1.89 Brian Elliott, STL 41 2283 79 2.08 Devan Dubnyk, AZ- MN 48 2743 96 2.10 Pekka Rinne, NAS 56 3363 119 2.12 Cam Talbot, NYR 30 1733 62 2.15 Cory Schneider, NJ 61 3498 126 2.16 Corey Crawford, CHI 48 2841 103 2.18 Braden Holtby, WSH 63 3684 134 2.18 Win- Loss Record GPI MINS W L OL Carey Price, MTL 58 3483 39 15 4 Pekka Rinne, NAS 56 3363 37 15 4 Braden Holtby, WSH 63 3684 35 18 9 Ben Bishop, TB 53 3002 34 11 4 Jaroslav Halak, NYI 50 2998 34 15 1 Marc- A. Fleury, PIT 55 3233 31 16 7 Fred Andersen, ANA 47 2732 30 10 5 Devan Dubnyk, AZ- MN 48 2743 30 11 3 Kari Lehtonen, DAL 58 3300 30 14 10 Jonathan Quick, LA 61 3562 30 18 12 Save Pct. GPI MINS GA SA SV% W L OL Price, MTL 58 3483 110 1734 .937 39 15 4 Schneider, NJ 61 3498 126 1768 .929 26 25 7 Dubnyk, AZ- MN 48 2743 96 1336 .928 30 11 3 Talbot, NYR 30 1733 62 860 .928 17 7 4 Crawford, CHI 48 2841 103 1384 .926 29 14 5 Rinne, NAS 56 3363 119 1598 .926 37 15 4 Anderson, OTT 33 1970 80 1067 .925 14 12 7 Mason, PHI 45 2522 96 1277 .925 14 17 10 Holtby, WSH 63 3684 134 1776 .925 35 18 9 Elliott, STL 41 2283 79 1040 .924 24 11 3 Rask, BOS 59 3456 133 1720 .923 29 18 10 Shutouts GPI MINS SO W L OL Fleury, PIT 55 3233 9 31 16 7 Holtby, WSH 63 3684 8 35 18 9 Price, MTL 58 3483 8 39 15 4 Dubnyk, AZ- MN 48 2743 6 30 11 3 Miller, VAN 44 2479 6 28 15 1 Quick, LA 61 3562 6 30 18 12 Elliott, STL 41 2283 5 24 11 3 Lundqvist, NYR 39 2321 5 25 11 3 Leaders Goalies C_ 06_ Mar- 21- 15_ FP_ 01. indd C6 3/ 20/ 15 10: 38: 32 PM

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