Pekka Rinne Wins Again, Preds Bounce Avalanche 4-2

Pekka Rinne was outstanding, making 36 saves in the Predators’ 4-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday night. Rinne has won three of his last five starts, and continues to be one of the biggest surprises of this NHL season. He is second among all NHL goaltenders in save percentage (.930) and goals-against average

Rinne Stops 32 in Win, becoming Fantasy Hockey Stud

Pekka Rinne stopped 32 of 33 Colorado shots in a 5-1 win on Thursday. Rinne has been outstanding of late with 95 saves in 100 shots over the last three games, all wins for the tall Finn. Rinne is now 16-11-4 with a 2.09 GAA and a .930 save percentage, making him a top-seven fantasy

Diminutive Shirokov dominates in Denver

He scored his first NHL goal with impressive dangle and the lucky touch of one Henrik Sedin. After missing on several second period chances, Shirokov turned to his captain and asked Henrik to grace his stick with his touch. On the next shift he scored. “I had a few chances, I could have scored on

Florida Panthers’ Evgeny Dadonov Scores First NHL Point

The Panthers, who received a goal from former Rochester Americans callup Bill Thomas on Tuesday, had four recent minor-leaguers in the lineup because of injuries to Radek Dvorak, Cory Stillman, Rostislav Olesz, Chris Higgins and Bryan Allen. Evgeny Dadonov, 21, got his first start of the season and played 11:43. He notched a key assist