Anton Babchuk Scores For Flames In 4-3 Shootout Loss Against Sharks

David Moss, Niklas Hagman and Anton Babchuk scored in regulation for the Flames, who moved into the seventh spot and a playoff position in the Western Conference by earning one point. “It was a tough loss,” said Hagman, who ended his 16-game goal-scoring drought. “It’s always fun to score, and I haven’t been doing that

Pekka Rinne Makes Incredible 48 Saves In Loss

Pekka Rinne was absolutely incredible on Tuesday night. Rinne was unbelievable in this game against the Sharks. He turned aside 48 of 50 shots, losing in a heartbreaking overtime session. Rinne is definitely one of the league’s best goalies. He is now 20-14-6 with great peripherals. Click Here To Continue Reading Article

Ilya Kovalchuk scores winner as Devils stay hot

Kovalchuk scored with 3:59 to play for his second game-winning goal in as many nights and the New Jersey Devils won the matchup of the NHL’s hottest teams with a 2-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Friday night. “I’ve seen it before,” said Devils goaltender Johan Hedberg, who played with Kovalchuk in Atlanta.

Pekka Rinne helps Predators stay hot, stop Sharks

Pekka Rinne put quite a capper on the Nashville Predators’ three-game sweep through California in four days. Rinne made 42 saves, and Sergei Kostitsyn scored a tiebreaking goal early in the third period to lead the Predators to their fifth straight win, 2-1 over the San Jose Sharks on Saturday night. “Our goaltender stole this

Nikolay Zherdev Scores Against Sharks

Philadelphia had a flurry of its own in the second period against former Flyers goalie Antero Niittymaki, with Claude Giroux, Ville Leino and Nikolay Zherdev scoring in a 4:44 span to make it 3-1. Giroux started that run by knocking in a rebound when a shot by Braydon Coburn was deflected by Jeff Carter. Niittymaki

Mikael Samuelsson Scores Twice as Canucks Roll Sharks

The Vancouver Canucks went into Friday night’s game against San Jose focused on shutting down the Sharks’ top scorers. Offense from all four of their lines was a nice by-product. Raffi Torres and Mikael Samuelsson scored 1:48 apart early in the second period, and Samuelsson added another goal in the third as the Canucks took