Shane Doan ties a franchise record, Sam Gagner and Scott Gomez on waivers, the Wild stage an outdoor practice and more in your NHL morning coffee headlines.
Check out the highlights of last night’s notable NHL games, including the Columbus Blue Jackets upsetting the Dallas Stars, the Montreal Canadiens losing again, and the Anaheim Ducks snapping the Calgary Flames home winning streak.
Notable NHL Headlines.
THE SCORE: Arizona Coyotes winger Shane Doan scored his 379th career NHL goal during his club’s 7-5 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks. That goal tied the franchise record.
CBS SPORTS: A questionable hit by Boston Bruins winger Brad Marchand on Ottawa Senators defenseman Mark Borowiecki is being reviewed by the NHL’s department of player safety.
THE BUFFALO NEWS: A police probe into a weekend incident involving Sabres winger Evander Kane could take weeks to conclude.
PHILLY.COM: The Philadelphia Flyers placed forward Sam Gagner on waivers in order to clear sufficient cap space for defenseman Mark Streit’s return from long-term injured reserve, as well as ensure rookie blueliner Shayne Gostisbehere remains in the lineup.
STLTODAY.COM: With the Blues roster getting healthier, the club placed center Scott Gomez on waivers.
CSN BAY AREA: Sharks winger Raffi Torres might not be healthy enough to play when his 41-game suspension ends in mid-January. He’s still recovering from a recent procedure on his surgically-repaired right knee.
STARTRIBUNE.COM: The Minnesota Wild stage an outdoor practice yesterday in anticipation of their Feb. 21 Stadium Series game against the Chicago Blackhawks.