NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – November 11, 2017

by | Nov 11, 2017 | News, NHL | 1 comment

Game recaps, including milestone nights for Roberto Luongo, Braden Holtby and Patrick Marleau, in your NHL morning coffee headlines. 

NHL.COM: Mark Stone scored twice, including in overtime, as the Ottawa Senators edged the Colorado Avalanche 4-3 in the first game of their two-game 2017 SAP NHL Global Series at the Ericsson Globe in Stockholm, Sweden. Sens captain Erik Karlsson had two assists, while Alexander Kerfoot had a goal and an assist for the Avs. 

SPECTOR’S NOTE: It was also Matt Duchene’s first game since he was dealt by the Avs to the Senators earlier in the week. He was held scoreless in the game. 

Roberto Luongo picked up his 455th career victory backstopping the Florida Panthers to a 4-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres. He moved past Curtis Joseph into fourth on the all-time wins list. Jonathan Huberdeau collected three assists for the Panthers. 

Braden Holtby became the second-fastest goalie in NHL history to reach 200 wins as the Washington Capitals downed the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1. John Carlson had a goal and an assists for the Caps. 

James van Riemsdyk scored twice and Patrick Marleau collected his 101st career game-winning goal to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins. 

William Karlsson scored twice while David Perron and Luca Sbisa each had a goal and an assists to give the Vegas Golden Knights a 5-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets. 

John Klingberg had a goal and two assists as the Dallas Stars shut out the New York Islanders 5-0. 

Jordan Staal scored twice and Teuvo Teravainen picked up two assists as the Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-1. 

The Edmonton Oilers have called up right wing Jesse Puljujarvi. 

MONTREAL GAZETTE: With goaltenders Carey Price and Al Montoya sidelined, the Canadiens called up Zach Fucale. 

HOCKEY.PRAVDA.SK: Former Canadiens forward Martin Reway is hoping to restart his playing career by siging with HC Slovan Bratislava. A heart condition derailed his NHL dreams. 

THE NEWS & OBSERVER: Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos Jr. is among the major league team owners mentioned in the Paradise Papers as benefiting from offshore tax havens.


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  1. Karmanos, the Montreal Canadiens, Peter Bronfman, our Finance Minister – must be nice to be a billionaire and have way to hide your “excess” cash from the tax man.