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NHL-Highlights of Wednesday's NHL games

Feb 15 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of National Hockey League games on Wednesday: Panthers 6, Sharks 5 (overtime) Jonathan Huberdeau scored 1:38 into overtime to give the Florida Panthers a wild 6-5 win over the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday night. Huberdeau scored his third goal of the season to give Florida its fifth win in six games while San Jose lost for the fifth time in six tries. James Reimer entered and stopped both shots he faced after Luongo made 29 saves. Aleksander Barkov and Nick Bjugstad each scored twice for Florida. ...

NHL standings

Feb 16 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NHL on Wednesday WESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. Minnesota 37 13 6 187 130 80 2. Chicago 35 17 5 166 147 75 3. St. Louis 30 22 5 163 165 65 4. Nashville 27 21 8 158 151 62 5. Winnipeg 26 29 4 171 187 56 6. Dallas 22 26 10 160 187 54 7. Colorado 15 37 2 109 184 32 PACIFIC DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. San Jose 34 18 6 161 141 74 2. Anaheim 30 18 10 152 147 70 3. Edmonton 30 19 8 162 148 68 4. Calgary 29 26 3 152 165 61 5. Los Angeles 28 23 4 138 136 60 6. Vancouver 25 26 6 135 164 56 7. ...

NHL results

Feb 16 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Wednesday (home team in CAPS) St. Louis 2 DETROIT 0 COLUMBUS 5 Toronto 2

Detroit
Detroit's Nyquist gets six-game high sticking ban

Detroit Red Wings right wing Gustav Nyquist was suspended for six games by the National Hockey League on Wednesday for a high-sticking incident in a game Sunday at Minnesota. The 27-year-old Swede, who has helped Detroit reach the Stanley Cup playoffs for the past five seasons, will forfeit $158,333 in salary after spearing Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon in the face with his stick. Nyquist will not be eligible to return until the Red Wings play the Edmonton Oilers on March 4.

NHL-National Hockey League roundup

Feb 15 (The Sports Xchange) - The Washington Capitals acquired defenseman Tom Gilbert from the Los Angeles Kings for future considerations. Gilbert, 34, will report to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League. Gilbert recorded five points (one goal, four assists) in 18 games with the Kings this season. - - The Los Angeles Kings recalled forward Adrian Kempe and defenseman Paul LaDue from the Ontario Reign of the American Hockey League. Kempe, 20, has 19 points (11 goals, eight assists) and 38 penalty minutes in 43 games during his second season with Ontario. ...

Vermette facing lengthy ban after slashing at official
Vermette facing lengthy ban after slashing at official

(Reuters) - Anaheim Ducks forward Antoine Vermette can expect to face a lengthy ban after he was ejected from Tuesday's game against the Minnesota Wild for slashing at linesman Shandor Alphonso. The incident occurred with 12:27 to play in the third period of the road game when Vermette swung his stick at Alphonso and made contact with the official's leg after losing a faceoff. Vermette was given a game misconduct and the Ducks are bracing for further action from the NHL.

NHL-Vermette facing lengthy ban after slashing at official

Anaheim Ducks forward Antoine Vermette can expect to face a lengthy ban after he was ejected from Tuesday's game against the Minnesota Wild for slashing at linesman Shandor Alphonso. The incident occurred with 12:27 to play in the third period of the road game when Vermette swung his stick at Alphonso and made contact with the official's leg after losing a faceoff. Vermette was given a game misconduct and the Ducks are bracing for further action from the NHL.

NHL-Highlights from Tuesday's NHL games

Feb 14 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights from National Hockey League games on Tuesday: Ducks 1, Wild 0 John Gibson stopped 37 shots and Joseph Cramarossa scored as the Anaheim Ducks shut out the Minnesota Wild. Minnesota peppered the Anaheim net in all three periods, but were shut out at home for the second time this season. Gibson recorded his fourth shutout of the season while the Wild's Devan Dubnyk made 22 saves. Minnesota fell behind early and were frustrated by Gibson throughout. ...

NHL standings

Feb 15 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NHL on Tuesday WESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. Minnesota 37 13 6 187 130 80 2. Chicago 35 17 5 166 147 75 3. St. Louis 29 22 5 161 165 63 4. Nashville 27 21 8 158 151 62 5. Winnipeg 26 29 4 171 187 56 6. Dallas 22 26 10 160 187 54 7. Colorado 15 37 2 109 184 32 PACIFIC DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. San Jose 34 18 5 156 135 73 2. Anaheim 30 18 10 152 147 70 3. Edmonton 30 19 8 162 148 68 4. Los Angeles 28 23 4 138 136 60 5. Calgary 28 26 3 149 164 59 6. Vancouver 25 26 6 135 164 56 7. ...

NHL results

Feb 15 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Tuesday (home team in CAPS) EDMONTON 5 Arizona 2 WINNIPEG 5 Dallas 2 Anaheim 1 MINNESOTA 0 TORONTO 7 NY Islanders 1 Buffalo 3 OTTAWA 2 NEW JERSEY 3 Colorado 2 PITTSBURGH 4 Vancouver 0

NHL-National Hockey League roundup

Former Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien was out of work for a week. Fired by the Bruins on Feb. 7, Julien was hired by Montreal (31-19-8) on Tuesday after the Canadiens fired Michel Therrien. The move sent shock waves through the NHL.

Canadiens fire Therrien, name Julien as new head coach
Canadiens fire Therrien, name Julien as new head coach

(Reuters) - The Montreal Canadiens have fired head coach Michel Therrien and hired Claude Julien as his replacement, the National Hockey League team said on Tuesday. Julien, who was fired as coach of the Boston Bruins last week, takes over a Montreal team that have seen their lead in the Atlantic Division diminish after a slow start to 2017.

NHL-Canadiens fire Therrien, name Julien as new head coach

* Julien entering second tour of duty as Canadiens coach * Montreal have lost six of their last seven games (Adds detail, quotes) Feb 14 (Reuters) - The Montreal Canadiens have fired head coach Michel Therrien and hired Claude Julien as his replacement, the National Hockey League team said on Tuesday. Julien, who was fired as coach of the Boston Bruins last week, takes over a Montreal team that have seen their lead in the Atlantic Division diminish after a slow start to 2017.

NHL-Canadiens fire Therrien, name Julien as new head coach

The Montreal Canadiens have fired head coach Michel Therrien and hired Claude Julien as his replacement, the National Hockey League team said on Tuesday. Julien, who was fired as coach of the Boston Bruins last week, takes over a Montreal team that have seen their lead in the Atlantic Division diminish after a slow start to 2017.

Julien named new Canadiens head coach
Julien named new Canadiens head coach

The Montreal Canadiens named Claude Julien as the team's new head coach on Tuesday following the dismissal of Michel Therrien. Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin said Julien had been appointed to bring a "new energy, a new voice, a new direction" to the franchise. "Claude Julien is an experienced and well respected coach with a good knowledge of the Montreal market," Bergevin said in a statement.

NHL-Highlights of Monday's NHL games

Feb 13 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of National Hockey League games on Monday: Coyotes 5, Flames 0 Christian Dvorak scored twice and goalie Mike Smith had a 36-save shutout as the Arizona Coyotes dumped the Calgary Flames 5-0. Martin Hanzal, Jordan Martinook and Ryan White also scored for the Coyotes (19-28-7), who have won two straight and three of four. Dvorak added an assist on White's goal for a three-point night. Smith picked up his second shutout of the season and 32nd of his 11-year career. ...

NHL standings

Feb 14 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NHL on Monday WESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. Minnesota 37 12 6 187 129 80 2. Chicago 35 17 5 166 147 75 3. St. Louis 29 22 5 161 165 63 4. Nashville 27 21 8 158 151 62 5. Dallas 22 25 10 158 182 54 6. Winnipeg 25 29 4 166 185 54 7. Colorado 15 36 2 107 181 32 PACIFIC DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. San Jose 34 18 5 156 135 73 2. Anaheim 29 18 10 151 147 68 3. Edmonton 29 19 8 157 146 66 4. Los Angeles 28 23 4 138 136 60 5. Calgary 28 26 3 149 164 59 6. Vancouver 25 25 6 135 160 56 7. ...

NHL results

Feb 14 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Monday (home team in CAPS) Arizona 5 CALGARY 0 NY Rangers 3 COLUMBUS 2

NHL-Highlights of Sunday's NHL games

Highlights of Sunday's National Hockey League games: Bruins 4, Canadiens 0 Tuukka Rask made 25 saves for the first home regular-season win of his career against Montreal, as Boston recorded the win at TD Garden. Rask, who came in 0-9-3 at home against the rival Canadiens, pitched his sixth shutout of the season and the 36th of his career as his team beat Montreal in Boston for the first time since Jan. 12, 2012.

NHL standings

Feb 13 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NHL on Sunday WESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. Minnesota 37 12 6 187 129 80 2. Chicago 35 17 5 166 147 75 3. St. Louis 29 22 5 161 165 63 4. Nashville 27 21 8 158 151 62 5. Dallas 22 25 10 158 182 54 6. Winnipeg 25 29 4 166 185 54 7. Colorado 15 36 2 107 181 32 PACIFIC DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. San Jose 34 18 5 156 135 73 2. Anaheim 29 18 10 151 147 68 3. Edmonton 29 19 8 157 146 66 4. Los Angeles 28 23 4 138 136 60 5. Calgary 28 25 3 149 159 59 6. Vancouver 25 25 6 135 160 56 7. ...

NHL results

Feb 13 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Sunday (home team in CAPS) BOSTON 4 Montreal 0 Vancouver 4 BUFFALO 2 NASHVILLE 5 Dallas 3 NY ISLANDERS 5 Colorado 1 MINNESOTA 6 Detroit 3 San Jose 4 NEW JERSEY 1

NHL results

Feb 12 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Sunday (home team in CAPS) MINNESOTA 6 Detroit 3 San Jose 4 NEW JERSEY 1

NHL-National Hockey League roundup

Feb 12 (The Sports Xchange) - The Chicago Blackhawks activated defenseman Michal Rozsival from injured reserve on Sunday. Rozsival, 38, recorded one assist in 14 games this season prior to being placed on IR Jan. 29 (retroactive to Jan. 25) with a lower-body injury. He owns three goals and 44 assists in 199 games with the Blackhawks over the past five seasons. The Blackhawks also reassigned defenseman Gustav Forsling and forwards Vinnie Hinostroza, Tanner Kero and Nick Schmaltz to the American Hockey League's Rockford IceHogs. ...

NHL standings

Feb 12 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NHL on Saturday WESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. Minnesota 36 12 6 181 126 78 2. Chicago 35 17 5 166 147 75 3. St. Louis 29 22 5 161 165 63 4. Nashville 26 21 8 153 148 60 5. Dallas 22 24 10 155 177 54 6. Winnipeg 25 29 4 166 185 54 7. Colorado 15 35 2 106 176 32 PACIFIC DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. San Jose 33 18 5 152 134 71 2. Anaheim 29 18 10 151 147 68 3. Edmonton 29 19 8 157 146 66 4. Los Angeles 28 23 4 138 136 60 5. Calgary 28 25 3 149 159 59 6. Vancouver 24 25 6 131 158 54 7. ...

Rangers
Rangers's Lundqvist makes history with 400th NHL win

The New York Rangers's Henrik Lundqvist became the first European-born goalie to win 400 career NHL games on Saturday as his team rallied for a 4-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche. Sweden's Lundqvist made 32 saves and Kevin Klein scored twice as the Rangers stretched their winning streak to five consecutive games. Fans at Madison Square Garden were on their feet in the closing minute cheering Lundqvist, who became just the third goalie in league history to win 400 games with one franchise.

NHL results

Feb 12 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Saturday (home team in CAPS) WASHINGTON 6 Anaheim 4 NY RANGERS 4 Colorado 2 Tampa Bay 4 WINNIPEG 1 St. Louis 4 MONTREAL 2 Buffalo 3 TORONTO 1 COLUMBUS 2 Detroit 1 Florida 7 NASHVILLE 4 DALLAS 5 Carolina 2 PHILADELPHIA 2 San Jose 1 (OT) BOSTON 4 Vancouver

NHL-Highlights of Saturday's NHL games

Highlights of Saturday's National Hockey League games: Bruins 4, Canucks 3 David Pastrnak scored a spectacular goal with two minutes left, giving the Boston Bruins a 4-3 victory over the Vancouver Canucks, a second straight win for interim coach Bruce Cassidy. Pastrnak took a long pass from David Krejci, went 1-on-1 with defenseman Christopher Tanev, stopped, drew the puck back and beat Ryan Miller for his 25th goal of the season.

NHL results

Feb 11 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Saturday (home team in CAPS) Florida 7 NASHVILLE 4 DALLAS 5 Carolina 2 PHILADELPHIA 2 San Jose 1 (OT) BOSTON 4 Vancouver 3 OTTAWA 3 NY Islanders 0

NHL-Highlights of Friday's NHL games

Wild 2, Lightning 1 (shootout) The Minnesota Wild are all but a lock for the playoffs, while the Tampa Bay Lightning are a long shot currently. Wild captain Mikko Koivu scored the only goal in the shootout, as Minnesota overcame a stiff challenge by the Lighting, winning 2-1. Blackhawks 5, Jets 2 Brent Seabrook has been an elite defenseman in the NHL for more than a decade but it was his goaltending skills that were front and center as the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Winnipeg Jets 5-2 on Friday at the MTS Centre.

Olympics: Data firm expects Norway to top 2018 Winter Games table

Norway is expected to return to the top of the medals table for the first time in 16 years at the 2018 Winter Olympics, while host country South Korea is set to tie its record gold medal haul with six titles, sports data firm Gracenote has projected. California-based Gracenote Sports put Germany second in its 'Virtual Medal Table" for the Games, scheduled for Feb. 9-25 next year in the South Korean alpine town of Pyeongchang, ahead of the United States in third. The data analysis firm forecast Norway to win 15 golds and 40 medals in total, which would both be record tallies.

Olympics-Data firm expects Norway to top 2018 Winter Games table

Norway is expected to return to the top of the medals table for the first time in 16 years at the 2018 Winter Olympics, while host country South Korea is set to tie its record gold medal haul with six titles, sports data firm Gracenote has projected. California-based Gracenote Sports put Germany second in its 'Virtual Medal Table" for the Games, scheduled for Feb. 9-25 next year in the South Korean alpine town of Pyeongchang, ahead of the United States in third. The data analysis firm forecast Norway to win 15 golds and 40 medals in total, which would both be record tallies.

NHL standings

Feb 11 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NHL on Friday WESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. Minnesota 36 12 6 181 126 78 2. Chicago 34 17 5 161 146 73 3. St. Louis 28 22 5 157 163 61 4. Nashville 26 20 8 149 141 60 5. Winnipeg 25 28 4 165 181 54 6. Dallas 21 24 10 150 175 52 7. Colorado 15 34 2 104 172 32 PACIFIC DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. San Jose 33 18 4 151 132 70 2. Anaheim 29 17 10 147 141 68 3. Edmonton 29 18 8 156 141 66 4. Los Angeles 28 23 4 138 136 60 5. Calgary 28 25 3 149 159 59 6. Vancouver 24 24 6 128 154 54 7. ...

NHL results

Feb 11 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Friday (home team in CAPS) MINNESOTA 2 Tampa Bay 1 (SO) Chicago 5 WINNIPEG 2

People-Detroit Tigers and Red Wings owner Ilitch dead at 87

* Red Wings won four Stanley Cups under his ownership * Transformed Tigers into successful franchise (Adds detail, reaction) Feb 10 (Reuters) - American entrepreneur and Hockey Hall of Famer Mike Ilitch, owner of the Detroit Tigers and Red Wings, died on Friday at the age of 87, his company announced in a statement. Ilitch, a first generation American of Macedonian descent who founded international fast food franchise Little Caesars Pizza, had owned the Tigers since 1992 and the Red Wings since 1982. "My father was a once-in-a-generation entrepreneur, visionary and leader, setting the tone for our organization and our family," Christopher Ilitch, president and CEO of Ilitch Holdings, said...

People-Tigers and Red Wings owner Ilitch dead at 87

American entrepreneur Mike Ilitch, owner of the Detroit Tigers and Red Wings, died on Friday at the age of 87, his company announced in a statement. Ilitch, a first generation American of Macedonian descent who founded international fast food franchise Little Caesars Pizza, had owned the Tigers Major League Baseball team since 1992 and the Red Wings National Hockey League franchise since 1982. "My father was a once-in-a-generation entrepreneur, visionary and leader, setting the tone for our organization and our family," Christopher Ilitch, president and CEO of Ilitch Holdings, said in a statement.

NHL standings

Feb 10 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NHL on Thursday WESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. Minnesota 35 12 6 179 125 76 2. Chicago 33 17 5 156 144 71 3. St. Louis 28 22 5 157 163 61 4. Nashville 26 20 8 149 141 60 5. Winnipeg 25 27 4 163 176 54 6. Dallas 21 24 10 150 175 52 7. Colorado 15 34 2 104 172 32 PACIFIC DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. San Jose 33 18 4 151 132 70 2. Anaheim 29 17 10 147 141 68 3. Edmonton 29 18 8 156 141 66 4. Los Angeles 28 23 4 138 136 60 5. Calgary 28 25 3 149 159 59 6. Vancouver 24 24 6 128 154 54 7. ...

NHL-Highlights of Thursday's NHL games

Feb 9 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of National Hockey League games on Thursday: Penguins 4, Avalanche 1 Patric Hornqvist scored two goals and Matt Murray had 27 saves as Pittsburgh beat Colorado. Phil Kessel had a goal and an assist, Chris Kunitz scored into an empty net and Justin Schultz and Matt Cullen had two assists apiece for the Penguins. Gabriel Landeskog had a goal and Calvin Pickard stopped 26 shots for the Avalanche. ...

NHL results

Feb 10 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Thursday (home team in CAPS) St. Louis 2 TORONTO 1 (OT) OTTAWA 3 Dallas 2 Los Angeles 6 FLORIDA 3 NY Islanders 3 PHILADELPHIA 1 WASHINGTON 6 Detroit 3 Anaheim 5 BUFFALO 2 Vancouver 3 COLUMBUS 0 BOSTON 6 San Jose 3 NY RANGERS 4 Nashville 3

NHL standings

Feb 9 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NHL on Wednesday WESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. Minnesota 35 12 6 179 125 76 2. Chicago 33 17 5 156 144 71 3. Nashville 26 19 8 146 137 60 4. St. Louis 27 22 5 155 162 59 5. Winnipeg 25 27 4 163 176 54 6. Dallas 21 23 10 148 172 52 7. Colorado 15 33 2 103 168 32 PACIFIC DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. San Jose 33 17 4 148 126 70 2. Anaheim 28 17 10 142 139 66 3. Edmonton 29 18 8 156 141 66 4. Calgary 28 25 3 149 159 59 5. Los Angeles 27 23 4 132 133 58 6. Vancouver 23 24 6 125 154 52 7. ...

NHL-Highlights from Wednesday's NHL game

Highlights from National Hockey League game on Wednesday: Blackhawks 4, Wild 3 (OT) Jonathan Toews scored at 3:09 of overtime as the Chicago Blackhawks snapped an eight-game regular-season losing streak against the Minnesota Wild with a 4-3 victory. Toews, who added two assists, tapped home a rebound between Minnesota goaltender Darcy Kuemper's legs to send Chicago to its third straight win. Ryan Hartman, Nick Schmaltz and Richard Panik also scored for the Blackhawks, who got 35 saves from goaltender Corey Crawford.

NHL result

Feb 9 (Gracenote) - Result from the NHL match between Minnesota and Chicago on Wednesday (home team in CAPS) Chicago 4 MINNESOTA 3 (OT)

Hockey stars could miss 2018 Games as NHL owners fume
Hockey stars could miss 2018 Games as NHL owners fume

The world's best ice hockey players may be missing from the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics thanks to a money dispute that has National Hockey League team owners rethinking their usual mid-season shutdown. Since the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics, the NHL has halted its campaign so top talent can compete for gold with national teams, producing some of the sport's most electric moments. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) triggered the impasse by refusing to keep paying for NHL player insurance and travel costs, which added up to about $14 million for the 2014 Sochi Games.

NHL-Highlights from Tuesday's NHL games

Feb 7 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights from National Hockey League games on Tuesday: Rangers 4, Ducks 1 Henrik Lundqvist stopped 43 shots as New York defeated Anaheim at Madison Square Garden. Oscar Lindberg and Mats Zuccarello scored in the first and second period, respectively, and Michael Grabner's 24th goal early in the third period providded the Rangers with breathing room and his 25th into an empty net with 18.5 seconds remaining sealed the win. Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg scored a second period goal. ...

NHL standings

Feb 8 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NHL on Tuesday WESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. Minnesota 35 12 5 176 121 75 2. Chicago 32 17 5 152 141 69 3. Nashville 26 19 8 146 137 60 4. St. Louis 27 22 5 155 162 59 5. Winnipeg 25 27 4 163 176 54 6. Dallas 21 23 10 148 172 52 7. Colorado 15 33 2 103 168 32 PACIFIC DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. San Jose 33 17 4 148 126 70 2. Anaheim 28 17 10 142 139 66 3. Edmonton 29 18 8 156 141 66 4. Calgary 28 25 3 149 159 59 5. Los Angeles 27 23 4 132 133 58 6. Vancouver 23 24 6 125 154 52 7. ...

NHL results

Feb 8 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Tuesday (home team in CAPS) NASHVILLE 4 Vancouver 2 Minnesota 4 WINNIPEG 2 St. Louis 6 OTTAWA 0 Columbus 3 DETROIT 2 (OT) TAMPA BAY 5 Los Angeles 0 TORONTO 3 Dallas 1 Calgary 3 PITTSBURGH 2 (SO) BUFFALO 5 San Jose 4 (OT) WASHINGTON 5 Carolina 0 NY RANGERS

Bruins fire Julien after 10 years as coach
Bruins fire Julien after 10 years as coach

Claude Julien was fired on Tuesday as coach of the National Hockey League's Boston Bruins after nearly 10 years in the job, including a Stanley Cup championship campaign in 2011. Julien had been the NHL's longest-serving coach and was the Bruins' all-time leader in coaching victories with 419, but not even memories of Boston's first NHL crown in 39 years were enough to save him.

Canadian police stop man clearing snowy street with Zamboni

Police stopped a "well-intentioned" man on Vancouver Island on Monday night after he tried to clear a snowed-in neighborhood street with a Zamboni, a vehicle for cleaning the ice and a fixture in arenas across hockey-mad Canada. Central Saanich police spokesman Dan Cottingham said on Tuesday the man told them he had bought the machine second-hand to drive around and spread fertilizer on his farm just outside British Columbia's provincial capital, Victoria. "I think he had good intentions and just because of the height of the snow he thought he would go out and help," Cottingham said.

NHL-Highlights of Monday's NHL games

Highlights of National Hockey League games on Monday: Blues 2, Flyers 0 Goaltender Carter Hutton stopped all 26 shots he faced and received goals from forwards Paul Stastny and Kenny Agostino to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 2-0 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday night at the Wells Fargo Center. Hutton's shutout was his third of the season as the Blues won for the second time in three games after Yeo replaced Ken Hitchcock on Feb. 1 after a 1-5-0 stretch.

NHL standings

Feb 7 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NHL on Monday WESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. Minnesota 34 12 5 172 119 73 2. Chicago 32 17 5 152 141 69 3. Nashville 25 19 8 142 135 58 4. St. Louis 26 22 5 149 162 57 5. Winnipeg 25 26 4 161 172 54 6. Dallas 21 22 10 147 169 52 7. Colorado 14 33 2 99 168 30 PACIFIC DIVISION W L OTL GF GA PTS 1. San Jose 33 17 3 144 121 69 2. Anaheim 28 16 10 141 135 66 3. Edmonton 29 18 8 156 141 66 4. Los Angeles 27 22 4 132 128 58 5. Calgary 27 25 3 146 157 57 6. Vancouver 23 23 6 123 150 52 7. ...

NHL results

Feb 7 (Gracenote) - Results from the NHL games on Monday (home team in CAPS) NEW JERSEY 2 Buffalo 1 NY ISLANDERS 6 Toronto 5 (OT) St. Louis 2 PHILADELPHIA 0

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