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Post by hockeygame3 » Sat Jan 22, 2022 10:20 am

Clark Gillies dies at 67, four-time Islanders Stanley Cup winner
Forward in Hockey Hall of Fame, also played for Sabres in 14 NHL seasons

Clark Gillies, who provided a physical presence and scoring touch for the New York Islanders during their dynasty of the early 1980s, died Friday. He was 67.

"The National Hockey League mourns the passing of Clark Gillies, a tower of strength on the ice for the dynastic New York Islanders of the early 1980s and a pillar of the Long Island community ever since," NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said. "Gillies helped define the term 'power forward' during a 14-season, Hall of Fame career with the Islanders and Buffalo Sabres that was highlighted by winning four straight Stanley Cups with the Islanders.

"His 319 goals and 378 assists in 958 NHL games -- and his 47 goals and 47 assists in 164 Stanley Cup Playoff games -- reflected his talent. The adoration and admiration of his teammates reflected the heart and passion he brought to our game. We send our deepest condolences to his family and his countless friends and fans."

The Islanders retired Gillies' No. 9 at Nassau Coliseum on Dec. 7, 1996. The forward was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2002.

"The entire Islanders community is devastated by the loss of Clark Gillies," Islanders general manager Lou Lamoriello said. "He epitomized what it means to be a New York Islander. The pride he felt wearing the Islanders sweater on the ice was evident by his willingness to do anything to win. Off the ice, he was just as big of a presence, always taking the time to give back to the local community. The New York Islanders have four Stanley Cups because of the sacrifices he and the members of those dynasty teams made for the franchise. On behalf of the entire organization, we send our deepest condolences to the entire Gillies family."

Gillies' death was announced by the Islanders following a 4-0 home win against the Arizona Coyotes.

"I think when you talk about Clark, Clark has a relationship with so many guys that have cut their teeth with the Islanders," New York coach Barry Trotz said. "He was bigger than life. When you thought Clark Gillies, you thought Islander. There is no doubt, there is no gray area. Charismatic, he played the right way, part of the community. Everything that you think about an Islander, being a good teammate, fantastic person, all those things.

"My heart dropped when I was told coming off the ice. He'll be missed, he really will."

Gillies was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, on April 7, 1954. He played for the Islanders from 1974-75 through 1985-86 after being selected in the first round (No. 4) of the 1974 NHL Draft.

Gillies played 872 games for New York (fifth in Islanders history) and scored 663 points (304 goals, 359 assists), fourth in their history.

Gillies was one of 17 Islanders players who won four straight Stanley Cup championships from 1980-83. He also was a member of the group that set the NHL record of 19 straight playoff series wins.

"Those guys are the foundation of kind of what the team and the organization is all about," Islanders forward Brock Nelson said. "Everybody remembers the four Cups, the runs they had, all those guys. A lot of those guys stuck around here and made this place their home, and the Island embraced them."

He scored 47 points (25 goals, 22 assists) in 80 games as a rookie, and scored at least 30 goals in each of the following four seasons.

In the second half of the 1976-77 season, his third in the NHL, Gillies replaced Ed Westfall to become the second captain in Islanders history. He held the role until the start of the 1979-80 season, when defenseman Denis Potvin took over.

"Anytime you ran into 'Clarkie', it was a wonderful experience. Great conversation," current Islanders captain Anders Lee said. "He lived and breathed Islander hockey, and my heart goes out to his family and all of his friends and the people he's touched since he's been here on the Island. It's a sad day."

Skating on the top line with Bryan Trottier and Mike Bossy, Gillies helped New York win its first of four straight championships in 1980, starting the run of winning playoff series that lasted until the 1984 Stanley Cup Final, which it lost to the Edmonton Oilers.

Despite being one of the toughest players of his time, Gillies never had 100 penalty minutes in a season; his NHL high was 99 in 1980-81, when he scored 78 points (33 goals, 45 assists). He scored an NHL career-high 38 goals the following season.

Gillies played his final two NHL seasons with the Sabres, who claimed him off waivers. He retired after the 1987-88 season.

"It's tragic, to be honest with you," Islanders forward Matt Martin said. "Clarkie's always gone out of his way to welcome players into the organization. I think he epitomizes everything that being a New York Islander is. He walks into a room, he's charismatic, he carries a room.

"I remember when I met him for the first time, I always thought, 'That's who I want to be when I grow up.' He's just an amazing human being. Very sad and unfortunate, and I speak for the whole organization when I say that my hearts and thoughts and prayers go out to the family. He's got a beautiful family and he's done so much for the community with his foundation that we've been lucky enough to be a part of over the years, and he'll forever live on inside this organization. He just represents everything being a New York Islander is."

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Post by hockeygame3 » Sat Jan 22, 2022 10:21 am

Friday, Jan 21


NYR 3, CAR 6
PIT 5, CBJ 2
DAL 5, DET 4 (OT)
ARI 0, NYI 4
MIN 5, CHI 1
FLA 2, VAN 1 (SO)
TBL 1, ANA 5
STL 5, SEA 0

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Post by hockeygame3 » Sat Jan 22, 2022 10:24 am

Crosby scores hat trick, Penguins defeat Blue Jackets
Pittsburgh wins fourth in row, 15 of 17

DeAngelo scores three points to power Hurricanes past Rangers
Has goal, two assists in first game against former team; Carolina has won three straight

Wild chase Fleury, ease past Blackhawks
Hartman scores twice, Kahkonen makes 35 saves for Minnesota

Knight, Panthers defeat Canucks in shootout, spoil Martin's NHL return
Makes 27 saves for Florida; Vancouver goalie plays first NHL game since Feb. 1, 2017

Hintz, Stars rally to defeat Red Wings in OT
Scores at 2:51 after Robertson ties it with 1:03 left in third period

Sorokin has 17-save shutout for Islanders in victory against Coyotes
Nelson scores twice, Mayfield has goal, assist for New York

Ducks defeat Lightning, stop four-game slide
Go 7-for-7 on penalty kill, end Tampa Bay winning streak at four

Husso makes 27 saves, Blues score five in shutout of Kraken
Buchnevich has goal in return for St. Louis

Marchand out at least one game for Bruins with upper-body injury
Forward leads Boston in goals, assists, points, 'will miss a little bit of time', coach says

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Post by hockeygame3 » Sat Jan 22, 2022 10:26 am

Saturday, Jan 22

Philadelphia@ Buffalo
1:00 PM ET
, MSG-B, NBCSP NHLN

Winnipeg@ Boston
3:00 PM ET
SN, TVAS, NESN

Montréal@ Colorado
7:00 PM ET
, CITY, SNE, TVAS, ALT NHLN

Carolina@ New Jersey
7:00 PM ET
MSG+, BSSO

Arizona@ NY Rangers
7:00 PM ET
MSG, BSAZ+

Ottawa@ Washington
7:00 PM ET
SN1, NBCSWA

Toronto@ NY Islanders
7:00 PM ET
CBC, SNO, SNW, SNP, MSG+ 2

Detroit@ Nashville
8:30 PM ET
BSSO, BSDET

Chicago@ Minnesota
9:00 PM ET
BSN, BSWI+, NBCSCH

Calgary@ Edmonton
10:00 PM ET
CBC, SN, CITY

Tampa Bay@ San Jose
10:30 PM ET
NBCSCA, BSSUN

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Post by hockeygame3 » Sun Jan 23, 2022 10:33 am

Saturday, Jan 22


PHI 3, BUF 6
WPG 2, BOS 3
MTL 2, COL 3 (OT)
CAR 4, NJD 7
ARI 3, NYR 7
OTT 2, WSH 3 (OT)
TOR 3, NYI 1
DET 1, NSH 4
CHI 3, MIN 4 (OT)
CGY 3, EDM 5
TBL 7, SJS 1

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Post by hockeygame3 » Sun Jan 23, 2022 10:38 am

Kreider has hat trick, assist for Rangers in win against Coyotes
Sets NHL career high, ties league lead with 29 goals

Draisaitl scores four points, Oilers top Flames to end skid at seven
Koskinen makes 44 saves for Edmonton; Calgary has lost five of six

Landeskog, Avalanche top Canadiens in OT, push home winning streak to 15
Colorado has point in 12 straight; Primeau makes 43 saves for Montreal

Capitals rally for OT win against Senators on Backstrom, Ovechkin goals
Center scores winner; wing gets two in third to reach 29 for season

Foligno gives Wild OT win, sweep of home and home with Blackhawks
Scores with 38 seconds remaining; Borgstrom has two goals for Chicago

Islanders honor Gillies' life, wear No. 9 patch in memory of team legend
Before game against Maple Leafs, team pays tribute to Hall of Fame forward who died on Friday

Colton scores twice for Lightning in victory against Sharks
Elliott makes 27 saves for Tampa Bay for first win since Dec. 5

Maple Leafs hold off Islanders for first multigoal victory since Jan. 5
Rielly has goal, assist for Toronto; New York's three-game winning streak ends

Flyers lose 11th straight, defeated by Sabres
Philadelphia 0-8-3 during skid; Krebs scores first two NHL goals for Buffalo

Duchene's three points boost Predators to win against Red Wings
Has two goals, assist; Nashville 5-for-5 on penalty kill

LaFontaine loses first start for Hurricanes, who fall to Devils
Johnsson has goal, two assists to help New Jersey end three-game losing streak

Pastrnak scores tiebreaking goal, Bruins edge Jets
Marchand, who was not expected to play, has assist for Boston; Wheeler returns for Winnipeg

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Post by hockeygame3 » Sun Jan 23, 2022 10:39 am

Sunday, Jan 23

Winnipeg@ Pittsburgh
1:00 PM ET
, ATTSN-PT, TSN3 NHLN

Ottawa@ Columbus
6:00 PM ET
TVAS, BSOH, TSN5

Los Angeles@ New Jersey
7:00 PM ET
MSG+, BSW

Florida@ Seattle
9:00 PM ET
ROOT-NW, BSFL

St. Louis@ Vancouver
10:00 PM ET
SNP, BSMW

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Post by hockeygame3 » Mon Jan 24, 2022 9:51 am

Sunday, Jan 23


WPG 2, PIT 3 (SO)
OTT 2, CBJ 1
LAK 3, NJD 2
FLA 3, SEA 5
STL 3, VAN 1

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Subban of Devils condemns 'distasteful' ECHL incident
Defenseman responds to alleged racist gesture made towards his brother

Husso makes 38 saves, Blues defeat Canucks
Goalie was making third straight start for St. Louis, which has won six of seven

Appleton has goal, assist for Kraken in win against Panthers
Breaks tie 26 seconds into third period; Huberdeau has three points for Florida

Penguins rally, defeat Jets in shootout for fifth straight victory
Kapanen, Carter score nine seconds apart in third period; Wheeler has goal, assist for Winnipeg

Yandle cites 'love for the game' in pursuit of NHL ironman record
Flyers defenseman will pass Jarvis by playing 965th consecutive regular-season game Tuesday

Grundstrom, Kings defeat Devils to end three-game losing streak
Gillies makes 34 saves, Bratt scores two goals for New Jersey

Forsberg makes 35 saves, Senators defeat Blue Jackets
Stutzle scores go-ahead goal for Ottawa, which ends three-game skid

Emergency goalie Toth backs up for Canucks in loss to Blues
25-year-old plays for University of British Columbia; Demko, Halak, Martin, Silovs in COVID-19 protocol

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Post by hockeygame3 » Mon Jan 24, 2022 9:56 am

Monday, Jan 24

Anaheim@ Boston
7:00 PM ET
NESN, BSSC, BSSD

Los Angeles@ NY Rangers
7:00 PM ET
MSG+, BSW

Dallas@ Philadelphia
7:00 PM ET
NBCSP, BSSW

Vegas@ Washington
7:00 PM ET
, TVAS, NBCSWA, ATTSN-RM NHLN

Montréal@ Minnesota
8:00 PM ET
SN, BSN, BSWI, RDS

Chicago@ Colorado
9:00 PM ET
ALT, NBCSCH+

St. Louis@ Calgary
9:00 PM ET
SN1, BSMW

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Post by hockeygame3 » Tue Jan 25, 2022 8:42 am

Monday, Jan 24


ANA 5, BOS 3
LAK 2, NYR 3 (SO)
DAL 3, PHI 1
VGK 1, WSH 0
MTL 2, MIN 8
CHI 0, COL 2
STL 1, CGY 7

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Post by hockeygame3 » Tue Jan 25, 2022 8:46 am

Yandle of Flyers ties NHL consecutive games played record at 964
Defenseman plays in loss to Stars, can pass Jarvis for mark against Islanders on Tuesday

Kreider scores 30th goal, Rangers defeat Kings in shootout
New York wins in sixth round; Quick makes 28 saves for Los Angeles

Avalanche shut out Blackhawks, extend home winning streak to 16
Francouz makes 23 saves for Colorado, which has point in 13 straight

Castonguay hired by Canucks as assistant GM
37-year-old is second woman to hold title in NHL history

Lehner makes 34 saves, Golden Knights shut out Capitals
Amadio scores only goal for Vegas in seventh straight road win

Yandle ties consecutive games mark, Flyers skid hits 12 in loss to Stars
Defenseman can set NHL record Tuesday; Dallas wins third straight

Tkachuk powers Flames to win against Blues
Forward has NHL career-high five assists; Gaudreau scores four points for Calgary

Wild score eight against Canadiens, extend point streak to seven
Dewar scores first NHL goal; Talbot leaves game after second period in return

Special teams help Ducks defeat Bruins
Anaheim scores on power play, shorthanded; Getzlaf has goal, assist

Rask's struggles with consistency continue in Bruins' loss to Ducks
Goalie 'not satisfied' after allowing five goals for second time since return from hip surgery

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Post by hockeygame3 » Tue Jan 25, 2022 8:47 am

Tuesday, Jan 25

Buffalo@ Ottawa
7:00 PM ET
TSN5, RDS, MSG-B

Dallas@ New Jersey
7:00 PM ET Greed+
,

Arizona@ Pittsburgh
7:00 PM ET
SNW, SNP, ATTSN-PT, BSAZ

Vegas@ Carolina
7:00 PM ET
TVAS, BSSO, ATTSN-RM

Philadelphia@ NY Islanders
7:30 PM ET
MSG+, NBCSP

Florida@ Winnipeg
8:00 PM ET
TSN3, BSFL

Edmonton@ Vancouver
10:00 PM ET
SN

Nashville@ Seattle
10:00 PM ET Greed+
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Post by hockeygame3 » Wed Jan 26, 2022 10:24 am

Tuesday, Jan 25


BUF 0, OTT 5
DAL 5, NJD 1
ARI 3, PIT 6
VGK 3, CAR 4 (OT)
PHI 3, NYI 4
FLA 5, WPG 3
EDM 3, VAN 2 (OT)
NSH 4, SEA 2

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Dell to have NHL Player Safety hearing for actions in Sabres game
Goalie facing discipline for interference against Senators forward Batherson

Yandle plays in 965th consecutive game to break Jarvis' NHL record
Flyers defenseman sets mark against Islanders, becomes new 'Ironman'

McDavid lifts Oilers past Canucks in OT
Scores with 24 seconds left; Martin makes 47 saves for Vancouver, denied first NHL win

Hurricanes recover, defeat Golden Knights on OT goal by Aho
Patrick has goal, assist for Vegas

Yandle sets ironman record, Flyers lose 13th in row against Islanders
Philadelphia defenseman plays 965th straight game; Parise, Barzal each has goal, assist for New York

Penguins score four in third, rally past Coyotes for sixth straight win
Crosby, Rust each has goal, two assists for Pittsburgh; Arizona has lost three in row

Saros, Duchene help Predators hold off Kraken
Goalie makes 33 saves, forward scores 20th goal for Nashville

Pavelski has two goals, two assists in Stars victory against Devils
Hintz scores in fourth straight game, Holtby makes 36 saves for Dallas

Marchment has two goals, assist for Panthers in win against Jets
Winnipeg loses fifth straight in first home game since Dec. 19

Ennis scores hat trick, Senators blank Sabres
Murray gets first shutout of season; Ottawa forward Batherson injured on hit from Buffalo goalie Dell

Power could play for Sabres this season, GM says
Adams 'getting excited' No. 1 pick in 2021 NHL Draft could sign after Olympics, NCAA playoffs

Karlsson out until at least March for Sharks after forearm surgery
Defenseman had small muscle tear repaired

Zucker out week to week for Penguins with core muscle injury
Forward has procedure after missing 10 games

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Post by hockeygame3 » Wed Jan 26, 2022 10:30 am

Wednesday, Jan 26

Anaheim@ Toronto
7:00 PM ET
SN360, SNE, SNO, SNP, TVAS, BSW

San Jose@ Washington
7:00 PM ET
NBCSWA, NBCSCA

Calgary@ Columbus
7:00 PM ET
SNW, BSOH

Chicago@ Detroit
7:30 PM ET TNT


Boston@ Colorado
10:00 PM ET
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Post by 2pigpen » Wed Jan 26, 2022 11:47 am

hockeygame3 wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 10:29 am
Dell to have NHL Player Safety hearing for actions in Sabres game
Goalie facing discipline for interference against Senators forward Batherson



:-k
2 minutes for interference - unfortunate that the guy hurt his ankle
no suspension merited
Billy Smith lives on

HOWEVER
as far as the refs are concerned moving forward
if he leaves the crease - he gets NO PROTECTION
the players can police themselves and maybe it's time for someone to RUN HIM
and let the chips fall where they may...
Hey - If I were driving to the net I wouldn't turn my skates to avoid him anymore

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Post by hockeygame3 » Wed Jan 26, 2022 1:40 pm

2pigpen wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 11:47 am
hockeygame3 wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 10:29 am
Dell to have NHL Player Safety hearing for actions in Sabres game
Goalie facing discipline for interference against Senators forward Batherson



:-k
2 minutes for interference - unfortunate that the guy hurt his ankle
no suspension merited
Billy Smith lives on

HOWEVER
as far as the refs are concerned moving forward
if he leaves the crease - he gets NO PROTECTION
the players can police themselves and maybe it's time for someone to RUN HIM
and let the chips fall where they may...
Hey - If I were driving to the net I wouldn't turn my skates to avoid him anymore

oops
That is a flat-out dirty play... 3 games

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Post by 2pigpen » Wed Jan 26, 2022 1:58 pm

hockeygame3 wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 1:40 pm


That is a flat-out dirty play... 3 games
yes it's dirty
he puts his elbow out for contact
but 3 games for a goalie is like 5 games for a starting pitcher
means nothing

the players know who he is and they will handle it

maybe even a good ole' fashioned


Dan Cloutier vs Tommy Salo :mrgreen: ;-)
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Post by hockeygame3 » Wed Jan 26, 2022 2:10 pm

2pigpen wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 1:58 pm
hockeygame3 wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 1:40 pm


That is a flat-out dirty play... 3 games
yes it's dirty
he puts his elbow out for contact
but 3 games for a goalie is like 5 games for a starting pitcher
means nothing

the players know who he is and they will handle it

maybe even a good ole' fashioned


Dan Cloutier vs Tommy Salo :mrgreen: ;-)
He knows it's coming ... may take a while :-

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