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Post by hockeygame3 » Fri Oct 22, 2021 9:31 am

Friday, Oct 22

San Jose@ Toronto
6:00 PM ET
TSN4, NBCSCA

Boston@ Buffalo
7:00 PM ET
, HULU

Los Angeles@ Dallas
8:30 PM ET
, HULU

Edmonton@ Vegas
10:00 PM ET
SN360, SN1, ATTSN-RM

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Post by hockeygame3 » Fri Oct 22, 2021 9:35 am

Sharks stay undefeated, spoil Tkachuk's season debut for Senators
Reimer makes 30 saves in San Jose's third straight win; forward has assist for Ottawa

Kotkaniemi, Hurricanes deny Canadiens first win, remain undefeated
Forward scores in first game against former team; Aho has two goals, assist

McDavid passes 200 NHL goals for Oilers in win against Coyotes
Scores twice to take League lead, Edmonton stays undefeated

Bobrovsky gets 300th NHL win, Panthers top Avalanche
Makes 30 saves to become third Russian goalie to reach milestone

Laine scores in OT, Blue Jackets defeat Islanders
Forward wins it at 1:49; Bjorkstrand has three assists

Vanecek, Capitals hand Devils first loss; Ovechkin extends point streak
Makes 25 saves; forward has two assists

Markstrom, Flames shut out Red Wings for first win
Makes 33 saves; Lindholm scores in third straight game for Calgary

Lafreniere propels Rangers past Predators for third straight win
Forward breaks tie with 9:17 left, has assist; Tomasino scores first NHL goal

Hellebuyck makes 38 saves, Jets defeat Ducks for first win
Connor has two goals, assist for Winnipeg; Terry scores for Anaheim

Kraken say first home game will be 'special moment'
Host Canucks at Climate Pledge Arena on Saturday following season-opening road trip

Demko makes 29 saves, Canucks deny Blackhawks first win
Garland has goal, assist; Chicago 0-4-1 through five games

Hughes placed on injured reserve by Devils with dislocated left shoulder
Center to be reevaluated in one week, will not need surgery

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Post by 2pigpen » Fri Oct 22, 2021 1:01 pm

anyone kicking the tires on Vitaly Kravtsov?

the advice he's following isn't sound
had he reported to the AHL he would already be back in the show (Kakko - shoulder)
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2pigpen wrote:
Fri Oct 22, 2021 1:01 pm
anyone kicking the tires on Vitaly Kravtsov?

the advice he's following isn't sound
had he reported to the AHL he would already be back in the show (Kakko - shoulder)
https://nypost.com/2021/10/20/vitali-kr ... happiness/

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Post by hockeygame3 » Sat Oct 23, 2021 9:54 am

Friday, Oct 22

SJS 5, TOR 3
BOS 4, BUF 1
LAK 2, DAL 3 (OT)
EDM 5, VGK 3

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Post by hockeygame3 » Sat Oct 23, 2021 9:56 am

Saturday, Oct 23

NY Rangers@ Ottawa
1:00 PM ET
TSN5, RDS, MSG

Calgary@ Washington
1:00 PM ET
, NBCSWA, SNW NHLN

Anaheim@ Minnesota
6:00 PM ET
BSN, BSWI+, BSSC, BSSD

Nashville@ Winnipeg
7:00 PM ET
SN360, CITY, BSSO

Detroit@ Montréal
7:00 PM ET
CITY, TVAS, BSDET

Colorado@ Tampa Bay
7:00 PM ET
BSSUN, ALT

Buffalo@ New Jersey
7:00 PM ET
MSG, MSG-B

Florida@ Philadelphia
7:00 PM ET
NBCSP, BSFL

Toronto@ Pittsburgh
7:00 PM ET
, CBC, ATTSN-PT NHLN

Carolina@ Columbus
7:00 PM ET
BSOH, BSSO

Los Angeles@ St. Louis
8:00 PM ET
BSMW, BSW

NY Islanders@ Arizona
9:00 PM ET
BSAZ+, MSG+

Vancouver@ Seattle
10:00 PM ET
, HULU, CBC, CITY, TVAS2

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Post by hockeygame3 » Sat Oct 23, 2021 9:58 am

Sharks defeat Maple Leafs, win streak at four to start season
Couture has two goals, assist; Dahlen scores third

Koskinen, Oilers defeat Golden Knights for fifth straight win
Makes 36 saves, McDavid pushes multipoint streak to five for Edmonton

Ullmark, Bruins send Sabres to first loss
Makes 35 saves against former team, Coyle scores three points for Boston

Gurianov, Stars rally to defeat Kings in OT; Doughty injured
Wins it with 45 seconds left; Los Angeles defenseman leaves in second period

Crosby has no target date for Penguins return following wrist surgery
Taking face-offs, having contact without pain 'will be a big step,' Pittsburgh captain says

Kraken arena officially opens with ribbon-cutting ceremony
Seattle expansion team set to 'make a little history' with first home game against Canucks

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Post by hockeygame3 » Tue Oct 26, 2021 8:53 am

Sunday, Oct 24


SJS 3, BOS 4
NSH 5, MIN 2
DET 6, CHI 3
NYI 2, VGK 0

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Post by hockeygame3 » Tue Oct 26, 2021 8:54 am

Monday, Oct 25


TBL 1, BUF 5
WSH 7, OTT 5
ARI 3, FLA 5
CGY 5, NYR 1
TOR 1, CAR 4
DAL 1, CBJ 4
LAK 0, STL 3

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Tuesday, Oct 26

Calgary@ New Jersey
7:00 PM ET
SN1, MSG+

Tampa Bay@ Pittsburgh
7:00 PM ET
TVAS, ATTSN-PT, BSSUN

Vegas@ Colorado
8:00 PM ET ESPN


San Jose@ Nashville
8:30 PM ET
, HULU

Minnesota@ Vancouver
10:00 PM ET
SN1, BSN, BSWI

Winnipeg@ Anaheim
10:00 PM ET
BSSC, BSSD, TSN3

Montréal@ Seattle
10:00 PM ET
ROOT-NW, TSN2, RDS

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Post by hockeygame3 » Tue Oct 26, 2021 5:12 pm

Stan Bowman’s time with the Chicago Blackhawks is over.

The team announced their general manager and president had stepped down on Tuesday in the wake of an independent investigation into allegations that a then-assistant coach sexually assaulted two players in 2010.

The report, called "disturbing and difficult to read" by CEO Danny Wirtz, has been handed over to the NHL. The team has since made the full report available on its website. (Note: The contents of the report contain descriptions of sexual assault that some may find disturbing to read.)

Kyle Davidson will serve as interim GM.

Wirtz also announced that no member of the team's senior management in 2010 will be with the organization any longer.

Danny Wirtz says no executive involved with 2010 will be with the organization any longer.

— Scott Powers (@ByScottPowers) October 26, 2021
Later on Tuesday, Bowman released a statement.

"Eleven years ago, while serving in my first year as general manager, I was made aware of potential inappropriate behavior by a then-video coach involving a player," Bowman said. "I promptly reported the matter to the then-President and CEO who committed to handling the matter. I learned this year that the inappropriate behavior involved a serious allegation of sexual assault. I relied on the direction of my superior that he would take appropriate action. Looking back, now knowing he did not handle the matter promptly, I regret assuming he would do so."

Bowman, 48, had been with the club for two decades and was promoted to GM in 2009. The son of Hockey Hall of Famer Scotty Bowman, the younger Bowman helped lead the Blackhawks to three Stanley Cup victories over a six-year period from 2010 to 2015. The Montreal native was promoted to president of hockey operations last December upon the firing of John McDonough, the president Bowman alluded to in his statement.

The investigation into the allegations began in August led by former federal prosecutor Reid Schar in conjunction with Jenner & Block LLP.

The allegations surrounded the conduct of former trainer Bradley Aldrich, who in separate lawsuits, was alleged to have committed the sexual assault of a player during the team’s 2010 Stanley Cup run and, later, the sexual assault of a high school student in Michigan.

Schar's investigation found that Aldrich's alleged assault of the player, called John Doe in the investigation, was known by management including then McDonough, senior vice president Al MacIsaac, Bowman, executive Jay Bunk, assistant GM Kevin Cheveldayoff and head coach Joel Quenneville.

Schar said John McDonough, Al MacIsaac, Stan Bowman, Jay Blunk, Kevin Cheveldayoff, Joel Quenneville and James Gary met to discuss what happened with John Doe.

— Scott Powers (@ByScottPowers) October 26, 2021
Aldrich went on to make an advance towards a Blackhawks employee after the organization had been aware of Doe's allegations.

Schar says Aldrich made an unwanted sexual advance on a Blackhawks intern after the organization had been informed of what happened with John Doe.

— Scott Powers (@ByScottPowers) October 26, 2021
Wirtz again apologized to Doe and said he deeply regretted "the harm" done to the player and others.

Danny Wirtz says they deeply regret "the harm" caused to John Doe and others affected. "We must and will do better."

— Scott Powers (@ByScottPowers) October 26, 2021
"We must and will do better," Wirtz said.

None of the allegations has been proven in court.

Bowman is still set to serve as the GM of the United States’ entry at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing in February.

Later on Tuesday, the NHL announced a $2 million fine for the Blackhawks in the wake of the investigation. Of the fine, $1 million will be set aside to "fund local organizations in and around the Chicago community that provide counseling and training for, and support and assistance to, survivors of sexual and other forms of abuse."

“Today’s fine represents a direct and necessary response to the failure of the club to follow-up and address the 2010 incident in a timely and appropriate manner,” commissioner Gary Bettman said in a statement. “And, this response should send a clear message to all NHL clubs and all NHL personnel that inappropriate acts must be addressed in a timely fashion. In that regard, we also reiterate that the league has implemented a confidential and anonymous hot line, which is available at any time to all NHL personnel.”

Bettman also addressed the futures of the Blackhawks' management team of McDonough, MacIsaac, Bowman and Bunk, noting that further discipline could be meted out.

"Should they wish to re-enter the league in some capacity in the future, I will require a meeting with me in advance of their accepting any NHL Club-related position in order to determine the appropriate conditions under which such new employment might take place,” Bettman said.

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Post by hockeygame3 » Tue Oct 26, 2021 5:15 pm

Blackhawks place Toews, Borgstrom in COVID-19 Protocol

O'Reilly in COVID protocol, out at least four games for Blues
Saad to miss next two for St. Louis, which hasn't lost this season

Connor leads 3 Stars of the Week
Jets forward, Oilers captain McDavid, Islanders goalie Sorokin earn honors

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Post by hockeygame3 » Wed Oct 27, 2021 10:53 am

Tuesday, Oct 26


CGY 5, NJD 3
TBL 5, PIT 1
VGK 3, COL 1
SJS 1, NSH 3
MIN 3, VAN 2
WPG 4, ANA 3
MTL 1, SEA 5

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Post by hockeygame3 » Wed Oct 27, 2021 10:55 am

Wednesday, Oct 27


Boston@ Florida
7:00 PM ET
, TVAS, BSFL, NESN NHLN

Detroit@ Washington
7:00 PM ET
NBCSWA+, BSDET

Toronto@ Chicago
7:30 PM ET
SN1, NBCSCH

Vegas@ Dallas
8:30 PM ET
BSSW, ATTSN-RM

Philadelphia@ Edmonton
10:00 PM ET
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NHL Buzz: Hamonic reports to Vancouver, will join Canucks' AHL affiliate
Kane among five Blackhawks players in COVID protocol; Penguins captain Crosby close to returning

Tanev scores twice, Kraken defeat Canadiens for first home win
Gourde has goal, assist; Montreal loses sixth in seven games

Golden Knights defeat Avalanche, end four-game skid
Lehner makes 26 saves, Smith scores shorthanded goal for Vegas

Talbot remains undefeated, Wild spoil Canucks home opener
Makes 22 saves to win fifth straight to start season for Minnesota

Lightning cruise past Penguins, get first regulation win
Pittsburgh has season-opening point streak end at five

Saros makes 28 saves for Predators in victory against Sharks
Josi has two assists for Nashville; Meier, Couture each extend point streak to six to start season for San Jose

Subban fined $5,000 for actions in Devils game
Defenseman penalized maximum for tripping Flames forward Lucic

Mangiapane, Flames defeat Devils for fourth straight victory on road trip
Forward scores twice in four-goal first period; Daws allows three on seven shots

Ehlers scores twice late to lift Jets to win against Ducks
Goals 19 seconds apart boost Winnipeg, which has won three straight

Hutton, Timmins each out for Coyotes because of lower-body injury
Goalie expected to be sidelined 2-4 weeks, defenseman 8-12 weeks after leaving loss at Panthers

Kukan out eight weeks for Blue Jackets with wrist fracture
Defenseman injured in win against Stars; Bayreuther recalled from AHL

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Post by hockeygame3 » Fri Oct 29, 2021 9:19 am

Thursday, Oct 28


ARI 1, TBL 5
CGY 4, PIT 0
BOS 0, CAR 3
COL 4, STL 3
PHI 2, VAN 1
BUF 4, ANA 3 (OT)
MIN 1, SEA 4
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Post by hockeygame3 » Fri Oct 29, 2021 9:20 am

Friday, Oct 29


Florida@ Detroit
7:00 PM ET
, HULU

Columbus@ NY Rangers
7:00 PM ET
MSG, BSOH

Arizona@ Washington
7:00 PM ET
TVAS, NBCSWA, BSAZ

Chicago@ Carolina
7:00 PM ET
BSSO, NBCSCH

Anaheim@ Vegas
8:00 PM ET
ATTSN-RM, BSW

Ottawa@ Dallas
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Post by hockeygame3 » Fri Oct 29, 2021 9:22 am

Quenneville resigns as Panthers coach, named in Blackhawks investigation
Beach alleges sexual assault by then-assistant Aldrich in 2010 with Chicago

Joel Quenneville resigned as coach of the Florida Panthers on Thursday after being implicated in an independent investigation into the Chicago Blackhawks for allegations by former player Kyle Beach of sexual assault by then-video coach Brad Aldrich in 2010.

Quenneville coached the Blackhawks for 11 seasons beginning in 2008 and won the Stanley Cup with them in 2010, 2013 and 2015 before being fired Nov. 6, 2018. The 63-year-old was in his third season with the Panthers.

"The National Hockey League agrees with the decision tonight by Joel Quenneville to resign his duties as head coach of the Florida Panthers," NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said in a statement. "In his former role as Chicago Blackhawks head coach, Mr. Quenneville was among several former members of the Club's senior leadership group who mishandled the 2010 sexual assault claim by former player Kyle Beach against the Club's then-video coach, Brad Aldrich. And, following a meeting with Mr. Quenneville that took place this afternoon in my office, all parties agreed that it was no longer appropriate that he continue to serve as Florida's head coach.

"I admire Kyle Beach for his courage in coming forward, am appalled that he was so poorly supported upon making his initial claim and in the 11 years since, and am sorry for all he has endured.

"We thank the Panthers' organization for working with us to ensure that a thorough process was followed. Given the result, there is no need for any further action by the NHL regarding Mr. Quenneville at this time. However, should he wish to re-enter the League in some capacity in the future, I will require a meeting with him in advance in order to determine the appropriate conditions under which such new employment might take place."

The Panthers said an interim coach announcement is forthcoming.

"After the release of the Jenner & Block investigative report on Tuesday afternoon, we have continued to diligently review the information within that report, in addition to new information that has recently become available," Panthers president and CEO Matt Caldwell said in a statement. "It should go without saying that the conduct described in that report is troubling and inexcusable. It stands in direct contrast to our values as an organization and what the Florida Panthers stand for. No one should ever have to endure what Kyle Beach experienced during, and long after, his time in Chicago. Quite simply, he was failed. We praise his bravery and courage in coming forward.

"Following a meeting today with Commissioner Bettman at National Hockey League offices, which was part of the league's process to decide how to move forward, Joel made the decision to resign and the Florida Panthers accepted that resignation."

Reid Schar, a former federal prosecutor and partner at Jenner & Block LLP, released the findings of his firm's independent investigation into the allegations Tuesday, and the NHL fined the Blackhawks $2 million "for the organization's inadequate internal procedures and insufficient and untimely response in the handling of matters related" to the alleged encounter. Commissioner Bettman also announced he wanted to meet with Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff, who was Blackhawks assistant GM at the time.

Quenneville issued a statement following the Panthers announcement.

"With deep regret and contrition, I announce my resignation as head coach of the Florida Panthers," Quenneville said. "I want to express my sorrow for the pain this young man, Kyle Beach, has suffered. My former team the Blackhawks failed Kyle and I own my share of that. I want to reflect on how all of this happened and take the time to educate myself on ensuring hockey spaces ae safe for everyone."

According to Schar's findings, Quenneville was among six individuals then with Blackhawks senior management who met May 23, 2010, to discuss the alleged sexual assault, which occurred May 8 or 9, 2010. Also present to hear a report from mental skills coach and team counselor Jim Gary, who had spoken with Beach, were then-Blackhawks president John McDonough, then-senior vice president Jay Blunk, then-GM Stan Bowman, then-senior director of hockey administration Al MacIsaac, and Cheveldayoff.

The meeting took place within an hour of Chicago defeating the San Jose Sharks in the Western Conference Final to advance to the 2010 Stanley Cup Final.

"One witness recalled that during the meeting, Mr. McDonough and coach Quenneville made comments about the challenge of getting to the Stanley Cup Final and a desire to focus on the team and the playoffs," Schar said. "What is clear is, after being informed of Aldrich's alleged sexual harassment and misconduct with the player, no action was taken for three weeks."

Quenneville and Cheveldayoff were the only individuals who attended that meeting who were working in the NHL after Bowman resigned and MacIsaac was let go by the Blackhawks on Tuesday. McDonough was fired by Chicago on April 27, 2020. Blunk and Gary left the Blackhawks this offseason.

Cheveldayoff is scheduled to meet with Commissioner Bettman within days.

Quenneville is second in coaching wins in NHL history, behind Scotty Bowman (1,244), with a record of 969-572-150 with 77 ties in 25 seasons with the St. Louis Blues, Colorado Avalanche, Blackhawks and Panthers. Florida qualified for the Stanley Cup Playoffs in each of its first two seasons under Quenneville and is 7-0-0 this season.

Beach on Wednesday came forward as the player at the center of the investigation into the allegations against Aldrich and the Blackhawks. The No. 11 pick of the 2008 NHL Draft, Beach, now 31, never played in the NHL. He was 20 years old at the time of the alleged incident.

"It's a big step for me, my process of recovery, as I process the events that happened and as I truly deal with the underlying issues that I have from them," Beach said. "For me, I wanted to come forward and put my name on this. To be honest, it's already out there. The details were pretty accurate in the report, and it's been figured out. More than that, I've been a survivor, I am a survivor. And I know I'm not alone."

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Post by hockeygame3 » Fri Oct 29, 2021 9:25 am

Statement from NHL Commissioner on resignation of Joel Quenneville

NEW YORK -- National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman today released the following statement.

"The National Hockey League agrees with the decision tonight by Joel Quenneville to resign his duties as head coach of the Florida Panthers. In his former role as Chicago Blackhawks head coach, Mr. Quenneville was among several former members of the Club's senior leadership group who mishandled the 2010 sexual assault claim by former player Kyle Beach against the Club's then-video coach, Brad Aldrich. And, following a meeting with Mr. Quenneville that took place this afternoon in my office, all parties agreed that it was no longer appropriate that he continue to serve as Florida's head coach.

"I admire Kyle Beach for his courage in coming forward, am appalled that he was so poorly supported upon making his initial claim and in the 11 years since, and am sorry for all he has endured.

"We thank the Panthers' organization for working with us to ensure that a thorough process was followed. Given the result, there is no need for any further action by the NHL regarding Mr. Quenneville at this time. However, should he wish to re-enter the League in some capacity in the future, I will require a meeting with him in advance in order to determine the appropriate conditions under which such new employment might take place."

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Post by 2pigpen » Fri Oct 29, 2021 1:12 pm

^^^
what a mess
the league just wants this to go away

I think that unfortunately this is just the tip of the iceberg
there may be many "kids" who have been abused along the way
(pedophiles target youth in sports)
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