NHL: Six Coyotes score in shutout at home against Winnipeg

2014-01-07T23:30:00Z NHL: Six Coyotes score in shutout at home against WinnipegThe Associated Press The Associated Press
January 07, 2014 11:30 pm  • 

GLENDALE — Thomas Greiss stopped 27 shots Tuesday night, Lauri Korpikoski had a goal and two assists, and the Coyotes rolled to a 6-0 victory over Calgary.

Coming off a disappointing loss to Philadelphia, Phoenix took control of what was a tight-checking game with three goals in the second period.



Mikkel Boedker, Shane Doan, Martin Hanzal and Michael Stone each had a goal and an assist for Phoenix. Rob Klinkhammer also scored for Phoenix.



Penguins 5, Canucks 4, SO: Sidney Crosby tied the game with 55 seconds left in the third period and scored the only goal the shootout.

Ducks 5, Bruins 2: In Anaheim, Calif., Mathieu Perreault scored two goals, Jonas Hiller made 30 saves in his 12th consecutive victory, and Anaheim earned its 14th win in 15 games.

Blues 5, Oilers 2: In Edmonton, Alberta, Vladimir Tarasenko had a goal and an assist, and St. Louis won its season-high sixth straight.

Lightning 4, Jets 2: In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Martin St. Louis scored the tiebreaking goal in the third period and added an empty-netter.

Predators 3, Sharks 2: In Nashville, Tenn., Mattias Ekholm’s first NHL goal proved to be the game-winner and lifted Nashville to its first victory in four games.

Flyers 3, Devils 2, OT: In Newark N.J., Brayden Schenn scored at 1:50 of overtime, and Philadelphia won after giving up a late short-handed goal that forced the extra session.

Islanders 5, Maple Leafs 3: In Toronto, Frans Nielsen, Calvin De Haan and Cal Clutterbuck scored third-period goals to lift New York.

Hurricanes at Sabres: In Buffalo, N.Y., the NHL postponed the game because of a snowstorm in western New York. A makeup date had not been determined. The postponement comes with Buffalo dealing with a wintry blast of near-zero temperatures, heavy winds and blinding snow .

Wild at Kings: Late

Olympics

Hockey Canada announced its 25-man hockey roster Tuesday, and it is loaded with NHL stars for next month’s Winter Games.

Sidney Crosby, who scored the gold-medal winning goal in 2010 against the United States, will be joined up front by Jamie Benn, Patrice Bergeron, Jeff Carter, Matt Duchene, Ryan Getzlaf, Chris Kunitz, Patrick Marleau, Rick Nash, Corey Perry, Patrick Sharp, Steven Stamkos, John Tavares and Jonathan Toews.

Jay Bouwmeester, Drew Doughty, Dan Hamhuis, Duncan Keith, Alex Pietrangelo, P.K. Subban, Marc-Edouard Vlasic and Shea Weber will be on defense. The goaltenders are: Roberto Luongo, Carey Price and Mike Smith.

  • Capitals center Alex Ovechkin will lead Russia’s hockey team at the Sochi Olympics, as the host country looks to avoid a repeat of its poor performance at the 2010 Vancouver Games.

Pavel Datsyuk of the Red Wings, Evgeni Malkin of the Penguins and Nikolai Kulemin of the Maple Leafs were among 15 NHL players named Tuesday to Russia’s 25-man roster.

  • Sweden will be led by g
  • oalie Jonas Gustavsson, defenders Niklas Kronwall and Jonathan Ericsson, and forwards Johan Franzen, Daniel Alfredsson and Henrik Zetterberg lead the list. 
  • Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara will captain Slovakia at the Sochi Games next month, hoping to improve on fourth place at the Vancouver Olympics.
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