Calgary Flames 0 at Boston Bruins 9 – The WTHII snuff film is this game which the Bruins scored 3,4 and 2 goals in successive periods. Tuukka Rask posted the shutout. So many goals and who should we single out hmmm Patrice Bergeron had two goals as did Nathan Horton, who has four goals in the last 48 hours. Not surprising the Flames used two goalies (their names will not be shared for their protection).
Winnipeg Jets 0 at Toronto Maple Leafs 4 – Phil Kessel started the scoring with his 23rd as the Leafs shutout our Jets who had a bad trek through Quebec and Ontario the past two nights. Winnipeg has been outscored 11-3, in the last 48 hours which makes Brett walk the streets of Brooklyn aimlessly.
Florida Panthers 2 at New York Rangers 3 F/OT – Marian Gaborik put in his 23rd goal which was the winner in overtime. The teams alternated goals in the first and third period but were scoreless in the second.
Chicago Blackhawks 4 at Philadelphia Flyers 5 – James Van Riemsdyk scored twice with the winner on the powerplay with 43 seconds remaining. Chicago trailed 4-2 after the second period put made a furious comeback tying the game up on a Patrick Kane goal with under six minutes left. Van Riemsdyk put in the winner late to end the comeback.
Tampa Bay Lightning 1 at Ottawa Senators 4 – Ottawa and their gang of all-stars (were still bitter at the WTHII offices FYI) rolled to another win. Steven Stamkos had the lone goal for Tampa Bay which was his 28th of the season.
Edmonton Oilers 3 at St. Louis Blues 4 – St. Louis led 1-0 after the first period then Edmonton scored three goals in the second to lead 3-1. The Blues then scored three unanswered goals in the third period to get the two points.
Dallas Stars 4 at Nashville Predators 1 – After the Preds tied the game up at one the Stars went on to score the next three goals. Mike Ribeiro scored both his goals in the first or sandwiched them around the lone Nashville goal.
Phoenix Coyotes 0 at Los Angeles Kings 1 F/OT – Jonathan Quick threw another shutout at another opponent which happened to be division foe Phoenix tonight. Let’s give Mike Smith some credit to since he shut down the Kings until OT. Drew Doughty put in the winner on his third goal of the season to send the fans at the Staples Center home happy.
Columbus Blue Jackets 1 at San Jose Sharks 2 – The BJ’s scored first in San Jose but is the trend is it was tied before the first ended. Your welcome Sharks fans I put the Joe Thornton face on the milk carton and he showed up with a second period goal that served as the winner. Fun WTHII fact all three goals were the eight of the season for the three guys who scored.