Daily NHL Recap

Chris Mason lost to the 'Canes for the first time this year, probably because he was flexing early and often

Detroit just won’t lose at home and apparantly dislike the Blues in addition to five other games that were played on Monday

New York Islanders 0 at Toronto Maple Leafs 3Phil Kessel put in his 26th goal of the season in the shutout victory against the Islanders.

Winnipeg Jets 1 at Carolina Hurricanes 2 – Carolina scored twice in the first period to get the victory over the Jets. Winnipeg cut the deficit in half midway during the second but came up short in the comeback in Raleigh.

St. Louis Blues 1 at Detroit Red Wings 3 – Detroit continues to win at home as they collected their 17th straight. The Red Wings trailed after the first period but scored the game’s final three goals of the game.

Columbus Blue Jackets 1 at Nashville Predators 4 – Nashville led throughout this game and handed the BJ’s yet another loss. Mike Fisher scored twice for the Preds in the game.

San Jose Sharks 1 at Edmonton Oilers 2 F/SO – Edmonton won the game in the fourth round of the shootout. The Oilers opened the scoring in the second period and SJ tied it in the third, Taylor Hall had the winning goal in the shootout.

Ottawa Senators 1 at Los Angeles Kings 4 – LA turned a 1-0 first period lead into a 4-0 strangle hold after a three goal second period.

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3 thoughts on “Daily NHL Recap

  1. Carolina says:

    The mere fact that Jim Dowd is at an NHL training camp this year is a miralce of longevity. I remember thinking he was done at age 27 when he played half a season with the Canucks in 1995-96 and had no impact whatsoever. It’s a credit to his work ethic that he keeps getting invited back to try to fill that checking center role.

  2. All I can see are feminists saying that feminism is about equality, then claim that the acts of discrimination or examples of discriminatory laws that have been passed by feminists were the responsibility of “radical” feminists and that they aren’t one of those. However, every last one of the feminists involved in the acts of discrimination and the discriminatory laws, claimed the EXACT SAME THING. In many cases the people that claim equality (even on here) will then go on to justify discrimination.How can I come to the conclusion that OVERALL feminism is not a radical hate movement if the RESULTS of the feminist movement are the acts of discrimination and the discriminatory laws?If they are different then surely someone can tell me why them seem to ACT in the same manner and can tell me how we can tell them apart.So, how do we tell the difference between a “true” feminist and a “radical feminist” if they make the exact same claims?Minvera: So judging them by whether they take the action of claiming that the wage gap is real would be a good way to go right? Someone’s a radical feminist…And dogtown, as far as I can tell the “third wave” feminists are second wave feminists that don’t want to be saddled with the bad reputation and lack of credibility of the second wave feminists, so denounce them, then go off campaigning for the exact same things. They are exemplary examples of why I can’t tell the difference.

  3. Wow that was unusual. I just wrote an extremely long comment but after I
    clicked submit my comment didn’t show up. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that
    over again. Anyway, just wanted to say great blog!

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