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Forum: NHLHier à 23 h 29
Forum: NHLHier à 23 h 11
So, around the league today, off the ice:

-Darnell Nurse activated off IR, as was Riley Stillman

-Travis Green FIRED, Jim Benning and assistant GM Weisbrod FIRED (FINALLY) by the Canucks, Bruce Boudreau will take over as head coach, no replacement named yet for Benning

-Ryan Getzlaf put on IR by the Ducks

On the ice:

-Lightning annihilate the Flyers 7-1, Corey Perry with 2 goals and an assist, McDonagh with a goal and 2 assists, Hedman (red-hot lately) and Colton with 3 assists each, Boris Katchouk with his first NHL goal and Taylor Raddysh with his 2nd 24 hours after getting his first, and Mathieu Joseph scores on a classic dang-it by Carter Hart
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-Blake Wheeler's 1000th game is a 6-3 Jets win that features Neal Pionk kneeing Rasmus Sandin (but not getting called) and Jason Spezza with a completely dirty retaliation hit on Pionk (also not called), Pierre Luc-Dubois had a PP goal and assist, so did Kyle Connor

-Connor McDavid gets ejected (not a typo) following a boarding major on Adrian Kempe (it was definitely a boarding, not sure if it deserved an ejection, but for sure a penalty), Kings go on to beat the Oilers 5-1

-Islanders lose their 11th in a row in a shootout loss to the Blackhawks despite Noah Dobson tying it with 4 seconds left in the game

-Blue Jackets win a wild back-and-forth with the Sharks 6-4, Adam Boqvist with 2 goals
Forum: NHLHier à 12 h 39
Forum: NHLHier à 11 h 21
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>SevenLeg</b></div><div>Some players who are/were (not counting injuries because it’d take forever) on pace (for career high in points I’m using Adjusted Points (are normalized to an 82-game schedule, 18 skaters and league averages of 6 goals/game and 1.67 assists/goal).
I stopped at a 70-points pace

Aho, Sebastian (CAR) – 93 pts (former career high is 83)
Bjorkstrand, Oliver (CBJ) – 74 pts (former career high is 44)
Bratt, Jesper (NJD) – 74 pts (former career high is 35)
Carlson, John (WSH) – 78 pts (former career high is 75)
Connor, Kyle (WPG) – 94 pts (former career high is 73)
Deangelo, Anthony (CAR) – 70 pts (former career high is 53)
Draisaitl, Leon (EDM) – 168 pts (former career high is 110)
Dubois, Pierre-Luc (WPG) – 74 pts (former career high is 61)
Duchene, Matt (NSH) – 86 pts (former career high is 70)
Ekblad, Aaron (FLA) – 82 pts (former career high is 41)
Fox, Adam (NYR) – 93 pts (former career high is 47)
Granlund, Mikael (NSH) – 92 pts (former career high is 69)
Guentzel, Jake (PIT) – 86 pts (former career high is 76)
Hartman, Ryan (MIN) – 75 pts (former career high is 31)
Hedman, Victor (TBL) – 85 pts (former career high is 72)
Huberdeau, Jonathan (FLA) – 103 pts (former career high is 92)
Johnsson, Andreas (NJD) – 70 pts (former career high is 43)
Jones, Seth (CHI) – 77 pts (former career high is 57)
Josi, Roman (NSH) – 75 pts (former career high is 65)
Kadri, Nazem (COL) – 122 pts (former career high is 61)
Kaprizov, Kirill (MIN) – 104 pts (former career high is 51)
Killorn, Alex (TBL) – 74 pts (former career high is 49)
Kreider, Chris (NYR) – 71 pts (former career high is 52)
Kuznetsov, Evgeny (WSH) – 96 pts (former career high is 83)
Kyrou, Jordan (STL) – 83 pts (former career high is 35)
Landeskog, Gabriel (COL) – 98 pts (former career high is 75)
Lindholm, Elias (CGY) – 86 pts (former career high is 78)
Makar, Cale (COL) – 85 pts (former career high is 50)
Matthews, Auston (TOR) – 83 pts (former career high is 80)
McDavid, Connor (EDM) – 164 pts (former career high is 116)
Meier, Timo (SJS) – 86 pts (former career high is 66)
Miller, J.T. (VAN) – 79 pts (former career high is 72)
Nugent-Hopkins, Ryan (EDM) – 85 pts (former career high is 69)
Nylander, William (TOR) – 79 pts (former career high is 61)
Ovechkin, Alex (WSH) – 135 pts (former career high is 112)
Panarin, Artemi (NYR) – 96 pts (former career high is 95)
Puljujarvi, Jesse (EDM) – 70 pts (former career high is 25)
Stephenson, Chandler (VGK) – 78 pts (former career high is 35)
Svechnikov, Andrei (CAR) – 78 pts (former career high is 61)
Terry, Troy (ANA) – 86 pts (former career high is 20)
Thomas, Robert (STL) – 78 pts (former career high is 42)
Wilson, Tom (WSH) – 79 pts (former career high is 44)</div></div>

Excellent list. Couple of takeaways:

1) Like A Habs fan said, Troy Terry is on pace to QUADRUPLING his career point season-high (which he's already broken 25 games in). Wow.
2) Jordan Kyrou is one of the most under-appreciated players in the league since he burst onto the scene last year, he had 35 points in 56 games, not bad for his first full (albeit 56 game) season, and now he's on pace to have 83. Robert Thomas and Mikael Granlund are also quietly having themselves darn good years, they've each racked up 20 assists already.
3) Jesse Puljujarvi has slowed down since his torrid start, but should still easily shatter his previous season-high of 25. Chandler Stephenson also will probably have his ice time diminish once Vegas gets all their pieces back, but will definitely finish with more than 35, and Oliver Bjorkstrand's quietly on pace to almost double his previous season-high as well.
4) Ryan Hartman is battling it out with Terry for breakout skater of the year. 21 points in 24 games-on pace for 75!! The guy's previous high was 31!!!
5) Couple of Devils having sneaky good years-Andreas Johnsson and Jesper Bratt. (Side note-Bratt might have the most underrated hands in the league. Seriously, the guy's dekes are things of beauty to watch, and he's elite on breakaways/penalty shots/in shootouts.)
6) Kreider and Duchene having elite years. Kreider leading the league in PP goals and Duchene finally living up to that huge contract.
7) Kyle Connor is the most underrated player in hockey. Period.
8) 5 of the 6 best D-men in hockey-Hedman, Makar, Josi ,Fox and Ekblad (Jaccob Slavin is the other, IMO)-are on pace to break their single-season career highs (Ekblad, Fox and Makar especially).
9) The fact the Ovi is on pace to beat his career high at age 36 by 23 POINTS is abnormal. #RussianMachineNeverBreaks
10) Can we just take a moment to appreciate that McDavid and Draisaitl might BOTH finish with 150+ points? Why does this only happen in Edmonton?!