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Penguins' Malkin, Canucks' Hansen each get hat trick

Saturday, 01.23.2016 / 7:38 PM / News

Wes Crosby - NHL.com Correspondent

PITTSBURGH -– Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin wasn't the only player to score a hat trick Saturday against the Vancouver Canucks. He was the only one who was able to celebrate it.

Malkin had his 10th NHL hat trick and first in the regular season since Feb. 25, 2012 to rally Pittsburgh to a 5-4 win at Consol Energy Center. With 17 seconds remaining, Canucks forward Jannik Hansen scored his third goalfor his second NHL hat trick.

"There were a lot of opportunities, so we only have ourselves to blame that we don't get the two points today," Hansen said.

Flames' Giordano: Women could coach in NHL

Saturday, 01.23.2016 / 5:05 PM / News

NHL.com

The Buffalo Bills made NFL history this week hiring Kathryn Smith as the league’s first full-time female assistant coach. Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano believes the same thing will happen in the NHL soon.

“Absolutely,” Giordano told the Calgary Herald. “With the way women have progressed in sports over the years, I think it’s just a matter of time. Teams already have women employed by their organizations in different jobs. It’ll be in the near future when they’re behind the bench or in the press box coaching.

“I’d be open to it, I know that for sure.”

Chu, fellow CWHL stars hope to ply trade full time

Saturday, 01.23.2016 / 5:00 PM / News

Mike Brophy - NHL.com Correspondent

TORONTO -- Julie Chu has a dream that one day the Canadian Women's Hockey League will provide female hockey players the ability to earn a decent living playing professionally.

"We dream of having thousands of fans at all our games," Chu said. "We dream of having a league where players are paid to the extent where it could be their full-time job. We're still a ways off from that point, we know, but for us it's having a league that is sustainable and having a league that allows the players to compete, to play and train."

Chu participated in the second annual CWHL All-Star Game at Air Canada Centre on Saturday. Team Black won 5-1 against Team White.

Devils forward Tlusty out 3-4 months after surgery

Saturday, 01.23.2016 / 2:42 PM / News

NHL.com

New Jersey Devils forward Jiri Tlusty had surgery Friday to repair a torn ligament in his right wrist and is expected to miss 3-4 months, general manager Ray Shero said Saturday.

Tlusty signed a one-year, $800,000 contract with the Devils in September. The 27-year-old has two goals and two assists in 30 games; he has not played since Jan. 8.

Three NHL games postponed by severe snowstorm

Saturday, 01.23.2016 / 11:30 AM / News

NHL.com

A severe snowstorm impacting the East Coast had caused the postponement of three NHL games.

The Washington Capitals game against the Pittsburgh Penguins scheduled for Sunday afternoon at Verizon Center will be rescheduled, the second game the Capitals had postponed in as many days. They were set to host the Anaheim Ducks on Friday in a game that was moved up two hours in an attempt to avoid the inclement weather; however, the NHL announced Friday afternoon it would not be played as scheduled.

The New York Islanders had their game against the Philadelphia Flyers scheduled for Saturday evening at Barclays Center postponed. The Flyers still held practice at the arena.

Bruins wish Blue Jackets' Tortorella speedy recovery

Saturday, 01.23.2016 / 11:18 AM / News

Craig Merz - NHL.com Correspondent

The Boston Bruins and coach Claude Julien sent their best wishes for a speedy recovery to Columbus Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella via Twitter on Saturday, a day after Tortorella sustained two fractured ribs following a collision with forward Rene Bourque during an outdoor practice in Columbus.

Tortorella did not travel with the Blue Jackets to Boston on Friday afternoon and will not coach them Saturday against the Bruins (7 p.m. ET; FS-O, NESN). Associate coach Craig Hartsburg will fill in for Tortorella.

"Hopefully he's feeling better. ... He's a tough guy. I'm sure he'll be back at it before you know it," Julien said in comments tweeted by the Bruins.

The Blue Jackets' Twitter responded: "thanks, Coach!"

Today's Philadelphia at NY Islanders game postponed

Saturday, 01.23.2016 / 10:20 AM / News

NHL Public Relations

NEW YORK – Today's game between the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Islanders at Barclays Center, NHL Game No. 716, has been postponed due to the severe snowstorm impacting the metro New York area.

Sunday's Pittsburgh at Washington game postponed

Saturday, 01.23.2016 / 9:23 AM / News

NHL Public Relations

NEW YORK – The game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals at Verizon Center scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 24, NHL Game No. 720, has been postponed due to the severe snowstorm impacting the Washington, D.C., area.

Around the League notebook: Friday, Jan. 22

Saturday, 01.23.2016 / 1:01 AM / News

NHL Public Relations

LUONGO CLIMBS ALL-TIME SHUTOUTS LIST IN WIN OVER BLACKHAWKS

Roberto Luongo stopped all 27 shots he faced, including 12 in the third period, as the Panthers shut out the defending Stanley Cup champions and snapped a four-game skid (0-3-1).

* At 27-15-5 (59 points), the Panthers hold a three-point lead over the Red Wings (24-15-8, 56 points) and idle Lightning (26-17-4, 56 points) for first place in the Atlantic Division.

* Luongo improved to 6-0-0 in his last six appearances on home ice and 20-13-4 overall (2.12 GAA, .929 SV%, 4 SO).

* Per Elias, Luongo earned his 72nd career shutout – and fourth this season – to pass Lorne Chabot and Harry Lumley for sole possession of 11th place in NHL history. Luongo trails Tony Esposito and Ed Belfour for ninth place, who share a tie with 76 career blank sheets apiece.

Former NHL defenseman Richard Wilson dies at 53

Friday, 01.22.2016 / 5:14 PM / News

NHL.com

Former NHL defenseman Richard Wilson, a first-round selection in the 1980 NHL Draft by the St. Louis Blues, died on Friday. He was 53.

The native of Long Beach, Calif., spent six seasons in the NHL, including four-plus with the Blues. He also played for the Calgary Flames and Chicago Blackhawks.

Wilson had 25 goals, 90 points and 220 penalty minutes in 251 NHL games. He had a career-high 24 points with the Blues in 1984-85, scoring eight goals and 16 assists in 51 games. The Blues traded Wilson, along with forward Joe Mullen and defenseman Terry Johnson to the Calgary Flames for forwards Ed Beers and Gino Cavallini and defenseman Charles Bourgeois on Feb. 1, 1986.

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