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Top Two Teams in the Central Division Meet Tonight in Nashville

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

The top two clubs in the Central Division clash tonight at Bridgestone Arena as the Nashville Predators host the Winnipeg Jets. It's the second of four meetings between the two rivals this season; the Preds shut out the Jets at home back in October and will visit Winnipeg twice in March.

Nashville began their three-game homestand with a bang on Tuesday night when they crushed the Capitals by a 7-2 final. Viktor Arvidsson recorded his second-career hat trick in the rout to get the Preds to the 60-point mark, just two behind the Jets for the lead in the Central.

The Predators will face another Western powerhouse like themselves, while also participating in what could end up being another playoff rematch. It didn't go Nashville's way back in May, and although that series isn't top of mind for the Preds, they haven't erased it, either.

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Trade Coverage

Del Zotto traded to Ducks, who send Aberg to Wild

Schenn goes to Canucks, Anaheim adds Kloos in separate deals

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Michael Del Zotto was traded to the Anaheim Ducks by the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday after the Ducks traded Pontus Aberg to the Minnesota Wild.

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Duchene content to let contract talks with Senators play out

Center can become unrestricted free agent July 1

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Matt Duchene, who can become an unrestricted free agent after this season, said he will let contract negotiations run their course with the Ottawa Senators before determining his next move.

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POSTGAME 5: Hats Off, Part 2

Couturier's hat trick powers Flyers past Bruins, 4-3 on Wednesday Night Hockey

by Flyers & Bill Meltzer @NHLFlyers

HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED
Sean Couturier rallied the Flyers back from an early 0-2 deficit, while Carter Hart made a career-high 39 saves to beat the Bruins, 4-3, on Wednesday Night Hockey.

David Pastrnak and Peter Cehlarik got Boston on the board within the first 10 minutes, but the Flyers tallied four straight goals, while also killing off a five-minute major, to building a 4-2 lead. 

Oskar Lindblom kicked things off for the Flyers with the rest of the tallies coming from Couturier. Cehlarik tallied his second of the game on a late 6-on-5 situation, but the Flyers held on for the win. Jaroslav Halak stopped 15 of 19 shots to take the loss.

Stars of the Game:
1 - Sean Couturier (Hat Trick)
2 - Carter Hart (39 saves)
3 - Peter Cehlarik (2g, +2)

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Paul Byron suspended three games

The NHL's Department of Player Safety made the announcement on Wednesday, suspending the Canadiens forward for charging

by Pierre-Antoine Mercier. Translated by Matt Cudzinowski. @CanadiensMTL / canadiens.com

MONTREAL - Forward Paul Byron was suspended for three games by the NHL's Department of Player Safety on Wednesday.

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Gorges: Being a Hab was a 'true honor'

After retiring earlier in the week, Josh Gorges reflects on his time in Montreal and looks ahead to life after hockey

by Matt Cudzinowski @CanadiensMTL / canadiens.com

MONTREAL - After spending seven-plus seasons in a Canadiens uniform, it would be understandable if Josh Gorges struggled to choose his favorite Habs memory.

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Player Safety

Byron suspended three games for actions in Canadiens game

Forward punished for charging Panthers defenseman Weegar

by NHL Public Relations @PR_NHL

Byron suspended three games

Byron suspended three games for charging

Montreal Canadiens forward Paul Byron has been suspended for three games for charging Florida Panthers defenseman MacKenzie Weegar

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NEW YORK -- Montreal Canadiens forward Paul Byron has been suspended for three games, without pay, for charging Florida Panthers defenseman MacKenzie Weegar during NHL Game No. 714 in Montreal on Tuesday, Jan. 15, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced today.

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Morning Skate Report: Colorado Aims to Bring Same Game to Ottawa

The Avalanche was finally rewarded for its efforts in the previous game against Toronto

by Ron Knabenbauer @RonKnab / ColoradoAvalanche.com

OTTAWA, Ontario--The Colorado Avalanche is following the old adage of if it's not broke, don't fix it.

Colorado won't make any changes to its lineup for tonight's contest at the Ottawa Senators after playing one of its stronger games of the season last time out on Monday versus the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Avs outshot the Leafs 38-20 and came back from a two-goal deficit to win 6-3.

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Danault among the NHL's elite

Head coach Claude Julien has always stressed the importance of faceoffs, and Phillip Danault proved his bench boss' point once again on Monday night

by Pierre-Antoine Mercier, translated by Matt Cudzinowski @CanadiensMTL / canadiens.com

MONTREAL - Over the last three games, Phillip Danault won three faceoffs that led to the Canadiens lighting the lamp three times.

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Player Safety

Byron to have hearing for actions in Canadiens game against Panthers

Forward facing discipline for charging Weegar

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Paul Byron will have a hearing with NHL Department of Player Safety on Wednesday.

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