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A lot has happened in just one quarter of this NHL season

Pranks, oddities and emotional moments, this early season has had it all already @NHL

NHL players and coaches have packed a lot of great moments into the first quarter of the season.

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OTF: Gudas suspended 10 games by NHL

Department of Player Safety hands down verdict on Flyers defenseman

by @NHLFlyers /

The National Hockey League's department of player safety announced that they have suspended Flyers defenseman, Radko Gudas, for 10 games as a result of his penalty against Jets' forward Mathieu Perreault in the club's Nov. 16 game at Winnipeg.

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Gudas of Flyers suspended 10 games for slashing

Defenseman penalized for actions against Perreault of Jets in game Thursday

by NHL Public Relations @PR_NHL /

Gudas suspended 10 games

Gudas suspended 10 games for slashing

Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas has been suspended 10 games for slashing Jets forward Mathieu Perreault

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NEW YORK - Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas has been suspended for 10 games, without pay, for slashing Winnipeg Jets forward Mathieu Perreault during NHL Game No. 284 in Winnipeg on Thursday, Nov. 16, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced today.

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POSTGAME 5: Burned out

Flames nab extra point with 5-4 overtime win over Flyers

by @NHLFlyers /

In a see-saw battle against Calgary at the Wells Fargo Center, a total of nine goals were scored, but it was Michael Frolik's tally in overtime that was the difference as the Flames took a 5-4 victory over the Flyers.

The Flyers charged out to an early lead off a goal from Brandon Manning that took a fortunate bounce off the post, then Mike Smith's back. Johnny Gaudreau tied it up on a breakaway and the Flyers took a 3-1 lead with goals from Couturier and Provorov, but Calgary responded with a pair of goals from Sean Monahan to draw even and 3-3.

Nolan Patrick gave the Flyers the lead after finding a rebound and roofing it backhand over Smith, but the Flames came right back as Monahan scored again to complete a hat trick.

In the overtime session, Mikael Backlund entered the Flyers zone on a 2 on 1 and found Frolik, who capitalized on a one-timer for the victory. Mike Smith stopped 35 of 39 shots, while Brian Elliott made 26 saves in the loss.

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Trending: Tatar, Larkin score third-period goals in victory

Glendening chips in offensively and defensively against Sabres

by Dana Wakiji and Art Regner @Dwakiji and @ArthurJRegner /

DETROIT - The Red Wings are taking the lessons they learned last year and using that experience to grind out wins this year.

The Wings scored twice in the third period on goals by Tomas Tatar and Dylan Larkin to beat the Buffalo Sabres, 3-1, at Little Caesars Arena Friday night.

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Gudas to have hearing for actions in Flyers game against Jets

Defenseman was penalized for slashing @NHL

Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety.

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POSTGAME 5: Shot down in Winnipeg

Jets force comeback with late goal, take 3-2 shootout win over Flyers

by @NHLFlyers /


The Flyers broke out early and opened up a 2-0 lead in the first six minutes, but Mark Scheifele scored with 49 seconds left in regulation to force overtime and Bryan Little tallied the final goal in the shootout to give the Jets a 3-2 win at Winnipeg.

Jakub Voracek snapped the Flyers goal skid three minutes into the game off a feed from Sean Couturier, who capitalized on the first power-play by slamming home a rebound to give the Flyers the early two-goal lead. 

That's the way it stayed until Mathieu Perreault brought the Jets within one on a power play goal of their own in the second period. The third remained scoreless until Scheifele's goal came with the goaltender pulled for a 6-on-5 advantage.

After a scoreless overtime with multiple chances on both sides, Jake Voracek and Jordan Weal tallied for the Flyers in the shootout, which took four rounds to decide. Brian Elliott stopped 31 shots for the Flyers, while Connor Hellebuyck turned aside 30.

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Krejci Sheds Non-Contact Jersey

Center terms himself a game-time decision for Wednesday's tilt in Anaheim

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins /

ANAHEIM, Calif. - David Krejci took another step in his recovery from an upper-body injury on Tuesday as he shed the red non-contact jersey he donned during Monday's practice back in Boston.

The veteran pivot took the ice at Honda Center on Tuesday afternoon in a standard white sweater and split reps with Jordan Szwarz between Frank Vatrano and Danton Heinen.

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Flyers at Wild preview

Zucker has scored Minnesota's past six goals; Philadelphia shut out NHL-high four times

by Jessi Pierce / Correspondent

FLYERS (8-7-2) at WILD (7-7-2)

8 p.m. ET; FS-N, NBCSP+, NHL.TV

The Game

The Minnesota Wild will go for a third straight win when they play the second game of a home-and-home series against the Philadelphia Flyers at Xcel Energy Center on Tuesday. The Wild defeated the Flyers 1-0 on Saturday.

Forward Jason Zucker has scored Minnesota's past six goals to set a Wild record. The NHL record for consecutive goals is seven shared by Cy Denneny with the Ottawa Senators from Feb. 28-March 7, 1921 and Brian Noonan for the Chicago Blackhawks from Dec. 27-29, 1991, according to Elias Sports Bureau.

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Notes: Glendening does not miss a beat after offseason surgery

Martin Frk out for Wednesday, Darren Helm questionable

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

DETROIT -- The way Luke Glendening has played this season, you would never have guessed that he had offseason surgery.

Early in the game in Carolina last March 27, Glendening suffered a fractured left ankle and partially torn tendons and he had to miss the final seven games of the season.

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