NHL Daily Power Play Recap 11/10/15: Ducks lose in OT

November 10, 2015

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Max Domi (2-0—2) and Anthony Duclair (1-0—1) combined for three goals in regulation, and Mikkel Boedker (1-1—2) registered the decisive tally at 1:18 of overtime to power the Coyotes to their second win in as many games against the Ducks this season.  Boedker was able to score his goal after the Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf erred and lost control of the puck.

The Coyotes also won their first game against the Ducks behind strong performances from their rookies. On October 14, Domi posted 1-1—2 and Duclair recorded his first career hat trick in a 4-0 victory at Anaheim. The Coyotes face the Ducks three more times this season: November 25 at home, February 5 at Anaheim, and March 3 at home.

Domi (7-6—13) and Duclair (6-2—8) have combined for 13-8—21 through the Coyotes’ opening 14 games of the season, including one-third of the club’s goals (13 of 39).

Domi shares first among rookies in goals (w/ Oscar Lindberg, NYR) and also ranks second in points, behind Blackhawks forward Artemi Panarin (4-11—15).

Boedker notched his first overtime goal in the regular season (397 GP). He also has scored two overtime goals in the playoffs (20 GP), in Games 3 and 4 of the 2012 Western Conference Quarterfinals at Chicago.

Ducks teammates Ryan Kesler and Sami Vatanen both collected 1-1—2 in the loss.  Ducks goaltender Frederik Andersen (24 SV) fell to 3-0-3 in seven career appearances versus the Coyotes (1.58 GAA, .940 SV%).

Coyotes forward Dustin Jeffrey picked up one assist in his first NHL appearance since April 13, 2014.

Goaltender Anders Lindback made 33 saves to earn his second win in a Coyotes uniform.

Coyotes captain Shane Doan appeared in his 1,408th career game to surpass Dale Hunter (1,407 GP) and move into sole possession of 33rd place on the NHL’s all-time games played list. He now is one game shy of tying Paul Coffey (1,409 GP) for 32nd place.


Thirty of the 43 games that have required overtime this season have been decided in the extra period (70%).  Last season, under the 4-on-4 format, the percentage of overtime periods with goals was 44% (136 of 306).


The Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday inducted five players and two builders – and also honored two media members (Bob McKenzie and Nick Nickson) – as part of its class of 2015.

2015 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductees:

Sergei Fedorov (Player)
Bill Hay (Builder)
Phil Housley (Player)
Peter Karmanos Jr. (Builder)
Nicklas Lidstrom (Player)
Chris Pronger (Player)
Angela Ruggiero (Player)


Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin, who has 483 career goals, looks to set the NHL record for goals by a Russian-born player when Washington visits Detroit at Joe Louis Arena. Ovechkin currently shares the record with Sergei Fedorov, the longtime Red Wings forward who finished his NHL career with the Capitals and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Both clubs will honor Fedorov, who will be in attendance, prior to Tuesday’s game.

“It’s going to be cool,” Ovechkin told the Washington Post. “It’s going to be something that’s a special moment for me. Obviously, it’s going to be nice to see him out there. It’s a big moment for him and for me as well going to be, if I’m going to break the record. You never know.”

“I would hug him in his uniform [if he breaks the record],” Fedorov added. “He’d be all wet and my suit would be ruined, but I wouldn’t care. I’ll put it somewhere in the closet. I’d cherish that moment.”

This game also marks the first time that Red Wings defenseman Mike Green faces his former club. Green, the 29th overall selection in the 2004 NHL Draft, played his first 10 NHL seasons with the Capitals, registering 113-247—360 in 575 contests. His 360 points rank fifth in franchise history for a defenseman, while his 113 goals share third (w/ Calle Johansson).

“I was there a long time and obviously, sometimes change is good. I felt I was becoming a little bit stagnant there, so I wanted to evolve,” Green told NHL.com. “It’ll be strange, but I’ve moved forward now. I think it’s more exciting than anything. I know the personality in the dressing room and how most of these guys play, so it will be fun. But it will be fun because we’re competing.”

MONDAY’S NHL RESULT (Home Team in Caps)

Arizona 4, ANAHEIM 3 (OT)

TUESDAY’S NHL ACTION (All Times Eastern)

St. Louis @ New Jersey, 7:00 p.m., FS-MW, MSG+
Carolina @ NY Rangers, 7:00 p.m., FS-CR, MSG 2
Colorado @ Philadelphia, 7:00 p.m., SNE, ALT, CSN-PH
Vancouver @ Columbus, 7:00 p.m., SNP, FS-O
Washington @ Detroit, 7:30 p.m., TVAS, CSN-DC+, FS-D
Buffalo @ Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m., NBCSN
Calgary @ Florida, 7:30 p.m., SNW, FS-F
Ottawa @ Nashville, 8:00 p.m., TSN5, RDS, FS-TN
Winnipeg @ Minnesota, 8:00 p.m., TSN3, FS-N
Toronto @ Dallas, 8:30 p.m., SNO, FS-SW+
Arizona @ Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m., FS-A, FS-W
NY Islanders @ San Jose, 10:30 p.m., MSG+, CSN-CA

By Staff of TheDailySportsHerald.com and news services

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