NHL Daily Power Play Recap 11/14/15: Ducks fall to Islanders, 4-1

November 14, 2015

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Leading 2-1 after two periods, the Islanders extended their advantage in the final frame with a pair of goals by Frans Nielsen as New York recorded its first regulation victory in Anaheim since March 12, 2004. Winning goaltender Thomas Greiss turned aside 24 of 25 shots to improve to 5-1-2 in his first eight appearances with the club (2.22 GAA, .930 SV%), while Josh Bailey (0-2—2) and Anders Lee (0-2—2) assisted on both Nielsen third-period markers.

Ducks forward Corey Perry scored his 301st career goal, passing Paul Kariya for sole possession of second place on the franchise’s all-time goals list. Teemu Selanne is Anaheim’s all-time leader with 457.

Perry (1-0—1) has 5-3—8 in his last six outings after posting 0-3—3 in his first 11 games of the season.

Islanders defenseman Adam Pelech made his NHL debut (13:19 TOI). A Toronto native who represented Canada at the 2014 IIHF World Junior Championship in Sweden, Pelech was a third-round pick by the Islanders (65th overall) in the 2012 NHL Draft.


After his team's 2-0 lead was erased in the third period, Sean Monahan (2-0—2) scored at 1:40 of overtime to secure a road win for the Flames at Washington.

Monahan tallied his fifth career overtime goal (174 GP). According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the 21-year-old center tied Theo Fleury (5 in 791 GP) for second place on the franchise’s all-time regular-season overtime goals list and moved within one of Jarome Iginla (6 in 1,219 GP) for the all-time lead.

Monahan also scored in regulation to post his first multi-goal game of the season. He has 4-1—5 in his last four outings after registering 2-6—8 in his first 14 games of the season.


Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith is expected to play tonight against the Central Division archrival Blues in St. Louis. The Blackhawks are 5-4-1 since the two-time Norris Trophy winner and reigning Conn Smythe Trophy recipient left the lineup with a knee injury. Chicago also activated defenseman Michal Rozsival, who is slated to make his season debut. The 37-year-old is set to play for the first time since fracturing his left ankle last season against Minnesota in Game 4 of the Western Conference Second Round.

In the clubs' memorable first encounter of the season 10 days ago, a 6-5 St. Louis overtime win at Chicago, the Blues became the 11th team in NHL history to win a game in which it allowed five first-period goals.

FRIDAY’S NHL RESULTS (Home Team in Caps)

Columbus 2, PITTSBURGH 1
Calgary 3, WASHINGTON 2 (OT)
San Jose 3, DETROIT 2
NY Islanders 4, ANAHEIM 1


NY Rangers @ Ottawa, 1:00 p.m., MSG, RDS, TSN5
Detroit @ Boston, 7:00 p.m., NHLN-US, FS-D, NESN
San Jose @ Buffalo, 7:00 p.m., CSN-CA, MSG-B, BELL TV
Vancouver @ Toronto, 7:00 p.m., CBC
Colorado @ Montreal, 7:00 p.m., TVAS, SN, ALT
Florida @ Tampa Bay, 7:00 p.m., FS-F, SUN
Pittsburgh @ New Jersey, 7:00 p.m., ROOT, MSG+
Philadelphia @ Carolina, 7:00 p.m., CSN-PH, FS-CR
Arizona @ Columbus, 7:00 p.m., FS-A PLUS, FS-O
Winnipeg @ Nashville, 7:00 p.m., CITY, FS-TN
Chicago @ St. Louis, 8:00 p.m., WGN, FS-MW
Minnesota @ Dallas, 8:00 p.m., FS-N, FS-SW+
Edmonton @ Los Angeles, 10:00 p.m., CBC, SN, FS-W

By Staff of TheDailySportsHerald.com and news services

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