Possible fights 4/27/13
New Jersey Devils (16) at New York Rangers (18) 3:00 PM ET - Preview
NJD: Krys Barch (6), David Clarkson (6), Tom Kostopoulos (2), Steve Bernier (1), Ryan Carter (1)
NYR: Arron Asham (6),
Montreal Canadiens (25) at Toronto Maple Leafs (44) 7:00 PM ET - Preview
MON: Brandon Prust (10), Travis Moen (4),
TOR: Colton Orr (13), Frazer McLaren (12), Mark Fraser (9),
Philadelphia Flyers (33) at Ottawa Senators (25) 7:00 PM ET - Preview
PHI: Wayne Simmonds (6),
OTT: Zack Smith (6), Matt Kassian (5), Chris Neil (5), Jared Cowen (2),
Boston Bruins (31) at Washington Capitals (16) 7:00 PM ET - Preview
BOS: Shawn Thornton (8), Adam McQuaid (6), Gregory Campbell (5), Milan Lucic (4), Zdeno Chara (2), Nathan Horton (2),
WAS: Matt Hendricks (7), Steve Oleksy (3), Jason Chimera (2), John Erskine (2), Mike Ribeiro (1), Aaron Volpatti (1), Troy Brouwer
Florida Panthers (19) at Tampa Bay Lightning (30) 7:00 PM ET - Preview
FLA: George Parros (9), Tyson Strachan (3),
TAM: B.J. Crombeen (14), Keith Aulie (4), Pierre-Cedric Labrie (4), Radko Gudas (2), Vincent Lecavalier (2),
Nashville Predators (21) at Columbus Blue Jackets (34) 7:00 PM ET - Preview
NAS: Rich Clune (12),
CBJ: Jared Boll (12),
Detroit Red Wings (14) at Dallas Stars (26) 7:00 PM ET - Preview
DET: Jordin Tootoo (8), Justin Abdelkader (2), Brendan Smith (2), Jonathan Ericsson (1), Brian Lashoff (1)
DAL: Eric Nystrom (7), Antoine Roussel (7), Brenden Dillon (3), Vernon Fiddler (2), Ryan Garbutt (2), Stephane Robidas (2), Jamie Benn (1), Cody Eakin (1), Lane MacDermid (1)
Carolina Hurricanes (23) at Pittsburgh Penguins (22) 7:30 PM ET - Preview
CAR: Kevin Westgarth (7), Nicolas Blanchard (4), Tim Gleason (4), Jay Harrison (3),
PIT: Deryk Engelland (6), Tanner Glass (6), Robert Bortuzzo (3), Craig Adams (2), Jarome Iginla (1), Tyler Kennedy (1), Brenden Morrow (1), Douglas Murray (1), Joe Vitale (1)
Minnesota Wild (24) at Colorado Avalanche (22) 7:30 PM ET - Preview
MIN: Zenon Konopka (9), Justin Falk (4), Clayton Stoner (4), Mike Rupp (3), Cal Clutterbuck (1), Charlie Coyle (1), Torrey Mitchell (1), Darroll Powe (1)
COL: Cody McLeod (7), Patrick Bordeleau (6), Jan Hejda (2), Brad Malone (2), Jamie McGinn (2),
Chicago Blackhawks (16) at St. Louis Blues (21) 8:00 PM ET - Preview
CHI: Brandon Bollig (5), Jamal Mayers (2), Andrew Shaw (2), Bryan Bickell (1), Sheldon Brookbank (1), Daniel Carcillo (1), Duncan Keith (1), Brent Seabrook (1), Viktor Stalberg (1), Jonathan Toews (1)
STL: Ryan Reaves (7), Chris Stewart (4), Barret Jackman (3), Roman Polak (2), Scott Nichol (1), T.J. Oshie (1), Wade Redden (1), Kris Russell (1), Vladimir Sobotka (1)
Vancouver Canucks (28) at Edmonton Oilers (13) 10:00 PM ET - Preview
VAN: Dale Weise (7), Zack Kassian (5), Tom Sestito (5),
EDM: Mike Brown (7), Ben Eager (1), Sam Gagner (1), Ryan Jones (1), Jeff Petry (1), Ladislav Smid (1), Ryan Whitney (1)
Phoenix Coyotes (16) at Anaheim Ducks (23) 10:00 PM ET - Preview
PHO: Paul Bissonnette (6), Kyle Chipchura (6), Shane Doan (1), David Moss (1),
ANA: Matt Beleskey (6), Corey Perry (3), Bryan Allen (2),
San Jose Sharks (18) at Los Angeles Kings (19) 10:30 PM ET - Preview
SAN: Andrew Desjardins (5),
LOS: Jordan Nolan (6), Kyle Clifford (5), Colin Fraser (3), Mike Richards (2), Dwight King (1), Trevor Lewis (1), Jake Muzzin (1)
Leafs vs Habs could be interesting. There is a good chance they will play each other in the first round so this would be a good opportunity for both teams to do some message sending.
That said, I'm not expecting much in most of the games tonight.
Anyone know if McLaren and Kassian will be dressed tonight?
If Leafs beat Habs, they will meet in the first round. Maybe if they get a big lead, they'll set the tone for the series.
I don't know what Lavy is going to do witht he Flyers line-up tonight. Its a good chance he plays Knuble as it may be his last chance at an NHL game. Hopefully Rosehill is not the one to suffer.
Give me Cowan vs. Simmonds as a year end lock. :o
Hopefully there's some carryover from the spirited last game between the caps and bruins but there's nothing to play for, every reason not to risk injury and it is the modern NHL.
Is Macintyre still up? I know all of the over hype about this guy but tonights game would be a perfect opportunity for him to play. Canes have been pretty active fighting over the last few games and the game means nothing to either one of them.
A lot of games tonight but I don't have much hope.
Obviously Toronto/Montreal could provide some excitement. I could see Suban stirring some crap and then one his team mates gets their ass kicked coming to his defense.
I'd like to think Philly/Otttawa would have a fight or two but other than Rosehill the rest of the team seems to have already given up for the season.
At this point of the season I'll take what ever I can get fight wise.
Fight predictions and outcomes:
David Clarkson vs. Ryane Clowe, draw/narrow win for Ryane Clowe.
Tanner Glass vs. Nicolas Blanchard, narrow win for Tanner Glass.
Mike Rupp vs. Patrick Bordeleau (rematch), clear win for Patrick Bordeleau.
Justin Falk vs. Jamie McGinn, draw.
Gabriel Dumont vs. Joe Colborne, narrow win for Joe Colborne.
Jay Rosehill vs. Matt Kassian, draw.
Wayne Simmonds vs. Zack Smith, narrow win for Wayne Simmonds.
Aaron Volpatti vs. Gregory Campbell, narrow win for Aaron Volpatti.
John Erskine vs. Milan Lucic, narrow win for Milan Lucic.
Mike Fisher vs. Brandon Dubinsky, decisive win for Mike Fisher.
Alex Petrovic vs. Nate Thompson, draw.
Brendan Smith vs. Jamie Benn, narrow win for Jamie Benn.
John Lu (@JohnLuTSNMtl) tweeted at 11:33 AM on Sat, Apr 27, 2013:
#Sens lines vs. Pha:
Greening - Turris - Alfredsson
Michalek - Zibanejad - Silfverberg
Condra - Pageau - Conacher
Kassian - Smith - Neil
Nice 4th line for Ottawa.
Some more real potential, hopefully it's not wasted!
I hope whatever was bothering Orr and McLaren they're good to go! Hoping for another one-sided beat down heading into the playoffs against (hopefully) Montreal
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