Jets D Byfuglien fined for slashing incident

Jets D Byfuglien fined for slashing incident

Jets D Byfuglien fined for slashing incident

Winnipeg captain Blake Wheeler said the Jets weren't sharp.

Western Conference and Flames are 5-1 in their last 6 vs. a team with a losing record and Flames are 5-1 in their last 6 Saturday games.

Lowry tied it 1-1 with 2:07 left in the period after he intercepted a pass by Flames forward Alan Quine, but 54 seconds later Gaudreau took a pass from Lindholm and put a backhand shot past a sprawled Hellebuyck to regain the lead.

Forwards Bryan Little and Patrik Laine were his highest-profile victims.

Both teams practiced at Calgary's Stampede Corral on Thursday, walking over from the Saddledome in full uniform.

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Gaudreau, or Hockey (whichever last name you prefer), was money in the Flames' first post-Christmas contest, notching a hat trick with his 17th, 18th and 19th tallies of the season - including a couple gems as Calgary's top unit of Gaudreau, Sean Monahan and Elias Lindholm was sizzling against the Jets on Thursday.

The incident happened at 17:51 of the third period, and Byfuglien was assessed a minor penalty for slashing.

Byfuglien, 33, has four goals and 28 points in 31 games this season with 52 penalty minutes.

Minnesota's prospects for the foreseeable future took a significant hit over the holidays when it was announced that Matt Dumba, its best defenseman, will be out for the next three months after having surgery to fix a ruptured pectoral muscle. He allowed three goals on 10 shots in a 5-2 loss to Chicago on Thursday and was replaced by backup Alex Stalock in the second period.

"He made some big saves and kept us in that game". They capitalized on their looks and we didn't. "It's not a good combination". Connor McDavid assisted on each goal and Mikko Koskinen absorbed the loss for the Oilers with four goals allowed on six shots before Cam Talbot stopped 14 shots in relief. He did not have to leave the ice to be examined by a concussion specialist.

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