NHL Strat replay 2018-19 season January games.

JANUARY GAMES

Vancouver 3 at Calgary 4.  eir home arena the Flames squeezed out a victory over the Canucks by a final tally of 4 to 3. MARK JANKOWSKI netted the last goal, the game winner, at 19:21 of the 3rd period. Others who scored were ELIAS
PETTERSSON, BRANDON SUTTER and LOUI ERIKSSON for Vancouver and MIKAEL BACKLUND, ELIAS LINDHOLM and ANDREW MANGIAPANE for Calgary.

Florida 2 at Tampa 7.  In their home arena the Lightning romped over the Panthers by a score of 7 to 2. Tampa Bay finished with a flurry scoring 3 times in the third period. ANTHONY CIRELLI found the net twice and contributed one assist
for Tampa Bay. Others registering goals were JONATHAN HUBERDEAU and HENRIK BORGSTRÖM for Florida and NIKITA KUCHEROV, STEVEN STAMKOS, MATHIEU JOSEPH, ALEX KILLORN and RYAN McDONAGH for Tampa Bay.

Los Angeles 1 at San Jose 5.  In front of a cheering crowd the Sharks had no difficulty defeating the Kings by the final tally of 5 to 1. San Jose scored 3 goals in the second period. ERIK KARLSSON had three assists for San Jose. MARTIN JONES was outstanding in goal. He allowed just one goal while facing 29 shots. Goal scorers were ILYA KOVALCHUK for Los Angeles and TOMAS HERTL, KEVIN LABANC, LUKAS RADIL, JOONAS DONSKOI and MELKER KARLSSON for San Jose.

Edmonton 6 at Vegas 7 (OVERTIME).  On their home ice the Golden Knights won a close one against the Oilers by the score of 7 to 6. The game was all offense with the lamp being lit a total of 13 times. Vegas sustained a constant attack outshooting the Oilers 48 to 32. Vegas got going early, scoring 3 times in the first period. JONATHAN MARCHESSAULT scored the game’s final goal at 4:16 of overtime. LEON DRAISAITL came up big, he went for the hat-trick and passed for two assists for Edmonton. And RYAN NUGENT-HOPKINS scored twice and added three assists. Also MARCHESSAULT was dominating, scoring a hat-trick on 8 shots for Vegas. PAUL STASTNY had two goals and contributed two assists. ALEX TUCH scored once and passed for three assists. Other goal scorers were ALEX CHIASSON for Edmonton and OSCAR LINDBERG for Vegas.

Ottawa 4 at Boston 3.  The visiting team from Ottawa won a close one against the Bruins by the final score of 4 to 3. BRADY TKACHUK netted the winning goal at 7:21 of the 3rd period. MATT DUCHENE scored twice on 6 shots and contributed one assist for Ottawa. Others who scored were RUDOLFS BALCERS for Ottawa and JAKE DEBRUSK, DANTON HEINEN and DAVID BACKES for Boston.

Anaheim 0 at Arizona 1. In front of a cheering crowd the Coyotes won a close one against the Ducks by a final tally of 1 to 0. The defense for both squads was stout as the offenses struggled to score. NICK SCHMALTZ recorded the only goal of the game at 0:10 of the 2nd period. ANTTI RAANTA was outstanding in goal. He recorded the shutout while facing 43 shots.

Colorado 3  at Nashville 2 (OVERTIME) .  The visitors from Colorado won a close one against the Predators by the final score of 3 to 2. NATHAN MacKINNON netted the last goal, the game winner, at 1:05 of overtime. Other goal scorers were GABRIEL LANDESKOG and CARL SODERBERG for Colorado and NICK BONINO and COLTON SISSONS for Nashville.

Minnesota 4 at St.Louis 2.  In a close game, the Wild won over the Blues by the final tally of 4 to 2. Goals were registered by ZACH PARISE, MIKAEL GRANLUND, BRAD HUNT and NINO NIEDERREITER for Minnesota and VLADIMIR TARASENKO and RYAN O’REILLY for St. Louis. With the road victory Minnesota has now recorded 3 wins and 6 points for the season.

Chicago 0 at Dallas 2. In a close game, the Stars won over the Black Hawks by the final tally of 2 to 0. Dallas sustained a constant attack outshooting the Black Hawks 46 to 30. The game’s initial goal was sufficient as RADEK FAKSA lit the
lamp 7:55 of the 2nd period. BEN BISHOP was outstanding in goal. He was flawless in the shutout while facing 30 shots. A goal was also registered by TYLER PITLICK for Dallas.

Columbus 3 at Washington 2 (SHOOTOUT).  The visitors from Columbus prevailed in a shootout over the Capitals by a final tally of 3 to 2. The shootout’s game deciding goal was recorded by ARTEMI PANARIN. The Blue Jackets was 2 for 2 in shootout attempts, while the Capitals went 0 for 2. Columbus poured on the pressure outshooting the Capitals 47 to 29. Goal scorers were JOSH ANDERSON and BOONE JENNER for Columbus and ALEX OVECHKIN and BRETT CONNOLLY for Washington.

Detroit 2 at Toronto 3 (Overtime). In front of a cheering crowd the Maple Leafs squeezed out a victory over the Red Wings by the final score of 3 to 2. JOHN TAVARES scored the game’s final goal at 4:06 of overtime. TAVARES scored twice on 7 shots and contributed one assist for Toronto. And MORGAN RIELLY scored once on 6 shots and added two assists. Other goal scorers were ANTHONY MANTHA and THOMAS VANEK for Detroit.

Buffalo 3 at Montreal 2 (SHOOTOUT) . The team from Buffalo prevailed in a shootout over the Canadiens by the score of 3 to 2. The shootout’s game deciding goal was scored by KYLE OKPOSO. The Sabres was 2 for 3 in shootout attempts, while the Canadiens went 1 for 3. Goal scorers were JACK EICHEL and JAKE McCABE for Buffalo and BRENDAN GALLAGHER and MAX DOMI for Montreal.

New Jersey 2 at New York Islanders 4.   Thomas Greiss picks up the win as the Islanders defeat the Devils at home in a tight game.

NY Rangers 3 at Pittsburgh 2 (SHOOTOUT) .  The visiting team from New York R won a shootout against the Penguins by the final score of 3 to 2. The shootout’s game deciding goal was scored by JIMMY VESEY. The Rangers was 2 for 5 in shootout attempts, while the Penguins went 1 for 5. The goals were scored by CHRIS KREIDER and KEVIN SHATTENKIRK for New York R and PATRIC HORNQVIST and MATT CULLEN for Pittsburgh.

Philadelphia 0 at Carolina 3 .  In front of a cheering crowd the Hurricanes had an easy win over the Flyers by a final score of 3 to 0. The first goal was enough as LUCAS WALLMARK scored 10:44 of the 1st period. CURTIS McELHINNEY was outstanding in goal. He recorded the shutout while facing 27 shots. Other goal scorers were SEBASTIAN AHO and MICHEAL FERLAND for Carolina.

St.Louis Stars at NY Lincoln Giants

St.Louis Stars 8 at New York Lincoln Giants 6. St.Louis jumped out to a 5-0 lead after three innings only to see NY chip away and make it 5-3 after six innings. But the Stars score three in the top of the eight to pull away and then hang on for dear life as the Giants score three in the bottom of the ninth to make things close. But St.Louis hangs on for a big 8-6 win. For the Stars Oscar Charleston had a home run and two rbis as did Willie Wells and Candy Jim Taylor. Ted Trent the pitcher had a key two run single in the bottom  of the eighth to help his cause. For the Lincoln Giants Chaney White score a run and had two rbis. Tubby Scales had a solo shot, Pop Lloyd went 4/6 with and rbi and Chino Smith went 2/5 with a run scoring single. Leon Day started for the Giants and Ted Trent picked up the win for the Stars.

 

Negro leagues. Homestead at Chicago American Giants.

Negro leagues. Homestead 9 at Chicago American Giants 8.. Chicago jumped all over Bill Byrd for 9 hits and 5 runs in teh second inning only to see HOmestead score 8 runs in teh final two innings in a huge come from behind 9-8 victory for Homestead. Josh Gibson’s 3 run shot in the top of the ninth was the big blow for Homestead. Sammy Hughes also had three rbis for the Grays. Quincy Trouppe , Turkey Stearnes and Bill Monroe all had three rbis for Chicago in the loss. Big Bill Foster was terrific for Chicago for 7+ innings. But things fell apart in the 8th and Tommy Williams and Willie Powell could not save the day.

Negro tournament. Homestead Grays at St.Louis Stars

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Negro tournament. Homestead Grays 14 at St.Louis Stars 5 .  Homestead jumps all over pitchers Roosevelt Davis and Bill Drake for a combined 14 runs on 16 hits. Josh Gibson led the way with two home runs and five rbis. Buck Leonard had two doubles , a triple and three rbis. For St.Louis Candy Jim Taylor hit a double, a triple and had three rbis. Sam Streeter went the distance for the win.

Kansas City Monarchs at New York Lincoln Giants

Kansas City Monarchs at New York Lincoln Giants. KC scored one in the first when Buck O’Neil singled home TJ Young. But New York came back in the vengeance in the third inning.  Fats Jenkins singled, Chino Smith got hit by a pitch, and then singles by Luis Santop, Chaney White and Ray Dandridge scored three runs for the home team. The Monarchs closed  the lead in the 6th when Oscar Johnson tripled and scored on Williard Brown’s ground out.  But that is how it ended, New York beats Kansas City 3-2.  Day was the winner and Rogan was the loser. 

2018-2019 NHL replay Standings

7 game round robin standings. Top four teams in each division move into the playoffs.



                      DIVISION STANDINGS FOR 2018-2019 NHL                      

                        STANDINGS FOR Eastern Conference                        

DIVISION : Atlantic
                       TOTALS                              --HOME RECORD--  --ROAD RECORD--   LAST 10  ACTUAL
TEAM                   GP  W  L  T OT PTS  GF  GA DIF ROW   W  L  T OT PTS   W  L  T OT PTS   W  L  T  RECORD
Boston Bruins           3  3  0  0  0   6  15   1  14   3   1  0  0  0   2   2  0  0  0   4   3  0  0  49-24-0-9
Toronto Maple Leafs     3  3  0  0  0   6  11   7   4   3   2  0  0  0   4   1  0  0  0   2   3  0  0  46-28-0-8
Montreal Canadiens      3  2  1  0  0   4  11  11   0   2   1  1  0  0   2   1  0  0  0   2   2  1  0  44-30-0-8
Tampa Bay Lightning     3  1  2  0  0   2   9  11  -2   1   0  1  0  0   0   1  1  0  0   2   1  2  0  62-16-0-4

Florida Panthers        3  1  2  0  0   2   7  12  -5   1   0  1  0  0   0   1  1  0  0   2   1  2  0  36-32-0-14
Detroit Red Wings       3  1  2  0  0   2   7  13  -6   1   0  2  0  0   0   1  0  0  0   2   1  2  0  32-40-0-10
Buffalo Sabres          3  1  2  0  0   2   7   9  -2   1   1  0  0  0   2   0  2  0  0   0   1  2  0  33-39-0-10
Ottawa Senators         3  0  3  0  0   0   9  12  -3   0   0  2  0  0   0   0  1  0  0   0   0  3  0  29-47-0-6

DIVISION : Metropolitan
                       TOTALS                              --HOME RECORD--  --ROAD RECORD--   LAST 10  ACTUAL
TEAM                   GP  W  L  T OT PTS  GF  GA DIF ROW   W  L  T OT PTS   W  L  T OT PTS   W  L  T  RECORD
Washington Capitals     3  3  0  0  0   6  14   6   8   2   1  0  0  0   2   2  0  0  0   4   3  0  0  48-26-0-8
New York I Islanders    3  2  0  0  1   5  10   6   4   2   1  0  0  0   2   1  0  0  1   3   2  1  0  48-27-0-7
Pittsburgh Penguins     3  2  1  0  0   4   9   5   4   2   1  1  0  0   2   1  0  0  0   2   2  1  0  44-26-0-12
Columbus Blue Jackets   3  2  1  0  0   4   7   8  -1   1   1  0  0  0   2   1  1  0  0   2   2  1  0  47-31-0-4

Carolina Hurricanes     3  1  1  0  1   3   5   5   0   1   1  0  0  1   3   0  1  0  0   0   1  2  0  46-29-0-7
New York R Rangers      3  1  1  0  1   3   5   8  -3   1   1  1  0  0   2   0  0  0  1   1   1  2  0  32-36-0-14
New Jersey Devils       3  1  2  0  0   2   5  12  -7   0   0  2  0  0   0   1  0  0  0   2   1  2  0  31-41-0-10
Philadelphia Flyers     3  0  3  0  0   0   5  10  -5   0   0  1  0  0   0   0  2  0  0   0   0  3  0  37-37-0-8

                        STANDINGS FOR Western Conference                        

DIVISION : Central
                       TOTALS                              --HOME RECORD--  --ROAD RECORD--   LAST 10  ACTUAL
TEAM                   GP  W  L  T OT PTS  GF  GA DIF ROW   W  L  T OT PTS   W  L  T OT PTS   W  L  T  RECORD
Minnesota Wild          3  3  0  0  0   6  10   7   3   3   2  0  0  0   4   1  0  0  0   2   3  0  0  37-36-0-9
St. Louis Blues         2  2  0  0  0   4  16   4  12   2   2  0  0  0   4   0  0  0  0   0   2  0  0  45-28-0-9
Winnipeg Jets           3  1  1  0  1   3  13  11   2   1   0  0  0  1   1   1  1  0  0   2   1  2  0  47-30-0-5
Dallas Stars            2  1  0  0  1   3   6   5   1   1   1  0  0  0   2   0  0  0  1   1   1  1  0  43-32-0-7

Chicago Black Hawks     3  1  2  0  0   2  13  21  -8   1   0  1  0  0   0   1  1  0  0   2   1  2  0  36-34-0-12
Nashville Predators     2  1  1  0  0   2  10   7   3   1   0  1  0  0   0   1  0  0  0   2   1  1  0  47-29-0-6
Colorado Avalanche      3  0  3  0  0   0   4  17 -13   0   0  1  0  0   0   0  2  0  0   0   0  3  0  38-30-0-14

DIVISION : Pacific
                       TOTALS                              --HOME RECORD--  --ROAD RECORD--   LAST 10  ACTUAL
TEAM                   GP  W  L  T OT PTS  GF  GA DIF ROW   W  L  T OT PTS   W  L  T OT PTS   W  L  T  RECORD
Arizona Coyotes         3  3  0  0  0   6  17   2  15   3   2  0  0  0   4   1  0  0  0   2   3  0  0  39-35-0-8
Anaheim Ducks           3  2  1  0  0   4   8   9  -1   2   1  0  0  0   2   1  1  0  0   2   2  1  0  35-37-0-10
Los Angeles Kings       3  2  1  0  0   4   8   7   1   2   2  0  0  0   4   0  1  0  0   0   2  1  0  31-42-0-9
Edmonton Oilers         3  2  1  0  0   4   8  10  -2   2   1  1  0  0   2   1  0  0  0   2   2  1  0  35-38-0-9

San Jose Sharks         3  2  1  0  0   4  11  10   1   2   1  0  0  0   2   1  1  0  0   2   2  1  0  46-27-0-9
Calgary Flames          4  1  3  0  0   2   8  13  -5   1   1  1  0  0   2   0  2  0  0   0   1  3  0  50-25-0-7
Vegas Golden Knights    3  1  2  0  0   2   6   8  -2   1   1  1  0  0   2   0  1  0  0   0   1  2  0  43-32-0-7
Vancouver Canucks       4  0  3  0  1   1   9  16  -7   0   0  0  0  1   1   0  3  0  0   0   0  4  0  35-36-0-11


Strat hockey 2018-2019 San Jose at Vancouver

Strat hockey 2018-2019 San Jose 4 at Vancouver 3 (OVERTIME) . See complete NHL replay under NHL replays * 2018-2019 NHL.   

The visiting team from San Jose won a close one against the Canucks by the score of 4 to 3. LOGAN COUTURE closed out the scoring with the game winner at 0:23 of overtime. TOMAS HERTL contributed three assists for San Jose. Other goal scorers were TIMO MEIER, JOE PAVELSKI and EVANDER KANE for San Jose and ELIAS PETTERSSON, JAKE VIRTANEN and CHRIS TANEV replied for Vancouver.