New York plays New Jersey for division showdown
New York Rangers (31-34-13, seventh in the Metropolitan Division) vs. New Jersey Devils (29-40-10, eighth in the Metropolitan Division)
New Jersey and St. Louis meet for non-conference matchup
St. Louis Blues (41-28-8, third in the Central Division) vs. New Jersey Devils (29-40-9, eighth in the Metropolitan Division)
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Brett Connolly sparked a three-goal second period and the Washington Capitals moved into first place in the Metropolitan Division with a 4-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils...
Devils get balanced scoring in 6-3 win over Oilers
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — The New Jersey Devils snapped out of their slump and put a dent in the Edmonton Oilers' playoff push.
Kenny Agostino, Damon Severson and Kevin Rooney each had a goal...
Gaudreau powers Flames past Devils 9-4
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Johnny Gaudreau had three goals and three assists, and the Calgary Flames scored six times in the third period on their way to a 9-4 victory over the New Jersey Devils on...
Petry, Price lead Canadiens to 6-4 win over Hurricanes
MONTREAL (AP) — The Montreal Canadiens showed their mettle after their worst performance of the season.
Jeff Petry scored twice as the Canadiens defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 6-4 on Thursday night.
Matthew Peca, Brendan Gallagher, Artturi Lehkonen and Andrew Shaw also scored for the Canadiens, who have won four of their last five games. Phillip Danault and Kenny Agostino each had two assists.
The Canadiens were coming off a season-worst 7-1 loss to the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday.
Across the NHL universe experts love to peg the “winners and losers” of free agency, clubs that improved themselves in the market that opened for business last Saturday or were either unwilling or unable to make moves to improve.
The Bruins, having signed AHL MVP forward Kenny Agostino (17 NHL games in three years) and potential No.??7 defenseman Paul Postma, do not appear on any list as a winner.
Agostino helps Blues beat Flyers 2-0
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The St. Louis Blues kicked off a big five-game trip with a solid performance in Philadelphia.
Carter Hutton led the way.
Hutton had 26 saves, Kenny Agostino scored his first goal in almost three years and the Blues beat the Flyers 2-0 on Monday night.
"We battled, played tight defensive hockey, and found a way," Hutton said.
Blues’ Fabbri out for rest of season with ACL injury in knee
ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis Blues forward Robby Fabbri will miss the rest of the season because of left knee injury.
The team announced Sunday that Fabbri is out with an ACL injury and will be back for 2017-18 training camp. In corresponding roster moves, St. Louis recalled Magnus Paajarvi and Kenny Agostino from Chicago of the American Hockey League.