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SenShot Around The NHL Roundup


SenShot’s Around the NHL will recap last night’s game action and update you on any news from around the NHL.

With a light schedule last night with only three games, they all provided a lot action to keep how hockey starved souls happy. Let’s take a look at last night’s game action.

3 Colorado AvalancheColumbus Blue Jackets 2 (SO)

With the Blue Jackets off to a horrible 0-3 start, they were hoping the Avs who are on a five game road trip were ripe for the picking. With the Jackets getting two goals on the board, one being Rick Nash‘s first of the year, Columbus looked to be on their way to victory lane. But with some late minute heroics, rookie Gabriel Landeskog was able to tip in his first NHL career goal and the game tying goal.

With the game going to a shootout, the Blue Jackets failed to get the win and now spot a ugly 0-3-1 record. Check out the Game Highlights courtesy of

4 Vancouver CanucksPhiladelphia Flyers 5

In a match-up between the last two runner-ups to the Stanley Cup, this game turned into a high scoring affair as both teams used the powerplay to put up goals. The Canucks came to play as they outshot the Flyers 40-27, but their penalty trouble put them behind early. Claude Giroux continued his stellar play as he notched a goal and two assists and Ilya Bryzgalov has earned his enormous contract as he has won all three of the Flyers games so far.

Roberto Luongo did his part to add fuel to the goalie controversy going on in Vancouver as he had another shaky performance. The Canucks are now 1-1-1 to start the year off and have yet to find their game. Check out the Game Highlights courtesy of

2 Boston BruinsCarolina Hurricanes 3

The Stanley Cup Champs have looked anything but as they suffered their third loss of the year. With their defense as their backbone to the team, the offense has not been doing their part to help the B’s win. With only five players who have scored four games into the season, the B’s have not gotten any production from their big guns. The B’s also went 0-5 on the powerplay which is starting to become a huge concern for the team.

Carolina on the other hand got their first win of the season as they rode Cam Ward who made 26 saves for the win. Like most night for the Canes, if Ward is not their best player, they will have a slim chance of winning. Check out the Game Highlights courtesy of

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