Rangers score 3 in final 6 minutes, rally past Sens 3-2
OTTAWA, Ontario — (AP) — Chris Kreider, Ryan Lindgren and Barclay Goodrow all scored in the final six minutes to rally the New York Rangers past the Ottawa Senators 3-2 Saturday. Ottawa led 2-0 after Josh Norris' goal early in the third period, but the Senators unravelled late. Goodrow scored the winner with 2:03 left by deflecting a long shot from Sammy Blais past Forsberg. Nick Paul had the other goal for Ottawa, scoring on the Senators’ first shot after a setup from Tim Stutzle. Georgiev, making his second start of the season, made an incredible point-blank save on Artem Zub in the final minutes of the second period.wftv.com
NHL offseason moves influenced by coronavirus' impact on cap
Zdeno Chara is no longer in Boston after the Bruins captain signed with Washington. And the Sabres made an even bigger splash in free agency by landing 2018 NHL MVP Taylor Hall in October. Hall, for example, signed a one-year, $8 million deal with Buffalo by realizing the free-agent market was going to be tight. Oilers general manager Ken Holland chalked it up to the new economic realities facing the NHL. “It’s salary-cap related, which is related to the pandemic, which has given us a hard, flat cap for the foreseeable future,” Holland said.