NHL Recent Player News
|3/31/2015||Mike Smith, G|
|Smith moved closer to NHL infamy Monday.
Analysis: Smith made 32 saves in his 39th regulation defeat - the most in the NHL since Marc Denis had 41 for lowly Columbus in 2002-03. Only eight goalies have suffered 40 regulation losses and Smith's 'Yotes have five games left in his pursuit of avoiding that dubious distinction.
|3/31/2015||Anders Lindback, G|
|Lindback earned his fourth win Monday.
Analysis: Earned may be too strong a word for Lindback, who made 28 saves to beat Arizona as the NHL's worst teams turned in a predictably horrible affair in front of 13,612 fans at Gila River Arena. "It was our best game in a long time," Lindback said.
|3/31/2015||Brian Gionta, RW|
|Gionta had one goal and one assist Monday.
Analysis: Gionta has just 28 points but the blue-collar superstar is the type of player the lowly Sabres need to help them with leadershp as they endure this awful season.
|3/31/2015||Eddie Lack, G|
|Lack made 23 saves in Monday's 4-1 win at St. Louis.
Analysis: Lack is 7-3-1 with a 2.21 GAA in his last 11 starts.
|3/31/2015||Radim Vrbata, RW|
|Vrbata had a goal and an assist in Monday's 4-1 win at St. Louis.
Analysis: Vrbata has been sensational with five goals and 11 points over the last six games.
|3/31/2015||Ben Bishop, G|
|Bishop finished with 25 saves in Monday's 5-3 win at Montreal.
Analysis: Bishop has posted a 1.41 GAA in winning each of his last seven starts against the Canadiens.
|3/31/2015||Vladislav Namestnikov, C|
|Namestnikov had a monster night with two goals and an assist in Monday's 5-3 win at Montreal.
Analysis: Namestnikov has four goals and six points in the last five games.
|3/31/2015||Andrej Meszaros, D|
|Meszaros scored twice Monday.
Analysis: Meszaros has four goals in his last two games so he has found his groove.
|3/31/2015||Semyon Varlamov, G|
|Varlamov made 32 saves Monday.
Analysis: Varlamov was pulled last week against the Oilers and this time he stayed in to absorb all of the punishment Edmonton dished out.
|3/31/2015||Richard Bachman, G|
|Bachman made 29 saves in Monday's 4-1 win over the Avs.
Analysis: This has been quite a stretch for Bachman. He shut out Dallas - his former team - last week and now beat Colorado. Bachman played down the road at Colorado College in Colorado Springs. "Love Denver. It's a great city," Bachman said. "It's special to come here and play here and play in this building and be able to get a win."
|3/31/2015||Anton Lander, C|
|Lander had two assists Monday.
Analysis: Lander has 17 points after entering the season with eight in his career.
|3/31/2015||Andrew Miller, C|
|Miller had three assists Monday.
Analysis: Miller has six points in his last three games and is a young player with great skating and stick-handling ability.
|3/31/2015||Jamie Benn, LW|
|Benn had two assists in a 5-3 loss to Calgary on Monday night.
Analysis: The Dallas forward has five goals and five assists in his past seven games. He needs five points to match his career-high 79 from last season.
|3/31/2015||Jiri Hudler, RW|
|The red-hot Hudler scored yet another goal and had an assist in a 5-3 victory over Dallas on Monday night.
Analysis: Hudler now has 10 goals and 13 assists in 15 games since the beginning of March. He has set career marks with 29 goals and 42 assists this season.
|3/31/2015||Johnny Gaudreau, LW|
|Gaudreau had a goal and an assist in a 5-3 win over Dallas on Monday night.
Analysis: Gaudreau now leads all rookies with 60 points, one ahead of Nashville's Filip Forsberg. The goal was his 22nd.
|3/31/2015||Andrej Sekera, D|
|Sekera has a lower-body injury for the defending champs.
Analysis: Sekera is day to day.
|3/31/2015||Vladimir Tarasenko, RW|
|Tarasenko was injured in Monday's listless loss.
Analysis: The superstar, who has a team-high 71 points, has a leg injury.
|3/31/2015||Victor Hedman, D|
|Hedman left in the third period Monday because of an undisclosed injury.
Analysis: Lightning coach Jon Cooper said Hedman is questionable for Tuesday's game at Toronto.
|3/30/2015||Tyler Johnson, C|
|Johnson has an upper-body injury.
Analysis: Johnson is day to day.
|3/30/2015||Andrej Sustr, D|
|Sustr will miss at least one week.
Analysis: Sustr has an upper-body injury.
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