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The Batman Postponed To March 2022

2020.10.12 15:26 JAMESFAULKNERSS The Batman Postponed To March 2022

The Batman is again pushed back to the 2022 release. It is an upcoming Matt Reeves movie with a new Caped Crusader as Robert Pattinson.
📷The Batman is an upcoming superhero movie based on the DC Comics of the same name. Matt Reeves is the director of the film, and Peter Craig writes the screenplay. Pattinson is in the movie as Bruce Wayne or the Batman along with other actors like Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, Zoe Kravitz, Barry Keoghan, Andy Serkis, Jayme Lawson, and Colin Farrell. And fans are impatiently waiting to watch the Reeve’s kind of Batman, but due to many challenges and circumstances, Warner Bros. has to push the releasing date back by several months.
The Batman is set during the hero’s second year of fighting crimes and which follows the corruption of Gotham City, a riddle obsessed serial killer, and faces the Riddler.
Originally the movie was being developed by Ben Affleck who later stepped down from direction in 2017 and stuck to the writing, producing, and acting of the film after that Reeves took over the directorial part and reworked on the story of the younger Batman. In 2019, Affleck left the project entirely, and Pattinson is then cast as the new Batman for the film.
The shooting of the movie started in London, England in January 2020 but the shoot was delayed due to the global pandemic COVID-19. The filming resumed in early September, but the team again had to halt it because as few days Pattinson was tested COVID-19 positive. However, the shooting continued after two weeks with Robert returning safely.
Now Warner Bros. has decided to release the most anticipated movie, The Batman on 4 March 2022 instead of the October release in 2021.
The delay by the team and the production makes sense as during this challenging time the crew has to work accordingly. While most countries are frightened that the cold will hit in the health crisis might become deadlier. And knowing the chances, the shooting of the movie might again shut down with no clear timeline. Warner Bros. also would plan it more strategically by forcing the matter not making the original target date. Hence, it is essential to reschedule the slate to have the luxury of picking the prime slots.
Meanwhile, superhero movies offer different excitement to the public, and hence the franchise can expect a big box office haul despite the delay. It is also good to note that Pattinson and Reeves’ The Batman is releasing three-week before the release of Doctor Strange of Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The above are some latest updates regarding the movie The Batman. I hope you liked the article.
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2020.09.04 00:01 autotldr Robert Pattinson Tests Positive For Covid-19, Halting ‘The Batman’ Production

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Robert Pattinson has reportedly tested positive for Covid-19, causing the production of 'The Batman' to come to a halt.
Said in a statement, "A member of The Batman production has tested positive for Covid-19, and is isolating in accordance with established protocols. Filming is temporarily paused." While the studio did not specify which member of production was infected, sources tell Vanity Fair that Robert is the individual mentioned.
This is the second time production on the film has shut down, the first back in March at the start of the lockdown.
The film stars Robert as the titular character, Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler, and Colin Farrell as The Penguin.
The movie is set to premiere in 2021-no word yet on if this latest production halt will cause a change in premiere date.
Access Hollywood has reached out to Robert Pattinson's representatives for comment.
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2020.08.01 11:15 stormebreaker After VERY long consideration, I have finally determined a Top 30 List

These are my top 30 favourite films of all time, not what I believe to be the 30 best movies of all time (that's a whole other list.) But yes, I had a lot of fun rewatching some of these and, in some cases, relive my childhood.
Number 30 - "About a Boy" (2003)
Director: The Weitz Brothers
I remember the first time I watched About a Boy was on TV with commercials every 25 minutes (and I hate that), but I was so hooked on this romantic comedy and what I believe to still be Hugh Grant's best acting performance to date.
Number 29 - "There Will Be Blood" (2007)
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
I mean TWBB is a bonafide masterpiece and is probably one of the best films ever made. If I had to choose my favourite thing about it, it would be Daniel Day-Lewis' relationship with everyone in his life (especially Paul Dano) and how he continually exploits them for his personal gain.
Number 28 - "Nocturnal Animals" (2016)
Director: Tom Ford
In my opinion one of the most underappreciated films of the 21st century. Jake Gyllenhaal, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon and Aaron Taylor-Jones all should have won the Oscar that year. If you've never seen it, I adore you to check it out.
Number 27 - "Ratatouille" (2007)
Director: Brad Bird
One of my childhood movies. I always cried as a kid at the end, just because I didn't wanna leave the world.
Number 26 - "Citizen Kane" (1941)
Director: Orson Welles
I know, unpopular opinion (especially for those who went to film school), but Citizen Kane is just one of these movies I was always drawn to. Plus I love Orson Welles.
Number 25 - "Casino Royale" (2006)
Director: Martin Campbell
A Bond film had to get on here and Casino Royale is probably the best of the bunch. I think I watched most of the Bond movies with my mother and I cherish these memories. Can't wait to see No Time to Die with her.
Number 24 - "The Hurt Locker" (2009)
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
The Hurt Locker is special. I've heard that it's complete bullshit compared to actual military, but I love it nonetheless. Plus it has probably my favourite ending of any movie ever.
Number 23 - "Memento" (2000)
Director: Christopher Nolan
Another movie they like to show in film school. The execution of it is genius and the story really hits me everytime I see it. I don't care that it has a "gimmick".
Number 22 - "Birdman" (2014)
Director: Alejandro Gonzalez Iñaritu
Yeah I was blown away when I watched it. I've never seen anything like this before, plus I act myself so I know the feeling what Michael Keaton is going through in this movie.
Number 21 - "Apocalypse Now" (1979)
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
The first time I watched Apocalypse Now, I accidentaly watched the Redux, which was very overwhelming. I prefer the original 1979 cut.
Number 20 - "Cars" (2005)
Director: John Lasseter
Yeah Cars is weird, I'll give you that (why are there sidewalks?). Cars was my ultimate childhood movie, which I watched almost everyday. I can still pop it in and get some enjoyment and nostalgia out of it.
Number 19 - "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" (2004)
Director: Michael Gondry.
I cry every single time. I'm an emotional guy leave me alone. Both Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet were absolutely snubbed by the way.
Number 18 - "Alien" (1979)
Director: Ridley Scott
Ridley Scott can be very hit and miss, but Alien is without a doubt the best of the bunch. I've seen all the other Alien movies and I wished I skipped Alien Resurrection.
Number 17 - "Edward Scissorhands" (1990)
Director: Tim Burton
Such a beautiful movie. The one that put Johnny Depp on the mat. I was honestly kind of disturbed by it as a kid, but I still see it as a children's movie because its story is very "real", if you know what I mean.
Number 16 - "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" (2019)
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Unpopular opinion, I know. But this movie has everything I need out of a comedy, and the acting is phenomenal. The soundtrack is great too.
Number 15 - "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968)
Director: Stanley Kubrick
It's perfect, what do you want me to say?
Number 14 - "Psycho" (1960)
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
This movie was my introduction to horror, which is now one of my favourite genres. Norman/Norma Bates is probably my favourite character ever.
Number 13 - "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991)
Another perfect movie. The first interrogation scene still gives me chills.
Number 12 - "Raging Bull" (1980)
Director: Martin Scorsese
To quote King Missile: HE MAKES THE BEST F*CKING MOVIES!
Number 11 - "No Country for Old Men" (2007)
Director: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen
Oh, I love it so much. All the actors are great. It's also one of these movies where you would remove one scene, or rearrange a few scenes, it would ruin the whole movie.
Number 10 - "The Wolf of Wall Street" (2013)
Director: Martin Scorsese
It feels like Marty took everything he ever learned and put it in one movie to create his best movie to date.
Number 09 - "The Shining" (1980)
Director: Stanley Kubrick
The greatest horror movie of all time. Shelly Duvall gets way too much shit for her performance, I think she deserved the Oscar so damn much.
Number 08 - "Inglourious Basterds" (2009)
Director: Quentin Tarantino
I watched this at a drive in theatre a few weeks ago, one of the best cinema experiences I ever had. Also Christoph Waltz is peek acting.
Number 07 - "The Godfather" (1972)
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
It was either this or Part II, but I've gone with this, because without it Part II obviously wouldn't exist. And Marlon Brando's absence was felt in the sequel, even though Robert De Niro did a great job as well.
Number 06 - "The Prestige" (2006)
Director: Christopher Nolan
One of these movies where I'm mindblown everytime. I could literally watch it everyday.
Number 05 - "Lady Bird" (2017)
Director: Greta Gerwig
Lots of personal significance for me. The second best film of last decade.
Number 04 - "Dark Knight" (2008)
Director: Christopher Nolan
Greatness. Just greatness. RIP Heath Ledger.
Number 03 - "Fight Club" (1999)
Director: David Fincher
My ultimate go to movie when I want to watch something with my friends. I love to see the expressions on their faces when the twist happens.
Number 02 - "Parasite" (2019)
Director: Bong Joon-Ho
I was mezmerized the whole movie. The greatest movie of the 21st century so far. One of the greatest movies ever made, and it's more than just recency bias.
Numbee 01 - "The Shawshank Redemption" (1994)
Director: Frank Darabont
I know, boring choice, but it's true. I cry ever single time at the end. Everything about the movie is great. And the overall message of the film is the best anyway.
Get busy livin'... or get busy dyin'.
Thank you.
Sorry for robbing your and my time.
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2020.07.17 23:01 Chimichangas33 Chimichangas33: #93: There Will Be Blood(2007) and #94: Mean Streets(1973)

93 There Will Be Blood(2007)

Date Watched: 7/16/20
My Thoughts: There Will Be Blood is only the third Paul Thomas Anderson movie that I’ve seen, the others being Magnolia and Inherent Vice. There Will Be Blood stars Daniel Day Lewis as Daniel Plainview, an interesting and complex character that I couldn’t stop watching. He’s one of those “bad guy” characters that seemed so ambitious that you almost have to admire him despite his flawed morality. He is a monopoly (oil)man that wants to buy up a whole bunch of land to drill into and seep out all of the oil. Through his character and his conflicts with his family and the people he did business with we dive into broad but deep themes of humanity, greed, religion and even capitalism. It’s got great cinematography and an amazing score. Of course Daniel Day Lewis was great but Paul Dano was incredible too. Paul Dano played the role of creepy weasel great, I can’t wait to see him take on the role of The Riddler in Matt Reeves’ Batman. There Will Be Blood is great and even a day later I can’t stop thinking about it even after watching other movies and TV shows.
Grade: A- but after multiple viewings I could see it jumping up to an A or A+

94 Mean Streets(1973)

Date Watched: 7/16/20
My Thoughts: Mean Streets is one of Scorsese’s first films and his first venture into the world of gangster films. It feels very similar to ones that he’d go on to make later in his career like Goodfellas and Casino but with the raw 70s style he had when he was making movies like Taxi Driver. It stars Harvey Keitel and Robert De Niro in their younger days. De Niro plays a reckless and unreliable friend while Keitel plays a young man whose torn between doing work for his mob boss uncle and his faith a catholic man. It has a lot of Scorsese-isms such as narration from the main character, lots of violence, tracking shots, long takes and Robert De Niro.
Grade: B
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2020.06.03 16:13 film_nerd406 The X-Men Season 3 - Lost Part (PART A)

Season 3 - Lost Past (PART A)
Executive Producer - Damon Lindelof

Episode 1 - If Tomorrow Never Comes
Everything slowly starts off in black befor abrudtly cutting to a wide shot of a poor, shoddy area. Trash lines the street, and as rats scurry across the floor, the camera slowly pans up to a small apartment building. Eventually, the camera goes to one of the windows, where we see a groggy and tired man (Paul Dano) sitting on his reclining chair and watching television. As the man flips through the television channels, he suddenly stops and widens his eyes as he comes across a shocking news report. From the date of the report, we can see that it's January of 1985. The man's entire attention goes to the news report, and as he does, we notice that a clothing tag on shirt reads, "Jason Wyngarde." Everything cuts to the news report, where we see that's is showing footage of Erik Lensherr's (Edward Norton) attack on Times Square at the end of the first season. -Jason slowly smiles, and a look of inspiration appears in his eyes. Jason begins to stand up, and as he does, his eyes mysteriously glow white. All the sudden, a large explosion occurs outside, followed by Jason bursting into maniacal laughter before promising to bring hell on humanity. CUT TO BLACK. After a couple seconds of darkness, we cut to the cold streets Harlem where a crew is taking down decorations for the New Years of 1986. As this happens, a man walks in front of the camera, and as the camera pans up to the man's face, we can see that this is none other than Logan (Aaron Paul). Logan reaches into his pocket and takes out a ciggerate, which he then puts in his mouth and lights it as he sorrowfully looks into the distance. Throughout the past five months, Logan has been tirelessly searching for his past, but this has been to no avail. Logan heavily suspects that Willaim Stryker (Matthew McCounaghey) may be involved in his past, but the man is nowhere to be found and has completley gone off the radar. On the other hand, Logan remains grateful for now having a moral sense of right and wrong, becoming a much better person and only killing when absolutely necessary. Several hours later, Logan arrives back at his motel room, looking at the little money he has left after spending it all while searching for his past. As he counts the money, Logan bursts into rage, yelling at himself and punching a massive hole in the wall before leaving in a hurry, accidentally leaving his money behind as he does. Right at that moment, everything cuts to the school, where things have become much diffrent ever since Charles Xavier (David Tennant) went into a coma. In the hallways of the school, Anna Marrie (Sophia Lillis) walks towards a room, her footsteps echoing as we pan up to see the stressed but determined look on her face. Soon, Anna reaches an office and enters it where Hank McCoy (David Oyelowo) sits in the headmaster's chair. As Anna sits down acorss from Hank, we realize that Hank has temporarily replaced Charles as headmaster of the school, and just from Hank's demeanor we can tell the amount of stress he's going through. After a breif moment of silence, Anna tells Hank that while she shouldn't be worrying about this, many of the students are leaving the school and aren't getting the guidence they need. Anna continues, saying that as someone with extremley dangerous powers, she's beggining to lose control of them as she isn't learning how to use them following Hank becoming in charge. Trying to keep his frustration hidden, Hank tells Anna, "I apoligze, but you have no idea what I'm going through. I've never been put in a position like this, and..."Hank pauses, then looking down in sadness and tearfully saying that he just wants Charles back, to which Anna says, "He might never wake up, so we all need to be doing the best we can to adjust." After wiping the tears from his eyes, Hank quietly nods before thanking Anna and promising to work on getting things back to normal. The following day, Scott Summers (Timothee Chalamet) and Jean Gray (Florence Pugh) eat breakfast together, now happily dating but at the same time worrying about Charles' fate. As Scott and Jean eat, they see a news report about the X-Men, causing the two of them to give a slight smile. Since the formation of the X-Men, the world has become more accepting of mutants, and while msot people still heavily discriminate against them, it's not to the degree that they used to. Elsewhere, Anna attempts to talk to Bobby Drake (Jack Dylan Grazer), but he ignores her and walks away. Bobby has been acting like this for months now, and Anna has become suspicious. Afterwards, Bobby walks into his room and transforms into Raven Darkholme (Lupita Nyong'o), who's been disguising herself as Bobby and inflitrating Bobby ever since the ending of the second season. As Raven sits down, everything cuts to the middle of a plain, where John Allerdyce (Jesse Plemmons) walks up to a large, underground cage where the real Bobby is being held captive. John is only giving Bobby enough food and water to survive, and would likely be fully torturing him if it Raven didn't command him to not hurt Bobby, showing that she has at least some sympathy. An exhausted and sleep deprived Bobby swears to John that he'll get out of here, to which John chuckles and spits at Bobby before walking away. That evening, Logan finds an old, abonded church, and needing a place to stay for the night after leaving his money at the motel, walks up the front stairs and slowly enters the church. CUT TO BLACK.

Episode 2 - The River
Not long after the ending of episode 1, Logan enters the large yet abonded church, barley suspecting anything and just needing a place to sleep for the night. However, as Logan prepares to lay down on one of the church benches, he suddenly hears voices, followed by footsteps, from across the church. Logan immediatly gets up and hides behind the wall, nervously extending his metal claws as he does. From the amount of voices, Logan can tell that there's at least half a dozen people, and is ready to fight each and every on of them. At that moment, Logan hears a sudden gust of wind near hoim him, then looking back to shockingly see a red mutant (Kang Ho-Song) who's teleported behind Logan. Right as Logan realizes what's going on, the mutant broadens his sharp tail and stabs Logan in the back, causing him to fall to the ground. As Logan lays bleeding on the floor, he looks up before being knocked unconcious by the man, who menacingly glares Logan in the eyes. Back at the school, Hank leaves his office, having finished for the night as he heads back to his room. About an hour later, Hank attempts to full alseep but is unable to do so, instead staring at the celling as thoughts race through his head. Hank has been put under a lot of stress following taking up the position of headmaster, and is also the most emotionally hurt by what's happened to Charles. Hank is unable to manage everything he has to do for the school, and the stress in taking a massive mental toll on Hank, which is getting worse each day. Elsewhere, Logan wakes up to find himself tied up in the middle of the church, his back wound having been bandaged and six people surronding him, including the red mutant. The previously seen Jason Wyngarde, addressing the red man as Azazel and asking Logan why he came in here. Logan tells Jason that he just needed some place to sleep, but a man (Charlie Heaton) who's simply called Alexander, says that Logan is liar. Most of the groups seems to agree with Alexander, except for one particular member named Remy LeBeau (Lakeith Stanfield), who manages to convince everyone not to kill Logan as he may be valuable to the group. Soon, we find out who the group is, including their name and powers. The group calls themselves The Hellfire Club, and is led by Nathan Essex (John Cho). Unlike the rest of The Hellfire Club, Essex is a human but worships mutants, having been the one to bring the group together. The Hellfire Club also consists of Henry Leland (Brendan Gleeson), who can alter the size of any person and object, including himself. Additionally, Jason can create telepathic illusions and has slight telekesis, Azazel can teleport, Alexander can shoot beams of energy out his body, and Remy can move things with his mind. As he witnsesses Alexander's powers, Logan notes the similarity to the powers of Scott Summers, but Alexander angirly denies even knowing who Scott is.-Logan then asks why the group is showing all of this, to which Jason tells Logan, "It's clear you're lost, just like I once was. My entire life I felt like an outcast, believing I should just kill myself. But then, I found Erik Lensherr's teachings, and realized I could be so much more than the world told me I could. Soon, I gathered these people, and now I have a family. So join us, Logan. For your own good." In reponse, Logan spits at Jason, saying, "Why the hell do you think I would want to join your goddamn cult?" Enraged, Jason beats Logan to a pulp, who knows that he needs to get out of here. The following morning, Scott and Jean lay together, talking about what The X-Men and as they do, we learn that the two have become the leaders of the team. Jean tells Scott that despite everything they've done to try to prevent it, people are still hating and fearing mutants, then saying that, "I mean, what's the point of all of this if nothing is changing?" After a moment of thought, Scott puts his arm around Jean and says that some things will never change, but they can at least make things better than were before. Jean silently nods, and as she begins to get up, we cut to a restless Bobby sitting in the dirty, underground cage that he's being held in. Bobby shields his eyes from the light as John removes the cover on top the cage, and John reminds Bobby that he would kill him slowly and painfully if he was allowed to. Several hours later, Jean enters the school's hospital room where a comotose Charles is being kept, constantly watched over by the school's doctors. Jean sits next to Charles, trying to muster up words to stay but instead bursting into tears. Jean asks why this all had to happen, repeatdly telling Charles, "Please just wake up. Please, Charles. Please..." Meanwhile, a tied-up Logan is being guarded by Leland, and upon realizing that Leland is currently the only one in the church, Logan decides that it's time to escape. Using his claws to cut the ropes that are holding him, Logan leaps up and faces off against Leland, who's caught off guard by Logan suddenly getting free. Leland prepares to grow hundreds of feet tall, but before he can, Logan stabs him in the stomach and runs out, leaving Leland bleeding on the ground. CUT TO BLACK.

Episode 3 - Unanswered Prayers
During the beautiful, majestic sunset, Anna walks into the school's garden, wearing a winter coat and carrying flowers in her hand. Eventually, Anna stops upon coming across the grave of Warren Worthington, which she places flower in front of before preparing to talk. After a breif moment of hesiation, Anna tells Warren's grave that this might be the last time she ever visits here. She's done a lot of reflecting since Warren's death, and she thinks she finally knows who she is as well as what the reason this all happened was. Anna says even though she wishes more than anything that Warren was still here, his death has brought everyone in the school together and helped her truly figure out she was. Anna then kneels down, holding back tears as she tells Warren, "Thank you... for everything. I don't know where I'd be without you and..." Not having anything else to say, Anna gets back up, smiling as she thinks back to her memories with Warren, and while she'll never truly get over Warren's death, she's become much accepting of what happened. Deep inside the school, Erik Lensherr sits in a highly guarded prison cell, wearing a collar that disables his mutant abilties similar to the one seen in the first season. Despite his actions, Erik is treated quite well in the prison, having three meals a day and often playing chess with the guards. Nevertheless, Erik wants nothing more than to get out of the prison and continue his mission, completley unknowing to what Raven is trying to do. Meanwhile, Essex, Jason, Azazel, Alexander, and Remy rush back to the church, having just got Leland's pager about Logan escaping. As the five members of The Hellfire Club enter the church, they're shocked to find an unconcious Leland bleeding on the ground, now on the verge of death. Essex demands for Alexander and Remy to get Leland to the hospital and create a cover-up story while also telling Azazel to find and kill Logan, paranoid of him telling others about The Hellfire Club. The following morning, Raven finds herself suffering from insomnia and unable to sleep, frustrated to see the sun coming up. As she transforms back into Bobby, Raven's mind races with images of what Bobby is currently going through, feeling sorry with Bobby. However, Raven tells herself that this is what she needs to do in order to free Erik and acomplish their goal, which she firmly believes in more than anything and is willing to die for. Soon after this, Hank meets with Scott, needing guidance about what he should do and desperatley having to tell someone about the anxiety and stress he's going through.-As the two talk, Hank tells Scott that he's unable to continue being headmaster and can't take the stress and axiety any longer.-In response, Scott says that Hank is the only truly qualified for the job and needs to keep being headmaster, although Scott does offer to help Hank manage the school. Before long, Scott realizes that Hank is ignoring him, and as Scott tries to get Hank's attention, Hank looks into the distance and says, "Charles let me in when I had nowhere left to go. If it weren't for him, I don't know where I would be now. But I'm not Charles. I can't help these students the way that he did... so what the hell am I supposed to do now?" After he looks down in sadness, Scott puts his hand on Hank's shoulder and tells him that for now, they just need to do the best they can and try to adjust. Suddenly, Hank becomes enrgaed, saying that's what everyone has been telling him and it hasn't helped at all, then demanding for Scott to get out of his office. Several hours later, Logan walks down the streets of Harlem, not even questioning that The Hellfire Club sent someone after him as he waits for a taxi. All the sudden, Azazel appears on a rooftop behind Logan, who narrowly avoids Azazel's attack. Logan tries to stab Azazel, but Azazel teleports behind Logan and begins choking him with his tail. Right as Azazel is about to knock Logan unconcious, Logan kicks Azazel backwards and cuts his hand off with his claws, severly injuring Azazel but also causing him to get a boost in adrenaline. Azazel quickly knocks Logan to the ground, holding him down and brutally stabbing his face many times. But, Logan's wounds quickly heal, and he then pushes Azazel in the way of an oncoming taxi. As Azazel bleeds on the ground and bystanders watch in horror, Logan runs away, now realizing that The Hellfire Club is after him and that he needs to get out of Harlem. Elsewhere, John sits near Bobby, smoking a ciggerate as he does. Bored, John asks Bobby if he ever told him about what happened to his parents, but Bobby stays silent. Regardless, John begins talking, revealing that when his pwoers began devolping, he got in an arguement with his parents and killed them in a fit of rage. As Bobby listens in shock, John says that he doesn't have any regret for doing so, saying that his parents deserved what happened to them. That evening, Erik, tired of being in captivity, decides that it's time to escape and choking one of the guards as he's brought dinner. However, right as Erik begins to walk out he's attacked by dozens of guards, who ruthlessly pummel Erik to the ground. As Erik is painfully beaten, the camera slowly pans up to show Erik being tazed and battered until he's knocked unconcious, feeling more powerless than ever before. CUT TO BLACK.

Episode 4 - Friends In Low Places
In a small cafe, Alexander sits across from Remy, with Alexander feeling as if Remy is the only one he can trust as the other members of The Hellfire Club are often unpredictable and sadistic. Remy asks Alexander what he wanted to talk to him about, and after a breif moment of hesisation, Alexander simply questions how they ended up here and with these people.-In response Remy sips his coffee and sadly tells Alexander, "Because everything that could wrong in our lives went wrong, that's how." Following this, the two sit in silence, barley saying a word to eachother before leaving the cafe and going back to the church after making sure nobody can see them. Meanwhile, Logan is now in Manhattan, hoping that The Hellfire Club doesn't send anyone else after him as he barley defeated Azazel. Logan reflects on the past couple of months, thinking about how he hasn't accomplished anything and has instead wasted his money on nothing that matters. Eventually, Logan decides that he needs to finish what he orginally set out to do, which is finding out the truth about his past.-Having a strong feeling that Stryker is connected to his past, Logan becomes determined to find Stryker, seeking out a list of his accosiates who may know where he is. Logan thinks back to the people who were the closest to Stryker, then realizing that this is David North (Rick Yune), Stryker's bodyguard who he's usually seen with at all times. Now, Logan knows that he has to find David, and for the first time in a while, Logan actually has a plan. Back with The Hellfire Club, Essex becomes enraged upon learning that Logan got away once again, screaming at Azazel and punching him to the ground. Luckily, Alexander manages to pull Essex off of Azazel, telling him to stay calm and focus on what needs to be done. From the shadows, Jason watches all of this unfold, dissappointed in everyone for fighting eachother, and noting that Azazel seems to keep something from everyone. Soon after this, Alexander talks with Remy, saying that the group used to be like a family but now everyone is plotting against eachother and going insane. Seemingly having an ephinany, Remy tells Alexander that the group was never a family, Essex has just manipulated them into thinking they were one. At the school, Raven watches a news report about Erik's escape attempt, horrified to see footage of him now in the hospital after being beaten nearly to death by the guards. Raven decides that she has to do something about this, telling herself that she needs to free Erik soon or else something like this will happen again.-That night, Anna lays awake, thinking about how diffrent "Bobby" has been acting latley and becoming paranoid about why he's not acting like himself. Because of this, Anna's powers begin to get worse again, which is shown when she tocuhes a rosebush and it quickly withers and dies. After seeing this, Anna gpes into a state of panic and fear. She's begun to get in control of her powers but now, to Anna's dismay, everything has reserved. The following day, David North quietly eats lunch in his house when there's a sudden knock on his door. David slowly gets up and answers the door, shcoked to see Logan on his doorstep. David attempts to close the door, but Logan barges into David's house, demanding to know where Stryker is.In response, David nervously claims that he's retired, to which Logan extends his claws and demands for David to tell the truth. David eventually gives in, telling Logan that he doesn't know where Stryker is, although he can give him a phone number. With his claws only an inch away from David's throat, Logan says that all he needs is some way to get in contact with Stryker, and so David writes down Stryker's phone number before giving it to Logan. Logan then walks out, and before he does, he tells David, "If this number is fake, I'm gonna come back here, and this time, I'm gonna kill you." As this happens, Scott tells Jean that he's had a lot on his mind recently and there's something he needs Jean to know, something that he hasn't told anyone before. After Jean asks what Scott's talking about, Scott reveals that he has an older brother named Alexander, who has similar powers to Scott but was never really able to control them. From when Alexander was a child it was clear that he had something mentally wrong with him, and when he was a teenager, he used his powers to rob and accidentaly murder a group of people. Scott ended up being the one to stop Alexander's rampage, and Alexander went to juvy, and then jail, until he was about 23. Now, Scott has no idea where Alexander is, then telling Jean that he needed to get that off of his chest. At the same time, Bobby practices his pwoers at night, and we see that he's begun creating a carefully devised escape plan. Elsewhere, Logan walks up to a payphone and enters Stryker's phone number, smirking after he hears Stryker's voice on the other end. CUT TO BLACK.

Next: Season 3 Part B
EDIT: Just realized I misspelled the title, won't let me change it though
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2020.03.30 05:12 HeyImAJoe HeyImAJoe #24 - There Will Be Blood (2008)

Watched - 3/22
1/1/20 - 12/31/20
RotTom critics - 91%
RotTom users - 86%
This film is a famous Paul Thomas Anderson directed feature. Possibly his most popular film to date. I am not a huge fan of PTA, I have only seen a few of his films so I was excited that this movie was available on Netflix. Will this movie be the gateway to new artistic and interesting movies? ... maybe?
The Good - The performances in this film are insane. Daniel Day Lewis is famous for is entrancing performances. If you ever questioned it, this film will prove it, his performance is so unique and captivating. Paul Dano is also great, I have not seen him in much but I am a fan after seeing him as the antagonist. There were numerous interesting camera and editing tricks. It's nice to watch a movie where almost every shot could have a deeper meaning.
The Bad - So I really wanted to like this movie. I like to go into movies with a blank slate and no subjective opinions. But this movie is a famously good movie, so I went in thinking I should love it. I did not love it. I did not "get it." I could tell it was well-made and well-acted but I'm not sure if I understood the point. Halfway through I felt like the movie was dragging, and I was not excited to keep watching. Does this make me bad at judging high quality films? Probably, but I can only hope that in a few years I can revisit this film and it will click for me.
Overall this movie is extremely hard to rate. I really enjoyed the pros, but I do believe there are flaws in this movie. This is a lengthy film, over two and a half hours. TWBB is always high on lists of movies from the 2000's. It is #1 best movie from 2000-2010 on IMDB. So I recommend this film for everyone, it is famous for a reason. It is worth it for Daniel Day Lewis alone.
Score - 3.5/5
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2019.12.06 14:49 WrAIter [WP] A comedy about a professional sports player who gets caught in the middle of every scandal possible, but ends up completely innocent

A comedy about a professional sports player who gets caught in the middle of every scandal possible, but ends up completely innocent of any wrongdoing. Directed by: Paul Dano Written by: Peter Bogdanovich Starring: Jason Schwartzman as the professional sports player David Stern as the commissioner (with a twist) and Jason Sudeikis as the star (as his friend who he doesn't want to think about)
The Adventures of Sharkboy will be directed by Robert Zemeckis and written by Daniel Handler. In the film, a professional surfing champion's life is turned upside down after he falls into a mysterious coma and is subsequently possessed by a mysterious creature. The film, which will explore the relationships between the shark and its animal friends, was written by Rob Zombie and based on the book Sharkboy: The Legend of Jason the Shark and His Long-Lost Friends by Brian Grazer. The script was described as a love letter to the character of Sharkboy; where "the true love of Jason's life is the great white shark," Zemeckis and Handler will explore him via long-forgotten footage from the 1970's. Additionally, the story will be a "classic case of the shark and its friend," where Jonah is forced to confront some familiar characters. The film will be filmed over two years at the Shark Tank.
Directed by: Noah Baumbach
Based on: The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Directed by: Jason Reitman
Written by: Paul Haggis and David Letterman
Set in 1960, this film is a musical about a New York City school teacher who decides to make a change in the world of one of his students, who has a serious heart condition. Set against a backdrop of an interracial couple, a man (Milo Ventimiglia) who struggles with his love and a mother struggling with her grief, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty centers on the love and pain of children as they struggle to survive in a world that's run on drugs and violence and lies. With the help of his best friend, he struggles with the decision for he and his friend are about to meet their father, who is not who he seemed. And it's not that they are different, but both they are different, but they both are the same.
David Z. Miller (The Last Exorcism) is directing. In the film, the father (Z.M.) wants nothing more than to get back to his job. He's not a hard worker and is not in the least interested in being a father, but he is a decent person. He believes in his kids and wants exactly what his kid wants: to be loved. However, the father finds himself in the middle of a nightmare. He's being stalked by a violent demonic creature and there is nowhere that he can turn to escape it or save his daughter. The actor who is playing the father is a fantastic fit, as is the voice of the demon himself. The horror of the story will be a good fit for the director, as well as the actor and the script. It's a unique story that will leave you wondering "what would it take to get me to believe that?"
Directed by: Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg
Based on: Get Out
Directed by: Alex Witt (Maniac)
Written by: Paul D. Auster
Set in the world of '99, the story centers on a group of friends who all have to deal with growing up before the age of twenty. They're all struggling with issues of identity, dating, friendships and friendship. The film will follow the kids as they make friends, develop relationships, begin to understand their parents and ultimately form their own sense of self, the only one that matters in this world of ours. Paul D. Auster will executive produce along with his writing partner Alex Witt and they will produce the film as well.
Written by: Ryan Murphy
Based on: The Purge
Directed by: Sam Raimi
Based on: The Purge
Directed By: Sam Raimi
Based on: The Purge
Directed By: Sam Raimi
Written by: Dan Trachtenberg and Michael Schur
From director Dan Trachtenberg and screenwriter Michael Schur, comes a fresh spin on a classic horror-comedy trope. Following two strangers – Jake and Alex – on a bizarre road trip, the characters embark on a violent, unpredictable journey into a mysterious world. In The Purge, Raimi and Schur introduce the most brutal and terrifying version of the classic slasher film while at the same time giving them a deeper meaning and a darkly twisted twist. This is the film that's going to make this film become a movie, and is going to bring that slasher movie back to life and make it look as cool as it
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2019.08.19 17:19 TSLPDustin S03E23 - Looper Official Discussion

Disclaimer: This is an official discussion thread. Spoilers will remain untagged. If you have not seen the film or listened to our episode, we highly recommend you refrain from continuing until you’ve seen the film and/or listened to our episode. Please report broken links or out of date information.
Title: Looper
Year: 2012
Synopsis: In 2074, when the mob wants to get rid of someone, the target is sent into the past, where a hired gun awaits - someone like Joe - who one day learns the mob wants to 'close the loop' by sending back Joe's future self for assassination.
Director(s): Rian Johnson
Starring:
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 93%
Rotten Tomatoes Page: Looper
IMDb Rating: ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ (503,535 votes)
IMDb Page: Looper
Where to Watch: Crackle iTunes YouTube
Our Episode: Click here to listen on iTunes
Clue for Next Week’s Episode: “Don’t light a cigar near gas.”
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2019.05.28 16:19 darkslatemedia Revisiting Killer Klowns from Outer Space

If you’re trying to pinpoint to a time when the world wasn’t afraid of clowns, you’d probably never find it. The idea of having this friendly figure turned into a nightmare fuelled demon has been around for decades. The farthest I could find in my limited time dates all the way back to 1924 in a silent film titled He Who Gets Slapped. Being a silent film, the creepiness of this clown is dialled up to a thousand.

My fear of clowns started way back when I was around 6 years old when I had my first encounter with one at a Christmas party. Long story short, I’ve been avoiding Christmas parties entirely for a very long time. It’s gotten better throughout the years, much better in fact that now I really don’t seem to mind whenever I come across a clown. Come to think of it, I may have brought it upon myself to make things worse by watching a lot of movies about scary clowns at a time when I should have been recovering. Today, we’re taking a look at a film that I’ve been doing my best all these years to completely avoid in hopes of never watching it. I’ve been told that this was one of those movies that would scar you for life. I managed to sit through 1990’s It by myself and it didn’t bother me one bit but this movie, this is something else – or so I thought. In celebration of this film that is now 31 years old, today we’re revisiting 1988’s Killer Klowns from Outer Space.

Now with a title as silly as that, the film’s basically telling you what it’s about before you even see it. That’s right, no suspense, mystery or ambiguity – just straight up clowns from space. Written, directed and produced by The Chiodo Brothers, Killer Klowns from Outer Space stars Grant Cramer, Suzanne Snyder, John Allen Nelson, Royal Dano and John Vernon. In all honesty, this movie isn’t exactly as scary as they claim it to be; it’s actually pretty hilarious!

The films opens with Sergeant Curtis Mooney (played by John Vernon) intensely hating on young adults with such passion – the film never fails to remind us of that throughout it’s entire runtime. We see him get bumped into by some youngsters at a burger joint, then he stops for another young man as he crosses the road. I don’t know why the film chose to open with this sequence as it literally has nothing to do with the rest of the movie, only establishing the fact that the Sergeant despises the youth. This plot line does come back around later in the film but if it were up to me, I’d remove this entire opening.

The film then cuts to a group of youths at a make out spot. One of which was seen earlier crossing the street in the previous scene. Here we’re introduced to our main characters, Mike Tobacco (played by Grant Cramer) and Debbie Stone (played by Suzanne Snyder). Yes, the main protagonists of this movie include a guy named Tobacco and a girl named Stone – that alone is a clear indication of the type of movie you’re getting yourself into. They’re seen lying together at the back a car on top of an inflatable raft because hey, why not? As they’re literally just laying there, these horny youths are interrupted by the comic reliefs in this movie, Paul and Rich Terenzi (played by Peter Licassi and Michael S. Siegel) who are trying to see ice-cream in their ice-cream truck. They’re quickly dismissed by these youths who chase them away for interrupting their lovely evening and they leave. Mike is quick to point out that those 2 guys are his best friends as this entire scene was essentially an exposition scene letting the audience know the relevance and relationship of each character.

Suddenly up in the skies, a strong orange beam of light is seen shining it’s radiance as it passes the youths falling further into the woods. Debbie convinces Mike to take them to the location of the fallen object as it wasn’t too far away from where they were. Obviously Mike agrees or we wouldn’t have our movie and they head into the woods. The film then cuts to the house of a grumpy old man who is shocked to see the beam of light falling just a stone’s throw away from his residence. Thinking that this is Halley’s Comet which is conveniently mentioned in the book that he’s reading, the old man decides to do all things horror movie characters do – investigate. Before we go on, I’d just like to mention that upon doing a quick search on Google, Halley’s Comet is said to appear once every 75 – 76 years and it’s last sighting was in 1986. This film came out in 1988 so I’m calling bullshit on the film’s narrative. Just wanted to get that out of my system, okay moving on.

In search of the comet, the man stumbles upon what looks like a circus in the middle of the jungle. Surprised and confused, he decides to go visit the circus to see if he can get some free passes. The old man then realises that this was no ordinary circus and might have been the comet that crashed, only that this isn’t a comet and may be a spaceship of some kind. Here we get our first glimpse at these clown aliens or as the film calls them, “klowns” as one of them creates an opening through the spaceship and captures the old man’s dog. The old man now notices that his dog is missing and gets angry, throwing a fist at the circus-like structure. Upon doing so, he realises that the spaceship has a protective beam around it as he yells in pain after hitting it. The man also gets electrocuted after grabbing what looks like the rope that holds the circus tent. Another klown then appears behind him and this is our first complete look at the appearance of these aliens. It takes out a laser gun that in all honesty looks like a toy water gun and shoots the old man, causing him to vanish.

We cut to the local police station where the Sergeant from the beginning of the film is seen taking in 2 youths accusing them of public intoxication. He gets into an altercation with Captain Dave Hanson (played by John Allen Nelson) who tells him to book convicts according to the law. This is yet another exposition scene as the film introduces to us Captain Dave who will play a big part in the movie. Back at the woods, Mike and Debbie arrive at the circus spaceship and are confused as this isn’t what they expected. Debbie, like any normal human being feels that something isn’t right and insists to go back but Mike is curious to find out what’s inside the tent. What happens next? You guessed it, they go inside.

Inside, the 2 of them make their way into a room filled with cotton candy cocoons. Debbie, knowing that something is off tells Mike to take her back. Mike accidentally opens one of these cocoons, revealing the old man from earlier dead inside. Seeing this, Debbie lets out a loud scream which attracts the attention of a klown. It begins chasing them but they manage to escape. Another klown magically making a dog out of a ballon come to life, tracks the couple down and manages to find them getting into their car. Mike and Debbie flee away from the scene, running over a klown while doing it and head to the police station. Angered with what happened, the klowns now make their way into the city in the most 80’s horror movie way possible complete with retro music playing in the background.

They arrive at the station where it is revealed that Debbie used to date Captain Dave because that’s what this movie needed – a love triangle. Anyway they explain everything to the captain who like any sane person, doesn’t seem to understand what’s going on. The klowns on the other hand have now arrived at the city and we get a pretty hilarious moment as one of them tries to imitate a robot gorilla standing at the entrance of a drug store. This does raise the question – why is there a robot gorilla at the entrance of a drug store? It’s probably an 80’s thing so we’ll let that slide. It does this to blend in with it’s surrounding as to not reveal itself to humans and at this point, I realised that I haven’t talked about the klowns at all so can we talk about that for a moment because oh my god!

Unlike Tim Curry’s Pennywise or even the clown from the 1924 film, the klowns from Killer Klowns From Outer Space are very unsettling. And for good reason too I believe as they’re not actually clowns but aliens. When I watched this film last night, I couldn’t help but think what would I have done if I saw this movie when I was 8. Most likely, I wouldn’t be able to sleep for a good 2 months because these klowns were probably crafted by Lucifer himself! Alright back to the movie.

Mike and Debbie further explain what they encountered and are interrupted by the youth hating Sergeant Curtis Mooney (told you the film won’t stop reminding you of that). He quickly dismisses the couples’ claim and recognises Mike as being a friend of the ice-cream truck sellers. He puts two and two together and concludes that this has to be a tactic set by the Terenzi brothers to sell more ice-cream. Ignoring everything the Sergeant said, Captain Dave decides to investigate the case but first insisting that he would send Debbie home. They get into an argument and in the end, Debbie reluctantly agrees and is sent back while Mike takes the captain to the location of the circus spaceship.

Upon arriving at the scene however, Mike sees that the spaceship is missing and this infuriates Captain Dave who arrests Mike for false information. They head back passing by the make out spot in the beginning of the film where the captain notices something strange. He stops and decides to investigate when he finds all the cars abandoned and a cotton candy like substance. This leads the captain to believe Mike’s claims and proceeds to remove his handcuffs. Back at the station, Sergeant Mooney receives a phone call from the drug store owner reporting his terrifying encounter with the klowns and as usual, the sergeant thinks that this is a prank and dismisses it. Mike and Dave come across a klown killing a group of civilians with shadow puppets and it is then revealed to them that these aliens are something evil that prey on humans.

All this time, the klowns have been busy at work terrorising the city with their humorous yet deadly antics. This ranges from them delivering various “heartfelt” gifts to the doorsteps of the victims’ houses, performing a sock puppet show in a park, riding a tricycle to a biker gang meet up and sitting on rides in front of restaurant. These kills were not scary in any way and I thoroughly enjoyed each one as it showed that these klowns were not here for the body count but actually make an effort to entertain. As for my favourite kill, that happens later in the film so let’s get back to that.

Captain Dave reaches out to Sergeant Curtis via the police radio telling him to call the state police and request for backup. The sergeant being the helpful person he is, denies to do so and tells the captain to stop playing games. Furious with this, Captain Dave decides to head back to the station so he can get in touch with the state police. Mike sees the Terenzi brothers and decides to follow them to warn people about the killer clown attacks. At this point, the Sergeant receives an outrages number of phone calls from civilians about the attacks but as usual he dismisses everything – why is he even this movie? This man has been nothing but angry, untrusting, rude and downright infuriating to watch. Well, at least his death is cool so there’s that – yeah, the Sergeant dies in this movie, spoiler alert.

Enter the best scene of the entire film, the Sergeant’s death. A klown makes it’s way into the police station to visit the Sergeant. Thinking that this is yet another prank set up by the youths of the city, Sergeant Mooney decides to teach the kids a lesson by making an example out of this clown. He instructs the clown to turn around as he proceeds to handcuff his hands. The klown happily obliges with the demands of the Sergeant and plays a prank on him by getting his hands handcuffed with fake ones. Angry as he is, Sergeant Mooney throws the klown in prison with the 2 kids that he’s put in earlier. As the klown proceeds to enter the cell, the Sergeant hits it on the head with his police baton. This causes the klown to turn it’s head a full 360° like Regan from The Exorcist. It then blows a party horn which turns into a hand choking the Sergeant.

Captain Dave now arrives at the station only to find that the power’s been cut off. He notices a trail of clown shoe footprints and follows them, leading him into the cell where the klown was put in. Only now the cell’s been emptied out with no klown in sight and 2 cotton candy cocoons in place of the 2 inmates who were previously there. This horrifies the captain as he exits out the cell blocks and into the office where the now escaped klown is present. It uses the deceased Sergeant as a ventriloquist dummy, similar to that in James Wan’s Dead Silence but since this film came out way before that one, I guess it’s safe to say that Dead Silence was inspired by this movie – wow. The dummy tells Captain Dave that the klowns were only here to kill him and is tossed aside. The klown proceeds to rise and head towards Dave who whips out his gun and begins shooting at it. Upon multiple failed attempts at killing the klown, the captain finally manages to find it’s weak spot – it’s big red nose. He shoots it and the klown begins to spin around and explode. He finally manages to get a hold of the state police who agree to provide assistance in this clown terror attack.

Meanwhile in the other side of town, Mike and the Terenzi brothers continue warning people about the clowns. In Debbie’s house however, the klowns have invaded into her residence due to the popcorn that was stuck to her clothes in her previous encounter with these aliens. The popcorns mutated into this plant-looking creatures like something from Poison Ivy’s lair. The klowns abduct Debbie by trapping her in a balloon-like enclosure. Mike and the Terenzi brothers arrive just a few seconds too late as they witness Debbie being taken. They chase the klowns in hopes to rescue Debbie but are stopped by Captain Dave who notices the ice-cream truck. Mike explains the situation and the captain agrees to help. This brings us to the climax of the film – the final battle.

The team arrive at the now relocated circus spaceship at an amusement park. Going in, Captain Dave instructs the Terenzi brothers to stick together and not fool around. However, Paul hits a big red button while walking and this causes both the Terenzi brothers to fall into the ground splitting from the group. They land in a ball pool where they meet 2 female klowns ready to get some. Mike and Dave manage to find the room filled with cotton candy cocoons in hopes of finding Debbie. They encounter a klown that steps into the room and drinks the blood of the victim from one of the cocoons with a straw-like equipment. The 2 of them manage to hide themselves from the klown’s sight and find Debbie still trapped. Captain Dave shoots the balloon enclosure popping it open and freeing Debbie.

Hearing the sound of the gunshot, 2 klowns arrive at the scene and this starts off a pretty cool chase sequence filled with maze-like tricks and traps. This was also one of my favourite parts of the movie as it reminded me of those Scooby-Doo cartoons where the gang would be chased by the monster of the episode – it was pretty fun!

The chase would ultimately come to a screeching halt when the 3 of them are surrounded by the klowns in the middle of the circus tent. Lucky for them however, the Terenzi brothers show up in the nick of time causing a distraction with the loudspeaker attached to their ice-cream truck. This gives the 3 of them enough time to join the Terenzi’s as they race down from the stairs and to the truck. Now just as the entire team could escape from the scene, a humungous klown appears from the top of the circus tent. This klown, possibly the leader moves like a puppet with strings attached to it’s arms tied to the ceilings. I looked it up and apparently this klown is known as Jojo the Klownzilla – yeah, Klownzilla! It breaks free from it’s strings and tosses the ice-cream truck with the Terenzi brothers in it causing it to explode.

Captain Dave instructs Mike and Debbie to escape the place as he cause a distraction. Now, I know that this film was released in 1988 and Jurassic Park came out in 1993 but I can’t help but think about the T-Rex scene from that movie when Captain Dave does this. Anyway, it works as Mike and Debbie return to safety. The state police are also seen arriving and they’re all worried about the fate of Captain Dave. The entire circus spaceship begins to take-off as Dave is held captive by Klownzilla. In an effort to break free, he removes his police badge and pops the giant red nose of the monstrous beast. This causes the Klownzilla to spin around and explode while simultaneously destroying the entire circus spaceship. A klown car suddenly emerges from the sky, revealing Dave and the Terenzi brothers to be alive. The film ends with everyone watching the exploding circus spaceship as it creates fireworks and pies come falling down hitting everyone in their faces.
So that was Killer Klowns from Outer Space, a film that was admittedly a pretty fun watch. While the concept is silly and mindless, the film was self-aware of it. The film wasn’t trying to be a cult classic in the realms of the Jaws and It’s of the world but it did. Killer Klowns from Outer Space is now widely regarded as a cult classic. It just wants to be a movie that you can put on and enjoy its absurdity. The Chiodo Brothers have been trying hard to get a sequel made for so many years and though they first aimed for a 2012 release, it has since been postponed. Whenever the film does come out, it will be definitely be regarded as the longest gap in the release of films in a horror comedy film series.

The film was initially titled The Return of the Killer Klowns from Outer Space in 3D,however that may very well change as the film has missed the 3-D boat entirely by being 7 years too late. Grant Cramer is set to reprise his role as Mike Tobacco and will be acting as a mentor to the new victims. Not much is known about the plot of the film but one thing’s for sure – it’s going to be a lot of fun! Stephen Chiodo, the film’s director hopes to produce 4 instalments in the series or even have it be a television series based on the film. The channel that brought us Sharknado, SyFy was also in talks to purchase the rights to the the at one point, however I couldn’t find any updates on that.

Whatever the case may be, even if we don’t get a sequel to this incredible film, it is awesome to know that a film like this exists. With every killer clown movie often being creepy and scary, it is nice to know that there is some light behind that darkness – though a rather horrifying one, a light nonetheless. You can like Pennywise or Art the Clown all you want but just remember that these guys from space have been around for 31 years now and will murder all of them with their popcorn guns!
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2018.12.30 14:43 BunyipPouch I saw 162 movies in theaters in 2018. Here is my full ranking.

I saw 162 movies in theaters in 2018, so about 3-4 visits per week. That's up from 140 movies in 2017 & 9 movies in 2016. I like to keep track/score/ticket stubs/etc for all of them. I rarely ever go for re-watches (only 3 times this year). I don't have MoviePass/A-List/Sinemia/etc. I use Regal Points quite a lot though. I regularly go to about 6-7 different local theaters depending on what they're showing. Here is my full year-end ranking from favorite to least favorite, including a few small reviews/thoughts/etc for some of them.
The Favourite - 10/10 : One of 3 masterpieces this year IMO (along with Roma & Shoplifters). This was the funniest movie of the year and the best ensemble performance. Stone & Colman could both easily win/deserve the Oscar in their categories. The script is amazing. There's a unique shot/camera movement every 5 minutes. Lanthimos is pretty much my favorite active director and can do no wrong at this point with 5 hits in a row. So many memorable lines, and even a great, surprising performance from Nicholas Hoult. Awesome dry humor & surreal moments, in classic Lanthimos fashion. I don't think I've ever laughed more in a theater than during this movie. The only criticism I can think of is that the last 25% of the film definitely loses a bit of the momentum that was built up, but this is still easily my favorite film of the year.
Mid90s - 10/10
Shoplifters - 10/10 : A masterclass in humanism. Every single character is fleshed out to the point where it feels like you've known them for years. The perfect mix of ambiguity & realism. Kore-eda's best film, and that's obviously saying a lot. I could've watched 5 more hours of Shoplifters.
First Reformed - 9/10
The Death Of Stalin - 9/10
Summer 1993 - 9/10
Black Klansman - 9/10
They Shall Not Grow Old - 9/10
Damsel - 9/10 : My 'Hidden Gem' suggestion of the year. I went in completely blind for this movie and was blown away. Really goes into directions you don't expect, nice twists. Looks great. Mia Wasikowska is a total badass & Robert Pattinson plays an endearing doofus perfectly. You really feel for the guy. Surprisingly dark comedy. Really caps off a great year for Westerns. Easily stuck in my Top 10 throughout the entire year.
First Man - 9/10
Wildlife - 9/10 : Carey Mulligan & Jake Gyllenhaal both deserve awards attention for this movie. Just a perfect snapshot of rural 1960s America that you don't see often in movies. Feels more like a documentary than a movie at times. We were really spoiled with directorial debuts this year but Paul Dano had the most impactful one. I really want to watch this again without a shitty audience. Also, Bill Camp plays a creepy rich guy in a way only he can.
Loveless - 8/10
Leave No Trace - 8/10
Custody - 8/10 - The tension in this movie is pretty much indescribable. Didn't want to move from my seat after it ended. It reminded me a lot of Leviathan or Graduation. European 'real-life' cinema at its finest. Depressing in all the right ways, I guess.
Eighth Grade - 8/10
Blindspotting - 8/10
Thoroughbreds - 8/10
A Star Is Born - 8/10 : Great directing debut by Cooper. Awards-worthy performances by all 3 leads. Solid all around. Not much to say except it did everything well. I could definitely see this becoming a movie that reddit hates/calls overrated after it wins Best Picture though. It just fits that mold perfectly.
Disobedience - 8/10
Isle Of Dogs - 8/10
Lean On Pete - 8/10
Mission Impossible: Fallout - 8/10
The Sisters Brothers - 8/10 : This movie could've used more scenes with Riz Ahmed and Jake Gyllenhaal but that's my only nitpick. Really good Western.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post - 8/10
Beast - 8/10
Beautiful Boy - 8/10 : Insanely good performance by Timothee Chalamet, my pick for the Best Supporting Actor Oscar. Really believable, deep look into dependence & addiction. Amazon fucked up the release (because of course it did), so it won't get the credit it deserved. Steve Carell was pretty distracting in this though, he's had a pretty rough year.
Spider Man: Into the Spiderverse - 8/10 : Best comic book movie of year, for sure. Really unique, funny, well-written, relevant. Had a smile on my face the whole time. Sony's got a real winner here and I wouldn't mind 3-4 more of these. Less Emoji Movie, more Spiderverse. Rooting for this or Isle of Dogs to win the Oscar. I'd be happy with either. Both are a big step above Incredibles 2.
A Private War - 8/10
American Animals - 8/10
Won't You Be My Neighbor? - 8/10
Journey's End - 8/10
Green Book - 8/10 : It's weird seeing how much backlash this movie has gotten in the past couple months. Seems like there's a new controversy surrounding it every few weeks. Mortensen & Ali put in great performances and the story is solid. Pulls at your heart strings but never feels too manipulative. Yeah it feels obviously too clean & polished at times, but it's a solid movie.
A Quiet Place - 8/10
Free Solo - 8/10 : Sweaty Palms: The Movie. Perfectly tense. You never really understand/relate to the main subject of the documentary but I think that adds to the charm of it. Watching a achievement so mindblowing on the big screen was really worth it.
Hearts Beat Loud - 8/10
McQueen - 8/10
Love, Simon - 8/10
In The Fade - 8/10
In Between - 8/10
The Rider - 7/10 : When using amateur actor goes right. Really grounded, beautiful, believable neo-Western.
Old Man & The Gun - 7/10
You Were Never Really Here - 7/10
Foxtrot - 7/10
Goldstone - 7/10 : The Australian Wind River. Great crime-drama that keeps you engaged from start to finish. Unique setting, great characters.
Upgrade - 7/10
Overlord - 7/10
The Guilty - 7/10
What They Had - 7/10 : Solid character-driven family-drama with an awesome performance from Michael Shannon. The dialogue reminded me a bit of Aaron Sorkin. Taissa Farmiga is great.
Game Night - 7/10
Black Panther - 7/10
Ready Player One - 7/10
Avengers: Infinity War - 7/10
The Cakemaker - 7/10
The Insult - 7/10
Creed II - 7/10
Tully - 7/10
Deadpool 2 - 7/10
Support the Girls - 7/10
Solo: A Star Wars Story - 7/10
Incredibles 2 - 7/10
Searching - 7/10
Vice - 7/10 : Most disappointing movie of the year for me. This was all over the place and unfocused. Adam McKay tried to do way too much and it really backfired. The narration was sloppy and the actual story jumped around too much, it was impossible to focus in. He tried to replicate the lighting-in-a-bottle he caught with The Big Short but it didn't work out at all. Christian Bale was great but that's about it. I was really hyped for this but walked out underwhelmed.
Boy Erased - 7/10
Colette - 7/10
Crazy Rich Asians - 7/10
Widows - 7/10
Vox Lux - 7/10 : There's a reallllly good film hidden in here somewhere. Brady Corbet & Lol Crowley are absolutely a director & cinematographer to watch out for. They did some really 'out-there' and risky stuff with this one and a lot of it landed really well (...some not so much). It's just the ending that completely deflated the movie, and some awkward pacing throughout. This had the potential of a 9/10, just completely ruined with the ending. Could've used some more editing/cutting.
Mary, Queen of Scots - 7/10
Unsane - 7/10
A Fantastic Woman - 7/10
The Night Eats The World - 7/10 : Fresh take on the zombie genre. It's more about survival than actual zombie fighting, which I really liked. It's how I imagine a world-ending zombie apocalypse would actually go. It's a real slow-burn so it's definitely not for everyone. Not much actually happens for most of the movie.
Bumblebee - 7/10
Chappaquiddick - 7/10
Adrift - 7/10
Bag Of Marbles - 7/10
Puzzle - 7/10
Three Identical Strangers - 7/10
The Wife - 7/10
Instant Family - 7/10
Red Sparrow - 7/10 : I actually don't think this was as bad as most other people thought. Jennifer Lawrence puts in a great performance and I'm a sucker for Cold War-era spy-thrillers. The biggest problem was the runtime. This really needed to be cut down by at least 20 minutes, preferably even 30 minutes. There is absolutely no excuse for this movie being almost 2.5 hours.
Tag - 7/10
After Auschwitz - 7/10
Can You Ever Forgive Me? - 6/10 : I went into it expecting to be blown away but it was just kind of a middling biopic with 2 great performances. Nothing really stood out and the characters really didn't evolve much. One of the more disappointing movies of the year for me, based on all the buzz it had.
Aquaman - 6/10
Ben Is Back - 6/10
Flower - 6/10
Paddington 2 - 6/10 : Mods pls don't ban for the low score. It was fine, the hype is a bit overstated to me though. Cute/10
Den Of Thieves - 6/10
The Front Runner - 6/10
Back To Burgundy - 6/10 : If you've always wanted to know the inner-workings of France's wine-industry mixed with intense family-drama, this is the movie for you.
Bad Times at the El Royale - 6/10
Tomb Raider - 6/10
The Mule - 6/10: Clint Eastwood Scowls & Growls: The Movie
7 Days In Entebbe - 6/10
1945 - 6/10
Anna & the Apocalypse - 6/10 : I'm not usually a fan of musicals but this was decent. The songs are catchy and the characters are likeable. The practical effects were convincing and still was a well-made, bright, zombie movie.
Alpha - 6/10
On Chesil Beach - 6/10
Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool - 6/10
Pacific Rim: Uprising - 6/10
The Third Murder - 6/10 : Needlessly convoluted. Way too many twists & turns. The plot gets very sloppy. It went from 'solid legal thriller' to 'messy & unfocused' really quickly. Again, a movie that needed to be a lot shorter. Surprisingly weak for Hirokazu Kore-eda.
The Seagull - 6/10
Blockers - 6/10
Christopher Robin - 6/10
Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story - 6/10
Ant-Man & The Wasp - 5/10
Sorry To Bother You - 5/10
At Eternity's Gate - 5/10 : Willem Dafoe was awesome in this but it doesn't have much else going for it. It was way too artsy for it's own good. Felt like an off-brand Terrence Malick film. This feels too mean, but I actually liked the trailer a lot more than the movie itself.
Oh Lucy! - 5/10
Beirut - 5/10
Hotel Artemis - 5/10
Mortal Engines - 5/10 : The special effects in this were actually really good but it's brought down by a very predictable, by-the-numbers, generic story. Really hammy & distracting performance by Hugo Weaving. The dialogue is laughably bad and the stars are forgettable.
Maze Runner: The Death Cure - 5/10
Rampage - 5/10
Death Wish - 5/10
The Equalizer 2 - 5/10
The Meg - 5/10 : You get what you pay for. Jason Statham fights a shark, cheesy one-liners and cliche characters follow. It's an okay movie if you don't care too much and don't ask any questions. The definition of a Redbox movie, really.
Operation Finale - 5/10
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - 4/10
Final Portrait - 4/10
Sicario 2 - 4/10
Don't Worry He Won't Get Far On Foot - 4/10 : This was a sloppy mess. Really low-tier Van Sant. The only redeeming factor was Jonah Hill. Probably the most underrated performance of the year, absolutely awards worthy. Comparable to Claire Foy in First Man. It didn't get any recognition because the rest of the movie sucked and Amazon sucks at releasing/promoting movies. Disappointing.
The Girl in Spider's Web - 4/10
Bohemian Rhapsody - 4/10
The Little Stranger - 4/10 : This is a great movie if you want to take a nap. Absolute snooze-fest, slow, gothic-lite, non-thriller. The highlight was being completely alone at a 7:00 PM opening night showing at my local theater's biggest room (200+ seats). That's always fun. The redeeming factors are the set designs & Ruth Wilson.
Annihilation - 3/10
Mary & The Witch's Flower - 3/10
The Party - 3/10
Early Man - 3/10
12 Strong - 3/10 : I was honestly expecting something better based on the cast alone but this is really just a glorified Army recruitment ad. Really felt heavy-handed and unrealistic. Pointless movie.
Skyscraper - 3/10
The Commuter - 3/10
Leisure Seeker - 3/10
Gringo - 3/10
Arizona - 3/10 : Five years too late. Godawful script and the violence is really off-putting for some reason. I don't usually mind gratuitous violence, but this was awkward/unnecessary.
Gemini - 3/10
Submission - 3/10
L'Amant Double - 3/10
Humor Me - 3/10
Bye Bye Germany - 3/10
Uncle Drew - 3/10 : Who knew that an entire feature-length film based on a bad commercial would result in a sub-par, uninspired, sell-out product?
The Catcher Was A Spy - 2/10
Venom - 2/10
Winchester - 2/10
Boundaries - 2/10
Mile 22 - 2/10
Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald - 2/10: It looked good I guess? The only real positive. It spends way too much time on characters we don't care about, love triangles that are irrelevant to the main arc, and pointless storylines. Feels like we start at Point A, and 2+ hours later we are still at Point A. Nothing really happens, whole movie feels like lame sequelbait. This franchise took a real bad turn, tough to see how it can recover.
Nostalgia - 2/10
Ocean's 8 - 2/10 : Winner of 2018's "Most Unnecessary Sequel' Award. It was in a very close race with Sicario 2.
A Wrinkle In Time - 2/10
The Predator - 1/10 : The best description for this movie: Gross & awkward. All the jokes feel dated and overcooked. Feels like 20 people contributed to the script. The character are all super unlikeable and everything reeks of studio interference. Shane Black can do a lot better than this. Really disappointing follow-up to The Nice Guys.
Happy End - 1/10
Let The Sunshine In - 1/10
15:17 To Paris - 0/10
Proud Mary - 0/10 : Undisputed worst film of the year for me. This was really amateur film making. Shit script, shit direction, horrendous acting. They straight up re-used some shots several times. Action scenes feel like a John Wick movie made by a freshman college student on a $1000 budget, and that college student also happened to be blind. I regret spending $11.00 on this so much. I don't know what I was thinking.
The Misandrists - N/A - Walked out after ~10 minutes. No Score.
The Ballad Of Lefty Brown - N/A - Walked out after ~30 minutes. No Score.
Notable movies that I haven't seen yet but will see in the next few weeks:
  • 22 July
  • Burning
  • Border
  • Capernaum
  • Cargo
  • Cold War
  • Destroyer
  • Hale County: This Morning, This Evening
  • The House That Jack Built
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Mary Poppins Returns
  • Minding the Gap
  • On The Basis of Sex
  • The Other Side of the Wind
  • Stan & Ollie
Movies that I saw outside of theaters, not included in the list:
  • Roma - 9/10
  • Private Life - 9/10
  • The Night Comes For Us - 8/10
  • The Ballad of Buster Scruggs - 7/10
  • Kindergarten Teacher - 7/10
  • Outlaw King - 6/10
  • Apostle - 6/10
  • Bird Box - 4/10
  • Hold The Dark - 3/10
Movies that I saw in theaters in 2018, but are not included in the list due to original release date:
  • Phantom Thread - 9/10
  • Hostiles - 9/10
  • I, Tonya - 8/10
  • Molly's Game - 8/10
  • The Post - 6/10
So that's that, no complaints about this year, solid all-around. Looking forward to 2019. My wallet is not.
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2018.11.28 14:39 eventbot What's happening around town (Wed, Nov 28th - Tue, Dec 4th)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Ongoing

  • BEYOND (Factory Obscura - Oklahoma City) Thru Fri, Dec 21st Join the creatives behind the Oklahoma City art collective Factory Obscura for a fully-immersive, experiential art…
  • A Christmas Carol (Lyric at the Plaza - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Dec 24th A spectacular new Oklahoma holiday tradition returns with Lyric Theatre's production of the Charles Dickens classic,…
  • Christmas in the Park (Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail Park & Chisholm Trail Park - Yukon) Thru Mon, Dec 31st Yukon's Christmas in the Park offers a beautiful lighted drive through three interconnecting parks. Yukon's Chisholm…
  • Devon Ice Rink (Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jan 27th The Devon Ice Rink returns for another magical season in the Myriad Botanical Gardens this November through the end of…
  • Downs Family Christmas Lights (Down's Family Christmas Light Ministry - Norman) Thru Tue, Jan 1st The Downs Family Christmas Lights in Norman is one of the most spectacular light displays at a private residence in…
  • Downtown in December (Downtown - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jan 27th Downtown in December presented by Devon, is a series of holiday events and attractions in the heart of Oklahoma City.…
  • Chickasha Festival of Light (Shannon Springs Park - Chickasha) Thru Mon, Dec 31st The Chickasha Festival of Light has been recognized as one of the top ten holiday light shows in the nation…
  • Holiday in the Park (Starlight Amphitheater @ Frontier City - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jan 6th Experience the magic of a million lights sparkling throughout Frontier City Theme Park. At the annual Holiday in the Park…
  • Midwest City Holiday Lights Spectacular (Joe B. Barnes Regional Park - Midwest City) Thru Tue, Dec 25th Celebrate the magic of the season as over one million lights transform Joe B. Barnes Regional Park into a twinkling winter…
  • Holiday Pop-Up Shops (Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Dec 23rd Venture over to Midtown in Oklahoma City during the winter holidays, and gaze in wonder at the geodesic dome city overtaking…
  • It's a Wonderful Life (Pollard Theatre - Guthrie) Thru Sun, Dec 23rd Get in the Christmas spirit with the enchanting performance of “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play”…
  • Lights From the Heart (Purcell Lake - Purcell) Thru Tue, Jan 1st Set your gaze upon a holiday wonderland at Lights From the Heart in Purcell. On this 1.5-mile drive around Purcell Lake…
  • Limo Holiday Lights Tours (Citywide - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Dec 31st Schedule a two-hour tour of the city's most spectacular holiday lights via limo, and enjoy a smooth ride past vibrant…
  • Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink (Mitch Park - Edmond) Thru Sun, Jan 6th Enjoy holiday ice skating in Mitch Park at the Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink. Glide around the 117ft. x 56ft. under clear,…
  • A Territorial Christmas Celebration (Pollard Theatre - Guthrie) Thru Mon, Dec 24th Step back in time at A Territorial Christmas Celebration in Guthrie with a live theatre production, historic home tours,…
  • Kingfisher Winter Nights (Kingifhser City Park - Kingfisher) Thru Mon, Dec 24th Millions of lights are setting historic Kingfisher Park ablaze in the city of Kingfisher. Every evening from November…

Wednesday, Nov 28th

  • 🎨 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Dec 1st Start Time: 10:00am September 1 – May 12, 2019 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters As Lakota artist Oscar Howe wrote in 1958, “There is much more to Indian art, than pretty, stylized pictures.” This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it. Explore early artists such as the Kiowa Six, Tonita…
  • Anthem Drown Night! (HiLo Club - Oklahoma City) Our local friends at Anthem Brewing Co. have some great beers! Every Wednesday night from 9pm to close enjoy $8 Drown Night! Their Power Pils will be flowing!
  • Bi-Weekly Meetup (51st st. Speakeasy - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • Dungeons & Dragons (Edmond Unplugged - Edmond) Start Time: 7:00pm A City on the Edge with Ashley King No Cost Beginners and experienced players welcome Pre-made characters will be available No outside food and drink, food and drink available within the store
  • 🎓 ILLUMINATIONS: A Northern Lights Experience in the Crystal Bridge Conservatory (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Thru Fri, Nov 30th Start Time: 6:00pm Presented by OGE Energy Corp. November 23 – January 2 Evenings Enjoy a new take on holiday lighting inside the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory beginning November 23 through January 2nd. Professional designers using the latest lighting technology are taking our holiday display to the next level, beyond strings of lights. Bring your…
  • 🎨 James C. Meade Friends' Lecture: Illuminated Manuscripts (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm We’re happy to welcome Professor Bill Endres from the University of Oklahoma as our guest speaker for our first James C. Meade Friends’ Lecture of the...
  • Jonathan Byrd (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Live Music- Savoy Trio (Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • NRHA Futurity & Adequan Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Dec 2nd The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA), with its international headquarters in Oklahoma City, presents one of the…
  • 🍴 Open for Lunch! (The Melting Pot - Oklahoma City) Thru Fri, Nov 30th Start Time: 11:30am Starting Black Friday you can enjoy The Melting Pot all day long! We will be opening our doors at 11:30 am every day until December 23. Make your reservation today!
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Experience the thrill of fast-paced pro basketball as the Oklahoma City Thunder takes on the Cleveland Cavaliers. Wear your…
  • Tinder Live! with Lane Moore (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🏆 Triple Crown Beer Specials (Remington Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm The Remington Park Casino is well known for its Wednesday and Thursday evening beer specials. Now, the top signature beers from the Bricktown Brewery are...
  • 😂 Valarie Storm (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Dec 1st
  • 🏆 Wednesday Game Night (Remington Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Play the games you love for jackpots and then play more games you love for Extra Cash & Prizes on Game Night at Remington Park, every Wednesday! Starting at 6pm on Wednesday nights at Remington Park, just make sure to use your Club Remington Card as you play in the casino. Doing so may get you selected via hot seat drawings to make Free Spins,…
  • 🎨 Wildlife (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 5:30pm Partially filmed in Enid, Oklahoma, Wildlife marks the phenomenally assured, critically lauded directorial debut of actor Paul Dano (There Will Be Blood,...

Thursday, Nov 29th

  • Alyssa Elaine / Jared Valouch / Schat & The Skeleton Trees (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Start Time: 9:00pm This will be an evening of acoustic music from great Oklahoma artists. 9-10 Alyssa Elaine (Singer songwriter) 10-11 Jared Valouch (Acoustic) 11-12...
  • 🎨 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Dec 1st Start Time: 10:00am September 1 – May 12, 2019 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters As Lakota artist Oscar Howe wrote in 1958, “There is much more to Indian art, than pretty, stylized pictures.” This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it. Explore early artists such as the Kiowa Six, Tonita…
  • Ante Up! (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Go
  • The Christmas Show (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Dec 1st The Oklahoma City Philharmonic presents its annual holiday performance "The Christmas Show." This show is a family…
  • 🎭 DASHING THROUGH THE SNOW (Chickasha Community Theatre - Chickasha) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm It's four days before Christmas in the tiny town of Tinsel, Texas, and a colorful parade of eccentric guests arrive at the Snowflake Inn and deck the...
  • 🎨 Design Illustration Show (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Produced by FPC and NS2.
  • From Ashes to New (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • 🎡 Holiday Lighting (Rose State College - Midwest City) Start Time: 5:30pm
  • 🎓 ILLUMINATIONS: A Northern Lights Experience in the Crystal Bridge Conservatory (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 6:00pm Presented by OGE Energy Corp. November 23 – January 2 Evenings Enjoy a new take on holiday lighting inside the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory beginning November 23 through January 2nd. Professional designers using the latest lighting technology are taking our holiday display to the next level, beyond strings of lights. Bring your…
  • In Flames (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Jingle Mingle (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm Thursday, November 29, 5-7:30pm South Lobby of the Crystal Bridge FREE – GARDENS MEMBERS ONLY! Become a member here RSVP HERE by Friday, November 23 Gardens members, come celebrate the holiday season and let us thank you for your support at our exclusive members only holiday party, Jingle & Mingle. View our newly remodeled South Lobby and…
  • KLOVE CHRISTMAS TOUR with Big Daddy Weave (First Baptist Church - Moore) Start Time: 7:00pm Kim Walker-Smith, Brandon Heath, Sarah Reeves, Becca Bradley, Jonathan Chu
  • Manchester Orchestra & the Front Bottoms in Concert (Diamond Ballroom - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Indie rock band Manchester Orchestra got their start in 2004 and released a series of five full albums over the years,…
  • Manchester Orchestra & The Front Bottoms (Diamond Ballroom - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • NRHA Futurity & Adequan Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Dec 2nd The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA), with its international headquarters in Oklahoma City, presents one of the…
  • OKC Vocal Studios Winter Showcase Presented By Sophia Massad (VZD's - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 🍴 Open for Lunch! (The Melting Pot - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 11:30am Starting Black Friday you can enjoy The Melting Pot all day long! We will be opening our doors at 11:30 am every day until December 23. Make your reservation today!
  • 🏃 Red Coyote Pack Pint Run (Classen Curve - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Come run with the pack! The weekly Red Coyote Running and Fitness Pack Pint Run is an out-and-back 3-mile course so you can go as far or a short as you...
  • The Reduced Shakespeare Company (University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma - Chickasha) Start Time: 7:30pm Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series presents "The Reduced Shakespeare Company," featuring the theater group's…
  • 🏆 Rose State College Holiday Lighting (Rose State College - Midwest City) Start Time: 5:30pm Join us November 29, 2018 for our annual Holiday Campus Lighting. Get your glow on as we light up campus! There will be Free S'mores, Hot Chocolate, Hot...
  • Saints Sessions (Saints - Oklahoma City) Head to the Plaza District each Thursday for an evening of Saints Sessions programming. Visit Saints Pub in Oklahoma City on…
  • $ SchmoozaPalooza Trade Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 4:00pm Pipe & Drape Sponsor Networking Event Sponsors SchmoozaPalooza Trade Show Date: 11/29/2018 Time: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm Location: State Fair Park, Oklahoma Expo Hall 3213 Wichita Walk Oklahoma City, OK 73107 Map to Event Add to My Calendar Gather with OKC business professionals for fun networking at the State Fair Park. After ten schmoozing,…
  • 🎓 Small Business Xchange (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) A new day is dawning in the small business market. Take advantage of this unique exhibitor opportunity to become a part of the Small Business Xchange presented by Progressive; a cutting-edge event series designed by small business professionals to specifically help you harness the power and potential of the small business industry.
  • 🍴 Teen Murder Mystery Dinner (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 6:00pm It’s the height of Prohibition in 1920s Chicago, and there’s a mob war brewing between the South Side Gangsters and the Northern Chicago Mob Outfit. The...
  • Territorial Christmas Celebration (Harn Homestead Museum - Oklahoma City) Experience the wonder of a truly old-fashioned Christmas at the Territorial Christmas Celebration at the Harn Homestead…
  • 🎓 Moore Toastmasters (1st United Methodist Church - Moore) Start Time: 7:00pm Do you cringe at the thought of being in front of a room communicating? Maybe you have no idea how to construct your thoughts for your next business meeting?
    Come and join toastmasters and learn the art of public speaking and leadership. It is a safe and great learning environment for you to start or refine your public speaking skills. There…
  • UCO Wind Symphony: A Century of Style and Panache: 100 Years of Leonard Bernstein (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • 😂 Valarie Storm (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Dec 1st
  • 🍴 Whataburger Super Duper Celebration (Whataburger - Midwest City) Start Time: 5:00pm It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a Super Duper Celebration! In the heart of every child lives a superhero, and on Thursday, November 29, Whataburger will celebrate the superhero spirit in all of us with an evening of family fun from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Whataburger located at 2914 S. Douglas Blvd. Customers can spend quality time with their…
  • 🎨 Wildlife (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 5:30pm Partially filmed in Enid, Oklahoma, Wildlife marks the phenomenally assured, critically lauded directorial debut of actor Paul Dano (There Will Be Blood,...

Friday, Nov 30th

  • 🎨 4th Annual Merry Market (Jasco Products - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 11:00am You're invited! Jasco's 4th Annual Merry Market will happen on Friday November 30th this year from 11am-3pm. Merry Market attendees can shop from over 50 vendors and local businesses for one-of-a-kind finds, handmade items, jewelry, upcycled treasures, home decor, trendy clothing, health and beauty products, unique gifts and more. One of the…
  • Amanda Cunningham & J.R. Smith (VZD's - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • 🎓 Edmond Ambucs Friday Luncheon (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 12:00pm The Edmond Chapter Ambucs “creating mobility & independence for people with disabilities” hosts a weekly luncheon every Friday. Please join us at 12PM Noon, UCO Nigh Center, Cherokee Room. We also meet the 2nd Tues. night monthly, 5:30PM, Rock & Brews, 2737 W. Memorial Rd. for $5 burgers & FREE appetizers. More info., call (405)820-9667.
  • 🎨 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 10:00am September 1 – May 12, 2019 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters As Lakota artist Oscar Howe wrote in 1958, “There is much more to Indian art, than pretty, stylized pictures.” This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it. Explore early artists such as the Kiowa Six, Tonita…
  • 🎭 An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Boeuf (Carpenter Square Theatre - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Carpenter Square Serves Up Comedy on ‘An Empty Plate’ for the Holiday Season Carpenter Square Theatre presents “An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand...
  • Chase Rice (The Criterion - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • The Christmas Show (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) 1 day left The Oklahoma City Philharmonic presents its annual holiday performance "The Christmas Show." This show is a family…
  • 🎭 Colourmusic: Metro Music Series (ACM @ UCO - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Quirky independent psychedelic rock act colourmusic performs Nov. 30 at [email protected] Performance Lab, 329 E. Sheridan Ave., in Bricktown. Opening acts are...
  • Corey Holcomb (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • 🎭 DASHING THROUGH THE SNOW (Chickasha Community Theatre - Chickasha) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm It's four days before Christmas in the tiny town of Tinsel, Texas, and a colorful parade of eccentric guests arrive at the Snowflake Inn and deck the...
  • Drew Kennedy (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🎭 Free Zumba (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 5:00pm Join our dancing Librarian for an hour long, music filled dance party. Space is limited, please RSVP. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government...
  • 🎓 Holiday Workshop: Living Wreaths (Evergreens) (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:00pm Green Lab Friday, November 30, 7-8:30pm REGISTER HERE Saturday, December 1, 10-11:30am REGISTER HERE Saturday, December 1, 1-2:30pm REGISTER HERE Member $45; Nonmember $55 Kaitlin Bacon, Plant Biologist Design a classic, traditional evergreen wreath in this fun, hands-on holiday workshop. Receive specialized instruction as you create your own…
  • Holiday Workshop: Living Wreaths (Succulents) (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:00pm Friday, November 30, 7-8:30pm REGISTER HERE Saturday, December 1, 10-11:30am REGISTER HERE Saturday, December 1, 1-2:30pm REGISTER HERE Member $75; Nonmember $85 Roberta Rowland, Horticulturist Design a fantastic, modern succulent wreath in this fun, hands-on holiday workshop. Specialized instruction will lead you as you create your own…
  • Home for the Holidays (Downtown - Tuttle) Visit downtown Tuttle this December and get in the Christmas spirit with Home for the Holidays. This free, family-friendly…
  • 🎓 ILLUMINATIONS: A Northern Lights Experience in the Crystal Bridge Conservatory (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 6:00pm Presented by OGE Energy Corp. November 23 – January 2 Evenings Enjoy a new take on holiday lighting inside the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory beginning November 23 through January 2nd. Professional designers using the latest lighting technology are taking our holiday display to the next level, beyond strings of lights. Bring your…
  • 🎨 Mirai (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:30pm From acclaimed director Mamoru Hosoda (Summer Wars, Wolf Children) comes Mirai, a magical, emotionally soaring animated film about the ties that bring...
  • NRHA Futurity & Adequan Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Dec 2nd The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA), with its international headquarters in Oklahoma City, presents one of the…
  • 🍴 Open for Lunch! (The Melting Pot - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 11:30am Starting Black Friday you can enjoy The Melting Pot all day long! We will be opening our doors at 11:30 am every day until December 23. Make your reservation today!
  • 😂 Open Mic Night (Don Quixote Club - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Every Friday is open mic comedy at Don Quixote's! Come see Oklahoma City's up and coming talent. If you're a comedian, sign up begins at 7:30. Show at 8. Stick around for the best karaoke in the city.
  • 🎓 OTA Encyclomedia Confrence (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Adam is a dedicated educational technologist, father of two young boys, and Co-Founder of BreakoutEDU, the immersive gaming platform that enables teachers and students to transform classrooms into places of discovery and inquiry-based learning. Previously, he served as a Presidential Innovation Fellow for the White House, created several Edtech…
  • Sassafras Shopping Event (Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center - Shawnee) Day 1 of 2 More than 40 vendors will present their best wares at the Sassafras Shopping Event in Shawnee. This shopping event will…
  • 🎭 Scrooge In Rouge - Christmas Show At The Boom (The Boom - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🎨 Start With Art Presented by Oklahoma City Community Foundation (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30am Jumpstart your day with caffeine and art at Campbell Art Park! Oklahoma City Community Foundation presents Start with Art: Whiteout. The Coffee Slingers...
  • Surreptitious: The After Work Social Mixer (Avenue 101 - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm $10 Fishbowls $3 Hennessy Black $1 Beers $10 Hookah ($5 the 1st Hour) 3 Wine ::NO COVER::
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Atlanta Hawks (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Experience the thrill of fast-paced pro basketball as the Oklahoma City Thunder takes on the Atlanta Hawks. Wear your blue…
  • UCO WinterGlow (Nigh University Center - Edmond) Bring the entire family out to UCO WinterGlow in Edmond for an evening of holiday festivities. The event kicks off at 6pm…
  • 😂 Valarie Storm (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left

Saturday, Dec 1st

  • 🎨 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 10:00am September 1 – May 12, 2019 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters As Lakota artist Oscar Howe wrote in 1958, “There is much more to Indian art, than pretty, stylized pictures.” This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it. Explore early artists such as the Kiowa Six, Tonita…
  • Bank of America Museums on Us (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am
  • Mustang Christmas Bazaar (Mustang) The Mustang Christmas Bazaar has everything you need to get in the holiday spirit. Browse over 50 vendors featuring numerous…
  • 🏃 Christmas Carroll 5K (Southern Oaks Church of Christ - Chickasha) On behalf of the Chickasha Optimist Club, with the assistance of the Chickasha Runners Club, we would like to invite you to the 4th Annual Christmas "Carroll" 5K and One Mile Fun Run/Walk on December 01, 2018. Our goal is to raise funds for scholarships for deserving Chickasha High School Seniors, promote physical fitness within the Chickasha…
  • Christmas Gala (Norman Public Library - Norman) Start Time: 10:00am Don't miss the Tecumseh Friends of the Library annual Christmas Gala! We'll have fun for all ages. Free pictures with Santa, cookies, crafts, and games...
  • The Christmas Show (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Last Day The Oklahoma City Philharmonic presents its annual holiday performance "The Christmas Show." This show is a family…
  • Cowboy Christmas Parade (Stockyards City - Oklahoma City) Saddle up and ride into Historic Stockyards City this holiday season for the annual Cowboy Christmas Celebration. The first…
  • 🎓 Family Workshop: Snow Globe Worlds (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Saturday, December 1, 10-11am Member $8; Nonmember $10 Best for ages 6 to 9 REGISTER HERE Learn how our furry animal and plant friends handle the cold winter weather as we play a game and read a few stories. Then we’ll create our own snowy worlds in mason jars using natural materials to take home to proudly display throughout the season. Class…
  • Holiday Hop (Edmond) Don't miss out on Holiday Hop in Edmond, a free family event that lets you create a holiday craft in the Edmond…
  • 🏃 Holiday Hustle 5K/10K (Oklahoma Christian University, Edmond, OK - Edmond) Annual Holiday Hustle 5k \-USATF certified 5k and 10k courses \-flat and FAST \-prize money to top 3 male and female \-pancake breakfast following race \-proceeds benefit Oklahoma Christian University Fitness and Wellness Program and Men's and Women's distance running teams http://teamoc.oc.edu/holidayhustle
  • 🎓 Holiday Workshop: Living Wreaths (Evergreens) (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 7:00pm Green Lab Friday, November 30, 7-8:30pm REGISTER HERE Saturday, December 1, 10-11:30am REGISTER HERE Saturday, December 1, 1-2:30pm REGISTER HERE Member $45; Nonmember $55 Kaitlin Bacon, Plant Biologist Design a classic, traditional evergreen wreath in this fun, hands-on holiday workshop. Receive specialized instruction as you create your own…
  • Holiday Workshop: Living Wreaths (Succulents) (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 7:00pm Friday, November 30, 7-8:30pm REGISTER HERE Saturday, December 1, 10-11:30am REGISTER HERE Saturday, December 1, 1-2:30pm REGISTER HERE Member $75; Nonmember $85 Roberta Rowland, Horticulturist Design a fantastic, modern succulent wreath in this fun, hands-on holiday workshop. Specialized instruction will lead you as you create your own…
  • Minco Honey Festival (Minco High School - Minco) Satisfy your sweet tooth at the Minco Honey Festival with pure Oklahoma honey. During this celebration of…
  • Junk Hippy Roadshow (Heritage Place Inc - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00am Junk Hippy is an eclectic traveling show coming to Oklahoma City this holiday season. This one-day, indoor, winter shopping…
  • 🏆 Learn to Curl at Devon Ice Rink (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00am Learn to Curl Saturdays, November 17 & December 1 & 15, 9-10:30am Devon Ice Rink at Myriad Gardens Members: $20; Nonmembers: $25 Advance registration is required REGISTER NOVEMBER 17 HERE REGISTER DECEMBER 1 HERE REGISTER DECEMBER 15 HERE
    Join the Oklahoma Curling Club members as they walk you through the basic rules and etiquette of curling,…
  • Lindsey Stirling - The Wanderland Tour (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🏃 Little Willie's Triple Dog Dare (Leadership Square - Oklahoma City) Little Willie's Triple Dog Dare is the Ultimate Stair Climb competition in OKC. Competitors will climb and descend both North and South Towers of Leadership Square and the OKC building for a total of 138 flights of stairs. Team options are also available. http://www.littlewilliestripledogdare.com
  • NRHA Futurity & Adequan Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) 1 day left The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA), with its international headquarters in Oklahoma City, presents one of the…
  • 🏃 POOP Trail Run (Lake Thunderbird State Park - Norman) POOP (Protect Our Oklahoma Parks) Trail Run is a trail event on the first Saturday of December at the Clear Bay Trails of Lake Thunderbird State Park.
    All proceeds go to the Oklahoma State Parks Foundation to help maintain the state parks we use and love! The 2017 event raised over $6000 for Oklahoma State Parks! https://pooptrailrun.org
  • Sassafras Shopping Event (Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center - Shawnee) Day 2 of 2 More than 40 vendors will present their best wares at the Sassafras Shopping Event in Shawnee. This shopping event will…
  • 🎨 Saturdays for Kids: Holidays (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Prosperity Junction, Classrooms, Galleries Celebrate the holidays in Prosperity Junction, the Museum’s turn-of-the-century frontier town. Make Western-inspired ornaments, pinecone birdfeeders, and decorations, meet historical Western figures, sample frontier food, and mosey up to the sarsaparilla bar before dropping off your holiday wish…
  • Oklahoma City Train Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 The Oklahoma City Train Show is one of the largest model train shows in the region with operating model train displays,…
  • Trinket & Bauble Show (Red Cup Coffee Shop - Oklahoma City) Join the staff of OKC’s Red Cup in welcoming the holiday season with their Trinket and Bauble Show.
    At this annual…
  • 😂 Valarie Storm (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Last Day
  • Winterfest Craft Show (Kingfisher County Fairgrounds - Kingfisher) Perfect for holiday shopping, the Winterfest Craft Show in Kingfisher features over 65 booths of gifts, crafts and home…

Sunday, Dec 2nd

  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Blue vs. Agua Caliente Clippers (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 2:00pm Come see some thrilling professional basketball during the Oklahoma City Blue 2018-19 season. Experience the fast-paced…
  • Canterbury Christmas (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) The Canterbury Choral Society's annual Christmas show is a beloved and anticipated holiday tradition in Oklahoma City.…
  • Christmas Marketplace (Edmond Seventh-day Adventist Church - Edmond) Edmond Seventh-day Adventist Church transforms into a one-stop holiday shop in December. Visitors can scan the booth space…
  • Concert Choir and Chamber Ensemble Advent Concert (University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma - Chickasha) USAO presents the Choir and Chamber Ensemble Advent Concert at First Christian Church in Chickasha. Enjoy the…
  • NRHA Futurity & Adequan Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Last Day The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA), with its international headquarters in Oklahoma City, presents one of the…
  • Sleigh Bells Market (Farmer's Market - Oklahoma City) Come to the historic OKC Farmers Public Market for a holiday retail extravaganza you won't want to miss. 50…
  • Oklahoma City Train Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 The Oklahoma City Train Show is one of the largest model train shows in the region with operating model train displays,…

Monday, Dec 3rd

  • Sunny Sweeney in Concert (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Sunny Sweeney tells personal tales through her honky-tonk tunes. Hailing from Texas, Sunny Sweeney channels her Southern…

Tuesday, Dec 4th

  • Bach Collegium Japan (Armstrong Auditorium - Edmond) This December, set your sights on the Armstrong Auditorium in Edmond as renowned conductor Masaaki Suzuki and the Bach…
  • Barrel Racing Futurity World Championship (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Dec 8th The annual Barrel Racing Futurity World Championships come to Oklahoma State Fair Park. Put on by the Barrel Futurities of…

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2018.10.10 20:06 Phenenas Phenenas #78: Love & Mercy (2014)

10/10/2018
Date started: 12/18/2017
Today’s film is special to me. Not that I’ve seen it before, because I haven’t, but because it deals with a subject very important to me. And that’s the life of the musical genius known as Brian Wilson. Brian had a band in the 60s (and onward) known as The Beach Boys, and for a long time, they were only known for their upbeat songs about surfing and cars and girls, and their habit of wearing dorky striped shirts during every concert. Thankfully, in the new millennium, people are beginning to pay more attention to the band’s golden period in the late 60s, when Brian produced his masterpiece - Pet Sounds. My favorite album of all time. This film, Love & Mercy, explores that time period, shows the mental decay Brian went through, and does justice to the work of this great artist.
The film cuts between two time periods: the younger 60s-era Brian Wilson played by Paul Dano, and the older 80s-era Brian Wilson played by John Cusack. Brian is an incredibly complex human being, and I was worried about how well they’d get it right, but I think both actors did a commendable job. Dano explores more of his quirky, artistic, spiritual side. You really feel like all this great music already exists in his head, and he’s just trying to make it a reality. Cusack plays Wilson as more of a sensitive, broken man, which he kind of was at that point. If you watch Brian Wilson in interviews, he’s quite awkward and mumbly, and both actors capture that pretty well. But he’s incredibly passionate on the inside, and his first love is music.
The rest of the cast does a good job as well. Paul Giamatti is in this movie, and he’s a national treasure. And god, I hated him here. Not that it wasn’t a good performance, oh no, he was fantastic. But he plays such a scumbag of a human being - Dr. Eugene Landy. A therapist who tried to regulate Brian’s life, prevented him from seeing his own friends and family, and leeched off his fame. And because Mr. Wilson was in such a fragile emotional state, he was easily manipulated. It was only when Brian’s girlfriend (and present-day wife) discovered what was going on that she put a stop to it. She’s in this movie, by the way, portrayed by Elizabeth Banks. They have a decent love story, but knowing that they’re now married and still together (spoilers?) makes it so much sweeter to me. The past Wilson scenes mostly focus on the making of his musical masterpieces. It’s incredibly accurate. Anyone who knows me can tell you that I’m way too obsessed with the Beach Boys, so I knew all this stuff going in, and they base these scenes off of little factoids that only fans would know, recite voice recordings from the sessions word-for-word, and even recreate photographs taken in the studio back in 1966. For a fan, it’s incredible.
But, I’m not sure how much you’d get out of it if you’re not already familiar with the Beach Boys in general, or Pet Sounds in particular. Maybe you’d be interested in all of Wilson’s avant-garde techniques he used in Pet Sounds, using unusual instruments like sleigh bells, bicycle horns, train sound effects, and even his own dogs barking. So yeah, literal “pet sounds”. They show a bit of him working on his unfinished masterpiece Smile, which dials the weirdness up to 11. And of course, overworking himself on this is what sent him spiralling into depression. Which is a shame, because I think it could have been the greatest album of all time had it come out in ‘67. But I’m just rambling at this point. I think unfamiliar audiences would get more out of the John Cusack parts, because it tells a more cohesive story. The Dano parts are more for historical value. It’s interesting to see Brian dealing with his abusive father, the other bandmates being cool, and Mike Love being an absolute toe-rag, but it's more just a collection of random vignettes.
So the movie as a whole is a pretty messy, and doesn’t quite follow a three-act structure. But I liked it. I wish the two separate stories connected more, but other than that, and a few minor inaccuracies nobody would care about, I have no problems with this movie. It’s certainly better than I thought it was going to be. A celebration of the life of a truly remarkable man, who, by the way, loved this film. I know a lot of cool celebrities have been dying these past few years, but...Brian Wilson, please don’t ever leave us. You’re amazing.
7/10
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2018.07.22 18:40 GetFreeCash What was the best film you watched this week? (16/07/2018 - 22/07/2018)

The way this works is that you post a review of the best film you watched this week. It doesn't have to be a new release, just any film you have seen over the last seven days that you feel is worth talking about. Here are some rules.
1. Check to see if your favourite film of last week has been posted already.
2. Please post your favourite film of last week.
3. NO TV SHOWS!
4. ALWAYS use spoiler tags. Report any comments that spoil recent / little-known films (e.g. Solo, First Reformed, Hereditary) without using the spoiler tag.
5. Comments that only contain the title of the film will be removed!
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2018.06.28 18:54 LukeWilsonStupidNose Directors, actors and actresses share who they want to work with in the future.

Amy Adams: “Patty Jenkins.” (Vanity Fair, 2017)
Paul Thomas Anderson: “[Tiffany Haddish is] a really thrilling performer. It’s the same way I felt when I saw Adam — there’s so much there.” (LA Times, 2018)
Jack Black: “There’s plenty of directors that I’d love to work with that I never will. Paul Thomas Anderson. Quentin Tarantino comes to mind – yeah, not going to happen. Jim Jarmusch, David Lynch, these are guys that I love, that I’d love to work with. But you’ve got to be careful what you wish for. All of a sudden, you can be, like, naked running through the street in a David Lynch film.” (CBR, 2015)
Emily Blunt: “Walter Salles, Christopher Nolan and Martin Scorsese. Oh, and Andrea Arnold.” (The Times, 2012)
Jim Carrey: “I’ve been wanting to do something with Spike [Jonze] forever. I was stupid enough to turn him down to direct Ace 2, cause I had no idea who he was.” (TIFF, 2017)
George Clooney: “I’ve never worked with Kate Winslet and I’d love to work with her. There are a million more out there. Pretty much any actress – I love working with actresses in general.” (BAFTA, 2012)
Ryan Coogler: “Keith Stanfield.” (Hollywood Reporter, 2015)
Sofia Coppola: “Eddie Murphy. I’ve always been such a fan of his, and I wish he would do something interesting.” (The Guardian, 2017)
Benedict Cumberbatch: “Soderbergh’s a genius, I’ve always wanted to work with him.” (LA Times, 2013)
Matt Damon: “David Fincher and Paul Thomas Anderson.” (ShortList, 2013)
Guillermo del Toro: “I like Hugh Jackman very much. He has a lot of charisma, he’s a very good actor with a lot of energy.” (Metro, 2010)
Leonardo DiCaprio: “Paul Thomas Anderson is someone I’d love to work with . . . Ang Lee is very talented.” (The Talks, 2011)
Idris Elba: “Denzel Washington would be a good actor to make a movie with as he’s a legend – as is Meryl Streep, who I’d really love to work with too.” (The Sun, 2017)
Michael Fassbender: “I’ve always been a huge Scorsese fan, and I’d love to work with him. Or, more recently, Paul Thomas Anderson, or the Coen brothers.” (7x7, 2010)
Will Ferrell: “Bill Murray.” (IndieLondon, 2010)
Jeff Goldblum: “Oh boy oh boy. Mmmm. Plenty. For starters, let’s say Paul Thomas Anderson, and the Coen brothers.” (Reddit, 2014)
Ryan Gosling: “I’d like to work with Kristen Wiig, she rules.” (Moviefone, 2012)
Jake Gyllenhaal: “Denzel Washington.” (Deadline, 2014)
Anne Hathaway: “Guillermo del Toro, Tarantino, Gus Van Sant, Sarah Polley, and Sofia Coppola.” (Elle, 2008)
Ethan Hawke: “Is it okay if I say Leonardo DiCaprio? Because I know he’s crazy famous and everyone wants to work with him, but I admire tremendously the way he has handled his celebrity. After the success of Titanic, it would have been very easy for him to wind up another drug-addled casualty on the Hollywood Strip; but instead he’s dedicated himself to making great films, and doesn’t he need an older brother? Or a bad guy?” (Reddit, 2013)
Samuel L. Jackson: “Maggie Smith. Maggie’s one of my favorite people.” (People, 2017)
Allison Janney: “I want to work with Judd Apatow, I’ll tell you that. I like things messy, I like things that aren’t just comedy and aren't just drama.” (Larry King Now, 2018)
Scarlett Johansson: “Tim Burton.” (MTV, 2009)
Michael B. Jordan: “Paul Thomas Anderson, David O. Russell I’d love to work with. I wouldn’t mind rocking out Quentin Tarantino. But you know what? I’m going to go with the best. Martin Scorsese. I want to work with Marty.” (The Daily Beast, 2013)
Brie Larson: “I love Charlie Kaufman, and I love Spike Jonze, and I love P.T. Anderson.” (BirthMoviesDeath, 2013)
David Lowery: “It can range from Brad Pitt and Tilda Swinton to Janelle Monáe who I loved in Hidden Figures and Moonlight. Actually the entire cast of Moonlight I’d love to work with! Paul Dano is someone who I hope to find a project to work with, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jessica Chastain. I love Kristen Stewart and what she’s doing now, the choices she’s making are really exciting and I’d love one of my movies to be one of those choices. I had a meeting with Selena Gomez a few years ago and the project didn’t work out, but I’d love to make a movie with her as strange as that may seem.” (The Young Folks, 2017)
Rooney Mara: “Paul Thomas Anderson and Michael Haneke.” (TimeOut, 2015)
Jennifer Lawrence: “The Coen brothers, Tommy Lee Jones, Will Ferrell, and Cate Blanchett.” (Vanity Fair, 2015)
Liam Neeson: “I’d love to work with Denzel. I have such admiration for him as an actor.” (GQ, 2014)
Jeff Nichols: “I’m pretty blown away by Matt Damon and Christian Bale’s work, if we are talking about people I haven’t worked with. Also, I’m a fan of Kate Mara and Mia Wasikowska.” (Reddit, 2016)
Elizabeth Olsen: “Yorgos [Lanthimos] — I really wanted to be in The Lobster, but there was a time problem. I want to work with Alexander Payne, the Coen brothers, P.T. Anderson, Quentin Tarantino. I like things that are a little off-center. Noah Baumbach.” (Village Voice, 2017)
David Oyelowo: “Kathryn Bigelow.” (Reddit, 2018)
Natalie Portman: “Julianne Moore, Cate Blanchett, Isabelle Huppert — there’s a lot!” (BuzzFeed, 2018)
Chris Pratt: “I would love to work with John Lithgow. I think I would really like to work with Bill Murray at some point, he’s amazing.” (The Morning Mash Up, 2014)
Keanu Reeves: “David Lynch and Paul Verhoeven.” (Giovanna Grassi, 2017)
Ivan Reitman: “I’d love to work with some of the young women who are just so great, like Jennifer Lawrence or Anne Hathaway. I think they have such skill. I’d love to find some way to do a different kind of comedy with them.” (Collider, 2014)
Margot Robbie: “Ever since I saw The Assassination of Jesse James, I’ve being dying to work with Andrew Dominik. He’s just a brilliant Aussie director. And Cate Blanchett has always been my absolute acting idol. Ben Mendelsohn... I would chop off my right hand to work with him. Baz Luhrmann would be one of those bucket list sort of things. Rebel Wilson. I actually can’t think of an Aussie actor that I wouldn’t be thrilled to work with.” (FilmInk, 2016)
Chris Rock: “[I want to] direct Denzel Washington in a comedy. He hasn’t done it. I’ve seen him: He can turn a phrase and be kind of charming and kind of funny. He can kind of do everything.” (Tribeca Film Festival, 2016)
Saoirse Ronan: “I’d love to work with Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone because they are fantastic. I think it is a good time to be in the company of other people who don’t want to sexualise themselves or objectify themselves.” (Telegraph, 2013)
Martin Scorsese: “Johnny Depp is one. I like him. He’s unique. I don’t know how he does it. George Clooney. Brad Pitt is interesting. And Tobey Maguire. There’s a lot of good people.” (The Playlist, 2010)
Michael Shannon: “I’ve always wanted to work with David Lynch . . . Paul Thomas Anderson? I’m desperate to work with him. He’s at the top. And I’d love to work with Michael Haneke.” (PORT Magazine, 2013)
Steven Spielberg: “Al Pacino and Robert De Niro.” (Inquirer, 2012)
Jason Statham: “Will Ferrell. I want to do, like, an action-comedy with him.” (Entertainment Weekly, 2013)
Kristen Stewart: “I love Jacques Audiard. A Prophet transported me. I would kill to work with him. I also really like Andrea Arnold. I love Fish Tank . . . I loved Mustang, Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s movie.” (Les Inrockuptible, 2015)
Emma Stone: “If I don’t do something with Diane Keaton before the end of time, I don’t know what I’ll do.” (Hollywood Reporter, 2017)
Meryl Streep: “I would like Martin Scorsese to be interested in a female character once in a while, but I don't know if I’ll live that long.” (The Talks, 2011)
Quentin Tarantino: “Kate Winslet, she is one of the greatest actresses of our time.” (The Young Folks, 2016)
Charlize Theron: “I am stalking Lynne Ramsay.” (San Francisco Chronicle, 2018)
Alicia Vikander: “Denis Villeneuve, the Coen brothers, or Charlie Kaufman.” (Santa Barbara Independent, 2016)
Denzel Washington: “There are obvious ones - Scorsese, or Tarantino, but they haven’t called.” (Den of Geek, 2010)
Edgar Wright: “Clint Eastwood.” (Den of Geek, 2013)
edited to add dates
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2018.01.08 18:06 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - January 8th [from r/NHLstatheads]

Here's our Daily NHL Update from NHLstatheads - If you are interested in seeing it with all of the bells and whistles, please click the link below:
https://www.reddit.com/NHLstatheads/comments/7ozao6/daily_nhl_update_monday_january_8th/
Fun Fact: If you have RES installed, all of the tables are fully sortable.
Enjoy! -FCVD
DAILY NHL UPDATE - Monday, January 8th

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Sunday, January 7th Monday, January 8th Time (ET) Tuesday, January 9th Time (ET)
BUF 1 - 4 PHI CBJ @ TOR 7:00 PM VAN @ WSH 7:00 PM
NJD 4 - 5 NYI SO WPG @ BUF 7:00 PM
EDM 1 - 4 CHI CAR @ TBL 7:30 PM
SJS 1 - 4 WPG CHI @ OTT 7:30 PM
STL 3 - 4 WSH OT CGY @ MIN 8:00 PM
FLA 2 - 3 CBJ SO EDM @ NSH 8:00 PM
TBL 5 - 2 DET FLA @ STL 8:00 PM
VAN 2 - 5 MTL
BOS 5 - 6 PIT OT
NYR 1 - 2 VGK

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
CBJ at TOR
Info
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
FS-Ohio Local TV TSN4, TVAS
NHL-Network National TV NHL-Network
Stats
24-16-3 Record 25-16-2
3rd - Metro Place 3rd - Atlantic
4-4-2 Last 10 5-4-1
-1 Goal Diff +17
30th - 12.60% PP % 21.14% - 8th
20th - 80.17% PK % 83.33% - 7th
Head-to-Head
1-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-1-0
2-1-0 Last Season Vs. 1-2-0
23 GP, 12-10-0 (1 tie) All Time Vs. 23 GP, 10-10-2 (1 tie)
Leaders
Artemi Panarin - 35 Points 33 - Auston Matthews
Josh Anderson - 14 Goals 19 - Auston Matthews
Artemi Panarin - 25 Assists 26 - Morgan Rielly
Goalies
Sergei Bobrovsky Starter Frederik Andersen
Projected Status Projected
20-12-3 Record 22-12-1
2.41 GAA 2.64
.921 SV % .922
YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS

All NHL Results for Sunday, January 7th

BUF @ PHI
Info
1 Final 4
31 Shots 29
1/3 PP 1/3
8 PIM 8
52% FO% 48%
25 Hits 21
11 Blocks 11
Goals
Ryan O'Reilly (10) - PP Goal Shayne Gostisbehere (9)
Jack Eichel, Rasmus Ristolainen Assists Scott Laughton, Jori Lehtera
Goal PP - Sean Couturier (22)
Assists Claude Giroux, Jakub Voracek
Goal Sean Couturie (23)
Assists Jakub Voracek, Michael Raffl
Goal Ivan Provorov (8)
Assists Wayne Simmonds, Andrew MacDonald
Goalies
Robin Lehner Starter Michal Neuvirth
25 of 27, .926% Stats 30 of 31, .968%
NJD @ NYI
Info
4 Final - SO 5
46 Shots 38
0/5 PP 1/3
6 PIM 10
46% FO% 54%
14 Hits 25
22 Blocks 14
Goals
Travis Zajac (4) Goal Anders Lee (25)
Marcus Johansson, Sami Vatanen Assists Ryan Pulock, Thomas Hickey
Travis Zajac (5) - SH Goal Anthony Beauvillier (5)
Brian Gibbons Assists Mathew Barzal, Jordan Eberle
Miles Wood (11) Goal PP - Sebastian Aho (1)
Will Butcher, Taylor Hall Assists John Tavares, Mathew Barzal
Taylor Hall (15) Goal Cal Clutterbuck (7)
John Moore, Miles Wood Assists Sebastian Aho, Brock Nelson
Goalies
Cory Schneider Starter Jaroslav Halak
34 of 38, .895% Stats 42 of 46, .913%
EDM @ CHI
Info
1 Final 4
33 Shots 29
0/1 PP 0/2
6 PIM 2
39% FO% 61%
30 Hits 18
27 Blocks 12
Goals
Darnell Nurse (3) Goal Nick Schmaltz (10)
Michael Cammalleri, Zack Kassian Assists Ryan Hartman, Jan Rutta
Goal Alex DeBrincat (14)
Assists David Kampf
Goal Brandon Saad (13)
Assists Jonathan Toews, Vinnie Hinostroza
Goal Jordan Oesterle (3)
Assists Unassisted
Goalies
Cam Talbot Starter Anton Forsberg
25 of 29, .862% Stats 32 of 33, .970%
SJS @ WPG
Info
1 Final 4
32 Shots 30
1/4 PP 1/3
11 PIM 13
X% FO% X%
12 Hits 14
15 Blocks 21
Goals
Logan Couture (16) - PP Goal Matt Hendricks (4)
Joe Pavelski, Brent Burns Assists Joel Armia, Andrew Copp
Goal Marko Dano (2)
Assists Jacob Trouba, Andrew Copp
Goal PP - Mathieu Perreault (11)
Assists Blake Wheeler, Tyler Myers
Goal Mathieu Perreault (12)
Assists Tyler Myers
Goalies
Martin Jones Starter Connor Hellebuyck
26 of 29, .897% Stats 31 of 32, .969%
STL @ WSH
Info
3 Final - OT 4
34 Shots 33
1/2 PP 2/4
8 PIM 4
58% FO% 42%
19 Hits 18
19 Blocks 9
Goals
Vladimir Tarasenko (18) Goal PP - Brett Connolly (9)
Ivan Barbashev, Joel Edmundson Assists Alex Ovechkin, John Carlson
Alexander Steen (6) - PP Goal PP - Alex Ovechkin (27)
Brayden Schenn, Alex Pietrangelo Assists John Carlson, Nicklas Backstrom
Carl Gunnarsson (4) Goal Lars Eller (6)
Patrik Berglund, Tage Thompson Assists T.J. Oshie, Madison Bowey
Goal Nicklas Backstrom (9)
Assists T.J. Oshie
Goalies
Carter Hutton Starter Braden Holtby
29 of 33, .879% Stats 31 of 34, .912%
FLA @ CBJ
Info
2 Final - SO 3
44 Shots 48
1/3 PP 2/4
10 PIM 8
58% FO% 42%
19 Hits 18
11 Blocks 25
Goals
Jonathan Huberdeau (15) - PP Goal PP - Nick Foligno (8)
Evgenii Dadonov, Aleksander Barkov Assists Pierre-Luc Dubois, Seth Jones
Aleksander Barkov (13) Goal PP - Pierre-Luc Dubois (9)
Jonathan Huberdeau, Keith Yandle Assists Seth Jones, Artemi Panarin
Goalies
James Reimer Starter Sergei Bobrovsky
46 of 48, .958% Stats 42 of 44, .955%
TBL @ DET
Info
5 Final 2
24 Shots 36
0/0 PP 0/4
20 PIM 12
45% FO% 55%
24 Hits 26
16 Blocks 13
Goals
Dan Girardi (3) Goal Gustav Nyquist (14)
Vladislav Namestnikov, Yanni Gourde Assists Tyler Bertuzzi, Henrik Zetterberg
Tyler Johnson (13) Goal Justin Abdelkader (7)
Dan Girardi, Ondrej Palat Assists Anthony Mantha
Yanni Gourde (13) Goal
Alex Killorn, Vladislav Namestnikov Assists
Nikita Kucherov (27) Goal
Steven Stamkos Assists
Yanni Gourde (14) Goal
Ondrej Palat Assists
Goalies
Louis Domingue Starter Petr Mrazek
34 of 36, .944% Stats 19 of 24, .792%
VAN @ MTL
Info
2 Final 5
36 Shots 45
0/3 PP 1/3
6 PIM 6
49% FO% 51%
31 Hits 22
24 Blocks 13
Goals
Daniel Sedin (9) Goal Karl Alzner (1)
Alexander Edler, Henrik Sedin Assists Unassisted
Michael Del Zotto (2) Goal PP - Alex Galchenyuk (10)
Brock Boeser, Daniel Sedin Assists Jeff Petry, Jonathan Drouin
Goal Brendan Gallagher (16)
Assists Karl Alzner
Goal Paul Byron (11)
Assists Brendan Gallagher
Goal Max Pacioretty (10)
Assists Phillip Danault, Jeff Petry
Goalies
Anders Nilsson Starter Carey Price
40 of 44, .909% Stats 34 of 36, .944%
BOS @ PIT
Info
5 Final - OT 6
25 Shots 35
0/2 PP 2/3
6 PIM 4
52% FO% 48%
28 Hits 36
15 Blocks 18
Goals
Ryan Spooner (4) Goal Jamie Oleksiak (3)
Kevan Miller, Jake DeBrusk Assists Matt Hunwick, Carl Hagelin
Brad Marchand (17) Goal PP - Phil Kessel (18)
Patrice Bergeron Assists Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin
Noel Acciari (6) Goal Kris Letang (3)
Brandon Carlo, Brad Marchand Assists Sidney Crosby
David Pastrnak (17) Goal PP - Evgeni Malkin (16)
Unassisted Assists Sidney Crosby, Patric Hornqvist
David Backes (8) Goal Riley Sheahan (4)
Zdeno Chara, Danton Heinen Assists Unassisted
Goal Evgeni Malkin (17)
Assists Phil Kessel, Kris Letang
Goalies
Tuukka Rask Starter Tristan Jarry
Backup Matt Murray
29 of 35, .829% Stats T. Jarry - 14 of 19, .737%
Stats M. Murray - 6 of 6, 1.000%, W
NYR @ VGK
Info
1 Final 2
29 Shots 34
0/2 PP 0/1
2 PIM 4
54% FO% 46%
8 Hits 23
24 Blocks 9
Goals
Mika Zibanejad (13) Goal James Neal (18)
Michael Grabner, Vinni Lettieri Assists David Perron
Goal William Karlsson (22)
Assists Reilly Smith, Jonathan Marchessault
Goalies
Ondrej Pavelec Starter Marc-Andre Fleury
32 of 34, .941% Stats 28 of 29, .966%

Current NHL Standings

EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL 42 30 9 3 63 .750 155 103 +52 6-3-1
BOS 40 23 10 7 53 .663 131 102 +29 8-0-2
TOR 43 25 16 2 52 .605 141 124 +17 5-4-1
DET 41 17 17 7 41 .500 112 127 -15 6-4-0
FLA 41 17 18 6 40 .488 113 133 -20 5-4-1
MTL 42 18 20 4 40 .476 108 129 -21 4-6-0
OTT 40 14 17 9 37 .463 111 138 -27 4-4-2
BUF 42 10 23 9 29 .345 92 143 -51 2-5-3
Metro GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH 42 26 13 3 55 .655 132 120 +12 7-1-2
NJD 41 22 11 8 52 .634 130 125 +5 5-2-3
CBJ 43 24 16 3 51 .593 118 119 -1 4-4-2
NYR 42 22 15 5 49 .583 128 117 +11 5-3-2
PIT 44 22 19 3 47 .534 126 138 -12 5-5-0
CAR 41 19 14 8 46 .561 115 126 -11 6-3-1
PHI 42 19 15 8 46 .548 123 122 +1 5-4-1
NYI 43 21 18 4 46 .535 146 158 -12 3-6-1
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WPG 43 25 11 7 57 .663 144 117 +27 7-1-2
STL 45 26 16 3 55 .611 130 115 +15 4-5-1
NSH 41 24 11 6 54 .659 129 113 +16 4-4-2
DAL 43 24 16 3 51 .593 132 118 +14 6-2-2
MIN 42 22 17 3 47 .560 123 123 0 5-5-0
COL 41 22 16 3 47 .573 135 124 +11 7-2-1
CHI 41 20 15 6 46 .561 125 114 +11 5-4-1
Pacific GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK 41 29 10 2 60 .732 143 113 +30 9-1-0
LAK 42 24 13 5 53 .631 126 99 +27 4-4-2
SJS 40 21 13 6 48 .600 110 106 +4 4-3-3
ANA 43 19 15 9 47 .547 117 120 -3 5-4-1
CGY 41 21 16 4 46 .561 115 119 -4 5-4-1
EDM 43 18 22 3 39 .453 118 141 -23 4-5-1
VAN 42 16 20 6 38 .452 110 140 -30 2-6-2
ARI 43 10 27 6 26 .302 98 150 -52 3-6-1

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
TBL 42 30 9 3 63 .750 155 103 38 154 24.68 27 140 80.71 1393 11.0 1327 .924 102.6
VGK 41 29 10 2 60 .732 143 113 24 131 18.32 23 123 81.30 1336 10.6 1257 .912 100.7
WPG 43 25 11 7 57 .663 144 117 39 156 25.00 28 151 81.46 1378 10.4 1365 .915 100.6
BOS 40 23 10 7 53 .663 131 102 27 130 20.77 21 122 82.79 1268 10.2 1186 .916 101.7
NSH 41 24 11 6 54 .659 129 113 37 154 24.03 30 167 82.04 1255 10.0 1333 .918 100.9
WSH 42 26 13 3 55 .655 132 120 26 129 20.16 29 144 79.86 1212 10.6 1343 .911 101.5
NJD 41 22 11 8 52 .634 130 125 27 126 21.43 24 144 83.33 1276 10.0 1355 .911 100.7
LAK 42 24 13 5 53 .631 126 99 22 125 17.60 18 144 87.50 1296 9.6 1327 .925 101.5
STL 45 26 16 3 55 .611 130 115 23 151 15.23 26 139 81.29 1496 8.5 1362 .916 100.5
TOR 43 25 16 2 52 .605 141 124 26 123 21.14 23 138 83.33 1322 10.4 1458 .916 101.6
SJS 40 21 13 6 48 .600 110 106 32 144 22.22 21 131 83.97 1300 8.3 1214 .914 98.5
CBJ 43 24 16 3 51 .593 118 119 16 127 12.60 23 116 80.17 1455 7.8 1350 .914 99.7
DAL 43 24 16 3 51 .593 132 118 26 129 20.16 29 150 80.67 1356 9.5 1289 .909 100.7
NYR 42 22 15 5 49 .583 128 117 25 135 18.52 22 135 83.70 1317 9.5 1420 .920 101.1
COL 41 22 16 3 47 .573 135 124 35 165 21.21 24 149 83.89 1241 10.8 1322 .907 101.1
Avg. 42 21 16 5 47 .562 124 124 26 137 19.28 26 137 80.72 1337 9.3 1337 .909 100.0
CAR 41 19 14 8 46 .561 115 126 21 131 16.03 21 100 79.00 1410 7.9 1189 .897 98.8
CGY 41 21 16 4 46 .561 115 119 25 142 17.61 28 132 78.79 1353 8.4 1287 .910 99.9
CHI 41 20 15 6 46 .561 125 114 22 153 14.38 24 130 81.54 1416 8.8 1354 .917 100.6
MIN 42 22 17 3 47 .560 123 123 25 128 19.53 28 163 82.82 1238 9.8 1355 .910 100.0
PHI 42 19 15 8 46 .548 123 122 31 149 20.81 32 128 75.00 1349 9.1 1291 .908 100.9
ANA 43 19 15 9 47 .547 117 120 20 118 16.95 26 160 83.75 1268 9.1 1464 .921 101.1
NYI 43 21 18 4 46 .535 146 158 30 144 20.83 35 135 74.07 1346 10.6 1454 .892 100.3
PIT 44 22 19 3 47 .534 126 138 41 154 26.62 27 153 82.35 1514 8.2 1336 .897 96.1
DET 41 17 17 7 41 .500 112 127 25 126 19.84 24 129 81.40 1251 8.7 1318 .904 99.3
FLA 41 17 18 6 40 .488 113 133 20 126 15.87 26 129 79.84 1408 7.9 1451 .910 99.2
MTL 42 18 20 4 40 .476 108 129 24 125 19.20 30 139 78.42 1427 7.4 1357 .906 98.7
OTT 40 14 17 9 37 .463 111 138 21 133 15.79 28 118 76.27 1229 9.0 1271 .895 98.8
EDM 43 18 22 3 39 .453 118 141 19 118 16.10 39 137 71.53 1488 7.9 1328 .895 98.7
VAN 42 16 20 6 38 .452 110 140 29 142 20.42 33 148 77.70 1253 8.8 1349 .898 99.2
BUF 42 10 23 9 29 .345 92 143 16 129 12.40 26 129 79.84 1298 7.1 1359 .896 98.3
ARI 43 10 27 6 26 .302 98 150 24 136 17.65 21 110 80.91 1296 7.5 1374 .892 97.4
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 42 21 16 5 47 .562 124 124 26 137 19.28 26 137 80.72 1337 9.3 1337 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 1/8/2018.

Current Individual Leaders

NOTE: *To be included in our League Leaders, players must have played in at least 15% of all possible games for their respective teams.
League Leaders
Points Goals Assists
Nikita Kucherov 59 Alex Ovechkin 27 Jakub Voracek 43
Claude Giroux 52 Nikita Kucherov 27 Josh Bailey 38
Nathan MacKinnon 52 Anders Lee 25 Claude Giroux 38
Steven Stamkos 51 Sean Couturier 23 Blake Wheeler 36
2 more players at 51 3 players at 22 2 players at 34
+ / - Points Per Game GWG
Anton Stralman +23 Nikita Kucherov 1.40 Brayden Point 7
Jaden Schwartz +23 Nathan MacKinnon 1.27 Sean Monahan 7
Drew Doughty +21 Brad Marchand 1.25 Artem Anisimov 6
Victor Hedman +21 Claude Giroux 1.24 Brandon Saad 6
4 players at +20 2 players at 1.21 Brayden Schenn 6
Shots Shooting % ATOI
Vladimir Tarasenko 187 William Karlsson 25.9% Drew Doughty 27:10
Alex Ovechkin 183 Mathieu Perreault 23.5% Ryan Suter 26:50
Tyler Seguin 176 Anders Lee 23.4% Erik Karlsson 26:27
Brent Burns 172 Jaden Schwartz 22.2% John Carlson 26:20
Evander Kane 170 Brian Gibbons 20.7% Rasmus Ristolainen 26:05
Blocks Hits PIM
Kris Russell 127 Chris Wagner 143 Tom Wilson 93
Alec Martinez 114 Robert Hagg 138 Micheal Haley 85
Joel Edmundson 104 Adam Larsson 137 Ryan Reaves 80
Ryan McDonagh 104 Luke Schenn 134 Antoine Roussel 75
Andy Greene 101 Matt Martin 125 Austin Watson 75
GAA Save % Shutouts
Carter Hutton 1.82 Carter Hutton .941 Andrei Vasilevskiy 6
Andrei Vasilevskiy 2.04 Andrei Vasilevskiy .935 Sergei Bobrovsky 4
Tuukka Rask 2.23 Corey Crawford .929 Ben Bishop 4
Corey Crawford 2.27 Roberto Luongo .928 Pekka Rinne 3
Aaron Dell 2.27 2 goalies at .926 5 more goalies @ 3
ROSTER NEWS

Roster transactions over the last week from around the NHL & AHL

Team Sunday, January 7th -- Transactions
COL Reassigned goaltender Andrew Hammond to Belleville (AHL)
COL Reassigned forward A.J. Greer to San Antonio (AHL)
COL Reassigned defenseman Andrei Mironov to San Antonio (AHL)
CBJ Recalled center Zac Dalpe from Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled defenseman Dean Kukan from Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled goaltender Joonas Korpisalo from Cleveland (AHL)
DET Recalled goaltender Jared Coreau from Grand Rapids (AHL)
EDM Assigned goaltender Laurent Brossoit to Bakersfield (AHL)
LAK Assigned forward Jonny Brodzinski to Ontario (AHL)
LAK Assigned defenseman Kevin Gravel to Ontario (AHL)
NYI Loaned forward Tanner Fritz to Bridgeport (AHL)
NYI Loaned forward Anthony Beauvillier to Bridgeport (AHL)
NYI Loaned defenseman Sebastian Aho to Bridgeport (AHL)
PHI Loaned forward Tyrell Goulbourne to Lehigh Valley (AHL)
PIT Reassigned defenseman Frank Corrado to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
SJS Recalled forward Marcus Sorensen from San Jose (AHL)
SJS Placed defenseman Dylan DeMelo on IR
VAN Reassigned forward Reid Boucher to Utica (AHL)
Team Saturday, January 6th -- Transactions
NYI Recalled forward Anthony Beauvillier from Bridgeport (AHL)
OTT Recalled forward Colin White from Belleville
Team Friday, January 5th -- Transactions
ARI Assigned defenseman Kyle Capobianco to Tucson (AHL)
ARI Assigned forward Lawson Crouse to Tucson (AHL)
BUF Assigned defenseman Taylor Fedun to Rochester (AHL)
CAR Assigned forward Aleksi Saarela to Charlotte (AHL)
CBJ Assigned center Zac Dalpe to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Assigned defenseman Dean Kukan to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Assigned goaltender Joonas Korpisalo to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled goaltender Matiss Kivlenieks from Cleveland (AHL)
DAL Assigned forward Jason Dickinson to Texas (AHL)
OTT Assigned forward Filip Chlapik to Belleville (AHL)
STL Assigned forward Sammy Blais to San Antonio (AHL)
TOR Recalled defenseman Travis Dermott from Toronto (AHL)
TOR Assigned defenseman Martin Marincin to Toronto (AHL)
VGK Placed defenseman Jon Merrill on IR
Team Thursday, January 4th -- Transactions
ARI Claimed center Freddie Hamilton off waivers from Calgary (NHL)
ARI Assigned forward Mario Kempe to Tucson (AHL).
CGY Lost the rights to center Freddie Hamilton due to a waiver claim from Arizona (NHL)
CBJ Recalled center Zac Dalpe from Cleveland (AHL)
EDM Acquired goaltender Al Montoya from Montreal in exchange for a conditional 2018 fourth-round draft pick
MTL Acquired a conditional 2018 fourth-round draft pick from Edmonton in exchange for goaltender Al Montoya
NSH Reassigned defenseman Joonas Lyytinen to Milwaukee (AHL)
NYI Agreed to terms with defenseman Scott Mayfield on a five-year contract extension, with undisclosed terms
Team Wednesday, January 3rd -- Transactions
BOS Assigned forward Anders Bjork to Providence (AHL)
CGY Placed forward Freddie Hamilton on waivers.
CAR Recalled forward Aleksi Saarela from Charlotte (AHL)
CAR Placed forward Marcus Kruger on IR (lower-body injury)
CBJ Assigned center Zac Dalpe to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Assigned defenseman Dean Kukan to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled defenseman Dean Kukan from Cleveland (AHL)
MTL Assigned defenseman Brett Lernout to Laval (AHL)
PHI Recalled left wing Tyrell Goulbourne from Lehigh Valley (AHL)
VGK Signed forward Jonathan Marchessault to a six-year contract extension through the '23-'24 season worth an AAV of $5 million
WPG Assigned defenseman Julian Melchiori to Manitoba (AHL)
Team Tuesday, January 2nd -- Transactions
MIN Activated forward Zach Parise from long term IR
MIN Assigned forward Zack Mitchell to Iowa (AHL)
TOR Loaned goaltender Calvin Pickard to Toronto (AHL)
TOR Recalled forward Frederik Gauthier from Toronto (AHL)
Team Monday, January 1st -- Transactions
CBJ Recalled forward Zac Dalpe from Cleveland (AHL)
FLA Recalled forward Maxim Mamin from Springfield (AHL)
MIN Placed forward Zack Mitchell on waivers
NYI Assigned forward Anthony Beauvillier to Bridgeport (AHL)
NYI Assigned forward Steve Bernier to Bridgeport (AHL)
PIT Recalled forward Dominik Simon from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Assigned goaltender Casey DeSmith to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Assigned defenseman Andrey Pedan to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Assigned forward Garrett Wilson to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
Injury & Suspensions Report

Current Injury & Suspensions reports from around the NHL - Updated Daily

Last Updated: January 8th, 10:48 AM (CT)
CLICK HERE FOR OUR FULL INJURY REPORT POST
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Injury Report Additions - Past 48 Hours

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
Sebastian Aho CAR Sun Jan 7 2018 Leg Aho injured his leg in the previous game and it is unknown if he will return to the lineup on Tuesday against the Lightning.
Kevin Hayes NYR Sun Jan 7 2018 Lower Body Hayes departed the last game due to a lower-body injury and it is unknown if he will participate in Saturdays tilt against the Islanders.
Dylan Demelo SJS Sun Jan 7 2018 Undisclosed Demelo has landed on injured reserve due to an unspecified injury and there is no timetable for return.
Dan Girardi TBL Sun Jan 7 2018 Neck Girardi left the last game due to a neck injury and his status for Tuesdays contest against the Hurricanes is in question.
Luca Sbisa VGK Sun Jan 7 2018 Upper Body Sbisa missed the last game due to an upper-body injury and it is unknown if he will suit up Saturday against the Oilers.
Adam Lowry WPG Sun Jan 7 2018 Upper Body Lowry is battling an upper-body injury and it is uncertain if he will play against the Sabres on Tuesday.
Marc Methot DAL Sat Jan 6 2018 Knee Methot missed the last game due to soreness in his knee and it is unclear if he will suit up Saturday against the Avalanche.
Jimmy Howard DET Sat Jan 6 2018 Lower Body Howard was held out of the previous game due to a lower-body injury and it is undetermined if he will be available against the Penguins on Saturday.
Jake Muzzin LAK Sat Jan 6 2018 Undisclosed Muzzin has been placed on injured reserve with an unspecified injury and it is unknown if he will be activated prior to Saturdays game against the Ducks.
Andrew Ladd NYI Sat Jan 6 2018 Undisclosed Ladd missed the last game with an unspecified injury and his status is unknown for Saturday against the Rangers.
Christopher Tanev VAN Sat Jan 6 2018 Mouth Tanev sat out the last game with an injury to his mouth and it is unclear if he will play Tuesday against the Capitals.
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2018.01.08 16:40 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - Monday, January 8th

DAILY NHL UPDATE - Monday, January 8th

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Sunday, January 7th Monday, January 8th Time (ET) Tuesday, January 9th Time (ET)
BUF 1 - 4 PHI CBJ @ TOR 7:00 PM VAN @ WSH 7:00 PM
NJD 4 - 5 NYI SO WPG @ BUF 7:00 PM
EDM 1 - 4 CHI CAR @ TBL 7:30 PM
SJS 1 - 4 WPG CHI @ OTT 7:30 PM
STL 3 - 4 WSH OT CGY @ MIN 8:00 PM
FLA 2 - 3 CBJ SO EDM @ NSH 8:00 PM
TBL 5 - 2 DET FLA @ STL 8:00 PM
VAN 2 - 5 MTL
BOS 5 - 6 PIT OT
NYR 1 - 2 VGK

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
Info
CBJ at TOR
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
FS-Ohio Local TV TSN4, TVAS
NHL-Network National TV NHL-Network
Stats
24-16-3 Record 25-16-2
3rd - Metro Place 3rd - Atlantic
4-4-2 Last 10 5-4-1
-1 Goal Diff +17
30th - 12.60% PP % 21.14% - 8th
20th - 80.17% PK % 83.33% - 7th
Head-to-Head
1-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-1-0
2-1-0 Last Season Vs. 1-2-0
23 GP, 12-10-0 (1 tie) All Time Vs. 23 GP, 10-10-2 (1 tie)
Leaders
Artemi Panarin - 35 Points 33 - Auston Matthews
Josh Anderson - 14 Goals 19 - Auston Matthews
Artemi Panarin - 25 Assists 26 - Morgan Rielly
Goalies
Sergei Bobrovsky Starter Frederik Andersen
Projected Status Projected
20-12-3 Record 22-12-1
2.41 GAA 2.64
.921 SV % .922
YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS

All NHL Results for Sunday, January 7th

BUF @ PHI
Info
1 Final 4
31 Shots 29
1/3 PP 1/3
8 PIM 8
52% FO% 48%
25 Hits 21
11 Blocks 11
Goals
Ryan O'Reilly (10) - PP Goal Shayne Gostisbehere (9)
Jack Eichel, Rasmus Ristolainen Assists Scott Laughton, Jori Lehtera
Goal PP - Sean Couturier (22)
Assists Claude Giroux, Jakub Voracek
Goal Sean Couturie (23)
Assists Jakub Voracek, Michael Raffl
Goal Ivan Provorov (8)
Assists Wayne Simmonds, Andrew MacDonald
Goalies
Robin Lehner Starter Michal Neuvirth
25 of 27, .926% Stats 30 of 31, .968%
NJD @ NYI
Info
4 Final - SO 5
46 Shots 38
0/5 PP 1/3
6 PIM 10
46% FO% 54%
14 Hits 25
22 Blocks 14
Goals
Travis Zajac (4) Goal Anders Lee (25)
Marcus Johansson, Sami Vatanen Assists Ryan Pulock, Thomas Hickey
Travis Zajac (5) - SH Goal Anthony Beauvillier (5)
Brian Gibbons Assists Mathew Barzal, Jordan Eberle
Miles Wood (11) Goal PP - Sebastian Aho (1)
Will Butcher, Taylor Hall Assists John Tavares, Mathew Barzal
Taylor Hall (15) Goal Cal Clutterbuck (7)
John Moore, Miles Wood Assists Sebastian Aho, Brock Nelson
Goalies
Cory Schneider Starter Jaroslav Halak
34 of 38, .895% Stats 42 of 46, .913%
EDM @ CHI
Info
1 Final 4
33 Shots 29
0/1 PP 0/2
6 PIM 2
39% FO% 61%
30 Hits 18
27 Blocks 12
Goals
Darnell Nurse (3) Goal Nick Schmaltz (10)
Michael Cammalleri, Zack Kassian Assists Ryan Hartman, Jan Rutta
Goal Alex DeBrincat (14)
Assists David Kampf
Goal Brandon Saad (13)
Assists Jonathan Toews, Vinnie Hinostroza
Goal Jordan Oesterle (3)
Assists Unassisted
Goalies
Cam Talbot Starter Anton Forsberg
25 of 29, .862% Stats 32 of 33, .970%
SJS @ WPG
Info
1 Final 4
32 Shots 30
1/4 PP 1/3
11 PIM 13
X% FO% X%
12 Hits 14
15 Blocks 21
Goals
Logan Couture (16) - PP Goal Matt Hendricks (4)
Joe Pavelski, Brent Burns Assists Joel Armia, Andrew Copp
Goal Marko Dano (2)
Assists Jacob Trouba, Andrew Copp
Goal PP - Mathieu Perreault (11)
Assists Blake Wheeler, Tyler Myers
Goal Mathieu Perreault (12)
Assists Tyler Myers
Goalies
Martin Jones Starter Connor Hellebuyck
26 of 29, .897% Stats 31 of 32, .969%
STL @ WSH
Info
3 Final - OT 4
34 Shots 33
1/2 PP 2/4
8 PIM 4
58% FO% 42%
19 Hits 18
19 Blocks 9
Goals
Vladimir Tarasenko (18) Goal PP - Brett Connolly (9)
Ivan Barbashev, Joel Edmundson Assists Alex Ovechkin, John Carlson
Alexander Steen (6) - PP Goal PP - Alex Ovechkin (27)
Brayden Schenn, Alex Pietrangelo Assists John Carlson, Nicklas Backstrom
Carl Gunnarsson (4) Goal Lars Eller (6)
Patrik Berglund, Tage Thompson Assists T.J. Oshie, Madison Bowey
Goal Nicklas Backstrom (9)
Assists T.J. Oshie
Goalies
Carter Hutton Starter Braden Holtby
29 of 33, .879% Stats 31 of 34, .912%
FLA @ CBJ
Info
2 Final - SO 3
44 Shots 48
1/3 PP 2/4
10 PIM 8
58% FO% 42%
19 Hits 18
11 Blocks 25
Goals
Jonathan Huberdeau (15) - PP Goal PP - Nick Foligno (8)
Evgenii Dadonov, Aleksander Barkov Assists Pierre-Luc Dubois, Seth Jones
Aleksander Barkov (13) Goal PP - Pierre-Luc Dubois (9)
Jonathan Huberdeau, Keith Yandle Assists Seth Jones, Artemi Panarin
Goalies
James Reimer Starter Sergei Bobrovsky
46 of 48, .958% Stats 42 of 44, .955%
TBL @ DET
Info
5 Final 2
24 Shots 36
0/0 PP 0/4
20 PIM 12
45% FO% 55%
24 Hits 26
16 Blocks 13
Goals
Dan Girardi (3) Goal Gustav Nyquist (14)
Vladislav Namestnikov, Yanni Gourde Assists Tyler Bertuzzi, Henrik Zetterberg
Tyler Johnson (13) Goal Justin Abdelkader (7)
Dan Girardi, Ondrej Palat Assists Anthony Mantha
Yanni Gourde (13) Goal
Alex Killorn, Vladislav Namestnikov Assists
Nikita Kucherov (27) Goal
Steven Stamkos Assists
Yanni Gourde (14) Goal
Ondrej Palat Assists
Goalies
Louis Domingue Starter Petr Mrazek
34 of 36, .944% Stats 19 of 24, .792%
VAN @ MTL
Info
2 Final 5
36 Shots 45
0/3 PP 1/3
6 PIM 6
49% FO% 51%
31 Hits 22
24 Blocks 13
Goals
Daniel Sedin (9) Goal Karl Alzner (1)
Alexander Edler, Henrik Sedin Assists Unassisted
Michael Del Zotto (2) Goal PP - Alex Galchenyuk (10)
Brock Boeser, Daniel Sedin Assists Jeff Petry, Jonathan Drouin
Goal Brendan Gallagher (16)
Assists Karl Alzner
Goal Paul Byron (11)
Assists Brendan Gallagher
Goal Max Pacioretty (10)
Assists Phillip Danault, Jeff Petry
Goalies
Anders Nilsson Starter Carey Price
40 of 44, .909% Stats 34 of 36, .944%
BOS @ PIT
Info
5 Final - OT 6
25 Shots 35
0/2 PP 2/3
6 PIM 4
52% FO% 48%
28 Hits 36
15 Blocks 18
Goals
Ryan Spooner (4) Goal Jamie Oleksiak (3)
Kevan Miller, Jake DeBrusk Assists Matt Hunwick, Carl Hagelin
Brad Marchand (17) Goal PP - Phil Kessel (18)
Patrice Bergeron Assists Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin
Noel Acciari (6) Goal Kris Letang (3)
Brandon Carlo, Brad Marchand Assists Sidney Crosby
David Pastrnak (17) Goal PP - Evgeni Malkin (16)
Unassisted Assists Sidney Crosby, Patric Hornqvist
David Backes (8) Goal Riley Sheahan (4)
Zdeno Chara, Danton Heinen Assists Unassisted
Goal Evgeni Malkin (17)
Assists Phil Kessel, Kris Letang
Goalies
Tuukka Rask Starter Tristan Jarry
Backup Matt Murray
29 of 35, .829% Stats T. Jarry - 14 of 19, .737%
Stats M. Murray - 6 of 6, 1.000%, W
NYR @ VGK
Info
1 Final 2
29 Shots 34
0/2 PP 0/1
2 PIM 4
54% FO% 46%
8 Hits 23
24 Blocks 9
Goals
Mika Zibanejad (13) Goal James Neal (18)
Michael Grabner, Vinni Lettieri Assists David Perron
Goal William Karlsson (22)
Assists Reilly Smith, Jonathan Marchessault
Goalies
Ondrej Pavelec Starter Marc-Andre Fleury
32 of 34, .941% Stats 28 of 29, .966%

Current NHL Standings

EASTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL 42 30 9 3 63 .750 155 103 +52 6-3-1
BOS 40 23 10 7 53 .663 131 102 +29 8-0-2
TOR 43 25 16 2 52 .605 141 124 +17 5-4-1
DET 41 17 17 7 41 .500 112 127 -15 6-4-0
FLA 41 17 18 6 40 .488 113 133 -20 5-4-1
MTL 42 18 20 4 40 .476 108 129 -21 4-6-0
OTT 40 14 17 9 37 .463 111 138 -27 4-4-2
BUF 42 10 23 9 29 .345 92 143 -51 2-5-3
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH 42 26 13 3 55 .655 132 120 +12 7-1-2
NJD 41 22 11 8 52 .634 130 125 +5 5-2-3
CBJ 43 24 16 3 51 .593 118 119 -1 4-4-2
NYR 42 22 15 5 49 .583 128 117 +11 5-3-2
PIT 44 22 19 3 47 .534 126 138 -12 5-5-0
CAR 41 19 14 8 46 .561 115 126 -11 6-3-1
PHI 42 19 15 8 46 .548 123 122 +1 5-4-1
NYI 43 21 18 4 46 .535 146 158 -12 3-6-1
WESTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WPG 43 25 11 7 57 .663 144 117 +27 7-1-2
STL 45 26 16 3 55 .611 130 115 +15 4-5-1
NSH 41 24 11 6 54 .659 129 113 +16 4-4-2
DAL 43 24 16 3 51 .593 132 118 +14 6-2-2
MIN 42 22 17 3 47 .560 123 123 0 5-5-0
COL 41 22 16 3 47 .573 135 124 +11 7-2-1
CHI 41 20 15 6 46 .561 125 114 +11 5-4-1
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK 41 29 10 2 60 .732 143 113 +30 9-1-0
LAK 42 24 13 5 53 .631 126 99 +27 4-4-2
SJS 40 21 13 6 48 .600 110 106 +4 4-3-3
ANA 43 19 15 9 47 .547 117 120 -3 5-4-1
CGY 41 21 16 4 46 .561 115 119 -4 5-4-1
EDM 43 18 22 3 39 .453 118 141 -23 4-5-1
VAN 42 16 20 6 38 .452 110 140 -30 2-6-2
ARI 43 10 27 6 26 .302 98 150 -52 3-6-1

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
TBL 42 30 9 3 63 .750 155 103 38 154 24.68 27 140 80.71 1393 11.0 1327 .924 102.6
VGK 41 29 10 2 60 .732 143 113 24 131 18.32 23 123 81.30 1336 10.6 1257 .912 100.7
WPG 43 25 11 7 57 .663 144 117 39 156 25.00 28 151 81.46 1378 10.4 1365 .915 100.6
BOS 40 23 10 7 53 .663 131 102 27 130 20.77 21 122 82.79 1268 10.2 1186 .916 101.7
NSH 41 24 11 6 54 .659 129 113 37 154 24.03 30 167 82.04 1255 10.0 1333 .918 100.9
WSH 42 26 13 3 55 .655 132 120 26 129 20.16 29 144 79.86 1212 10.6 1343 .911 101.5
NJD 41 22 11 8 52 .634 130 125 27 126 21.43 24 144 83.33 1276 10.0 1355 .911 100.7
LAK 42 24 13 5 53 .631 126 99 22 125 17.60 18 144 87.50 1296 9.6 1327 .925 101.5
STL 45 26 16 3 55 .611 130 115 23 151 15.23 26 139 81.29 1496 8.5 1362 .916 100.5
TOR 43 25 16 2 52 .605 141 124 26 123 21.14 23 138 83.33 1322 10.4 1458 .916 101.6
SJS 40 21 13 6 48 .600 110 106 32 144 22.22 21 131 83.97 1300 8.3 1214 .914 98.5
CBJ 43 24 16 3 51 .593 118 119 16 127 12.60 23 116 80.17 1455 7.8 1350 .914 99.7
DAL 43 24 16 3 51 .593 132 118 26 129 20.16 29 150 80.67 1356 9.5 1289 .909 100.7
NYR 42 22 15 5 49 .583 128 117 25 135 18.52 22 135 83.70 1317 9.5 1420 .920 101.1
COL 41 22 16 3 47 .573 135 124 35 165 21.21 24 149 83.89 1241 10.8 1322 .907 101.1
Avg. 42 21 16 5 47 .562 124 124 26 137 19.28 26 137 80.72 1337 9.3 1337 .909 100.0
CAR 41 19 14 8 46 .561 115 126 21 131 16.03 21 100 79.00 1410 7.9 1189 .897 98.8
CGY 41 21 16 4 46 .561 115 119 25 142 17.61 28 132 78.79 1353 8.4 1287 .910 99.9
CHI 41 20 15 6 46 .561 125 114 22 153 14.38 24 130 81.54 1416 8.8 1354 .917 100.6
MIN 42 22 17 3 47 .560 123 123 25 128 19.53 28 163 82.82 1238 9.8 1355 .910 100.0
PHI 42 19 15 8 46 .548 123 122 31 149 20.81 32 128 75.00 1349 9.1 1291 .908 100.9
ANA 43 19 15 9 47 .547 117 120 20 118 16.95 26 160 83.75 1268 9.1 1464 .921 101.1
NYI 43 21 18 4 46 .535 146 158 30 144 20.83 35 135 74.07 1346 10.6 1454 .892 100.3
PIT 44 22 19 3 47 .534 126 138 41 154 26.62 27 153 82.35 1514 8.2 1336 .897 96.1
DET 41 17 17 7 41 .500 112 127 25 126 19.84 24 129 81.40 1251 8.7 1318 .904 99.3
FLA 41 17 18 6 40 .488 113 133 20 126 15.87 26 129 79.84 1408 7.9 1451 .910 99.2
MTL 42 18 20 4 40 .476 108 129 24 125 19.20 30 139 78.42 1427 7.4 1357 .906 98.7
OTT 40 14 17 9 37 .463 111 138 21 133 15.79 28 118 76.27 1229 9.0 1271 .895 98.8
EDM 43 18 22 3 39 .453 118 141 19 118 16.10 39 137 71.53 1488 7.9 1328 .895 98.7
VAN 42 16 20 6 38 .452 110 140 29 142 20.42 33 148 77.70 1253 8.8 1349 .898 99.2
BUF 42 10 23 9 29 .345 92 143 16 129 12.40 26 129 79.84 1298 7.1 1359 .896 98.3
ARI 43 10 27 6 26 .302 98 150 24 136 17.65 21 110 80.91 1296 7.5 1374 .892 97.4
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 42 21 16 5 47 .562 124 124 26 137 19.28 26 137 80.72 1337 9.3 1337 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 1/8/2018.

Current Individual Leaders

NOTE: *To be included in our League Leaders, players must have played in at least 15% of all possible games for their respective teams.
League Leaders
Nikita Kucherov 59 Alex Ovechkin 27 Jakub Voracek 43
Claude Giroux 52 Nikita Kucherov 27 Josh Bailey 38
Nathan MacKinnon 52 Anders Lee 25 Claude Giroux 38
Steven Stamkos 51 Sean Couturier 23 Blake Wheeler 36
2 more players at 51 3 players at 22 2 players at 34
Anton Stralman +23 Nikita Kucherov 1.40 Brayden Point 7
Jaden Schwartz +23 Nathan MacKinnon 1.27 Sean Monahan 7
Drew Doughty +21 Brad Marchand 1.25 Artem Anisimov 6
Victor Hedman +21 Claude Giroux 1.24 Brandon Saad 6
4 players at +20 2 players at 1.21 Brayden Schenn 6
Vladimir Tarasenko 187 William Karlsson 25.9% Drew Doughty 27:10
Alex Ovechkin 183 Mathieu Perreault 23.5% Ryan Suter 26:50
Tyler Seguin 176 Anders Lee 23.4% Erik Karlsson 26:27
Brent Burns 172 Jaden Schwartz 22.2% John Carlson 26:20
Evander Kane 170 Brian Gibbons 20.7% Rasmus Ristolainen 26:05
Kris Russell 127 Chris Wagner 143 Tom Wilson 93
Alec Martinez 114 Robert Hagg 138 Micheal Haley 85
Joel Edmundson 104 Adam Larsson 137 Ryan Reaves 80
Ryan McDonagh 104 Luke Schenn 134 Antoine Roussel 75
Andy Greene 101 Matt Martin 125 Austin Watson 75
Carter Hutton 1.82 Carter Hutton .941 Andrei Vasilevskiy 6
Andrei Vasilevskiy 2.04 Andrei Vasilevskiy .935 Sergei Bobrovsky 4
Tuukka Rask 2.23 Corey Crawford .929 Ben Bishop 4
Corey Crawford 2.27 Roberto Luongo .928 Pekka Rinne 3
Aaron Dell 2.27 2 goalies at .926 5 more goalies @ 3
ROSTER NEWS

Roster transactions over the last week from around the NHL & AHL

Team Sunday, January 7th -- Transactions
COL Reassigned goaltender Andrew Hammond to Belleville (AHL)
COL Reassigned forward A.J. Greer to San Antonio (AHL)
COL Reassigned defenseman Andrei Mironov to San Antonio (AHL)
CBJ Recalled center Zac Dalpe from Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled defenseman Dean Kukan from Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled goaltender Joonas Korpisalo from Cleveland (AHL)
DET Recalled goaltender Jared Coreau from Grand Rapids (AHL)
EDM Assigned goaltender Laurent Brossoit to Bakersfield (AHL)
LAK Assigned forward Jonny Brodzinski to Ontario (AHL)
LAK Assigned defenseman Kevin Gravel to Ontario (AHL)
NYI Loaned forward Tanner Fritz to Bridgeport (AHL)
NYI Loaned forward Anthony Beauvillier to Bridgeport (AHL)
NYI Loaned defenseman Sebastian Aho to Bridgeport (AHL)
PHI Loaned forward Tyrell Goulbourne to Lehigh Valley (AHL)
PIT Reassigned defenseman Frank Corrado to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
SJS Recalled forward Marcus Sorensen from San Jose (AHL)
SJS Placed defenseman Dylan DeMelo on IR
VAN Reassigned forward Reid Boucher to Utica (AHL)
Team Saturday, January 6th -- Transactions
NYI Recalled forward Anthony Beauvillier from Bridgeport (AHL)
OTT Recalled forward Colin White from Belleville
Team Friday, January 5th -- Transactions
ARI Assigned defenseman Kyle Capobianco to Tucson (AHL)
ARI Assigned forward Lawson Crouse to Tucson (AHL)
BUF Assigned defenseman Taylor Fedun to Rochester (AHL)
CAR Assigned forward Aleksi Saarela to Charlotte (AHL)
CBJ Assigned center Zac Dalpe to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Assigned defenseman Dean Kukan to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Assigned goaltender Joonas Korpisalo to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled goaltender Matiss Kivlenieks from Cleveland (AHL)
DAL Assigned forward Jason Dickinson to Texas (AHL)
OTT Assigned forward Filip Chlapik to Belleville (AHL)
STL Assigned forward Sammy Blais to San Antonio (AHL)
TOR Recalled defenseman Travis Dermott from Toronto (AHL)
TOR Assigned defenseman Martin Marincin to Toronto (AHL)
VGK Placed defenseman Jon Merrill on IR
Team Thursday, January 4th -- Transactions
ARI Claimed center Freddie Hamilton off waivers from Calgary (NHL)
ARI Assigned forward Mario Kempe to Tucson (AHL).
CGY Lost the rights to center Freddie Hamilton due to a waiver claim from Arizona (NHL)
CBJ Recalled center Zac Dalpe from Cleveland (AHL)
EDM Acquired goaltender Al Montoya from Montreal in exchange for a conditional 2018 fourth-round draft pick
MTL Acquired a conditional 2018 fourth-round draft pick from Edmonton in exchange for goaltender Al Montoya
NSH Reassigned defenseman Joonas Lyytinen to Milwaukee (AHL)
NYI Agreed to terms with defenseman Scott Mayfield on a five-year contract extension, with undisclosed terms
Team Wednesday, January 3rd -- Transactions
BOS Assigned forward Anders Bjork to Providence (AHL)
CGY Placed forward Freddie Hamilton on waivers.
CAR Recalled forward Aleksi Saarela from Charlotte (AHL)
CAR Placed forward Marcus Kruger on IR (lower-body injury)
CBJ Assigned center Zac Dalpe to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Assigned defenseman Dean Kukan to Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled defenseman Dean Kukan from Cleveland (AHL)
MTL Assigned defenseman Brett Lernout to Laval (AHL)
PHI Recalled left wing Tyrell Goulbourne from Lehigh Valley (AHL)
VGK Signed forward Jonathan Marchessault to a six-year contract extension through the '23-'24 season worth an AAV of $5 million
WPG Assigned defenseman Julian Melchiori to Manitoba (AHL)
Team Tuesday, January 2nd -- Transactions
MIN Activated forward Zach Parise from long term IR
MIN Assigned forward Zack Mitchell to Iowa (AHL)
TOR Loaned goaltender Calvin Pickard to Toronto (AHL)
TOR Recalled forward Frederik Gauthier from Toronto (AHL)
Team Monday, January 1st -- Transactions
CBJ Recalled forward Zac Dalpe from Cleveland (AHL)
FLA Recalled forward Maxim Mamin from Springfield (AHL)
MIN Placed forward Zack Mitchell on waivers
NYI Assigned forward Anthony Beauvillier to Bridgeport (AHL)
NYI Assigned forward Steve Bernier to Bridgeport (AHL)
PIT Recalled forward Dominik Simon from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Assigned goaltender Casey DeSmith to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Assigned defenseman Andrey Pedan to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Assigned forward Garrett Wilson to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
Injury & Suspensions Report

Current Injury & Suspensions reports from around the NHL - Updated Daily

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INJURY REPORT POST
Last Full Update: January 8th, 10:48 AM (CT)
This report is far too large to include in the "Daily NHL Update" without busting reddit's size limit for posts. I am still doing it daily, and you can always find it pinned to the top of the subreddit as an announcement post as well as in the link above.

Injury Report Additions - Past 48 Hours

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
Sebastian Aho CAR Sun Jan 7 2018 Leg Aho injured his leg in the previous game and it is unknown if he will return to the lineup on Tuesday against the Lightning.
Kevin Hayes NYR Sun Jan 7 2018 Lower Body Hayes departed the last game due to a lower-body injury and it is unknown if he will participate in Saturdays tilt against the Islanders.
Dylan Demelo SJS Sun Jan 7 2018 Undisclosed Demelo has landed on injured reserve due to an unspecified injury and there is no timetable for return.
Dan Girardi TBL Sun Jan 7 2018 Neck Girardi left the last game due to a neck injury and his status for Tuesdays contest against the Hurricanes is in question.
Luca Sbisa VGK Sun Jan 7 2018 Upper Body Sbisa missed the last game due to an upper-body injury and it is unknown if he will suit up Saturday against the Oilers.
Adam Lowry WPG Sun Jan 7 2018 Upper Body Lowry is battling an upper-body injury and it is uncertain if he will play against the Sabres on Tuesday.
Marc Methot DAL Sat Jan 6 2018 Knee Methot missed the last game due to soreness in his knee and it is unclear if he will suit up Saturday against the Avalanche.
Jimmy Howard DET Sat Jan 6 2018 Lower Body Howard was held out of the previous game due to a lower-body injury and it is undetermined if he will be available against the Penguins on Saturday.
Jake Muzzin LAK Sat Jan 6 2018 Undisclosed Muzzin has been placed on injured reserve with an unspecified injury and it is unknown if he will be activated prior to Saturdays game against the Ducks.
Andrew Ladd NYI Sat Jan 6 2018 Undisclosed Ladd missed the last game with an unspecified injury and his status is unknown for Saturday against the Rangers.
Christopher Tanev VAN Sat Jan 6 2018 Mouth Tanev sat out the last game with an injury to his mouth and it is unclear if he will play Tuesday against the Capitals.
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2018.01.07 16:02 HockeyMod Game Thread: San Jose Sharks (21-12-6) at Winnipeg Jets (24-11-7) - 07 Jan 2018 - 12:00PM PST

San Jose Sharks (21-12-6) at Winnipeg Jets (24-11-7)

Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg, MB, CAN

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Time

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Season Series

Date Away Home Time Network/Result
25 Nov 2017 07:00PM PST WPG (0) - SJS (4)
07 Jan 2018 02:00PM CST NBCSCA
23 Jan 2018 07:30PM PST NBCSCA

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Kyle Connor Blake Wheeler Patrik Laine Timo Meier Joe Thornton Joe Pavelski
Mathieu Perreault Bryan Little Nikolaj Ehlers Tomas Hertl Logan Couture Joonas Donskoi
Andrew Copp Adam Lowry Joel Armia Mikkel Boedker Chris Tierney Kevin Labanc
Shawn Matthias Matt Hendricks Marko Dano Marcus Sorensen Joel Ward Melker Karlsson
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Josh Morrissey Jacob Trouba Brenden Dillon Brent Burns
Ben Chiarot Dustin Byfuglien Marc-Edouard Vlasic Justin Braun
Dmitry Kulikov Tyler Myers Joakim Ryan Dylan DeMelo
Goalies Goalies
Connor Hellebuyck Martin Jones
Steve Mason Aaron Dell

Injuries

Player Injury Date Status
Brandon Tanev Lower body - is projected to be sidelined for two-to-three weeks. Dec 30 Week-to-Week
Mark Scheifele Upper body - is expected to miss the next six-to-eight weeks with an upper-body injury. Dec 27 Mid-to-Late February
-- -- -- -- --
Paul Martin Ankle - will sit out Thursday night's game against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Dec 22 Indefinitely

Team Stats

Team GP W L OT P P% G/G GA/G PP% PK% S/G SA/G FO%
Jets 42 24 11 7 55 65.4 3.3095 2.738 24.8 81.6 32.0952 31.738 52.7
Sharks 39 21 12 6 48 61.5 2.7435 2.5641 22.1 84.3 32.5128 30.3589 50.8

In-Game Updates

Time Clock
FINAL
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
0 1 0 1
1 2 1 4
Team Shots Hits Blocked FO Wins Giveaways Takeaways Power Plays
32 12 15 46.9% 8 4 1/4
30 14 21 53.1% 20 8 1/3
Period Time Team Strength Description
3rd 16:48 Even Mathieu Perreault (12) Wrist Shot, assists: Tyler Myers (17), Bryan Little (18)
2nd 19:02 Power Play Mathieu Perreault (11) Slap Shot, assists: Blake Wheeler (36), Tyler Myers (16)
2nd 14:47 Power Play Logan Couture (16) Slap Shot, assists: Joe Pavelski (18), Brent Burns (23)
2nd 11:03 Even Marko Dano (2) Deflected, assists: Jacob Trouba (13), Andrew Copp (9)
1st 12:42 Even Matt Hendricks (4) Backhand, assists: Joel Armia (11), Andrew Copp (8)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
3rd 01:40 Minor 2 Melker Karlsson Hooking against Kyle Connor
2nd 18:37 Minor 2 Chris Tierney Interference - Goalkeeper against Connor Hellebuyck
2nd 13:28 Minor 2 Dustin Byfuglien Hooking against Tomas Hertl
2nd 12:34 Minor 2 Tyler Myers Tripping against Timo Meier
2nd 08:46 Minor 2 Joonas Donskoi Hooking against Joel Armia
1st 19:24 Minor 2 Joel Armia Hooking against Timo Meier
1st 15:34 Minor 2 Mathieu Perreault Hooking against Kevin Labanc
1st 02:22 Major 5 Matt Hendricks Fighting against Brenden Dillon
1st 02:22 Major 5 Brenden Dillon Fighting against Matt Hendricks
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2018.01.02 18:43 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - Tuesday, January 2nd

DAILY NHL UPDATE - Tuesday, January 2nd

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Monday, January 1st Tuesday, January 2nd Time (ET) Wednesday, January 3rd Time (ET)
NYR 3 - 2 BUF OT TBL @ TOR 7:00 PM OTT @ DET 7:30 PM
BOS @ NYI 7:00 PM CHI @ NYR 8:00 PM
PIT @ PHI 7:00 PM
WSH @ CAR 7:00 PM
SJS @ MTL 7:00 PM
NJD @ STL 7:30 PM
FLA @ MIN 8:00 PM
CBJ @ DAL 8:30 PM
WPG @ COL 9:00 PM
LAK @ EDM 9:30 PM
ANA @ VAN 10:00 PM
NSH @ VGK 10:00 PM

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
Info
TBL Team TOR
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
SUN Local TV TVAS, SN-O
NHL.com Free Game National TV NHL.com Free Game
Stats
28-8-2 Record 23-15-2
1st - Atlantic Place 2nd - Atlantic
0-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-0-0
2-1-1 Last Season Vs. 2-2-0
89 GP, 35-45-7 (2 ties) All Time Vs. 89 GP, 52-29-6 (2 ties)
Nikita Kucherov - 56 Points Leader 31 - Auston Matthews
1st - 25.69% PP % 22.12% - 5th
23rd - 79.07% PK % 82.68% - 10th
Andrei Vasilevskiy Goalie Frederik Andersen
Confirmed Status Confirmed
25-5-1 Record 20-11-1
2.02 GAA 2.71
.935 SV % .920
Projected Lines
Namestnikov - Stamkos - Kucherov Forward - 1st Hyman - Matthews - Nylander
Palat - Point - Johnson Forward - 2nd Komarov - Marleau - Brown
Killorn - Gourde - Conacher Forward - 3rd van Riemsdyk - Bozak - Marner
Kunitz - Paquette - Brown Forward - 4th Martin - Moore - Leivo
Hedman - Dotchin Defense - 1st Rielly - Hainsey
Sergachev - Stralman Defense - 2nd Gardiner - Marincin
Coburn - Girardi Defense - 3rd Borgman - Polak
Info
BOS Team NYI
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
NESN Local TV MSG+
SN National TV SN
Stats
21-10-6 Record 20-15-4
3rd - Atlantic Place 5th - Metro
1-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-1-0
1-2-0 Last Season Vs. 2-1-0
164 GP, 85-54-4 (21 ties) All Time Vs. 164 GP, 58-82-3 (12 ties)
David Pastrnak - 34 Points Leader 50 - Josh Bailey
9th - 21.14% PP % 21.21% - 8th
5th - 83.93% PK % 73.95% - 30th
Tuukka Rask Goalie Jaroslav Halak
Confirmed Status Confirmed
13-8-3 Record 11-10-2
2.13 GAA 3.15
.923 SV % .905
Projected Lines
Marchand - Bergeron - Pastrnak Forward - 1st Lee - Tavares - Bailey
DeBrusk - Krejci - Spooner Forward - 2nd Ladd - Barzal - Eberle
Heinen - Nash - Backes Forward - 3rd Nelson - Cizikas - Chimera
Schaller - Kuraly - Acciari Forward - 4th Beauvillier - Quine - Clutterbuck
Chara - McAvoy Defense - 1st Leddy - Pulock
Krug - Carlo Defense - 2nd Pelech - Mayfield
Grzelcyk - Miller Defense - 3rd Hickey - Aho
Info
PIT Team PHI
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
Local TV
NBCSN National TV NBCSN
Stats
19-18-3 Record 16-14-8
7th - Metro Place 8th - Metro
1-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-0-1
2-2-0 Last Season Vs. 2-2-0
282 GP, 99-146-7 (30 ties) All Time Vs. 282 GP, 153-90-9 (30 ties)
Phil Kessel - 42 Points Leader 46 - Claude Giroux
2nd - 25.00% PP % 19.55% - 14th
15th - 80.99% PK % 76.86% - 29th
Tristan Jarry Goalie Brian Elliott
Confirmed Status Confirmed
5-3-2 Record 14-9-7
2.40 GAA 2.62
.921 SV % .914
Projected Lines
Guentzel - Crosby - Hornqvist Forward - 1st Giroux - Couturier - Konecny
Hagelin - Malkin - Kessel Forward - 2nd Raffl - Filppula - Voracek
Sheary - Sheahan - Sprong Forward - 3rd Weal - Patrick - Simmonds
Kuhnhackl - Rowney - Reaves Forward - 4th Lehtera - Laughton - Weise
Dumoulin - Hunwick Defense - 1st Provorov - Gostisbehere
Maatta - Corrado Defense - 2nd Hagg - MacDonald
Cole - Oleksiak Defense - 3rd Manning - Gudas
Info
WSH Team CAR
7:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
NBCSN-Washington Local TV FS-Carolinas
National TV
Stats
24-13-3 Record 18-13-7
1st - Metro Place 6th - Metro
0-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-0-0
3-1-0 Last Season Vs. 1-2-1
166 GP, 92-52-8 (14 ties) All Time Vs. 166 GP, 60-82-10 (14 ties)
Alex Ovechkin - 41 Points Leader 29 - Sebastian Aho
15th - 19.51% PP % 15.45% - 28th
20th - 80.43% PK % 78.72% - 24th
Braden Holtby Goalie Cam Ward
Confirmed Status Confirmed
22-8-0 Record 10-2-1
2.63 GAA 2.53
.918 SV % .917
Projected Lines
Ovechkin - Backstrom - Smith-Pelly Forward - 1st Aho - Staal - Teravainen
Vrana - Kuznetsov - Oshie Forward - 2nd Skinner - Rask - Williams
Connolly - Eller - Wilson Forward - 3rd McGinn - Ryan - Lindholm
Stephenson - Beagle - Chiasson Forward - 4th Nordstrom - Wallmark - Jooris
Djoos - Carlson Defense - 1st Slavin - Pesce
Orlov - Chorney Defense - 2nd Dahlbeck - Faulk
Orpik - Bowey Defense - 3rd Hanifin - van Riemsdyk
Info
SJS Team MTL
4:30 PM (PT) Local Time 7:30 (ET)
NBCSN-California Local TV RDS, TSN2
National TV
Stats
20-12-4 Record 16-19-4
3rd(t) - Pacific Place 6th - Atlantic
1-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-1-0
2-0-0 Last Season Vs. 0-1-1
37 GP, 18-14-1 (4 ties) All Time Vs. 37 GP, 15-16-2 (4 ties)
Logan Couture - 26 Points Leader 21 - Brendan Gallagher
6th - 21.88% PP % 19.13% - 17th
2nd - 85.47% PK % 77.69% - 25th
Aaron Dell Goalie Carey Price
Confirmed Status Confirmed
7-3-1 Record 11-13-2
2.06 GAA 2.97
.931 SV % .907
Projected Lines
Hertl - Thornton - Pavelski Forward - 1st Galchenyuk - Drouin - Lehkonen
Karlsson - Couture - Kevin Labanc Forward - 2nd Pacioretty - Danault - Hudon
Meier - Tierney - Donskoi Forward - 3rd Byron - Plekanec - Gallagher
Sorensen - Ward - Boedker Forward - 4th Shaw - Froese - Carr
Dillon - Burns Defense - 1st Benn - Petry
Vlasic - Braun Defense - 2nd Alzner - Schlemko
Demelo - Ryan Defense - 3rd Morrow - Jerabek
Info
NJD Team STL
8:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (CT)
MSG+ 2 Local TV FS-Midwest
National TV
Stats
22-10-6 Record 24-15-2
2nd - Metro Place 3rd - Central
0-1-0 This Season Vs. 1-0-0
0-2-0 Last Season Vs. 2-0-0
107 GP, 37-54-2 (14 ties) All Time Vs. 107 GP, 56-36-1 (14 ties)
Taylor Hall - 36 Points Leader 41 - Brayden Schenn
10th - 21.05% PP % 15.49% - 27th
7th - 83.46% PK % 82.81% - 9th
Keith Kinkaid Goalie Carter Hutton
Confirmed Status Confirmed
5-3-1 Record 6-3-0
3.49 GAA 1.68
.893 SV % .946
Projected Lines
Hall - Hischier - Bratt Forward - 1st Upshall - Schenn - Tarasenko
Johansson - Zajac - Palmieri Forward - 2nd Sobotka - Stastny - Thompson
Coleman - Boyle - Gibbons Forward - 3rd Berglund - Brodziak - Steen
Wood - Zacha - Noesen Forward - 4th Jaskin - Barbashev - Paajarvi
Moore - Vatanen Defense - 1st Bouwmeester - Pietrangelo
Greene - Santini Defense - 2nd Edmundson - Parayko
Butcher - Severson Defense - 3rd Gunnarsson - Bortuzzo
Info
FLA Team MIN
8:00 PM (ET) Local Time 7:00 (CT)
FS-Florida Local TV FS-North
National TV
Stats
17-16-5 Record 20-16-3
4th - Atlantic Place 5th - Central
1-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-1-0
0-2-0 Last Season Vs. 2-0-0
22 GP, 6-13-2 (1 tie) All Time Vs. 22 GP, 15-4-2 (1 tie)
Vincent Trocheck - 36 Points Leader 33 - Eric Staal
26th - 15.83% PP % 19.17% - 16th
14th - 81.15% PK % 83.77% - 6th
James Reimer Goalie Devan Dubnyk
Confirmed Status Confirmed
11-9-4 Record 13-8-2
2.96 GAA 2.66
.913 SV % .918
Projected Lines
Huberdeau - Barkov - Bjugstad Forward - 1st Zucker - Staal - Ennis
Dadonov - Trocheck - Malgin Forward - 2nd Eriksson Ek - Koivu - Granlund
McGinn - McCann - Brickley Forward - 3rd Parise - Coyle - Stewart
Haley - MacKenzie - Sceviour Forward - 4th Foligno - Cullen - Winnik
Yandle - Ekblad Defense - 1st Suter - Dumba
Matheson - Pysyk Defense - 2nd Brodin - Spurgeon
Weegar - Petrovic Defense - 3rd Reilly - Prosser
Info
CBJ Team DAL
8:30 PM (ET) Local Time 7:30 (CT)
FS-Ohio Local TV FS-Southwest
National TV
Stats
22-15-3 Record 22-15-3
3rd (t) - Metro Place 4th - Central
0-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-0-0
2-0-0 Last Season Vs. 0-1-1
55 GP, 22-27-6 (0 ties) All Time Vs. 55 GP, 33-16-6 (0 ties)
Artemi Panarin - 34 Points Leader 37 - Jamie Benn
31st - 11.76% PP % 20.33% - 11th
18th - 80.91% PK % 81.56% - 12th
Sergei Bobrovsky Goalie Ben Bishop
Projected Status Confirmed
18-11-3 Record 17-10-2
2.49 GAA 2.55
.918 SV % .914
Projected Lines
Panarin - Dubois - Foligno Forward - 1st Benn - Seguin - Shore
Milano - Jenner - Anderson Forward - 2nd Janmark - Spezza - Radulov
Calvert - Sedlak - Bjorkstrand Forward - 3rd Roussel - Faksa - Pitlick
Motte - Dalpe - Hannikainen Forward - 4th Elie - Smith - Ritchie
Werenski - Jones Defense - 1st Lindell - Klingberg
Nutivaara - Savard Defense - 2nd Hamhuis - Pateryn
Harrington - Johnson Defense - 3rd Johns - Honka
Info
WPG Team COL
7:00 PM (CT) Local Time 6:00 (MT)
TSN3 Local TV ALT
National TV
Stats
23-11-6 Record 19-16-3
1st - Central Place 7th - Central
0-0-1 This Season Vs. 1-0-0
3-1-1 Last Season Vs. 2-3-0
38 GP, 19-10-8 (1 tie) All Time Vs. 38 GP, 18-14-5 (1 tie)
Blake Wheeler - 45 Points Leader 46 - Nathan MacKinnon
4th - 24.14% PP % 19.87% - 13th
19th - 80.71% PK % 84.06% - 3rd
Connor Hellebuyck Goalie Semyon Varlamov
Confirmed Status Confirmed
21-4-5 Record 13-9-2
2.37 GAA 2.94
.923 SV % .909
Projected Lines
Connor - Wheeler - Laine Forward - 1st Landeskog - MacKinnon - Rantanen
Perreault - Little - Ehlers Forward - 2nd Andrighetto - Kerfoot - Yakupov
Copp - Lowry - Armia Forward - 3rd Nieto - Soderberg - Comeau
Matthias - Hendricks - Dano Forward - 4th Bourque - Jost - Wilson
Morrissey - Trouba Defense - 1st Zadorov - Johnson
Kulikov - Myers Defense - 2nd Nemeth - Barberio
Chiarot - Poolman Defense - 3rd Girard - Mironov
Info
LAK Team EDM
6:30 PM (PT) Local Time 7:30 (MT)
Local TV
NBCSN National TV SN-W
Stats
23-11-5 Record 17-19-3
2nd - Pacific Place 6th (t) - Pacific
0-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-0-0
2-3-0 Last Season Vs. 3-2-0
204 GP, 82-83-9 (30 ties) All Time Vs. 204 GP, 92-79-3 (30 ties)
Anze Kopitar - 40 Points Leader 45 - Connor McDavid
24th - 15.93% PP % 16.98% - 22nd
1st - 87.12% PK % 71.77% - 31st
Jonathan Quick Goalie Cam Talbot
Projected Status Projected
18-11-2 Record 14-12-2
2.27 GAA 3.01
.927 SV % .905
Projected Lines
Pearson - Kopitar - Brown Forward - 1st Lucic - McDavid - Puljujarvi
Gaborik - Kempe - Toffoli Forward - 2nd Khaira - Draisaitl - Strome
Clifford - Shore - Brickley Forward - 3rd Maroon - Nugent-Hopkins - Caggiula
Iafallo - Mitchell - Jokinen Forward - 4th Slepyshev - Letestu - Kassian
Muzzin - Doughty Defense - 1st Nurse - Russell
MacDermid - Martinez Defense - 2nd Sekera - Benning
Forbort - Gravel Defense - 3rd Klefbom - Larsson
Info
ANA Team VAN
7:00 PM (PT) Local Time 7:00 (PT)
FS-West Local TV SN-P
National TV SN-E, SN-O
Stats
18-14-8 Record 16-18-5
3rd (t) - Pacific Place 6th (t)- Pacific
1-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-1-0
3-1-1 Last Season Vs. 2-3-0
103 GP, 46-38-10 (9 ties) All Time Vs. 103 GP, 48-41-5 (9 ties)
Rickard Rakell - 29 Points Leader 38 - Brock Boeser
21st - 17.12% PP % 21.21% - 7th
11th - 82.31% PK % 76.98% - 28th
Ryan Miller Goalie Anders Nilsson
Confirmed Status Confirmed
4-1-4 Record 6-5-1
2.23 GAA 3.39
.928 SV % .906
Projected Lines
Vermette - Getzlaf - Rakell Forward - 1st D. Sedin - H. Sedin - Eriksson
Cogliano - Kesler - Silfverberg Forward - 2nd Vanek - Gagner - Boeser
Ritchie - Henrique - Kase Forward - 3rd Goldobin - Granlund - Virtanen
Wagner - Grant - Shaw Forward - 4th Gaunce - Dowd - Boucher
Lindholm - Manson Defense - 1st Edler - Stecher
Fowler - Bieska Defense - 2nd Del Zotto - Tanev
Beauchemin - Montour Defense - 3rd Pouliot - Gudbranson
Info
NSH Team VGK
9:00 PM (CT) Local Time 7:00 (ET)
FS-Tenn Local TV ATTSN-RM
National TV
Stats
23-10-5 Record 26-9-3
2nd - Central Place 1st - Pacific
0-0-1 This Season Vs. 1-0-0
0-0-0 Last Season Vs. 0-0-0
1 GP, 0-0-1 (0 ties) All Time Vs. 1 GP, 1-0-0 (0 ties)
Filip Forsberg - 34 Points Leader 36 - Jon Marchessault
3rd - 24.83% PP % 18.25% - 20th
8th - 83.13% PK % 80.00% - 22nd
Pekka Rinne Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury
Likely Status Confirmed
19-7-3 Record 7-1-1
2.47 GAA 1.96
.924 SV % .938
Projected Lines
Jarnkrok - Johansen - Arvidsson Forward - 1st Perro - Haula - Neal
Fiala - Turris - Smith Forward - 2nd Smith - Karlsson - Marchessault
Hartnell - Bonino - Sissons Forward - 3rd Leipsic - Eakin - Tuch
McLeod - unknown - Watson Forward - 4th Lindberg - Bellemare - Nosek
Josi - Ellis Defense - 1st McNabb - Schmidt
Emelin - Subban Defense - 2nd Engelland - Theodore
Ekholm - Bitetto Defense - 3rd Miller - Merrill
YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS

All NHL Results for Monday, January 1st

NYR Team BUF
3 Final - OT 2
42 Shots 33
1/3 PP 1/5
10 PIM 6
45% FO% 55%
27 Hits 32
10 Blocks 11
Goals
Paul Carey (5) Goal PP - Sam Reinhart (6)
Jesper Fast, Boo Nieves Assists Kyle Okposo, Rasmus Ristolainen
Michael Grabner (18) Goal Rasmus Ristolainen (2)
Kevin Hayes, J.T. Miller Assists Ryan O'Reilly, Kyle Okposo
J.T. Miller (8) - PP Goal
Kevin Shattenkirk, Mats Zuccarello Assists
Henrik Lundqvist Goalies Robin Lehner
31 of 33, .939% Stats 39 of 42, .929%

Current NHL Standings

EASTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL 38 28 8 2 58 .763 144 93 +51 8-2-0
TOR 40 23 15 2 48 .600 135 118 +17 4-5-1
BOS 37 21 10 6 48 .649 114 94 +20 7-1-2
FLA 38 17 16 5 39 .513 108 121 -13 6-3-1
DET 38 15 16 7 37 .487 104 119 -15 4-4-2
MTL 39 16 19 4 36 .462 100 122 -22 3-6-1
OTT 37 12 17 8 32 .432 98 128 -30 3-6-1
BUF 39 10 20 9 29 .372 86 129 -43 3-3-4
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH 40 24 13 3 51 .638 123 113 +10 6-2-2
NJD 38 22 10 6 50 .658 121 113 +8 6-2-2
CBJ 40 22 15 3 47 .588 113 114 -1 3-6-2
NYR 39 21 13 5 47 .603 123 109 +14 5-2-3
NYI 39 20 15 4 44 .564 136 139 -3 4-5-1
CAR 38 18 13 7 43 .566 106 114 -9 7-3-0
PIT 40 19 18 3 41 .513 111 128 -17 3-7-0
PHI 38 16 14 8 40 .526 106 109 -3 6-3-1
WESTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WPG 40 23 11 6 52 .650 134 110 +24 6-3-1
NSH 38 23 10 5 51 .671 123 104 +19 5-3-2
STL 41 24 15 2 50 .610 119 102 +17 3-7-0
DAL 40 22 15 3 47 .588 122 112 +10 6-2-2
MIN 39 20 16 3 43 .551 110 113 -3 5-5-0
CHI 38 18 14 6 42 .553 112 106 +6 6-3-1
COL 38 19 16 3 41 .539 123 120 +3 6-3-1
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK 37 26 9 2 54 .730 132 106 +26 9-0-1
LAK 39 23 11 5 51 .654 115 91 +24 5-3-2
SJS 36 20 12 4 44 .611 98 92 +6 6-2-2
ANA 40 18 14 8 44 .550 109 115 -6 6-3-1
CGY 39 19 16 4 42 .538 108 114 -6 4-4-2
EDM 39 17 19 3 37 .474 114 126 -12 5-4-11
VAN 39 16 18 5 37 .474 106 127 -21 2-7-1
ARI 41 9 27 5 23 .280 94 146 -52 2-8-0

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
TBL 38 28 8 2 58 .763 144 93 37 144 25.69 27 129 79.07 1240 11.5 1191 .923 102.8
VGK 37 26 9 2 54 .730 132 106 23 126 18.25 23 115 80.00 1195 10.9 1128 .908 100.7
NSH 38 23 10 5 51 .671 123 104 36 145 24.83 27 160 83.13 1167 10.3 1248 .920 100.9
NJD 38 22 10 6 50 .658 121 113 24 114 21.05 22 133 83.46 1162 10.2 1255 .912 101.0
LAK 39 23 11 5 51 .654 115 91 18 113 15.93 17 132 87.12 1203 9.4 1234 .926 101.7
WPG 40 23 11 6 52 .650 134 110 35 145 24.14 27 140 80.71 1275 10.4 1278 .915 100.9
BOS 37 21 10 6 48 .649 114 94 26 123 21.14 18 112 83.93 1175 9.5 1097 .916 101.0
WSH 40 24 13 3 51 .638 123 113 24 123 19.51 27 138 80.43 1153 10.4 1271 .912 101.5
SJS 36 20 12 4 44 .611 98 92 28 128 21.88 17 117 85.47 1165 8.2 1082 .916 98.3
STL 41 24 15 2 50 .610 119 102 22 142 15.49 22 128 82.81 1363 8.6 1231 .917 100.4
NYR 39 21 13 5 47 .603 123 109 24 126 19.05 21 131 83.97 1238 9.8 1312 .920 101.2
TOR 40 23 15 2 48 .600 135 118 25 113 22.12 22 127 82.68 1229 10.8 1351 .913 101.7
CBJ 40 22 15 3 47 .588 113 114 14 119 11.76 21 110 80.91 1347 8.1 1252 .911 99.7
DAL 40 22 15 3 47 .588 122 112 25 123 20.33 26 141 81.56 1268 9.4 1183 .906 100.3
CAR 38 18 13 7 43 .566 106 114 19 123 15.45 20 94 78.72 1311 7.9 1112 .900 99.0
NYI 39 20 15 4 44 .564 136 139 28 132 21.21 31 119 73.95 1220 11.0 1300 .894 100.7
Avg. 39 19 15 5 43 .560 114 114 24 127 19.17 24 127 80.83 1230 9.3 1230 .909 100.0
CHI 38 18 14 6 42 .553 112 106 22 147 14.97 23 121 80.99 1320 8.5 1253 .916 100.3
MIN 39 20 16 3 43 .551 110 113 23 120 19.17 25 154 83.77 1134 9.5 1260 .911 99.8
ANA 40 18 14 8 44 .550 109 115 19 111 17.12 26 147 82.31 1178 9.1 1368 .919 101.0
COL 38 19 16 3 41 .539 123 120 31 156 19.87 22 138 84.06 1145 10.7 1208 .901 100.4
CGY 39 19 16 4 42 .538 108 114 25 134 18.66 28 127 77.95 1281 8.3 1227 .910 99.6
PHI 38 16 14 8 40 .526 106 109 26 133 19.55 28 121 76.86 1221 8.7 1173 .910 100.9
PIT 40 19 18 3 41 .513 111 128 36 144 25.00 27 142 80.99 1395 7.8 1219 .896 95.8
FLA 38 17 16 5 39 .513 108 121 19 120 15.83 23 122 81.15 1298 8.2 1343 .911 99.5
DET 38 15 16 7 37 .487 104 119 24 119 20.17 24 126 80.95 1161 8.7 1220 .903 99.3
EDM 39 17 19 3 37 .474 114 126 18 106 16.98 35 124 71.77 1351 8.4 1199 .896 99.3
VAN 39 16 18 5 37 .474 106 127 28 132 21.21 32 139 76.98 1150 9.2 1241 .899 99.8
MTL 39 16 19 4 36 .462 100 122 22 115 19.13 29 130 77.69 1313 7.5 1243 .903 98.8
OTT 37 12 17 8 32 .432 98 128 20 126 15.87 25 109 77.06 1119 8.7 1153 .893 98.2
BUF 39 10 20 9 29 .372 86 129 15 118 12.71 22 119 81.51 1207 7.1 1274 .900 98.5
ARI 41 9 27 5 23 .280 94 146 22 132 16.67 21 107 80.37 1232 7.5 1310 .889 97.5
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 39 19 15 5 43 .560 114 114 24 127 19.17 24 127 80.83 1230 9.3 1230 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 1/2/2018.

Current Individual Leaders

League Leaders
Nikita Kucherov 56 Nikita Kucherov 25 Josh Bailey 38
Josh Bailey 50 Alex Ovechkin 24 Jakub Voracek 38
John Tavares 49 Anders Lee 24 Blake Wheeler 34
Steven Stamkos 49 John Tavares 21 Claude Giroux 33
3 players at 46 Brock Boeser 21 Steven Stamkos 32
Anton Stralman +26 Nikita Kucherov 1.47 Brayden Point 7
Jaden Schwartz +23 Steven Stamkos 1.29 Sean Monahan 6
Brayden Schenn +21 Josh Bailey 1.28 Artem Anisimov 6
Drew Doughty +20 John Tavares 1.26 Brandon Saad 6
Brayden Point +20 3 players at 1.21 Brayden Schenn 6
Alex Ovechkin 179 William Karlsson 26.3% Ryan Suter 27:10
Vladimir Tarasenko 172 Anders Lee 24.7% Drew Doughty 27:09
Tyler Seguin 163 Mathieu Perreault 22.7% Rasmus Ristolainen 26:49
Evander Kane 158 Brian Gibbons 22.6% Erik Karlsson 26:22
Phil Kessel 148 Jaden Schwartz 22.2% John Carlson 26:13
Kris Russell 116 Chris Wagner 135 Tom Wilson 91
Alec Martinez 103 Robert Hagg 127 Ryan Reaves 80
Ryan McDonagh 96 Luke Schenn 127 Micheal Haley 80
Joel Edmundson 96 Adam Larsson 127 Antoine Roussel 75
Nikita Zaitsev 94 Brooks Orpik 122 Derek Dorsett 74
Andrei Vasilevskiy 2.02 Andrei Vasilevskiy .935 Andrei Vasilevskiy 5
Aaron Dell 2.06 Aaron Dell .931 Sergei Bobrovsky 4
Tuukka Rask 2.13 Corey Crawford .929 Ben Bishop 4
Malcolm Subban 2.25 Roberto Luongo .928 Pekka Rinne 3
2 goalies @ 2.27 Jonathan Quick .927 4 more goalies @ 3
ROSTER NEWS

Recent roster transactions from around the NHL & AHL

Team Tuesday, January 2nd -- Transactions
MIN Activated forward Zach Parise from long term IR
MIN Assigned forward Zack Mitchell to Iowa (AHL)
TOR Loaned goaltender Calvin Pickard to Toronto (AHL)
TOR Recalled forward Frederik Gauthier from Toronto (AHL)
Team Monday, January 1st -- Transactions
CBJ Recalled forward Zac Dalpe from Cleveland (AHL)
FLA Recalled forward Maxim Mamin from Springfield (AHL)
MIN Placed forward Zack Mitchell on waivers
NYI Assigned forward Anthony Beauvillier to Bridgeport (AHL)
NYI Assigned forward Steve Bernier to Bridgeport (AHL)
PIT Recalled forward Dominik Simon from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Assigned goaltender Casey DeSmith to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Assigned defenseman Andrey Pedan to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Assigned forward Garrett Wilson to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
Team Sunday, December 31st -- Transactions
CGY Recalled forward Andrew Mangiapane from Stockton (AHL)
CGY Placed forward Michael Frolik on IR
EDM Assigned defenseman Eric Gryba to Bakersfield (AHL)
NSH Reassigned forward Frederick Gaudreau to Milwaukee (AHL)
OTT Reassigned forward Nick Paul to Belleville (AHL)
Team Saturday, December 30th -- Transactions
ANA Reassigned defenseman Andy Welinski to San Diego (AHL)
CGY Acquired defenseman Dalton Prout from NJD (NHL) in exchange for goaltender Eddie Lack
NSH Recalled forward Frederick Gaudreau from Milwaukee (AHL)
NSH Placed forward Filip Forsberg on IR
NJD Acquired goaltender Eddie Lack from CGY (NHL) in exchange for defenseman Dalton Prout
PHI Loaned defenseman Mark Alt to Lehigh Valley (AHL)
PIT Recalled forward Daniel Sprong from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Reassigned forward Dominik Simon to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
TBL Recalled goaltender Louis Domingue from Syracuse (AHL)
VAN Recalled forward Michael Chaput from Utica (AHL)
WPG Recalled forward Jack Roslovic from Manitoba (AHL)
WPG Placed forward Brandon Tanev on IR
Team Friday, December 29th -- Transactions
CAR Recalled center Lucas Wallmark from Charlotte (AHL)
CBJ Assigned defenseman Gabriel Carlsson to Cleveland (AHL)
MIN Recalled left winger Zach Parise from Iowa (AHL)
NJD Assigned defenseman Dalton Prout to Binghamton (AHL)
TOR Recalled goaltender Calvin Pickard from Toronto (AHL)
Team Thursday, December 28th -- Transactions
ARI Recalled forward Mario Kempe from Tucson (AHL)
COL Recalled defenseman Andrei Mironov from San Antonio (AHL)
EDM Signed forward Cameron Hebig to a three-year, entry-level contract
MIN Assigned forward Zach Parise to Iowa (AHL) on a conditioning assignment
NYI Recalled defenseman Sebastian Aho from Bridgeport (AHL)
NYR Recalled forward Vinni Lettieri from Hartford (AHL)
PIT Recalled defenseman Frank Corrado from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Recalled goalie Casey DeSmith from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Recalled defenseman Andrey Pedan from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Recalled forward Garrett Wilson from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Placed defensemen Kris Letang on IR
PIT Placed defensemen Chad Ruhwedelon IR
PIT Placed forward Bryan Rust on IR
SJS Signed forward Joachim Blichfeld to a standard, entry-level contract
SJS Signed forward Jayden Halbgewachs to a standard, entry-level contract
WSH Assigned forward Nathan Walker to Hershey (AHL)
Team Wednesday, December 27th -- Transactions
CHI Recalled forward David Kampf from Rockford (AHL)
CHI Recalled goaltender Jeff Glass from Rockford (AHL)
MTL Recalled defenseman Brett Lernout from Laval (AHL)
OTT Recalled defenseman Ben Harpur from Belleville (AHL)
STL GM Doug Armstrong signed a four-year contract extension
Injury Report

Current Injury reports from around the NHL - Updated Daily

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Last updated: January 2nd 12:06 PM (CT)

Yesterday's Injury Report Additions

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
Victor Antipin BUF Mon Jan 1 2018 Illness Antipin sat out the last game due to an illness and it is undetermined if he will play Thursday against the Wild.
Sven Andrighetto COL Mon Jan 1 2018 Leg Andrighetto is expected to be available against the Jets on Tuesday despite a leg injury.
Dan Hamhuis DAL Mon Jan 1 2018 Eye Hamhuis is expected to play against the Blue Jackets on Tuesday despite an eye injury.
Matt Niskanen WSH Mon Jan 1 2018 Upper Body Niskanen has an upper-body injury and it is unknown if he will play against the Hurricanes on Tuesday.
NOTES: All stats and information are lovingly assembled from information collected from various smaller sites in addition to nhl.com. These independent sites include Hockey-Reference.com for their amazing historical games database, handy tables and injury reports, HockeyDB.com for their fantastic ability to stay on top of roster moves throughout the NHL and AHL, and LeftWingLock.com for their projected starting goalies. Massive thanks to these awesome independent sites - they are each worthy of having you swing by and checking them out.
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2018.01.01 17:45 FreeCandyVanDriver Daily NHL Update - January 1st

DAILY NHL UPDATE - Monday, January 1st

Today's Snapshot

SNAPSHOT
Sunday, December 31st Monday, January 1st Time (ET) Tuesday, January 2nd Time (ET)
TOR 3 - 6 VGK NYR @ BUF 1:00 PM TBL @ TOR 7:00 PM
ARI 2 - 5 ANA BOS @ NYI 7:00 PM
TBL 5 - 0 CBJ PIT @ PHI 7:00 PM
PIT 1 - 4 DET WSH @ CAR 7:00 PM
WPG 5 - 0 EDM SJS @ MTL 7:00 PM
NYI 1 - 6 COL NJD @ STL 7:30 PM
SJS 0 - 6 DAL FLA @ MIN 8:00 PM
CHI 3 - 4 CGY OT CBJ @ DAL 8:30 PM
WPG @ COL 9:00 PM
LAK @ EDM 9:30 PM
ANA @ VAN 10:00 PM
NSH @ VGK 10:00 PM

Today's NHL Games - Head-To-Head Breakdown

Head-To-Head
NYR Team BUF
1:00 PM (ET) Local Time 1:00 (ET)
Local TV
NBC, TVAS, SN National TV NBC, TVAS, SN
20-13-5 Record 10-20-8
4th - Metro Place 8th - Atlantic
0-0-0 This Season Vs. 0-0-0
1-2-0 Last Season Vs. 2-0-1
177 GP, 71-76-5 (25 ties) All Time Vs. 177 GP, 81-62-9 (25 ties)
Mats Zuccarello - 29 Points Leader 35 - Jack Eichel
18th - 18.70% PP % 12.39% - 30th
3rd - 84.13% PK % 81.90% - 12th
Henrik Lundqvist Goalie Robin Lehner
Confirmed Status Confirmed
17-9-4 Record 9-14-5
2.58 GAA 2.74
.922 SV % .915
Last Game Lines
Nash - Zibanejad - Zuccarello Forward - 1st Girgensons - Eichel - Reinhart
Grabner - Hayes - Miller Forward - 2nd Kane - O'Reilly - Okposo
Vesey - Desharnais - Buchnevich Forward - 3rd Pouliot - Rodrigues - Pominville
Carey - Nieves - Lettieri Forward - 4th Larsson - Josefson - Nolan
McDonagh - Holden Defense - 1st Scandella - Ristolainen
Skjei - Staal Defense - 2nd McCabe - Bogosian
Smith - Shattenkirk Defense - 3rd Beaulieu - Falk
YESTERDAY'S NHL RESULTS

All NHL Results for Sunday, December 31st

TOR Team VGK
3 Final 6
23 Shots 31
Patrick Marleau (15) Goal Pierre-Edouard Bellemare (4)
Leo Komarov, Connor Brown Asssists Alex Tuch
Auston Matthews (16) Goal William Karlsson (18)
Zach Hyman Asssists Reilly Smith, Deryk Engelland
Auston Matthews (17) Goal Erik Haula (14)
William Nylander, Morgan Rielly Asssists David Perron , Colin Miller
Goal William Karlsson (19)
Asssists Jon Marchessault
Goal Jon Marchessault (14)
Asssists William Karlsson, Shea Theodore
Goal William Karlsson, EN (20)
Asssists Reilly Smith, Brayden McNabb
Frederik Andersen Goalie Malcolm Subban
25 of 30, .833% Stats 20 of 23, .870%
ARI Team ANA
2 Final 5
25 Shots 26
Brendan Perlini, PP (10) Goal Rickard Rakell (13)
Alex Goligoski Asssists Antoine Vermette, Ryan Getzlaf
Clayton Keller, PP (14) Goal Rickard Rakell (14)
Derek Stepan Asssists Ryan Getzlaf, Antoine Vermette
Goal Cam Fowler (6)
Asssists Jakob Silfverberg, Ryan Kesler
Goal Jakob Silfverberg (10)
Asssists Cam Fowler, John Gibson
Goal Antoine Vermette, EN (7)
Asssists Ryan Kesler, Kevin Bieksa
Antti Raanta Goalie John Gibson
21 of 25, .840% Stats 23 of 25, .920%
TBL Team CBJ
5 Final 0
35 Shots 21
Tyler Johnson (11) Goal
Mikhail Sergachev, Brayden Point Assists
Tyler Johnson (12) Goal
Mikhail Sergachev,Brayden Point Assists
Nikita Kucherov (25) Goal
Vladislav Namestnikov Assists
Cory Conacher (3) Goal
Yanni Gourde, Victor Hedman Asssists
Steven Stamkos, PP (17) Goal
Nikita Kucherov, Victor Hedman Asssists
Andrei Vasilevskiy Goalie Joonas Korpisalo
21 of 21, 1.000% Stats 30 of 35, .857%
WPG Team EDM
5 Final 0
38 Shots 35
Marko Dano (1) Goal
Ben Chiarot, Matt Hendricks Asssists
Blake Wheeler (11) Goal
Kyle Connor Asssists
Kyle Connor, PP (13) Goal
Adam Lowry, Patrik Laine Asssists
Bryan Little (7) Goal
Josh Morrissey Asssists
Mathieu Perreault, PP (10) Goal
Bryan Little, Joel Armia Asssists
Connor Hellebuyck Goalie Cam Talbot
35 of 35, 1.000% Stats 33 of 38, .868%
PIT Team DET
1 Final 4
38 Shots 23
Evgeni Malkin, PP (14) Goal Gustav Nyquist (11)
Olli Maatta, Phil Kessel Asssists Henrik Zetterberg, Tyler Bertuzzi
Goal Dylan Larkin (6)
Asssists Tomas Tatar, Trevor Daley
Goal Frans Nielsen (10)
Asssists Darren Helm, Mike Green
Goal Gustav Nyquist (12)
Asssists Tyler Bertuzzi, Henrik Zetterberg
Matthew Murray Goalie Jimmy Howard
19 of 23, .826% Stats 37 of 38, .974%
NYI Team COL
1 Final 6
28 Shots 48
Josh Bailey (12) Goal Patrik Nemeth (2)
Scott Mayfield, Brock Nelson Asssists Alexander Kerfoot, Sven Andrighetto
Goal Matthew Nieto (6)
Asssists Carl Soderberg, Blake Comeau
Goal Carl Soderberg (7)
Asssists Colin Wilson, Erik Johnson
Goal Gabriel Landeskog, PP (15)
Asssists Nathan MacKinnon, Samuel Girard
Goal Gabriel Landeskog, PP (16)
Asssists Nathan MacKinnon, Samuel Girard
Goal Erik Johnson (5)
Asssists Gabriel Landeskog, Nathan MacKinnon
Jaroslav Halak Goalie Jonathan Bernier
Thomas Greiss Goalie
30 of 35, .857%, L - Jaroslav Halak Stats 27 of 28, .964%
12 of 13, .923% - Thomas Greiss Stats
SJS Team DAL
0 Final 6
26 Shots 32
Goal John Klingberg (5)
Asssists Mattias Janmark, Alexander Radulov
Goal Tyler Pitlick (6)
Asssists Radek Faksa
Goal Stephen Johns (4)
Asssists Mattias Janmark, Radek Faksa
Goal Tyler Seguin, PP (19)
Asssists John Klingberg, Jamie Benn
Goal Devin Shore (4)
Asssists Jamie Benn, Dan Hamhuis
Goal Tyler Pitlick (7)
Asssists Radek Faksa, Antoine Roussel
Martin Jones Goalie Ben Bishop
Aaron Dell Goalie
18 of 22, .818%, L - Martin Jones Stats 26 of 26, 1.000%
8 of 10, .800% - Aaron Dell Stats
CHI Team CGY
3 Final 4
37 Shots 39
Jordan Oesterle (2) Goal Matthew Tkachuk, PP (9)
Vinnie Hinostroza, Brandon Saad Asssists Sean Monahan, Mark Giordano
Jonathan Toews (10) Goal Matthew Tkachuk, PP (10)
Jordan Oesterle Asssists Johnny Gaudreau, Mikael Backlund
Brandon Saad (12) Goal Sean Monahan (18)
Jonathan Toews Asssists Johnny Gaudreau, T.J. Brodie
Goal Mark Giordano (7)
Asssists Mikael Backlund
Jeff Glass Goalie Mike Smith
35 of 39, .897% Stats 34 of 37, .919%

Current NHL Standings

EASTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
TBL 38 28 8 2 58 .763 144 93 +51 8-2-0
TOR 40 23 15 2 48 .600 135 118 +17 4-5-1
BOS 37 21 10 6 48 .649 114 94 +20 7-1-2
FLA 38 17 16 5 39 .513 108 121 -13 6-3-1
DET 38 15 16 7 37 .487 104 119 -15 4-4-2
MTL 39 16 19 4 36 .462 100 122 -22 3-6-1
OTT 37 12 17 8 32 .432 98 128 -30 3-6-1
BUF 38 10 20 8 28 .368 84 126 -42 3-3-4
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WSH 40 24 13 3 51 .638 123 113 +10 6-2-2
NJD 38 22 10 6 50 .658 121 113 +8 6-2-2
CBJ 40 22 15 3 47 .588 113 114 -1 3-6-2
NYR 38 20 13 5 45 .592 120 107 +13 5-2-3
NYI 39 20 15 4 44 .564 136 139 -3 4-5-1
CAR 38 18 13 7 43 .566 106 114 -9 7-3-0
PIT 40 19 18 3 41 .513 111 128 -17 3-7-0
PHI 38 16 14 8 40 .526 106 109 -3 6-3-1
WESTERN CONFERENCE
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
WPG 40 23 11 6 52 .650 134 110 +24 6-3-1
NSH 38 23 10 5 51 .671 123 104 +19 5-3-2
STL 41 24 15 2 50 .610 119 102 +17 3-7-0
DAL 40 22 15 3 47 .588 122 112 +10 6-2-2
MIN 39 20 16 3 43 .551 110 113 -3 5-5-0
CHI 38 18 14 6 42 .553 112 106 +6 6-3-1
COL 38 19 16 3 41 .539 123 120 +3 6-3-1
GP W L OTL P P% GF GA Diff L10
VGK 37 26 9 2 54 .730 132 106 +26 9-0-1
LAK 39 23 11 5 51 .654 115 91 +24 5-3-2
SJS 36 20 12 4 44 .611 98 92 +6 6-2-2
ANA 40 18 14 8 44 .550 109 115 -6 6-3-1
CGY 39 19 16 4 42 .538 108 114 -6 4-4-2
EDM 39 17 19 3 37 .474 114 126 -12 5-4-11
VAN 39 16 18 5 37 .474 106 127 -21 2-7-1
ARI 41 9 27 5 23 .280 94 146 -52 2-8-0

Current NHL Team Stats

NHL STATS - TEAM
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TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
TBL 38 28 8 2 58 .763 144 93 37 144 25.69 27 129 79.07 1240 11.5 1191 .923 102.8
VGK 37 26 9 2 54 .730 132 106 23 126 18.25 23 115 80.00 1195 10.9 1128 .908 100.7
NSH 38 23 10 5 51 .671 123 104 36 145 24.83 27 160 83.13 1167 10.3 1248 .920 100.9
NJD 38 22 10 6 50 .658 121 113 24 114 21.05 22 133 83.46 1162 10.2 1255 .912 101.0
LAK 39 23 11 5 51 .654 115 91 18 113 15.93 17 132 87.12 1203 9.4 1234 .926 101.7
WPG 40 23 11 6 52 .650 134 110 35 145 24.14 27 140 80.71 1275 10.4 1278 .915 100.9
BOS 37 21 10 6 48 .649 114 94 26 123 21.14 18 112 83.93 1175 9.5 1097 .916 101.0
WSH 40 24 13 3 51 .638 123 113 24 123 19.51 27 138 80.43 1153 10.4 1271 .912 101.5
SJS 36 20 12 4 44 .611 98 92 28 128 21.88 17 117 85.47 1165 8.2 1082 .916 98.3
STL 41 24 15 2 50 .610 119 102 22 142 15.49 22 128 82.81 1363 8.6 1231 .917 100.4
TOR 40 23 15 2 48 .600 135 118 25 113 22.12 22 127 82.68 1229 10.8 1351 .913 101.7
NYR 38 20 13 5 45 .592 120 107 23 123 18.70 20 126 84.13 1196 9.9 1279 .919 101.2
CBJ 40 22 15 3 47 .588 113 114 14 119 11.76 21 110 80.91 1347 8.1 1252 .911 99.7
DAL 40 22 15 3 47 .588 122 112 25 123 20.33 26 141 81.56 1268 9.4 1183 .906 100.3
CAR 38 18 13 7 43 .566 106 114 19 123 15.45 20 94 78.72 1311 7.9 1112 .900 99.0
NYI 39 20 15 4 44 .564 136 139 28 132 21.21 31 119 73.95 1220 11.0 1300 .894 100.7
Avg. 39 19 15 5 43 .560 114 114 24 127 19.17 24 127 80.83 1230 9.3 1230 .909 100.0
CHI 38 18 14 6 42 .553 112 106 22 147 14.97 23 121 80.99 1320 8.5 1253 .916 100.3
MIN 39 20 16 3 43 .551 110 113 23 120 19.17 25 154 83.77 1134 9.5 1260 .911 99.8
ANA 40 18 14 8 44 .550 109 115 19 111 17.12 26 147 82.31 1178 9.1 1368 .919 101.0
COL 38 19 16 3 41 .539 123 120 31 156 19.87 22 138 84.06 1145 10.7 1208 .901 100.4
CGY 39 19 16 4 42 .538 108 114 25 134 18.66 28 127 77.95 1281 8.3 1227 .910 99.6
PHI 38 16 14 8 40 .526 106 109 26 133 19.55 28 121 76.86 1221 8.7 1173 .910 100.9
PIT 40 19 18 3 41 .513 111 128 36 144 25.00 27 142 80.99 1395 7.8 1219 .896 95.8
FLA 38 17 16 5 39 .513 108 121 19 120 15.83 23 122 81.15 1298 8.2 1343 .911 99.5
DET 38 15 16 7 37 .487 104 119 24 119 20.17 24 126 80.95 1161 8.7 1220 .903 99.3
EDM 39 17 19 3 37 .474 114 126 18 106 16.98 35 124 71.77 1351 8.4 1199 .896 99.3
VAN 39 16 18 5 37 .474 106 127 28 132 21.21 32 139 76.98 1150 9.2 1241 .899 99.8
MTL 39 16 19 4 36 .462 100 122 22 115 19.13 29 130 77.69 1313 7.5 1243 .903 98.8
OTT 37 12 17 8 32 .432 98 128 20 126 15.87 25 109 77.06 1119 8.7 1153 .893 98.2
BUF 38 10 20 8 28 .368 84 126 14 113 12.39 21 116 81.90 1174 7.2 1232 .899 98.4
ARI 41 9 27 5 23 .280 94 146 22 132 16.67 21 107 80.37 1232 7.5 1310 .889 97.5
TEAM GP W L OL PTS PTS% GF GA PP PPO PP% PPA PPOA PK% S S% SA SV% PDO
Avg. 39 19 15 5 43 .560 114 114 24 127 19.17 24 127 80.83 1230 9.3 1230 .909 100.0
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table Generated 1/1/2018.

Current Individual Leaders

League Leaders
Nikita Kucherov 56 Nikita Kucherov 25 Josh Bailey 38
Josh Bailey 50 Alex Ovechkin 24 Jakub Voracek 38
John Tavares 49 Anders Lee 24 Blake Wheeler 34
Steven Stamkos 49 John Tavares 21 Claude Giroux 33
3 players at 46 Brock Boeser 21 Steven Stamkos 32
Anton Stralman +26 Nikita Kucherov 1.47 Brayden Point 7
Jaden Schwartz +23 Steven Stamkos 1.29 Sean Monahan 6
Brayden Schenn +21 Josh Bailey 1.28 Artem Anisimov 6
Drew Doughty +20 John Tavares 1.26 Brandon Saad 6
Brayden Point +20 3 players at 1.21 Brayden Schenn 6
Alex Ovechkin 179 William Karlsson 26.3% Ryan Suter 27:10
Vladimir Tarasenko 172 Anders Lee 24.7% Drew Doughty 27:09
Tyler Seguin 163 Mathieu Perreault 22.7% Rasmus Ristolainen 26:49
Evander Kane 158 Brian Gibbons 22.6% Erik Karlsson 26:22
Phil Kessel 148 Jaden Schwartz 22.2% John Carlson 26:13
Kris Russell 116 Chris Wagner 135 Tom Wilson 91
Alec Martinez 103 Robert Hagg 127 Ryan Reaves 80
Ryan McDonagh 96 Luke Schenn 127 Micheal Haley 80
Joel Edmundson 96 Adam Larsson 127 Antoine Roussel 75
Nikita Zaitsev 94 Brooks Orpik 122 Derek Dorsett 74
Andrei Vasilevskiy 2.02 Andrei Vasilevskiy .935 Andrei Vasilevskiy 5
Aaron Dell 2.06 Aaron Dell .931 Sergei Bobrovsky 4
Tuukka Rask 2.13 Corey Crawford .929 [ Ben Bishop 4
Malcolm Subban 2.25 Roberto Luongo .928 Pekka Rinne 3
2 goalies @ 2.27 Jonathan Quick .927 4 more goalies @ 3
ROSTER NEWS

Recent roster transactions from around the NHL & AHL

Team Sunday, December 31st -- Transactions
CGY Recalled forward Andrew Mangiapane from Stockton (AHL)
CGY Placed forward Michael Frolik on IR
EDM Assigned defenseman Eric Gryba to Bakersfield (AHL)
NSH Reassigned forward Frederick Gaudreau to Milwaukee (AHL)
OTT Reassigned forward Nick Paul to Belleville (AHL)
Team Saturday, December 30th -- Transactions
ANA Reassigned defenseman Andy Welinski to San Diego (AHL)
CGY Acquired defenseman Dalton Prout from NJD (NHL) in exchange for goaltender Eddie Lack
NSH Recalled forward Frederick Gaudreau from Milwaukee (AHL)
NSH Placed forward Filip Forsberg on IR
NJD Acquired goaltender Eddie Lack from CGY (NHL) in exchange for defenseman Dalton Prout
PHI Loaned defenseman Mark Alt to Lehigh Valley (AHL)
PIT Recalled forward Daniel Sprong from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Reassigned forward Dominik Simon to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
TBL Recalled goaltender Louis Domingue from Syracuse (AHL)
VAN Recalled forward Michael Chaput from Utica (AHL)
WPG Recalled forward Jack Roslovic from Manitoba (AHL)
WPG Placed forward Brandon Tanev on IR
Team Friday, December 29th -- Transactions
CAR Recalled center Lucas Wallmark from Charlotte (AHL)
CBJ Assigned defenseman Gabriel Carlsson to Cleveland (AHL)
MIN Recalled left winger Zach Parise from Iowa (AHL)
NJD Assigned defenseman Dalton Prout to Binghamton (AHL)
TOR Recalled goaltender Calvin Pickard from Toronto (AHL)
Team Thursday, December 28th -- Transactions
ARI Recalled forward Mario Kempe from Tucson (AHL)
COL Recalled defenseman Andrei Mironov from San Antonio (AHL)
EDM Signed forward Cameron Hebig to a three-year, entry-level contract
MIN Assigned forward Zach Parise to Iowa (AHL) on a conditioning assignment
NYI Recalled defenseman Sebastian Aho from Bridgeport (AHL)
NYR Recalled forward Vinni Lettieri from Hartford (AHL)
PIT Recalled defenseman Frank Corrado from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Recalled goalie Casey DeSmith from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Recalled defenseman Andrey Pedan from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Recalled forward Garrett Wilson from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
PIT Placed defensemen Kris Letang on IR
PIT Placed defensemen Chad Ruhwedelon IR
PIT Placed forward Bryan Rust on IR
SJS Signed forward Joachim Blichfeld to a standard, entry-level contract
SJS Signed forward Jayden Halbgewachs to a standard, entry-level contract
WSH Assigned forward Nathan Walker to Hershey (AHL)
Team Wednesday, December 27th -- Transactions
CHI Recalled forward David Kampf from Rockford (AHL)
CHI Recalled goaltender Jeff Glass from Rockford (AHL)
MTL Recalled defenseman Brett Lernout from Laval (AHL)
OTT Recalled defenseman Ben Harpur from Belleville (AHL)
STL GM Doug Armstrong signed a four-year contract extension
Team Tuesday, December 26th -- Transactions
ARI Recalled forward Lawson Crouse from Tucson (AHL)
CBJ Recalled defenseman Dean Kukan from Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled left winger Sonny Milano from Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled left winger Tyler Motte from Cleveland (AHL)
CBJ Recalled left winger Jordan Schroeder from Cleveland (AHL)
OTT Agreed to terms with center Aaron Luchuk on a three-year entry-level contract
PHI Loaned goaltender Alex Lyon to Lehigh Valley (AHL)
PHI Activated goaltender Michal Neuvirth from injured reserve
TOR Loaned forward Kasperi Kapanen to Toronto (AHL)
Injury Report

Current Injury reports from around the NHL - Updated Daily

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INJURY REPORT POST
This report is far too large to include in the "Daily NHL Update" without busting reddit's size limit for posts. I am still doing it daily, and you can always find it pinned to the top of the subreddit as an announcement post as well as in the link above.
Last updated: January 1st, 11:14 AM (CT)

Yesterday's Injury Report Additions

Player Team Date of Injury Injury Type Injury Note
J.T. Compher COL Sun Dec 31 2017 Upper Body Compher sat out the previous game with an upper-body injury and it is uncertain if he will suit up against the Jets on Tuesday.
Alexander Radulov DAL Sun Dec 31 2017 Upper Body Radulov exited the previous game due to an upper-body injury and it is unclear if he will suit up Tuesday against the Blue Jackets.
Troy Stecher VAN Sun Dec 31 2017 Undisclosed Stecher left the previous game due to an unspecified injury and it is unclear if he will play Tuesday against the Ducks.
NOTES: All stats and information are lovingly assembled from information collected from various smaller sites in addition to nhl.com. These independent sites include Hockey-Reference.com for their amazing historical games database, handy tables and injury reports, HockeyDB.com for their fantastic ability to stay on top of roster moves throughout the NHL and AHL, and LeftWingLock.com for their projected starting goalies. Massive thanks to these awesome independent sites - they are each worthy of having you swing by and checking them out.
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2017.04.11 07:37 Hero_of_Brandon 2017 Expansion and Entry Draft Megathread

/winnipegjets expansion draft/entry draft megathread

This is going to be a popular topic this off season so use this thread to ask any questions and post opinions on potential plans of action.

Off-Season Important Dates

Event Date
NHL Draft Lottery April 29, 2017
Expansion Draft player lists released June 18th, 2017
Expansion Draft picks revealed June 21, 2017
NHL Entry Draft June 23-24, 2017
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Expansion Draft Rules

* Exposure Requirements

1) Teams must expose one defensemen under contract through 2017-2018 season that plays 40 games this season, or 70 games total between this year (2016-2017) and last year (2015-2016). Players that meet this requirement:
  • Tyler Myers
  • Jacob Trouba
  • Mark Stuart
  • Paul Postma
  • Ben Chiarot
2) Teams must expose two forwards under contract through the 2017-2018 season that plays 40 games this season, or 70 games total between this year (2016-2017) and last year (2015-2016). Players that meet this requirement:
  • Mark Scheifele
  • Blake Wheeler
  • Bryan Little
  • Mathieu Perreault
  • Shawn Matthias
  • Joel Armia
  • Adam Lowry
  • Andrew Copp
  • Marko Dano
3) Teams must expose one goaltender under contract through the 2017-2018 season, or who is an RFA this summer (must be qualified beforehand). Players that meet this requirement:
  • Michael Hutchinson
  • Connor Hellebuyck

* Protection Rules

1) Clubs will have 2 options for players they wish to protect from the expansion draft.
 a) Seven forwards, three defenseman, and one goalie. or b) Eight skaters (regardless of position) and one goalie. 
2) NMCs must be honoured with a protection slot unless player agrees to waive it.
  • Dustin Byfuglien
  • Toby Enstrom
3) Unsigned draft picks, and 1st/2nd year pros do not count towards protection limits.
  • Patrik Laine
  • Kyle Connor
  • Jack Roslovic
  • Nikolaj Ehlers
  • Brandon Tanev
  • Brendan Lemieux
  • Nic Petan
  • Chase De Leo
  • Jimmy Lodge
  • Jansen Harkens
  • Logan Stanley
  • Josh Morrissey
  • Nelson Nogier
  • Jan Kostalek
  • Tucker Poolman
  • Jamie Phillips
  • Eric Comrie
  • + All Unsigned Draft Picks

* Rules Affecting Vegas

1) The Las Vegas franchise must select one player from each presently existing club for a total of 30 players (not including additional players who may be acquired as the result of violations of the Expansion Draft rules).
2) The Las Vegas franchise must select the following number of players at each position:
  • 14 forwards
  • 9 defensemen
  • 3 goaltenders
3) The Las Vegas franchise must select players with an aggregate Expansion Draft value that is between 60-100% of the prior season's upper limit for the salary cap. ($43.8M USD- $73M USD)
4) The Las Vegas franchise may not buy out any of the players selected in the Expansion Draft earlier than the summer following its first season.
5) Any players picked by The Las Vegas franchise cannot be traded back to their former team before January 1, 2018.
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NHL Entry Draft

Winnipeg Jets currently held draft picks

Round Overall Original Owner
1 12 Winnipeg Jets
2 43 Winnipeg Jets
3 74 Winnipeg Jets
4 105 Winnipeg Jets
5 136 Winnipeg Jets
6 167 Winnipeg Jets
7 198 Winnipeg Jets
7 211 Montreal Canadiens*
* Aquired for 2016 7th round pick -- #187 Overall (Arvid Henrikson)
Draft Lottery Odds:
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Colorado 17.9 16.0 14.1 52.0
Vancounver 12.1 11.8 11.3 34.0 30.7
Vegas 10.3 10.3 10.1 11.8 39.3 18.1
Arizona 10.3 10.3 10.1 2.1 22.8 34.6 9.7
New Jersey 8.5 8.7 8.8 7.2 33.0 28.7 5.2
Buffalo 7.6 7.8 8.0 14.3 38.2 21.4 2.6
Detroit 6.7 7.0 7.2 23.4 39.7 14.8 1.2
Dallas 5.8 6.1 6.4 33.7 37.9 9.5 0.5
Florida 5.4 5.7 6.0 44.7 32.7 5.4 0.2
Los Angeles 4.5 4.8 5.1 56.5 26.4 2.7 0.1
Carolina 3.1 3.4 3.7 67.8 20.7 1.3 0.0
Winnipeg 2.7 2.9 3.2 76.4 14.3 0.5 0.0
Philadelphia 2.2 2.4 2.7 84.3 8.3 0.1
Tampa Bay 1.8 2.0 2.2 91.2 2.9
NY Islanders 0.9 1.0 1.1 97.0
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2017.03.06 16:04 HockeyMod Game Thread: San Jose Sharks (38-19-7) at Winnipeg Jets (30-30-6) - 06 Mar 2017 - 05:00PM PST

San Jose Sharks (38-19-7) at Winnipeg Jets (30-30-6)

MTS Centre, Winnipeg, MB, CAN

Time

PT MT CT ET AT
05:00PM 06:00PM 07:00PM 08:00PM 09:00PM
TV CSN-CA
Streams First Row - ATDHE - Vipbox - StreamHunter - LiveTV - /nhlstreams
Listen SJS - WPG
Other-Away Preview - Boxscore - Recap
Other-Home Preview - Boxscore - Recap
GameCenter On NHL.com

Season Series

Date Away Home Time Network/Result
16 Jan 2017 01:00PM PST WPG (2) - SJS (5)
24 Jan 2017 07:00PM CST SJS (4) - WPG (3)
06 Mar 2017 07:00PM CST CSN-CA

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Nikolaj Ehlers Bryan Little Blake Wheeler Kevin Labanc Joe Thornton Joe Pavelski
Mathieu Perreault Mark Scheifele Patrik Laine Patrick Marleau Logan Couture Mikkel Boedker
Shawn Matthias Adam Lowry Joel Armia Marcus Sorensen Tomas Hertl Joel Ward
Marko Dano Andrew Copp Chris Thorburn Micheal Haley Chris Tierney Melker Karlsson
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Tobias Enstrom Dustin Byfuglien Paul Martin Brent Burns
Josh Morrissey Jacob Trouba Marc-Edouard Vlasic Justin Braun
Ben Chiarot Paul Postma Brenden Dillon David Schlemko
Goalies Goalies
Connor Hellebuyck Martin Jones
Michael Hutchinson Aaron Dell

Injuries

Player Injury Date Status
Tyler Myers Lower body - still could return before the end of the regular season. Nov 23 Indefinitely
-- -- -- -- --
David Schlemko Lower body - won't play Sunday against the Wild. Mar 2 Day-to-day

Team Stats

Team GP W L OT P P% G/G GA/G PP% PK% S/G SA/G FO%
Jets 66 30 30 6 66 50.0 2.9696 3.106 17.4 77.4 29.6666 30.7424 48.0
Sharks 64 38 19 7 83 64.8 2.7343 2.3281 16.9 81.0 30.3906 27.4375 48.1

Team Leaders

Stat Player Value Player Value
G Patrik Laine 32 Brent Burns 27
A Mark Scheifele 39 Brent Burns 40
P Mark Scheifele 66 Brent Burns 67
+/- Mark Scheifele 14 Brent Burns 23
PIM Dustin Byfuglien 93 Micheal Haley 76
TOI Dustin Byfuglien 27:24 Brent Burns 24:55

Goalie Breakdown

Name GP GS W L OT SO GAA SV%
Connor Hellebuyck 46 43 22 15 3 4 2.75 0.9101
Michael Hutchinson 21 15 4 11 3 1 3.21 0.8936
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Martin Jones 53 53 30 16 6 2 2.27 0.9154
Aaron Dell 13 11 8 3 1 1 1.87 0.9348

In-Game Updates

Time Clock
FINAL
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
1 0 2 3
1 0 1 2
Team Shots Hits Blocked FO Wins Giveaways Takeaways Power Plays
30 21 16 48.3% 9 6 0/3
33 23 15 51.7% 9 10 1/4
Period Time Team Strength Description
3rd 19:53 Power Play Mark Scheifele (28) Slap Shot, assists: Nikolaj Ehlers (32), Patrik Laine (27)
3rd 19:34 Even Joe Pavelski (23) Wrist Shot, assists: Marc-Edouard Vlasic (17), Joe Thornton (36)
3rd 07:26 Short Handed Mikkel Boedker (9) Wrist Shot, assists: Logan Couture (23)
1st 11:27 Even Josh Morrissey (4) Slap Shot, assists: none
1st 09:45 Even Joe Pavelski (22) Wrist Shot, assists: Melker Karlsson (10), Brenden Dillon (8)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
3rd 19:45 Minor 2 Dylan DeMelo Delaying Game - Puck over glass
3rd 14:28 Minor 2 Dustin Byfuglien Kneeing against Joonas Donskoi
3rd 05:32 Minor 2 Paul Martin Tripping against Josh Morrissey
2nd 18:31 Minor 2 Dustin Byfuglien Hooking against Justin Braun
2nd 06:45 Minor 2 Toby Enstrom Closing hand on puck served by Marko Dano
2nd 02:01 Minor 2 Joonas Donskoi Holding against Joel Armia
1st 16:11 Minor 2 Joe Pavelski Hooking against Nikolaj Ehlers
1st 16:04 Major 5 Chris Thorburn Fighting against Micheal Haley
1st 16:04 Major 5 Micheal Haley Fighting against Chris Thorburn
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2017.02.21 23:32 HockeyMod Game Thread: Winnipeg Jets (28-29-5) at Toronto Maple Leafs (27-20-11) - 21 Feb 2017 - 07:30PM EST

Winnipeg Jets (28-29-5) at Toronto Maple Leafs (27-20-11)

Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON, CAN

Comment with all tables

Watch, Listen and Talk:

TV
Streams First Row - ATDHE - Vipbox - StreamHunter - LiveTV - /nhlstreams
Listen WPG - TOR
Other-Away Preview - Boxscore - Recap
Other-Home Preview - Boxscore - Recap
GameCenter On NHL.com

Projected Lineups

Left Center Right Left Center Right
Leo Komarov Nazem Kadri Josh Leivo Nikolaj Ehlers Bryan Little Blake Wheeler
James van Riemsdyk Tyler Bozak Connor Brown Mathieu Perreault Mark Scheifele Patrik Laine
Zach Hyman Auston Matthews William Nylander Shawn Matthias Adam Lowry Joel Armia
Matt Martin Frederik Gauthier Nikita Soshnikov Brandon Tanev Nicolas Petan Chris Thorburn
Left D Right D Left D Right D
Morgan Rielly Nikita Zaitsev Julian Melchiori Dustin Byfuglien
Jake Gardiner Connor Carrick Josh Morrissey Ben Chiarot
Matt Hunwick Roman Polak Mark Stuart Paul Postma
Goalies Goalies
Frederik Andersen Connor Hellebuyck
Curtis McElhinney Michael Hutchinson

In-Game Updates

Time Clock
FINAL
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd OT Total
2 2 0 0 4
1 2 1 1 5
Team Shots Hits Blocked FO Wins Giveaways Takeaways Power Plays
20 31 17 46.5% 9 8 1/4
37 32 6 53.5% 9 11 2/5
Period Time Team Strength Description
OT 02:29 Even Jake Gardiner (9) Snap Shot, assists: Auston Matthews (24)
3rd 03:30 Power Play William Nylander (17) Snap Shot, assists: Auston Matthews (23), Jake Gardiner (21)
2nd 19:57 Even Patrik Laine (30) Snap Shot, assists: Mark Scheifele (37), Mathieu Perreault (17)
2nd 19:28 Power Play Leo Komarov (10) Snap Shot, assists: William Nylander (25), Auston Matthews (22)
2nd 17:24 Even Nikolaj Ehlers (20) Wrist Shot, assists: Josh Morrissey (13), Blake Wheeler (32)
2nd 15:52 Even Nazem Kadri (25) Backhand, assists: Josh Leivo (7), Morgan Rielly (20)
1st 10:33 Power Play Bryan Little (17) Backhand, assists: Adam Lowry (9), Dustin Byfuglien (30)
1st 04:25 Even Patrik Laine (29) Slap Shot, assists: Mark Scheifele (36), Mathieu Perreault (16)
1st 01:02 Even Leo Komarov (9) Snap Shot, assists: Josh Leivo (6), Nikita Zaitsev (25)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
3rd 19:34 Minor 2 Auston Matthews Hooking against Nikolaj Ehlers
3rd 16:10 Minor 2 Dustin Byfuglien Interference - Goalkeeper against Frederik Andersen
3rd 01:52 Minor 2 Chris Thorburn Roughing against Nazem Kadri
3rd 01:52 Minor 2 Nazem Kadri Roughing against Chris Thorburn
3rd 01:52 Minor 2 Mark Scheifele Roughing against Leo Komarov
2nd 19:57 Minor 2 Josh Leivo Roughing against Patrik Laine
2nd 19:57 Minor 2 Patrik Laine Roughing against Josh Leivo
2nd 19:57 Major 5 Matt Martin Fighting against Dustin Byfuglien
2nd 19:57 Major 5 Dustin Byfuglien Fighting against Matt Martin
2nd 18:58 Minor 2 Nikolaj Ehlers Holding against Zach Hyman
2nd 12:57 Bench Minor 2 Too many men/ice served by Nic Petan
2nd 12:09 Minor 2 Zach Hyman Hi-sticking against Nic Petan
1st 19:41 Minor 2 Roman Polak Slashing against Mathieu Perreault
1st 12:46 Minor 2 Dustin Byfuglien Hooking against Auston Matthews
1st 10:04 Minor 2 Nazem Kadri Tripping against Dustin Byfuglien

Injuries

Player Injury Date Status
Mitch Marner Upper body - has been placed on injured reserve. Feb 21 Day-to-Day
Joffrey Lupul Abdomen - began training camp on the injured reserve list. Sep 22 Indefinitely
Stephane Robidas Knee - has taken a job as a consultant with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Oct 6 Day-to-Day
Nathan Horton Back - has been left off Toronto's training camp roster after failing his physical, he is also not with the team. Sep 17 Indefinitely
-- -- -- -- --
Jacob Trouba - - has received a two-game suspension for his illegal hit to the head of Ottawa's Mark Stone. Feb 20 March 3
Drew Stafford Illness - and Julian Melchiori will be scratched against the Senators on Sunday. Feb 18 Day-to-Day
Toby Enstrom Lower body - on injured reserve. Feb 17 Week-to-Week
Andrew Copp Upper body - won't travel with the team on their upcoming road trip due an upper-body injury. Feb 15 Day-to-Day
Ondrej Pavelec Lower body - will travel with the team. Feb 14 Day-to-Day
Marko Dano Lower body - sustained a "tweak" recently while rehabbing his lower-body injury. Dec 30 Day-to-Day
Tyler Myers Lower body - underwent surgery Monday to repair his lower-body injury and he is projected to need six-to-eight weeks of recovery time. Nov 23 Indefinitely

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