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Power Play Report

Eichel leads Sabres' hot PP

by Matt Riegler
Updated On: October 4, 2018, 4:04 pm ET

Another excellent week for offences, which means the 22nd week of action was a wild one on the power play. Let's take a look!

 

A quintet of scorers matched each other atop the leader both last week with three points, each scoring a goal and adding two assists – Mike Hoffman, Jack Eichel, Jeff Carter, Derek Stepan and Chris Kreider. Meanwhile a whopping 16 players notched two assists and eight others tallied two goals!

 

Ah, but the seasonal leaders are where things are heating up. Phil Kessel has been matched by both Victor Hedman and Claude Giroux with 27 points each. Hedman, who leads all defenders in points, also shares the lead in assists across the league with Rasmus Ristolainen at 23. Nikita Kucherov has doubled his PPG total over the last three weeks, now sharing the league-lead with both Wayne Simmonds and Brayden Schenn at 14 markers. Wow!

 

Scheduling notes: Carolina will play five times this week, with a home-and-home series with the Islanders on Monday and Tuesday before finishing the weekend facing Nashville and in Philadelphia. Everyone else plays either three or four times, but let's go through a few quirky examples. Buffalo plays three times, but finishes on Friday against Anaheim. They'll be going through California all week. Montreal also plays three times, but just once, on Tuesday against Chicago, before a weekend double-dip with Ottawa. Finally, each of Chicago, Colorado, Columbus and Minnesota will also play twice over the weekend.

 

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ANAHEIM

Cam Fowler: 12 points (5 goals) in 217:27 of power play time this season

Corey Perry: 18 points (3 goals) in 202:57

Ryan Kesler: 18 points (7 goals) in 197:23

Ryan Getzlaf: 17 points (5 goals) in 190:56

Sami Vatanen: 12 points (2 goals) in 176:36

Rickard Rakell: 10 points (5 goals) in 131:24

 

The Ducks went 3/13 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 40/210 or 19%. Last week I noted that until Anaheim has "a huge week" to stay away, well consider this a big step in the right direction. The Captain scored twice and Jakob Silfverberg picked up the other tally. Kevin Bieksa, Vatanen, Kesler, Fowler, Rakell and Perry all posted helpers.

 

 

ARIZONA

Oliver Ekman-Larsson: 17 points (7 goals) in 258:38 of power play time this season

Radim Vrbata: 14 points (3 goals) in 192:04

Martin Hanzal: 8 points (4 goals) in 151:25

Alex Goligoski: 5 points in 143:19

Max Domi: 5 points (a goal) in 120:02

Shane Doan: 5 points (3 goals) in 108:30

 

The Coyotes went 2/7 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 31/203 or 15.3%. Mark it now 4/19 on the man-advantage through the last pair of weeks. Each of Brendan Perlini, Jakob Chychrun, Peter Holland and Doan lit the lamp. Tobias Rieder, who ranks seventh on the team in time with two goals and four points in 86:35 this season, led the way with two assists. Anthony DeAngelo, Jordan Martinook and Vrbata also contributed helpers.

 

 

BOSTON

Torey Krug: 19 points (4 goals) in 225:26 of power play time this season

Patrice Bergeron: 15 points (7 goals) in 197:05

David Krejci: 12 points (6 goals) in 184:03

Brad Marchand: 18 points (7 goals) in 183:09

Ryan Spooner: 14 points (3 goals) in 175:07

David Pastrnak: 19 points (8 goals) in 160:48

 

The Bruins went 2/6 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 42/208 or 20.2%. Beantown is now 5/23 over the last trio of weeks on the man-advantage, and sport just five contributors to the ledger. Pastrnak continues to lead the way with two goals and five points, while Bergeron matches him with three assists. Krug boasts a goal and three points, as Spooner has also notched both a goal and an assist. Marchand tallied Boston's other goal.

 

 

BUFFALO

Rasmus Ristolainen: 24 points (a goal) in 238:58 of power play time this season

Sam Reinhart: 17 points (9 goals) in 212:18

Kyle Okposo: 22 points (7 goals) in 204:35

Ryan O'Reilly: 21 points (7 goals) in 187:26

Jack Eichel: 20 points (8 goals) in 159:09

Matt Moulson: 16 points (10 goals) in 157:24

 

The Sabres went 4/10 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 50/211 or 23.7%. Mark it now 8/24 over the last pair of weeks on the man-advantage for Nickel City. Who else but Eichel led the way with two goals and six points with 13 shots. Evander Kane and O'Reilly matched him in goals, though only the talented pivot added an assist. Both Brian Gionta and Moulson also contributed a goal plus an assist. Ristolainen led in the helper department with three, as Okposo added a pair. Zach Bogosian and Reinhart followed up with an assist of their own as well.

 

 

CALGARY

Sean Monahan: 13 points (6 goals) in 210:37 of power play time this season

Johnny Gaudreau: 12 points (2 goals) in 191:44

T.J. Brodie: 9 points (a goal) in 186:16

Mark Giordano: 12 points (3 goals) in 183:22

Troy Brouwer: 9 points (3 goals) in 159:24

Dougie Hamilton: 14 points (2 goals) in 155:05

 

The Flames went 2/6 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 43/215 or 20%. Stampede City is now 4/20 over the last trio of weeks with the man-advantage. Each of Kris Versteeg, Mikael Backlund, Michael Frolik and Hamilton lit the lamp. Backlund added an assist, as both of Frolik and Hamilton added two assists. Matthew Tkachuk, Brodie and Monahan also notched a helper each.

 

 

CAROLINA

Justin Faulk: 10 points (3 goals) in 159:03 of power play time this season

Jeff Skinner: 14 points (6 goals) in 146:07

Victor Rask: 9 points (4 goals) in 143:41

Sebastian Aho: 11 points (5 goals) in 139:09

Teuvo Teravainen: 12 points (4 goals) in 137:56

Noah Hanifin: 9 points (2 goals) in 136:39

 

The Hurricanes went 3/8 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 33/186 or 17.7%. Oak City tallied as many man-advantage markers this past week as the previous two, making them 6/24 over that span. Let's zip through the recent bout of success. The tandem of Aho and Teuvo (Teravainen) shared the three tallies, with Aho taking the extra. Jordan Staal and Faulk also picked up a pair of helpers as Elias Lindholm chipped in with one more.

 

 

CHICAGO

Patrick Kane: 19 points (6 goals) in 232:04 of power play time this season

Duncan Keith: 15 points (2 goals) in 216:37

Artemi Panarin: 15 points (7 goals) in 210:25

Brent Seabrook: 13 points (2 goals) in 183:27

Jonathan Toews: 14 points (4 goals) in 153:11

Artem Anisimov: 8 points (4 goals) in 150:34

 

The Blackhawks went 0/7 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 36/192 or 18.8%. Rare is the time where there's little to speak about when it comes to Chicago, lo and behold, here we are. It would still seem inadvisable for teams to take penalties when facing the Blackhawks.

 

 

COLORADO

Nathan MacKinnon: 11 points (2 goals) in 189:21 of power play time this season

Tyson Barrie: 8 points in 185:40

Mikko Rantanen: 10 points (4 goals) in 173:15

Matt Duchene: 9 points (3 goals) in 161:56

Jarome Iginla: 8 points (4 goals) in 138:15

Gabriel Landeskog: 6 points (5 goals) in 138:05

 

The Avalanche went 2/9 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 27/200 or 13.5%. Finally! The Mile High City got on the board with the man-advantage after going 0/16 over the previous pair of weeks. Sven Andrighetto and Landeskog lit the lamp, as each of Joe Colborne, Mark Barberio, Carl Soderberg andBarrie added helpers.

 

 

COLUMBUS

Zach Werenski: 21 points (4 goals) in 192:25 of power play time this season

Alexander Wennberg: 22 points (2 goals) in 184:46

Nick Foligno: 20 points (11 goals) in 183:24

Cam Atkinson: 21 points (10 goals) in 179:26

Sam Gagner: 18 points (8 goals) in 171:37

Brandon Saad: 2 points (a goal) in 106:30

 

The Blue Jackets went 2/8 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 40/185 or 21.6%. Columbus is now 3/19 on the man-advantage over the last pair of weeks, which at least a step in the right directly. Gagner and Foligno lit the lamp, as the former put home the extra tally. Jack Johnson, Seth Jones, Atkinson and Wennberg added assists as Werenski posted two helpers.

 

 

DALLAS

Tyler Seguin: 26 points (9 goals) in 231:57 of power play time this season

John Klingberg: 14 points (4 goals) in 226:48

Jamie Benn: 24 points (11 goals) in 216:17

Patrick Eaves: 16 points (11 goals) in 187:21

Jason Spezza: 18 points (2 goals) in 160:40

Devin Shore: 5 points (a goal) in 134:21

 

The Stars went 1/8 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 42/232 or 18.1%. Dallas' slide continues as they've now gone 3/21 over the last trio of weeks. Each of Jiri Hudler, Klingberg, Benn and Spezza lit the lamp. Spezza also chipped in with two assists, and Benn with one himself. Seguin also contributed two helpers, as Alex Hemsky, Esa Lindell and Shore added one each as well.

 

 

DETROIT

Henrik Zetterberg: 10 points (2 goals) in 203:05 of power play time this season

Gustav Nyquist: 5 points (a goal) in 174:43

Mike Green: 7 points (2 goals) in 172:36

Tomas Tatar: 2 points (a goal) in 165:23

Frans Nielsen: 12 points (4 goals) in 162:11

Thomas Vanek: 11 points (5 goals) in 136:08

 

The Red Wings went 1/12 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 27/213 or 12.7%. The struggle continues in MoTown. Nielsen finished off a feed from Justin Abdelkader and Nyquist in Sunday's match with the Rangers, and that's it.

 

 

EDMONTON:

Connor McDavid: 20 points (3 goals) in 196:45 of power play this season

Leon Draisaitl: 21 points (10 goals) in 186:05

Milan Lucic: 18 points (6 goals) in 179:22

Oscar Klefbom: 9 points (2 goals) in 156:34

Jordan Eberle: 11 points (3 goals) in 153:57

Andrej Sekera: 8 points (a goal) in 147:36

 

The Oilers went 1/7 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 41/195 or 21%. Edmonton has now gone 2/11 on the man-advantage over the past pair of weeks. The Captain led the way with both a goal and an assist, as Mark Letestu also lit the lamp. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Lucic and Draisaitl also contributed helpers.

 

 

FLORIDA

Keith Yandle: 14 points (2 goals) in 213:10 of power play time this season

Vincent Trocheck: 11 points (2 goals) in 191:52

Jaromir Jagr: 10 points (6 goals) in 191:35

Aaron Ekblad: 8 points (4 goals) in 186:58

Jonathan Marchessault: 16 points (7 goals) in 164:46

Reilly Smith: 10 points (6 goals) in 164:41

 

The Panthers went 2/10 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 37/221 or 16.7%. Florida's man-advantage has really caught fire, going 8/28 over the last trio of weeks. Aleksander Barkov and Marchessault led the way with four points each, Barkov scored once and Marchessault three times to lead the team. Jonathan Huberdeau, Nick Bjugstad, Jagr and Ekblad also lit the lamp once each. Huberdeau added a pair of helpers, Ekblad just one. Jussi Jokinen and Yandle matched Barkov's trio, as Trocheck added one himself.

 

 

LOS ANGELES

Drew Doughty: 16 points (3 goals) in 219:46 of power play time this season

Jeff Carter: 20 points (10 goals) in 193:31

Anze Kopitar: 14 points (4 goals) in 182:52

Tanner Pearson: 6 points (3 goals) in 161:41

Jake Muzzin: 9 points (4 goals) in 160:50

Alec Martinez: 11 points (a goal) in 146:44

 

The Kings went 5/9 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 38/195 or 19.5%. The City of Angels is heating up at the right time, having now gone 9/21 over the last pair of weeks with the man-advantage. The Captain and MVP-dark horse Carter led the way with four points each. Kopitar led the way with three goals as Jarome Iginla tallied twice, Marian Gaborik, Trevor Lewis, Pearson and Carter each scored once. Doughty picked up a trio of assists, as each of Paul LaDude, Muzzin and Martinez notched a pair. Gaborik, Nic Dowd and Adrian Kempe also added in a helper each.

 

MINNESOTA

Ryan Suter: 10 points (4 goals) in 186:00 of power play time this season

Eric Staal: 12 points (2 goals) in 161:08

Charlie Coyle: 7 points (4 goals) in 151:15

Mikko Koivu: 16 points (2 goals) in 148:08

Mikael Granlund: 18 points (6 goals) in 145:19

Jared Spurgeon: 5 points (a goal) in 145:05

 

The Wild went 0/9 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 39/185 or 21.1%. The Great State of Hockey had it rough any which way you slice it, fortunately it's not quite playoff time yet so this dip shouldn't have lasting damaging effects.

 

 

MONTREAL

Shea Weber: 21 points (11 goals) in 228:50 of power play time this season

Max Pacioretty: 13 points (8 goals) in 191:18

Alexander Radulov: 16 points (6 goals) in 184:37

Andrei Markov: 10 points in 132:44

Jeff Petry: 7 points (2 goals) in 123:17

Brendan Gallagher: 2 points (a goal) in 120:38

 

The Canadiens went 0/7 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 41/202 or 20.3%. Another poor week on the man-advantage for Montreal. They fired just seven shots on net, with Gallagher leading the way at two.

 

 

NASHVILLE:

Ryan Johansen: 20 points (3 goals) in 198:02 of power play time this season

Roman Josi: 15 points (6 goals) in 182:03

Filip Forsberg: 8 points (3 goals) in 178:34

James Neal: 9 points (2 goals) in 162:01

Mike Fisher: 17 points (7 goals) in 155:08

P.K. Subban: 14 points (3 goals) in 133:25

 

The Predators went 1/9 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 44/216 or 20.4%. Ryan Ellis scored the only marker as Subban and Fisher added assists. Music City posted just 11 shots on net, with Forsberg leading the way with five.

 

NEW JERSEY

Kyle Palmieri: 18 points (7 goals) in 172:02 of power play time this season

Travis Zajac: 11 points (6 goals) in 169:44

Adam Henrique: 8 points (4 goals) in 166:49

Taylor Hall: 13 points (6 goals) in 157:32

Damon Severson: 12 points in 150:37

P.A. Parenteau: 8 points (4 goals) in 143:22

 

The Devils went 1/4 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 37/207 or 17.9%. Garden State-native Palmieri lit the lamp assisted by Hall and Joseph Blandisi. Palmieri and Hall led the way with three shots, as both Severson and Beau Bennett added one more.

 

 

NEW YORK ISLANDERS

John Tavares: 16 points (7 goals) in 211:19 of power play time this season

Nick Leddy: 13 points (3 goals) in 204:53

Josh Bailey: 10 points (3 goals) in 188:55

Ryan Strome: 8 points (2 goals) in 173:05

Anders Lee: 11 points (7 goals) in 155:23

Andrew Ladd: 3 points (a goal) in 126:21

 

The Islanders went 2/8 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 30/190 or 15.8%. Finally, a good week on the man-advantage for Brooklyn. Joshua Ho-Sang and Leddy lit the lamp, as each of Shane Prince, Thomas Hickey, Ladd and Tavares added helpers.

 

 

NEW YORK RANGERS

Ryan McDonagh: 13 points (a goal) in 218:58 of power play time this season

Mats Zuccarello: 9 points (3 goals) in 193:28

Derek Stepan: 14 points (2 goals) in 180:36

Chris Kreider: 12 points (6 goals) in 168:00

Brandon Pirri: 9 points (5 goals) in 151:03

Rick Nash: 8 points (5 goals) in 118:09

 

The Rangers went 4/15 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 38/203 or 18.7%. Stepan ended his 21-game goal drought with a power play tally on Sunday, as he shared the lead with Kreider who both scored and added two assists. Mika Zibanejad tallied the other two markers, as both of McDonagh and Zuccarello added assists.

 

 

OTTAWA

Erik Karlsson: 22 points (2 goals) in 247:02 of power play time this season

Mark Stone: 14 points (6 goals) in 194:43

Mike Hoffman: 21 points (12 goals) in 188:34

Kyle Turris: 12 points (4 goals) in 182:36

Dion Phaneuf: 16 (4 goals) in 180:33

Derick Brassard: 6 points (2 goals) in 173:47

 

The Senators went 4/12 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 37/209 or 17.7%. Canada's capitol city put forth another quality week as each of Viktor Stalberg, Alex Burrows, Chris Wideman and Hoffman each lit the lamp once. Hoffman, along with Phaneuf and Karlsson chimed in with a pair of assists as well. While Stalberg and Cody Ceci added on a helper each as well.

 

 

PHILADELPHIA

Claude Giroux: 27 points (5 goals) in 255:06 of power play time this season

Wayne Simmonds: 22 points (14 goals) in 254:08

Jakub Voracek: 20 points (4 goals) in 247:01

Brayden Schenn: 25 points(14 goals) in 244:11

Shayne Gostisbehere: 19 points (2 goals) in 136:23

Mark Streit: 8 points (a goal) in 123:58

 

The Flyers went 1/8 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 47/229 or 20.5%. The City of Brotherly Love's man-advantage has been cooling off along with the rest of their offense. Simmonds lit the lamp as GhostBear and Giroux tallied assists on it.

 

 

PITTSBURGH

Phil Kessel: 27 points (8 goals) in 242:59 of power play time this season

Sidney Crosby: 21 points (11 goals) in 220:43

Evgeni Malkin: 22 points (10 goals) in 219:43

Patric Hornqvist: 14 points (9 goals) in 179:09

Justin Schultz: 17 points (3 goals) in 165:33

Kris Letang: 14 points (2 goals) in 150:41

 

The Penguins went 3/10 of power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 50/221 or 22.6%. Mark it now two weeks in a row that Steel City lit the lamp three times on the man-advantage. Schultz led the way with four points, matched in goals at two by both Malkin and Nick Bonino. Mark Streit led the way with three assists as Crosby notched two and each of Malkin, Kessel, Hornqvist, Chad Ruhwedel and Conor Sheary also chimed in with an assist.

 

 

SAN JOSE

Brent Burns: 21 points (7 goals) in 251:22 of power play time this season

Joe Pavelski: 20 points (6 goals) in 235:03

Joe Thornton: 15 points in 234:51

Patrick Marleau: 13 points (6 goals) in 211:25

Logan Couture: 13 points (10 goals) in 127:54

Marc-Edouard Vlasic: 6 points (a goal) in 127:54

 

The Sharks went 2/17 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 35/212 or 16.5%. Yikes, this is some funk San Jose is in with the man-advantage. Couture notched both goals, as Burns tallied two helpers. Pavelski and Marleau chipped in with an assist each as well. Couture also led the way with six shots, Burns and Marleau followed up with three as the Sharks piled on 21 shots over those 17 opportunities.

 

 

St. LOUIS

Vladimir Tarasenko: 20 points (8 goals) in 194:33 of power play time this season

Kevin Shattenkirk: 20 points (7 goals) in 190:09

Alex Steen: 14 points (2 goals) in 172:05

Paul Stastny: 12 points (5 goals) in 158:49

Jaden Schwartz: 8 points (3 goals) in 155:56

Alex Pietrangelo: 13 points (4 goals) in 148:06

 

The Blues went 1/4 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 43/193 or 22.3%. The Tarasenkshow continued as he lit the lamp, assisted by Steen and Jaden Schwartz. Their power play has certainly slowed down, but there's still enough fire power to get the job done.

 

 

TAMPA BAY

Nikita Kucherov: 25 points (14 goals) in 201:08 of power play time this season

Victor Hedman: 27 points (4 goals) in 196:12

Tyler Johnson: 17 points (6 goals) in 185:31

Jonathan Drouin: 20 points (7 goals) in 179:49

Alex Killorn: 9 points (3 goals) in 176:35

Ondrej Palat:11 points (3 goals) in 163:00

 

The Lightning went 2/13 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 52/233 or 22.3%. Mark it now 8/29 on the man-advantage for Tampa Bay over the last trio of weeks. Kucherov has scored seven of those eight goals, with Hedman tallying the other. The franchise defender meanwhile boasts six helpers in that span. Kucherov and Hedman lead the way with eight and seven points total, respectively. Drouin follows up with five points himself, all assists. Palat contributed two as both Johnson and Valtteri Filppula chipped in one helper each as well.

 

 

TORONTO

Jake Gardiner: 10 points (2 goals) in 167:39 of power play time this season

Auston Matthews: 17 points (5 goals) in 164:50

James van Riemsdyk: 16 points (5 goals) in 161:56

William Nylander: 21 points (9 goals) in 155:18

Tyler Bozak: 15 points (5 goals) in 154:10

Mitch Marner: 18 points (3 goals) in 148:10

 

The Maple Leafs went 3/8 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 47/200 or 23.5%. Perhaps what's most remarkable about the Leafs' man-advantage is that Nazem Kadri continues to lead the way with 11 goals, as only Nylander has as many as nine. They've gone 5/16 over the past pair of weeks as well. Matthews, Marner, Nylander, JVR, and the aforementioned Kadri each lit the lamp once. Bozak led with three helpers, as Marner chipped in a deuce. Nylander, Gardiner, Morgan Rielly, Josh Leivo and Connor Brown also chipped in with an assist each.

 

 

VANCOUVER

Henrik Sedin: 12 points (a goal) in 213:29 of power play time this season

Daniel Sedin: 12 points (5 goals) in 208:40

Brandon Sutter: 7 points (4 goals) in 184:15

Troy Stecher: 6 points (a goal) in 169:30

Loui Eriksson: 7 points (5 goals) in 160:45

Bo Horvat: 8 points (3 goals) in 133:06

 

The Canucks went 0/5 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 27/196 or 13.8%. Van City has just one PPG over the last three weeks through 17 opportunities. It would seem they're likely to merely limp into the season's finish line.

 

 

WASHINGTON

Alex Ovechkin: 19 points (12 goals) in 261:26 of power play time this season

Nicklas Backstrom: 26 points (6 goals) in 209:50

Marcus Johansson: 12 points (4 goals) in 194:49

John Carlson: 14 points (2 goals) in 176:20

T.J. Oshie: 9 points (6 goals) in 160:39

Justin Williams: 9 points (4 goals) in 147:16

 

The Capitals went 2/17 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 44/207 or 21.3%. If it weren't the Capitals, going 2/17 would be very worrisome. But it is the Capitals, and I'd say this is but a blip. Jakub Vrana and Carlson lit the lamp, as Williams led the with two points. Kevin Shattenkirk and Backstrom also chipped in with a helper.

 

 

WINNIPEG

Dustin Byfuglien: 13 points (a goal) in 229:32 of power play time this season

Mark Scheifele: 12 points (7 goals) in 205:19

Blake Wheeler: 15 points (4 goals) in 203:29

Nikolaj Ehlers: 11 points (5 goals) in 187:16

Patrik Laine: 13 points (8 goals) in 173:05

Mathieu Perreault: 8 points (a goal) in 134:10

 

The Jets went 1/12 on the power play during the 22nd week of action, bringing their season's sum to 38/244 or 17%. The Peg now sits just 4/29 on the man-advantage over the last three weeks, which is not quite going to get it down the stretch. The Captain scored twice as Bryan Little and Scheifele added the other tallies. Big Buff led with a trio of assists as each of, Little, Perreault, Laine, Ehlers and Adam Lowry chimed in with one helper as well.