Ducks center Henrique living California dream – NHL.com

The West Coast seems to suit Adam Henrique just fine.

Henrique, traded by the New Jersey Devils to the Anaheim Ducks last week, scored two goals in his first home game at Honda Center, a 3-0 win against the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday.

His goal at 3:47 of the second period was his first game-winning goal this season. Since being traded to Anaheim on Nov. 30, the 27-year-old center has a four-game point streak (two goals, three assists).

It was also a big game for Ducks goalie Ryan Miller, who made 29 saves for his first shutout of the season and 40th of his NHL career. He moved into a second-place tie with Frank Brimsek and John Vanbiesbrouck for NHL shutouts by United States-born goalies. Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings is the leader with 46.

Predators move up to No. 2

The Tampa Bay Lightning earned the top spot in the Super 16 power rankings again, but the Nashville Predators were hot on their heels thanks to an 8-1-1 stretch.

Stamkos, McDavid, Subban, Ovechkin lead All-Star Fan vote

Steven Stamkos (Atlantic), Alex Ovechkin (Metropolitan), P.K. Subban (Central) and Connor McDavid (Pacific) were the leading vote-getters in their divisions in the first reveal of voting for 2018 NHL All-Star Fan Vote. Voting runs through Jan. 1.

Sharks unveil incredible shirtless Thornton bobblehead

Fans who purchase special tickets to the San Jose Sharks’ game against the New Jersey Devils on March 20 will receive an incredible bobblehead of shirtless Joe Thornton.

Top line leads Capitals past Blackhawks

Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson each scored in the first period, and Wilson and Ovechkin each had four points in the Washington Capitals’ 6-2 victory against the Chicago Blackhawks.

Fleury returns to practice for Golden Knights

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