NHL Daily: Kevin Shattenkirk, Ryan McDonagh, Buffalo Sabres

NHL Daily: St.Louis Blues Trade Piece Kevin Shattenkirk Isn’t Cooperating With His Organization, NY Ranger Ryan McDonagh is Heading Towards Greatness, the Buffalo Sabres Aren’t Returning From Their Bye Week With Their Playoff Spot and More! (Morning NHL Headlines)

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There were four games on the NHL schedule for Friday night. The Capitals topped the Oilers 2-1, Hurricanes shut out the Senators, the Flames topped the Panthers 4-2 and the Stars topped the Coyotes 5-2.

The Highlight of the Night:

NHL Daily: Morning NHL Headlines

Kevin Shattenkirk Isn’t Cooperating on the Trade front

Kevin Shattenkirk has been a long-rumored trade piece for the St.Louis Blues but recent reports have shown that Shattenkirk isn’t cooperating much. [“>Bleedin” Blue]

NY Isles Road to the Playoffs

The New York Islanders have had their fair share of struggles early this season but have recently turned it around and are chasing the playoffs with strength and solid play. [Eyes on Isles]

Boston Bruins Trade Targets

The trade deadline is coming quickly and the Boston Bruins still have some trade targets in mind that they might try and execute before the final hour. [Causeway Crowd]

Ryan McDonagh is Heading Towards Greatness

Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh is heading towards his full potential, especially being the team’s primary and top d-man on the roster. When all defense falls, McDonagh stays strong. [Blue Line Station]

Wild Might Move Marco Scandella

The trade deadline is coming and there is still time for the Wild to pull off a big move which might involve d-man Marco Scandella. [Gone Puck Wild]

Sabres to Return From Bye Week Without Playoff Spot

The Sabres were able to hold down their playoff spot for some of their bye week but now, with just a few days left, the Sabres have narrowly lost their spot, but don’t count them out yet. [Sabre Noise]

Stadium Series Matchup in Pittsburgh

The Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers will face off in an outdoor matchup tonight at Heinz Field.

Tune in to watch the game at 8:00 p.m. ET.

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