Sep 18, 2013; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks defenseman Peter Andersson (80) reaches across Edmonton Oilers right wing Jordan Eberle (14) during the second period at Rogers Arena. Mandatory Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports

NHL Preseason Scores: Wednesday, September 18


Alright so here are last night’s results from around the leauge!

Columbus Blue Jackets- 5 Carolina Hurricanes- 4

Canes goals scored by: Alexander Semin (2), Jeremy Welsh, and Eric Staal

CBJ goals scord by: Boone Jenner, Marian Gaborik (2), Ryan Johansen, and Sean Collins

St. Louis Blues- 3 Tampa Bay Lightning- 4 (SO)

Blues goals scored by: Dmitij Jaskin (2), and Jaden Schwartz

TBL goals scored by: Adam Erne (2), and Tom Pyatt

Florida Panthers-2 Dallas Stars-3 (SO)

Stars goals scored by: Cody Eakin and Jamie Benn

Panthers goals scored by: Drew Shore and Scottie Upshall

Colorado Avalanche-1 Anaheim Ducks-2

Aves goal scored by: Paul Stasny

Ducks goals scored by: Devante Smith-Pelly and Hampus Lindholm

Edmonton Oilers- 4 Vancouver Canucks-1

Oilers goals scored by: Jordan Eberle, Martin Marincin, David Perron, and Jesse Joensuu

Canucks goal scored by: Brendan Gaunce

In tonight’s NHL preseason action the Detroit Red Wings take on the Boston Bruins, the Hurricanes will battle the Buffalo Sabres, the New York Islanders will face the New Jersey Devils, the Toronto Maple Leafs are up against the Ottawa Senators, the Lightning will have the Nashville Predators to deal with, the Pittsburgh Penguins are up against the reigning champions the Chicago Blackhawks, and the Minnesota Wild will face the Winnipeg Jets. Post your predictions for tomorrow night’s games in the comment box and come back to Too Many Men tomorrow to see if you were right!

Tags: Anaheim Ducks Carolina Hurricanes Colorado Avalanche Columbus Blue Jackets Dallas Stars Edmonton Oilers Featured Florida Panthers NHL Preseason Nhl Training Camp Popular St.Louis Blues Tampa Bay Lightning Vancouver Canucks