Riley Barber

Riley Barber

Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 0"/190 lbs
Born: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Draft: 2012 6th round (167th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • The Canadian Press

    Kane and the Blackhawks visit the Red Wings

    Chicago Blackhawks (20-18-5, fifth in the Central Division) vs. Detroit Red Wings (15-23-6, eighth in the Central Division) Detroit; Thursday, 7:30 p.m. EDT BOTTOM LINE: Patrick Kane leads Chicago into a matchup against Detroit. He currently ranks third in the NHL with 54 points, scoring 14 goals and recording 40 assists. The Red Wings are 15-23-6 against division opponents. Detroit scores 2.2 goals per game, the fewest in the league. Adam Erne leads them with 11 total goals. The Blackhawks are 20-18-5 against the rest of their division. Chicago has converted on 24.6% of power-play opportunities, recording 33 power-play goals. In their last meeting on Feb. 28, Chicago won 7-2. Alex DeBrincat recorded a team-high 4 points for the Blackhawks. TOP PERFORMERS: Luke Glendening leads the Red Wings with a plus-four in 42 games this season. Erne has six goals and two assists over the last 10 games for Detroit. Kane leads the Blackhawks with 40 total assists and has 54 points. DeBrincat has five goals over the last 10 games for Chicago. LAST 10 GAMES: Red Wings: 5-3-2, averaging 2.6 goals, 4.3 assists, 3.7 penalties and 8.3 penalty minutes while giving up 2.6 goals per game with a .913 save percentage. Blackhawks: 5-5-0, averaging 2.4 goals, 3.9 assists, 1.8 penalties and 3.9 penalty minutes while allowing 2.7 goals per game with a .913 save percentage. INJURIES: Red Wings: Robby Fabbri: day to day (upper body). Blackhawks: None listed. ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar. The Associated Press

  • The Canes made few trades before deadline — then skidded against last-place Detroit
    Raleigh News and Observer

    The Canes made few trades before deadline — then skidded against last-place Detroit

    As well as they played in beating the Florida Panthers, Carolina was just as bad against the Red Wings.

  • The Canadian Press

    Red Wings upend Hurricanes with 3-1 victory

    RALEIGH, N.C. — Adam Erne and Filip Zadina scored two quick third-period goals while Jonathan Bernier finished with 37 saves to help the Detroit Red Wings beat the Carolina Hurricanes 3-1 on Monday night. Sam Gagner added a clinching empty-net score late for the Red Wings, who continue to frustrate the Hurricanes. Carolina came in tied for the Central Division lead yet have lost four of seven against the division's last-place team. Detroit also spoiled a milestone night for Carolina captain Jordan Staal, who was honoured before the puck dropped for playing his 1,000th regular-season NHL game. Erne scored the game's first goal by scoring off a behind-the-net feed from Michael Rasmussen less than a minute into the third. That was the start of a game-turning sequence that saw the Hurricanes take two quick penalties to give the Red Wings a chance to strike again. The Hurricanes unsuccessfully challenged the goal seeking a missed offside call on Erne. That led to an delay of game penalty, followed by another when Brady Skjei's clear attempt sailed over the glass — potentially glancing off the stick of Detroit's Evgeny Svechnikov — to give Detroit a two-man advantage. The Hurricanes survived the 5-on-3, but Rasmussen slipped the puck to Zadina on the right side to beat James Reimer for the 2-0 lead at 2:34 of the third. That lead held up, with Nino Niederreiter getting Carolina on the board to make it 2-1 at 13:54 of the third. But the Hurricanes couldn't beat Bernier again, then Gagner finished it off with his empty-net score in the final minute to seal it. Reimer finished with 27 saves for the Hurricanes. STAAL HONORED In a bit of perfect timing, Jordan Staal's brother, Marc, was on the opposite bench for his milestone night that began with a pregame ceremony. The Hurricanes took the ice all wearing Staal’s No. 11 jersey before the ceremony that included taped video messages from former teammates such as Sidney Crosby, Cam Ward, Justin Williams and brothers Jared, Eric and Marc Staal. DEADLINE DAY The NHL's trade deadline passed a few hours before the puck dropped in this one, with both teams completing deals Monday. The Hurricanes traded defenceman Haydn Fleury to the Anaheim Ducks for defenceman Jani Hakanpaa and a sixth-round draft pick in 2022. That gave Carolina a physical boost to the blue line with the 6-foot-5, 218-pound Hakanpaa. As for the Red Wings, they dealt forward Anthony Mantha to Washington for wingers Richard Panik and Jakub Vrana as well a first-round draft pick this year and a second-rounder next year. Detroit has completed four trades since Friday. UP NEXT Detroit: The Red Wings return home Thursday for the first of two straight games against Chicago. Carolina: The Hurricanes open a two-game home set with Nashville on Thursday, followed by the second game Saturday to close an eight-game homestead. ___ Follow Aaron Beard on Twitter at https://twitter.com/aaronbeardap ___ More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/hub/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Aaron Beard, The Associated Press