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Posted 22 February 2016 - 04:28 PM

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Kesler, Ducks cruise to victory against

 

Flames Anaheim wins fifth straight behind center's three-point game

 

by Abbey Mastracco / NHL.com Correspondent

12:35 PM
 
 
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Kesler scores his second of game CGY@ANA: Kesler forces turnover and scores

2/21/16: Ryan Kesler's forecheck forces a turnover that leads to his second goal of the game, putting the Ducks up, 4-1, in the 3rd

 

ANAHEIM -- Ryan Kesler had two goals and an assist to help the Anaheim Ducks to their fifth straight victory, a 5-2 win against the Calgary Flames at Honda Center on Sunday.

Patrick Maroon, Ryan Getzlaf and Kevin Bieksa scored for the Ducks (31-19-8), Hampus Lindholm had two assists, and goalie John Gibson made 22 saves.

Kesler put the Ducks up 2-0 when he beat Flames goalie Jonas Hiller at 6:54 of the second period after taking a pass from behind the net from Andrew Cogliano.

Kesler scored an unassisted goal at 4:56 of the third period to give Anaheim a 4-1 lead. He stole the puck from forward Micheal Ferland in the Calgary zone and shot high over Hiller for his 11th goal.

 

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Kesler's goal doubles the lead CGY@ANA: Kesler wrists one past Hiller for 2-0 lead

It was Kesler's third multigoal game in his past 19 and his first three-point performance of the season. He has two goals and five assists during a five-game point streak.

Coach Bruce Boudreau said Kesler's play has been at the same high level all season.

"He's been a beast for a long time," Boudreau said. "Just because he doesn't score, some people don't think he's playing as good as he has in the past. But I think he's been phenomenal. He's checking the other team's top line all of the time, whether home or on the road, and he's done a great job with it."

Kesler said his line, with Cogliano and Jakob Silfverberg, is finally getting results on the offensive end to go with its defensive dirty work against opponents' top lines.

"It's obviously a tough job for my line shutting down those guys," Kesler said. "We got rewarded tonight.

 

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Bieksa's one-timer extends lead CGY@ANA: Bieksa adds to lead on the power play

 

The Flames (26-29-3), who got goals from Mark Giordano and Mikael Backlund, have lost 22 straight regular-season games in Anaheim. Their last win was Jan 19, 2004.

A little less than two minutes after Kesler's first goal, Giordano scored on the power play to cut the Ducks lead to 2-1.

Getzlaf scored 16 seconds into the third period to put Anaheim up 3-1. David Perron stole the puck from Calgary defenseman Dougie Hamilton in the corner and sent a feed to Getzlaf, who scored his eighth goal with a one-timer from the low slot.

"The big goal was the third goal on the first shift of the third period," Boudreau said. "I thought it was going to be a nip-and-tuck game, and then we scored that and it seemed to deflate them a little bit."

Flames coach Bob Hartley agreed with Boudreau.

 

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Giordano scores PPG CGY@ANA: Giordano's PPG cuts the deficit to one

 

"That first shift gave them a lot of momentum," Hartley said. "We felt we ended the second period strong and the boys were very positive in the locker room between the second and third periods. They got back to their game and they have been playing so well that we knew it was going to be tough."

Giordano was disappointed with Calgary's effort in the third period. The Flames captain said he expected them to make a bigger push after the way they had played in the first and second.

"We should have gave it to them in the third," Giordano said. "Tonight, I thought we were there, we were right there with them. But in the third period, we gave them goals that we don't usually give up, and that was the end of it."

Maroon opened the scoring at 15:36 of the first period to extend the Ducks' streak to five straight games with a power-play goal. With Giordano off for a delay of game penalty, Maroon took a pass from Lindholm at the edge of the right circle and slipped a wrist shot past Hiller to the short side from close range.

Bieksa one-timed Lindholm's pass by Hiller from the top of the left faceoff circle for a power-play goal with 5:07 left to give the Ducks a 5-1 lead. After he had two goals in the first 56 games, Bieksa scored one in each of the past two.

 

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Maroon cashes in on second chance CGY@ANA: Maroon opens the scoring on PPG

 

Backlund caught Gibson out of his net to make it 5-2 with 45 seconds remaining.

Hiller, who played seven seasons with the Ducks, made 28 saves.

Cogliano played his 680th consecutive game, passing the Vancouver Canucks' Henrik Sedin for the sixth-longest streak in NHL history.

Anaheim continues a five-game homestand against the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday. Calgary will play at the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday.


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Posted 22 February 2016 - 04:32 PM

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Klein, Rangers edge Red Wings

 

New York defenseman scores game-winner in overtime

 

by Jon Lane @JonLaneNHL / NHL.com Staff Writer

1:00 PM
 
 
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Klein's game-winner in overtime DET@NYR: Hayes feeds Klein for game-winner in OT

2/21/16: Kevin Hayes races down the ice on a 2-on-1, then sets up Kevin Klein for the game-winning wrist shot in overtime

 

NEW YORK -- Kevin Klein scored at 1:59 of overtime to give the New York Rangers a 1-0 win against the Detroit Red Wings at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.

Goalie Henrik Lundqvist made 22 saves for his fourth shutout. The Rangers (34-19-6) have won seven of their past nine games (7-1-1) and 10 of their past 14 (10-3-1).

The winning sequence began after Lundqvist stopped Red Wings forward Gustav Nyquist in close. The puck got behind Lundqvist and rested in the crease before Rangers forward Chris Kreider swept it out of harm's way. Kevin Hayes took it the other way on a 2-on-1 and sailed the puck to Klein for a shot that beat Detroit goalie Jimmy Howard top shelf.

"[Hayes], I mean, he put a perfect pass in there for me," Klein said. "It was nice to see that. He kind of looked at me, I kind of knew it was coming and I managed to place it well."

Howard made 29 saves for Detroit (29-20-11), which went 0-3-1 on its four-game road trip. The Red Wings have lost six in a row away from Joe Louis Arena, their longest such skid since March 2012.

 

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Lundqvist stuffs three attempts DET@NYR: Lundqvist keeps Red Wings off the board

"Definitely both goaltenders brought their 'A' game to the table," Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. "I feel we did what he had to do here. We came out strong and we had some real good looks initially. Their goaltender made some big saves for them. After that, it was a battle.

"It was a 1-0 game, but it had some huge looks. It could have been different."

Lundqvist and Howard each put on a show. Lundqvist was tremendous during a flurry early in the second period. After Teemu Pulkkinen's outlet pass to Brendan Smith began an odd-man rush, Smith found Andreas Athanasiou, who with a burst of speed took the first shot at 6:33. Lundqvist then made two more saves, one on Smith at 6:38 and the other on Pulkkinen at 6:43.

Rangers forward Jesper Fast was awarded a penalty shot with 5:25 left after he was taken down by Red Wings defenseman Mike Green, but Howard turned him away with a pad save. Howard also delivered when he robbed Fast at the left post off a Derick Brassard pass at 16:16 of the third but was eventually handed a tough-luck loss. The Red Wings goalie hasn't won since Dec. 3, a stretch of 11 appearances.

"It's not satisfying because we didn't get the win," Howard said. "It doesn't matter, you still want to get the two points, but it was a fun game to be a part of."

 

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Howard stops penalty shot DET@NYR: Howard knocks away Fast's penalty shot

Hayes appeared to give the Rangers a 1-0 lead at 5:54 of the third, but the goal was negated by Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill's successful challenge for goalie interference. A misplay from Howard behind his net led to Hayes banking a shot from the right corner off Howard's skate. But replays showed Oscar Lindberg's skate clipping Howard's mask prior to the puck crossing the goal line.

"At the end of the day, this is about finding ways to win games, to stay focused, and that's what we are trying to do," Vigneault said. "It's all about getting the two points. There's a lot of things going on. It's not easy for both sides, so you do what you have to do."

The Rangers penalty k*ll, which entered the game 28th in the NHL (77.5 percent), was 4-for-4, allowing one shot on goal. New York's k*ll is 9-for-9 in its past two games.

"I think we work great as a unit," Klein said. "We've got our trigger points; when one guy goes, we can see the read off it. And the bobbling pucks, we are getting to those and putting sticks on them. You look at what the forwards do up front when they're blocking those one-timers for us. It's the key to our success."

The Rangers lead the New York Islanders by five points for second place in the Metropolitan Division. They also continue to roll at home, where they're 22-6-3, and have persevered without defenseman Ryan McDonagh, who missed the game and is day-to-day with a jaw contusion and neck spasm sustained when he was elbowed in the head by Toronto Maple Leafs forward Leo Komarov in the second period of a 3-2 win Thursday.

 

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Howard saves Brassard's shot DET@NYR: Howard deflects shot from the doorstep

Despite everything seemingly going against them, the Rangers found a way to head into a three-game road trip starting Tuesday at the New Jersey Devils with a victory.

"Going into the third, I think the key is patience and trust that you will get to where you want to be," Lundqvist said. "You will find a way to win the game. When that happens -- overruled [goal], missed penalty shot, 2-on-0 big chance -- you just have to stick with it and keep playing the way we were playing. I thought again that it shows a lot of good signs for this group that we stayed confident and patient, and in the end, we earned this one."

Red Wings rookie forward Dylan Larkin returned after missing one game because of an illness.

Rangers forward Marek Hrivik made his NHL debut after he was recalled from Hartford of the American Hockey League on Sunday.

The Red Wings return home to face the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday.


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Posted 22 February 2016 - 04:39 PM

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Stamkos' goal lifts Lightning past Hurricanes

 

Center scores late, Tampa Bay wins third straight

 

by Kurt Dusterberg / NHL.com Correspondent

12:44 PM
 
 
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Stamkos puts Lightning ahead TBL@CAR: Stamkos rips a power-play goal for the lead

2/21/16: Tyler Johnson finds Steven Stamkos in the slot, and he rips a power-play goal past Cam Ward to give the Lightning the lead in the 3rd

 

RALEIGH, N.C. -- The Tampa Bay Lightning aren't proud of their recent special-teams play, but with the game on the line in the third period Sunday, the two units rose to the occasion.

With the score tied 2-2 in the third period and Hurricanes forward Jordan Staal off for high sticking, Steven Stamkos set up in the slot and took a pass from Tyler Johnson in the corner before sending a wrist shot inside the left post at 14:17 for a 3-2 lead. The Lightning entered the game with the 24th-ranked power-play unit, and earlier in the game had given up a short-handed goal for the third straight game.

This followed the Lightning killing off the second of two minor penalties in the game.

"Listen, we needed our penalty k*ll to k*ll off a penalty, they did. We needed our power play to win the game for us, and they did," Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper said after the Lightning defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 4-2. "That's what we want, and that's what happened. It was good."

 

 

 

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Posted 22 February 2016 - 04:50 PM

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Miller makes 37 saves, Canucks top Avalanche

 

Vancouver ends four-game losing streak

 

by Kevin Woodley / NHL.com Correspondent

3:19 PM
 
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Hansen's second goal of the game COL@VAN: D. Sedin finds Hansen for another nice goal

2/21/16: Daniel Sedin sends a pretty pass to Jannik Hansen, who beats Semyon Varlamov for his second goal of the game

 

VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Canucks finally broke out of a long offensive slump Sunday against the Colorado Avalanche at Rogers Arena.

Jannik Hansen scored two goals, and Henrik Sedin had four assists in a 5-1 win against the Avalanche.

But the First Star in the lopsided win was goaltender Ryan Miller, whose 37 saves included several that left the Avalanche shaking their heads.

"He was playing one [heck] of a game," Hansen said. "No question he's the First Star. He did everything right. When we were outplayed, outmanned, he found a way to make a save."

 

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Miller's sick toe save COL@VAN: Miller takes away sure goal with unreal save

 

It was the first time the Canucks scored more than four goals since a 5-2 win against the Buffalo Sabres on Dec. 7. Entering Sunday, they were 2-5-1 and averaging 1.88 goals per game in February.

The victory ended Vancouver's four-game losing streak and six-game slide on home ice.

It's possible none of it would have happened without several spectacular saves from Miller early.

"We haven't scored that many in a while, but I thought the best part was Miller's play," Canucks coach Willie Desjardins said. "You need that sometimes to get out of a slump."

 

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Vrbata chips puck past Varlamov COL@VAN: Vrbata scores in closing seconds of 2nd

 

Adam Cracknell, Radim Vrbata and Christopher Tanev, into an empty net with 8:23 left, scored for the Canucks (23-24-12), and Daniel Sedin had three assists.

Matt Duchene ended Miller's shutout bid when he scored off a rebound with 41.8 seconds left to make it 5-1.

"[Miller] was enormous," Vancouver captain Henrik Sedin said. "It's too bad to see the last one go in. He deserved the shutout, but we'll take the win and move on."

Miller made a brilliant right-pad save against Carl Soderberg in the first period and Erik Johnson in the second period to keep the Canucks in the game despite being outplayed for long stretches early.

"It's probably one of the better performances I've seen from a goaltender against us this year," Colorado coach Patrick Roy said. "He was moving well. He was reading plays well. He was outstanding out there. Outstanding."

 

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Hansen extends the lead COL@VAN: Hansen tallies off D. Sedin's flawless pass

 

Semyon Varlamov made 24 saves for the Avalanche (31-27-4), who lost for the second time in six games despite outshooting the Canucks 38-29.

Colorado was coming off a 3-2 win against the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday and had several quality chances to score early. But Miller made a handful of point-blank saves, denying Nathan MacKinnon in close three times and sliding across his crease left to right to rob Soderberg of a tap-in goal.

"I want to help the boys out," Miller said. "I think with that one I was able to keep some momentum."

Cracknell, the Canucks' fourth-line center, opened the scoring 8:31 into the first period, stopping a shot atop the crease and pulling the puck around Varlamov before lifting a backhand over the sprawling goalie.

 

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Cracknell opens the scoring COL@VAN: Cracknell backhands the puck past Varlamov

 

Hansen doubled the lead with 1:14 left in the first, finding a spot between four defenders in the slot and one-timing Daniel Sedin's pass from behind the net past Varlamov.

Miller stopped Soderberg again on a shorthanded breakaway five minutes into the second period, gloved a Jarome Iginla one-timer from the left faceoff dot, and got a break when defenseman Francois Beauchemin hit the crossbar on a power play.

"We had a couple of those where he just saved it with his toe or pad and breakaways and posts and crossbars," Soderberg said. "We had a little bit of everything. We deserved one or two goals there."

Cracknell, who had gone 28 games without a goal before scoring against the Calgary Flames on Friday, appeared to score again with 7:43 left in the second, but it was disallowed after a video review determined he had batted it in with his hand.

 

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Miller flashes the glove COL@VAN: Miller robs Iginla with a nice glove save

 

Miller denied Iginla from in close soon after, but he saved his best for Johnson with 3:31 left in the period. Trailing on a 3-on-2 rush, Johnson had an empty net to shoot at from the slot, but Miller splayed out and got his right skate on the shot.

"Some nights, you just have to tip your hat," Duchene said. "That toe save (against Johnson), the save off Soderberg; even if you give them five, it still could have been a 5-5 game if not for him."

Vrbata made it 3-0 when he scored on a rebound on the power play with 4.4 seconds left in the second after Varlamov was penalized for playing the puck outside the trapezoid.

The goal ended a 14-game drought and was the second in 25 games for Vrbata, who left the game limping four minutes into the third period after falling awkwardly in the corner. Desjardins didn't have an update on Vrbata, saying he would be re-evaluated Monday.

Hansen scored his second goal on a pretty 2-on-1 pass from Daniel Sedin at 8:09 of the third. Colorado pulled Varlamov with 10:19 left for an extra attacker, and Tanev scored his second goal in 20 games into the empty net.

 

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Miller robs Soderberg COL@VAN: Miller lunges across crease, stops Soderberg

 

Despite the lopsided score, Roy couldn't find much fault in the Avalanche's play.

"After the second period, I said, 'I don't have much to say. You guys are playing a good game … we're playing well and there's no reason for us to change anything,'" Roy said. "When a goalie plays like [Miller] did, it's hard to come back."

Duchene finally scored on a late scramble, but only after Miller had been pushed out of his crease by Iginla, who was bumped from behind by Canucks center Jared McCann. The goal counted after a video review.

Miller took losing the shutout so late in stride.

"Jarome's a smart player, he knows what he's doing. Tough guy like that doesn't go down for anything, and then gets a little bump and then he's on top of me. That's gamesmanship," Miller said. "If you were to have told me we would win 5-1 tonight, I would have taken it all night. Right now, we're worried about wins and positive energy. As long as all the guys are going and feeling good, we can build on that."


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Posted 23 February 2016 - 01:26 PM

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Saad scores late, Blue Jackets defeat Bruins

 

Columbus uses big second period to top Boston

 

by Matt Kalman / NHL.com Correspondent

12:46 PM
 
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Saad scores goal on broken play CBJ@BOS: Saad's insurance goal pads lead in 3rd

2/22/16: After a whiffed shot attempt in which a stick goes flying, Brandon Saad gains control and flips a wrist shot into an open net

 

BOSTON -- Boone Jenner had two goals and the Columbus Blue Jackets scored three times in the second period during a 6-4 victory against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden on Monday.

Brandon Saad, William Karlsson, Scott Hartnell and Dalton Prout also scored for the Blue Jackets (24-29-7), who improved to 5-1-1 in their past seven road games.

The Blue Jackets outshot Boston 35-30 and also hit the post four times. They were 2-for-3 on the power play and 2-for-2 on the penalty k*ll.

"We talked about that, we needed to start winning some special teams battles in the games," Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella said. "I thought we did a good job of killing penalties tonight and just kept it simple. And also 5-on-5, I thought we played a really good game, managed the puck, made some good plays, made some good decisions in the neutral zone. And I thought everybody contributed."

 

Full report at https://www.nhl.com/...2?tid=278840260


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Posted 23 February 2016 - 01:28 PM

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Capitals extend win streak to four

 

Ovechkin, Richards score in third to help edge Coyotes

 

by Katie Brown / NHL.com Correspondent

12:36 PM
 
 
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Ovechkin's go-ahead goal ARI@WSH: Ovechkin scores to give Capitals the lead

2/22/16: Alex Ovechkin rifles in a wrist shot from the left circle in the 3rd period, giving the Captials a 2-1 lead

 

WASHINGTON -- Mike Richards was beginning to think he'd never score a goal again. When he finally did, he couldn't believe it really happened.

Richards' first goal of the season proved to be the game-winner in the Washington Capitals' 3-2 victory against the Arizona Coyotes at Verizon Center on Monday. It was his first goal in 13 months.

"I just figured with my luck, it'd be disallowed," Richards said. "I actually thought the goalie had it and the puck just popped out and it somehow ended up on my stick.

"Over the last couple of games I just started seeing the ice a little bit more, a little bit better, [had] more composure with the puck and when you have composure with the puck, you have more energy in the game if you're not chasing it. I've also thought that I might not score ever again."

 

Full report at https://www.nhl.com/...4?tid=278840444


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Posted 23 February 2016 - 01:31 PM

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Smith, Predators top Canadiens

 

Nashville wins in shootout for first time since Oct. 20

 

by Sean Farrell / NHL.com Correspondent

11:46 AM
 
 
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Smith's goal wins it in the SO NSH@MTL: Smith wins it for Predators with SO goal

2/21/16: Craig Smith jukes out the Canadiens' goalie and buries the shootout goal to send the Predators to a victory on the road

 

MONTREAL -- Craig Smith scored in the shootout and Pekka Rinne stopped three Montreal Canadiens attempts and the Nashville Predators won 2-1 at Bell Centre on Monday.

Smith, who missed a great scoring opportunity in overtime, hesitated and shot past Canadiens goalie Mike Condon into the right side of the net.

Nashville (28-21-11) has points in six straight games (3-0-3). The Predators have not lost to the Canadiens in regulation in nine straight games (6-0-3).

Montreal (28-27-5) had its four-game home winning streak ended.

 

Full report at https://www.nhl.com/...6?tid=278840446


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Posted 23 February 2016 - 01:34 PM

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Sharks' Thornton gets four more points

 

Two goals, two assists in win against Blues

by Louie Korac / NHL.com Correspondent

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Thornton's 3rd-period goal SJS@STL: Thornton beats Allen with a backhanded shot

2/22/16: Joe Thornton steals the puck in the Blues' zone and beats Jake Allen from the slot with the backhand shot to increase the Sharks' lead

 

ST. LOUIS -- Joe Thornton had a four-point game (two goals, two assists) and Logan Couture had two goals and an assist for the San Jose Sharks, who tied the NHL lead for most road wins with a 6-3 victory against the St. Louis Blues at Scottrade Center on Monday.

The Sharks (32-21-5) won their 21st road game, which tied the Washington Capitals for most in the League.

Tomas Hertl scored twice, Marc-Edouard Vlasic had two assists and Martin Jones made 25 saves for San Jose, which is 14-3-3 in its past 20 games and has scored four or more goals in four of the past six. The Sharks are 21-9-2 away from SAP Center.

The Sharks capitalized on the top penalty k*ll unit in the NHL by scoring twice, and Thornton benefited from another four-point game in St. Louis; his most-recent four-point game prior to Monday was at Scottrade Center, where he had a goal and three assists on Oct. 15, 2013.

Thornton has 39 points since Dec. 15, most in the NHL. He has 53 points in 46 games against the Blues.

 

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Posted 24 February 2016 - 12:37 PM

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Stars top Jets to end three-game skid

 

Jamie Benn scores twice in third period

 

by Patrick Williams / NHL.com Correspondent

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Ja. Benn's PPG in 3rd DAL@WPG: Ja. Benn scores insurance goal on power play

2/23/16: Jamie Benn waits as a wide shot bounces off the boards and puts the rebound past a diving Ondrej Pavelec for a power-play goal

 

WINNIPEG -- Jamie Benn scored twice in the final six minutes to help the Dallas Stars to a 5-3 win against the Winnipeg Jets at MTS Centre on Tuesday. 

Colton Sceviour scored his sixth goal with 7:31 left in the third period to give Dallas a 3-2 lead. It was not initially ruled a goal, but play was stopped after video review determined the puck went in the Winnipeg net. 

Benn scored on the power play 1:39 later to make it a two-goal lead. Mark Scheifele's 14th goal with 2:06 to go moved the Jets back to within a goal, but Dallas held off Winnipeg from there, and Benn scored into an empty net with 14.7 seconds left. 

The game started a home-and-home set that continues Thursday in Dallas. 

The Stars (38-17-6) ended a three-game losing streak (0-2-1) and moved past the idle Chicago Blackhawks into first place in the Central Division. The Jets (25-30-4), who are last in the Central, have lost four in a row and five of their past six. 

 

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Posted 24 February 2016 - 12:40 PM

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Islanders stop Wild's winning streak

 

New York 2-for-2 on seven-game road trip

 

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Nielsen's power-play goal NYI@MIN: Nielsen beats Dubnyk on the power play

2/23/16: Frans Nielsen redirects a John Tavares feed past Devan Dubnyk on the power play to put the Islanders up 2-0 in the 1st period

 

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Frans Nielsen scored two goals and John Tavares had a goal and an assist to help the New York Islanders to a 4-1 win against the Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center on Tuesday. 

Goaltender Jaroslav Halak made 30 saves for the Islanders (32-19-7), who have won the first two games of their seven-game road trip and are 6-1-1 in their past eight. They are three points back of the New York Rangers for second place in the Metropolitan Division. The Islanders have two games in hand. 

The loss ended a four-game winning streak for the Wild and was their first loss since John Torchetti took over as interim coach on Feb. 13. Minnesota (27-23-10), which defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 6-1 at TCF Bank Stadium on Sunday as part of the 2016 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series, has lost nine in a row at Xcel Energy Center; the Wild haven't won there since a 3-1 victory against the Detroit Red Wings on Dec. 28. 

Matt Martin scored for New York, which began a stretch of five consecutive road games against Western Conference opponents. Islanders forward Anders Lee, a Minnesota native, had two assists. 

 

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Posted 24 February 2016 - 12:43 PM

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Vasilevskiy's 29 saves help Lightning top Coyotes

 

Paquette penalty-shot goal helps Tampa Bay to fourth straight win

 

by Corey Long / NHL.com Correspondent

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Paquette's penalty-shot goal ARI@TBL: Paquette puts it through on penalty shot

2/23/16: Cedric Paquette dekes Louis Domingue on a penalty shot and wrists it home, giving the Lightning a 2-0 lead in the 2nd period

 

TAMPA -- Cedric Paquette scored on a penalty shot with 4.7 seconds left in the second period to lift the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 2-1 win against the Arizona Coyotes at Amalie Arena on Tuesday. 

Paquette forced a turnover in the Lightning zone to get a breakaway with Tampa Bay on the penalty k*ll, but before he could get a shot off he was hooked by Coyotes forward Shane Doan.

On the penalty shot, Paquette beat Coyotes goalie Louis Domingue high on the glove side to give the Lightning a 2-0 lead. 

Steven Stamkos scored in the first period for Tampa Bay (34-22-4), which won its fourth straight game. 

Jordan Martinook scored for Arizona (27-27-6), which has lost three in a row, and Domingue made 34 saves.

 


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Posted 24 February 2016 - 12:56 PM

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Red Wings edge Blue Jackets in shootout

 

Mrazek helps Detroit end four-game losing streak

 

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Athanasiou hits winner in SO CBJ@DET: Athanasiou gives Red Wings the win during SO

2/23/16: Andreas Athanasiou makes a pretty move, then rifles in a wrister past Curtis McElhinney to give the Red Wings a 2-1 win in a shootout

 

DETROIT -- Riley Sheahan and Andreas Athanasiou scored in the shootout to give the Detroit Red Wings a 2-1 win against the Columbus Blue Jackets at Joe Louis Arena on Tuesday. 

Sheahan scored and Petr Mrazek made 28 saves for Detroit (30-20-11), which ended a four-game losing streak (0-2-2). Mrazek denied Cam Atkinson and Alexander Wennberg in the shootout.

"It's a big two points," Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said. "Coming off of four games where we weren't able to get a win -- obviously we had points in the last two -- but at home here, we needed the two points. We're at that point of the season, you've got to find a way, and we found a way." 

It was the first time Blashill used Sheahan or Athanasiou in a shootout this season. Sheahan scored once on three previous attempts; Athanasiou is a rookie.

"Sheahan hasn't taken many shootouts, but his numbers are pretty good," Blashill said. "We've obviously gone with the guys who have the best numbers historically and recently and in recent years, but it hasn't worked. It was a bit of a hunch.

"Sheahan had scored on the breakaway earlier. Athanasiou, I know, is a real, good shootout guy, having had him in (AHL) Grand Rapids."

 

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Posted 24 February 2016 - 12:59 PM

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Forsberg's hat trick helps Predators top Maple Leafs

 

Nashville earns points in ninth straight road game

 

by Mike Brophy / NHL.com Correspondent

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Forsberg scores, nets hat trick NSH@TOR: Forsberg notches hat trick in the 2nd period

2/23/16: Filip Forsberg fires a wrister from the slot to score his third goal of the game, notching a hat trick and extending the lead

 

TORONTO -- Filip Forsberg had a natural hat trick and the Nashville Predators held off the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2 at Air Canada Centre on Tuesday. 

Forsberg, who scored two goals in Nashville's first four games this season and then went 17 straight games without scoring, took over the team lead in goals with 23, passing James Neal (21). It was his first regular-season NHL hat trick; he had one during Nashville's Western Conference First Round series against the Chicago Blackhawks last spring.

"It was great," Forsberg said. "It obviously put our team in a great spot at 3-0 and it was all we needed for tonight." 

Forsberg, 21, has nine goals in his past nine games. He said his struggles at the start of the season are a distant memory. 

"I thought I played pretty good at the start, but the puck didn't go in for me," Forsberg said. "I didn't think about it too much. The Nashville media was kind and didn't remind me about it too much. Obviously I like this streak better."

 

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Posted 24 February 2016 - 01:04 PM

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Ward lifts Hurricanes past Flyers

 

Goalie makes 36 saves; Jordan Staal, Eric Staal each score

 

by Kurt Dusterberg / NHL.com Correspondent

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Ward's great glove save PHI@CAR: Ward flashes the glove to deny Laughton

2/23/16: Cam Ward makes a terrific glove save on a two-on-one break to prevent Scott Laughton from scoring his second goal of the game

 

RALEIGH, N.C. -- With the 2016 NHL Trade Deadline next Monday at 3 p.m. ET, rumors suggest Eric Staal's tenure with the Carolina Hurricanes could be nearing an end. 

So after Eric and younger brother Jordan Staal each scored in a 3-1 win against the Philadelphia Flyers at PNC Arena on Tuesday, the elder Staal sounded a bit nostalgic. 

"You dream of playing in the NHL and you dream of playing on the same team and scoring goals to help the team win," Eric Staal said. "It doesn't get much better, to be honest." 

The brothers have been trending in different directions during Carolina's push toward the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Eric's goal ended a 16-game drought, and Jordan has 23 points in the past 21 games. 

"He's playing phenomenal hockey, the best I've seen his whole career," Eric said of his brother. "It's been really fun to watch him turn into the player I know he is. He's huge for this group and he's going to continue to be huge for this group down the stretch. It's been fun for me to see his game grow." 

Cam Ward made 36 saves and is 7-1-4 in his past 12 starts for the Hurricanes (28-23-10). 

 

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Posted 24 February 2016 - 01:06 PM

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Kalinin helps Devils conquer Rangers

 

Forward has goal, assist; Schneider makes 17 saves

 

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Kalinin's 3rd-period goal NYR@NJD: Kalinin scores on the breakaway

2/23/16: Sergey Kalinin skates in all alone and beats Henrik Lundqvist with a sweet top-shelf shot to increase the Devils' lead to two goals

 

NEWARK, N.J. -- New Jersey Devils left wing Sergey Kalinin first learned of a Gordie Howe Hat Trick on the Internet growing up in Omsk, Russia. 

The 6-foot-3, 200-pound forward never envisioned he'd get one 57 games into his NHL career, but it happened Tuesday when he had a goal, an assist and a fight in a 5-2 win against the New York Rangers at Prudential Center.

"He's our Russian Gordie Howe," Devils goaltender Corey Schneider said. 

Tyler Kennedy, Kyle Palmieri, Lee Stempniak and Adam Larsson scored, and Schneider made 17 saves for the Devils (30-24-7), who ended a three-game losing streak. 

Kalinin assisted on Kennedy's goal in the first, fought Rangers left wing J.T. Miller in the second, and scored on a breakaway against Henrik Lundqvist with 2:44 remaining in the third.

 

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Posted 24 February 2016 - 01:19 PM

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Senators top Oilers for fourth straight win

 

Edmonton loses fifth in a row, eighth in nine games

 

by Derek Van Diest / NHL.com Correspondent

12:45 PM

 

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Smith lights the lamp for PPG OTT@EDM: Smith's one-timer squeezes past Talbot

2/23/16: Zack Smith fires a one-timer off Mark Stone's feed that trickles past Cam Talbot to give the Senators a 2-0 lead

 

EDMONTON -- Zack Smith and Mark Stone each had a goal and an assist, and the Ottawa Senators extended their winning streak to four games with a 4-1 victory against the Edmonton Oilers at Rexall Place on Tuesday.

Craig Anderson made 31 saves, and Nick Paul and Alex Chiasson had goals for Ottawa (29-26-6).

Jordan Eberle scored for the Oilers (22-33-6) who have lost five straight games and are 1-7-1 in their past nine. Goaltender Cam Talbot made 21 saves.

Paul gave the Senators a 1-0 lead with his first NHL goal at 12:50 of the first period. The rookie forward, playing in his fourth NHL game, lifted the rebound of defenseman Chris Wideman's shot past Talbot.

Smith put Ottawa up 2-0 at 5:53 of the second period with a power-play goal. He took a cross-ice pass from Stone and was able to squeeze a shot through Talbot for his career-high 15th goal.

 

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Posted 24 February 2016 - 03:16 PM

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Kopitar lifts Kings past Flames

 

Scores in first game back from injury

 

by Curtis Zupke / NHL.com Correspondent

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2/23/16: Anze Kopitar finds the puck and slams it into the back of the net, giving the Kings a 2-1 lead in the 2nd with a power-play goal

 

LOS ANGELES -- Anze Kopitar scored the go-ahead goal via the power play in the second period in his first game back from a lower-body injury to help the Los Angeles Kings to a 2-1 win against the Calgary Flames at Staples Center on Tuesday.

Kopitar converted a pass through heavy traffic from Drew Doughty into an open net at 17:27. Defenseman Luke Schenn scored and Jonathan Quick made 22 saves for his fifth 30-win season for Los Angeles (35-20-4), which won in its first home game after a 3-3-1 trip.

Joni Ortio made a season-high 35 saves for the Flames (26-30-3), who were swept in their Southern California trip and have lost five of six games. 

Sean Monahan tied it 1-1 with a tap-in of a smooth passing sequence by Jiri Hudler and Johnny Gaudreau from behind the net on the power play at 11:56 of the second.

The Kings finally broke through against Ortio at 9:41 of the second, with their 21st shot. Schenn sent the puck on net from the boards and it went in far side with teammate Vincent Lecavalier providing a screen.

Ortio was tested early with 13 first-period saves in his first NHL start since Oct.30, and the Kings outshot the Flames 20-6 to start the game. He spent almost three months in the American Hockey League and was recalled when Karri Ramo was injured.

Calgary scratched Matt Stajan instead of Micheal Ferland because coach Bob Hartley reportedly changed his mind after the morning skate.

 

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Posted 25 February 2016 - 11:59 AM

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Rask leads Bruins past Penguins

 

Boston goalie makes season-high 41 saves

 

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2/24/16: On the penalty shot, David Pastrnak stutter steps and goes five-hole past Marc-Andre Fleury to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead in the 1st

 

BOSTON -- Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask made a season-high 41 saves and forward David Pastrnak scored two goals in a 5-1 win against the Pittsburgh Penguins at TD Garden on Wednesday.

Jimmy Hayes and Landon Ferraro had goals for Boston (33-22-6), which was outshot 42-29 but won for the second time in its past six home games (2-3-1) and moved into third place in the Atlantic Division.

Tom Kuhnhackl scored and goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury made 24 saves for Pittsburgh (30-21-18).

The Penguins outshot the Bruins 13-10 in the first period, but Pastrnak's penalty shot at 16:00 was the only goal. Pastrnak got behind Pittsburgh defenseman Derrick Pouliot in a race for David Krejci's pass. Pouliot hauled down Pastrnak, but the latter beat Fleury with a wrist shot low to the glove side on the penalty shot.

It was the Bruins' third goal in three penalty shot attempts this season (Brad Marchand has the other two).

 

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Posted 25 February 2016 - 12:10 PM

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Canadiens hang on, end Capitals win streak

 

Galchenyuk scores two; Washington loses for first time in five games

 

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2/24/16: Lars Eller starts the rush and feeds Alex Galchenyuk for his second goal of the game to give the Canadiens a 4-1 lead

 

WASHINGTON -- Alex Galchenyuk scored twice to help the Montreal Canadiens defeat the Washington Capitals 4-3 at Verizon Center on Wednesday. 

Brendan Gallagher and Tomas Fleischmann scored for Montreal (29-27-5), and goalie Mike Condon made 33 saves.

The Canadiens twice led by three goals, at 3-0 and 4-1. 

Jason Chimera, Andre Burakovsky and Dmitry Orlov scored for Washington (44-11-4), which lost for the first time in five games. Starting goalie Braden Holtby was pulled early in the second period after allowing three goals on 18 shots. Philipp Grubauer made 15 saves in relief. 

Galchenyuk opened the scoring at 9:09 of the first period. He picked off an Orlov pass and moved the puck to Dale Weise, who put a shot on net. Holtby made a save on Weise's shot, but Galchenyuk scored on the rebound. 

The Capitals have allowed the first goal in 13 of 16 games. 

Gallagher scored on the power play at 17:47 of the first for a 2-0 Canadiens lead. Holtby made a save against Max Pacioretty, and Gallagher knocked the rebound in past Holtby's glove for his 17th of the season.

 

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Posted 25 February 2016 - 02:55 PM

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Avalanche top Sharks in shootout

 

MacKinnon, Duchene score in tiebreaker

 

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2/24/16: Matt Duchene fakes a shot and wrists the puck past Martin Jones to seal a 4-3 victory for the Avalanche over the Sharks

 

DENVER -- Matt Duchene and Nathan MacKinnon scored in the shootout to support goalie Calvin Pickard, and the Colorado Avalanche defeated the San Jose Sharks 4-3 at Pepsi Center on Wednesday. 

Pickard made 30 saves through overtime, and then denied Sharks forwards Joonas Donskoi and Joe Pavelski in the shootout. 

The Avalanche (32-27-4) have won three of their past four games and five of seven. 

Martin Jones made 38 saves for the Sharks (32-21-6), who went 3-1-1 on a five-game road trip. 

San Jose tied it 3-3 on forward Joel Ward's goal with 1:31 remaining in regulation after Jones went to the bench for a sixth skater. Ward deflected center Joe Thornton's shot from the left side past Pickard. 

 

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