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Through two games - elaine95 - ۸-۱۵-۱۳۹۷ ۰۶:۳۹ صبح

PITTSBURGH (AP) Taylor Hall equaled the Devils‘ franchise
record with points in 15 straight
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period and New Jersey beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 on Tuesday night.Noesen,
playing in his 100th NHL game, broke a 2-2 tie with his ninth of the season five
minutes into the third. He tipped Andy Greene’s attempt from the side boards
behind Penguins goaltender Casey DeSmith.Hall equaled a career high with his
27th goal and had an assist. Hall, who missed three games with a hand injury,
has points in the last 22 games in which he’s played, scoring 15 goals and 32
points during that span. He’s the fifth player in the last 25 years with at
least one point in 22 consecutive appearances.Sidney Crosby scored his 21st goal
and Matt Hunwick tallied his fourth for the Penguins, whose 11-game home win
streak ended.WILD 8, BLUES 3ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Eric Staal had three goals
and two assists to combine with linemates Mikael Granlund and Jason Zucker for
14 points and propel surging Minnesota over St. Louis.The Blues lost their
seventh straight.Staal notched his 14th career hat trick, his first in more than
five years. By scoring 13 times in 13 games in February, Staal raised his season
total to 33 goals to move into the top five in the NHL.Granlund had two goals
and two assists and Zucker added a goal and four assists for the Wild, who have
won five in a row overall and are 19-2-5 in their last 26 home games since Nov.
14. The Wild’s eight goals matched their franchise record.STARS 2, FLAMES
0DALLAS (AP) – Ben Bishop made 38 saves and Dallas blanked Calgary for his 24th
career shutout.Bishop’s shutout was his fifth this season. He had 17 saves in
the second period, when Dallas increased its lead to 2-0 on a power-play goal by
Tyler Seguin, his 32nd.The Stars maintained their hold on the first Western
Conference wild card spot and prevented Calgary, which sits just outside the
second wild card position, from moving ahead of them.Gillies took his first loss
in six NHL games. He stopped 24 shots.CAPITALS 3, SENATORS 2WASHINGTON (AP) –
Evgeny Kuznetsov scored his 18th and 19th goals of the season to lead Washington
past Ottawa.Tom Wilson also scored for Washington, which leapfrogged
Philadelphia to regain first place in the Metropolitan Division by one point.
The Capitals are 3-0 this season against struggling Ottawa.Matt Niskanen
assisted on both of Kuznetsov’s goals, each coming less than a minute after the
end of a successful Capitals penalty kill.Philipp Grubauer made 28 saves for
Washington in his 18th start of the season.Erik Karlsson had a goal and an
assist a day after Ottawa held onto the All-Star defenseman at the NHL trade
deadline.PREDATORS 6, JETS 5WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) – Roman Josi had five
assists, Craig Smith scored twice and Ryan Hartman redirected in the winning
goal during his Nashville debut, sending the streaking Predators over
Winnipeg.Hartman, acquired in a trade with Chicago at Monday’s deadline, gave
the Predators their first lead with a minute left when he deflected a shot by
Josi.Kyle Turris, Mattias Ekholm and Ryan Johansen also scored as Nashville won
its fifth straight, padding its division lead to four points over the Jets. Josi
extended his point streak to five games.Mark Scheifele scored twice and new
Winnipeg forward Paul Stastny had a goal and an assist.BRUINS 4, HURRICANES 3,
OTBOSTON (AP) – Charlie McAvoy scored 1:08 into overtime and Rick Nash had a
goal in his home debut as Boston rallied past Carolina.Tommy Wingels, Riley Nash
and McAvoy each had a goal and an assist for Boston, which avoided losing three
straight for the first time this season after falling behind 3-1 late in the
first period.Brock McGinn, Teuvo Teravainen and Sebastian Aho scored for
Carolina, and Justin Faulk had two assists. Scott Darling stopped 28 shots for
the Hurricanes, who are 0-5-1 in their last six games.Tuukka Rask made 29 saves
for the Bruins, who overcame a rocky first period and got big nights from two
new additions.PANTHERS 3, MAPLE LEAFS 2, OTSUNRISE, Fla. (AP) – Jared McCann
scored at 3:47 of overtime and Florida beat Toronto.McCann grabbed a loose puck
in the neutral zone, skated in and fired a shot from the slot past goalie Curtis
McElhinney.Jonathan Huberdeau had a goal and an
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and Aleksander Barkov also scored for the Panthers. Vincent Trocheck added two
assists and Roberto Luongo stopped 37 shots.Zach Hyman and Dominic Moore scored
for the Maple Leafs, and McElhinney made 28 saves. Star center Auston Matthews
sat out again with a shoulder injury.KINGS 4, GOLDEN KNIGHTS 1LAS VEGAS (AP) –
Anze Kopitar scored his 27th goal of the season, Jack Campbell made 41 saves in
his second career start and Los Angeles defeated Vegas.It was the Kings‘ second
victory over the Western Conference leaders in two nights.Campbell was making
his first NHL start since the 2013-14 season, when he played for Dallas. He made
one appearance for Los Angeles last season.Kyle Clifford, Tyler Toffoli and Jeff
Carter also scored for the Kings, who rank second in the league with 20 road
wins. Tampa Bay has 22.Maxime Lagace, who stopped 26 shots for the Golden
Knights, was making his first start since Dec. 9, when he won in Dallas. William
Karlsson scored the Vegas goal.SHARKS 5, OILERS 2SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – Evander
Kane made an immediate impact in his San Jose debut by assisting on two goals
during a four-goal second period and delivering a few big hits that helped the
Sharks beat Edmonton.Joe Pavelski had a goal and three assists while centering
San Jose’s top line with Kane on his left wing. Justin Braun, Timo Meier and
Logan Couture also scored in the second to help the Sharks snap a three-game
losing streak and remain in sole possession of second place in the Pacific
Division. Chris Tierney added an empty-net goal.Martin Jones allowed a
first-period goal by Connor McDavid and a third-period tally by Jesse Puljujarvi
but made 24 saves for the win.— WASHINGTON (AP) Sergei Bobrovsky looked as
poised facing 58 shots as he did before the game when he calmly walked down the
hallway in a buttoned-up beige trenchcoat.On the ice, Bobrovsky stood out even
more. The goaltender with a history of playoff struggles looked like his
two-time Vezina Trophy-winning self in making 54 saves as the Columbus Blue
Jackets beat the Washington Capitals 5-4 on Sunday night on Matt Calvert’s
overtime winner to take a 2-0 lead in the first-round playoff series.”He’s our
best player and he was our best player by a mile tonight,” said Calvert, whose
one-handed rebound 12:22 into overtime sent the Blue Jackets into a frenzy. ”It
makes us confident. When you’ve got him making up for your mistakes, it’s always
good. He’s been doing it all season.”The playoff version of Bobrovsky of years
past was a confounding nightmare compared to his elite play during the regular
season: 3-10 with a 3.63 goals-against average and .887 save percentage. Through
two games this year, the second of which coach John Tortorella called ”one of
the best goaltending performances” he has seen, the reserved Russian has stopped
81 of 88 shots to send Columbus home for Game 3 Tuesday in a place it’s never
been before.The Blue Jackets had never led a playoff series until Thursday
night. With ”Bob” locked in like never before in the Stanley Cup playoffs,
they’re two victories away from advancing to the second round for the first time
in franchise history.”I would say your career is a journey and you learn some
things here and there,” Bobrovsky said. ”It doesn’t matter what’s in the past.
When we’re gonna play third game, it doesn’t matter what happen tonight. Each
moment is huge right now, and you just have to be ready.”Columbus appears ready
for anything against an experienced opponent with a history of playoff
disappointments that has now blown two-goal leads in consecutive games. Just
like in Game 1 when charging and tripping calls on Tom Wilson and Andre
Burakovsky cost the Capitals, they were done in by penalties on Wilson and
Devante Smith-Pelly that led to goals by Cam Atkinson and Zach Werenski.Alex
Ovechkin scored twice on the power play and T.J. Oshie tied it with 3:35 left to
give Washington a chance. When Philipp Grubauer was pulled for allowing four
goals on 22 shots, Braden Holtby made seven saves, but now the Metropolitan
Division champions are in a hole only 49 of 361 teams (13.6 percent) have dug
out of to win a best-of-seven series.”Right now in hard position, but it’s going
to be fun when we bounce back and … tie the series,” Ovechkin said.Coach Barry
Trotz, who said he’d let his decision on who starts Game 3 simmer, added that
the Capitals are ”not going away.” Through two games, the Blue Jackets have
shown they aren’t, either.Penalty trouble almost cost the Blue Jackets as much
as the Capitals, but they got to leave celebrating after Calvert’s OT goal held
up to an offside review by the NHL situation room. Replays showed Calvert was
just onside before scoring to make the Blue Jackets just the fifth team in NHL
history to overcome a multi-goal deficit to win the first two games of a playoff
series.”Luckily, I got the rebound, had one hand on my stick and the rest is
history,” Calvert said. ”Two games in overtime, that can really crush a
team.”History says Calvert is right. The Capitals are the sixth team to lose
Games 1 and 2 of a best-of-seven series in overtime, and the previous five have
all lost.NOTES: Columbus forward Josh Anderson scored after being ejected from
Game 1 for boarding Washington’s Michal Kempny. … Columbus improved to 4-1
all-time in playoff overtime games. … Linesman Steve Barton had to be helped off
the ice late in the first period after clipping skates with Anderson and going
down clutching his left knee. On site as the standby official, mid-amateur
golfer/referee Garrett Rank replaced Barton as the second linesman. … Columbus C
Alexander Wennberg was out after taking a hit to the head from Wilson in Game 1.
Coach John Tortorella only called Wennberg ”day-to-day” with an upper-body
injury. … Capitals F Jakub Vrana was a healthy scratch after recording an assist
and committing two turnovers in 6:58 of ice time in Game 1.—


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