NHL recap: Geese High Caps in OT for eighth straight win

2021-11-17 07:56:41 GMT + 00: 00 – Trevor Zegras’ second goal of the game scored 45.1 seconds from time in extra time, and hosts Anaheim Ducks celebrated their eighth straight win, 1,000. in the history of the franchise. a 3-2 win against the Washington Capitals on Tuesday night.

It was one of two milestones for the Ducks that night when Ryan Getzlaf made his 1,000. Career point counted. Cam Fowler scored for Anaheim too.

In the dwindling seconds of extra time, Zegras took the lead to beat Capitals goalkeeper Vitek Vanecek (28 saves) to bring Anaheim its longest winning streak in a run of 11 games from 2015-16.

Washington, who had won four times in a row, was 2-1 back late in the third period when Tom Wilson shot John Carlson down and through the legs of Anaheim goalkeeper John Gibson (28 saves) 2:32 in front of the regular playing time distracted. Garrett Pilon lists the Capitals’ other goal.

Panther 6, Islander 1

A star center injury to Aleksander Barkov – and the uncertainty of its severity – hung over hosts Florida as New York ran away in Sunrise, Florida.

Less than two minutes into the second period, New York’s Scott Mayfield was punished for a knee-to-knee hit on the left leg from Barkov, Florida’s captain and top scorer (nine goals, 17 points). Barkov did not return and Mayfield was thrown out.

The Panthers took the 5-0 lead by scoring goals each from Jonathan Huberdeau, Ryan Lomberg, Carter Verhaeghe, Patric Hornqvist and Aaron Ekblad. Kyle Palmieri scored for the Islanders, who finished an opening road trip in 13 games with a 5-6-2 record.

Sharks 4, wild 1

Timo Meier collected a goal and assist to get San Jose in Saint Paul, Minn past Minnesota.

Mario Ferraro, Erik Karlsson and Tomas Hertl also scored for the Sharks, while captain Logan Couture and striker Rudolfs Balcers each scored two assists. James Reimer made 26 saves when the Sharks snatched a skid that had lost two games.

Joel Eriksson Ek answered for the Wild, who had won five out of six games. Cam Talbot stopped 17 shots.

Rangers 3, Canadians 2

Chris Kreider scored his twelfth goal of the season when hosts New York won their fourth game in a row, beating Montreal.

Kaapo Kakko and Julien Gauthier also scored for the Rangers. Goalkeeper Igor Shesterkin, who had to give up Saturday’s victory against Columbus in the third period after pulling a knee to his head, made 31 saves.

Christian Dvorak scored one goal and one assist and Josh Anderson scored for the Canadiens, who have lost six of their last seven games. Cayden Primeau, who made his first NHL appearance of the season for the injured Jake Allen, stopped 31 of 34 shots.

Hurricanes 4, Golden Knights 2

Seth Jarvis scored 71 seconds to break a tie in the third third and Carolina prevailed in Las Vegas.

Tony DeAngelo and Sebastian Aho scored a goal in the first half to keep the Hurricanes 2-0 ahead, with Vincent Trocheck adding a late goal. Carolina’s Antti Raanta ended his return with 21 saves after an injury sustained on November 6th.

Brett Howden and Shea Theodore scored for Vegas, both within the first 4:12 of the second period. Robin Lehner stopped 38 shots in the defeat.

Nozzles 5, oiler 2

Connor Hellebuyck made 32 saves as Winnipeg defeated guest Edmonton.

The Jets were leading 4-0 before Leon Draisaitl scored two power play goals for the Oilers in a time of 1:16 at the beginning of the third period. Winnipeg’s Kyle Connor extended his goal streak to four games with an empty net.

Adam Lowry, Nikolaj Ehlers, Pierre-Luc Dubois and Mark Scheifele also scored for the Jets, which completed a 5-1-1 homestand. Josh Morrissey had two assists.

Maple Leafs 3, Predators 0

Jack Campbell earned his third shutout of the season, and Auston Matthews and David Kampf scored one goal and one assist each as Toronto beat Visiting Nashville.

Campbell made 24 saves in his seventh career shutout as the Maple Leafs extended their winning streak to four games. They have won nine of their last 10. Mitchell Marner scored an empty goal for the Maple Leafs.

Juuse Saros stopped 31 shots for the Predators, who ended a three-game winning streak.

Flyer 2, Flames 1 (OT)

Cam Atkinson scored 45 seconds in overtime to put hosts Philadelphia past Calgary.

Sean Couturier took the first shot and Atkinson then shot the bouncing puck into an almost empty net. Kevin Hayes also scored for the Flyers, who recovered from a 5-2 loss to the Dallas Stars on Saturday.

Oliver Kylington scored the only goal for the Flames. Calgary’s Jacob Markstrom stopped 41 shots.

Coyotes 3, Blues 2

Barrett Hayton scored his first two goals of the season when he led St. Louis on his visit to Arizona.

Kyle Capobianco also scored and goalkeeper Scott Wedgewood made 34 saves for the Coyotes, who took their first road win in 11 attempts this season – and only their second overall win in 16 games.

Jordan Kyrou and Torey Krug scored, and Ryan O’Reilly had two assists for the Blues who had no win in their last four games (0-3-1). Jordan Binnington stopped 20 of 23 shots.

Saber 2, penguins 1

Colin Miller and Kyle Okposo scored in the second period and Buffalo held out against top hosts Pittsburgh.

Dustin Tokarski made 45 saves as the Sabers improved to 2-2-1 in their last five games. Jake Guentzel scored for the Penguins, who have lost three times in a row. Pittsburgh goalkeeper Tristan Jarry made 17 saves.

The game was played just hours after the Penguins reportedly came close to being sold to the Fenway Sports Group.

Stars 5, Red Wings 2

Jason Robertson scored two goals in the third period when hosts Dallas beat Detroit.

Robertson, who only had one goal in the competition, also added a template. Ryan Suter, Jamie Benn and Roope Hintz had the other goals for the stars. Jake Oettinger made 28 parades.

Dylan Larkin scored his fifth goal for the Red Wings in the last five games but was absent in the third period due to an undisclosed injury. Filip Zadina also scored for the Red Wings and Alex Nedeljkovic made 25 saves.

–Field-level media

Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

Comments are closed.