NHL recap: hurricanes pile up, hit Lightning in OT

2021-11-10 09:10:02 GMT + 00: 00 – Carolinas Martin Necas scored the game winner in extra time when the Hurricanes beat hosts Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 on Tuesday night.

Late in the extra session, Necas shot Victor Hedman in, stopped to let the great defender pass, and snatched the winner’s marker past Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy at 3:26. It was the second season in a row that the Czech center beat the Lightning in extra time.

Carolinas Teuvo Teravainen met while Trocheck, Andrei Svechnikov, Sebastian Aho and Tony DeAngelo posted helpers.

After Saturday’s poor performance against Florida when he allowed four goals, Frederik Andersen made 17 saves for the Hurricanes, who are 4-0-0 in games with one goal.

Kings 3, Canadians 2 (OT)

Adrian Kempe extended his goal streak to four games by scoring 3:39 in extra time to turn his visit to Los Angeles into a win over Montreal.

Kempe sent Los Angeles to their sixth straight win after going on the net and beating Jake Allen (31 saves) for his fifth goal of the season. Alex Iafallo and Brendan Lemieux each scored one goal and Cal Petersen made 33 saves for the Kings, who began their winning streak with a 5-2 win over Montreal on October 30th.

Jake Evans and defender Ben Chiarot each scored one goal and Artturi Lehkonen provided two assists for the Canadians, who have lost three in a row.

Blackhawks 3, Penguins 2 (SO)

Jonathan Toews and Alex DeBrincat scored in a shootout and Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 42 shots against his former team to lift hosts Chicago over Pittsburgh.

Two goals in the second half gave the Blackhawks a seemingly comfortable lead as Jujhar Khaira and Seth Jones scored the first goals of their Chicago careers.

Jeff Carter scored two goals for Pittsburgh in the third period to force extra time. Jake Guentzel had two assists for the penguins and Tristan Jarry made 30 saves.

Red wings 4, oiler 2

Vladislav Namestnikov scored two goals and hosts Detroit extended their winning streak to three games by defeating Edmonton.

Dylan Larkin and Moritz Seider scored the other goals for Detroit, while Alex Nedeljkovic made 31 saves.

Connor McDavid scored his ninth goal of the season for the Oilers, who only lost for the second time this season. Jesse Puljujarvi had the other Edmonton goal while Stuart Skinner stopped 35 shots.

Golden Knights 4, Kraken 2

Reilly Smith scored twice within 46 seconds early in the third period and Robin Lehner made 25 saves as Vegas rallied in Las Vegas for a win over Seattle.

Alex Pietrangelo scored one goal and one assist and Evgenii Dadonov also scored for Vegas, who have won for the sixth time in their last eight games. William Carrier, Shea Theodore and Jonathan Marchessault each added two assists.

Yanni Gourde and Jordan Eberle scored goals for Seattle that fell 1-6-1 away. Chris Driedger finished his first start for the Kraken with 19 saves.

Devil 7, panther 3

Andreas Johnsson scored twice and New Jersey finished the game with five unanswered goals when it beat Florida’s visit to Newark, NJ

Nico Hischier, PK Subban, Pavel Zacha, Ty Smith and Jimmy Vesey also scored for the Devils, who have won twice in a row. New Jersey goalkeeper Mackenzie Blackwood made 35 saves.

Sam Bennett, Aleksander Barkov and Owen Tippett scored for the Panthers, who lost both ends of a clash after the season opener 10-0-1. Florida fell 4-3 on Monday against the New York Rangers.

Bruins 3, Senators 2

Patrice Bergeron’s late goal crowned the second half with three goals as Boston outlawed Ottawa, earning the Senators their fifth straight defeat.

Bergeron took a pass from David Pastrnak and took control of the bouncing puck in the left circle before shooting it past Ottawa’s goalkeeper Matt Murray to score the green goal at 6:40 p.m. mid-period.

It was Bergeron’s fifth goal in three games after a four-goal breakout in the 5-1 win over Detroit last Thursday. Brad Marchand also scored his fifth goal and Derek Forbort scored his second for the Bruins, who have won five of their last eight games.

Blues 3, Jets 2 (SO)

Jordan Binnington made 39 saves and stopped all four shootout attempts as the visit to St. Louis defeated Winnipeg.

Ryan O’Reilly scored the only goal on penalties when the Blues won for the eighth time in 11 games. Pavel Buchnevich and Jordan Kyrou each had a goal and an assist in the regular game.

Neal Pionk and Kyle Connor scored for Winnipeg and Connor Hellebuyck made 31 saves.

Sharks 4, flames 1

Logan Couture’s early third-period goal won, sparking a three-goal period that gave San Jose a win in Calgary.

Alexander Barabanov, Tomas Hertl and Jonathan Dahlen also scored for the Sharks, who grabbed a two-game skid. Adin Hill made 37 saves for the win and Brent Burns amassed two assists for his second game in a row.

Andrew Mangiapane scored for the Flames, who suffered their first regular-time loss since their season opener – a 10-game stretch with 7-0-3. Jacob Markstrom stopped 22 shots.

Ducks 3, Canucks 2 (OT)

Troy Terry scored in extra time, bringing Anaheim to their fifth straight win against hosts Vancouver.

Terry also had an assist to extend his points streak to 12 games (nine goals, seven assists), the longest in the NHL this season. Cam Fowler and Isac Lundestrom also scored, and John Gibson made 41 saves for the Ducks, who haven’t won five in a row between November 27 and December. 5, 2018.

JT Miller and Elias Pettersson scored, and Jaroslav Halak made 27 saves for Vancouver in the final of a seven-game home stand.

–Field-level media

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