2021-11-14 07:57:17 GMT + 00: 00 – Evgenii Dadonov scored two goals and one assist as the Vegas Golden Knights scored four goals in the third period and prevailed to beat the Vancouver Canucks 7-4 Saturday night in Las Vegas.
Jonathan Marchessault scored twice, Jake Leschyshyn and Reilly Smith scored one goal and one assist each, and Brayden McNabb also scored one goal for Vegas, which won its third game in a row.
Shea Theodore, Alex Pietrangelo and Chandler Stephenson each added two assists and Robin Lehner made 39 saves for Vegas.
Nils Hoglander scored two goals and one assist in his first three-point game of his career, while JT Miller and Tanner Pearson also scored goals for Vancouver. Thatcher Demko finished with 32 saves.
Jets 3, Kings 2 (OT)
Mark Scheifele scored the win against hosts Winnipeg after 32 seconds in extra time, ending Los Angeles’ winning streak in seven games.
Kyle Connor scored his eleventh goal of the season, Dylan DeMelo tied with a late shorthanded goal and Connor Hellebuyck made 27 saves for the Jets, who are 4-1-1 on a seven-game home stand that ends Tuesday against the Edmonton Oilers.
Carl Grundstrom and Brendan Lemieux scored, and Cal Petersen made 20 saves for the Kings, who hadn’t lost since a 3-2 loss to the visiting Jets on October 28th.
Hurricanes 3, Blues 2
Brendan Smith’s first goal of the season broke a tie with 2:57 remaining when Carolina St. Louis in Raleigh, NC. defeated
Hurricanes goalie Alex Lyon, who appeared in his first game of the season, took the win. He was tested by the Blues by 10 third period shots. Brady Skjei and Sebastian Aho previously scored for the Hurricanes, who lost two of their last three games – their only setbacks of the season. Andrei Svechnikov and Tony DeAngelo each made two assists for Carolina.
Pavel Buchnevich and Vladimir Tarasenko scored goals for the Blues. Blues goalie Joel Hofer was in his second NHL game after making his winning debut in San Jose on November 4th. He made 21 parades.
Wild 4, octopus 2
Rem Pitlick scored his first three NHL goals when Minnesota beat hosts Seattle.
Nico Sturm also scored, Ryan Hartman had three assists and Cam Talbot made 28 saves for the Wild, who improved to 5-1-0 this month.
Marcus Johansson and Alex Wennberg each scored one goal and one assist for the Kraken, losers of six of their last seven games. Philipp Grubauer stopped 18 of 21 shots.
Bruins 5, Devils 2
Brad Marchand scored two goals in 2:42 in the second period when Boston suffered a three-game losing streak with a win over New Jersey in Newark, NJ
Charlie McAvoy collected three assists for Boston and rookie goalkeeper Jeremy Swayman made 27 saves. Jake DeBrusk added a blank goal when the Bruins scored five goals for the second time this season.
Dawson Mercer and Jesper Bratt scored for the Devils. Goalkeeper Jonathan Bernier allowed four goals in 35 shots.
Maple Leafs 5, Saber 4
Morgan Rielly scored at 19:48 of the third period to lift the Toronto guest past Buffalo.
John Tavares had a goal and assist for the Maple Leafs, who have won eight of their last nine. David Kampf, Ondrej Kase and Michael Bunting also scored for Toronto.
Jeff Skinner scored two goals and an assist for the Sabers, who have lost six of their last seven. Days Thompson scored one goal and one assist and Rasmus Dahlin scored one goal.
Senators 6, penguins 3
Drake Batherson had two goals and two assists, and Ottawa rode in the second period with four goals to overturn Pittsburgh and go in a six-game losing streak.
Michael Del Zotto added a goal and an assist, Zach Sanford, Parker Kelly and Tim Stutzle also scored, and Thomas Chabot added two assists for the Senators.
Evan Rodrigues scored twice, and Kasperi Kapanen scored one goal and one assist for the Penguins. Casey DeSmith made 18 saves for Pittsburgh.
Red Wings 3, Canadians 2 (OT)
Dylan Larkin scored two goals, including the winning goal in extra time, and led hosts Detroit past Montreal.
Pius Suter scored for Detroit too, and Alex Nedeljkovic made 35 saves to win his third straight start. It was the last meeting of the two teams in the regular season that Montreal won the Series 2-1.
For Montreal, Chris Wideman had one goal and one assist, and Ryan Poehling also scored. Montembeault, who was called up late in the first third after a collision in Tormund between starter Jake Allen and Larkin, finished with 22 saves.
Rangers 5, blue jackets 3
Artemi Panarin and Chris Kreider each scored two goals, including one each during a 63-second three-way battle in the second period when New York led hosts Columbus.
Jacob Trouba ended the second-third breakout for the Rangers, who have won twice in a row. Goalkeeper Igor Shesterkin made 31 saves before being drawn 6:45 minutes back after a collision with Alexandre Texier after the Blue Jackets’ final goal. Alexandar Georgiev made two parades, relieved.
Jakub Voracek, Eric Robinson and Texier all scored for the Blue Jackets, who lost both ends of an encounter to the Rangers and Washington Capitals. Goalkeeper Elvis Merzlikins recorded 36 saves.
Blitz 3, Panther 2 (OT)
Brayden Point scored 2-13 in overtime on a breakaway when Tampa Bay extended their streak to seven games in a win against Visiting Florida.
Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy and Panthers colleague Sergei Bobrovsky both made excellent saves in the first minute of extra time, but Point took a long pass from Ondrej Palat and shot the winning goal past Bobrovsky.
Pat Maroon and Victor Hedman scored their second goals of the season for Tampa Bay, which is 5-0-2 in a row. Vasilevskiy scored two goals in 28 shots to make it 6-2-3.
Predators 4, Coyotes 1
Roman Josi had two goals and two assists and Matt Duchene scored his seventh goal in his last seven games to put hosts Nashville past Arizona.
Mikael Granlund also scored for Nashville, who have won three straight wins and are 8-1-1 in their last 10 games. Juuse Saros made 22 saves and led a shutout in the second half of the third period. He has allowed two goals or less in 10 of his 12 starts.
Jakob Chychrun scored his first goal of the season and Karel Vejmelka made 20 saves for Arizona, which lost its third series in a row.
Stars 5, Flyer 2
Roope Hintz and Luke Glendening each scored one goal and one assist as hosts Dallas led Philadelphia to end a streak of two games.
Joe Pavelski, Tyler Seguin and Radek Faksa each scored one goal for the Stars, and goalkeeper Anton Khudobin made 31 saves.
James van Riemsdyk and Ivan Provorov each scored one goal for the Flyers. Kevin Hayes made an assist on his debut after off-season abdominal surgery and goalkeeper Martin Jones stopped 26 shots.
Avalanche 6, sharks 2
Sam Girard had one goal and three assists, Nazem Kadri had one goal and two assists, and hosts Colorado beat San Jose.
Alex Newhook, Logan O’Connor, Devon Toews and Andre Burakovsky also scored, and Darcey Kuemper had 28 saves for Colorado, which center JT Compher lost in the first period to an upper body injury.
Logan Couture and Alexander Barabanov met and Adin Hill stopped 25 shots for the Sharks.
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