Lightning honour Steven Stamkos’s 1,000 NHL points with a golden stick

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McDavid, Draisaitl combine for 8 points as Oilers defeat Canadiens

The Oilers scored three power-play goals in the 2nd period alone.But it was the effort to clamp down in the 3rd that McDavid discovered most encouraging. It is tough to offer up those goals at the end of the period like that, particularly with the kind of push we had to tie it back up in the 2nd half of that duration. The move proved costly as Edmonton scored a set of power-play goals, both coming on two-man advantages.Draisaitl chose the leading corner 6:27 into the 2nd to press his goal streak to five video games with his 17th of the campaign.Drai from The Spot on The Power Play pic.twitter.com/RvleQiLhvX—@EdmontonOilers!.?.!Then, at the 9:36 mark, McDavid banked a shot off Allen’s pads and through his legs to give Edmonton a 3-1 edge.

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#GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/DwWFxPV6S7—@CanadiensMTL!.?.!Edmonton scored the duration’s sixth overall goal with just 5 seconds staying as Hyman’s difficult work behind the net ultimately led to an objective by Nurse.Edmonton extended its lead 14:40 into the 3rd as Draisaitl chose off a pass and sent McDavid in alone, and he beat Allen for his second of the game and 21st of the season.Out with injuries for Edmonton were Kailer Yamamoto( concealed), Evander Kane( wrist surgical treatment), Warren Foegele( undisclosed) and Ryan McLeod( concealed).

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The Edmonton Oilers potent power play loomed big again on Saturday.Connor McDavid recorded two objectives and 2 helps, Leon Draisaitl had an objective and three helps and the Oilers beat the Montreal Canadiens 5-3 in Edmonton. The Oilers scored three power-play goals in the 2nd duration alone.But it was the effort to secure down in the third that McDavid found most encouraging.” We were not excellent for 40 minutes

, and we were lucky to find ourselves up by one after two periods,” he noted.” But I believed it was truly a good task of playing a strong, mature 3rd duration and not providing them anything. And when we did, [goalie Stuart Skinner] type of shut it down. “I thought it was a real great 3rd. ” Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Darnell Nurse likewise scored for the Oilers( 14-11-0) who have won 4 of their last five trips. Skinner made 30 saves. “I think that we’re getting increasingly more positive as the video games go on,” Skinner said.” Any [difficulty]

that gets pushed over our way, we’ve handled it pretty well. The last few video games we’ve absolutely needed to dial it in and you can see that. I imply, winning 4 out of five is big.” WATCH

Marner breaks franchise record with 19-game point streak as Maple Leafs fall to Lightning in OT

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lazy” > Mitch Marner ends up being the only Leaf with a 19-game point streak Mitch Marner’s 2nd duration shorthanded goal extends his franchise record point streak to 19 games.Marner’s power-play goal connected it at 3 with 8:05 left in the third.Tampa Bay had taken a 3-2 on power-play objectives by Nikita Kucherov and Ross Colton in the

opening 4:34 of the 3rd. Kucherov’s goal followed Marner was sent off for tripping at 4 seconds.Toronto’s John Tavares had an objective disallowed with 4:04 left in the 3rd after an evaluation identified he kicked the puck into the net.Andrei Vasilevskiy made 36 saves, and Vladislav Namestnikov also scored for the Lightning.Cirelli assisted on Namestnikov’s objective. He played 12:45.” It felt fantastic simply to be out there with the people,” Cirelli said.” It’s incredible. It’s been some time.” Steven Stamkos extended his points streak to10 video games with an assist on Kucherov’s objective. Stamkos has 5 profession 10-game points streaks. Only Martin St. Louis( 7) and Kucherov( 6)

have more in team history.WATCH

Mitch Marner broke the Toronto points streak record at 19 games, scoring short-handed and power-play objectives in the Maple Leafs’ 4-3 overtime loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday night.Alex Killorn scored from the best circle 33 seconds in the additional duration. Marner breaks franchise record in loss to Tampa Bay:< div class= "player-placeholder-video-ui" title =" Mitch Marner ends up being the only

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stick from Tampa Bay owner Jeff Vinik.Stamkos set the Lightning record with an 18-game point streak at Toronto on Mar. 11, 2009 and said he remembers it “like it was the other day because my sticks got taken after the game at the Toronto airport. Lightning honour Stamkos’s 1,000 NHL points with a golden stick:

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Mangiapane scores twice, Vladar makes 27 saves as Flames beat Capitals

Guilty of not taking advantage of their scoring chances of late, the Calgary Flames changed that on Saturday.Andrew Mangiapane scored twice and Adam Ruzicka had an objective and two assists to lead the Flames to a 5-2 victory over the Washington Capitals.Calgary fell 2-1 to Montreal on Thursday in spite of sending out 46 shots on goal. That’s where we hit him last video game, in the belly and in the hands, and this evening the objectives we scored were high. Flames press past Capitals with Mangiapane’s 2 objectives:< div class=" player-placeholder-video-ui "title =" Andrew Mangiapane powers Flames to triumph with 2 goals" function= "button" tabindex="

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have to play with in order to get pucks through, get secondary chances, get interior plays, “stated Caps’ winger Garnet Hathaway.Tied 1-1 after the first, the Flames restored their lead 1:35 into the second when Mangiapane took a pass from Backlund and wired a wrist shot from about 25 feet out over Kuemper’s shoulder.The top corner was also the formula for Coleman’s opening objective at 18:03 of the very first duration.

Guilty of not taking benefit of their scoring chances of late, the Calgary Flames changed that on Saturday.Andrew Mangiapane scored two times and Adam Ruzicka had a goal and 2 assists to lead the Flames to a 5-2 victory over the Washington Capitals.Calgary fell 2-1 to Montreal on Thursday regardless of sending 46 shots on objective. Flames push past Capitals with Mangiapane’s 2 goals:< div class=" player-placeholder-video-ui "title =" Andrew Mangiapane powers Flames to victory with 2 objectives" function= "button" tabindex="

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Horvat scores twice, including OT winner, to lift Canucks over Coyotes

Brock Boeser’s feelings ran the range Saturday.When the Vancouver Canucks right-winger got to the rink for morning skate, he learned he was set to be a healthy scratch. Bo Horvat ideas in game-winning against Arizona: < div class= "video-item video-card-overlay" title =" Bo Horvat brings

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” >< img srcset=" https://thumbnails.cbc.ca/maven_legacy/thumbnails/576/255/CP165413438_( 1). He sits 3rd in the NHL scoring race behind Dallas' Jason Robertson (22) and Connor McDavid (21) of the Edmonton Oilers.Horvat also scored in guideline for the Canucks( 10-12-3), while Hughes and Elias Pettersson each notched a set of assists.Jakob Chychrun and Christian Fischer had objectives for the Coyotes (7-11-4), who are winless in their last four outings." Vancouver got a prime opportunity to draw level late in the second when Arizona took back-to-back charges, giving the Canucks a two-man advantage for a minute and 19 seconds. Canucks gamers wore lavender-coloured warm-up jerseys with name bars paying tribute to somebody who's battled the illness.

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,” stated Coyotes coach Andre Tourigny.” Our game at 5-on-5 was quite good but a lot of charges.” The Canucks went 2 for 8 with the guy advantage Saturday

while the Coyotes were 1 for 3.” Just way a lot of charges,” Chychrun stated. “It appears to be a theme for us lately, so we have to just discover a method to avoid of package. You simply shoot yourself in the foot when you do that, so got to be a little bit more disciplined.” Vancouver got a prime possibility to draw level late in the 2nd when Arizona took back-to-back penalties, offering the Canucks a two-man benefit for a minute and 19 seconds. The home side stopped working to signed up a single shot throughout the stretch.” It’s a big belief of mine, if you can exterminate a 5-on-3, you’re normally winning the game,” Boudreau said.” But it simply goes to reveal that when we got the 4-on-3( in overtime), we changed things up that we were doing wrong on the 5-on-3 and as a result, we got the objective.” Spencer Martin stopped 21-of-23 shots for the Canucks. He takes over the crease from Thatcher Demko, who’s expected to miss about six weeks after leaving Thursday’s loss to the Florida Panthers with a lower-body injury.Karel Vejmelka made 29 saves for Arizona.Schenn sets record Vancouver’s Luke Schenn registered his 2,947 th career hit, passing previous Washington Capitals defenceman Brooks Orpik for a lot of hits by an NHL defenceman.” I think the cool thing is not always the number but it’s simply the people at the top of that list, I believe, are truthful men,” Schenn stated. “I played versus a great deal of them and I acknowledge when they’re on the ice, it’s generally a hard night, a tough shift. To be up there with those guys, it’s an honour.” The league starting tracking hits in 2005-06. A special night for Boeser, Canucks Vancouver held its annual Hockey Fights Cancer night. Canucks gamers used lavender-coloured warm-up jerseys with name bars paying tribute to someone who’s battled the illness.

Jets score 5 unanswered goals to extend Ducks losing streak to 6 games

Rick Bowness might have liked the final rating, but the coach wasn’t delighted with the method the Winnipeg Jets started their 5-2 comeback triumph over the going to Anaheim Ducks on Sunday.

” It’s just wrong to start a game like that,” stated Bowness, whose group was outshot 18-7 in the first period and was down 2-0 early in the second.

” Listen, I’m the head coach so I’m responsible for the method we begin and getting our group prepared. That begins with me. The second thing is, I’m not a sitter. These men are males. They’re specialists and they’re paid to appear here and go to work. My job here is to make that take place.

” The third thing on that would be: you can not play this game without enthusiasm. Without feeling. You can not play this game on your heels. When we’re on our heels, and I dislike. It’s not best.”

The video game was 2-2 when Morgan Barron scored at 13:23 of the third duration and Mark Scheifele quickly followed with his team-leading 13th objective of the season at 15:12.

Saku Maenalanen and Nate Schmidt each had a goal and help for the Jets (15-7-1). Dylan Samberg recorded his very first NHL goal and Kyle Connor and Adam Lowry both added a set of assists.WATCH l Barron’s 3rd-periodgoal holds up for Jets:< div class =" player-placeholder-video-ui" title="

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as Winnipeg defeated Anaheim 5-2 Sunday.Connor Hellebuyck made 28 conserves for Winnipeg, which is 2-1-0 in a four-game homestand that finishes up Tuesday versus the Florida Panthers.Barron said the gamers soaked up Bowness’s words in the dressing room after the very first duration.” There wasn’t adequate intent. It wasn’t extreme enough from us,” Barron said. “We weren’t having fun with sufficient passion because first period. We all knew it on the bench, on the ice, and I’m sure you men could distinguish the press box that held true. We require to have much better starts.”

Jakob Silfverberg and Brett Leason scored for the Ducks (6-17-3), who sit at the bottom of the NHL standings and saw their winless streak stretch to 6 games (0-4-2).

” We had an actually excellent very first period and we let them return in the 2nd, and the third duration was anyone’s game and they leapt on the opportunity,” Leason said. “We just got ta discover a way to get good starts and finish video games.”

Anthony Stolarz stopped 35 shots for Anaheim, which was coming off a 5-4 shootout loss to Minnesota on Saturday.The game was 2-2 after objectives by Maenalanen and Samberg in the 2nd duration.” I thought our men did a hell of a task

throughout the video game, leading early and holding on, “Anaheim head coach Dallas Eakins said.” The winning goal just comes off of a man. Our [defenceman] got his feet tangled up with another person and he falls. We’re probably right now in overtime or a shootout if he doesn’t fall. “The Ducks had a pair of power plays in the very first period and made the second one count. The Jets’ Josh Morrissey, third from right, blends it up with some Ducks throughout the very first period.( Fred Greenslade/Associated Press) Hellebuyck stopped a shot by Frank Vatrano but the rebound bounced out to Silfverberg, who slapped the puck into the web at 15:16. The Ducks went up 2-0 after a Samberg giveaway near centre ice turned into

a breakaway for Leason, who transformed the opportunity at 5:09 of the second.The Jets responded with some pressure and were rewarded.After Scheifele rang a shot off the post, Schmidt sent out a puck from behind the web out front to Maenalanen and he put it behind Stolarz at 10:31. Samberg redeemed himself for his earlier miscue when he connected the rating 2-2 with a point shot through traffic at 13:28. Anaheim put in an unsuccessful coach’s challenge for a high stick.Samberg said the puck hopped over this stick on the turnover.” I made a turnover there at the blue-line that cost us the second objective but to be able to rating, type of useful to bringing the team back in,” Samberg said. “A little weight off my shoulders. “Schmidt finished the scoring with a power-play goal at 19:15 of the 3rd.

Morgan Barron’s 3rd duration goal held up

as Winnipeg defeated Anaheim 5-2 Sunday.Connor Hellebuyck made 28 conserves for Winnipeg, which is 2-1-0 in a four-game homestand that covers up Tuesday versus the Florida Panthers.Barron stated the players absorbed Bowness’s words in the dressing space after the very first duration.” We had an actually good very first period and we let them get back in the 2nd, and the third duration was anyone’s video game and they jumped on the opportunity,” Leason said.”

Anthony Stolarz stopped 35 shots for Anaheim, which was coming off a 5-4 shootout loss to Minnesota on Saturday.The video game was 2-2 after goals by Maenalanen and Samberg in the second period. “The Ducks had a pair of power plays in the very first period and made the 2nd one count. The Jets’ Josh Morrissey, 3rd from right, mixes it up with some Ducks throughout the first duration.

Former Oilers head scout Barry Fraser dies at 82

Former Oilers head scout Barry Fraser, whose shrewd draft picks assisted construct a hockey dynasty in Edmonton, has passed away at 82, the team announced Sunday.The Oilers revealed in a Twitter post that Fraser died Sunday in Edmonton. The cause of death was not launched.

“He was a fun guy to be around, everybody [that had been familiar with him] enjoyed the man, even the opposing scouts around the league– he agreed individuals extremely well,” said previous Oilers head coach and basic manager Glen Sather.

“He dealt with me and the Oilers for [about] 15-18 years. We got along well, I listened to his decisions and his suggestions on who we must prepare.”

Fraser was one of the architects of the great Oiler groups of the 1980s and ’90s.

After being called the team’s director of hunting in 1979, the Kirkland, Ont. local was credited with preparing future Hall of Famers Mark Messier, Jari Kurri, Glenn Anderson, Kevin Lowe, Paul Coffey and Grant Fuhr.The franchise

went on to win 5 Stanley Cups in 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 and 1990.

“He selected a great deal of great gamers for us. We had an extremely young team. Naturally, they grew up together and became a lot of all-stars and Hall of Fame men,” Sather said.

‘Intense rival’

“You could actually decrease the list and you understand that group was prepared by the Oilers, but it was truly on the recommendations of Barry Fraser, and I don’t think scouts get enough credit from the general fan. You got an excellent chance to get better if you’re trying to develop a team and you have an excellent searching staff.”

Fraser was likewise an “extreme competitor,” Sather stated.

He was most likely in Europe half a dozen to a lots times a year. He worked difficult and that’s what it took.– Former Oilers head coach/GM Glen Sather on Barry Fraser

In the 1987 Stanley Cup last, which Edmonton won 4-3, Fraser turned his back on then-Philadelphia Flyers coach Mike Keenan who tried to shake his hand following a video game. Keenan, according to Sather, would send gamers out to combat when video games were out of reach.

” [Fraser] was an outbound character, he was fun to be around, however he was also really serious about his task and about winning and losing– disliked to lose,” Sather said.Fraser put his stamp, not only on the Oilers, however on the league. “If you take a look at the record

of that team, I would think that that’s the impact that he had on the game. We truly did a lot of things that were not typical In the NHL in those days,” Sather stated.

“And Barry belonged to that group. We had a lot of good people. We all collaborated as a group. And it wasn’t nearly as big as the groups are today as far as personnel are worried, but Barry worked really hard. He was probably in Europe half a lots to a lots times a year. He strove which’s what it took.”

Former Oilers head scout Barry Fraser, whose wise draft picks helped build a hockey dynasty in Edmonton, has actually passed away at 82, the group announced Sunday.The Oilers revealed in a Twitter post that Fraser passed away Sunday in Edmonton.’Intense competitor’

“You could really go down the list and you understand that team was prepared by the Oilers, however it was really on the recommendations of Barry Fraser, and I do not believe scouts get enough credit from the basic fan. If you’re attempting to construct a group and you have an excellent searching personnel, you got an excellent possibility to get much better. He was most likely in Europe half a lots to a dozen times a year. And it wasn’t almost as big as the teams are today as far as personnel are concerned, but Barry worked really hard.

Canadiens forward Gallagher out at least 2 weeks with lower-body injury

Ottawa Senators defenseman Artem Zub will be sidelined 3 to 4 weeks with a small fracture in his jaw, TSN reported Monday.Zub was struck in the face by a puck throughout Friday night’s 3-2 success versus the host New York Rangers. Lightning acknowledge Stamkos for reaching 1,000 points:

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Ottawa Senators defenseman Artem Zub will be sidelined 3 to 4 weeks with a little fracture in his jaw, TSN reported Monday.Zub was struck in the face by a puck during Friday night's 3-2 triumph versus the host New York Rangers. Lightning acknowledge Stamkos for reaching 1,000 points:

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Capitals overwhelm Oilers with 50 shots on net as Dowd pots winner in final frame

Throwing 50 shots on net proved to be an effective recipe for the Washington Capitals on Monday.Nic Dowd scored the video game winner as the Capitals snapped a two-game losing skid with a 3-2 triumph over the Oilers in Edmonton.” We come in here and we talk about it every day, “Oilers defenceman Darnell Nurse said of his group’s rough starts.” We sit here after the video game, talk about it over and over and over … We want to have excellent starts each and every night however, you know, we’re sitting here and it’s a part of our video game. Skinner was rock solid in the opening frame, particularly throughout a Washington power play where he made seven saves in one series, including a set of one-timers from Alex Ovechkin and a chance in tight for Oshie.Despite the slow start, the Oilers opened the scoring 1:44 into the second duration as Kulak released a blast from the point with traffic in front for his first of the season.Washington levelled the score just under 6 minutes later. Leon Draisaitl coughed the puck up in his own zone, providing Eller

a clear course to the net and he beat Skinner following a deke for his fourth of the campaign.Edmonton gained back the benefit with 4:35 to play in the middle frame when McDavid selected off a John Carlson pass and blazed up ice on a breakaway prior to beating Lindgren through his legs for a short-handed marker.McDavid’s 22nd of the year pressed his goal streak to five video games.

Throwing 50 shots on net proved to be a successful dish for the Washington Capitals on Monday.Nic Dowd scored the video game winner as the Capitals snapped a two-game losing skid with a 3-2 victory over the Oilers in Edmonton. Washington outshot Edmonton by 20 in the win. “It was one of our best wins of the season,” Capitals coach Peter Laviolette stated.” I believed it was every person in there that played actually hard and came out properly in the very first duration and were doing the ideal things.” We had gotten away from that for a couple of games.

I thought we did a good task tonight of trying to push it and control the video game. “Lars Eller and T.J. Oshie likewise scored for the Capitals( 11-12-4), who have gone 2-5-3 in their last 10 road video games. Charlie Lindgren made 28 saves.WATCH

Kadris 3-point night leads Flames over Coyotes

Kadri power-play marker stands as winner:

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Flames the win over Coyotes Nazem Kadri scored a power-play objective in the 3rd period that ended up being the winner as Calgary beat Arizona 3-2. Calgary’s power play got in the night in a comparable downturn, with simply 2 objectives in 21 opportunities across its last seven games.Elias Lindholm netted the very first power-play goal at 17:01 of the opening period in the Flames ‘first guy advantage of the contest.

” In this league, it’s hard to win and if you don’t have a good power play, it’s even harder,” Lindholm stated. “Tonight, I believed our power play won us the video game.”

In the penalty box for the winning goal was Coyotes’ Jakob Chychrun, who got his stick caught in between the legs of Flames centre Adam Ruzicka. Chychrun’s charge came less than 10 minutes after he had actually scored the game-tying objective.

” We battled back and got ourselves to tie the game up. That penalty’s just … I do not understand. I have no objective of tripping that person certainly,” stated the Coyotes defenceman. “I’m playing an one-on-one and breaking the highlight and try to increase the ice and beat him up the ice and he just falls. I think it’s just horrible but it’s regrettable. It cost us a point a minimum of.”

Dillon Dube also scored for Calgary (12-10-3), which has actually won consecutive video games. Jonathan Huberdeau chipped in a pair of helps while Dan Vladar, who started for the 5th time in the last seven games, made 18 stops.

” It’s substantial,” stated Lindholm. “To take the next step and climb into a playoff area, we’ve got to put a couple [wins] together, we can’t just be around.500 all the time and lose one, win one, lose one, and go that way.”

Shayne Gostisbehere also scored for Arizona (7-12-4), which has won simply one of its last 10 (1-6-3). Karel Vejmelka made 24 saves.Arizona finished 0-for-2 on the guy benefit with both power plays coming inside the first 5 minutes of the video game. “We had a strong start of the video game. We had two power plays get some momentum there. We had a couple of good scoring possibilities, “said Coyotes head coach Andre Tourigny.” We didn’t complete the period very strong. They made the most of their power play, took a 2-0 lead, which can be a truly difficult mission versus Calgary. “Arizona outshot the home side 7-1 by the 13-minute mark of the first period before Calgary began to tilt the ice in its favour.After an extended stretch of pressure in the Coyotes

‘ end, Dube opened the scoring deflecting a Chris Tanev point chance at 14:13 of the frame for his fifth goal of the season and fourth goal in his last 8 games.Just under three minutes later, Lindholm scored

his ninth of the project to make it 2-0.

Nazem Kadri’s current struggles came to a screeching stop on Monday in Calgary.Kadri scored the game-winning objective at 15:42 of the third period and included 2 assists to lead the Flames to a 3-2 triumph over the Arizona Coyotes.” I’ve had a lot of terrific chances

over the last handful of games so it’s nice to lastly see it strike the back of the web,” he said.The 32-year-old centre had a strong start to the campaign

, recording 8 goals and 13 points through the very first 16 video games. Nazem Kadri scored a power-play objective in the third duration that turned out to be the winner as Calgary beat Arizona 3-2. “Tonight, I believed our power play won us the video game.”

In the charge box for the winning objective was Coyotes’ Jakob Chychrun, who got his stick caught in between the legs of Flames centre Adam Ruzicka.