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RALEIGH Nico Hischier Jersey , N.C. (AP) With just over a month left in the regular season, the Carolina Hurricanes are forcing their way back into the Eastern Conference playoff picture.Teuvo Teravainen and Justin Williams scored in the third period and the Hurricanes overcame yet another goal by New Jersey’s Taylor Hall to beat the Devils 3-1 on Friday night.Teravainen’s redirection at 9:37 of the third period made it 2-1, and Williams added an empty-net goal with 21 seconds remaining. Derek Ryan also scored and Cam Ward stopped 25 shots to help Carolina to its second straight win since dropping six straight.The Hurricanes temporarily pulled into a tie with Columbus for the Eastern Conference’s final playoff spot. The Blue Jackets were set to play Anaheim later Friday.”It’s crunch time, obviously,” said Ward, one of only two Carolina players who were on the team when it last made the playoffs in 2009. ”We have 17 games left now and, I mean, we’re in this together. We’re gonna fight and want to compete. Obviously we’ve got to go on a run here to get ourselves in the wild card.”Hall’s second-period goal extended his point streak to 24 games. He has scored in six of his last seven games, and 17 of his 29 goals have come since Jan. 1.Keith Kinkaid made 27 saves for the Devils, who dropped both games of a back-to-back road set.”We need a lot more guys going (other than Hall),” New Jersey coach John Hynes said. ”We don’t have enough guys playing as hard enough and committed enough, as detailed enough Dan Hamhuis Jersey Womens , for us to have success, and we got what we deserved.”After a slow, sloppy first period, the Hurricanes struck 8:10 into the second. Ryan was the beneficiary of some help from the Devils defense when his backhanded pass through the crease hit defenseman Damon Severson’s skate and redirected in.Hall evened the score with 32 seconds left in the period, redirecting Sami Vatanen’s wrist shot through his legs and just inside the near post.The Hurricanes pulled ahead for good with a nifty deflection in the third. Brett Pesce fired a slap shot from the right point that was off-target, but Teravainen, who had settled off the side of the crease, had the puck bank off his leg and past Kinkaid.”I was just trying to be around the net and Pesce shot it and it goes off my leg,” Teravainen said. ”It’s pretty good. It doesn’t hurt your ankle when it goes in.”Ward stopped the Devils’ final 12 shots, and Williams sealed it with a backhander from center ice into the empty net.”Tonight I thought our execution was really good,” Ward said. ”We stuck with it, we’re playing with some swag Youth Pavel Zacha Jersey , some confidence, and that’s good to see.”NOTES: Hall’s goal was his 70th point of the season, becoming the first Devils player to reach the 70-point mark since Ilya Kovalchuk and Patrik Elias in 2011-12. … The Devils had won five of their previous six against the Hurricanes dating to November 2016. … Hurricanes F Victor Rask had an assist on Ryan’s goal to give him three assists in his last four games. … Hurricanes F Joakim Nordstrom missed his second straight game with an upper-body injury. He is day-to-day.UP NEXTDevils: Host Vegas on Sunday.Hurricanes: Host Winnipeg on Sunday.— UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) — The New York Islanders have been winning this season thanks largely to stalwart defense and strong goaltending. A timely goal from their captain also proved huge for their playoff push in another close victory.Anders Lee scored the tiebreaking goal late in the third period and Thomas Greiss stopped 33 shots as the Islanders beat the Montreal Canadiens 2-1 on Thursday night.Defenseman Adam Pelech also scored his fifth goal of the season in the second period to help the Islanders win for the fourth time in five games to remain two points behind first-place Washington in the Metropolitan Division. New York has 12 games remaining, one more than the Capitals.“It’s so important to get these two points especially against a team like Montreal,” said the 24-year-old Pelech, who has had a breakout campaign on the blue line with 17 points. “We had plenty of guys who stepped up tonight and Greisser played a great game.”Jordie Benn had the tying goal for Montreal late in the second, and Carey Price finished with 36 saves.Lee converted on a 2-on-1 with Matthew Barzal for his team-leading 25th goal of the season with 2:57 remaining. Lee waited patiently for Barzal to pass him the puck at the edge of the left circle before whipping it past Price. Lee, who became the team’s captain this season following the departure of John Tavares, has seven goals in the last 13 games. Barzal’s assist was his team-leading 39th.“This is the kind of hockey and tight games we’re going to see the rest of the way,” Lee said. “These are the tight games you have to have.”The Islanders followed up their shutout win over division-rival Columbus on Monday with another solid defensive performance against the speedy Canadiens.“We got a chance in the third and we buried it,” Islanders coach Barry Trotz said.After a scoreless first period Authentic Taylor Hall Jersey , Pelech put the Islanders ahead at 1:20 of the second. Brock Nelson and Andrew Ladd assisted.Benn tied it with 1:50 left in the middle period when his shot from the left point eluded Greiss. Paul Byron and Nate Thompson assisted on Benn’s fifth of the season.The teams played a brisk playoff-type game with both Griess and Price making acrobatic saves at both ends. The Islanders outshout the Canadiens 15-9 in the first. The Canadiens had a 16-14 shots advantage in the second.The vibrant play continued in the third as the teams traded chances before Lee’s heroics.The Islanders are 27-10-3 in their last 40 games and now a season-high 19 games over .500. They have already surpassed last season’s win and point total when they missed the playoffs for the second straight time.This season under Trotz they are vying for a home-ice advantage to start the postseason. Trotz likes what he sees with just over three weeks left in the regular season.“We’re showing poise,” said Trotz, who coached the Washington Capitals to the Stanley Cup last spring. “In the playoffs, work ethic and patience are the difference.”The Canadiens are battling Columbus for the second wild card spot in the conference. They were coming off Tuesday’s 3-1 win over Detroit at home in which Price became the winningest goalie in Canadiens history with victory 315.“We played a team that looked like they’re ready for the playoffs. We had opportunities. In the end it was disappointing,” Price said. “It’s a learning experience. We have to move on.”NOTES: The Islanders continued to struggle on the power play, failing to convert on two chances. They are now 0 for 22 with the man advantage in their past 10 games. … The Islanders are now 10-5-2 at Nassau Coliseum. They were 12-6-2 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn this season … The teams meet again March 21 at Montreal. … The Islanders were without D Johnny Boychuk for the second straight game since he was injured against Philadelphia last Saturday. … The Islanders scratched F Tom Kuhnhackl, F Michael Dal Colle, F Ross Johnston and D Luca Sbisa … Montreal scratched F Dale Weise, F Charles Hudon, F Nicolas Deslauriers, F Matthew Peca and D Mike Reilly.UP NEXTIslanders: At Detroit on Saturday.Canadiens: Host Chicago on Saturday.
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