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BOSTON (AP) — Chris Wagner and David Backes scored Cody Eakin Jersey , Tuukka Rask stopped 31 shots and the Boston Bruins beat the Buffalo Sabres 2-1 Saturday night for their fourth straight victory.Boston won three of four games in the season series against Buffalo.Rask was looking for his first shutout of the season, but former Bruins’ defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen beat him with a wrist shot on the glove side with 2:38 left in regulation.Sabres star Jack Eichel missed his second straight game with an upper-body injury. He’s expected to be re-evaluated early next week.Linus Ullmark made 39 saves for Buffalo, which has won just once in its last five games.The Sabres pulled Ullmark with just over a minute left for an extra skater, but were unable to get a shot on goal.KINGS 4, OILERS 0LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jonathan Quick earned his 300th victory, Anze Kopitar scored his 300th goal and Los Angeles climbed out of last place in the overall NHL standings.Kyle Clifford, Tyler Toffoli and Jeff Carter scored during a dominant first period, while Kopitar added his milestone goal in the third period of the Kings‘ sixth win in nine games since mid-December.Quick made 16 saves in his 51st career shutout, fifth-most among active goalies. The veteran netminder made a handful of big stops and combined with his defense to end the five-game scoring streaks of Edmonton stars Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl.Mikko Koskinen yielded three goals on eight Kings shots before Cam Talbot replaced him in the first period for the Oilers, who have lost seven of eight.All-Star Drew Doughty had two early assists for the Kings.ISLANDERS 4, BLUES 3ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jordan Eberle and Johnny Boychuk scored 11 seconds apart in the third period to lead New York.Anders Lee and Matt Martin also scored for the Islanders, who won their season-high sixth in a row and ninth in 10 games. Robin Lehner stopped 29 shots for his seventh consecutive win.Brayden Schenn, Zach Sanford and Ryan O’Reilly scored for St. Louis Youth Colin Miller Jersey , which has lost three of its last four.BLUE JACKETS 4, PANTHERS 3, OTSUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — Seth Jones scored 18 seconds into overtime and Columbus won for the seventh time in nine games.Brandon Dubinsky, Josh Anderson and Anthony Duclair also scored for the Blue Jackets. Sergei Bobrovsky made 27 saves.Aaron Ekblad, Mike Hoffman and Jonathan Huberdeau scored for the Panthers. Keith Yandle had two assists. James Reimer stopped 31 shots. The Panthers are winless in their last seven games against Columbus (0-5-2).MAPLE LEAFS 5, CANUCKS 0TORONTO (AP) — Michael Hutchinson stopped 28 shots for his first shutout in more than two years and Auston Matthews had a goal and two assists to lead Toronto.John Tavares, Andreas Johnsson, Trevor Moore and Igor Ozhiganov also scored as the Maple Leafs snapped a two-game skid that followed a five-game winning streak. Hutchinson got his fourth career shutout and the first since Oct. 28, 2016, when he was with Winnipeg.Jacob Markstrom stopped 29 shots for Vancouver, which was shut out for the third time in four games.The Canucks, playing for the third time in four nights Calvin De Haan Jersey Womens , were without star rookie Elias Pettersson after the rookie injured his right knee in Thursday night’s 2-0 loss at Montreal. Pettersson leads all NHL rookies with 42 points (22 goals, 20 assists).PREDATORS 4, CANADIENS 1MONTREAL (AP) — Craig Smith scored two goals in the win for Nashville.Mattias Ekholm and Viktor Arvidsson also scored for the Predators. P.K. Subban had two assists. Juuse Saros stopped 27 shots in place of Pekka Rinne.Shea Weber scored against his former team for the Canadiens. Carey Price made 28 saves as Montreal lost for the first time in three games.It was the second matchup between Weber and Subban since the Predators and Canadiens traded the players in the summer of 2016. The defensemen also faced off on Mar. 2, 2017, when Montreal won 2-1 at Bell Centre.WILD 4, SENATORS 3OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Jared Spurgeon scored twice as Minnesota dealt Ottawa its seventh consecutive setback.Jordan Greenway and Zach Parise also scored for the Wild (20-17-3), who improved to 2-0 on a four-game trip. Devan Dubnyk stopped 24 shots.Matt Duchene, Ryan Dzingel and Mark Stone scored for Ottawa, and Anders Nilsson made 22 saves in his Senators debut after he was acquired Wednesday in a trade with Vancouver.FLAMES 3, FLYERS 2, OTPHILADELPHIA (AP) — TJ Brodie scored 1 minute, 59 seconds into overtime after Matthew Tkachuk tied it with 4:17 left in regulation to lead Calgary.Tkachuk assisted on the winner in the 3-on-3 extra session. Philadelphia’s Jordan Weal turned the puck over in the Flyers offensive zone to set up a 2-on-1 break. Tkachuk sent a cross-ice pass to Brodie Womens Deryk Engelland Jersey , who beat Carter Hart to lead the Pacific Division leaders to the win.Johnny Gaudreau notched his 24th goal of the season for the Flames, whose 56 points are tops in the Western Conference.Travis Sanheim and Travis Konecny scored for Philadelphia, which dropped its season-worst sixth straight game. The Flyers are in last place in the Metropolitan Division.SHARKS 5, LIGHTNING 2SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Evander Kane scored two goals to reach 200 for his career as San Jose beat Tampa Bay and snapped the NHL-leading Lightning’s 16-game point streak.Logan Couture and Joe Pavelski scored 34 seconds apart midway through the first period, setting the tone for San Jose, which never trailed as it won for the fourth time in five games. Lukas Radil also scored, Brent Burns had two assists and Erik Karlsson added two to extend his assists streak to 12 games. Martin Jones stopped 19 shots.Victor Hedman and Mikhail Sergachev scored for the Lightning, who had won seven straight and were 15-0-1 since a 3-1 loss to Anaheim on Nov. 27. Andrei Vasilevskiy finished with 28 saves. ST. LOUIS (AP) — Vladimir Tarasenko smiled when he learned the St. Louis Blues had moved into second place in the Central Division.“It’s really good, but there’s a lot of stuff still left to play for,” he said.Ryan O’Reilly scored the only goal in a shootout and the Blues slowed Colorado’s playoff push with a 3-2 victory over the Avalanche on Monday night.St. Louis has already wrapped up a playoff berth and still has a chance to win the Central Division. The Blues are tied with Nashville for second place with 94 points, two behind Winnipeg. All three teams have three games left.St. Louis owns the tiebreaker with Nashville.The Blues were last in the entire NHL at the start of January but have gone on a 28-10-4 surge since the ball dropped on 2019, including 11 straight wins from Jan. 23 through Feb. 19.“It’s been a great run http://www.officialknightsproshop.com/authentic-adidas-james-neal-jersey ,” Tarasenko said. “I’m really proud of everyone.”Meanwhile, Colorado is fighting to secure a place in the playoffs.Trying to hold onto the final postseason spot in the Western Conference, the Avalanche had won four straight and were 6-0-1 in their previous seven games. They earned one point to move two ahead of Arizona for the second wild card in the West. Both teams have three games remaining.Colorado is three points behind Dallas for the top wild card. By getting to 86 points, the Avalanche eliminated Edmonton from playoff contention.“I’m happy to get a point,” coach Jared Bednar said. “I wish we had two but I’m pretty happy to come into a really tough building against a real good team and get a point here tonight. It’ll be a big point.”Jaden Schwartz and Tarasenko scored in regulation for the Blues, who improved to 7-1-0 in their last eight games.Jordan Binnington made 24 saves in his 22nd win of the season, tying Jake Allen for most by a St. Louis rookie goaltender.“I’ve been fortunate to play a lot of games here in the final stretch of the season,” Binnington said. “I’m happy with the team and this organization. He’s (Allen) a talented guy over there. He’s a pretty special goaltender.”Alexander Kerfoot and Gabriel Landeskog scored in the third period for the Avalanche.O’Reilly scored on the Blues’ second attempt in the shootout. Colorado missed all three of its shots.“We’re happy with the win,” Binnington said. “It’s always easier to sleep when you win. I wasn’t happy about going to overtime but you’ve got to handle the situation. It’s six guys out there and they have some talented players out there.”Colorado goalie Philipp Grubauer made 25 saves.The Avalanche tied it late in the third when Kerfoot scored at 19:13. Colorado had an extra man on the ice after Grubauer was pulled with 2:16 to play in the period. Kerfoot redirected in a shot from Landeskog, who scored earlier in the period.“It was just kind of a desperation play,” Kerfoot said. “I think it was kind of a blown coverage by them a little bit and Gabe did a good job getting it to the net and I just got a stick on it,” Kerfoot said.Schwartz scored in the first period and Tarasenko tallied early in the third for St. Louis.Schwartz took a cross-ice pass from Oskar Sundqvist and tipped it in at 7:07 of the first. It was the first goal in six games for Schwartz.That goal made up for one that was taken away earlier. Tyler Bozak scored 1:40 into the game but the goal was disallowed. Bozak was ruled offside on the play.Colorado got its first shot on goal at 14:47 of the first period. St. Louis outshot the Avalanche 15-2 in the period.Neither team scored in the second as Colorado outshot the Blues 10-3.Tarasenko gave the Blues a 2-0 lead 14 seconds into the third. He scored his 31st of the season when he put in a rebound of a shot by O’Reilly.With that goal, Tarasenko moved into sole possession of fifth place in Blues history with 209 goals Jonathan Marchessault Jersey , passing Keith Tkachuk.Colorado cut the lead to 2-1 when Landeskog scored on a deflection at 6:30. It was Landeskog’s 34th goal this season.The win gave the Blues a season sweep over Colorado for the first time in team history. St. Louis did sweep the franchise four times when it was located in Quebec and called the Nordiques, with the last time coming in 1991-92. The Blues went 4-0-0 against the Avalanche this season, outscoring Colorado 12-5. At home, the Blues are 7-1-0 in their last eight games against Colorado.NOTES: Avalanche C Nathan MacKinnon needs one goal to reach 40 for the first time in his career and two points to reach 400 in the NHL. Last season, he scored a career-high 39 goals. The last 40-goal scorer for Colorado was Milan Hejduk, who had 50 in the 2002-03 season. … St. Louis D Jay Bouwmeester needs one assist for 100 with the Blues. … Colorado forward Mikko Rantanen remains day-to-day with an upper-body injury. … Colorado had scored the first goal in its previous eight games and nine of the last 10. … Linesman Tim Nowak officiated the game. It was his last game in a 26-year career that spanned 1,729 regular-season games and 114 playoff games. … Since Craig Berube took over as coach on Nov. 19, 2018, the Blues are 36-19-5.UP NEXTAvalanche: Host the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.Blues: At the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday.
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