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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Phillip Danault completed a hat trick late in the third period www.officialcanucks.com , Paul Byron scored in overtime and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Vegas Golden Knights 4-3 on Saturday.Danault entered the game with two goals this season. His third score of the game came with 1:25 left in the third period, setting up Byron’s backhand goal 1:59 into OT.Carey Price made 23 saves, and the Canadiens swept the season series against Vegas.Brandon Pirri scored twice and Jonathan Marchessault also scored for Vegas. William Karlsson, who leads Vegas with 29 points, had two assists. Marc-Andre Fleury, one win shy of his 50th as a Golden Knight, made 43 saves.Pirri has three goals in two games since being recalled from the American Hockey League’s Chicago Wolves on Dec. 19.BLUES 3, FLAMES 1CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — David Perron had a goal and an assist and Jake Allen made 28 saves to lead St. Louis.Perron has nine goals and 11 assists in 16 games against Calgary since the start of the 2014-15 season.Tyler Bozak and Oskar Sundqvist also scored to help St. Louis finish 2-1-0 on their trip through Western Canada.Matthew Tkachuk scored his 16th goal for Calgary. The Flames have lost three straight. Calgary lost for the first time in regulation at home since Nov. 15, ending a 7-0-2 string.KINGS 3, SHARKS 2SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Ilya Kovalchuk scored in overtime in his return from an ankle injury and lifted Los Angeles.Kovalchuk also scored in the first period, and Alex Iafallo had a goal and an assist. Kovalchuk had missed 10 games after having an ankle bursectomy.Kovalchuk hadn’t recorded a point in his previous 11 games before the procedure. Jonathan Quick made 29 saves.Joe Pavelski scored a tying goal with 30 seconds left in the third period. Martin Jones stopped 28 shots for San Jose, and Lukas Radil also scored.PANTHERS 2, RED WINGS 1DETROIT (AP) — Roberto Luongo made 33 saves and Florida defeated Detroit.Mike Hoffman and Evgeni Dadonov scored for Florida. Panthers leading scorer Jonathan Huberdeau and captain Aleksander Barkov each had two assists. Barkov has seven points (four goals, three assists) in his last four games.Thomas Vanek scored for Detroit and Jimmy Howard had 21 saves.BLUE JACKETS 4, FLYERS 3PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Cam Atkinson scored two goals and Artemi Panarin had a goal and two assists as Columbus ran its winning streak to three games.Zach Werenski also scored and Pierre-Luc Dubois added three assists for the Blue Jackets.James van Riemsdyk had a goal and an assist and Sean Couturier and Phil Varone netted goals for Philadelphia, which lost its first game since interim coach Scott Gordon replaced the fired Dave Hakstol and 20-year-old Carter Hart took over the goaltending duties.Hart allowed four goals on the first 15 shots he faced and finished with 15 saves.Sergei Bobrovsky made 34 saves for Columbus.BRUINS 5, PREDATORS 2BOSTON (AP) — Patrice Bergeron returned to the lineup after missing 16 games and scored two goals Vancouver Canucks T-Shirts Authentic , reaching 300 for his career in leading Boston.Bergeron set up Brad Marchand’s tie-breaking score as Boston won for the sixth time in eight games.David Pastrnak had his team-leading 23rd goal and added two assists. Marchand had two assists and defenseman Charlie McAvoy set up Bergeron’s first goal.Jaroslav Halak stopped 28 shots in his third start for Boston and assisted on Sean Kuraly’s empty-netter.Ryan Johansen and Kyle Turris scored for Nashville, which lost its fourth straight (0-3-1) for the first time this season. Pekka Rinne made 27 saves.PENGUINS 3, HURRICANES 0RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Sidney Crosby set up three goals and Matt Murray made 38 saves as Pittsburgh blanked Carolina.Jake Guentzel scored twice and Kris Letang added a goal for the Penguins, who won for the fifth time in six games. It was Murray’s second shutout in 14 starts this season.The Hurricanes lost for the fifth time in six games.SABRES 3, DUCKS 0BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Linus Ullmark made 36 saves and Buffalo got goals from Rasmus Dahlin and Jeff Skinner in beating Anaheim.Jack Eichel and Sam Reinhart each had two assists and Connor Sheary added an empty-net goal as Buffalo snapped a two-game skid in the second game of a back-to-back.The Ducks finished a five-game road trip with their third consecutive loss following a 9-0-1 stretch. John Gibson stopped 21 shots.Sabres broadcaster Rick Jeanneret was taken out of the press box on a stretcher early in the third period. It was unclear what happened to the 76-year-old Jeanneret, who opened the broadcast dressed in a red Santa Claus suit and a white beard. He has been the team’s play-by-play man since 1971 — the longest tenure with a single team in NHL history.COYOTES 6, AVALANCHE 4GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Brad Richardson scored twice in the final 3:39 to lead Arizona past Colorado.Derek Stepan, Christian Fischer and Richard Panik scored for Arizona, and Conor Garland added his first career NHL goal.Alexander Kerfoot scored twice, and Gabriel Landeskog, and Nathan MacKinnon added goals for the Avalanche, who have lost three of four. J.T. Compher added two assists for Colorado.MAPLE LEAFS 5, RANGERS 3TORONTO (AP) — Mitch Marner scored twice during a wild third period and Toronto beat New York.The teams combined for six goals in the final period, including Marner’s empty-net goal with 20 seconds left after Chris Kreider cut the margin to 4-3.Morgan Rielly had a goal and an assist, and Patrick Marleau and Andreas Johnsson also scored for Toronto (23-10-2). Frederik Andersen made 25 saves, and John Tavares and Johnsson each had two assists as the Leafs won their third straight game.Neal Pionk and Kevin Hayes had a goal and an assist each for New York (15-13-5). Alexandar Georgiev made 31 saves.CAPITALS 4 Vancouver Canucks Hoodies Authentic , SENATORS 0OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Pheonix Copley made 35 saves for his first career shutout for Washington.Brett Connolly, Matt Niskanen, Jakub Vrana and Michal Kempny scored for the Capitals (22-10-3). Washington is 7-1-0 in its past eight games and has scored at least four goals in 10 of its past 13.Mike McKenna stopped 29 shots in place of the injured Craig Anderson.Copley is the first rookie goalie to blank the Senators since James Reimer in 2011.STARS 2, WILD 1 OTST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Alexander Radulov scored with 10 seconds on the clock in overtime to give Dallas a win over Minnesota.Ben Bishop made 30 saves for Dallas, and Jamie Benn finally beat Minnesota goaltender Devan Dubnyk 1:58 into the third period for his eighth goal in the past 14 games.Dubnyk stopped 25 shots for the Wild, who have lost four in a row and nine of 12. Jason Zucker pushed the game to overtime with his 10th goal of the season with 2:03 left in regulation.JETS 1, CANUCKS 0VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Mark Scheifele scored with 1:32 left in the third period and Laurent Brossoit made 40 saves for his first shutout for Winnipeg.Scheifele scored his 22nd of the season from the left face-off dot on a give-and-go play with defenseman Dustin Byfuglien.Brossoit’s shutout is his first in 38 NHL games.The Jets have won 11 of their last 13 games. The victory was Winnipeg’s eighth straight victory over the Canucks.The Canucks lost in regulation for just the second time in nine games (6-2-1).Vancouver goaltender Jacob Markstrom stopped 22 shots.LIGHTNING 6, OILERS 3EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Nikita Kucherov had a goal and four assists, Steven Stamkos and Tyler Johnson each scored twice and Tampa Bay extended its point streak to 12 games.J.T. Miller also scored for the NHL-leading Lightning (28-7-2), who are 11-0-1 in their last 12 games for the best run by any team in the league this season.Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Alex Chiasson and Leon Draisaitl scored for the Oilers (18-15-3), who have dropped three straight. Connor McDavid had three assists.Edmonton goalie Mikko Koskinen lost for the first time on home ice this season, falling to 7-1-0. WASHINGTON — The road doesn’t get any easier Sunday for the Arizona Coyotes.After being shutout 4-0 by the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night the Coyotes travel to play the Washington Capitals in a 5 p.m. ET start at Capital One Arena.Arizona (7-7-1) has lost three straight games after a five-game winning streak.Article continues below ...The Penguins broke a scoreless tie with three second-period goals, including one by Sidney Crosby, who later added an assist.“I had a good start and then they scored three in the second there Vancouver Canucks Hats Authentic ,” Coyotes goalie Darcy Kuemper told NHL.com. “That was kind of too big of a hole to come back. I don’t think anyone’s happy, for sure. But we just have to make sure we’re not getting overly frustrated. Kind of use it as motivation to get back out there and have our best game in a while.”Kuemper, who was starting in place of Antti Raanta (lower body injury) made 27 saves. He has allowed at least four goals in each of his last three starts.The Coyotes had a four-minute power play late in the second period but were unable to convert.“It looked like they were a little tense on that,” Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet said. “You get one there maybe you get some juice. Didn’t like that four minute. Didn’t see a lot of leading going on out there. It was discouraging for us.”Pittsburgh’s Casey DeSmith made 39 saves.Washington is the third stop in a four-game Arizona road trip.The Capitals had won two straight before Friday’s 2-1 loss to the visiting Columbus Blue Jackets.Sergei Bobrovsky outdueled Braden Holtby in a game in which all three goals came on power plays. Columbus converted 2 of 3 chances while Washington was 1-for-6.The Capitals have allowed four power play goals in their last three games.“Right now we just can’t seem to kill a penalty,” Washington defenseman Matt Niskanen said. “In a tight game, that hurts.”Niskanen, filling in for the injured John Carlson in Washington’s top power-play unit, scored the Capitals goal, his third of the season. He also lost his stick while trying to defend against Anthony Duclair, who scored the go-ahead goal on Friday.The Capitals have the NHL’s second-ranked power play (32.7 percent), but they’ll be facing a Coyotes penalty kill that leads the league with nine short-handed goals.“They’re able to really generate some offense and keep teams on their heels,” Capitals coach Todd Reirden said, “And it’s just important to understand that we have five guys on the ice, they have four, but we still need to outwork them and we still need to make sure we’re in proper position to protect our teammates and not give up any free offense on that.”Arizona boasts the NHL’s top penalty kill (91.5 percent).Carlson missed Friday’s game with a lower body injury. He practiced Saturday and could return against Arizona. Carlson is the NHL’s fourth leading scorer among defensemen with five goals and 18 points.Forward Evgeny Kuznetsov, who is on a six-game point streak, was excused from practice Saturday but is expected to play Sunday.Arizona defenseman Alex Goligoski missed Saturday night’s game due to a lower body injury.Holtby is 4-1 with a 2.80 GAA and .908 save percentage against the Coyotes.

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