Miller scores twice as Rangers top Capitals
Igor Shesterkin made 26 saves for New York, which has won five of its last six.
DUCKS 5, GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Brett Leason scored twice for the first time in his NHL career, Jamie Drysdale put in his first goal in nearly 21 months and Anaheim used a four-goal first period to propel them to victory over Vegas.
Frank Vatrano and Troy Terry also had goals for Anaheim, which found the back of the net four times in the opening 12 minutes. It was the 16th time in franchise history they have scored at least four times in the first period and the first since March 16, 2021, against Colorado.
BLUES 2, STARS 1
Dallas goalie Scott Wedgewood took the loss after he had recorded a point in each of his previous 10 decisions (8-0-2). He made 28 saves.
Jason Robertson scored for the Stars.
It was the first of three games in the four days for the Blues.
BRUINS 4, SABRES 1
Special teams played a big role in the outcome as the Bruins scored on their first three power-play chances. Meanwhile, the Sabres went 0 for 6 with the man advantage.
COYOTES 5, AVALANCHE 4, OT
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Jack McBain scored with 20 seconds left in the overtime and Arizona overcame a four-goal deficit to beat Colorado for its fifth victory in six games.
Nathan MacKinnon had a goal and an assist for Colorado to extend his points streak to 19 games, one short of the franchise record set by Paul Stastny in 2006-07.
BLACKHAWKS 2, JETS 1, OT
CHICAGO (AP) — Connor Bedard scored his second goal of the game at 2:15 of a frantic overtime, leading Chicago to its second win in eight games.
Bedard, who leads NHL rookies in scoring, sent a wrist shot under the glove of Winnipeg’s Connor Hellebuyck for the first OT goal of his career and his 15th of the season.
Morgan Barron scored in regulation for Winnipeg, which lost for the second time in 11 contests (8-1-2).
Petr Mrazek made 37 saves for Chicago as Winnipeg built a 38-25 advantage in shots on goal.
KINGS 5, SHARKS 1
Fiala made amends after being benched for the final 8:58 of the first period following his poor pass that led to San Jose’s opening goal. He scored on a breakaway 2:57 into the second. Lewis put Los Angeles ahead 13 seconds later.
PENGUINS 7, ISLANDERS 0
Tristan Jarry finished with 21 saves for his fourth shutout of the season. Rickard Rakell, Radim Zohorna and Valtteri Puustinen also scored for Pittsburgh and Marcus Pettersson picked up four assists.
Letang became the first defenseman in NHL history to record five points in a period and the first player of any position in Penguins history to do so.
SENATORS 4, MAPLE LEAFS 2
TORONTO (AP) — Drake Batherson scored twice and Ottawa overcame an early two-goal deficit to beat Toronto for its second straight victory.
PANTHERS 3, LIGHTNING 2
Kucherov, the NHL points leader, missed several first-period shifts after taking a stick to the face.
HURRICANES 5, PREDATORS 2
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Sebastian Aho scored a goal and assisted on three others to lead Carolina over Nashville, which has dropped three of four.
Yaroslav Askarov replaced Saros to start the third period. Making his second career appearance, Askarov stopped all six shots he faced.
DEVILS 4, BLUE JACKETS 3, OT
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Timo Meier scored on a breakaway at 2:12 of overtime to give New Jersey its second straight comeback victory.
Luke Hughes tied it for New Jersey with 25 seconds left in regulation.
WILD 6, RED WINGS 3
Kirill Kaprizov extended his goal-scoring streak to four games, Marcus Johansson scored twice and Matt Boldy added a goal for Minnesota, which has won four in a row and seven of eight. The Wild are 11-3-0 since John Hynes took over behind the bench and have won seven straight home games.
Filip Gustavsson made 25 saves and improved to 8-2 in his last 10 starts.
Patrick Kane scored for the fourth straight game and Alex DeBrincat and Daniel Sprong added goals as the Red Wings lost for the sixth time in seven games. Detroit is 2-8-1 in its last 11 games. James Reimer finished with 25 saves; he has allowed 24 goals in his last five starts.
KRAKEN 2, FLAMES 1
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Making his first NHL start in nearly 20 months, Chris Driedger made 37 saves for Seattle, which extended its points streak to seven games (5-0-2).
Driedger, 29, had lost all three of his NHL appearances against the Flames.
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