Cane Beats Cap in Stadium Series

Martin Nekas had one goal and two assists as the Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Washington Capitals 4-1 in the Stadium Series game in front of 56,961 fans in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Saturday night. bottom.

Frederik Andersen stopped 24 shots and recorded an assist.

Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Teuvo Teravainen also had a goal and an assist each, while Paul Stastny also scored for the Hurricanes as they won their 10th in 11 games.

Tom Wilson scored for Washington with 9:28 left to prevent Andersen’s first shutout of the season.

Goaltender Darcy Kemper has made 31 saves for the Capitals on a four-game losing streak, playing three straight games without star forward Alex Ovechkin as he deals with the recent death of his father.

Avalanche 4, Blues 1

Defenseman Bowen Byram visits Colorado to beat St. Louis and score two goals.

Mikko Rantanen scored his 200th career NHL goal and added an assist for the Avalanche to extend his scoring streak to four games (3-0-1).

With Sammy Brace scoring and Jordan Binnington making 29 saves, the Blues were playing their first game since trading captain Ryan O’Reilly and forward Noel Acciari to the Toronto Maple Leafs. .

Maple Leaf 5, Canadians 1

Michael Bunting scored two goals and Toronto went to Montreal to lose.

Pierre Engvall added a goal and an assist for the Maple Leafs, who ended a three-game homestand with two straight wins. William Nylander and Dave Kamp also scored for Toronto, with Ouston Matthews and Rasmus Sandin each adding two assists. Joseph Woll recorded his 29 saves.

Josh Anderson scored for the Canadiens, who are on a two-game losing streak, after winning three in a row. Jake Allen stopped 36 shots.

Predators 7, Panthers 3

Roman Joshi scored a goal and had two assists as he scored five straight goals for Nashville as hosts Florida were overwhelmed.

Nashville also scored two goals from Thomas Novak and one each from Matt Duchene, Ryan Johansen, Colton Sissons and Yakov Trenin (empty nets). Ryan McDonagh added his game-high three assists. It was McDonagh’s first three-pointer in his game since December 5, 2021.

Nick Cousins, who played in Nashville the past two seasons, scored for the Panthers along with Matthew Tkachuk and Sam Reinhart. It was Tkachuk’s 28th goal of the season.

Bruins 6, Islanders 2

Boston won the New York visit by scoring three goals each in the first two periods.

Trent Frederick notched the third two-goal game of his career, leading the Bruins to a third straight win and a season sweep for the Islanders. Jake Debrasque and Nick Foligno scored 1 goal and 1 assist respectively, David Pastanak his 300 career assists and Linus his Urmark stopped his 26 shots.

Kyle Palmieri and Matt Martin scored, while Semyon Varlamov made 21 saves for New York. That’s 1-2-2 over the last five games. After Boston took his 3-0 lead, the Islanders finally got on the board thanks to Palmieri who scored his 6:46 in the second.

Devils 5, Penguins 2

Nico Hishier scored two goals and two assists as he traveled to New Jersey and passed Pittsburgh.

Dawson Mercer scored a goal and an assist for the Devils, as did Dougie Hamilton and Jesper Bratt. Evgeny Malkin scored both goals for the Penguins as they lost three of their four matches.

Pittsburgh goaltender Dustin Tokarski was the organization’s third option, starting with Tristan Jarry injured and backup Casey Dessmith playing less than 24 hours. Tokarski had 38 saves. In his third at 14:43, Malkin hit his shot from the slot rising his list and came close to 4-2, but with 2:04 remaining he added his net as Hisiar was empty. .

blue jacket 4, star 1

Defenseman Adam Boqvist scored a go-ahead goal early in the third period to give the visiting Columbus a win over Dallas.

Columbus’ Matthew Olivier collected a goal and two assists, Eric Robinson had one each, and Liam Hoody scored his first NHL regular-season goal of his career.Joonas Korpisalo withdrew 28 shots for the Blue Jackets. , forward Johnny Gaudreau was sidelined with a lower body injury, ending his 349-game streak.

With Ty Dellandrea scoring in the second period and Scott Wedgewood making 33 saves, the Stars have lost four straight games (0-2-2) and seven of their last nine (2-2-5). .

–Field level media

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