NHL Re­sults/Stand­ings

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NY Rangers 3, Philadel­phia 2; Chicago 3, Ana­heim 2; San Jose 3, NY Is­lan­ders 2;Min­nesota 6, Pitts­burgh 2; Wash­ing­ton 3, Buf­falo 1; Nashville 5, Win­nipeg 1; Cal­gary 2, Bos­ton 1; Colum­bus 5, Tampa Bay 3; Detroit 5, New Jersey 4 (OT); Dal­las 2, Van­cou­ver 1; Arizona 3, Ed­mon­ton 2 (SO).

cred­ited with the goal at 9:32 of the sec­ond pe­riod that tied it 1. A scor­ing change gave the goal to Radek Faksa, who de­flected Lin­dell’s drive from the left point past goalie Ryan Miller. bWith 4:02 left in the sec­ond, Lin­dell scored from the in­side edge of the left face­off cir­cle past a screen from Pa­trick Eaves. Antti Niemi made 30 saves for Dal­las, al­low­ing only Jayson Megna’s early goal.

BLUE JACK­ETS 5, LIGHT­NING 3

Bran­don Saad scored on a power play and Cam Atkin­son had a short-handed goal in the third pe­riod in Colum­bus’ vic­tory over Tampa Bay. Alexan­der Wen­neberg, Nick Foligno and Josh An­der­son also scored to help the Blue Jack­ets im­prove to 9-2-2 in their last 13 games and 11-5-3 over­all. On­drej Palat, Ja­son Gar­ri­son and Nikita Kucherov scored for Tampa Bay. The loss was only the sec­ond for the Light­ning in their last eight games against Colum­bus.

PREDA­TORS 5, JETS 1

Colin Wil­son and Ryan Jo­hansen scored twice, Mike Fisher added three as­sists and Nashville beat Win­nipeg. James Neal also scored and Pekka Rinne made 22 saves for Nashville, winners of three straight. The Preda­tors con­tin­ued their home dom­i­nance, im­prov­ing to 8-1-1. Dustin Byfuglien scored for Win­nipeg. The Jets con­cluded their five-game trip, los­ing all five games.

FLAMES 2, BRU­INS 1

Chad John­son made 35 saves and Alex Chiasson broke a tie at 7:05 of the third pe­riod in Cal­gary’s vic­tory over Bos­ton. Com­ing off a 2-0 vic­tory Wed­nes­day night at Colum­bus, John­son al­lowed only David Pas­tr­nak’s goal off a re­bound

Tampa Bay Ot­tawa Bos­ton Florida Detroit Toronto Buf­falo

13 12 11 10 10 8 7

8 7 10

9 10 8 9

1 1 0 1 1 4 5

69 47 49 53 53 62 39

CAP­I­TALS 3, SABRES 1 RANGERS 3, FLY­ERS 2

56 50 49 54 56 67 53

COY­OTES 3, OIL­ERS 2, SO

27 25 22 21 21 20 19

NY Rangers 15 6 1 85 55 31 Wash­ing­ton 13 5 2 55 44 28 Pitts­burgh 12 6 3 62 62 27 Colum­bus 11 5 3 61 45 25 New Jersey 10 6 4 50 51 24 Philadel­phia 9 10 3 69 75 21 Carolina 8 7 4 48 52 20 NY Is­lan­ders 6 10 4 49 63 16 Note: Over­time losses (OTL) are worth one point in the stand­ings and are not in­cluded in the loss col­umn (L)

at 5:55 of the third pe­riod. Sam Ben­nett had a goal and an as­sist to help Cal­gary win for the third time in four games. Ben­nett set up win­ner with a back­hand pass from be­hind the net right to Chiasson, who eas­ily beat goalie An­ton Khu­dobin as he scram­bled to get back across. Bos­ton has lost three straight and four of five.

Marcus Jo­hans­son scored, Philipp Grubauer made 29 saves and Wash­ing­ton beat Buf­falo. Daniel Win­nik and Brett Connolly also scored to help Wash­ing­ton close its five-game home­s­tand with its fourth vic­tory. Sam Rein­hart’s third-pe­riod goal helped Buf­falo’s NHL-worst offense avoid be­ing shut out for the third this time this sea­son.

Radim Vr­bata and Oliver Ek­man-Lars­son scored in a shootout to give Arizona a 3-come­back vic­tory over Ed­mon­ton. Mike Smith made 32 saves to help the Coy­otes im­prove to 20-0-4 in the last 24 meet­ings with Ed­mon­ton. Con­nor McDavid’s shot beat Coy­otes goalie Mike Smith as time ex­pired in the 3-on-3 over­time, but the goal was dis­al­lowed on re­view when of­fi­cials deemed it did not cross the goal line be­fore time ran out. Max Domi and Shane Doan scored for Arizona. McDavid and Adam Lars­son coun­tered for Ed­mon­ton.

Matt Puem­pel scored in his first game with New York, and Hen­rik Lundqvist made 40 saves to help the Rangers beat Philadel­phia. Derek Stepan and Kevin Hayes also scored for the the Rangers. Shayne Gostibehere and Chris VandeVelde scored in the third pe­riod for Philadel­phia. —AP

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