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sun­rise, fla.» Jaromir Jagr moved into the out­right No. 2 spot on the NHL ca­reer scor­ing list Thurs­day night, get­ting an as­sist in the Florida Pan­thers’ 3-1 loss to the Bos­ton Bru­ins.

Jagr got point No. 1,888 to break a tie with Mark Messier.

Only Wayne Gret­zky, with 2,857 points, has more than Jagr. Alek­sander Barkov was cred­ited with the goal that de­flected off the 44-year-old Czech star.


Scott Hart­nell had his ninth ca­reer hat trick and the Blue Jack­ets scored four times in a head­spin­ning third-pe­riod flurry to blow out the Pen­guins 7-1 and win their 11th straight game and take over first place in the Metropoli­tan Divi­sion. … Jeff Skin­ner and Justin Faulk scored for the Hur­ri­canes in a 3-1 vic­tory over the Sabres. … Alex Kil­lorn scored a go-ahead goal early in the third pe­riod, Jonathan Drouin added two late goals and the Light­ning ral­lied from a twogoal deficit to beat the Blues 5-2. … Peter Bu­daj made 28 saves to lead the Kings to a 4-0 vic­tory over the Preda­tors. … Cory Sch­nei­der made 16 saves in his first shutout of the sea­son, and the Devils beat the Fly­ers 4-0 to stop a seven-game los­ing streak. … Mike Hoff­man scored a pow­er­play goal at 4:03 of over­time to give the Sen­a­tors a 2-1 vic­tory over the Ducks .…The Wild beat the Cana­di­ens 4-2 for its ninth con­sec­u­tive win.


Legwand retires. David Legwand an­nounced his re­tire­ment, end­ing a 16-year NHL ca­reer. He’s Nashville’s ca­reer leader in goals (210), as­sists (356), points (566), game-win­ning goals (41) and games (956).

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