Bru­ins beat win­less Red Wings

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As­so­ci­ated Press BOS­TON — David Pas­tr­nak scored three times, giv­ing him 101 goals in his c a r e e r, a n d P a t r i c e Berg­eron had three as­sists as the Bos­ton Bru­ins kept Detroit win­less with an 8- 2 vic­tory over the Red Wings on Satur­day.

It was the sec­ond ca­reer hat trick for Pas­tr­nak, who has scored seven times in five games this sea­son.

Jake Debrusk scored twice and David Kre­jci had a pair of as­sists for the Bru­ins, who also got goals from Char­lie Mcavoy, An­ders Bjork and Sean Ku­raly.

Tuukka Rask had 32 saves to help Bos­ton win its fourth straight while outscor­ing op­po­nents 20- 6 since get­ting shut out by Wash­ing­ton 7- 0 in the sea­son opener.

Filip Hronek and Dy­lan Larkin scored for the Red Wings, who fell to 0- 5 for the first time since 1980. Jonathan Bernier had 31 saves. Detroit has lost its last 10 against Bos­ton.

Cana­di­ens 4 Pen­guins 3, SO

MON­TREAL — Pa u l By­ron and Jonathan Drouin scored in the shootout as the Mon­treal Cana­di­ens beat the Pitts­burgh Pen­guins.

To­mas Tatar had two goals and an as­sist, and Bren­dan Gal­lagher had a goal and an as­sist for the Cana­di­ens. Antti Niemi stopped 25 shots through over­time in his first start of the sea­son.

Do­minik Si­mon, Kris Le­tang and Phil Kes­sel scored in reg­u­la­tion for the P e n g u i n s , a n d C a s e y De­smith had 37 saves through over­time.

Af­ter By­ron and Drouin both beat De­smith blocker side in the shootout, Sid­ney Crosby had to score for Pitts­burgh to send it to the third round but he hit the out­side of the post.

Oil­ers 2, Rangers 1

NEW YORK — Connor Mcdavid scored the go- ahead goal on the power play and added an as­sist, lift­ing Ed­mon­ton to its first win of the sea­son.

Mcdavid scored his sec­ond of the sea­son at 6: 23 of the third pe­riod, redi­rect­ing the puck past goal­tender Hen­rik Lundqvist with Rangers for­ward Vladislav Names­nikov in the penalty box for hold­ing.

Preda­tors 5 Is­landers 2

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Filip Fors­berg scored twice, Vik­tor Arvids­son had a goal and an as­sist, and the Nashville Preda­tors beat the New York Is­landers.

Calle Jarnkrok and Kyle Tur­ris also scored for Nashville, which has won four of its first five games. Ju­use Saros stopped 20 shots to beat the Is­landers for the sec­ond time in eight days.

Se­na­tors 5, Kings 1

OT­TAWA, On­tario — Chris Wide­man got his first two goals in nearly a year,

and Craig An­der­son made 36 saves to lead Ot­tawa.

Wide­man tore a ham­string last Novem­ber and missed the rest of the sea­son. The 28- year- old had been without a point in his first four games this sea­son.

Trevor Lewis scored for the Kings.

Light­ning 8 Blue Jack­ets 2

TAMPA, Fla. — Vic­tor Hed­man, Cedric Pa­que­tte and Yanni Gourde had first­pe­riod goals, and the Tampa Bay Light­ning beat the Colum­bus Blue Jack­ets.

Bray­den Point scored in both the sec­ond and third pe­ri­ods, and An­drei Vasilevskiy had 30 saves for Tampa

Bay. Alex Kil­lorn, Nikita Kucherov and J. T. Miller had the other Light­ning goals.

Stars 5, Ducks 3

DAL­LAS — John Kling­berg scored the go- ahead goal late in the sec­ond pe­riod, when Dal­las scored on four of its team- record 30 shots in the pe­riod, and the Stars beat the Ana­heim Ducks.

Hur­ri­canes 5

Wild 4, OT

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Se­bas­tian Aho scored his sec­ond goal of the game in over­time to lift Carolina over the Wild.

Justin Wil­liams tied the game for Carolina with 1: 09 left in the third pe­riod, and

the Hur­ri­canes matched the best five- game start in fran­chise his­tory by ty­ing the 4- 0- 1 Hart­ford Whalers in 1995- 96.

Maple Leafs 4

Cap­i­tals 2

WASH­ING­TON — Aus­ton Matthews scored a goal in his sixth con­sec­u­tive game to start the sea­son, Fred­er­ick An­der­sen made 25 saves and the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Wash­ing­ton Cap­i­tals.

Canucks 3, Pan­thers 2

SUN­RISE, Fla. — Bo Hor­vat scored the tiebreak­ing goal in the third pe­riod, lead­ing the Van­cou­ver Canucks to a vic­tory over the Florida Pan­thers.

As­so­ci­ated Press

Bos­ton Bru­ins right wing David Pas­tr­nak cel­e­brates his third goal of Satur­day’s game with team­mates Pa­trice Berg­eron ( 37) and Brad Marc­hand as Detroit Red Wings de­fense­man Nick Jensen ( 3) skates by dur­ing the third pe­riod. The Bru­ins beat the win­less Red Wings 8- 2.

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