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Hur­ri­canes 4, Wild 3, OT

ST. PAUL, Minn. — An­drei Svech­nikov’s goal 1:33 into over­time lifted Carolina to a vic­tory over Min­nesota.

Joel Ed­mund­son, Brock McGinn and War­ren Foegele also scored for Carolina. James Reimer made 32 saves.

Luke Kunin, Zach Parise and Car­son Soucy, who net­ted his first NHL goal, scored for the Wild. Dave Dub­nyk made 24 saves.

Stars 5, Oil­ers 4, OT

EDMONTON, Al­berta — Jamie Benn scored 1:14 into over­time, and Dal­las beat Edmonton for its third con­sec­u­tive win.

Benn con­verted a back­hand to close out Dal­las’ 3-0-1 trip to Canada. It was Benn’s first goal since Oct. 10 and his sec­ond on the sea­son.

Ja­son Dick­in­son, Miro Heiska­nen, Blake Comeau and Tyler Seguin also scored for the Stars (11-8-2), who have won 10 of 12 over­all.

Ju­jhar Khaira scored two goals for the Oil­ers (13-6-3), who have lost two of three. Leon Drai­saitl and Ethan Bear also scored.

Coy­otes 3, Flames 0

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Darcy Kuem­per stopped 37 shots and slammed an op­po­nent to the ice dur­ing a brawl in the sec­ond pe­riod, and the Ari­zona Coy­otes beat the Cal­gary Flames 3-0 Satur­day.

Af­ter Cal­gary’s Johnny Gau­dreau cross-checked Ari­zona’s Ja­son De­mers late in the sec­ond pe­riod while De­mers was down on the ice, Kuem­per put the Flames’ Matthew Tkachuk in a head­lock and flipped him off his feet. Tkachuk came up swing­ing and landed a few blows on Kuem­per in a dustup that also in­cluded Cal­gary goal­tender David Rit­tich bar­rel­ing in from the other side of the rink.

The crowd chanted Kuem­per’s name as he re­turned to the net. Three Flames and two Coy­otes com­bined for 14 penalty min­utes. Vin­nie Hi­nos­troza served Kuem­per’s four-minute rough­ing penalty, and Ras­mus An­der­s­son sat for two min­utes on Rit­tich’s be­half.

Derek Stepan, Carl Soder­berg and Law­son Crouse scored, and Ari­zona won for the third time in four games.

Kuem­per and for­ward Nick Sch­maltz played in their 200th ca­reer NHL games.

Jets 4, Light­ning 3

TAMPA, Fla. — Con­nor Helle­buyck made 31 saves and Win­nipeg over­came Steven Stamkos’ 400th goal and beat Tampa Bay.

The 29-year-old Stamkos is the ninth ac­tive player and 98th over­all to reach the mile­stone.

Mathieu Per­reault, Niko­laj Eh­lers, Jack Roslovic and Kyle Con­nor scored for Win­nipeg, which is on a 6-1-1 roll. The Jets are 9-11 in one-goal games.

An­drei Vasilevski­y fin­ished with 23 saves. Vic­tor Hed­man got his fourth of the sea­son for Tampa Bay. An­thony Cirelli also scored.

Cap­i­tals 3, Bru­ins 2, SO

BOS­TON — T.J. Oshie tied it with 59 sec­onds left in reg­u­la­tion and Jakub Vrana scored the de­ci­sive goal in the shootout as Wash­ing­ton beat Bos­ton in a matchup of the East­ern Con­fer­ence’s top teams.

Char­lie Coyle scored to open the shootout for Bos­ton, but Braden Holtby stopped the next four tries. Nick­las Back­strom tied it on Wash­ing­ton’s third try and then, af­ter Jaroslav Halak’s glove save on Alex Ovechkin went to a re­play re­view, Vrana scored the win­ner.

Holtby stopped 21 shots for Wash­ing­ton, which out­shot the Bru­ins 44-23 in reg­u­la­tion. Travis Boyd scored in reg­u­la­tion for the NHL-best Cap­i­tals.

David Pas­tr­nak scored to break a sec­ond-pe­riod tie, and Coyle also had a goal in reg­u­la­tion for Bos­ton. Halak made 42 saves for Bos­ton, which has beaten the Cap­i­tals just once in 15 tries (0-11-4).

Sabres 4, Se­na­tors 2

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Jack Eichel scored four goals to lead Buffalo over Ot­tawa.

It was the first four-goal per­for­mance of Eichel’s fiveyear NHL ca­reer, and the first by a Sabres player since Thomas Vanek in April 2010. It was Eichel’s sec­ond hat trick, with the first com­ing on Dec. 15, 2017, against Carolina.

Devils 4, Cana­di­ens 3, OT

MON­TREAL — Kyle Palmieri scored a power-play goal 1:30 into over­time to com­plete New Jer­sey’s come­back from two goals down in a win over Mon­treal.

Nikita Gu­sev, Nico His­chier and Wayne Sim­monds also scored for the Devils, who trailed 3-1 late in the sec­ond. Macken­zie Black­wood, play­ing his sec­ond game in two nights, stopped 31 shots.

Pan­thers 4, Rangers 3

SUN­RISE, Fla. — Ev­genii Dadonov scored twice to lead Florida over New York.

Mike Hoff­man and Brett Con­nolly also scored, and Jonathan Hu­berdeau and Keith Yan­dle each had three as­sists for the Pan­thers. Sergei Bo­brovsky stopped 30 shots to help coach Joel Quen­neville get his 900th ca­reer vic­tory.

Is­lan­ders 4, Fly­ers 3

PHILADEL­PHIA — An­thony Beauvil­lier scored twice dur­ing New York’s three-goal, third­pe­riod rally, and the Is­lan­ders beat Philadel­phia in a shootout.

Beauvil­lier and Mathew Barzal com­bined to erase a 3-0 deficit in the fi­nal 13 min­utes of reg­u­la­tion, and Jor­dan Eberle and Barzal scored in the shootout.

The Is­lan­ders are on a 13-0-1 roll that has vaulted them into sec­ond place in the Metropoli­tan Di­vi­sion be­hind Wash­ing­ton.

Pen­guins 6, Maple Leafs 1

PITTSBURGH — Do­minik Kahun scored two goals and Pittsburgh routed Toronto.

Kahun matched a ca­reer-high with three points. Bryan Rust also had a three-point game, with a short-handed goal and two as­sists.

Jake Guentzel and Ev­geni Malkin each had a goal and an as­sist, and Jared McCann also scored for the Pen­guins, who bounced back from Fri­day’s 2-1 loss at New Jer­sey. The Pen­guins have won three of their last seven games, but have points in seven of their last nine games.

Tris­tan Jarry made 32 saves for Pittsburgh. Jarry has al­lowed two or fewer goals in four of five out­ings.

Black­hawks 7, Preda­tors 2

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Pa­trick Kane had a goal and an as­sist, and Chicago routed Nashville for its third straight vic­tory. Robin Lehner made 39 saves for Chicago, and Alex Ny­lan­der had two goals in the third pe­riod. Erik Gustafs­son, Do­minik Kuba­lik, Brent Seabrook and David Kampf also scored.

Avalanche 5, Canucks 4, OT Sharks 4, Red Wings 3, SO

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