NHL results | Saturday
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