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Jets 3, Wild 1

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Blake Wheeler had a goal and as­sist to be­come the all-time lead­ing scorer in fran­chise his­tory and Connor Helle­buyck made 31 saves for his third shutout of the sea­son to lead Win­nipeg.

Wheeler’s 616 points sur­passed the pre­vi­ous mark set by Ilya Ko­valchuk, who played for the fran­chise when it was the Atlanta Thrash­ers.

Pa­trick Laine had two goals for the Jets, who had lost three of their past four games. Mark Scheifele scored for the eighth time in nine games, and Niko­laj Eh­lers and Lo­gan Shaw also had goals.

Alex Stalock al­lowed six goals on 28 shots in goal for Min­nesota be­fore be­ing re­moved mid­way through third pe­riod. De­van Dub­nyk fin­ished with two saves for the Wild, who have lost three of four.

Oil­ers 4, Cana­di­ens 3

EDMONTON, Al­berta — Ri­ley Shea­han got the tiebreak­ing goal in the third pe­riod, lift­ing Edmonton past Mon­treal.

Leon Drai­saitl, Connor McDavid and Josh Archibald each had a goal and an as­sist to help the Oil­ers snap a two-game skid and win for just the sec­ond time in eight games (2-5-1). Mikko Kosk­i­nen stopped 23 shots.

Jeff Petry, Phillip Danault and Max Domi scored for the Cana­di­ens, who had won two straight. Carey Price had 22 saves.

Edmonton led 2-0 and 3-2, with Mon­treal ty­ing the score twice — the last when Domi beat Kosk­i­nen glove side a minute into the third pe­riod. Shea­han re­gained the lead for the Oil­ers just over six min­utes later on a 2-on-1 with Archibald.

Preda­tors 4, Bru­ins 3, OT

BOS­TON — Ryan El­lis scored with 54.2 sec­onds left on the clock in over­time to lift Nashville past stum­bling Bos­ton.

Ro­man Josi had two goals, Filip Fors­berg also scored and Pekka Rinne stopped 29 shots to help the Preda­tors fin­ish a fourgame road trip at 3-0-1.

Pa­trice Berg­eron scored twice and Par Lind­holm had the other goal for the Bru­ins, who have won just once in their last eight games (1-5-2). Jaroslav Halak fin­ished with 25 saves.

El­lis beat Halak with a wris­ter from the bot­tom of the left cir­cle for the win­ner af­ter get­ting a pass from Ryan Jo­hansen.

Pan­thers 4, Hur­ri­canes 2

RALEIGH, N.C. — Jonathan Hu­berdeau had a goal and an as­sist in the third pe­riod, Chris Drei­dger stopped 42 shots, and Florida won its third straight.

Brian Boyle, Ev­genii Dadanov, and Noel Ac­ciari also scored for the Pan­thers. Driedger won for the sec­ond time in three starts this sea­son.

Nino Nieder­re­iter and Lu­cas Wall­mark scored for Carolina, which lost in reg­u­la­tion for the first time in eight games. Petr Mrazek fin­ished with 18 saves.

Blue Jack­ets 5, Devils 1

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Oliver Bjork­strand scored twice in the first-pe­riod, Joonas Kor­pisalo stopped 21 shots and Columbus cruised past New Jersey.

Vladislav Gavrikov, Zach Weren­ski and Gus­tav Nyquist also scored for Blue Jack­ets, who won their fourth straight de­spite be­ing rav­aged by in­juries. They have earned at least one point in a sea­son-high seven con­sec­u­tive games (5-0-2).

Will Butcher scored for the Devils and Gilles Senn, start­ing his first NHL game, made 34 saves.

Maple Leafs 4, Red Wings 1

TORONTO — Michael Hutchin­son made 29 saves in his first win of the sea­son, Toronto got its fourth straight win.

Zach Hy­man and Aus­ton Matthews each had two goals and an as­sist for the Maple Leafs, who won with its backup for the first time this sea­son.

Tyler Ber­tuzzi scored for the Red Wings, who have lost 15 of 17.

Jonathan Bernier started in net for Detroit. He stopped the three shots he faced be­fore leav­ing the game less than seven min­utes in due to a lower-body in­jury. Calvin Pickard came on in re­lief and made 16 saves in the loss.

Fly­ers 5, Sen­a­tors 4, SO

OTTAWA, On­tario — Sean Cou­turier scored the shootout win­ner to lift Philadel­phia.

James van Riems­dyk had two goals in reg­u­la­tion to lead the Fly­ers. Kevin Hayes and Jakub Vo­racek also scored, and Brian El­liott made 30 saves.

Tyler En­nis scored twice and Mark Borowiecki and An­thony Du­clair added goals for the Sen­a­tors. Mar­cus Hog­berg stopped 34 shots in his third straight start. An­ders Nils­son missed his sec­ond game with a con­cus­sion and Craig An­der­son was not ready to re­turn from a knee in­jury, but he did serve as the backup.

Cap­i­tals 3, Light­ning 1

WASH­ING­TON — Dmitry Orlov scored the go-ahead goal with 6:03 left, Braden Holtby made 26 saves and Wash­ing­ton killed off sev­eral late power plays to beat Tampa Bay.

The Cap­i­tals out­shot the Light­ning 35-27 and handed them their third loss in four games. Holtby didn’t get tested much in the first two pe­ri­ods but was at his best on a late 5-on-3 penalty kill when he made big stops on Tyler John­son and Vic­tor Hed­man.

De­fense­man Radko Gu­das scored his first goal with the Cap­i­tals, and Nic Dowd added an empty-net­ter. NHL-lead­ing Wash­ing­ton im­proved to 5-0-1 in the sec­ond half of back-to-backs this sea­son.

Reign­ing MVP Nikita Kucherov scored his 12th of the sea­son for the Light­ning, and Cur­tis McIl­henny fin­ished with 32 saves.

Black­hawks 5, Avalanche 3

DENVER — Do­minik Kuba­lik scored the go-ahead goal with 3:17 left and Chicago ral­lied in the third pe­riod to beat Colorado.

Pa­trick Kane and Kirby Dach scored 28 sec­onds apart in Chicago’s four-goal third, and Jonathan Toews had a goal and two as­sists to help the Black­hawks sal­vage the fi­nale of their four-game sea­son se­ries with the Avalanche.

Kane and Kuba­lik also had as­sists for Chicago.

Colorado outscored the Black­hawks 19-7 in the first three meet­ings but lost a late lead this time for the sec­ond straight game. Matt Calvert had two goals and Ryan Graves added a goal and an as­sist for the Avalanche.

Pitts­burgh at Van­cou­ver, late St. Louis at San Jose, late

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