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Light­ning 6, Sabres 4

BUF­FALO, N.Y. — Alex Kil­lorn scored two goals, Tyler John­son had a goal and two as­sists, and the Tampa Bay Light­ning ral­lied from a three-goal deficit to beat the Buf­falo Sabres for their fourth straight win.

On­drej Palat and An­thony Cirelli each added a goal and an as­sist, Kevin Shat­tenkirk also scored, and An­drei Vasilevski­y stopped 18 shots as the Light­ning opened a four-game road trip with their 12th con­sec­u­tive win against an At­lantic Di­vi­sion op­po­nent.

Hur­ri­canes 3, Cana­di­ens 1

RALEIGH, N.C. — Erik Haula had a goal and an as­sist, lead­ing Carolina over Mon­treal.

Se­bas­tian Aho also scored and Teuvo Ter­a­vainen had two as­sists for the Hur­ri­canes (24-14-2), who won their sec­ond straight game af­ter a three-game los­ing streak. Ryan Dzin­gel scored into an empty net.

Blue Jack­ets 4, Pan­thers 1

COLUM­BUS, Ohio — Zach Werenski got his first ca­reer hat trick, Elvis Mer­likins stopped 36 shots in his first NHL start and bat­tered Colum­bus beat Florida.

Werenski and the Blue Jack­ets served up a rude home­com­ing for Florida goalie Sergei Bo­brovsky, who was mak­ing his first ap­pear­ance in Colum­bus since leav­ing as a free agent last sum­mer. Bo­brovsky, who played in Colum­bus for seven sea­sons and won two Vez­ina Tro­phies, had 24 saves.

Red Wings 2, Sharks 0

DETROIT — Jonathan Bernier made 34 saves, Tyler Ber­tuzzi scored his 15th goal and Detroit snapped a six-game los­ing streak with a vic­tory over San Jose.

It was Bernier’s first shutout of the sea­son and 18th of his ca­reer. Filip Hronek also scored for Detroit, which had dropped all six games dur­ing its skid in reg­u­la­tion.

Maple Leafs 4, Wild 1

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Aus­ton Matthews and Wil­liam Ny­lan­der each had a goal and an as­sist and Toronto beat Min­nesota.

Alexan­der Ker­foot also scored and John Tavares added an empty-net goal for Toronto, which im­proved to 7-0-1 in its last eight games. Toronto has won 13 of 18 games since Shel­don Keefe took over as coach. Fred­erik An­der­sen stopped 26 shots.

Is­lan­ders 4, Cap­i­tals 3

WASH­ING­TON — Casey Cizikas scored twice for the first time this sea­son and Tom Kuhn­hackl scored the go-ahead goal as the Is­lan­ders topped Wash­ing­ton.

For­mer Cap­i­tals goalie Se­myon Var­lamov stopped 36 shots in the vic­tory. Brock Nel­son also scored in the first pe­riod for the Is­lan­ders, who won their sec­ond straight to close a three­game trip.

Devils 3, Bru­ins 2, SO

NEWARK, N.J. — Da­mon Sev­er­son scored in the sixth round of the shootout to give New Jersey a vic­tory over Bos­ton.

Sev­er­son beat Jaroslav Halak with a back­hand and Macken­zie Black­wood clinched the win by stop­ping Pa­trice Berg­eron.

Jets 7, Avalanche 4

DEN­VER — Kyle Con­nor had three goals for his first reg­u­larsea­son hat trick, lead­ing Win­nipeg over Colorado.

Blake Wheeler scored twice and Mark Sheifele and Niko­laj Eh­lers had empty-net goals for Win­nipeg. Scheifele had three as­sists and Eh­lers had two. Con­nor Helle­buyck stopped 39 shots.

Coy­otes 3, Blues 1

GLEN­DALE, Ariz. — Phil Kes­sel scored the go-ahead goal in the third pe­riod and the Ari­zona Coy­otes beat St. Louis to halt the Blues’ eight-game win­ning streak.

Conor Gar­land also scored, Jakob Chy­chrun as­sisted on both goals and Antti Raanta stopped 38 shots as the Coy­otes ended a three-game los­ing streak. Nick Sch­maltz added an empty-net power-play goal.

Black­hawks 5, Flames 3

CAL­GARY, Al­berta — Pa­trick Kane had two goals and two as­sists, and the Chicago Black­hawks raced out to a four­goal lead and held on to beat the Cal­gary Flames.

Kane set up goals by Olli Maatta at 4:14 and Alex Debrin­cat at 5:35 and then made it 3-0 at 12:44 of the first pe­riod when he cut across the slot and beat David Rit­tich with a wrist shot from 30 feet out.

Oilers 7, Rangers 5

ED­MON­TON, Al­berta — James Neal had three goals and an as­sist and Ryan Nu­gent-Hop­kins had a goal and three as­sists as Ed­mon­ton built a six-goal lead and held on to beat New York.

Leon Drai­saitl, Josh Archibald and Kailer Ya­mamoto also scored for the Oilers (21-17-4) who snapped a two-game los­ing skid and won for just the third time in 11 games.

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