The Dallas Morning News

Mcdavid runs points total to 124


BUFFALO, N.Y. — Connor Mcdavid scored twice, giving him an Nhl-leading 54 goals this season, and the Edmonton Oilers beat the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 on Monday night.

In continuing to make his case for his third Hart MVP Trophy in eight NHL seasons, Mcdavid upped his leaguelead­ing points total to a careerbest 124 — one more than he finished with last year — and enjoyed his 12th multi-goal game of the season.

Mcdavid also extended his points streak to 11 games, in which the Oilers’ captain has 12 goals and 15 assists.

Sharks 3, Jets 2 (OT): In Winnipeg, Manitoba — Tomas Hertl scored the tying goal with 10.2 seconds left in regulation and Logan Couture got the winner 1:21 into overtime as San Jose rallied to beat Winnipeg to snap a five-game losing streak.

Steven Lorentz also scored and Erik Karlsson had two assists for San Jose, which was 04-1 during its skid. James Reimer had 36 saves.

Nate Schmidt and Nino Niederreit­er scored for Winnipeg and David Rittich finished with 21 saves to lose his third straight start (0-2-1).

Blackhawks 5, Senators 0: In Chicago, Plano native Seth Jones scored two of Chicago’s three second-period goals, and the Blackhawks stopped Ottawa’s five-game win streak.

Anders Bjork had three primary assists, and Alex Stalock made 35 saves in his 11th career shutout. Lukas Reichel, Phillipp Kurashev and Jason Dickinson

also scored as last-place Chicago (22-36-5) snapped a four-game losing streak


Toronto: Center Ryan O’reilly is going on long-term injured reserve because of a broken finger, coach Sheldon Keefe said. That means the 32year-old must miss the next 10 games.

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