T.J. Oshie, who ended the night with an empty-netter, also had an
unassisted goal, which pulled Washington to within 3-2 early in the
third before Ovechkin tied it with 9:58 left. Oshie added two
Philipp Grubauer, who replaced starter Braden Holtby after Tampa
Bay's Steven Stamkos made it 3-0 at 9:04 of the second period,
stopped all seven shots he faced. Alex Killorn and Andrej Sustr also
scored for the Lightning.
Senators 4, Sharks 2
OTTAWA -- Ottawa scored four unanswered goals en route to a win over
San Jose at Canadian Tire Centre.
The Senators' Craig Anderson and Sharks' Alex Stalock were both
solid, as Ottawa outshot San Jose 35-33.
Bobby Ryan, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, Chris Wideman and Erik Karlsson
scored the Senators while Brent Burns and Joe Thornton scored for
Jets 5, Rangers 2
WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Bryan Little scored two first-period goals and
added an assist to lead Winnipeg over the New York Rangers at the
Dustin Byfuglien, Tyler Myers and Andrew Ladd also scored for the
Jets and Blake Wheeler had four assists.
J.T. Miller and Dan Boyle scored for the Rangers.
Canucks 4, Red Wings 3 (SO)
DETROIT -- Linden Vey and Radim Vrbata scored in the shootout to
give Vancouver a win against the Detroit at Joe Louis Arena.
Sven Baertschi had a goal and an assist and Jared McCann and Vrbata
scored for Vancouver in regulation. Ryan Miller made 25 saves.
Pavel Datsyuk had a goal and an assist and Joakim Andersson and
Henrik Zetterberg scored for Detroit in the first 65 minutes. Jimmy
Howard made 37 saves.
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Panthers 2, Hurricanes 0
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Willie Mitchell's first goal of the season broke a
scoreless tie in the third period and Florida went on to defeat
Carolina at PNC Arena.
Roberto Luongo stopped 24 shots, recording his 70th career shutout
and his second against Carolina.
Reilly Smith's empty-net goal came with 21 seconds to play, giving
him a team-leading 11 goals for the season.
Cam Ward made 16 saves for the Hurricanes.
Bruins 6, Penguins 2
PITTSBURGH -- Frank Vatrano scored three goals, Patrice Bergeron had
two more and Boston beat Pittsburgh.
Loui Eriksson also had a goal as the Bruins scored goals 5-on-5,
4-on-4, short-handed and on the power play to support Tuukka Rask,
who made 30 saves.
Conor Sheary and Trevor Daley scored for Pittsburgh.
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