NHL roundup: Marchand's 5 points
lead Bruins past Pens
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[November 05, 2019]
Brad Marchand's tiebreaking
second goal with 1:57 left in regulation Monday helped the Boston
Bruins beat the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins 6-4.
Marchand's shot from the left circle went off the near post and
goalie Tristan Jarry's back. Patrice Bergeron added an empty-netter,
with Marchand getting an assist -- his fifth point on the night.
David Pastrnak had a goal and an assist, while Jake DeBrusk and
Torey Krug also scored for Boston. Jaroslav Halak stopped 40 of 44
Dominik Kahun, Nick Bjugstad, Bryan Rust and John Marino scored for
Pittsburgh, which erased an early three-goal deficit. Matt Murray
allowed three goals on 11 shots before being pulled for Jarry, who
made 12 saves.
Senators 6, Rangers 2
Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored two of Ottawa's five consecutive goals on
the way to defeating host New York, which had its two-game winning
Trailing 1-0, Pageau opened the flurry at 14:56 of the first period
for the Senators, who entered Monday with an NHL-low seven points on
the season. Ottawa went ahead for good on Tyler Ennis' goal 3:35
later then overwhelmed New York with goals by Ron Hainsey, Pageau
and Brady Tkachuk in the first 15 minutes of the second. Vladislav
Namestnikov added a goal in the third period.
Kaapo Kakko gave the Rangers a brief lead in the first period, and
Artemi Panarin scored late in the second. Goalie Alexandar Georgiev
made 24 saves for New York, which was whistled for 11 penalties.
Ottawa goalie Anders Nilsson recorded 32 saves.
Predators 6, Red Wings 1
Matt Duchene scored twice during Nashville's five-goal,
second-period barrage in a rout of host Detroit, which has lost 11
of its last 12 games.
Nick Bonino, Kyle Turris, Colton Sissons and Filip Forsberg also
scored for Nashville, while Pekka Rinne made 23 saves. Rinne had
been winless in his previous nine appearances against the Red Wings.
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Bruins center Brad Marchand (63) looks to get past Pittsburgh
Penguins defenseman Justin Schultz (4) during the third period of
Boston's 6-4 win at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA
Andreas Athanasiou scored his first goal of the season for the Red
Wings. Detroit goalies Jimmy Howard and Jonathan Bernier combined
for 20 saves.
Coyotes 3, Oilers 2 (OT)
Derek Stepan scored the game-winning goal in overtime as Arizona
managed to regroup from a late blown lead to get a win in Edmonton.
Taking advantage of a turnover, Nick Schmaltz fed Stepan on the
ensuing two-on-one rush, and the center took advantage to net his
second of the season and claim the victory at 2:01 of OT. Goalie
Darcy Kuemper made 26 saves for the Coyotes, who have won four of
five games and eight of their last 10.
Edmonton superstar Connor McDavid opened the scoring 91 seconds into
the game with the kind of goal hockey fans have come to love from
the Oilers captain. McDavid started a rush up ice, played
give-and-go with Leon Draisaitl in the neutral zone and then turned
on his jets to zip around a defender before sliding the puck into
the net for his seventh of the season.
--Field Level Media
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