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Kunitz double as Penguins edge Kings

Kunitz double as Penguins edge Kings

Pittsburgh's Chris Kunitz scored the tying goal with 2:57 left in regulation and netted the deciding tally in the fourth round of a shootout to lead the Penguins to a 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings in the NHL on Saturday.
Steve Sullivan also scored _ his first of the season _ for the Penguins, who lead the NHL with 21 points.
Anze Kopitar had a goal and an assist and Simon Gagne also scored for the Kings, who have lost four straight.
Coyotes 4, Oilers 2
In Glendale, Arizona, Phoenix held off Edmonton, snapping the Oilers' six-game winning streak.
Daymond Langkow, Adrian Aucoin and Boyd Gordon scored for Phoenix, and Ray Whitney added an empty-net goal with 11 seconds left.
Rookie sensation Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, the No. 1 overall draft pick this year, scored his sixth goal for Edmonton. Theo Peckham netted his first of the season for the Oilers.
The victory was the 100th for Dave Tippett in 177 games as Phoenix coach.
Sabres 3, Senators 2, SO
In Ottawa, Derek Roy scored on Buffalo's sixth shootout attempt to give the Sabres victory over Ottawa.
Both teams converted their first two attempts but had failed to net thereafter, until Roy snapped a shot past Craig Anderson. Thomas Vanek and Brad Boyes also scored in the shootout for Buffalo, which went beyond regulation for the first time in 13 games.
Derek Roy and Jordan Leopold scored 2:16 apart midway through the second period for the Sabres.
Milan Michalek and Erik Condra scored for Ottawa, which has lost three in a row.
Predators 4, Sharks 3, OT
In San Jose, David Legwand scored his second goal of the game in overtime to lift the Nashville over San Jose.
Ryan Suter and Patric Hornqvist also scored for the Predators, who overcame a two-goal deficit in the third period.
Joe Pavelski, Martin Havlat and Logan Couture scored for the Sharks.
Bruins 7, Maple Leafs 0
In Toronto, Tyler Seguin scored his first-career hat trick as Boston smashed Toronto.
Milan Lucic added two goals and an assist for Boston, while David Krejci had a goal and two assists. Shawn Thornton also scored while Tim Thomas made 24 saves for his first shutout of the season, as the defending Stanley Cup champions showed their class after a sluggish start to the season.
Wild 2, Blues 1
In St. Paul, Minnesota, Josh Harding stopped 30 shots to win his fourth straight start, helping Minnesota edge St. Louis.
Dany Heatley and Guillaume Latendresse each scored for the Wild, who won their fourth straight in a physical game that at one point had a combined 11 players in the penalty boxes at the same time.
St. Louis' Jamie Langenbrunner scored his first goal of the season with 2 minutes to play. The Blues pulled their goalie with 1:26 to go, but couldn't get another shot past Harding.
Islanders 5, Capitals 3
In Uniondale, New York, P.A. Parenteau's goal with 1:46 remaining put New York ahead for good in the win over Washington.
The Islanders had scored only 18 goals in their first 10 games this season, but the offense clicked Saturday, as Frans Nielsen, Brian Rolston, Matt Martin and John Tavares also scored for New York, which snapped a six-game losing streak. Tavares made it 5-3 with an empty-net goal.
Joel Ward, Alex Ovechkin and Brooks Laich had goals for the Capitals.
Rangers 5, Canadiens 3
In New York, the hosts scored three times in the first period and overcame a 1-for-9 record on the power play to beat Montreal.
Erik Christensen, defensemen Dan Girardi and Michael Del Zotto also scored in the opening period when the Rangers had a 16-3 shot advantage.
New York has won three in a row, all at home.
Max Pacioretty and Andrei Kostitsyn scored in the second, and Brian Gionta added a goal late in the third for Montreal, which had its four-game winning streak snapped.
Flyers 5, Ducks 0
In Detroit, Nicklas Lidstrom had two goals and an assist for Detroit, which snapped a six-game losing streak by downing Anaheim.
The Red Wings also broke out of a scoring slump after they netted only six goals during their slide.
Johan Franzen had a goal and two assists, Niklas Kronwall and Henrik Zetterberg also scored for the Detroit, while Jimmy Howard made 22 saves for the shutout.
Devils 3, Jets 2, OT
In Newark, Adam Henrique scored his second goal of the game 1:28 into overtime to give New Jersey victory over Winnipeg.
Patrik Elias also scored for the Devils and goalie Martin Brodeur made 21 saves in his first win of the season. The NHL's career wins leader returned Wednesday after missing six games with a bruised shoulder, but was much sharper in this one.
Mark Flood scored in the third period for Winnipeg, his first NHL goal, and assisted on Jim Slater's goal that tied the game with 3 minutes remaining in regulation.
Flyers 9, Blue Jackets 2
In Philadelphia, the hosts piled on five goals in the first period and went on to hammer hapless Columbus.
Claude Giroux, Jaromir Jagr, James van Riemsdyk, Max Talbot and Jakub Voracek all netted in the big opening period.
Sean Couturier scored twice for the Flyers, whole led 8-0 after two periods, as Wayne Simmonds and Matt Carle scored just 20 seconds apart.


Updated : 2021-04-20 03:02 GMT+08:00