NHL roundup: Isles set franchise mark with 16-game points streak

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NHL roundup: Isles set franchise mark with 16-game points streak
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Brock Nelson played in his 500th career game and scored the remaining 43.5 seconds on Thursday night. 16th

The Islanders broke the previous series with the highest franchise point in 1978-79 and went to 15-0-1 over now in a period starting on October 12, 1980-81, and 1981-82. The only deficit in New York’s current winning streak was a penguin overtime loss that took place on November 7 in Brooklyn, earning a third goal from three goals.

Tampa Bay Lightning won 16 times in a row, 15: 0: 1, from November 29, 2018, to January 3, 2019. This makes the islander’s point series the longest in the NHL. The last team game in a row, which scored at least 17 goals, was Boston Bruins, previous season’s 19 games.

Nelson led the islanders at 4:52, but Patric Hornqvist recorded the remaining 29.9 seconds to force overtime.

Panthers 5, Ducks 4 (OT)

Defender Aaron Ekblad posted 22 seconds overtime in his second goal when Florida recovered from a 4-point deficit to break Anaheim in the Florida Sunrise.

Sergei Bobrovsky won 28 parades and wins. Brett Connolly, the Panthers winger, scored twice in 27 seconds in the second half and made a comeback in Florida. Ekblad scored the third remaining 8:05 and Dominic Toninato the remaining 4:23 4: 4.

Max Jones, Nick Ritchie, Rickard Rakell and Ondrej Kase made ducks and went 4-0 in the second half of the second quarter. John Gibson scored 23 saves in Anaheim but failed to stop the Panthers in the final 22 minutes.

Blues 5, flame 0

Jordan Bennington stopped 40 shots on the first shutout of the season and defeated Calgary in his sixth career as host to St. Louis.

Zach Sanford scored the best 4 points in the career with goals and 3 assists. Oskar Sundqvist scored twice in blues, as did David Perron and Vince Dunn. David Rittich saved 26 with Flames.

Blues are 9-1-2 in 12 games past. They suffer only four regulatory losses in 23 games. Flames’ unbeaten run has reached 6 games (0-5-1). This season they are 4-9-1.

Star 5, Jets 3

When defeated by Dallas Winnipeg, Jamie Benn scored in three games in a row and lost the draw with 4:21. Benn’s goal came just 25 seconds from Jets’ 3-goal back and Winnipeg’s Luca Sbisa scored the same 3: 3.

Tyler Seguin added an empty nutter to reduce the score to 34.8 seconds. Mattias janmark, Jason Dickinson and Radek Faksa also scored in Dallas. They won the five best wins in a row and extended the point win to 10 games (9: 0: 1). Corey Perry assisted three times, and goalkeeper Ben Bishop saved 23 times.

Kyle Connor and Patrik Laine also scored goals in jets. They tried to wipe out the journey with four games. Connor Hellebuyck stopped 31 of 35 jets. Jets has been 7-1-1 in the last 9 games.

Bruins 3, Sabers 2

Brad Marchand scored twice, David Pastrnak scored his 20th goal, and Boston visited Buffalo.

After Bruins scored his third victory in the last four games, Tuukka Rask stopped the best 36 shots of the season, including the rescue of the highlighted role. Patrice Bergeron also returned to the lineup to win a helper after two games failed due to a lower-body injury.

Rasmus Ristolainen and Brandon Montour scored Sabers points, losing 9 of their last 10 (1-7-2). Linus Ullmark has stopped 24 shots.

Lightning 4, Blackhawks 2

Anthony Cirelli, Brayden Point and Cedric Paquette scored the third goal, and Tampa Bay won the Chicago venue.

Mikhail Sergachev also scored in Tampa Bay and scored two games from skids.

Brent Seabrook and Dylan Strome achieved the Blackhawks score. Chicago lost to consecutive games after winning the last four games in a row.

Kings 5, Oilers 1

Los Angeles defeated the strong Edmonton with their own score, turned a quick start to victory and extended the home win streak to 5 games.

With three assists: Tyler Toffoli, Anze Kopitar, Jeff Carter’s first goal and Drew Doughty’s game, we were able to keep Kings unbeaten in November. Despite all local success, the king is still in the last place in the Western Conference.

Connor McDavid added goals early in the second season and extended the point series to nine games. A season later, Edmonton pulled against goalkeeper Mike Smith. Oilers’ Leon Dry Cytole scored 13 points in a row. It was the longest restraint in the NHL.

Bluejacket 5, red wings 4

Boon Jenner scored Gorehead goals, and host Columbus scored three goals to overtake Detroit.

Alexandre Texier, Cam Atkinson, Oliver Bjorkstrand and Eric Robinson scored more goals for the blue jacket. Joonas Korpisalo has saved 22.

Tyler Bertuzzi scored twice as Filip Hronek, and Luke Glendening scored more goals for Red Wings. Jimmy Howard saved 32.

Sharks 2, Golden Knight 1 (OT)

Logan Couture won the extra-time winner, and goalkeeper Aaron Dell stopped San Jose to perform in Las Vegas.

Sharks substitute goalkeeper Dell scored 37 saves and won the seventh in eight games. Timo Meier won San Jose in the second term.

Brayden McNabb decided on a Vegas game just before the third half. Marc-Andre Fleury scored 27 saves for Golden Knights winning twice in a row.

Flyer 5, Hurricanes 3

Claude Giroux scored the second goal at 8:44, defeating the draw and pushing Philadelphia to Carolina in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Giroux was unattended and scored a goal for the game-winner. He has scored seven goals this season, and he added two templates for the flyer. And he lost four consecutive defeats (0-2-2). Travis Konecny ​​from Philadelphia received three assists.

Sebastian Aho, Teuvo Terravainen and Lucas Wallmark scored the Hurricane and Hurricane four wins in a row.

Wild 3, Avalanche 2

Jason Zucker scored a third-term tie, scoring Mats Zuccarello and Jordan Greenway, and Minnesota defeated Colorado in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Alex Starlock stopped 25 shots, and Ryan Suter received two wild assists.

Cale Makar had two goals, Andre Burakovsky two assists and Philipp Grubauer 28 parades for an avalanche.

Canucks 6, Predators 3

Elias Pettersson scored twice, and Vancouver beat hosts Nashville to score the top five Powerplay goals of the season, finishing three straight defeats (0: 2: 1). The predators lost six times in a row (0-5-1).

Jacob Markstrom scored 45 saves, Quinn Hughes 3 assists, Brock Boeser, J.T. Miller and Bo Horvat each had templates and goals. Canucks are 8 to 9 and have a human advantage over predators in 2019-20 after converting everything but a chance.

Calle Jarnkrok has Predator’s goals and assists, and Predators has 48-23 visitors but has been 6 to 1 in the power play. Nashville international Pekkalinne was dismissed with an average of 6.72 goals in three consecutive defeats after scoring five goals in 17 shots over two periods.

Maple Leafs 3, Coyotes 1

Tyson Barrie, Pierre Engvall and Auston Matthews scored in Toronto, played the first game under Sheldon Keefe, defeated Arizona in Glendale, Arizona, and ended six consecutive defeats.

After the dismissal of Mike Babcock, it was the first game of NHK coach Keefe, which was promoted by Toronto Marlies in the American Hockey League on Wednesday. Toronto goalkeeper Frederik Andersen scored 30 saves, only allowing the gate to close when Vinnie Hinostroza recorded the third season at 19:43. Ilya Mikheyev has added two templates to Toronto.

Darcy Kuemper has stopped 30 shots from Coyotes, who have won through Shutout in the last two games. Coyote did not close the gate after 147 minutes.

– Media at the field level

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