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PITTSBURGH (AP) Taylor Hall beat Matt Murray on a breakaway 27 seconds into overtime to give the New Jersey Devils a 4-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday night.Hall was all alone when Nico Hischier found him with a long lead pass. Hall slipped the puck between Murray’s legs for his 33rd goal of the season as New Jersey picked up two vital points in the race for one of the two wild-card spots in the Eastern Conference.Hall added two assists Brendan Leipsic Jersey Kids , Hischier had a goal and an assist, and Blake Coleman and Will Butcher also scored, and Keith Kincaid made 40 saves. The Devils finished 4-2 on a six-game trip.Sidney Crosby scored his 25th of the season for Pittsburgh. Brian Dumolin and Phil Kessel scored in the third period as the Penguins erased a two-goal deficit.JETS 3, DUCKS 2, OTWINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) – Kyle Connor scored 3:16 into overtime and Winnipeg Jets edged Anaheim to set a single-season franchise record for points.Mark Scheifele and Nikolaj Ehlers also scored for the Jets (45-19-10), who won their fourth straight to reach the 100-point plateau for the first time. Winnipeg had 99 points in the 2014-15 season before being swept in the first round of the playoffs by the Ducks.The game was the second straight in which Connor scored the overtime winner. The rookie had both goals in Winnipeg’s 2-1 win over Los Angeles on Tuesday night.Nick Ritchie and Derek Grant scored for Anaheim.BRUINS 3, STARS 2DALLAS (AP) – David Pastrnak broke a tie with 12 seconds left and Boston scored three straight goals in the third period to rally past Dallas.A scramble followed a faceoff in the Dallas end, and Brad Marchand passed to Pastrnak in front. While falling down, he put the puck past Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen.Tuukka Rask made a season-high 40 saves for the Bruins. Marchand scored Boston’s first goal and also assisted on a short-handed goal by Tim Schaller that tied it midway through the third period.Esa Lindell and Jamie Benn scored for the Stars.BLUES 4, CANUCKS 1ST. LOUIS (AP) – Patrik Berglund scored twice and surging St. Louis beat Vancouver for its fourth consecutive victory.Vladimir Tarasenko and Dmitrij Jaskin also scored for St. Louis. Jake Allen made 19 saves in his eighth straight start. The Blues won for the sixth time in seven games.Sam Gagner scored for Vancouver. The Canucks have lost eight of nine.CANADIENS 3, SABRES 0BUFFALO http://www.canucksshoponline.com/authentic-alex-burmistrov-jersey , N.Y. (AP) – Antti Niemi stopped 35 shots for his first shutout in 27 months, and Montreal beat Buffalo to snap a seven-game road skid.Artturi Lehkonen scored the go-ahead goal by converting a puck that bounced off the end boards 4:56 into the second period. Former Sabres forward Paul Byron and Brendan Gallagher scored empty-net goals 22 seconds apart in the final 1:15 to seal the win. VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The old adage about wine does not apply to the Vancouver Canucks and Calgary Flames.While a bottle of red or white might get better with age, the Canucks and Flames believe they can only get better with youth. The predominantly young clubs, who both missed the playoffs last season, will begin to test that theory Wednesday night as the Canucks host the Flames in the National Hockey League season opener for both teams.“We are really young,” Vancouver center Bo Horvat, who was named an alternate captain Tuesday, told reporters. “We know where we are at. We know what people are thinking and saying about us, that we are going to finish at the bottom of the league. But that is great motivation to prove them wrong and a chance to prove ourselves this year.”Article continues below ...Horvat is at the forefront of a Canucks squad that will try to make due without retired Swedish superstars Daniel and Henrik Sedin. And, the Canucks do have plenty to prove after going 1-6 in the preseason.The most notable — and only pure new — young addition is center Elias Pettersson, 19 http://www.canucksshoponline.com/authentic-brock-boeser-jersey , the team’s 2017 first-round draft choice, who was named the most valuable player in both the regular season and playoffs while guiding Vaxjo to the Swedish Elite League championship last season.Pettersson produced 24 goals and 32 assists in 44 games in Sweden in 2018-19. Canucks management will be ecstatic if he can come close to producing similar production in 82 NHL contests.But Pettersson, a likely rookie of the year candidate, is trying not to put too much pressure on himself after a strong preseason.“I can only control what I do in the moment and not think what’s ahead of me,” the 6-foot-2, 175-pound Pettersson told reporters. “(My game is) getting better every day.”He will be the player without NHL experience in Vancouver’s lineup Wednesday, but the Canucks will give young wingers Nikolay Goldobin, Brendan Leipsic and Tyler Motte opportunities to secure permanent jobs after placing veteran forwards Sam Gagner and Darren Archibald on waivers earlier this week.“With these (other) young kids coming (up through the farm system), this could happen more and more,” general manager Jim Benning said in reference to veterans losing their jobs.Meanwhile, the Flames will feature several new, mostly young faces against the Canucks. Calgary’s newcomers include defenseman Noah Hanifin and forward Elias Lindholm http://www.canucksshoponline.com/authentic-henrik-sedin-jersey , who were acquired in the trade that sent rearguard Dougie Hamilton and winger Michael Ferland to Carolina, and rookie forward Dillon Dube and first-year defenseman Juuso Valimaki — draft picks who both cracked the team’s roster and will be in the lineup Wednesday.“What (Dube and Valimaki) are going to face (Wednesday) is the hardest competition they’ve ever faced,” Flames general manager Brad Treliving told Postmedia. “This is a real NHL game.”Dube, 19, who hails from the Calgary-area town of Cochrane, Alta., expects that he and Valimaki will be able to handle the hard going of the NHL regular season after they captained the Canadian and Finnish world junior teams, respectively, last winter.“Especially for me being from here, there’s going to be a lot of pressure,” Dube told reporters. “You’re lucky if you get to play with pressure because it’s means you’re in a good city and organization.”
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