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Reilly Smith scores twice, Penguins end Colorado's NHL-record road winning streak, 4-0

Thu, Oct 26, 2023
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Reilly Smith scores twice, Penguins end Colorado's NHL-record road winning streak, 4-0

PITTSBURGH (AP) - Reilly Smith scored twice, Tristan Jarry stopped 30 shots and the Pittsburgh Penguins ended Colorado's NHL-record road winning streak with a decisive 4-0 victory on Thursday.

The Avalanche had won 15 straight away from Ball Arena dating to March and came in as one of three teams in the league unbeaten on the young season. Both runs came to a halt.

Smith beat Alexandar Georgiev twice in the first period to put Colorado down multiple goals for the first time all season. Lars Eller added his first goal for Pittsburgh in the second period and Sidney Crosby scored his fourth goal midway through the third.

Jarry picked up his 15th career shutout.

Other news Bo Horvat, Noah Dobson lead Islanders to 3-2 win over Senators Cole Caufield scores in the final minute of overtime as Canadiens rally to beat Blue Jackets 4-3 McTavish scores in OT as Ducks hand Bruins their first loss of the season with a 4-3 victory

DUCKS 4, BRUINS 3, OT

BOSTON (AP) - Mason McTavish scored on a 2-on-1 break with 2:52 remaining in overtime to give Anaheim the victory and hand Boston its first loss of the season.

David Pastrnak had a goal and an assist, while Charlie McAvoy added three assists, but Boston surrendered a 3-1 lead in the third period. Charlie Coyle and Matt Grzelcyk also scored for the Bruins, now 6-1.

Anaheim forced overtime on Troy Terry's goal with 14.7 seconds left in regulation.

Boston's Linus Ullmark made 28 saves while John Gibson stopped 30 shots for the Ducks.

Bruins coach Jim Montgomery, a four-year player at the University of Maine, took time before the game to offer his condolences to the victims of the mass shootings in Lewiston.

ISLANDERS 3, SENATORS 2

NEW YORK (AP) - Bo Horvat and Noah Dobson each had a goal and an assist, and New York held on for a win over Ottawa, which lost defenseman Erik Brannstrom to an injury.

Brannstrom was stretchered off the ice after a check along the boards from Cal Clutterbuck at 8:43 of the middle period. The team announced that Brannstrom was alert, had use of his extremities and was taken to a hospital for further evaluation.

Clutterbuck also scored for New York. Ilya Sorokin made 46 saves, including one in the final seconds, as the Islanders snapped a three-game skid.

Claude Giroux and Jacob Chychrun scored for Ottawa, which lost its third straight. Joonas Korpisalo finished with 35 saves.

LIGHTNING 6, SHARKS 0

TAMPA (AP) - Jonas Johansson made 23 saves for his second consecutive shutout, Steven Stamkos had a goal and an assist, and Tampa Bay hammered winless San Jose.

Tampa Bay also got goals from Brayden Point, Michael Eyssimont, Brandon Hagel, Nicholas Paul and Luke Glendening.

San Jose goalie Mackenzie Blackwood, under constant siege, was pulled at 7:29 of the second after allowing five goals on 21 shots.

The Sharks have opened the season at 0-6-1.

HURRICANES 3, KRAKEN 2, OT

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Martin Necas scored his second goal of the game with 9.7 seconds left in overtime, and Carolina beat Seattle to snap a three-game skid.

Necas got the puck in the slot and delivered the winning shot after receiving a pass from Tony DeAngelo.

Carolina's Jesperi Kotkaniemi scored with 4:24 left in regulation to force the extra session. Necas had an assist on that goal. Frederik Andersen stopped 23 shots for the Hurricanes.

Oliver Bjorkstrand and Devin Shore scored for the Kraken, and Joey Daccord made 43 saves.

FLYERS 6, WILD 2

Bobby Brink scored his first two NHL goals, Sean Couturier, Owen Tippett, Travis Konecny and Travis Sanheim each added one and Philadelphia beat Minnesota.

Carter Hart made 26 saves while Cam Atkinson had three assists for Philadelphia.

Dakota Mermis and Marcus Foligno scored for Minnesota while Filip Gustavsson had 29 saves on the first stop of the Wild's four-day, three-city trip to the East Coast.

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