Kirill Kaprizov continued his stellar rookie season, scoring twice to lead away Minnesota Wild’s away team in a 4-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Friday night.
Kaprizov leads all NHL recruits with 21 goals and 40 points. He has had six goals and three assists in eight games against Kings this season, and he has broken Wild’s rookie record for aggressive style goals by scoring Saturday on Saturday. Six.
Nico Sturm and Joel Eriksson Ek also scored and Cam Talbot made 40 saves for Wild, who won the sixth straight match to match their season’s best streak. Talbot is 6-0-1 in seven appearances ago and 4-0-0 against Kings this season.
Trevor Moore and Anze Kopitar scored, while Calvin Petersen made 20 saves for the kings.
Sabers 6, Bruins 4
Sam Reinhart had a hat trick and Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen made 36 saves to win their NHL debut as home side Buffalo ended Boston’s six-game streak.
Steven Kampfer has one goal and two assists for Boston, who are fourth in the East. Tuukka Rask made 24 saves before being replaced by Jaroslav Halak in the third half.
Rasmus Dahlin had one goal and one assist, Casey Mittelstadt and Arttu Ruotsalainen also scored for Buffalo. Mattias Samuelsson had two assists to get his first NHL point.
Rangers 4, Flyers 1
Alexis Lafreniere and Pavel Buchnevich, each with a goal and an assist to bring home New York’s side past Philadelphia.
Filip Chytil and Chris Kreider each added one goal each, while Mika Zibanejad contributed two assists to score a total of 18 points after eight games against the Flyers this season. Artemi Panarin also had two assists.
Oskar Lindblom scores for Flyers. Goalkeeper Alex Lyon makes 20 shots saved.
Predators 3, Blackhawks 1
Juuse Saros made 29 saves and Ryan Ellis had two assists to help Nashville score the victory over Chicago.
Nashville ended the series with a 7-0-1 record against the Blackhawks. Ryan Johansen, Luke Kunin and Erik Haula have scored for Predators.
Vinnie Hinostroza turned down Saros’s closing with Chicago’s only goal, arriving at 16:41 of the third inning. It was necessary to watch the video again to confirm that Hinostroza’s turnaround shot just barely crossed the goal line.
Flames 4, Canadianiens 2
Sean Monahan’s early third-half goal was the winner and limited the match to three points as the home side Calgary claimed an important victory over Montreal.
Calgary’s Dillon Dube, Andrew Mangiapane and Elias Lindholm have added individual markers. Jacob Markstrom made 18 saves in a win that left fifth-ranked Flames six points ahead of fourth-placed Canadianiens in the North Division.
Tyler Toffoli and Joel Armia scored for Montreal, which received 27 saves from goalkeeper Jake Allen.
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