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Viktor Arvidsson scored a powerful hat trick Predators According to Reuters

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Viktor Arvidsson scored his third hat trick of his career with a goal from a penalty kick on his 28th birthday to lead away Nashville Predators against the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday.

Erik Haula and Nick Cousins ​​both scored one goal and one assist while Mikael Granlund and Yakov Trenin also scored for Predators, who scored seven without equalizing. Goalkeeper Juuse Saros made 25 saves to help Nashville win for a third straight.

Thanks to the time they had won nine out of 10 and 11 out of 13, Predator solidified their place in fourth and final playoffs in the Central Division.

Darren Helm scored for the Red Wings, the last-placed team in the tournament and had a win in the past six (1-3-2). Jonathan Bernier, in his first game since his injury on 18 March, stopped 25 shots.

Storm number 3, Panthers 0

Sebastian Aho, Vincent Trocheck and Martin Necas scored and Alex Nedeljkovic posted a 24th save as Carolina beat Florida in Raleigh, NC.

Nedeljkovic made three appearances in his 20-game NHL career, all coming in his past 12 appearances. Necas and Trocheck each finished with two points.

Chris Driedger has stopped 19 shots for Florida. The Panthers have been eliminated for the third time this season, each with a 3-0 lead – against the Dallas Stars, Chicago Blackhawks and now Carolina.

Jet 4, Canadianiens 2

Connor Hellebuyck made 36 saves and Winnipeg scored three in the first phase on the way to a win over host Montreal.

Defender Josh Morrissey scored 18 seconds in the competition and Trevor Lewis and Nikolaj Ehlers also scored in the first semester for the Jets. Andrew Copp secured the victory by scoring an empty net with 38 seconds remaining in the third half.

Phillip Danault and fourth-placed Paul Byron have scored and Jesperi Kotkaniemi scored two assists for Canadaiens, who have lost three in the past four games.

Penguins 5, Rangers 2

Rookie Radim Zohorna was one of four players to have scored one goal and one assist in Pittsburgh’s win over New York.

Kris Letang, Evan Rodrigues and Jason Zucker also have a goal and an assist and Mark Jankowski scores for Pittsburgh, helping the team split into two consecutive games. Penguins goalkeeper Tristan Jarry, who was pulled after a full game on Tuesday, made 22 saves.

Colin Blackwell and Kevin Rooney scored for Rangers. Igor Shesterkin made 27 saves.

Bruins 4, Capital 2

Brad Marchand and Craig Smith, each finished with a goal and an assist as Boston beat host Washington.

Bruins was also helped by another powerful performance from rookie goalkeeper Jeremy Swayman. He made his NHL debut on Tuesday and took the win before registering 31 saves in this win. Jeremy Lauzon and Anton Blidh also scored for Boston.

Alex Ovechkin scored once for Capitals and became the eighth player to score 16 consecutive goals in a season of 20 or more goals. A goal in power play earned him the 266th of his career and took him past Brett Hull for second place of all time. TJ Oshie added one goal and one assist, while Ilya Samsonov made 28 saves.

Lightning 6, Blue Jackets 4

Blake Coleman scored one goal and two assists in four, his first game exploding with Tampa Bay winning at Columbus.

Having only won twice in their previous seven games, Lightning opened quickly to the markings of Coleman, Steven Stamkos and Barclay Goodrow in the first six minutes. Ryan McDonagh scored the first of his two goals in the final second of the period with a score of 4-1. Ross Colton has scored, and Yanni Gourde has scored the top four assists of his career.

Jack Roslovic scored one goal and two assists, while Michael Del Zotto, Zach Werenski and Max Domi scored for the Blue Jackets, who had lost 1-4-0 in the past five games.

Oilers 3, Senators 1

Kailer Yamamoto, Devin Shore and Jesse Puljujarvi each scored as Edmonton finished the season flawlessly 9-0-0 against hosts Ottawa.

Shore’s lead-up goal came from just in front of Senators at 7:02 as he diverted Caleb Jones from near the blue line past Senators goalkeeper Anton Forsberg. Goalkeeper Mike Smith made 39 saves for Edmonton.

Connor Brown netted a goal for Senators to extend his NHL most aggressive streak to six games. Forsberg made 20 saves.

Devil 6, Saber 3

Pavel Zacha scored twice and Jesper Boqvist scored the fixing goal in the third half as a visit to New Jersey beat a four-match winless streak with a win over Buffalo.

Jack Hughes, Yegor Sharangovich and Janne Kuokkanen of New Jersey each have a goal and two assists each. Aaron Dell made 24 saves to win the first of three starts for the Devil, who ended the 0-2-2 slip.

Victor Olofsson, Tage Thompson and Jeff Skinner each scored for Buffalo, ending the match 3-0. Ullmark stopped 32 shots as his three-win streak also ended.

Islanders 3, Flyers 2 (SO)

Brock Nelson scored the only goal of the shoot-out in the fifth round and Ilya Sorokin made five shoot-out saves as New York overtook Philadelphia in Uniondale, NY.

The Islanders crossed Washington two points to become first in the East Division.

The Islanders took a 2-0 lead in the game at 7:13 when Nelson and Jordan Eberle scored 63 seconds apart. Nicolas Aube-Kubel scored in the first half and Jakub Voracek scored early in the second half to end the game for the Flyers.

Stars 5, Blackhawks 1

Roope Hintz had one goal and three assists for Dallas in the win over Chicago.

Blake Comeau scored twice, Jason Robertson and Miro Heiskanen also scored and Anton Khudobin made 38 saves for the Stars, who ended the streak of two games without losing.

Dominik Kubalik scored and Kevin Lankinen made 29 saves for Chicago, the fourth-ranked Predators in the Central Division behind 4 points.

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