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Gabriel Landeskog was a factor in every Colorado goal during their 4-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild. Landeskog opened the scoring in this matchup with a goal scored 13:03 into the first period. This goal was assisted by Andre Burakovsky and Nathan MacKinnon. In the second, Landeskog notched the primary assist on Erik Johnson‘s goal. The other assist on this goal was allotted to Nathan MacKinnon. Later in the third, Landeskog picked up another primary assist. This time it was on Nazem Kadri‘s power play goal scored just under three minutes into the period. J.T. Compher was credited with the other assist on this score. Landeskog capped off his night with a second goal of his own towards the end of regulation. The assists on this last goal belonged to J.T. Compher and Erik Johnson. Landeskog now has four goals and four assists for a total of eight points this season.

The only goal scorer for the Wild was Ryan Hartman. Hartman scored 16:54 into the second on the power play to tie the game up at 1-1. His goal was assisted by Marcus Foligno and Matt Dumba.

In net for Colorado, Darcy Kuemper was just barely short of securing a shutout. He stopped all of the 26 even-strength shots he was faced with, but gave up one goal on the Wild power play. Overall, Kuemper made 29 saves on 30 shots to end his game with a save percentage of .967.

Cam Talbot was in between the pipes for the Wild. He allowed three goals on 30 shots to post a save percentage of .900.

NEW YORK 2 NASHVILLE 3 (SO)

Anthony Beauvillier was the first player on the scoreboard in this game, as he notched a power play goal 14:46 into the first period. This goal was assisted by Josh Bailey and Mat Barzal.

Tanner Jeannot then tied the game up 1-1 when he got Nashville on the board just under seven minutes into the second period. His goal was assisted by Dante Fabbro and Colton Sissons.

Oliver Wahlstrom put the Islanders back in the lead with a power play goal scored just over 12 minutes into the second. His goal was assisted by Brock Nelson and Ryan Pulock.

In the third, Tanner Jeannot would once again tie the game up with his second of the night. This goal was assisted by Matt Benning and Colton Sissons. This was the last goal scored in regulation.

In shootout, Filip Forsberg and Roman Josi found the back of the net on their attempts to seal the victory for the Predators.

Ilya Sorokin allowed two goals on 23 shots to end his game with a save percentage of .913.

Juuse Saros stopped 34 out of 36 shots to earn a save percentage of .944. He also did not allow any goals during the shootout.

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MONTREAL 2 LOS ANGELES 5

Josh Anderson opened scoring in this game when he notched a goal 18:22 into the first. His goal was assisted by Christian Dvorak and Alexander Romanov.

In the second, the Kings tied the game up with a goal by Victor Arvidsson. This goal was assisted by Anze Kopitar and Olli Maatta.

The Kings earned their first lead of the game 12:19 into the second, thanks to a power play goal scored by Arthur Kaliyev. This goal was assisted by Kale Clague and Anze Kopitar.

Rasmus Kupari put the Kings up 3-1 with a power play goal scored less than two minutes in to the third. This goal was assisted by Matt Roy and Alex Iafallo.

Alex Iafallo helped bolster the Los Angeles lead by scoring two consecutive goals. Three players earned assists on those two goals, and those players were Matt Roy, Phillip Danault, and Rasmus Kupari.

Ben Chiarot scored one final goal for Montreal with under three minutes remaining in the game. His goal was assisted by Josh Anderson and Nick Suzuki.

In net for Montreal, Jake Allen allowed five goals on 38 shots to end his game with a save percentage of .868.

On the other end of the ice, Cal Petersen allowed two goals on 28 shots for a save percentage of .929.

WINNIPEG 1 SAN JOSE 2 (OT)

Tomas Hertl scored the first goal of this game 54 seconds into the second period. This put the Sharks up 1-0. His goal was assisted by Timo Meier and Alexander Barabanov.

Kyle Connor then tied the game up 1-1 16:48 into the third period. His goal was assisted by Nikolaj Ehlers and Pierre-Luc Dubois.

In overtime, the Sharks came out on top thanks to a goal scored by Timo Meier on the power play. This game-winning goal was assisted by Kevin Labanc and Brent Burns.

FLORIDA 2 BOSTON 3 (SO)

Charlie Coyle put the Bruins up 1-0 with a goal scored towards the end of the first period. His goal was assisted by Taylor Hall and Curtis Lazar. Charlie Coyle would also go on to be the only player in shootout to find the back of the net.

Anthony Duclair tied the game up 1-1 just 47 seconds into the second period. Duclair’s goal was assisted by Carter Verhaeghe and Aaron Ekblad.

Aleksander Barkov put Florida up 2-1 with a power play goal in the third. His goal was assisted by Jonathan Huberdeau and Aaron Ekblad.

Charlie McAvoy tied the game up on the power play 13:35 into the third. His goal was assisted by Brad Marchand and Taylor Hall.

In the shootout, the Bruins came out victorious. Over the course of the game Linus Ullmark allowed two goals on 35 shots to post a save percentage of .943.

Spencer Knight made 31 saves on 33 shots to earn a save percentage of .939.

DETROIT 4 TORONTO 5

Jake Muzzin was the first player to find the back of the net in this game. He scored 19:46 into the first. His goal was assisted by T.J. Brodie and John Tavares.

Filip Zadina tied the game up 1-1 in the second with a power play goal. His goal was assisted by Moritz Seider and Sam Gagner.

19:42 into the second, Michael Bunting scored a power play goal to give the Leafs the lead again. His goal was assisted by Jason Spezza and Nick Ritchie.

Alexander Kerfoot put the Leafs up 3-1 with a goal scored 17 seconds into the third. His goal was assisted by John Tavares and Jake Muzzin.

Joe Veleno brought the Red Wings back within one with his goal scored 1:36 into the third. The sole assist on this goal was credited to Michael Rasmussen.

7:47 into the third, John Tavares scored a goal to put Toronto up 4-2. The assists on this goal belonged to Alex Kerfoot and Morgan Rielly.

Vladislav Namestnikov scored 10:11 into the third to keep the game close. His goal was assisted by Joe Veleno and Jordan Oesterle.

Mitch Marner scored an unassisted goal 17:55 into the third to put the Leafs up 5-3.

Filip Hronek was the last player to score in this game. His goal came with just under 30 seconds left in the game. It was assisted by Lucas Raymond and Filip Zadina.

In net for Detroit was Thomas Greiss. He stopped 33 out of 38 shots to post a save percentage of .868.

Petr Mrazek made 27 saves on 31 shots to earn a save percentage of .871.

NEW JERSEY 4 PITTSBURGH 2

Danton Heinen was the first player to find the back of the net in this game. The assists on this goal belonged to Zach Aston-Reese and Juuso Riikola.

Andreas Johnsson tied the game up 1-1 with his goal scored 19:23 into the first. Jesper Bratt and Dougie Hamilton got the assists on this goal.

In the second Jimmy Vesey scored a short-handed goal to give the Devils their first lead. His goal was unassisted.

Brock McGinn tied the game up 2-2 2:02 into the third. His goal was assisted by Teddy Blueger and Zach Aston-Reese.

17:00 into the third Jesper Bratt notched the game-winning goal. His goal was unassisted.

Andreas Johnsson scored the last goal of the game 18:17 into the third. This goal was assisted by P.K. Subban.

Jonathan Bernier stopped 33 out of 35 shots to post a save percentage of .943.

Tristan Jarry allowed four goals on 40 shots to end the game with a save percentage of .900.

CHICAGO 0 ST. LOUIS 1

The only goal in this game was scored by Torey Krug 7:25 into the third period on the power play. Vladimir Tarasenko and David Perron notched assists on this goal.

Marc-Andre Fleury allowed two goals on 37 shots to post a save percentage of .973.

Jordan Binnington earned himself a shutout in this game, as he stoped all of the 25 attempts he was faced with.

MINNESOTA 1 COLORADO 4

Gabriel Landeskog opened the scoring in this matchup with a goal scored 13:03 into the first period. This goal was assisted by Andre Burakovsky and Nathan MacKinnon.

The only goal scorer for the Wild was Ryan Hartman. Hartman scored 16:54 into the second on the power play to the game up at 1-1. His goal was assisted by Marcus Foligno and Matt Dumba.

In the second, Landeskog notched the primary assist on Erik Johnson‘s goal. The other assist on this goal was credited to Nathan MacKinnon.

Later in the third, Landeskog picked up another primary assist. This time it was on Nazem Kadri‘s power play goal scored just under three minutes into the period. J.T. Compher was the other assist on this score.

Landeskog capped off his night with a second goal of his own towards the end of regulation. The assists on this last goal belonged to J.T. Compher and Erik Johnson. Landeskog now has four goals and four assists for a total of eight points this season.

In net for Colorado, Darcy Kuemper made 29 saves on 30 shots to end his game with a save percentage of .967.

Cam Talbot was in between the pipes for the Wild. He allowed three goals on 30 shots to post a save percentage of .900.

EDMONTON 2 VANCOUVER 1

Warren Foegele was the first player to find the back of the net, as he scored a goal 11:39 into the first on the power play. His goal was assisted by Darnell Nurse and Evan Bouchard.

19:20 into the second, Leon Draisaitl scored a power play goal to put the Oilers up 2-0. His goal was assisted by Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Connor McDavid. Draisaitl’s goal would go on to be the game-winner in this matchup.

Brock Boeser was the only Vancouver player to see the scoreboard. He scored with seven seconds left in the game. Boeser’s goal was assisted by J.T. Miller and Bo Horvat.

For Edmonton, Mikko Koskinen allowed one goal on 30 shots to post a save percentage of .967.

For Vancouver, Thatcher Demko made 32 saves on 34 shots for a save percentage of .941.

PHILADELPHIA 0 CALGARY 4

The Flames dominated this game offensively. Sean Monahan, Matthew Tkachuk, Mikael Backlund, and Johnny Gaudreau all scored one goal each. Sean Monahan also picked up an assist on the night. Elias Lindholm and Rasmus Andersson had two assists. Tyler Pitlick, Chris Tanev, and Oliver Kylington all notched an assist each.

Jacob Markstrom stopped all of the 20 shots he was faced with to earn himself his third shutout of the year.

Carter Hart allowed three goals on 35 shots to end his night with a save percentage of .914. He gave up two goals on the Calgary power play. Hart also gave up one even-strength goal in this matchup.

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