NHL Roundup: Alex Ovechkin’s 28th hat-trick lifts Capitals

November 26, 2021; Washington, District of Columbia, USA; Washington Capitals left-wing Alex Ovechkin (8) is preparing to play against the Florida Panthers during the second period at Capital One Arena. / Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

November 27, 2021

Alex Ovechkin completed his 28th hat-trick by recording 4:02 in the third period to beat host Washington Capitals 4-3 against the Florida Panthers on Friday night.

Ovechkin, who scored a total of 18 goals for the season, scored to the left with a rebound from the circle to the right of the rush and slots. He has 273 career power play goals and is one of Dave and Reichuk’s NHL records shy.

Tom Wilson scored one goal and two assists, and Evgeny Kuznetsov set three tally for the Capitals. Florida was leading 1-0 early in the second period before the Capitals scored three goals at 2:12.

Jonathan Huberdeau, Sam Reinhart and Carter Verhege scored the Panthers.

Rangers 5, Bruins 2

Artemi Panarin scored the opening goal at 8:25 to play in the third period and added an assist to help lead New York past host Boston.

Panalin flipped Julian Gautier’s pass from the circle on the right while sliding down the crease. Alexis Lafreniere of New York released his wrist from the circle on the left within four minutes and scored a 2-1 goal.

Ryan Strome, Dryden Hart, and Jacob Torva (empty netters) each added one goal to New York. New York has won three games in a row and has won seven of the last eight games. Boston suffered a second defeat in three games after winning four of the previous five games.

Blackhawks 3, Bruce 2 (OT)

Alex DeBrincat scored with 3:33 overtime as Chicago gathered to visit St. Louis to defeat him.

Devlinkat took a 2: 1 pass from Patrick Kane, past Bruce goalkeeper Jordan Binnington and put a one-time under the face-off circle on the left. Jujar Kayla and Brandon Hagel also scored the Blackhawks, while goalkeeper Kevin Lankinen made 23 saves. Chicago improved to 4-0-0 at home under provisional coach Derek King.

Pavel Buchnevic had goals and assists, and Ivan Barbashev also scored for St. Louis. Binnington stopped 24 out of 27, but Bruce recorded five consecutive franchise wins in the series.

3 stars, 1 avalanche

Joe Pavelski scored twice in 18 seconds and achieved 400 career goals. Dennis Grianov also scored and host Dallas defeated Colorado.

Jake Ottinger stopped 19 and 32 shots in the third period after hitting his head and missing the last 7:22 in the second period.

Kale Macar scored goals in five consecutive games, and Darcy Quemper scored 19 saves in Colorado, winning six consecutive games. Nazem Kadori saw his 10 game point streak end.

Penguins 1, islanders 0

Tristan Jarry stopped all 25 shots he faced, and Pittsburgh stopped skidding in Elmont, NY, unmanned New York, and Kasperi Kapanen scored the only goal of the game.

Shutout is Jarry’s third with 17 starts this season and links his career height with 31 starts in 2019-20. Penguins have won five straight games.

Goalkeeper Ilya Sorokin recorded 29 saves, including an attempt to leave in the third period, but enough as the Islanders completed their first home stand 0-4-0 at UBS Arena. It wasn’t. New York fell into eight rows overall.

Lightning 3, Clayken 0

Andrey Vasilevsky recorded his 200th career win against Seattle for the first time in his host Tampa Bay with his second shutout.

Vasilevsky beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-0 on Tuesday night, stopping 34 shots and regaining strength at Kraken’s first appearance at Bayside. The Russian goalkeeper had a bright night as he faced only 17 shots to improve his career mark to 200-86-22 overall with 28 shutouts.

Pierre Edouard Bellmare-a defensive forward with excellent showdowns and penalty kills-notched the first marker of Lightning. Ross Colton and Stephen Stamkos won Lightning. Lightning has won three straight games, 6-1-0 in the last seven games.

Hurricane 6, flyer 3

Sebastian Ajo scored two goals to lift Carolina beyond host Philadelphia.

Jesperi Kotkaniemi added one goal and one assist, and Anti Laanta brought 20 saves to the hurricanes, who scored two consecutive losses (0-1-1). Andrey Svechnikov, Yesper Fast and Stephen Lorenz each scored one goal and defense Tony DeAngelo scored two assists.

Joel Farabee and defensive Ivan Provorov and Rasmus Ristolinen each scored one goal, giving Carter Hart 30 saves to the Flyers, who lost five games in a row (0-3-2).

Sabers 4, Canadiens 1

Tage Thompson scored two goals, Dustin Tokarski made 25 saves, and Buffalo visited Montreal.

Cody Eakin had goals and assists, and Kyle Okposo also scored Buffalo and lost four games in a row. Jeff Skinner and Victor Olofson each added two assists. Tokarski was pulled early in each of the previous two starts and improved his record in 4-4-2 of the season.

Josh Anderson scored the Canadians’ score, which fell 1-9-1 from Montreal this season. This is the worst roadmark in the NHL. Sam Montembeault ended with 35 saves.

Wild 7, Jets 1

Kirill Kaprizov scored one goal and three assists, and Matz Zuccarello was hit by a second period slash to lead host Minnesota in a match against Winnipeg in St. Paul, Minnesota, and two before leaving the game. I gave a score.

Alex Gorigoski, Ryan Hartmann, John Merrill and Matt Damba also scored Wild, and goalkeeper Cam Talbot made 30 saves to start the five-game homestand.

Pierre-Luc Dubois scored Winnipeg’s only goal in the most biased defeat of the season. Goalkeeper Connor Hellebuick was pulled away after surrendering four goals with 14 shots. Eric Comrie made 21 saves for Jets, who lost five games in a row.

Duck 4, Senator 0

Backup goalkeeper Anthony Stolarz, who made a rare start on the Anaheim net, made 34 saves with a shutout to Ottawa.

Likert Raquel had goals and assists, and Trevor Zegras had two assists. Isac Lundestrom, Derek Grant and Troy Terry also scored in Anaheim.

The victory snapped the duck’s three games in a row. Ottawa’s losing streak has been extended to four games, with Senators 1-9-1 in November.

Predator 4, Devil 2

Defensive Roman Josi scored goals and assists in his 700th career game and visited New Jersey to lift Nashville.

Josi has joined David Legwand, Shea Weber, and Martin Erat as the fourth player to play in 700 Predators games. Joshi commemorates this opportunity by posting his fifth multipoint game of the season, as Nashville has improved to 8-0-3 in the last 11 meetings with the devil.

Defensive Alexander Career scored goals and assists, and Michael Granlund also scored in Nashville. Nashville has won his fifth home game in six home games. Andreas Jonsson and Tomache Massarik scored at the final 8:02 of the third period as New Jersey suffered their fifth defeat in six games (1-3-2).

Blue Jackets 4, Canax 2

Gustav Nyquist scored one goal and one assist, Jack Rosslovich scored the first goal in the third period, and host Columbus defeated Vancouver’s slump.

Adam Bokvist and Max Domi also scored for the Blue Jackets, who won five out of six games. Goalkeeper Elvis Merzlikins made 39 saves with a sparkling performance.

Vasily Podkordin and Tyler Motte replied to Kanax, who has won one out of nine outings on a skid that lost in three games. Goalkeeper Thatcher Demco stopped 17 shots.

Maple Leafs 4, Shark 1

William Nylander and Wayne Simmons each scored points in the 6th minute of the opening, and when they visited Toronto, they defeated San Jose and continued to run hot.

Auston Matthews and John Tavares also scored with Maple Leafs scoring their 13th victory in the last 15 games until October 27th. Toronto also won the road game six times in a row.

Maple Leafs goalkeeper Joseph Woll scored 34 saves in his third career game as Toronto won the first three games on a four-game road trip ending in Anaheim on Sunday.

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NHL Roundup: Alex Ovechkin’s 28th hat-trick lifts Capitals

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