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NHL Roundup: Oilers beat Knight, improving to 5-0-0

File Photo: October 21, 2021; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Edmonton Oilers revolves around Leon Dry Zytle (29) against Arizona Coyote during its first period at the Gila River Arena. Required Credits: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

October 23, 2021

Leon Draisaitl scored twice in a three-point game, and Zack Cassian won the third-period game winner, beating Las Vegas on Friday’s sluggish Vegas Golden Knights 5-3.

Zach Hyman scored twice and goalkeeper Mikko Koskinen made 36 saves for the Oilers who won the first five games of the season.

Edmonton captain Connor McDavid has gathered assistance to become the 12th player in NHL history to start the season with five multipoint games.

Nicolas Roy, Nolan Patrick and Nicolas Hague have replied to the Golden Knights, who lost three games in a row and are at the bottom of the Pacific Division. Goalkeeper Robin Lehner stopped 28 shots.

Bruins 4, Sabers 1

Charlie Coyle scored a goal with two assists, surpassing the previous undefeated Buffalo when he visited Boston, and Linus Ulmark stopped 35 shots against the previous team.

Another former Saber, Taylor Hall, added empty netters and assists, Tomache Massarik and David Pastonack also scored, and Brad Marchan had two assists for Boston. Bruins has won the series three times in a row against the Sabers and has won 13 of the last 14 times.

Victor Olofson scored with 5:25 remaining in the regulation and Craig Anderson made 22 saves for the Sabers.

Shark 5, Maple Leafs 3

Logan Couture had two goals and assists, Timo Meier added goals and assists, and San Jose defeated Toronto to win the third straight-road game.

Eric Carlson and Jonathan Dahlé also scored the sharks who won the first four games of the season. Adin Hill stopped 30 shots for San Jose.

Jason Spezza, Ondley Kase and John Tavares scored the Maple Leafs. Maple Leafs lost two games in a row. Michael Hutchinson made 26 saves for Toronto.

Star 3, King 2 (SO)

Dallas used the short-handed Los Angeles Kings to score an overtime goal from Dennis Grianov and win the home opener.

Milo Heiskanen scored a goal to conclude the game in the third period, and Stars also scored a goal in the first period from Tyler Sigin. Braden Holtby stopped 43 shots to win.

Kings, who lost star defense Drew Doughty injured, scored goals from Anze Kopitar and Gabriel Vilardi. Jonathan Quick has made 20 saves.

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NHL Roundup: Oilers beat Knight, improving to 5-0-0

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