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TORONTO (AP) — Matt Murray made 38 saves for his first shutout of the season and the Pittsburgh Penguins snapped the Toronto Maple Leafs‘ winning streak at five games with a stifling 3-0 victory Thursday night.Evgeni Malkin had two goals and an assist [url=http://www.officialsharks.com/authentic-adidas-kevin-labanc-jersey]Youth Kevin Labanc Jersey[/url] , scoring early and adding an empty-net goal. Kris Letang also had an empty-netter, and Sidney Crosby picked up an assist to tie Darryl Sittler for 60th on the NHL’s career points list with 1,221.Toronto’s Auston Matthews, the NHL in scoring with 16 points on 10 goals and six assists, was looking to become the third player in NHL to start a season with eight consecutive multi-point games. The Maple Leafs came in averaging an NHL-high 4.71 goals.Murray returned from a concussion that sidelined him for three games. He has seven career shutouts.Frederik Andersen stopped 36 shots for Toronto.LIGHTNING 3, RED WINGS 1TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Steven Stamkos scored his first goal of the season, Andrei Vasilevskiy made 29 saves and Tampa Bay beat Detroit.Stamkos ended a 16-game regular-season goal drought dating to last season from the slot with 4:41 left in the second. The goal gave the Lightning a 2-1 lead.Brayden Point and Alex Killorn also scored for the Lightning. They went 4-1-0 on a season-opening homestand, and have won 12 in a row against the Red Wings.Detroit is 0-5-2, its worst season-opening stretch since opening the 1985-86 season with eight losses and a tie. Luke Glendening scored for the Red Wings.AVALANCHE 5, DEVILS 3NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Gabriel Landeskog broke a tie with 3:22 left with his third goal of the game, helping Colorado beat New Jersey.Landeskog one-timed Mikko Rantanen’s pass from behind the net to complete his third career hat trick. He scored earlier in the third period on a deflection of a shot by Ian Cole.Philipp Grubauer stopped 27 shots for his first victory of the season.Rantanen scored on an empty-netter with 12 seconds left and added three assists, giving him an NHL-leading 11 this season. Sven Andrighetto also scored for Colorado.The Devils lost for the first time after opening the season with four straight victories. Taylor Hall had a goal and two assists, and Nico Hischier and Brian Boyle also scored.BLUE JACKETS 6, FLYERS 3COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Cam Atkinson scored twice in the second period and Sergei Bobrovsky had 32 saves in Columbus’ victory over Philadelphia.Atkinson’s goals, both set up with on-target passes from Artemi Panarin, were part of a three-goal flurry in a seven-minute span that gave Columbus the lead.Anthony Duclair, Nick Foligno, Josh Anderson and Sonny Milano also scored for the Blue Jackets. Travis Konecny had a goal and an assist for the Flyers [url=http://www.officialsharks.com/authentic-adidas-martin-jones-jersey]Martin Jones Jersey[/url] , and Oskar Lindblom and Sean Courturier also scored.COYOTES 4, BLACKHAWKS 1CHICAGO (AP) — Vinnie Hinostroza scored twice against his former team, Antti Raanta made 33 saves and Arizona spoiled Chicago goalie Corey Crawford’s season debut.Clayton Keller had a goal and an assist to help Arizona improve to 1-1 on a four-game trip. The Coyotes entered with just four goals on the season. Lawson Crouse also scored.Erik Gustafsson scored for Chicago.OILERS 3, BRUINS 2, OTEDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Leon Draisaitl scored in overtime to give the Edmonton Oilers a 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins on Thursday night in their home opener.Connor McDavid set up the winner at 37 seconds of the extra period, and Kailer Yamamoto and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins also scored to help the Oilers win their third straight.David Krejci and David Pastrnak scored for Boston. The Bruins have dropped two in a row.JETS 4, CANUCKS 1WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Patrik Laine and Bryan Little scored power-play goals to help Winnipeg beat Vancouver.Dustin Byfuglien had a goal and two assists, Andrew Copp added a goal, and Connor Hellebuyck made 26 saves. Bo Horvat scored for the Canucks, and Anders Nilsson stopped 28 shots.SHARKS 5, SABRES 1SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Logan Couture had his third career hat trick and San Jose scored three times on the power play to beat Buffalo in the Sharks’ first game back from a five-game road trip.Couture and Joonas Donskoi scored power-play goals 27 seconds apart in the first period following a double-minor against Kyle Okposo for high sticking. Couture added an even-strength goal in the third period off a feed from Evander Kane and capped the night with an empty-net goal.Joe Pavelski also scored on the power-play in the third, giving the Sharks three goals with the man advantage after having just two in the first six games.Martin Jones made 24 saves for the Sharks.Jake McCabe scored the lone goal for the Sabres, who fell to 1-2 on their five-game Western swing. Carter Hutton made 34 saves.ISLANDERS 7, KINGS 2LOS ANGELES (AP) — Valtteri Filppula scored twice and the Islanders snapped a two-game road losing streak.Filppula, Matt Martin, Leo Komarov and Andrew Ladd each had a goal in the third period as the Islanders had a season high in scoring.Casey Cizikas had a goal for the second straight game, and Josh Bailey scored on the power play. Robin Lehner made 28 saves for the Islanders.Jonathan Quick made his first start for the Kings after missing five games because of a lower-body injury, but was pulled with 10:40 remaining after allowing six goals on 29 shots. Tyler Toffoli and Jeff Carter each scored on the power play [url=http://www.officialsharks.com/authentic-adidas-logan-couture-jersey]http://www.officialsharks.com/authentic-adidas-logan-couture-jersey[/url] , and Los Angeles lost its third straight game. 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I think you’ve got to enjoy that process, enjoy that journey.”Toronto has 13 championships but none since 1967, when the NHL was a six-team league. Signing Tavares to a $77 million, seven-year contract has raised optimism the drought will end soon — another big move following the hiring of coach Mike Babcock in 2015 and picking Matthews first overall in 2016.“You add him, and we have a good core,” Matthews said. “We want to definitely keep that core together obviously because we want to see ourselves in a position to win every year for the next 10 years.”To get there, the Maple Leafs have to get through a competitive Eastern Conference that includes the defending champion Capitals, back-to-back 2016 and 2017 champion Penguins and the well-established Lightning and Bruins. The Leafs are coming off back-to-back first-round exits and hope to get reliable goaltending from Frederik Andersen and solid defense to avoid a similar result.SOARING JETSThe path to the Cup Final isn’t any easier for Winnipeg, which was one of the final two teams alive in the West last season before losing to Vegas. The Jets lost deadline pickup Paul Stastny in free agency but otherwise bring back the same group and the same big expectations to play games into June.“We’re really close,” center Mark Scheifele said. “We have a bunch of young guys that are still coming into their own, that are still learning about the league. That run that we had last year is so crucial in terms of experience that you were able to gain that experience, gain that hunger for what could be coming.”Scheifele, captain Blake Wheeler [url=http://www.officialsharks.com/authentic-adidas-tomas-hertl-jersey]http://www.officialsharks.com/authentic-adidas-tomas-hertl-jersey[/url] , center Bryan Little, winger Nikolai Ehlers and goaltender Connor Hellebuyck are all signed long term, and Finnish phenom Patrik Laine is coming off a 43-goal season. Winnipeg will again have to deal with Central Division-rival Nashville but is as well positioned as anyone to come out of the West.FLAMING INMissing the playoffs brought changes in Calgary. The Flames fired coach Glen Gulutzan and replaced him with Bill Peters, traded Dougie Hamilton and Micheal Ferland to Carolina for Noah Hanifin and Elias Lindholm, and signed James Neal.“I think Noah is just scratching the surface,” general manager Brad Treliving said. “We’ve got some guys on the blue line who can produce. We also want guys who want to be in Calgary. … Elias and Noah, they’re excited to get out there.”Lindholm and Hanifin should be excited to join a team with forwards Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan and defensemen Mark Giordano and T.J. Brodie. The Flames could be scary good this season in a Pacific Division that got weaker with a long-term injury to Anaheim’s Corey Perry.WELL-OILED MCDAVIDConnor McDavid led the NHL with 108 points last season and was voted the most outstanding player by his peers. His Edmonton Oilers finished 17 points out of the final playoff spot in the West. That doesn’t compute except Edmonton’s goaltenders had the fifth-worst save percentage in the league and the rest of the Oilers couldn’t keep up with McDavid’s production. He’d like to score more goals this season but learned from last year that it’s not about him.“It doesn’t matter what one player does at all,” McDavid said. “It’s all about the team, and if one guy’s having success, it doesn’t mean that the team’s having success and you’ve got to find a way to win games and that’s not one guy.”One guy who needs to be better is goalie Cam Talbot. And it wouldn’t hurt if Edmonton’s defensemen all took a step up.NO MAN’S LANDToronto, Winnipeg and Calgary appear to be in good shape for years to come and the Oilers have McDavid to build around. The rest of Canada’s teams are in trouble.The Ottawa Senators traded two-time Norris Trophy winning defenseman Erik Karlsson and winger Mike Hoffman and can’t even look forward to a silver lining if they bottom out: the Colorado Avalanche own their first-round pick.“We’re looking to have a competitive, good hockey team this year and we’re aiming to be the best we can be and we can be a very good team with the roster we have,” said center Matt Duchene, who was acquired in the trade that cost the Senators that 2019 first-round pick.Ottawa is expected to be among the worst teams in the NHL, but at least that’s clarity compared to the Montreal Canadiens and Vancouver Canucks. Both appear stuck between rebuilding and trying to stay afloat.“Obviously it’s in transition with Hank and Danny (Sedin) being gone and having that void to fill,” Vancouver forward Bo Horvat said. “We know where we’re at as a team, we know what we have to do and we know that we got young guys coming up that are going to have to try to prove themselves as everyday NHLers.”Montreal has a potential star in third overall pick Jesperi Kotkaniemi and can always dream big because of goaltender Carey Price.“He’s the best goalie in the world,” forward Max Domi said. “It’s going to be awesome to have him back there.”

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