Blues 3, Ducks 1
The Gazette, Colorado Springs
Maple Leafs 4, Wild 3 (OT) Stockholm: William Nylander scored at 3:09 of overtime, and Toronto extended its winning streak to four with a victory over the Minnesota Wild on in the final game of the NHL’S Global Series in Sweden. Nylander collected the puck, skated toward the net and fired a shot past Marc-andre Fleury for his 12th goal of the season. He also extended his franchise-record season-opening point streak to 17 games. Nylander had five points (two goals, three assists) in Toronto’s two games in Stockholm. Flyers 5, Blue Jackets 2 Philadelphia: Ryan Poehling had a goal and two assists, Joel Farabee added a goal and an assist and Philadelphia won its fifth straight game. Bobby Brink and Travis Konecny also scored for Philadelphia. Cam York scored an empty-netter when his clearing attempt from behind Philadelphia’s own goal line ricocheted olff the side boards. Samuel Ersson made 20 saves. Boone Jenner and Alexandre Texier scored for the Blue Jackets, who have lost nine in a row. Spencer Martin had 21 saves. Penguins 3, Knights 0 Pittsburgh: Alex Nedeljkovic stopped 37 shots in his return from injury and Pittsburgh shut out the Vegas Golden Knights. Nedeljkovic recorded his first shutout of the season and the eighth of his career. It was his first shutout since April 24, 2022, when he was a member of the Detroit Red Wings. Ryan Graves and Noel Acciari both scored their first of the season and first goal with Pittsburgh. Evgeni Malkin added a late empty-net goal to seal the win. Jake Guentzel continued an eight-game point streak. Sabres 3, Blackhawks 2 Chicago: Rasmus Dahlin had a goal and two assists, and Buffalo stopped a three-game losing streak. Erik Johnson snapped a third-period tie and Jeff Skinner also scored for Buffalo, which dropped four of five overall. Johnson drove around Chicago defenseman Seth Jones midway through the third before flipping a tough-angle shot over Petr Mrazek’s right shoulder for a 3-2 lead. It was the second goal of the season for the veteran defenseman. Anaheim, Calif.: Jake Neighbours and Pavel Buchnevich scored in the first period and St. Louis snapped a two-game California losing streak. Joel Hofer made 30 saves as the Blues won on the second night of a back-to-back after falling 5-1 to the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday. St. Louis had given up a combined 10 goals in consecutive games at San Jose and Los Angeles. Alexey Toropchenko also scored for the Blues, who is in a stretch in which they will play six of seven games on the road.