NHL Synopsis: Panthers escape 4-goal hole, defeat Leifes in OT

April 6 – Jonathan Hubbardo scores his second goal of the game at 2:47 extra time, and the Florida Panthers beat away Toronto Maple Leafs 7-6 on Tuesday night at Sunrise, Florida, overcoming a 4-goal lead. .

Toronto led 5-1 in the second half, but Florida won by 5 consecutive goals. Hubbardo, who also had three assists, tied the game at 2:45 a.m. in a power play. Alexander Barkov then scored in the 8th minute to give Florida the lead.

John Tavares of Toronto scored in a power play at 16:06 to tie the game. In overtime, Barkov (who scored three assists) scored Hubrdo’s 26th goal of the season.

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Sam Reinhart scored two goals in a three-point game for Florida, as did Radco Godas and Claude Giroud. Mitchell Marner scored two goals and two assists for Toronto, as did William Nylander, Colin Blackwell and Jake Mozin. Maple Leafs Aston Matthews had three assists and Morgan Riley had two.

Bahman 6, Penguin 4

Nate McKinnon scored two goals when Colorado hosted Pittsburgh and reached the playoffs.

GT Kamfer added one goal and one assist, and Josh Manson, Darren Helm and Arthur Laconen also scored for Avalanche, winning for the fourth time in a row. Darcy Komper made 41 saves.

Jake Gwentzel scored one goal and one assist, and Brian Right, Ivan Rodriguez and Mike Matson scored for the Penguins, losing three of four. Tristan Jerry made 26 saves.

Senators 6, Canadians 3

Drake Butterson scored a goal and an assist in the third period, when Ottawa defeated Montreal with three unanswered goals. The senators reached the highest level of a season with the third consecutive victory.

Austin Watson scored two goals, Brady Takachuk one goal and two assists, and Statzel and Colin White all scored for the Senators, defeating Montreal for the first time in three attempts this season.

Brendan Gallagher scored one goal and one assist, and Cole Caulfield and Justin Baron also scored for the Canadians. Jake Allen stopped 26 shots.

Predators 6, Wild 2

Roman Jossi scored one goal and two assists, and Ryan Johansson scored two of Power Play Nashville’s three goals in the first period on his first hat-trick.

Philip Tomasino also had one goal and two assists, Matt Duchen one goal and one assist, Philipp Forsberg three assists and Matthias Eckholm two assists for Nashville. Jose Saros scored for his 34th victory in season 47.

Kryl Kaprizov and Mets Zukarlo each scored one goal and one assist for Minnesota.

Red Wings 5, Bruins 3

Alex Nedlikovich set a superb professional record with 47 saves, Jakub Varana scored one goal and one assist, and hosts Detroit beat Boston to win six games without a win.

Dylan Larkin, Michael Rasmussen, Philip Zadina and Sam Gagner also scored for the Red Wings.

Patrice Bergeron scored one goal and one assist for Boston, who had won 10 of their previous 12 games. Eric Howla and Brandon Carlo scored the goals of the first season and Jeremy Swiman made 24 saves.

Star 3, Islanders 2

Radek Foxa’s short goal broke a deadlock in the second half and remained the winner until Dallas hosted New York.

Marian Studenick and Tyler Seguin also scored for the stars, who have won eight of their last 11 games and jumped to second place in the Wild Card in the Western Conference. Jake Oettinger made 19 saves.

Jean-Gabriel Pigeo and Brock Nelson responded on behalf of the Isle of Man, having seen them lose four in a row. Semyon Varlamov stopped 37 shots.

Blue jacket 4, brochure 2

Carson Meyer and Sean Coralie each scored one goal and one assist to give Columbus the win over Philadelphia.

Brendan Gans and Justin Dunforth each scored a goal for the Blue Jackets, losing seven consecutive games (0-4-3). Eric Robinson scored two assists. Columbus goalkeeper Elvis Marzelkins was the second record holder of his career with 47 saves.

Noah Keats and James Van Rimsdick each scored a goal for the Flyers, losing for the fourth time in five games. Carter Hart stopped 26 of his 29 shots in defeat.

Rangers 3, Devils 1

Chris Crader set a record-breaking first-round goal as New York defeated New York, New Jersey, two games in a row.

Cruider’s goal in PowerPlay with 2: 3 remaining in his first goal was his 25th goal of the season, with Jaromir Jagger breaking the most PowerPlay games by a Rangers player in a season. It was also his best goal for the tenth game of the season.

Ryan Strom and Justin Brown also scored for the Rangers, who were two points adrift of first-placed Metropolitan Carolina. Alexander Georgiev made 20 saves. Yegor Sharangovich scored for the Devils and Niko Davos recorded 14 saves.

Sabers 4, Hurricanes 2

Victor Olofsson scored a goal and an assist in the third period when Buffalo equalized and defeated visitors Carolina.

Jeff Skinner, Casey Mittelstatt and Dylan Cousins ​​also scored for the Sabers, who have scored at least one point in eight of their last nine games. Craig Anderson did 32 saves.

Jesper Fest and Nino Neidreiter scored, and Jordan Stahl provided two assists for the Hurricanes, who conceded their second consecutive game. Frederick Anderson, who made his third consecutive start, stopped 18 shots.

Oilers 2, Sharks 1 (OT)

Connor McDavid scored in a 31-second break from extra time to take Edmonton to host San Jose, finishing second in the Pacific.

With his 41st goal of the season, McDavid increased his tally to 14 games (12 goals, 15 assists). Ryan Nogent Hopkins scored with a short hand and Mike Smith with 31 saves and assists for the Ewelers, who have won five in a row.

Thomas Hertel scored and James Reimer made 22 saves for Sharks, losing five of six.

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