NHL roundup: Bruins leave Flyers in cold

Boston Bruins right wing David Pastrnak (88) celebrates with defenseman Jeremy Lauzon (55) and center Patrice Bergeron (37) after scoring a goal against the Philadelphia Flyers during the first period in a NHL Outdoors hockey game at Lake Tahoe.
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David Pastrnak scored three goals and Nick Ritchie added one goal and one assist to lift the Boston Bruins past the Philadelphia Flyers 7-3 on Sunday in the NHL Outdoors at Lake Tahoe in Stateline, Nevada.

Charlie McAvoy, Charlie Coyle and Trent Frederic each contributed one goal for the Bruins, who have won all five meetings against the Flyers this season. Three wins have come in regulation, one in overtime and one in a shootout.

Brad Marchand, Connor Clifton, John Moore and Craig Smith had two assists each. Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask made 16 saves.

James van Riemsdyk had one goal and two assists while Sean Couturier had one goal and one assist for the Flyers. Joel Farabee added one goal and Kevin Hayes contributed two assists. Carter Hart allowed six goals in two periods and was replaced by Brian Elliott to open the third. Elliott stopped 11 of 12 shots. Hart made 17 saves.

Senators 3, Canadiens 2 (OT)

Brady Tkachuk scored the game-winner with 90 seconds left in overtime and host Ottawa snapped a two-game losing streak with the victory over Montreal.

Matt Murray made 30 saves for the Senators, who without their best defenseman in Thomas Chabot. Drake Batherson and Josh Norris scored in regulation for Ottawa.

Nick Suzuki and Corey Perry scored for Montreal, and goalie Jake Allen, who came up with a couple of clutch saves late in regulation, stopped 36 shots. The Canadiens have lost four of their last five games.

Capitals 4, Devils 3

T.J. Oshie collected two goals and an assist to lift host Washington over New Jersey for its third win in its last four games.

Defenseman John Carlson had one of each and captain Alex Ovechkin added his 712th career goal for the Capitals, who went 3-for-4 on the power play. Craig Anderson made 23 saves.

Andreas Johnsson recorded a goal and an assist and Jack Hughes and Nikita Gusev also tallied for New Jersey, which has dropped two in a row after winning its previous three games. Like Anderson, New Jersey’s Aaron Dell (37 saves) was making his first start of the season.

Jets 4, Canucks 3 (OT)

Pierre-Luc Dubois had two goals and an assist, including the game-winning tally early in overtime, as Winnipeg rallied to defeat host Vancouver.

Mark Scheifele had a goal and two assists, Blake Wheeler had three assists and Neal Pionk also scored a goal for Winnipeg. It was the fifth straight game that Scheifele scored a goal and the 10th straight game he registered a point, matching career highs in both categories.

Elias Pettersson scored two goals, J.T. Miller had two assists and Brandon Sutter also scored a goal for Vancouver.

—Field Level Media


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