NEWS NHL roundup: Mitchell Marner extends winning streak to 21 games

NHL roundup: Mitchell Marner extends winning streak to 21 games

Dec. 9 – Mitchell Mana extended his franchise scoring streak to 21 with a goal as the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the visiting Los Angeles Kings 5-0 on Thursday night.

Ilya Samsonov made 29 saves, his first shutout of the season and seventh of his career. It was Toronto’s second consecutive elimination. The Maple Leafs scored four goals in the second quarter, giving them their 13th straight game (10-0-3) with at least one point, three fewer than the franchise record.

William Nyland scored one goal and provided one assist for Toronto. Pierre Enwar, David Kampf and Auston Matthews also scored, while Michael Bunting contributed two assists. Engvall, Kampf and Nylander scored in 66 seconds to turn a scoreless game into a romp.

Jonathan Quick blocked 36 field goals for the Kings, who have attempted it in the first two games of their six-game road trip.

Black Panther 5, Red Wing 1

Captain Aleksander Barkov, who returned after missing six games, contributed an assist as Florida beat Detroit in Sunrise, Florida.

Barkov, who is reported to be suffering from pneumonia, scored the main assist in Etu Losstarinen’s goal. The Panthers also got goals from Chris Tierney, Josh Mahura, Matt Kilstead and Matthew Tkachuk, Sergey Bobrowski Made 19 saves to earn his first win since Nov. 15.

The Red Wings’ four-game winning streak ended with a goal from Jonathan Berglen and 36 saves from backup goalkeeper Alex Nedeljkovic.

Jets 5, Bruce 2

Pierre Luc-Dubois scored two goals and assisted one as Winnipeg beat St. Louis for the Jets’ sixth win in seven games.

Blake Wheeler contributed a goal and an assist, Kyle Connor and Cole Perfetti also scored, and Mark Scheifele and Neal Pionk added two assists for the Jets. Connor Hellebuyck made 29 saves to earn his sixth straight win.

Robert Thomas and Josh Lever scored and Thomas Grace made 15 saves for the Blues, who lost for the fifth time in their last six games.

Lightning 5, Predator 2

Cape Braden’s second goal of the night was the game-winner in the third quarter as Tampa Bay beat visiting Nashville.

The result was Jon Cooper of the Tampa Bay, earning his 450th career win, more quickly than any coach in NHL history. The 11-year bench coach needs to play 741 games, one less than current Vancouver Canucks coach Bruce Boudreau. The game was also the Chargers’ 300th consecutive sold-out home game.

Corey Perry, Nicolas Paul and Brandon Hagel also hit the net for the Chargers, and Brian Elliott blocked 34 shots for the win. Mark Jankowski and Alexandre Carrier each scored, but the Predators’ three-game winning streak was snapped. Juuse Saros made 27 saves.

Star 4, Senator 3 (OT)

Tyler Seguin scored on a pass from Wyatt Johnston with 29 seconds left in overtime to give Dallas a win over visiting Ottawa.

Miro Heiskanen scored twice, Nils Lundkvist had a goal and an assist, Johnston and Roope Hintz each added two assists, and the Stars improved to 3-1-1 in their last five games. Jack Oettinger made 28 saves for the victory.

Derick Brassard, Thomas Chabot and Travis Hamonic scored for the Senators, who have lost two straight after winning four of their first five games. Anton Forsberg stopped 28 shots.

–Field-level media

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