Cehlarik leads Bruins to 3-1 victory over Flyers
Danton Heinen and Connor Clifton also scored for Boston, which had Jaroslav Halak and Maxime Lagace share time in goal. Halak stopped 16 of 17 shots in the first two periods. Lagace turned away all seven shots he faced in the third.
Matt Niskanen scored the Flyers’ lone goal.
MURRAY, PENS STONEWALL BLUE JACKETS
Nathan Legare scored two third-period goals, and Alex Galchenyuk and Jake Guentzel scored in the first and second periods, respectively. Guentzel’s goal was the winner.
Sonny Milano scored for Columbus, which had Elvis Merzlikins and Veiniest Vehvilainen split time in goal.
Merzlikins started and recorded 17 saves in the opening half of the game before being replaced by Vehvilainen, who allowed three goals on 17 shots.
STARS SHINE IN WIN OVER AVS
Oettinger started the game and stopped 31 of 32 shots in the first two periods. Bow played the third and turned away all 15 shots he faced.
Pierre-Edouard Bellemare scored for Colorado, which had Philipp Grubauer play the entire game in goal. Grubauer made 21 saves.
GALLAGHER PACES CANADIENS IN WIN OVER PANTHERS
Owen Tippett, Anthony Greco, Jonathan Ang and Brett Connolly scored for Florida. Vincent Trocheck scored the Panthers’ only goal in the shootout.
Montreal goalie Carey Price finished with 13 saves. The Panthers’ Samuel Montambeault stopped 42 shots.
The Canadiens were without forward Paul Byron for the third period. He left the game with an undisclosed injury.
CANUCKS TOO MUCH FOR OILERS
Cooper Marody scored for the Oilers.
Mikko Koskinen played the first two periods in the nets for Edmonton before giving way to Shane Starrett at the start of the third.
Jacob Markstrom yielded a first-period goal and stopped 26 of 27 shots he faced.
KNIGHTS TOP KINGS IN OT
Trailing 2-0 late in the third period, the Golden Knights’ Curtis McKenzie and Mark Stone scored 54 seconds apart to force overtime.
Oscar Dansk played the entire game in goal for Vegas and finished with 36 saves.
Dustin Brown and Blake Lizotte scored for Los Angeles, which had Jonathan Quick in goal. Quick finished with 23 saves.
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