Ducks stop Islanders’ team-record 17-game point streak, 3-0

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              Columbus Blue Jackets' Joonas Korpisalo, left, of Finland, makes a save against Ottawa Senators' Connor Brown during the third period of an NHL hockey game Monday, Nov. 25, 2019, in Columbus, Ohio. The Blue Jackets beat the Senators 1-0. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)
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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Ryan Getzlaf had a goal and an assist, John Gibson made 26 saves for his first shutout this season and the Anaheim Ducks ended the New York Islanders’ 17-game point streak with a 3-0 victory Monday night.

The Islanders went 15-0-2 during the longest point streak in franchise history. They hadn’t lost in regulation since Oct. 11 against Carolina, but had gone into overtime in each of their previous four games before facing Anaheim. They lost in OT against San Jose on Saturday.

The Ducks put the game away late in the third period when Cam Fowler and Ondrej Kase scored just more than a minute apart. Anaheim ended its three-game losing streak and a five-game skid at home.

Islanders goalie Thomas Greiss made 20 saves. He was 8-0-0 during the point streak with 233 saves.

SHARKS 4, KINGS 3, OT

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Patrick Marleau scored at 2:35 of overtime to give the surging San Jose Sharks a win over Los Angeles.

Timo Meier scored twice and Erik Karlsson had a goal and an assist for the Sharks, who have won nine of 10. Kevin Labanc added two assists, and Martin Jones made 33 saves.

Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown and Adrian Kempe scored for the Kings, who have lost three of four. Jonathan Quick stopped 21 shots.

Marleau scored when Quick tried to knock away a deflected shot by Labanc, only to send it to the veteran forward for a shot into an open net.

BLUE JACKETS 1, SENATORS 0

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Oliver Bjorkstrand scored 21 seconds into the third period and Joonas Korpisalo earned his second career shutout to lift Columbus over Ottawa.

The win was the fourth in five games for the Blue Jackets (10-9-4) and it marked their fourth straight at home over Ottawa.

Korpisalo stopped 25 shots in his 10th victory. Craig Anderson made 18 saves for the Senators (11-12-1), who had won four in a row.

It was nearly three minutes into the game before Columbus took a shot, and the Blue Jackets put just eight pucks on net through 30 minutes of play.

Zach Werenski had an assist and pushed his point streak to seven games, and Boone Jenner’s assist was the 100th of his career.

Ottawa’s best scoring chance came when Connor Brown got a 1-on-1 with Korpisalo at 8:36 of the third, but could not beat him.

FLYERS 2, CANUCKS 1

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Jakub Voracek scored midway through the third period to lift Philadelphia over Vancouver.

Voracek one-timed Justin Braun’s pass off the right post and behind goalie Thatcher Demko. Voracek’s sixth of the season and second in two games snapped a 1-1 tie.

Sean Couturier scored his seventh goal for Philadelphia, and Carter Hart stopped 16 shots.

J.T. Miller put Vancouver ahead with his 10th goal midway through the first period, but Demko couldn’t make it stand. He made 32 saves.

Vancouver didn’t get many scoring chances in the final two periods, but Hart made a pad save on Josh Leivo with 17.4 seconds left in the third.

LIGHTNING 5, SABRES 2

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Cedric Paquette and Ondrej Palat scored short-handed goals 49 seconds apart in the third period and Tampa Bay beat Buffalo.

Paquette had a breakaway goal at 8:17, before Palat made it 5-2 on a 2-on-1 break.

Tampa Bay also got goals from Nikita Kucherov, Mikhail Sergachev and Yanni Gourde. Andrei Vasilevskiy made 28 saves and Palat added two assists.

Sam Reinhart and Jimmy Vesey scored, and Carter Hutton stopped 24 shots for the Sabres, who have lost 10 of 12 (2-8-2).

The Lightning swept a pair of games from the Sabres in Stockholm, Sweden, on Nov. 8-9. Since the start of the 2013-14 season, the Lightning are 22-4-2 against Buffalo.

RANGERS 3, WILD 2, OT

NEW YORK (AP) — Tony DeAngelo scored 32 seconds into overtime to give New York a victory over Minnesota that moved goalie Henrik Lundqvist into sole possession of fifth place on the NHL career wins.

Chris Kreider tied it for the Rangers on a power-play goal with less than three minutes left in the third period. Brady Skjei scored early and Artemi Panarin had three assists, giving him at least one point in all 11 games New York has won this season.

Zach Parise and Ryan Donato scored for the Wild.

Lundqvist made 26 saves for his 455th win, breaking a tie with Curtis Joseph for fifth place all-time.

PENGUINS 3, FLAMES 2, OT

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jake Guentzel beat David Rittich on a rush 4:04 into overtime to lift Pittsburgh over Calgary.

Jared McCann scored his ninth goal and Alex Galchenyuk got his first with the Penguins. Both had a goal and an assist, helping Pittsburgh get a point for the 11th time in 13 games — eight of those 13 have gone to overtime.

Tristan Jarry stopped 32 shots and has allowed two goals or fewer in six of seven games.

Dillon Dube scored his first of the season for Calgary and second NHL goal. Sean Monahan added his sixth on a power play as the Flames lost for the seventh time in eight games.

Rittich stopped 35 shots.

PREDATORS 3, BLUES 2

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Daniel Carr scored the deciding goal in the shootout and Nashville beat St. Louis.

Nick Bonino and Ryan Johansen scored in regulation for Nashville, and Juuse Saros made 23 saves in regulation and overtime for the Predators. Saros stopped three of four shots in the shootout.

The Predators have won two straight, both ends of the home-and-home set with St. Louis.

David Perron and Brayden Schenn scored for St. Louis, which has lost two straight.

In the fourth round of the shootout, Carr skated to his left, and then drifted to the slot where he snapped a quick wrist shot by Blues goaltender Jake Allen. Carr was recalled from Milwaukee of the AHL earlier Monday.

Allen made 37 shots. He stopped two of four in the shootout.

STARS 4, GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2

DALLAS (AP) — Alexander Radulov had two power-play goals, Esa Lindell scored once and helped kill four penalties, and Dallas tied a team record with its seventh straight victory.

Radulov and Lindell staked Ben Bishop to a 2-0 lead in a dominant first period. Bishop made 26 saves for his sixth consecutive win.

Jason Dickinson scored in the second for the Stars, who have won seven in a row five times in a franchise history that dates to 1967 as the Minnesota North Stars.

Shea Theodore and Paul Stastny had the goals for Vegas. Malcolm Subban stopped 25 shots.

John Klingberg had three assists, giving him four in two games since coming off injured reserve.