Guentzel’s goal sends Penguins past unbeaten Ducks 2-1
Guentzel finished Sidney Crosby’s backhand feed from the slot at 7:24 of the third. Guentzel has five goals in five career games against the Ducks, including his second career hat trick last season.
Crosby also scored a power-play goal, his second of the season. He has multiple points in five of his last 10 games against Anaheim.
Matt Murray made 31 saves for the Penguins. He needs one more win to reach 100 in the NHL.
Pittsburgh concluded a season-opening, four-game homestand with a 2-2 record.
Ondrej Kase scored his first of the season for Anaheim, which tried to open a season with four straight wins for the first time in franchise history.
John Gibson, a Pittsburgh native, stopped 26 shots. He allowed more than one goal for the first time this season.
Detroit had not won in regulation time in Montreal since 2007.
Draisaitl, who also scored in regulation, connected in the third round of the shootout as the Oilers improved to 4-0-0.
Anders Nilsson stopped 31 shots in his first start of the season for Ottawa.
Laine set up Kyle Connor’s third-period goal that broke a 2-2 tie, giving the Finnish shooter the lead in team points with 10 (three goals and seven assists).
Jack Roslovic scored 28 seconds after Laine and then Laine finished it off with an empty-net goal.
Devan Dubnyk stopped 27 of the 31 shots he faced for Minnesota.
Alex Ovechkin scored a pair of power-play goals and Lars Eller, Tom Wilson and T.J. Oshie also scored for Washington. John Carlson had three assists for the Capitals, who lost in regulation for the first time this season.
Barclay Goodrow snapped a third-period tie and Brent Burns scored his 200th career goal for San Jose, which opened with four consecutive losses. Kevin Labanc also scored, and Dylan Gambrell had two assists.
Andrew Shaw had two goals for Chicago, which hadn’t played since its season-opening loss to Philadelphia in Prague last Friday. Dylan Strome had a goal and an assist in the opener of a seven-game homestand. Dominik Kubalik also added a goal.
Tyler Seguin was the only one of three Stars who beat Calgary goalie David Rittich in the shootout. It was tied 1-1, with Sean Monahan beating Bishop before Gaudreau won the game on the last attempt in the first round.
Rittich had 34 saves, including the stop of a penalty shot awarded to Alexander Radulov with 21 seconds remaining in overtime.
Joel L’Esperance and Jamie Benn scored for Dallas. Bishop made 27 saves.
DENVER (AP) — Andre Burakovsky scored the go-ahead goal with 7:06 remaining, Boston had two goals disallowed after video reviews, and unbeaten Colorado handed the Bruins their first loss of the season.
Gabriel Landeskog added an empty-net goal with 1:01 remaining for the Avalanche, who are off to a 3-0 start for just the second time since relocating to Denver from Quebec in 1995. The 2013-14 club opened the season 6-0.
The Coyotes (1-2-0) broke out of a scoring slump after managing just one goal in the first two games. Darcy Kuemper made 36 saves in his third consecutive start to open the season, and new center Carl Soderberg added two assists.
Shea Theodore scored for the Golden Knights, who have dropped two straight after winning their first two games. Vegas lost for the first time in Arizona after winning the first four meetings at Gila River Arena.
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