Kessel scores in OT, Penguins beat Kings 4-3
Evgeni Malkin pushed a loose puck from the slot to Kessel, and he finished near the side of the net for the Penguins’ fifth victory in seven games.
Iafallo tied it at 3 with a power-play goal at 12:30 of the third period.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Alex Ovechkin scored his NHL-leading 29th goal of the season to extend his points streak to a career-best 14 games and had the shootout winner for Washington.
Ovechkin has 17 goals and six points during his points streak and has scored in six in a row. The Stanley Cup champion Capitals have won five in a row.
Barkov slipped the puck past goalie Frederik Andersen from the right side of the crease.
Jonathan Huberdeau had a goal and an assist, and Roberto Luongo made 29 saves to help the Panthers snap a four-game skid. Mitchell Marner scored twice for Toronto, John Tavares added his team-high 20th goal and Andersen stopped 28 shots. The Maple Leafs have lost four of their past five,
The Maple Leafs tied it at 3 with 1:39 left in regulation on Marner’s second goal.
Mark Giordano scored short-handed in the first period for the Pacific Division-leading Flames. They are 11-2-1 in their last 14 games, with 10 wins in regulation, and lead the NHL with 50 third-period goals. Jordan Greenway scored for the Wild.
John Gibson stopped 36 shots for Anaheim. The Ducks have won four straight and eight of nine.
Markus Nutivaara scored for Columbus.
Landeskog’s winner was a redirect after a shot by defenseman Erik Johnson from the blue line. Nathan MacKinnon sealed the win with an empty-net goal. MacKinnon also had three assists to help the Avs snap a three-game skid that included an overtime loss in St. Louis on Friday.
Anthony Beauvillier and Casey Cizikas also scored in regulation, and Thomas Greiss made 18 saves for New York. Thomas Vanek had a goal and two assists, and Gustav Nyquist and Trevor Daley added goals for Detroit.
Frederick Gaudreau scored in regulation and Juuse Saros made 33 saves through overtime to help the Predators win their third straight. Brian Boyle scored for the Devils and Keith Kinkaid made 27 saves.
Scott Laughton scored for the Flyers, who lost for the second time in two nights. Philadelphia finished a five-game trip in which it earned just three points. Anthony Stolarz stopped two-of-four shots before he left midway through the first period Due to a lower-body injury. Backup Alex Lyon made 17 saves.
- Anaheim Ducks
- Calgary Flames
- Florida Panthers
- Los Angeles Kings
- Montreal Canadiens
- Nashville Predators
- New York Islanders
- Phil Kessel
- Pittsburgh Penguins
- Toronto Maple Leafs
- Vancouver Canucks
- Washington Capitals