Gallagher helps Canadiens beat Capitals 5-2 in Quebec City
Michael Chaput, Jacob de la Rose, Artturi Lehkonen and Rinat Valiev also scored for Montreal, and Charlie Lindgren stopped 11 of 13 shots. The Canadiens won for the first time in three exhibition games,
Alex Ovechkin scored in his preseason debut, and Connor Hobbs also connected for the Capitals. Pheonix Copley stopped 20 of 24 shots in the first two periods, and Vitek Vanecek made three saves in the third.
Tomas Tatar, making his debut with the Canadiens after coming to Montreal in the trade with the Vegas Golden Knights for former captain Max Pacioretty, had an assist. Fellow Montreal newcomer Max Domi sat out after being suspended for the remainder of the preseason for sucker-punching Florida's Aaron Ekblad on Wednesday night.
Patrick Kane and MacKenzie Entwistle scored for the Blackhawks, and Anton Forsberg and Kevin Lankinen played in goal.
At St. Paul, Minnesota, Justin Dowling broke a tie with 4:06, Anton Khudobin made 14 saves and Colton Points added 12 in Dallas' victory over Minnesota.
Miro Heiskanen and Radek Faksa also scored.
Zach Parise scored for Minnesota, and Devan Dubnyk made 20 saves.
Kieffer Bellows and Anders Lee scored. Keith Kinkaid made 25 saves for the Devils.
Aaron Dell played the entire game in goal for San Jose and made 23 saves.
Ondrej Tase scored twice for Anaheim, and Jakob Silfverberg added a goal.
Ryan Miller made 15 saves on 18 shots in his half of the game. Miller's replacement, Jared Coreau, allowed four goals on eight shots.
Recently acquired defenseman Erik Karlsson did not dress for San Jose. The Sharks acquired Karlsson, a two-time Norris Trophy winner, in a blockbuster trade with Ottawa last week.
GOLDEN KNIGHTS 7, KINGS 2 (SS)
Marchessault scored two goals and had two assists. Smith had a goal and three assists. William Karlsson had three points (a goal and two assists), while Nicolas Hague (a goal and an assist) and Keegan Kolesar (a goal and an assist) had two points each. Daniel Carr also scored for Vegas, which had 10 players record at least one point.
Oscar Dansk made 17 saves and played the entire game for the Golden Knights.
Jonathan Quick started for Los Angeles, and allowed six goals on 23 shots in the first two periods. Calvin Peterson played the third, and made five saves.
CANUCKS 4, KINGS 3 (SS)
In Vancouver, Bo Horvat scored twice in regulation and again in the shootout to lead Vancouver.
Vancouver goalie Jacob Markstrom stopped 29 of 32 shots.