Stars blast Blackhawks, tighten Central race

Beyond the tough night on the penalty kill, result macau Florida was 0-for-4 on its own power-play chances. The Panthers outshot the Senators by a 34-27 margin but were hampered by both Sogaard and a lack of production on special teams.

The Penrith utility was back at the GIO Stadium on Friday for the first time since Canberra coach Ricky Stuart labelled him a “weak-gutted dog”, a slur that earned the mentor a suspension and a $25,000 fine.

Jason Robertson scored his 100th career goal, added three assists and broke Dallas’ single-season franchise record for points in the Stars’ 5-2 victory over the Arizona Coyotes on Friday in Tempe, Ariz.

Washington’s superstar captain Alex Ovechkin nearly opened the scoring midway into the first period, but his shot from the left circle caromed off both the glove of Sorokin and the crossbar.

The Blackhawks cut their deficit to 3-2 on a power play 31 seconds into the third period.

From the left circle, Raddysh passed toward the right post to set up Johnson’s redirection.

O’Grady, who died last night aged 67, left his Sunday afternoon slot last August after almost 14 years, following a schedule shake-up which saw him regularly swapping with Rob Beckett.

Roy, left alone in front of the net, took a pass from Jack Eichel and was stopped on a backhand try by Edmonton goaltender Stuart Skinner.

But Roy scooped up the rebound and swept it in around Skinner’s left leg for the game-winner.

The Blackhawks couldn’t muster any form of attack for much of the second, going nearly 17 minutes with just one shot on goal in the period.

They finally got their second of the frame with just over three minutes left, earning sarcastic cheers from the crowd.

The Bruins (58-12-5, 121 points) also set a single-season franchise record for victories, bouncing back from a Tuesday loss to Nashville.

The Presidents’ Trophy for most points in the NHL regular season is the third for Boston since it was first awarded in 1985-86.

Argentina’s leading scorer reached a century of international goals when he opened the scoring after 20 minutes, Giovani Lo Celso setting him up in the centre of the box to slot home a low shot.

Harvey-Pinard scored 13 seconds in to put the home side ahead 3-2.

Matheson drove to the net and got a shot on Merzlikins but the puck was loose behind him and Harvey-Pinard pushed it in.

SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO, Argentina, March 28 (Reuters) – L ionel Messi surpassed the 100-goals mark for World Cup champions Argentina on Tuesday by scoring a hat-trick in their 7-0 friendly win over Curacao.

Salmon admitted he screamed Stuart’s infamous line as he scored the final try in Penrith’s 53-12 humiliation of the Raiders, mobbed by teammates as he celebrated the end of a difficult chapter.

Jani Hakanpaa carried the puck down the right side in transition, skating to the right faceoff dot before dishing to Seguin, who beat Stalock from the slot. Seguin gave Dallas a 1-0 lead at 5:45 of the first period.

Messi then set up Enzo Fernandez to fire home from the edge of the box for Argentina’s fourth two minutes later and the 35-year-old completed his hat-trick in the 37th minute with a simple finish following another pass from Lo Celso.

Nathan MacKinnon and Bowen Byram each had a goal and an assist as the visiting Colorado Avalanche cruised to a 5-1 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Monday for their third consecutive win.

But with the nature of live TV, Carol slipped up and accidentally called her female colleague ‘Nana’ – who she says is a producer on the show – much to Naga’s apparent annoyance.

Phillip Danault got the puck behind the Winnipeg net, then pushed it across the crease for Iafallo to bury. Yet, Los Angeles extended its lead, via the power play, at 5:28 into the second period.

Mackey gave Arizona a 2-1 lead near the end of the opening period.

He scooped up a loose puck and fired a wrist shot from the left circle into traffic that grazed off the arm of Dallas center Radek Faksa past Oettinger’s glove side.

Just after the Bruins’ second unsuccessful power play expired, the visitors took a 1-0 lead at the 8:08 mark.

Liam Foudy set up Roslovic for a tap-in goal at the end of a 2-on-1 rush.

Meanwhile, Pierre Luc-Dubois scored his 25th goal and Connor Hellebuyck stopped 25 shots for Winnipeg (41-30-3, 85 points), which was trying for a third consecutive victory.

Owners of the final wild-card spot in the Western Conference, the Jets have dropped three of five on the road.

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