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Leon Draisaitl posted a four-point night to help the Oilers finally come out of their early 2022 slump. He had two goals and two assists in this matchup, including the game-winning tally. He now has 28 goals and 58 points in 37 games played. Draisaitl leads the league in points. Evan Bouchard also nabbed a pair of goals in this matchup for the Oilers. Brendan Perlini was the only other Edmonton player to find the back of the net.
In net for the Oilers, Mikko Koskinen had his best game of the season. He faced a lot of pressure in this game, as the Flames levied 47 shots on net. Koskinen made 44 saves on those 47 attempts to post a save percentage of .936. On January 20th in a game against the Florida Panthers, Koskinen allowed six goals on 28 shots. Thus, this matchup against the Flames was a great redemption game for the 33-year-old netminder.
On the other end of the ice, Noah Hanifin had a three-point night. His one goal and two assists meant that he was a component of every Calgary score in this matchup. In net for the Flames, Jacob Markstrom made 26 saves on 30 shots for a save percentage of .867.
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Tage Thompson then scored two consecutive power play goals, just 24 seconds apart. The assists on the first goal were credited to Alex Tuch and Jeff Skinner. For the second goal, Rasmus Dahlin logged the sole assist.
For the Flyers, Martin Jones was pulled after 18 minutes. During his time in the crease he allowed four goals on eight shots. Carter Hart entered the game in relief. Hart allowed two additional goals on 16 shots to post a save percentage of .875.
For Buffalo, Michael Houser made 30 saves on 33 shots and ended his night with a save percentage of .909.
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For the Jets, Connor Hellebuyck made 29 saves on 32 shots for a save percentage of .906.
For Boston, Tuukka Rask allowed two goals on 24 shots for a save percentage of .917.
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This was the highest-scoring matchup Saturday night. For the Hurricanes, Andrei Svechnikov, Ian Cole, Josh Leivo, and Brady Skjei all scored a goal each. Vincent Trocheck, Brendan Smith, Martin Necas, Andrei Svechnikov, Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Tony DeAngelo, Derek Stepan, and Josh Leivo all logged an assist each.
For the Hurricanes, Jack LaFontaine made 31 saves on 38 shots for a save percentage of .816.
For New Jersey, Jon Gillies allowed four goals on 32 shots for a save percentage of .875.
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The Rangers had a high-scoring night in this game. Chris Kreider logged a hat trick. Jacob Trouba picked up a pair of goals. Artemi Panarin and Julien Gauthier notched a goal each. Mika Zibanejad ended the night with three assists. Adam Fox had a pair of helpers. Jacob Trouba, Artemi Panarin, Ryan Strome, Kevin Rooney, Chris Kreider, Dryden Hunt, and K’Andre Miller all tallied an assist each.
The Coyotes scored goals courtesy of Clayton Keller, Andrew Ladd and Liam O’Brien. Nick Schmaltz, Shayne Gostisbehere, Riley Nash, Loui Eriksson, Christian Fischer, and Travis Boyd all picked up an assist each.
For New York, Igor Shesterkin made 26 saves on 29 shots to post a save percentage of .897.
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In the third, Alex Ovechkin notched two consecutive goals to tie the game up 2-2. His first was assisted by Trevor van Riemsdyk and Evgeny Kuznetsov. Nicklas Backstrom logged the sole assist on the second goal.
During additional minutes, Nicklas Backstrom came out with an unassisted game-winner.
For the Senators, Matt Murray allowed three goals on 33 shots for a save percentage of .909.
For Washington, Vitek Vanecek made 20 saves on 22 shots and ended his night with a save percentage of .909.
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For the Canadiens, Cayden Primeau made 43 saves on 46 shots for a save percentage of .935.
For Colorado, Darcy Kuemper allowed two goals on 30 shots and ended his night with a save percentage of .933.
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Pierre Engvall put the Leafs up 2-1 with a goal scored one second before the end of the first. His goal was unassisted.
For the Maple Leafs, Petr Mrazek made 27 saves on 28 shots for a save percentage of .964.
For New York, Semyon Varlamov allowed three goals on 23 shots and ended his night with a save percentage of .870.
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Late in the third, Matt Duchene ended the night with an unassisted empty-netter.
For the Red Wings, Alex Nedeljkovic made 21 saves on 24 shots for a save percentage of .875.
For Nashville, Juuse Saros barely missed out on a shutout. He allowed just one goal on 29 shots for a save percentage of .966.
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For the Blackhawks, Kevin Lankinen made 40 saves on 44 shots for a save percentage of .909.
For Minnesota, Kaapo Kahkonen allowed three goals on 36 shots for a save percentage of .917.
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In the third, Leon Draisaitl scored the game-winner 14:29 into the period. Duncan Keith nabbed the sole assist on this goal. Draisaitl then ended his night with an empty-netter. He walks away from this game with four points.
For the Flames, Jacob Markstrom made 26 saves on 30 shots for a save percentage of .867.
For Edmonton, Mikko Koskinen made 44 saves on 48 shots and ended his night with a save percentage of .936.
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Ross Colton scored two goals for the Lightning in this matchup. Mathieu Joseph, Corey Perry, Alex Killorn, Brayden Point, and Steven Stamkos all scored a goal each. Ryan McDonagh, Nikita Kucherov and Mikhail Sergachev all tallied a pair of helpers in this game. Taylor Raddysh, Alex Killorn, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Cal Foote, Anthony Cirelli, Victor Hedman, and Steven Stamkos notched an assist each.
In the crease for the Lightning was Brian Elliott. He made 27 saves on 28 shots for a save percentage of .964.
For the Sharks, James Reimer was pulled after allowing four goals on 13 shots. He posted an ice time of 12:32 in this game. Adin Hill completed this matchup and allowed an additional three goals on 18 shots.