September 26, 2016

Jean-Francois Berube and Christopher Gibson combined for 28 saves to lead the New York Islanders over a Philadelphia Flyers split-squad team 3-0 on Monday night in New York.

Berube and Gibson made 14 saves each. Berube played 30:41, while Gibson was in net for 29:08.

Shane Prince, Joshua Ho-Sang and Michael Dal Colle scored third-period goals for New York.

Anthony Stolarz allowed all three goals on 35 shots.

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BIG FIRST IMPRESSION FROM DEVILS ROOKIE VS FLYERS

In Newark, New Jersey, rookie Nick Lappin scored twice, including an empty netter, to spark a New Jersey Devils split-squad team over a Philadelphia Flyers split-squad 2-0.

Lappin signed a two-year entry-level contract in March after earning All-Ivy League first-team honors at Brown.

Keith Kinkaid and Anders Lindback split time in net for New Jersey. Kinkaid made six saves in 29:38, while Lindback stopped 15 shots in 30:22.

Alex Lyon stopped 28 shots for Philadelphia.

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HENRIQUE LIFTS DEVILS IN MONTREAL

In Montreal, Adam Henrique scored two power-play goals to lead a New Jersey Devils split-squad over the Montreal Canadiens 3-2.

Michael McLeod scored in the third period for the Devils.

Scott Wedgewood made 26 saves in 40 minutes for New Jersey, and Mackenzie Blackwood stopped 13 of 14 shots in 20 minutes.

Markus Eisenschmid and Zach Redmond scored in the first and third periods, respectively, for the Canadiens.

Mike Condon made eight saves on 10 shots in 30:52 for Montreal, and Charlie Lindgren stopped 16 shots in 27:39.

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FAULK LIFTS HURRICANES OVER CAPITALS IN OT

In Washington D.C., Justin Faulk's power-play goal with 8 seconds left in overtime lifted the Carolina Hurricanes to a 2-1 win over the Washington Capitals.

Patrick Brown also scored for the Hurricanes, who got 16 saves from Eddie Lack in 40 minutes. Alex Nedeljkovic played the third period and overtime, making nine saves in 24:53.

Madison Bowey scored Washington's lone goal.

Vital Vance made 12 saves in 28:04 for Washington before giving way to Drew MacIntyre. MacIntyre stopped 14 shots in 36:26.

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GAGNER SCORES IN SHOOTOUT, JACKETS BEAT BRUINS

In Boston, Sam Gagner's shootout goal powered the Columbus Blue Jackets to a 3-2 win over the Bruins.

Sonny Milano and Daniel Zaar scored first-period goals for the Blue Jackets, who played their third preseason game in two days.

Curtis McElhinney made 29 saves on 31 shots in 64:30.

Jimmy Hayes and Danton Heinen scored for Boston. Heinen's goal in the third period tied it 2-2.

Anton Khudobin made 11 saves on 13 shots in 39:55 for the Bruins before being replaced by Zane McIntyre. McIntyre stopped eight shots in the third period and overtime.

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WILD BEAT SABRES AT PENN STATE

In State College, Pennsylvania, Jason Zucker's third power-play goal lifted the Minnesota Wild over the Buffalo Sabres 2-1.

Kurtis Gabriel also scored for Buffalo, which started Alex Stalock.

Zemgus Girgensons' first-period goal accounted for all of Buffalo's scoring. Anders Nilsson was in net for the Sabres.

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STARS RISE OVER THE BLUES ON HUDLER'S POWER PLAY GOAL

In Dallas, Jiri Hudler's power-play goal late in the second period powered the Dallas Stars to a 3-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues.

Patrik Nemeth and Patrick Eaves also scored for the Stars. Nemeth opened the game with a goal in the first period, while Eaves' third-period goal ended the scoring.

St. Louis' Kevin Shattenkirk's power-play goal tied the game 1-1 in the second.

Carter Hutton made 21 saves on 23 shots over 40 minutes for the Blues. Ville Husso added seven saves for St. Louis in 17:26.

Dallas' Kari Lehtonen turned away nine of 10 shots in 40 minutes, while Maxime Lagace stopped all 14 shots he faced in 17:26.

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KINGS, COYOTES SPLIT HOME-AND-HOME

In Glendale, Arizona, Stefan Fournier's goal late in the second period lifted an Arizona Coyotes split-squad team to a 5-3 win over a Los Angeles Kings split-squad.

Luke Schenn, Ryan White, Max Domi and Michael Bunting also scored for the Coyotes, which received 11 saves from Mike Smith. Smith split time with Louis Domingue, who made 20 saves for Arizona.

Los Angeles' Peter Budaj allowed four goals on 14 shots before being replaced by Thomas McCollum, who stopped two of the three shots he faced.

Teddy Purcell, Trevor Lewis and Kyle Clifford scored for the Kings.

In Los Angeles, Tanner Pearson's power-play goal late in the second period gave the Kings' other team a lead they would not relinquish in a 4-2 win over another Arizona split-squad.

Lucas Lessio, Tyler Toffoli and Brent Sutter also scored for the Kings.

Los Angeles' Jeff Zatkoff made 18 saves on 19 shots in two periods before being replaced by Jack Campbell in the third. Campbell stopped 10 of 12 shots in the third.

Connor Murphy, Henrik Samuelson and Dylan Strome scored for the Coyotes.

The Arizona goaltending tandem of Justin Peters and Marek Langhamer each allowed two goals on 16 shots faced.

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