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Matthews, Marner carrying Maple Leafs to new heigh

Close, but no cigar, as the Canucks drop another one to the Leafs

With Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner both settled into their primes, the Leafs have become a different beast than in years gone by. They are now a league-best 10-2-1 and seven of their game-winning goals have come off the sticks of those two players.
Tortorella on Laine benching: 'It's what I feel I

"Mr. Laine, meet Mr. Tortorella.......your welcoming party"

Patrik Laine was benched for the third period of Monday's 3-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes after skating 11:14 in the first two frames. After the game, Tortorella was asked about his decision to sit the young star down.
Despite loss, Senators find new life in season wit

Sens' lose the rematch in a close one, but are still staying positive

The kids are gradually taking over the power spots. With a revitalized roster and Matt Murray finding his stride, the Ottawa Senators just became one of the more interesting teams to lose ten of their first 12 games.
Golden Knights dominate Kings in return from virus

So much for being "sick". Knights crush Kings in their return to the ice.

Nic Hague and William Karlsson each had a goal and two assists as the Vegas Golden Knights returned to action after being sidelined due to COVID protocols and beat the Los Angeles Kings 5-2 Friday night.
Newcomers Laine, Roslovic lead Blue Jackets past S

The Newbies both got their 1st's for the Jackets and help them down the Stars

Patrik Laine and Jack Roslovic scored for the first time since being traded to Columbus last month, and the Blue Jackets beat the Dallas Stars 4-3 on Thursday night to earn a split of the two-game series.
Canucks take step in right direction, but still wa

The Canucks' lose another one to the increasingly impressive Habs

Travis Green called the Canucks' game on Tuesday a "step in the right direction," but it seems the team is still walking a difficult path as they leave behind a pair of losses to Montreal for a three-game set with the Maple Leafs.
Bruins erase three-goal deficit to win against Cap

B's score 5 unanswered to steal 2 points from Chara and the Caps.

David Pastrnak scored his first two goals of the season before Craig Smith tied it, Brandon Carlo scored the go-ahead goal and the Boston Bruins came back to beat the Washington Capitals 5-3 on Monday night.