Bruins extend winning streak against Lightning

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BOSTON — Brad Marchand scored a tiebreaking goal on the power play with 2:16 left in the third period, completing Boston’s comeback from a 2-0 deficit with
a 3-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday that extended the Bruins’ winning streak to six.

Marchand’s 11th goal of the season came late in a double-
minor high sticking penalty to Brendan Mikkelson. It was the second power-play goal of the game for the Bruins, who had not scored at home with a man advantage entering the game.

FLYERS 2, SENATORS 1

In Philadelphia, Wayne Simmonds and Jakub Voracek had goals and Ilya Bryzgalov stopped 33 shots to help the Flyers defeat Ottawa.

The win gave the Flyers a .500 record for the first time this season, at 11-11-1. Philadelphia has won five of its past seven games.

Marc Methot scored for the Senators.

PENGUINS 7,
CANADIENS 6 (OT)

In Montreal, Brandon Sutter’s second goal of the game 52 seconds into the extra period to lift Pittsburgh to a wild victory over the Canadiens.

Matt Cooke and Chris Kunitz, both netted two goals, and Sidney Crosby also scored for the Penguins.

HURRICANES 6, PANTHERS 2

In Raleigh, N.C., Jussi Jokinen scored twice and added an assist, and Riley Nash netted his first goal as part of a three-point night in Carolina’s win over Florida.

Eric Staal also had two goals for the Hurricanes.

SABRES 4, DEVILS 3 (SO)

In Buffalo, N.Y., Jason Pominville scored twice in regulation and added a shootout goal, and the Sabres extended their winning streak to three games by beating New Jersey.

COYOTES 5, DUCKS 4

In Glendale, Ariz., Steve Sullivan scored the tying goal with 6:28 remaining in regulation and then netted the lone goal in the shootout to lift Phoenix to a win over Anaheim.

CAPITALS 3, JETS 0

In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Braden Holtby stopped 35 shots and Mike Ribeiro had a goal and an assist and Washington defeated the Jets.


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