Patric Hornqvist and Phil Kessel each scored twice Thursday for the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins in a 9-1 shellacking of the Calgary Flames.
Sidney Crosby had a goal and two assists, and Bryan Rust, Jack Johnson, Jake Guentzel and Matt Cullen also scored for Pittsburgh, which won its third straight. Derick Brassard had three assists, and Evgeni Malkin, Kris Letang and Dominik Simon two each.
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James Neal spoiled goaltender Matt Murray’s bid for a shutout with two minutes left in regulation. Murray made 38 saves.
Calgary goaltender Mike Smith, who got scant defensive support, allowed six goals on 21 shots before yielding to David Rittich, who stopped 12 of 15 shots. The Flames lost for the third time in four games.
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Clayton Keller, Brad Richardson and Lawson Crouse scored in the third period, and Darcy Kuemper had 27 saves as Arizona beat Vancouver in Glendale, Ariz.
Keller scored his fourth goal of the season on a point-blank shot after a turnover early in the third period to break a tie at 1. Alex Galchenyuk had an assist on the play, his first point for the Coyotes in his second game after missing the first seven due to a lower-body injury.
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Kuemper won his second consecutive start in place of Antti Raanta, who is ill. Arizona’s Alex Goligoski and Vancouver’s Darren Archibald scored second-period goals.
Boone Jenner and Anthony Duclair scored twice apiece for Columbus, which overcame an early two-goal deficit to win at St. Louis.
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David Savard, Josh Anderson and Seth Jones also scored for the Blue Jackets, who posted their most goals since a 7-3 win over the Edmonton Oilers on March 27. Goalie Joonas Korpisalo recorded 33 saves as Columbus snapped a two-game losing streak.
Vladimir Tarasenko, Jaden Schwartz, Alexander Steen and Zach Sanford scored for the Blues, who allowed their most goals since an 8-3 loss to...
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