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Bruins Set NHL Points Record With Impressive Win Over Capitals

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Brad Marchand and Tyler Bertuzzi scored goals when the Boston Bruins had an extra player on the ice. This led to the Bruins winning 5-2 over the Washington Capitals and setting a new NHL points record!

The Bruins’ shouts of “We want the Cup!” were heard as they won their seventh consecutive game, which increased their total points to 133. That beat the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens who only had 112 points due to ties in that era. This season, the Bruins have received 11 extra points from winning overtime and shootout games. Tomas Nosek , Garnet Hathaway and Jake DeBrusk also added to Boston’s win number 64.

David Pastrnak scored his 60th goal of the season and added more with 51 assists. Linus Ullmark had 19 saves before he left the game due to some health problem with just over nine minutes remaining.

On the other side, two players from Washington Capitals – Nick Jensen and Tom Wilson also did their part by scoring goals. As for Charlie Lindgren, he made 33 saves and this included a one-handed, glove-less save on David Pastrnak in the third period. In total, Carolina Hurricanes defeated Detroit Red Wings 4-1.

Stefan Noesen and Jordan Martinook scored goals, while Brent Burns and Jesperi Kotkaniemi added two more goals. Antti Raanta stopped twenty shots and the Carolina Hurricanes won the game. This win made sure that the Carolina Hurricanes stay in first place in their Division with just one game left in their season. It also helped them bounce back from a period where they did not get any points for three straight games, which was the only time that happened during this season.

The Carolina Hurricanes have 111 points, which is one more than the New Jersey Devils. This means that the Hurricanes can now play their playoff games at home and if they win this Thursday night’s game against Florida, they’ll be champions of the division for three years in a row.

Robert Hagg scored for the Red Wings but their former goalie Alex Nedeljkovic still made 25 saves to try and help them win. Unfortunately, it didn’t work and Detroit lost their fourth game in a row, as the Devils beat the Sabres 6-2.

Tomas Tatar scored two goals and helped out his team, the New Jersey Devils, to clinch home ice advantage in the playoffs. This win allowed them to secure a better position for their upcoming playoff matches.

Jack Hughes also scored an empty-net goal that earned him 97 points this season which broke the previous record of 96 from Patrik Elias back in 2000-2001. His achievement was impressive!

Jesper Boqvist, Jonas Siegenthaler and Miles Wood all scored goals as the Devils obtained a good performance from their reserve players, achieving equal their record of 51 wins. Vitek Vanecek stopped 36 shots to give Buffalo only its second loss in 10 matches without going into overtime or shootout.

Jeff Skinner and Mattias Samuelsson both scored for the Sabres, but it was still not enough to help their team make it into the playoffs. This is their longest time without making a postseason run since 2011! Devon Levi, a very talented 21-year-old player, made 24 saves but ended up losing the game.

In another game, Michael Amadio got two goals and an assist to help Vegas get closer to claiming the Pacific Division. They beat Seattle 4-1 in this game.

Reilly Smith had a great performance in the game, scoring a goal and getting two assists on Amadio’s goals. Jonathan Marchessault also scored during a 5-on-3 powerplay with help from William Karlsson’s two assists. Laurent Brossoit made 20 saves and is now 6-0-3 this season. The Vegas defense only allowed 4 shots on goal during the third period. Lastly, Yanni Gourde scored for the Kraken in their 4-3 loss against the Maple Leafs.

Joseph Woll, who was recently called up from the minor leagues, made 45 saves, while William Nylander had a goal and two assists. As a result, the Toronto Maple Leafs beat Tampa Bay in a practice match for their upcoming playoff series next week.

Toronto had to rest some of its players — Auston Matthews, Mitchell Marner and Mark Giordano — because of salary cap issues. Matt Onuska from Windsor (of the Ontario Hockey League) filled in as the backup goalie instead. Besides that, Luke Schenn, Calle Jarnkrok and Ryan O’Reilly also scored goals for Toronto.

Alex Killorn, Nick Perbix and Mikhail Sergachev all scored points for the Lightning and Andrei Vasilevskiy saved 20 shots during the game. Meanwhile, in a separate game, the Oilers won their 8th straight match when Evan Bouchard scored a power play goal 1 minute and 50 seconds into overtime. Additionally, Stuart Skinner blocked 28 shots for Edmonton in this game.

Connor McDavid had an awesome night – he helped score the game-winning overtime goal which extended his points streak to 15 games! That makes him the first-ever NHL player to have 3 different points streaks of 15 games or more during this season. He’s only not gotten a point in 7 games all season.

Mattias Ekholm also scored for the Oilers, who are trying hard to become Champions of the Pacific Division and already have a 14 game point streak going into their last match.

Ben Meyers scored a goal for the Stanley Cup champion Avalanche and Alexandar Georgiev safely stopped 38 shots. The Avalanche only have two games left in their season, but they are already set to win the Central Division crown and will get to play at home first if they make it to the playoffs. Meanwhile, the Jets beat the Wild 3-1 with an awesome night of hockey!

Mark Scheifele got his 42nd goal, Connor Hellebuyck stopped 33 shots, and the Winnipeg Jets help get the last spot in the Western Conference playoffs. Adam Lowry and Mason Appleton also contributed to the Jets’ win by scoring goals while Hellebuyck played his 13th consecutive match. By winning five out of six games, they defeated Nashville and will now take part in the playoffs.

Kirill Kaprizov scored with a special kick for the Wild, but the Jets still beat them. Marc-Andre Fleury blocked 17 shots. Then in Pittsburgh, Buddy Robinson and Andres Athanasiou each scored in the third period which made it harder for the Penguins to reach the playoffs.

Pittsburgh needed to win their last two games against Chicago and Columbus in order to continue their streak of being the longest active sports team in North American professional sports for seventeen years. Unfortunately, Petr Mrazek saved 38 shots and Robinson scored a goal that led to Chicago winning the game. Consequently, Pittsburgh won’t be making it into the playoffs this year with only one game left to play. On top of that, Connor Murphy, Tyler Johnson and MacKenzie Entwistle also had goals for Chicago.

Evgeni Malkin and Danton Heinen scored some points for the Pittsburgh Penguins in their match. Tristan Jarry made 22 saves which helped the Penguins to get ready for the upcoming playoffs.

Vancouver Canucks won against Anaheim Ducks after J.T. Miller scored one goal and made one assist. Elias Pettersson had two assists, crossing 100 points for this season, Brock Boeser and Andrei Kuzmenko also added power-play goals to secure the victory for Vancouver.

Thatcher Demko made 33 stops during his final game of the season. Drew Helleson scored his first ever NHL goal and Mason McTavish had a power-play score, however the Ducks still lost their 12th consecutive game. Lukas Dostal also made 33 saves.

In Philadelphia, Owen Tippett got two goals with 15.5 seconds left in overtime which helped the Flyers break out of their seven game losing streak.

James van Riemsdyk bagged his 300th goal in his career and Joel Farabee also scored for the Flyers. Carter Hart safeguarded the game with 28 saves.

Trey Fix-Wolansky, Sean Kuraly and Liam Foudy scored for Columbus, but they failed as they have been losing continuously in their last four games and nine out of ten overall. Michael Hutchinson successfully managed to help save 35 shots.

The two clubs playing against each other were amongst the worst clubs of the league – one team being at last place in the Eastern Conference and tied with Chicago who has least points in whole NHL whereas other was just six places better than Philadelphia with least number of points!

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