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Red Wings 3, Rangers 2 (OT)
Larkin tapped a backhanded pass from Andreas Athanasiou over Henrik Lundqvist's shoulder for his team-high seventh goal. Athanasiou scored the tying goal late in regulation as Detroit wiped out a 2-0 third-period deficit.
Justin Abdelkader had the other Wings goal. Jimmy Howard made 28 saves. Kevin Shattenkirk and Neal Pionk scored for New York, who also received 28 saves from Lundqvist.
Maple Leafs 6, Devils 1
John Tavares, Connor Brown, Andreas Johnsson and Tyler Ennis also scored for the Maple Leafs, who have won three straight games. Par Lindholm and Ron Hainsey added two assists each for the Maple Leafs in the annual Hall of Fame game. Toronto goaltender Frederik Andersen made 38 saves.
Blue Jackets 2, Capitals 1
In the first meeting between the teams since the first round of last spring's playoffs when Washington beat Columbus in six games, the Blue Jackets scored two power-play goals for the third time this season.
Duclair snapped a 1-1 tie with his seventh goal of the season for Columbus and Oliver Bjorkstrand, who filled in for Cam Atkinson (illness), also scored for the Blue Jackets, who upped their record to 4-0-1 in one-goal games this season.
Blues 4, Sharks 0
Jaden Schwartz and Alexander Steen each had a goal and an assist to lead the Blues. Alex Pietrangelo and Ryan O'Reilly also scored as St. Louis won for the second game in a row and fourth time in the past five contests.
Johnson made six saves in the first period, 13 in the second and 14 in the third to notch his first shutout since Nov. 30, 2016. The Sharks have dropped back-to-back games and were shut out for the second time this season.
Wild 5, Ducks 1
Jonas Brodin also had a goal and an assist, Jordan Greenway scored a goal and Jared Spurgeon added a pair of assists for Minnesota. The Wild, who won at Los Angeles 3-1 on Thursday night, completed their first back-to-back road sweep of the Kings and Ducks since Dec. 14-15, 2007.
Alex Stalock had 20 saves for Minnesota, which improved to 4-2 after six games of a seven-game road trip that concludes on Sunday afternoon in St. Louis. Pontus Aberg scored the lone goal for Anaheim. John Gibson stopped 38 shots for the Ducks, who matched a season high by allowing five goals.
--Field Level Media
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