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WASHINGTON (AP) Alex Ovechkin scored twice to reach 600 goals and Evgeny Kuznetsov had the overtime winner as the Washington Capitals returned to first place by beating the Winnipeg Jets 3-2 on Monday.Ovechkin scored in each of the first two periods to get to 42 this season. The Russian winger became the 20th player and fourth-fastest in NHL history to 600 goals and is on pace to lead the league in goals for the seventh time.Kuznetsov made it a night of celebration for Washington by scoring on a breakaway 4:11 into overtime.Jets winger Patrik Laine scored his 16th in the past 12 games to get to 41 goals this season. Nikolaj Ehlers also scored a 4-on-4 goal for Winnipeg San Jose Sharks Hats Authentic , which got 40 saves from Connor Hellebuyck.Capitals goaltender Philipp Grubauer stopped 26 shots in his third consecutive start.GOLDEN KNIGHTS 3, FLYERS 2PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Marc-Andre Fleury made 38 saves to become the 13th goalie in NHL history with 400 career victories, and Ryan Carpenter scored the winning goal for Vegas with 2:40 left.Erik Haula and William Karlsson also scored for the Pacific Division leaders, who completed a 4-1 road trip.Fleury, who earned his first NHL win on Oct. 18, 2003, became the third active goalie to reach the milestone, joining Roberto Luongo and Henrik Lundqvist.Claude Giroux and Wayne Simmonds scored for the Flyers, who have lost six of seven.BLUE JACKETS 5, CANADIENS 2COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Seth Jones was the driving force behind two power-play goals in the first period, helping the Blue Jackets to their fifth consecutive victory.Alexander Wennberg had a goal and three assists for Columbus, and Nick Foligno, Boone Jenner and Ian Cole also scored.Behind a run of eight wins in 11 games overall, the Blue Jackets moved past idle New Jersey into the first wild-card position in the Eastern Conference. Columbus also pulled within two points of third-place Philadelphia in the Metropolitan Division.Brendan Gallagher and Jonathan Drouin scored for banged-up Montreal, which has lost five straight. The Canadiens have been playing without Carey Price, Max Pacioretty and Shea Weber.RANGERS 6 Custom San Jose Sharks Jerseys , HURRICANES 3NEW YORK (AP) – Jimmy Vesey scored three times, Mats Zuccarello had two goals and the Rangers stopped a three-game slide.Vladislav Namestnikov also scored for the Rangers, who earned their first home win since Feb. 9. Pavel Buchnevich and Mika Zibanejad each had three assists.Backup goalie Alexandar Georgiev made 41 saves for his second win of the season.Teuvo Teravainen, Lee Stempniak and Victor Rask scored for the Hurricanes. Scott Darling, who has struggled in his first season with Carolina, made 17 stops.SENATORS 5, PANTHERS 3SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) – Matt Duchene scored twice, including the go-ahead goal with three minutes left, and Ottawa got the road win.Magnus Paajarvi also had two goals for Ottawa, and Jean-Gabriel Pageau added one late. Craig Anderson made 35 saves, and Erik Karlsson and Mike Hoffman each added two assists.Jonathan Huberdeau, Mike Matheson and Evgenii Dadonov scored for the Panthers, who had won eight straight home games. Vincent Trocheck had two assists, but Roberto Luongo allowed five goals on 25 shots.The Panthers are three points behind New Jersey for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.SHARKS 5, RED WINGS 3SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – Eric Fehr scored his first goal with San Jose and the Sharks closed a six-game homestand by handing Detroit its seventh straight loss.Joonas Donskoi www.officialblues.com , Kevin Labanc and Timo Meier also scored to help the Sharks win for the fourth time on the homestand and remain in second place in the Pacific Division. Chris Tierney added an empty-net goal to seal it.Martin Jones made 23 saves for San Jose.Henrik Zetterberg, Trevor Daley and Gustav Nyquist scored for the Red Wings, who matched their longest losing streak of the season. Jimmy Howard stopped 29 shots.KINGS 3, CANUCKS 0LOS ANGELES (AP) – Jonathan Quick made 35 saves for his fourth shutout of the season and Los Angeles moved back into playoff position with a win over Vancouver.Tyler Toffoli, Anze Kopitar and Tanner Pearson scored for the Kings, who jumped into third place in the Pacific Division with their fifth victory in seven games. Los Angeles is one point ahead of Anaheim in the division standings.Anders Nilsson made 30 saves for the Canucks, who were shut out for the second consecutive game. Vancouver has scored three goals during a four-game losing streak.BLUES 4, DUCKS 2ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) – Ivan Barbashev had a goal and an assist to help St. Louis beat Anaheim.Robert Bortuzzo, Vladimir Sobotka and Patrik Berglund also scored for the Blues, who have won consecutive games after losing nine of 10. They are one point behind Anaheim and Colorado for the final playoff spot in a crowded Western Conference race.Alex Pietrangelo had two assists and Jake Allen made 20 saves.Corey Perry and Derek Grant scored for the Ducks, who lost their third straight. John Gibson stopped 18 shots.— DALLAS (AP) Dougie Hamilton got home from a workout, turned on the TV to watch the NHL draft and saw his name on the screen as part of a trade to the Carolina Hurricanes.”That’s where I found out,” Hamilton said.He might want to stay tuned because the Hurricanes are just getting started.Carolina acquired Hamilton, winger Micheal Ferland and forward prospect Adam Fox from the Calgary Flames on Saturday for center Elias Lindholm and defenseman Noah Hanifin in the latest move during a time of drastic turnover. The Hurricanes, who have missed the playoffs each of the past nine seasons, have gotten a new owner St. Louis Blues T-Shirts Authentic , general manager and coach so far this year and will have a very different team on the ice.”When you’ve gone as long as we have without making the playoffs the message is we want to be better, we want to compete and we want to win,” GM Don Waddell said. ”We have a lot of other possibilities, pieces to move around. We wanted to acquire the best players we could and let the rest shake out as we move forward.”Waddell started shaking up the roster by shipping out two pending restricted free agents in Lindholm and Hanifin and added a right-shot defender in Hamilton who could make co-captain Justin Faulk expendable. The Hurricanes should trade for a goaltender and could move Faulk and winger Jeff Skinner soon.”We’ll stay busy,” Waddell said. ”I can’t say for sure anything will get done. I’m pretty confident something will get done, whether it’s in the next few days or next 10 days.”The 25-year-old Hamilton now has been traded at the draft twice after going from the Boston Bruins to the Flames three years ago. Waddell said there were ”no red flags” about Hamilton because of that and was thrilled to pick up an offensive-minded blue liner who has 220 points in 423 regular-season games.Hamilton figures being traded is easier this time.”It’s definitely a learning experience, something that helps you grow,” Hamilton said on a conference call. ”You have to go through different experiences and stuff and I think you get growth from that.”The Hurricanes have gone through some growing pains over the past few months. Tom Dundon bought the team from Peter Karmanos Jr. removed Ron Francis as general manager and replaced him with Waddell and promoted assistant Rod Brind’Amour to head coach.This trade changes Brind’Amour’s mix as Carolina looks to end the league’s longest playoff drought. Ferland gives the Hurricanes a big winger who can produce after putting up a career-high 41 points last season with Calgary.”We talked all along that we feel like we’ve got a lot of skill pieces up front and we need a little size and muscle up front, so Ferland, who scored 20 or 21 goals last year, fit that bill pretty well for us,” Waddell said.Giving up the 21-year-old Hanifin and 23-year-old Lindholm was a heavy price to pay for the Hurricanes. Hanifin was the fifth overall pick in 2015 and joins an already deep blue line that includes Mark Giordano and T.J. Brodie.Hanifin and Lindholm are reunited in Calgary with coach Bill Peters, who stepped down from the Hurricanes at the end of the season amid uncertainty within the front office.”Obviously Bill spoke very highly of both players and really likes both players,” Flames GM Brad Treliving said. ”Both guys are great character. He liked both players. It was a great resource to have.”—This story has been corrected to show that Micheal Ferland had 41, not 78, points last season.—
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