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Saturday's NHL Capsules

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DALLAS - Antoine Roussel broke a third-period tie for the second time in three games, and the Dallas Stars beat the San Jose Sharks 5-3 on Saturday.

The game-winners are the only goals this season for Roussel, who also had two assists against San Jose.

John Klingberg's shot from the right point hit Sharks goalie Alex Stalock's pads and Roussel's skate, and the puck trickled across the goal line with 6:23 to play. Tyler Seguin added a power-play goal into an empty net.

Dallas has won eight of the last nine games. San Jose has lost five of six.

Patrick Sharp scored the first goal for the Stars, who didn't trail in the game.

For San Jose, Joe Pavelski and Joel Ward scored on the power play, and Matt Nieto had a short-handed goal.

KINGS 4, PREDATORS 3, OT

LOS ANGELES (AP) ? Jeff Carter scored at 4:42 of overtime, Tyler Toffoli continued his strong start with two more goals, and Los Angeles extended its winning streak to seven games.

Rookie Andy Andreoff also scored, and Jonathan Quick made 31 saves for the Kings, whose streak began after an 0-3 start.

Nashville defenceman Ryan Ellis scored the tying goal with 6:04 left in the third period, and Pekka Rinne stopped 25 shots for the Predators, who had won the previous five meetings ??? all by one-goal margins.

James Neal and Shea Weber scored power-play goals less than 3 1/2 minutes apart in the second period for Nashville, and Filip Forsberg and Roman Josi each had two assists.

DEVILS 3, ISLANDERS 2, SO

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) ??? Mike Cammalleri and Jacob Josefson scored in the shootout, and the Devils won for the sixth time in seven games.

John Moore and Bobby Farnham each scored their first goal of the season, and Cory Schneider made 24 saves for New Jersey, which lost all four games to the Islanders last season.

Anders Lee and Frans Nielsen scored for New York, which played without captain John Tavares. He was scratched because he wasn't feeling well.

Nielsen scored for New York's first attempt in the shootout. Schneider stopped Kyle Okposo and Kyle Clutterbuck, and Josh Bailey hit the post.

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