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Facts and Figures: Carlson piling up points for Capitals

Defenseman shares NHL scoring lead after three-assist game in win against Rangers

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John Carlson pulled into a share of the NHL scoring lead with his second straight three-point game for the Washington Capitals in a 5-2 victory against the New York Rangers at Capital One Arena on Friday.

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Facts and Figures: Kessel finds scoring touch with Coyotes

Forward scores first two goals for Arizona in win against Predators

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Phil Kessel had the 53rd multigoal game of his NHL career Thursday when he scored his first two goals with the Arizona Coyotes in a 5-2 victory against the Nashville Predators at Gila River Arena.

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Facts and Figures: McDavid joins Gretzky with 17 points in seven games

Second player in Oilers history to accomplish feat, teams with Draisaitl to keep Edmonton rolling

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Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl of the Edmonton Oilers were too much for the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday. McDavid had five points (one goal, four assists) and Draisaitl had three (two goals, one assist) in a 6-3 win at Rogers Place, the sixth victory in seven games this season for the Oilers (6-1-0).

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Facts and Figures: Kuemper ties Khabibulin for Coyotes goaltending record

Has allowed two goals or fewer in 11 straight starts since March 23

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Darcy Kuemper continued his run as one of the top goalies in the NHL since March 23 by making 38 saves in a 4-2 win against the Winnipeg Jets at Bell MTS Place on Tuesday.

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Facts and Figures: Pastrnak's performance powers Bruins

Forward third player with four-goal game in first 13 days of season

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David Pastrnak is the third player this season to score four goals in one game. The forward scored every goal for the Boston Bruins in a 4-2 win against the Anaheim Ducks at TD Garden on Monday.

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Facts and Figures: Penguins combine for 14 goals in two days

Score at least seven in back-to-back games for fourth time in history, first since 1986

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The Pittsburgh Penguins are generating offense even without injured forwards Evgeni Malkin, Alex Galchenyuk and Nick Bjugstad. They scored seven goals for the second time in as many days and third time this season with a 7-2 win against the Winnipeg Jets at Bell MTS Place on Sunday.

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Facts and Figures: Kings, Penguins erupt for seven goals in victories

Los Angeles scores three in 30 seconds; Crosby extends point streak to five games for Pittsburgh

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The Los Angeles Kings scored at least seven goals in a home opener for the fifth time in their history while setting a team record for the fastest three goals in a regular-season game when they defeated the Nashville Predators 7-4 at Staples Center on Monday.

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Facts and Figures: Miller begins 17th NHL season in style for Ducks

Defeats Blue Jackets, extends League record for most wins by United States-born goalie

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Ryan Miller made the first appearance of his 17th NHL season a winning one when he made 26 saves to lead the Anaheim Ducks to a 2-1 victory against the Columbus Blue Jackets at Nationwide Arena on Friday.

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Facts and Figures: Ovechkin climbs power-play goals list

Marleau, Sharks celebrate return; Oilers comebacks becoming habit

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Ovechkin passes Robitaille

WSH@NSH: Ovechkin moves up NHL's all-time PPGs list

Alex Ovechkin buries a one-timer to pass Luc Robitaille for sole possession of fourth place on the NHL's all-time power-play goals list

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Alex Ovechkin keeps feeling the power.

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Facts and Figures: Canucks tie team record for goals in home opener

Miller has first four-point game of NHL career; Eichel powers Sabres to OT win

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Canucks score twice in 42 seconds

LAK@VAN: Hughes, Sutter score 42 seconds apart

Quinn Hughes scores his first NHL goal on the power play and Brandon Sutter nets a one-timer 42 seconds later to give the Canucks a 2-0 lead

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The Vancouver Canucks matched their record for most goals in a home opener by defeating the Los Angeles Kings 8-2 at Rogers Arena on Wednesday.

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