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Arvidsson and Josi lead charge for Preds.

Nashville nets four against Colorado, including goals from Viktor Arvidsson and Roman Josi.

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Kucherov keeps scoring streak rolling.

Nikita Kucherov rips a slap shot past Cory Schneider for his eighth goal of the season. Kucherov has scored in all seven of Tampa Bay's games this season.

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Devils win in shootout on Schneider save.

Kyle Palmieri nets the go-ahead goal backed up by a blocker save from Cory Schneider on Ryan Callahan to give New Jersey the win.

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Vanek scores on the break.

Thomas Vanek pads Vancouver's lead in the third period with a slap shot on the breakaway.

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Brown scores off rebound.

Morgan Rielly sends a wrister to the net that gets saved, but Connor Brown is there to put home the puck in Toronto's 2-0 win over Washington.

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Giroux pours it on for Flyers.

Claude Giroux nutmegs Roberto Luongo to score his fourth goal of the season in a 5-1 win.

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Malkin scores winner for Pittsburgh in OT.

Phil Kessel steals the puck deep in the Rangers' zone and feeds Evgeni Malkin for the game-winning goal in overtime.

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Gostisbehere nets first goal of season for Philly.

Shayne Gostisbehere scores the second of a four-goal second period for the Flyers in a 5-1 win against Florida.

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Crosby ties game from behind the net.

With under a minute left in the third period and the Penguins down a goal, Sidney Crosby send a backhander toward the net that deflects off Henrik Lundqvist and goes in the net.

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Toronto goalie Frederik Andersen made history in their 2-0 win over Washington on Tuesday night, becoming the first Maple Leafs goalie in franchise history to post a shutout at the Capitals, dating back to 1974. He made 30 saves, but the team in front of him was the story here. The Leafs dominated for stretches, showing better speed than the Capitals and getting a workmanlike Connor Brown goal in the third to break a scoreless tie. Washington, meanwhile, was disturbingly passive offensively, generating fewer even-strength shot attempts (56) than the Leafs (57) despite seeking a bounce-back from that 8-2 drubbing from the Flyers on Saturday. That's a solid road win for the Leafs against the team that eliminated them from the playoffs last April.

Greg Wyshynski, ESPN

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