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Smith leads Golden Knights to 6-3 win over Canadiens

LAS VEGAS -- It was a great time for Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill Foley to visit the locker room after their latest win. The Golden Knights had just beaten one of the NHL's Original Six teams, set another record for an expansion team in its inaugural season, and they also leapfrogged the Tampa

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Highlight] Nikita Scherbak pulls the puck around the goaltender to make it a 3-2 game

The Canadiens have two goals in the first period, and they've both been phenomenal. Nikita Scherbak adds a highlight-reel goal to the one Charles Hudon had added earlier. More From Eyes On The Prize [Highlight] Charles Hudon powers his way to the net to score a highlight-reel goal Canadiens vs. Golden

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Tearing it down will not be the hard part for the Rangers

You would remember the Purge of 2004 a little bit differently if the Rangers had emerged with a haul featuring their first- or second-line center for the next dozen years. The Blueshirts should have had Travis Zajac as part of the return for Brian Leetch. Fourteen seasons ago, the collection of mercenaries

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Ducks outlast Wild 3-2 in 11th round of shootout

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Nick Ritchie scored in the 11th round of a shootout and John Gibson stopped seven straight shots in the Anaheim Ducks' 3-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Saturday. After the teams combined for 13 straight misses, Ritchie beat Devan Dubnyk. Ryan Getzlaff and Ondrej Kase

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Blackhawks rout Capitals 7-1 to end 8-game losing streak

CHICAGO (AP) — Jonathan Toews had a goal and two assists and the Chicago Blackhawks ripped the Washington Capitals 7-1 on Saturday night to end an eight-game losing streak. Patrick Kane, Brandon Saad and Ryan Hartman each added a goal and an assist in a 44-shot attack that took advantage of Washington

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