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NHL: Four goals from Steven Stamkos halt Oilers streak

NHL: Four goals from Steven Stamkos halt Oilers streak

Steven Stamkos scored four goals in a game for the first time in his career on Thursday, as the Tampa Bay Lightning scored five goals in the third period alone to win 7-4 and snap the Edmonton Oilers’ eight-game winning streak.

The Lightning led 2-0 in the first period, but the Oilers responded with three goals in the second period to take a 3-2 lead after 40 minutes.

Stamkos then scored two of the Lightning’s three unanswered goals to make it 5-3 Tampa Bay. Stamkos also opened the scoring after just 1:07 to play and scored the final goal of the game into an empty net late in the game.

Andrei Vasilevskiy made 50 saves against the Lightning, who have won four of their last six games.

Nikita Kucherov scored a goal and two assists. He became the first NHL player to reach 50 points this season.

Anthony Cirelli and Tyler Mott were the other scorers for the Lightning.

The Oilers’ last loss was on November 22 when they lost 6-3 to the Carolina Hurricanes.

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins had a goal and two assists and Connor McDavid had a goal and an assist. Zach Hyman, who already scored his 17th goal, and Darnell Nurse scored for the Oilers.

The Kraken manhandles the Black Hawk. Bedard was cleared for a rare spell abroad

Kyler Yamamoto scored twice in the first half, Oliver Bjorkstrand had a goal and two assists, and the Seattle Kraken beat Connor Bedard to crush the Chicago Blackhawks 7-1.

The Kraken have won back-to-back for only the third time this season. This is the first time Seattle has achieved this without needing to work overtime.

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Yamamoto opened the scoring 3:07 into the game and added a second goal late in the first. Bjorkstrand, Ty Carty and Eeli Tolvanen scored in the second half with three goals. Jared McCann and Pierre-Edouard Bellemare added more by hitting a goal 21 seconds apart early in the third period.

Joey Daccord, author of the first shutout of his career on Tuesday, continued to reject 21 of 22 shots aimed at him.

Taylor Radish was the lone scorer for the Blackhawks, who lost their third straight game.

Bedard hit the back of the net three times and saw his streak of games with at least one point on opposing ice end at 10.

The Wild continue to win with John Hynes

Mats Zuccarello and Matt Boldy converted their chances in a shootout, leading the Minnesota Wild to a 3-2 victory over the Calgary Flames.

Poldi and Marco Rossi scored in regular time for Minnesota.

The team has a 6-2-0 record with John Hynes at the helm replacing Dean Evason.

Filip Gustafsson made 36 saves, bettered only by Igor Sharangovich and Blake Coleman.

Dan Vladar stopped 30 shots for the Flames, who lost their fourth straight game. The club is 1-5-1 in seven games.

Boldy has seven goals and nine points since Hines arrived. Sharangovich has five goals in four games.

Rossi at 10 net. Among rookies, he is ahead of only Connor Bedard of the Chicago Blackhawks in this regard.

The Wild will host the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday afternoon. Saturday night, the Flames will host the Tampa Bay Lightning.

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