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NHL: Owen Tippett has a blast with a hat-trick and Philly beats CH

Owen Tippett completed his hat-trick in impressive fashion to help the Philadelphia Flyers defeat the Buffalo Sabers 5-2 on Friday.

With this victory, the Flyers now lead the Montreal Canadiens to 27H In the National Hockey League standings, with 61 points against 60 in the Habs. The Penn team also has a game in hand against Montreal.

Tippett opened the scoring late in the first period on the power play with 19H Campaign objective. He returned to offense midway through the period to make it 3-0 for Philadelphia. Joel Farabi also found the back of the net at the start of the clash.

Tippett saved the best for a hat-trick. He appeared alone against Craig Anderson in the third period and delivered a great fake goalie before rocking the ropes.

Anderson finished the night with 17 saves on 22 putouts. Carter Hart scored the Flyers’ win with 36 saves. Only Viktor Olofsson has managed to outsmart the goalkeeper on two occasions.

The Sabers are trying to stay in the playoffs in the East. With 72 points, they are six points behind the New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins who occupy the two spots among the drafted teams.

The first match with two goals for Bliss

Samuel Blais scored twice as the St. Louis Blues beat the Washington Capitals 5-2.

The Blues led by four goals before seeing the Capitals show signs of life on offense.

The Capitals missed an opportunity to close in on a playoff berth in the Eastern Conference. They are five points behind the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Islanders, the two currently drafted teams.

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In his first start of the season with the Blues, young goaltender Joel Hoover made 33 saves. He was able to play due to a suspension issued to Jordan Pennington.

Blais opened the scoring at 1:54 before returning to charge at 14:36 ​​of a second to make it 4-0. Quebec now has six goals to its name this season. It was also the first time in his career that he had found the net twice in a match.

Jordan Kerro, who leads his team with 31 goals, has also scored at least one point in his last six games.

Kasperi Kapanen and Brayden Sheen completed the scoring for the Blues in an empty net.

Martin Fairvari and Niklas Backstrom answered for the Capitals.

Rasmus Sandin, who caught an assist, reached 10 points in seven games with Washington.

Ducks get blue jackets

Max Jones broke a 4-4 tie with less than three minutes left in the game and the Anaheim Ducks defeated the Columbus Blue Jackets 6-4.

Defender Scott Harrington scored two goals, one of which was an empty net. Trevor Zigras, Maxime Comatois, Troy Terry, Max Jones and Ryan Strom also scored in the Ducks win.

Strom and Terry each finished the game with a goal and an assist, while Quebec’s Simon Benoit collected two assists.

The Blue Jackets have never had a lead in the game. Patrick Lane, Cole Selinger, Bon Jenner and Nick Blankenberge all found the back of the net in the loss.

Ducks goalkeeper Lucas Dostal was busy making 38 saves in the win. At the other end of the rink, Michael Hutchinson surrendered five times in 36 rounds.

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The Blue Jackets have now lost six of their last seven games as the Ducks have gone on a two-game losing streak.

With the win, the Ducks are four points clear of the Canadiens and 28th in the NHL.