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    导出博客文章WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Connor Hellebuyck made 27 saves for his first shutout of
    the season, rookie Patrik Laine scored his NHL-leading 12th goal and the
    Winnipeg Jets beat the division-leading Chicago Blackhawks 4-0 on Tuesday
    night.Rookie defenseman Josh Morrissey scored his first career goal, while
    forwards Chris Thorburn and Nic Petan got their first scores of the season for
    the second-place Jets.Nikolaj Ehlers had two assists, helping Winnipeg stretch
    its points streak to five games.Chicago goalie Corey Crawford was replaced by
    Scott Darling after letting in four goals on 22 shots. Darling made two saves.It
    was the first of five games between the Central Division foes this
    season.LIGHTNING 4, RED WINGS 3DETROIT -- Nikita Kucherov scored his second goal
    of the game with 1:10 left to give Tampa Bay a win over Detroit.Lightning
    captain Steven Stamkos left in the middle of the first period after limping off
    the ice favoring his right leg following a collision with the Red Wings Gustav
    Nyquist along the boards. He did not return and the team said he has a
    lower-body injury.Stamkos and defenseman Nikita Nesterov also scored for Tampa
    Bay, which has won five of eight (5-2-1). Vladislav Namestnikov had two assists
    and Ben Bishop made 25 saves.Defenseman Ryan Sproul got his first career goal
    and had an assist, and Frans Nielsen and Henrik Zetterberg also scored for
    Detroit. Petr Mrazek stopped 18 shots.MAPLE LEAFS 6, PREDATORS 2TORONTO -- James
    van Riemsdyk scored three goals and Tyler Bozak had four assists, helping
    Toronto beat Nashville.Van Riemsdyk added an assist and Mitch Marner had a goal
    and two assists. Leo Komarov and William Nylander also scored to help Toronto
    improve to 6-2-0 at home.James Neal and Viktor Arvidsson scored for the
    Predators, who had their three-game winning streak halted.Frederik Andersen made
    32 saves for Toronto, and Marek Mazanec stopped 26-of-32 shots for
    Nashville.PANTHERS 4, CANADIENS 3, OTMONTREAL -- Aaron Ekblad broke his stick on
    an awkward slap shot that sneaked by goalie Carey Price in overtime, helping
    Florida beat NHL-leading Montreal.Ekblad wound for a shot from the right hash
    marks, but his stick snapped and the puck slid slowly toward the net. It
    deflected off the boot of defenseman Nathan Beaulieu before sliding past Price
    2:59 into OT.Alex Petrovic, Kyle Rau and Denis Malgin scored for the Panthers,
    and Roberto Luongo made 34 saves.Max Pacioretty, David Desharnais and Paul Byron
    had goals for Montreal, which is in its first two-game winless streak this
    season. Price made 20 saves in his first loss of the season.SENATORS 3, FLYERS
    2, SOPHILADELPHIA -- Erik Karlsson scored the only goal of the shootout to lift
    Ottawa over Philadelphia.Mark Stone and Kyle Turris scored for the Senators, who
    have won three of their last four. Craig Anderson had 33 saves through overtime
    and stopped all five attempts in the tiebreaker.Nick Cousins and Michael Raffl
    had Philadelphias goals, and Steve Mason finished with 24 saves. The Flyers have
    lost four of five.Turris tied the score on a wraparound with 1:59 left in
    regulation. He then had a chance to get the winner in overtime on a 2-on-1 with
    Karlsson, but was stopped by Mason.DEVILS 2, STARS 1, OTDALLAS -- Adam Henrique
    scored 44 seconds into overtime to give New Jersey a victory over
    Dallas.Henrique and Kyle Palmieri skated in on Dallas goalie Antti Niemi on a
    2-on-1. Palmieri sent a pass from the right side to Henrique at the edge of the
    left faceoff circle, and Henrique put the puck into the lower left portion of
    the net.The game had been tied since Patrick Eaves goal for Dallas at 10:33 of
    the first period.Damon Severson scored at 7:40 of the first for New Jersey,
    which won its fifth straight game.Niemi made 31 saves, including 16 in the
    second period.Cory Schneider had 23 saves for New Jersey.BLUES 4, SABRES 1ST.
    LOUIS -- Jaden Schwartz and Kyle Brodziak scored early in the third period to
    lead St. Louis over Buffalo.Robby Fabbri and Scottie Upshall also scored and
    Jake Allen made 23 saves for the Blues, who snapped a three-game skid and beat
    the Sabres for the ninth straight time.Sam Reinhart scored and Robin Lehner
    stopped 27 shots for the Sabres, who lost their fifth consecutive
    game.HURRICANES 1, SHARKS 0RALEIGH, N.C. -- Joakim Nordstrom scored with 9:12
    left, Cam Ward made 22 saves in his first shutout in over a year and Carolina
    beat San Jose.Ward got the 24th shutout of his career and first since he blanked
    Colorado on Oct. 21, 2015, while improving to 6-1 in his career against the
    Sharks.That helped the Hurricanes win their second straight to escape last place
    in the Metropolitan Division, in the process snapping the defending Western
    Conference champions three-game winning streak.Aaron Dell stopped 32 shots in
    his third career game and his second start for the Sharks, who managed just two
    shots on goal in the second period before coming on strong in the third.BLUE
    JACKETS 2, CAPITALS 1, OTCOLUMBUS, Ohio -- Cam Atkinson scored 37 seconds into
    overtime as Columbus rallied to beat Washington.Atkinson buried a wrist shot off
    a faceoff from the right circle past goaltender Philipp Grubauer to extend
    Columbus home winning streak to six.Zach Werenski scored the tying goal with
    just under seven minutes remaining for the Blue Jackets, and Sergei Bobrovsky
    stopped 26 shots.Nicklas Backstrom scored late in the second period for
    Washington, and Grubauer finished with 20 saves.FLAMES 1, WILD 0ST. PAUL, Minn.
    -- Johnny Gaudreaus goal early in the first period held up and Chad Johnson
    stopped 27 shots for Calgarys first shutout of the season, fueling a victory
    that ended a four-game losing streak.Outscored 17-4 over the skid -- with two of
    those goals from Gaudreau -- Johnson and the Flames gave their NHL-worst goals
    against average a big boost. Their scoring differential, now at minus-19, is
    last in the league.Flames goalie Brian Elliott, formerly of the St. Louis Blues,
    has an 8-2 record with a 2.18 goals against average in 12 career games against
    the Wild, but Johnson got the call from coach Glen Gulutzan instead.Devan Dubnyk
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    the countrys top varsity football teams. Mississippi State Bulldogs guard
    Quinndary Weatherspoon will miss the rest of the season with torn ligaments in
    his left wrist that will require surgery, the school said.Weatherspoons injury
    happened late in a 80-68 win over Boise State on Friday in a game in which he
    scored a career-high 25 points.I cant even begin to tell you how bad I feel for
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    hes at, but he knows he has thhe support of everyone on this team, and I expect
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