CALGARY, Alberta — Kris Versteeg scored the go-ahead goal with 5:31 left in the third period as the Calgary Flames skated to a wild 7-4 win over the St. Louis Blues on Monday night.
Versteeg one-timed a pass from Troy Brouwer past St. Louis goalie Jake Allen to cap off a stretch of four goals — two by each team — in a span of 2:43. Mark Jankowski scored twice and set up one for Calgary. Sam Bennett and Johnny Gaudreau had a goal and an assist each.
Micheal Ferland and Michael Frolik (empty-netter) also scored for the Flames, who finished their seven-game homestand with a 5-2 record. Matthew Tkachuk had two assists.
Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice for the Blues. Alexander Steen and Jaden Schwartz had a goal and an assist each. Paul Stastny had two assists, and Allen finished with 30 saves.
Hurricanes 5, Stars 1
RALEIGH, N.C. — Teuvo Teravainen scored three times in the opening 9:44 of the third period for his first career hat trick as Carolina extended its point streak to five straight games by beating Dallas.
Carolina, 3-0-2 in its last five, rebounded from a 4-3 overtime loss Saturday night to Chicago in which it surrendered a pair of two-goal leads. Teravainen notched the natural hat trick in his 212th career game.
Meanwhile, Dallas saw its six-game winning streak against Carolina snapped and has now been outscored 22-11 in the third period this season.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — J.T. Brown scored the decisive goal and Andrei Vasilevskiy made 28 saves as the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Anaheim Ducks 2-1 on Sunday night at Honda Center .
The Lightning (14-2-2) tallied once on the power play to complete their California sweep with their fourth win in a row while extending their road win streak to six games. Tampa Bay avenged a 4-3 loss to the Ducks at home on Oct. 28.
The Ducks (7-7-3) got spectacular goaltending from John Gibson in the 35-save loss. Anaheim has won only one of its last six games, with two overtime losses.
Tampa Bay went ahead 2-1 at 7:18 of the third on Brown’s first goal of the season. Ryan Callahan poked a puck free of the Anaheim defense behind the Ducks net. Chris Kunitz passed it to Brown in the left slot. He fired a wrist shot into the top corner past Gibson’s catching glove.
Capitals 2, Oilers 1
WASHINGTON — T.J. Oshie scored the only goal during the shootout to give Washington the win over Edmonton.
Oshie went first during the shootout and beat Edmonton goalie Laurent Brossoit through the five-hole. Washington’s Braden Holtby shut down the Oilers during the shootout period to give the Capitals their fifth win in six games.
The Oilers broke the scoreless tie 92 seconds into the third period when, during a scrum in front of Holtby, Capitals forward Alex Chiasson deflected the puck into his own net. Jujhar Khaira got credit for the tally for Edmonton. Defenseman Dmitry Orlov beat Brossoit glove-side to even the score at 1-1.
Devils 7, Blackhawks 5
CHICAGO — Miles Wood had a hat trick and New Jersey erased a three-goal deficit to beat Chicago.
The 22-year-old winger scored a pair of first-period goals and finished off his four-point night with his third goal early in the third period. A four-goal second period allowed the Devils to build a 6-4 lead. Taylor Hall’s goal with 7:45 remaining in the period gave New Jersey its first lead of the night after the Devils entered the second trailing 4-2.
Brian Gibbons extended the lead to two goals with 2:55 remaining in the second. Chicago got within 6-5 when Patrick Kane scored on the power play with just 2.7 seconds remaining in the period.
Sharks 2, Kings 1
LOS ANGELES — Joel Ward scored the decisive third-period goal and Martin Jones made 26 saves as San Jose defeated Los Angeles.
San Jose won its second straight game and six out of its last seven contests. Melker Karlsson registered the other Sharks goal. San Jose evened the season series at one game apiece.
Los Angeles lost its second consecutive home game and has lost consecutive games for the first time this season. Dustin Brown scored the Kings’ lone goal. Jonathan Quick made 31 saves.
It was the first regulation loss for Los Angeles when leading after two periods