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NHL roundup: Karlsson’s hat trick leads Golden Knights to another win

LAS VEGAS — William Karlsson recorded the first hat trick in the brief history of the Vegas Golden Knights in a 6-3 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Sunday.

Karlsson scored in the first two periods before adding an empty-net goal as the expansion Golden Knights won their seventh straight and gained a point in their 12th straight game.

Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Erik Haula and Jonathan Marchessault also scored for Vegas.
Auston Matthews scored twice and Patrick Marleau also tallied for Toronto.

Lightning 5, Blue Jackets 0
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Tyler Johnson scored twice in a four-goal second period as Tampa Bay blanked Columbus.
Johnson scored in a span of 2:27 as Tampa Bay won for the 11th time in 13 games. Nikita Kucherov and Cory Conacher also scored in the second period while Steve Stamkos added a power-play goal.
Tampa Bay’s Andrei Vasilevsky stopped 21 shots while Columbus backup Joonas Korpisalo made 30 saves.

Jets 5, Oilers 0
EDMONTON, Alberta — Connor Hellebucyk made 35 saves while Kyle Connor and Mathieu Perreault produced power-play goals as Winnipeg blanked Edmonton.
Marko Dano, Blake Wheeler and Bryan Little also scored as the Jets won their third straight
Cam Talbot made 33 saves for Edmonton, which dropped its third straight.

Red Wings 4, Penguins 1
DETROIT — Gustav Nyquist scored twice as Detroit beat Pittsburgh.
Frans Nielsen and Dylan Larkin scored the other goals for Detroit, which won its third straight home game at its new arena. Jimmy Howard made 37 saves.
Evgeni Malkin scored a power-play goal for Pittsburgh.

Avalanche 6, Islanders 1
DENVER — Gabriel Landeskog scored a pair of power-play goals in a span of 1:49 late in the second period as Colorado routed New York.
Patrik Nemeth, Matt Nieto, Carl Soderberg and Erik Johnson also scored for Colorado.
Josh Bailey scored for the Islanders, who dropped their sixth straight road game.

Stars 6, Sharks 0
DALLAS — Tyler Pitlick scored twice and Ben Bishop made 26 saves as Dallas blanked San Jose.
John Klingberg, Stephen Johns, Tyler Seguin and Devin Shore also scored for Dallas, which is 14-4-1 at home. The Stars got three assists from Radek Faksa, who tied a career high, and two apiece from Mattias Janmark and Jamie Benn.
Martin Jones gave up four goals on 22 shots before giving way to Aaron Dell as San Jose was blanked for the second time this season.

Flames 4, Blackhawks 3 (OT)
CALGARY, Alberta — Mark Giordano scored 52 seconds into overtime as Calgary edged Chicago.
Matthew Tkachuk scored a pair of power-play goals for the Flames, who blew a three-goal lead. Sean Monahan also scored while Johnny Gaudreau had two assists.
Jordan Oesterle, Jonathan Toews and Brandon Saad scored for Chicago