Blackhawks beat Oilers, win third straight

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EDMONTON, Alberta — Marian Hossa scored 1:08 into overtime, Artemi Panarin had a goal and two assists and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Edmonton Oilers 4-3 on Wednesday night for their third consecutive victory.

Patrick Kane had two assists and extended his point streak to 14 games but had his goal streak ended at seven. He leads the NHL with 13 goals and 30 points.

Hossa turned a long pass from Brent Seabrook into a breakaway and beat Anders Nilsson with a slap shot from in close.

Panarin, a 24-year-old rookie, has points in six straight games, amassing five goals and five assists in that time while on a line with Kane and Artem Anisimov.

Duncan Keith and Andrew Shaw also scored for the Blackhawks. Corey Crawford made 34 saves.

CAPITALS 2,

RED WINGS 1, OT

DETROIT — Evgeny Kuznetsov scored 45 seconds into overtime to lift Washington over Detroit.

Alex Ovechkin was held without a goal for the fourth straight game and remained tied with Sergei Fedorov for the NHL’s career lead among Russian players. Justin Williams scored for the Caps on a first-period power play after Dylan Larkin had opened the scoring for Detroit.

Braden Holtby had 25 saves for Washington, including two stops on clean breakaways during regulation.

Kuznetsov won it with his sixth goal of the season, skating in on Petr Mrazek from the right wing and beating the Detroit goalie to the far post.

JETS 4, CANUCKS 1

WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Mark Scheifele and Drew Stafford each had two goals and an assist and Winnipeg ended a six-game losing streak.

Mathieu Perreault had three assists and Ondrej Pavelec made 29 saves for the Jets.

Stafford put Winnipeg up 1-1 late in the second period with his first goal in 12 games. He scored again with 1:34 left in the game into an empty net.

Winnipeg was outscored 27-10 during its skid and had allowed 5.25 goals per game over its past four.

Ryan Miller stopped 30 shots and the Canucks lost their fourth game in a row. This was the last in a seven-game trip — Vancouver’s longest this season.

Daniel Sedin scored on the power play for Vancouver 6:44 into the second period.

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