NHL: Bruins Eclipse Stars in Overtime

  • Dallas Stars goaltender Anton Khudobin (35) watches as Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand (63) chases the puck during the first period of a hockey game in Boston, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018. At left is Dallas Stars defenseman Miro Heiskanen (4). (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

  • Boston Bruins right wing David Pastrnak, left, celebrates his goal with Jake DeBrusk, right, during the first period of a hockey game in Boston, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018. At foreground is Dallas Stars center Devin Shore (17). (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

  • Boston Red Sox pitcher Joe Kelly, right, holds the 2018 World Series championship trophy as he shakes hands with Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand (63) prior to a hockey game in Boston, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

  • Boston Bruins left wing Jake DeBrusk (74) steps out of the path of the puck as Dallas Stars goaltender Anton Khudobin (35) makes a save during the first period of a hockey game in Boston, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

  • Dallas Stars goaltender Anton Khudobin, right, makes a save on a shot by Boston Bruins right wing Chris Wagner, left, during the second period of a hockey game in Boston, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Boston — Brad Marchand scored a power-play goal 4:29 into overtime to lift the Boston Bruins over the Dallas Stars, 2-1, on Monday night.

David Pastrnak also scored on the man-advantage for Boston, which had lost two of three. Tuukka Rask made 24 saves.

Radek Faska had a short-handed goal for the Stars, who are 3-1-1 on a six-game trip. Former Bruins goaltender Anton Khudobin stopped 33 shots.

The teams were tied at 1 just over five minutes into the game.

In OT, the Bruins had a two-man power play after Jason Dickinson and Esa Lindell were whistled for minors 11 seconds apart. Marchand banked in a shot off the far post from the bottom of the right circle.

With the Red Sox World Series trophy in the house pregame, Dirty Water was played briefly over the sound system — a song played after victories at Fenway Park.

Earlier in OT, Patrice Bergeron hit a post with just over two minutes to play before Rask made a glove save on Jamie Benn at the end of a 2-on-1 break on the ensuing rush.

Despite being outshot, 9-8, in the second period, the Bruins hit a post, a crossbar, missed on an excellent chance on a 2-on-1 break and had a goal disallowed late in the period.

Noel Acciari hit the right post with a wrister from the right circle early in the period, Torey Krug hit a crossbar midway in and Anders Bjork had the goal waved off after he collected a rebound and tucked a backhander into the net. The puck was momentarily covered by Khudobin before squirting loose, causing one of the referees to blow his whistle, halting play.

Capitals 4, Oilers 2

Washington — Alex Ovechkin scored on the power play, backup goaltender Pheonix Copley made 31 saves and Washington ended its two-game losing streak by beating Edmonton.

The defending Stanley Cup champions came out flying two days after a mistake-filled overtime loss to Dallas. Jakub Vrana scored on his first turn with the fourth line after being demoted, and linemate Devante Smith-Pelly scored on the group’s second shift a few minutes later as the Capitals jumped all over Cam Talbot and the Oilers.

Canadiens 4, Islanders 3 (so)

New York — Joel Armia scored in the fifth round of the shootout to lift Montreal over New York.

Max Domi and Jonathan Drouin each had a goal and an assist, and Artturi Lehkonen also scored.

Devils 5, Penguins 1

Pittsburgh — Brian Boyle scored three times for his first career hat trick, and New Jersey routed Pittsburgh.

Boyle got his natural hat trick on Hockey Fights Cancer night in Pittsburgh. The 33-year-old Boyle was diagnosed with a form of bone marrow cancer at the beginning of training camp last season. He underwent treatment and returned to the lineup last November.

Sens Trash TeamDuring Uber Ride

Ottawa — A video has surfaced showing several Ottawa Senators players trashing the team and an assistant coach during an Uber ride, the latest bit of humiliation for an organization that’s been riddled with it recently.

The video shows players discussing their ineffective penalty kill and mocking assistant Martin Raymond in what appears to be a recording from a camera mounted on the dash of an Uber Driver’s van or SUV. There are seven players in the vehicle, including Matt Duchene, Chris Wideman, Chris Tierney and Thomas Chabot.

Post Media shared the video on its YouTube page Monday night. It said the video was originally posted elsewhere over the weekend and has since been deleted. It’s not clear who posted the original video.

Players ridiculed Raymond, who handles the team’s penalty-killing unit. Duchene calls Raymond “the only coach in NHL history to have the worst power play and the worst PK within a calendar year.”


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