Flames beat Jets to extend their winning streak to 10 games

Elias Lindholm's goal in the 47th second of the remaining period extended his goal streak up to eight games. The Calgary Flames also tied a franchise record by winning their 10th consecutive win, beating the Winnipeg Jets 3-1 on Monday.

Flames beat Jets to extend their winning streak to 10 games

Calgary's seven-game winning streak was completed by Tyler Toffoli and Sean Monahan, who both scored into an empty net.

A franchise record is tied by the 10-game winning streak. The streak began five years ago and ended in 2016. The second time it was done was in 1978-1979, when Atlanta was still home to the franchise.

For Winnipeg, Dominic Toninato scored. The Jets opened a four-game road trip, which will continue in Dallas on Wednesday.

Jacob Markstrom, who made 22 stops, got Calgary's start.

Connor Hellebuyck saved 28 Winnipeg runs.

HURRICANES 4, FLIGHTERS 3, OT

PHILADELPHIA, AP -- Brett Pesce scored at 4:42 into overtime. Vincent Trocheck added a goal and an assist, and Metropolitan Division-leading Carolina beat Philadelphia.

The Hurricanes won their third consecutive title with the help of Teuvo Teravainen and Nino Niederreiter.

Oskar Lindblom, Patrick Brown, Gerry Mayhew and Patrick Brown scored goals for the Flyers. Philadelphia lost its fifth consecutive home game and its 18th in 20.

At the end of the five-minute 3-on-3, the game looked headed for a shootout. Trocheck's pass on the 2-on-1 was canceled by Pesce who shot high above Martin Jones for his fourth win of the season.

Frederik Andersen, Hurricanes goalie, made 38 saves, including a great save on Cam Atkinson late in overtime.

Trocheck scored his 14th season win with 12:45 remaining in regulation. He hit a backhand from close to the goal line to give the Hurricanes the lead 3-2. With 4:53 remaining in the third, the Flyers tied it at 3. Travis Konecny's shot was deflected off Lindblom’s skate and passed Andersen.

BRUINS 5, AVALANCHE 1.

BOSTON (AP), -- David Pastrnak scored two goals and assisted, and Boston rolled past Western Conference leader Colorado.

Boston has won two consecutive games with Patrice Bergeron and Jake DeBrusk scoring also for the team. Jeremy Swayman saved 28 shots, while Taylor Hall had three assists.

The makeup was for the Dec. 23 matchup, but was delayed due to a league-wide epidemic of COVID-19.

Pastrnak broke out of a four game scoring slump on Saturday with an overtime goal that won the game for Boston, lifting it past Ottawa. Pastrnak now has a record 27 goals for the team.

Colorado's Nathan MacKinnon scored the only goal. Colorado lost its two-game winning streak. Darcy Kuemper was the winner with 40 saves.


 

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