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NHL Roundup: James Rymer records shutout as shark blank flyers

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OCTOBER 24 – James Leimer made 30 saves in his 26th shutout as the San Jose Sharks beat the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 on Sunday night, while Eric Carlson and Stephen Lorenz scored goals in the second period. I decided.

The limer was as strong as it needed to be. He stopped a push in Philadelphia within the first minute of the game, stopping all 17 shots he faced in the third period for his first shutout since Nov. 28, 2001 in Chicago. Recorded.

Meanwhile, the Sharks, who won their second game in eight games this season and split four on the East Coast, broke through with a 12-5 shooting advantage in the second period. He got an empty net from Nico Sturm but was outscored 16-4 for the second time this season.

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In his seventh NHL start, Felix Sandstrom had 22 saves for the Flyers and won four of his first five contests. Entering the contest and scoring a total of 17 goals, Philadelphia suffered their first loss in three home games.

Blackhawks 5, Kraken 4

Chicago scored twice within 13 seconds of the third period to clinch their third straight win against Seattle.

Tyler Johnson scored the equalizing goal with 7:03 remaining with Jason Dickinson following the deciding tally. Johnson scored his two goals and Seth Jones and Patrick Kane each gave his two assists to the Blackhawks, who trail him by two goals each in the last three games. Alex Sturrock recorded his 30 saves.

Jared McCann scored goals and assists, while Martin Jones made 22 saves for the Kraken.

Red Wings 5, Ducks 1

Dominic Kubarik had a goal and two assists to help Detroit win at home to Anaheim.

Dylan Larkin had goals and assists, and Bill Husso had 32 saves on goal for Detroit, with three power play goals on five attempts. Red his Wings opened the season without losing regulation in his first five games for the first time since 2011.

Trevor Zeglas scored the only goal of the game, while John Gibson made 36 saves for Anaheim.

Blue Jackets 5, Rangers 1

Daniil Tarasov made 30 saves in his first win in the NHL as he visited Columbus and defeated New York.

Zach Werenski, Andrew Peek, Yegor Chinahoff, Eric Robinson and Kent Johnson scored for Columbus. Liam Hoody, Jack Roslovich and Jakub Voracek each added two assists.

Artemi Panarin scored for the Rangers, who are on a two-game losing streak. Jaroslav Halak stopped his 16 shots in New York.

Panthers 3, Islanders 2

Backup goaltender Spencer Knight had 23 saves in his second try of the season to lead hosts Florida to victory over New York at Sunrise, Florida.

The Panthers, who beat the Islanders in their opening game, scored goals from Anton Randell, Etu Luostalinen and Ryan Romberg.

Anders Lee scored two power play goals for the Islanders and recorded both rebounds. Matthew Bazal had two assists for New York and also made 29 saves from backup goalie Semyon Varlamov.

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