Wednesday in the NHL | A victory for the Senators signed Shane Pinto

Read the reports from Wednesday’s NHL games.



Senators defeat Red Wings

Shane Pinto scored 2:05 into overtime to give the Ottawa Senators a 3-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday.

Pinto deflected a pass from Quebec defender Thomas Chabot. It was his second goal in six games this season.

Brady Tkachuk and Mark Kastelic also scored for the Senators, who have won three of the four games between the two teams this season. Joonas Korpisalo blocked 23 pucks.

Daniel Sprong and Dylan Larkin sparkled the red light for the Red Wings, who finished January with a 9-2-2 record. Alex Lyon made 22 saves.

Larkin extended his point streak to 12 games by scoring his 23e net of the season — a high for the Red Wings.

During the last duel between the two teams in December, Larkin lost consciousness on the ice, knocked out by a hit by Mathieu Joseph. On Wednesday, the Quebecer was booed every time he touched the puck.

Both teams were playing their last game before the National Hockey League All-Star break.

Dana Gauruder, Associated Press

The Kings end their losing streak

Alex Turcotte scored his first goal in the National Hockey League and the Los Angeles Kings ended a four-game losing streak by defeating the Nashville Predators 4-2 on Wednesday.

PHOTO GEORGE WALKER IV, ASSOCIATED PRESS

Alex Turcotte (38)

Selected fifth overall in the 2019 draft, Turcotte played a second game this season and a 14e in career. He made it 2-0 in the second and collected an assist on Trevor Lewis’ net with 6:39 remaining in the game.

Carl Grundstrom and Kevin Fiala were the other scorers for the Kings, who have won only three of their last 17 games.

Dave Rittich made 38 saves, bringing his personal record to 5-1-3 this season. He played in 17 games with the Predators during the 2021-22 season.

Trailing by two goals at the start of the third period, the Predators tried to come from behind. Filip Forsberg scored his 24e goal of the season at 5:15 before Lewis brought the lead back to two goals. Philip Tomasino closed the gap again with 3:25 to play.

Juuse Saros blocked 20 pucks in this third consecutive defeat for the Predators.

Teresa M. Walker, Associated Press

Terry makes the difference for the Ducks, who defeat the Sharks in overtime

Troy Terry tied the game late in the third and orchestrated his team’s overtime victory on Wednesday in a 3-2 victory for the Anaheim Ducks against the San Jose Sharks.

PHOTO GARY A. VASQUEZ, USA TODAY SPORTS

Troy Terry and Logan Couture

Terry set up Frank Vatrano’s game-clinching goal on a two-on-one run at 4:07 of the overtime period. He had previously registered his 15e net of the season with 61 seconds left in the third period. The forward collected at least one point in a sixth consecutive game.

Isac Lundestrom also lit the red light for the Ducks, who have won two games in a row and three of their last four. John Gibson made 26 saves.

Quebec defenseman Marc-Édouard Vlasic hit the target for the Sharks. He became the fourth defenseman aged 36 or older to score in three straight games for the Sharks in the last 10 years. It was his fifth goal of the season.

Anthony Duclair was the other scorer for the Sharks, who had won four of their last five games. Kaapo Kahkonen blocked 31 pucks.

The Canadian Press


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