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Martin Necas scored the lead goal early in the third period, Nino Niederreiter scored twice and the Carolina Hurricanes posted a 5-3 win over visiting Chicago Blackhawks on Friday in Raleigh, North Carolina Vincent Trocheck and Jaccob Slavin also scored. for Carolina. which extended his scoring streak to five games. The Hurricanes beat the Blackhawks for the second time in three meetings this season. Patrick Kane, Ian Mitchell and Carl Soderberg each scored for Chicago, whose three-win streak was snapped. Hurricanes goalkeeper James Reimer stopped 26 of 29 shots to improve to 8-1-0 on the season. On the opposite side of the court, Blackhawks goalkeeper Kevin Lankinen deflected 33 of 37 shots but fell to 7-3-3. Jets 2, Canucks 0 Mark Scheifele and Mason Appleton scored, and Laurent Brossoit made 29 saves as visiting Winnipeg put down Vancouver thanks to Brossoit’s second career NHL shutout while Vancouver’s Thatcher Demko stopped 29 of 30 shots in an unlucky defeat. The Jets continued their dominance over the Canucks from the 2014-15 season. Winnipeg is 15-2-0 in its last 17 games against Vancouver. Playing in his fourth game of the season, substitute goalkeeper Brossoit made the most of the start. Brossoit’s two career shutouts have come against the Canucks: Brossoit is 3-0-0 with an all-time .981 save percentage against Vancouver. Appleton’s goal was an empty network. Panthers 7, Red Wings 2 Patric Hornqvist scored two goals and Aleksander Barkov scored one goal and two assists for Florida to record their fifth straight road win, burying Detroit early and going to victory. MacKenzie Weegar and Anthony Duclair each had one goal with one assist and Keith Yandle recorded three assists for the Panthers, who scored a season-high four times in the first period. Florida scored on four of his first eight shots and Chris Driedger made 30 saves. Bobby Ryan scored for the first time in 15 games and Valtteri Filppula added a goal for Detroit, which has lost three in a row and is stuck in a 0-3-2 routine at home. Thomas Greiss was retired after allowing four goals on 13 shots in the first 20 minutes. Jonathan Bernier stopped 23 of 26 shooting in relief. Oilers 2, Flames 1 Jesse Puljujarvi and Gaetan Haas provided the offense and goalie Mike Smith made 20 saves as visiting Edmonton relieved Calgary despite stars Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl staying off the roster. Edmonton will look to sweep in a short two-game set when the clubs meet Saturday night in Edmonton. Edmonton, which has won eight of its last 10 games, got an early boost when Puljujarvi opened the scoring with his second goal in as many games. Tyson Barrie drove the puck to the corner from his point position and gave a pass to Puljujarvi just in the slot, quickly launching a shot into the net for his fifth in seven outings at the 5:41 mark. The goal came before the Flames took a single shot on goal. Rasmus Andersson scored the goal for Edmonton. –Field level media

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