NHL Roundup: Stars’ Jason Robertson scores hat-trick with OT winner

NHL: Dallas Stars at the Winnipeg Jets
March 4, 2022; Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN; Dallas Stars left wing Jason Robertson (21) checks Winnipeg Jets right wing Blake Wheeler (26) in the third period at Canada Life Centre. Mandatory Credit: James Carey Lauder-USA TODAY Sports

March 5, 2022

Jason Robertson capped his first NHL hat trick with 30 seconds remaining in overtime and the Dallas Stars defeated the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 on Friday night for their third straight win.

Robertson picked up the puck off the back boards, ran in alone, and smashed Winnipeg goaltender Connor Hellebuyck (30 saves) on his right to put the Stars 13-4-1 since Jan. 20.

Robertson increased his goals as team leader and career best to 26, Denis Gurianov also scored a goal and Ryan Suter recorded two assists for the Stars. Joe Pavelski recorded his 900th career point and Braden Holtby made 39 saves as Dallas finished 3-0-1 against Winnipeg in the season series.

Paul Stastny scored twice and Kyle Connor once for the Jets, who had won back-to-back after a 0-3-1 slip.

Kings 4, Blue Jackets 3 (OT)

Victor Arvidsson completed his fourth hat-trick of his career after scoring exactly four minutes into overtime to put Los Angeles past hosts Columbus.

Columbus captain Boone Jenner appeared to win the game with a backhand shot after 2:04 of overtime, but officials via video review assumed the Blue Jackets were offside. Los Angeles ended the contest after Arvidsson increased his backhand shot on a break past Elvis Merzlikins (39 saves). Dustin Brown also scored and Jonathan Quick made 26 saves.

Columbus’ Patrik Laine, Oliver Bjorkstrand and Justin Danforth all scored within 46 seconds of the second half.

Saber 5, Wild 4

Jeff Skinner scored twice in the third half, including the go-ahead goal 3:20 from time as Buffalo rallied for a win over the Minnesota visit.

Skinner leveled the game at the 12:20 mark of the third for 3-3 and then made it 4-3 when he pulled in a left circle shot at 4:40 for his 23rd goal of the season.

Casey Mittelstadt and Kyle Okposo each had a goal and an assist, and Rasmus Dahlin added two assists for Buffalo, who won their second straight game. Minnesota’s Kirill Kaprizov had two goals and one assist, Kevin Fiala had one goal and one assist, and Ryan Hartman also scored.

Flash 3, Red Wings 1

Tampa Bay scored three goals on the power play, including Mikhail Sergachev’s tie in the third period, and Tampa Bay led on his visit to Detroit.

Four seconds clear of the man, Sergachev used his fourth marker at 10:21 to break a 1-1 tie after Ross Colton’s faceoff win.

Brayden Point previously scored his 49th career power play goal, tying with Brad Richards for fifth place in Lightning Man Advantage markers. Robby Fabbri scored his 15th goal of the season for Detroit in the second period.

Hurricanes 3, Penguins 2 (OT)

Andrei Svechnikov’s power-play goal after 3:14 of overtime completed Carolina’s comeback from a two-goal hole to defeat Pittsburgh in Raleigh, NC

Jordan Staal scored the Hurricanes’ two regular goals, and Carolina goaltender Antti Raanta made 22 saves.

Jake Guentzel and Sidney Crosby scored and assisted each other to score for the Penguins, who fell to 23-1-2 after two thirds in the lead. Pittsburgh goalie Casey DeSmith stopped 39 shots.

Golden Knights 5, Ducks 4

Nicolas Roy scored twice to highlight a four-goal second half as Vegas beat hosts Anaheim for the 20th time in 24 inter-team encounters.

It was the first multiple goal game of Roy’s career. Vegas’ Michael Amadio had a goal and two assists for the first three-point game of his career, and Jonathan Marchessault and Ben Hutton also scored. Laurent Brossoit made 20 saves for the Golden Knights.

Jakob Silfverberg, Nicolas Deslauriers, Trevor Zegras and Troy Terry scored and Cam Fowler provided two assists for Anaheim, who suffered their seventh loss in their last 10 games (3-6-1). John Gibson ended with 30 saves.

Ranger 3, Devil 1

Chris Kreider scored his 36th goal of the season with 8:37 in the third period, Igor Shesterkin made 32 saves and New York beat the visitors against New Jersey.

The Rangers defeated the Devils for the eighth consecutive game and improved to 7-2-1 in their last 10 games.

Kreider and Mika Zibanejad each had a goal and an assist for Rangers, while Filip Chytil also scored. Nico Hischier scored the Devils’ goal and Nico Daws made 29 saves.

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