The Bruins outpace the Canadian
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The Bruins have increased their lead over the Montreal canadiens coming to the end of the Chicago black hawks to the account of 6 to 3 on Tuesday in Boston.
Under this third straight win, the Bruins show a folder 32-17-8 good for 72 points, three more than the Habs. The Canadian, however, has a game in hand.
Brad Marchand has amassed four points, including a net. David Krejci has managed a double in addition to be complicit in another goal. Jake DeBrusk and Danton Heinen has tallied three points each. Patrice Bergeron added two to his record.
The troupe of Bruce Cassidy was private David Pastrnak, who was wounded thumb.
The Blackhawks have failed in their quest for an eighth consecutive victory. In spite of everything, Patrick Kane got a point in a 15th consecutive victory. He has totaled 11 goals and 32 points during this sequence.
Anthony Duclair slice
Anthony Duclair scored the winning goal in a gain of 3 to 0 with the Blue Jackets against the Washington Capitals, Columbus. It was his 11th goal of the season.
With a fourth consecutive victory, the Blue Jackets are showing more than two points behind in the standings on the Capitals, with two games in hand.
The Capitals, who started a journey of six matches abroad, do not have framed that 18 shots. Sergei Bobrovsky has signed a third shutout this season and 27th career.
Tyler Seguin propels the Stars
At Sunrise, Tyler Seguin has participated in all goals of his own in a victory of 3 to 0 of the Dallas Stars against the Florida Panthers.
The star striker has performed on two occasions, including once into an empty net, in addition to preparing the successful Esa Lindell.
Anton Khudobin, who was a third start because of the injury to the upper body of Ben Bishop, was perfect in front of the net winners with 30 stops.
On the other side of the rink, Roberto Luongo has surrendered twice on 18 shots. The Quebecers would have been able to join Ed Belfour (484 wins) in the third rank of the guardians has won the most games in NHL history if he had won.
With a victory of 3 to 1 against the New York Islanders at Buffalo, the Sabres approached to within three points of the Pittsburgh Penguins and the second pass for the playoffs in the Association.