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NEWARK Nashville Predators Hoodies Authentic , N.J. (AP) There’s no stopping Taylor Hall, unquestionably the New Jersey Devils‘ most valuable player in their quest to end a five-year playoff drought.Hall extended his point-scoring streak to 19 games, Travis Zajac scored two power-play goals and the Devils snapped a three-game skid with a 6-4 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night.Hall’s consecutive-points streak is the longest in the NHL this season. Hall, who had two assists, has recorded points in his last 26 appearances dating to Jan. 2. He missed three games before the All-Star break with a thumb injury during that span.”It’s cool. It seems like everything is kind of bouncing the right way when I’m out there, especially on the power play lately,” Hall said. ”So it’s great to chip in, great to contribute, and I’m out there to get points, score goals and play well that way Nashville Predators Hats Authentic , so I want to keep it going. At the end of the day, I just want to be on a team that gets into the playoffs.”Stefan Noesen, Blake Coleman, Patrick Maroon and Brian Boyle also scored for the Devils. Keith Kinkaid made 29 saves as New Jersey solidified its grip on the first wild-card slot in the Eastern Conference.Jacob de la Rose scored twice for the Canadiens, who had picked up at least one point in their previous seven games (3-0-4). Brendan Gallagher and Byron Froese had the other goals.The Devils dominated the opening period, taking a 4-0 lead while outshooting the Canadiens 17-5.Noesen got the Devils rolling, deflecting Will Butcher’s point shot past Charlie Lindgren at 8:25. New Jersey then broke it open with three goals in a span of 3:15 late in the period.Butcher, back on ice after a brief locker-room visit for medical attention after suffering a facial cut, played a hand in New Jersey’s second tally with 3:27 remaining in the period.Lindgren stopped Butcher’s initial shot, only to have Coleman steer home the rebound.Zajac polished off the first period with his tallies. Kyle Palmieri fired a shot from the left circle that Zajac tipped in with 1:52 left. Hall got the point that extended the streak with 12 seconds remaining when Zajac slammed home his rebound.”He’s been on a mission and he’s been our best player all year Custom Nashville Predators Jerseys ,” Zajac said of Hall. ”He’s brought momentum over these last 26 games for us, and he’s grown as a leader. It’s great to see.”Gallagher cut the Devils’ lead to 4-1 midway through the second period.Maroon scored his first goal as a Devil about a minute later. He has points in all four games since coming to New Jersey in a trade with Edmonton. It was New Jersey’s third power-play goal of the game with Hall assisting.”In the four games I’ve played here, he’s been by far one of our best players, and that’s exciting to see, especially in meaningful games like this,” Maroon said of Hall. ”Big time players step up.”Boyle made it 6-1 later in the period with his first goal in 24 games.Montreal scored the final three goals of the contest to make the final outcome more respectable.”The thing that I’ll take out of this game in a positive way is the fact that we got better as the game went on,” Canadiens coach Claude Julien said. ”We’re a young team and the guys showed character by trying to get themselves back into it. That’s a character check. It would have been easy to say, `This is not our night.”’Montreal got a goal from de la Rose with 13.8 seconds remaining to close out the second period with a four-goal deficit.De la Rose tallied again in the third, trimming New Jersey’s lead to 6-3 with 5:20 remaining. Froese closed out the scoring in the final minute.NOTES: Members of the gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic women’s hockey team met with Devils players outside the locker room before the game and participated in a ceremonial puck drop at center ice. … This was Montreal’s first game without LW Max Pacioretty, who is expected to miss 6 weeks with a knee injury. … John Hynes won his 100th game as the Devils’ coach.UP NEXTCanadiens: At Florida on Thursday.Devils: Host Winnipeg on Thursday.— ANAHEIM www.officialdevils.com , Calif. (AP) — The Arizona Coyotes are becoming adept at rallying from multi-goal deficits.Nick Schmaltz’s goal 33 seconds into overtime gave the Coyotes a 5-4 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Saturday night after they trailed 4-2 midway through the second period. It was the third time in Arizona’s last eight wins that it was down two or more.“It’s a good character win,” said Schmaltz, who added an assist and has 14 points (five goals, nine assists) since being acquired from Chicago on Nov. 25. “We just chipped away and got a few big goals at the end of periods.”Clayton Keller brought the puck into the zone on an odd-man rush and slid it to Schmaltz, who beat John Gibson on his stick side for the winner.“Keller made a hell of a play to freeze the goalie. I just tried to put the puck on net and it went in,” Schmaltz said.Anaheim, which had a season-high 41 shots on goal, dropped its fifth straight despite two goals from Ondrej Kase and a career-best three assists from Nick Ritchie.The Coyotes trailed 4-2 less than nine minutes into the second but tied it before the period was over. Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Christian Fischer, Nick Cousins and Jakob Chychrun also scored for Arizona New Jersey Devils T-Shirts Authentic , and Adin Hill stopped 37 shots.Alex Galchenyuk and Keller each had two assists. Ekman-Larsson also had an assist for a multi-point game.“It was a really crazy game. There was resiliency throughout the entire game which helped us be successful,” Arizona coach Rick Tocchet said.Daniel Sprong and Adam Henrique also scored for the Ducks, and Gibson made 25 saves.“We were too loose defensively. We had three two-goal leads, and you should be able to finish it out,” Anaheim coach Randy Carlyle said.Kase opened the scoring 46 seconds into the game when he flipped a backhand past Hill on a breakaway. It was the second-quickest goal for Anaheim to start a game this season.The teams then traded power-play goals on one-timers.Sprong gave the Ducks a two-goal advantage when he took a pass from Jakob Silfverberg less than 14 minutes in for his fourth of the season and the first power-play goal of his NHL career. Ekman-Larsson got Arizona on the board with 17 seconds remaining in the first on a two-man advantage when he scored from the faceoff circle off a feed from Galchenyuk for his fifth.Henrique got his eighth when he converted a turnover deep in the Coyotes end for his eighth 12 seconds into the second. Arizona answered eight minutes later when Fischer took a wild carom off the boards that Gibson was unable to corral and fired it into the net while falling to the ice.Kase got his second goal 12 minutes into the second when he was in front and redirected Ritchie’s shot for his 11th. But the Coyotes rallied to tie it with a pair of goals 39 seconds apart when Cousins and Chychrun both beat Gibson up high.NOTES: Arizona has taken two of three in the season series, with two meetings remaining in March. … Conor Garland, who had an assist, and Galchenyuk each have a point in four straight games. Chychrun has at least one point in his last three. … Henrique’s goal was the quickest score at the start of any period by the Ducks this season. The previous fastest was when Rickard Rackell scored 14 seconds into overtime against Edmonton on Nov. 23. … Sprong has four goals in 11 games for the Ducks since being acquired in a trade from Pittsburgh on Dec. 3. … Kase has seven goals and three assists in his last nine games.UP NEXTCoyotes: Return home to face Vegas on Sunday.Ducks: Continue their homestand Monday against Tampa Bay.
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