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Vegas wins again, tops Sabres in OT

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(TSX / STATS) -- LAS VEGAS -- Coach Gerard Gallant showed slight amazement when informed his Vegas Golden Knights are only the second NHL franchise in history to win five of its first six games, joining the 1917-18 Montreal Canadiens.

"I didn't know that. I guess we're in some pretty good company," Gallant said with a smile after the Golden Knights prevailed 5-4 in overtime over the Sabres. Buffalo scored three goals in the last 10 minutes of the third period to force OT.

"I think this team is better than what people expected. After the expansion draft, I looked at our team and I was very impressed. Even our so-called bottom six guys are competitive guys who work hard every night. There's not a lot of pressure on us being an expansion team. They're having a lot of fun."

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Andersen blanks Caps, Leafs go to 5-1-0

(TSX / STATS) -- WASHINGTON -- It was not really surprising that the surging Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Washington Capitals on Tuesday night.

However, it was not the kind of game most people expected.

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Pens rally in 3rd, top Rangers in OT

(TSX / STATS) -- NEW YORK -- It took a magic touch for the Pittsburgh Penguins to pull victory from the jaws of defeat on Tuesday night, but that touch didn't come from anyone on their roster.

Sidney Crosby scored with 55.3 seconds remaining in regulation to tie it, then Evgeni Malkin capitalized on a turnover 58 seconds in overtime to give the Penguins a 5-4 win over the reeling New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden.

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Devils win SO, Kucherov's goal streak 7

(TSX / STATS) -- NEWARK, N.J. -- Down a goal late in the third period against one of the better teams in the National Hockey League, the New Jersey Devils refused to flinch.

Instead, the surprising Devils received a clutch, game-tying goal from Drew Stafford and then a game-winning tally by Kyle Palmieri in the shootout to rally past the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-4 on Tuesday night at the Prudential Center.

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Jackets dominate Jets, win streak now 4

(TSX / STATS) -- WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- If the Tuesday game between the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Winnipeg Jets were a UFC match, the home side would have tapped out and everybody could have gone home before the second period was over.

The Blue Jackets smothered the home squad at every opportunity in a dominant 5-2 victory over the Jets.

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Sharks run home streak vs. Habs to 11

(TSX / STATS) -- SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The San Jose Sharks found the perfect way to cap a rough five-game homestand before hitting the road for five games.

Logan Couture had two goals and two assists, Martin Jones made 28 saves, and the Sharks defeated the Montreal Canadiens at SAP Center for the 11th straight time, winning 5-2 Tuesday night.

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Flyers rip Panthers, offense rolls again

(TSX / STATS) -- PHILADELPHIA -- Last season, it took Claude Giroux and Sean Couturier 14 games to net their fourth goals of the season.

United on the Philadelphia Flyers' top line, the two each scored their fourth goal in a dominant 5-1 victory over the visiting Florida Panthers in the Philadelphia's sixth game of the season.

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Canucks beat Sens 3-0 as Karlsson debuts

(TSX / STATS) -- OTTAWA -- In his first game for the Vancouver Canucks, goaltender Anders Nilsson turned a sensational opening period into a perfect ending.

In the process, he also stole the show from Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson, who was making his regular season debut.

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Ward stops 48, leads 'Canes past Oilers

(TSX / STATS) -- EDMONTON, Alberta -- The battle of the backups went to Carolina.

With the Hurricanes and Edmonton Oilers giving their No. 2 goaltenders their first starts of the season, Carolina's Cam Ward outdueled Edmonton's Laurent Brossoit with 48 saves in a 5-3 victory Tuesday at Rogers Place.

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Josi returns, helps Predators down Avs

(TSX / STATS) -- NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The power play has been pretty powerful for the Nashville Predators.

For the fifth time in its first six games, Nashville scored on the man advantage, this one snapping a second period tie and lifting it to a 4-1 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Tuesday night in Bridgestone Arena.

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