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NHL: Summary of games played on Sunday, October 23, 2022

Erik Karlsson scored his third goal of the season, James Reimer made 30 saves, and the San Jose Sharks shut out the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 on Sunday night.

It was only the Sharks’ second win (2-6-0) so far in the season, as they have played the most games in the NHL so far.

In the loss, goalkeeper Felix Sandstrom stopped 22 shots, while Karlsson and Steven Lorentz cheated his vigilance in the second period.

New Flyers (4-2-0) head coach John Tortorella was visibly unhappy with the effort from two of his top forwards after 40 minutes.

“Torts” indeed used the strong method by benching Travis Konecny ​​and Kevin Hayes during the entire third period.

The two line partners had played 12:25 and 11:02, respectively, so far.

In response to his decision to punish his two attackers, Tortorella simply indicated that it was “going to stay inside the locker room”.

During a first-half stoppage, the Flyers welcomed the return to the Wells Fargo Center of Oskar Lindblom, who played for the club from 2017-2022.

In June 2021, Lindblom won the Bill-Masterton Trophy for his qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to his sport, after he had overcome cancer and returned to the NHL rinks.

After a four-game stint on opposing rinks, San Jose will return home Tuesday to host the Vegas Golden Knights.

The Flyers will stay home and have three players off before the Florida Panthers visit on Thursday.

The Hawks continue against the Kraken

Jason Dickinson and Tyler Johnson scored 13 seconds apart late in the third period and the Chicago Blackhawks edged the Seattle Kraken 5-4 for a third straight win.

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Max Domi and Jujhar Khaira also scored for the Blackhawks (3-2-0), who trailed 2-0 midway through the first period and 4-3 in the third. The Blackhawks also erased a two-goal deficit in their previous two wins.

Johnson tied the game at 4-4 with his second goal of the game with 7:03 left in regulation. He beat Martin Jones from the slot after receiving a pass from Jonathan Toews from behind the net.

Dickinson then rattled the ropes from the right circle after Seattle defenseman Adam Larsson was unable to control the puck properly.

Jared McCann had a goal and an assist for the Kraken in a second game in a row. Vince Dunn, Andre Burakovsky and Matty Beniers also scored.

Rangers have lost their last two games at home.

Goaltender Daniil Tarasov blocked 30 of 31 shots aimed at him to earn his first career victory, a 5-1 victory for the Columbus Blue Jackets over the New York Rangers.

Tarasov, a 23-year-old Russian, was a third-round pick by the Blue Jackets in 2017. The six-foot-five goaltender, who made a deft glove save against Rangers defenseman Zac Jones in the second period, scored was hugged by his teammates after the game.

Tarasov is backing up goaltender Elvis Merzlikins while Joonas Korpisalo recovers from hip surgery.

The Blues Jackets got the support of five different scorers to win at Madison Square Garden. Zach Werenski, Andrew Peeke, Yegor Chinakhov gave Columbus a three-goal lead as they played the first of a three-game road series.

Artemi Panarin replied for Rangers with his fourth goal of the campaign.

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In the third, the Blue Jackets put the game out of reach for Rangers with two goals in the space of 44 seconds. Eric Robinson first made it 4-1 at 2:13 p.m. Then at 2:57, Kent Johnson made sure New York didn’t come back into the game with their second of the season.

Liam Foudy, Jakub Voracek and Jakub Voracek had two assists each.

In goal for the Rangers, Jaroslav Halak gave up five times on 21 shots.

David Perron scored for the fourth time this season and helped the Detroit Red Wings win 5-1 over the Anaheim Ducks.

Quebecer Joe Veleno also scored his first of the season in the win.

Dominik Kubalik found the back of the net once and assisted on two other goals for the Red Wings.

Elder Soderblom and Dylan Larkin have the others for Detroit.

The Red Wings have scored in each of their first five games for the first time since 2011-12, when they started the season with five wins.

Trevor Zegras provided the Ducks’ response in the first period.

Goaltender Ville Husso faced 33 shots while John Gibson was tested 41 times.

The New York Islanders suffered a third straight loss, this time losing 3-2 to the Florida Panthers.

It’s also the second season that the Panthers have beaten the Islanders. The first occurred during the opening match on October 15.

Anton Lundell put the Panthers up 39 seconds into the first period before seeing Eetu Luostarinen add to the Florida team lead.

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Anders Lee took advantage of a power play to cut the lead in half in the middle period. After 40 minutes of play, it was 2-1 for the Panthers.

In the third, Ryan Lomberg restored a two-goal priority to the Panthers.

Lee fired again on the power play at 9:07, but the Panthers held on to save themselves with the two points in the standings.

Mathew Barzal was involved in both of Lee’s goals in the loss.

Spencer Knight ended his night with 23 saves in front of the Panthers goal. In the loss, Semyon Varlamov made 28 saves.

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