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Summary of matches in the National Hockey League, Sunday, November 6, 2022

Goaltender Erik Kallgren was solid in front of the net for the Toronto Maple Leafs who beat the Carolina Hurricanes 3-1 on Sunday.

Toronto lines up a third straight win for the first time this season.

Kallgren stopped 29 of 30 shots aimed at him. He was only beaten by Stefan Noesen on the power play at 8:11 of the first period.

The Canes have scored at least one power play goal in their last four games.

Calle Jarnkrok tied the game late in the second period for Toronto, which won for the second time in seven road games.

John Tavares scored the game-winning goal at 8:24 of the third period. He completed a play by Mitch Marner for his eighth goal of the season, a Leafs high.

William Nylander scored the insurance goal at 16:25.

Goaltender Frederik Andersen made 18 saves for the Hurricanes, who had won their last four games.

The Hurricanes have scored at least two goals per game since the start of the season.

Prior to the game, the Maple Leafs signed goaltender Keith Petruzzelli to a two-year entry-level contract.

The 23-year-old goaltender was 6-0-0 with a .922 save percentage this season with the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League.

Petruzzelli will give the Maple Leafs depth in net as several Toronto goaltenders have struggled with injury since the start of the season.

Starter Ilya Samsonov did not play in the third period of a 2-1 win over the Boston Bruins on Saturday. The Russian, who was replaced by Kallgren, is injured in the knee.

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Samsonov was not in uniform against the Hurricanes. The Maple Leafs are already without Matt Murray (groin and adductors) and prospect Joseph Woll (shoulder).

Petruzzelli, who is six feet tall and weighs 180 pounds, was a third-round selection by the Detroit Red Wings in the 2017 draft.


Kubalik scores in overtime

Dominik Kubalik found the back of the net on the power play 2:43 into overtime to give the Detroit Reds Wings a 3-2 victory over the New York Rangers.

In overtime, the Red Wings enjoyed a power play as Rangers defenseman K’Andre Miller was penalized for holding Kubalik. The latter took advantage almost a minute later, scoring his sixth goal of the season.

Red Wings 3 – Rangers 2 (prol.)

The Red Wings came from a two-goal deficit to claim the win.

Kaapo Kakko and Mika Zibanejad had put Rangers ahead in first place before watching the Wings come back.

Matt Luff and Pius Suter replied in second for Detroit.

The Panthers give Gibson no rest

Even without star forward Matthew Tkachuk, suspended for two games, the Florida Panthers found a way to produce offensively to win by a score of 5-3 against the Anaheim Ducks. Florida completes its four-game road trip out West with a two-game record.

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Defenseman Brandon Montour continued his excellent start to the season offensively with a goal and three assists. He now has 12 points in 11 games this season.

The Panthers were the first to enter the score. Midway through the first period, Carter Verhaeghe took advantage of a power play to deflect a shot from Montour and open the scoring with his eighth goal of the season.

Then quickly in the second half, Montour returned with a good wrist shot that found its way into the back of the net to double Florida’s lead.

Fortunately for the Ducks, the team was able to count on the awakening of Ryan Strome in the middle of the middle period. Strome was initially complicit in the goal of Adam Henrique who reduced the gap, before bringing the two teams back to square one 27 seconds later by taking advantage of a loose puck.

Early in the third period, forward Sam Reinhart breathed a sigh of relief when he scored for the first time this season, in his 13e game, to put Florida in the driver’s seat.

Sam Bennett and Reinhart with his second goal added to the scoring for the Panthers, while Isaac Lundestrom completed the scoring late in the third period on a penalty shot.

Panthers goaltender Spencer Knight saved 32 pucks for his fourth victory of the season, in his fifth game. At the other end of the ice, John Gibson takes the loss despite a performance of 41 saves.

After a difficult start to the season, the Ducks were having a good time with three wins in their last four games. They had the upper hand over the Sharks in the shootout on Saturday night.

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Lundestrom advantage on a penalty shot

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