NHL roundup: Flames tie team record with 10th straight win

NHL: Winnipeg Jets at Calgary Flames
Feb 21, 2022; Calgary, Alberta, CAN; Calgary Flames forward Elias Lindholm (28) celebrates his third period against the Winnipeg Jets at Scotiabank Saddledome. Flames won 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Candice Ward-USA TODAY Sports

February 22, 2022

Elias Lindholm scored the tie-breaking goal with 47 seconds left and the Calgary Flames tied their franchise record with their 10th consecutive victory, a 3-1 win against the visiting Winnipeg Jets on Monday afternoon.

Lindholm has scored a goal in eight straight games, which also ties a franchise record.

Sean Monahan and Tyler Toffoli also scored. Jacob Markstrom made 22 saves for the Flames, who had won 10 straight games twice previously in franchise history, most recently toward the end of the 2016-17 season.

Markstrom has won eight straight decisions, allowing two goals or fewer in all eight wins, including two shutouts.

Bruins 5, Avalanche 1

A trio of second-period goals lifted Boston to a dominating win over visiting Colorado.

David Pastrnak tallied two goals and an assist, Taylor Hall assisted on three of Boston’s last four goals and Charlie McAvoy (two assists) and Patrice Bergeron (one goal, one assist) also had multiple points. Jeremy Swayman made 28 saves to move to 3-0-1 in his last four starts in the Bruins’ net.

Nathan MacKinnon scored the lone goal for Colorado, which had its streak of seven straight road wins snapped. Cale Makar and Mikko Rantanen assisted MacKinnon’s goal. Despite making 40 saves, Darcy Kuemper dropped his first regulation decision after a franchise-record 16-0-2 run.

Hurricanes 4, Flyers 3 (OT)

Brett Pesce scored with 18 seconds remaining in overtime to lift Carolina past host Philadelphia.

Vincent Trocheck added one goal and one assist while Nino Niederreiter and Teuvo Teravainen also scored for the Hurricanes, who won their third in a row. Hurricanes goaltender Frederik Andersen made 38 saves.

Gerry Mayhew, Patrick Brown and Oskar Lindblom each scored one goal for the reeling Flyers, who have lost five straight as well as the opening two games of an eight-game homestand.

Canadiens 5, Maple Leafs 2

Josh Anderson had two goals and an assist to lead host Montreal past Toronto.

Cole Caufield added a goal and two assists for the Canadiens, who extended their winning streak to a season-best three games. Mike Hoffman and Rem Pitlick also scored for the Canadiens, who led 5-0 after two periods. Sam Montembeault stopped 35 shots for Montreal.

Ilya Mikheyev and Pierre Engvall scored for the Maple Leafs, who have lost two in a row. Petr Mrazek made 19 saves for Toronto.

–Field Level Media

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