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WASHINGTON (AP) The Washington Capitals scored 13 goals in two games against the New York Islanders Alex Pietrangelo Jersey Kids , and Alex Ovechkin accounted for none of them.T.J. Oshie, Nicklas Backstrom and Matt Niskanen scored as Washington swept a home-and-home set against the skidding Islanders with a 6-3 win on Friday night.Alex Chiasson had a goal and two assists for the Capitals, who hammered the Islanders 7-3 in New York on Thursday. Jakub Vrana¡¯s goal gave Washington a 5-1 lead with 9:04 remaining, and Lars Eller added an empty-netter.¡±It¡¯s very important to have balance. I don¡¯t think anyone here is worried about (Ovechkin) not scoring, but it is good we have other guys stepping up,¡± Oshie said. ¡±That¡¯s important. We want confidence throughout the lineup offensively going into the postseason.¡±Braden Holtby gained confidence in his return to the lineup. The 2016 Vezina Trophy winner as the NHL¡¯s top goaltender had lost seven of eight and did not play in the previous four games. Holtby made 22 saves against the Islanders in his first game since March 6.¡±I felt a lot better,¡± he said. ¡±Not that I was feeling horrible before. You get refreshed from a week off work.¡±Washington broke a tie with the idle Pittsburgh Penguins for sole possession of first place in the Metropolitan Division. The Capitals¡¯ four-game winning streak is their longest since taking five in a row from Dec. 28 to Jan. 9.Mathew Barzal, Brock Nelson and John Tavares scored for the Islanders, who have lost 10 of 11.Evgeny Kuznetsov, Washington¡¯s second-leading scorer, left in the second period and did not return after sustaining an upper-body injury. Capitals coach Barry Trotz said Kuznetsov is day-to-day and would be re-evaluated Saturday.Kuznetsov had two assists before exiting. In the final seconds of the second period, he smashed into the boards behind the Islanders net as New York¡¯s Thomas Hickey was called for a slashing penalty. The slow-rising Kuznetsov eventually skated off and headed straight toward the locker room.The Islanders were called for 11 penalties that totaled 41 minutes one night after a lopsided loss. Ross Johnston received a game misconduct following a fight with Washington¡¯s Tom Wilson.¡±You can¡¯t sit in the box against that team,¡± Islanders coach Doug Weight said. ¡±We battled. It wasn¡¯t as hard as we wanted to play in the first, but we took three penalties and guys battled physically ck-brassard-jersey , they worked hard. They¡¯ll probably say it was an easy game, but we worked hard.¡±Philipp Grubauer, tied for fourth in the league with a 2.26 goals-against average, went 3-1 in net for Washington over the previous four games. Trotz would not commit to a starting goaltender for Sunday¡¯s pivotal matchup at Philadelphia.The good news for Washington is that Holtby¡¯s performance makes the decision difficult.¡±I thought (Holtby) was pretty solid. He looked really confident,¡± Trotz said. ¡±You could tell by his play with the puck in the corner on the power play the one time. He¡¯s feeling some confidence, so that¡¯s good.¡±Islanders goalie Jaroslav Halak made 25 saves. New York has given up at least five goals in 20 games this season.¡±Try to come in here and play for each other,¡± Nelson said of New York¡¯s motivation with postseason hopes rapidly fading. ¡±We are where we are. It¡¯s tough. But you¡¯ve got to go out there and be professional and do your job and work every day.¡±Oshie redirected Ovechkin¡¯s shot past Halak for a power-play goal in the first period. Oshie has three goals in two games after a 19-game drought.Barzal¡¯s unassisted goal with 14:30 remaining in the second tied the score at 1. The tie did not last long as Washington took advantage of a 5-on-3 power play. Backstrom¡¯s persistent jabbing at a loose puck in front of Halak led to a 2-1 lead with 7:12 left in the second.NOTES: Nelson and Tavares scored power-play goals. ¡­ The Capitals won the season series 3-1. ¡­ Washington honored Ovechkin before the game for scoring his 600th goal Monday against Winnipeg. ¡­ The Capitals scratched forward Brett Connolly, center Chandler Stephenson and defenseman Jakub Jerabek. Connolly has 14 goals this season. Washington D Christian Djoos played for the first time since March 6. ¡­ The Islanders scratched defenseman Dennis Seidenberg, defenseman Sebastian Ho and forward Chris Wagner.UP NEXTIslanders: Host the Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday.Capitals: At the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday.¡ª ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) ¡ª Three Anaheim goals in regulation deflected in off opposing players. When the game went to a shootout and New Jersey¡¯s Taylor Hall had a chance to tie it, his shot ricocheted off the crossbar.That left an opening for Ryan Getzlaf, who followed Daniel Sprong¡¯s earlier goal in the shootout with a nifty wrist shot to give the Ducks a wild 6-5 victory Sunday over the Devils.¡°It was a bizarre game,¡± Ducks coach Randy Carlyle said. ¡°It was one of those games that seemed like the last shot would win it.¡±The Ducks have won six of their last seven, though none quite equaled Sunday¡¯s bizarre victory.Jakob Silfverberg Youth Evgeni Malkin Jersey , Kiefer Sherwood, Brandon Montour, Pontus Aberg and Ondrej Kase scored in regulation for the Ducks. The goals by Sherwood, Aberg and Kase all went off New Jersey players. Kase¡¯s goal was actually knocked in by Andy Greene when he swung his stick attempting to bat it away from the net.¡°It was the first time in my experience where you had three that went in,¡± Devils coach John Hynes said. ¡°Something gets deflected in, and hits someone and goes in. Those were a little bit odd tonight.¡±Kyle Palmieri had two goals for the Devils, and Damon Severson, Brent Seney and Marcus Johansson also scored. Cory Schneider stopped 33 shots.The Devils snapped a six-game losing streak in their last outing, but have now lost seven of eight.The Ducks started the shootout, but Aberg¡¯s shot was blocked by Schneider. John Gibson then blocked Palmieri, before Sprong ¡ª in his first career shootout attempt ¡ª sliced a backhand past Schneider.When Palmieri¡¯s shot went off the crossbar, Getzlaf¡¯s goal provided the game-winner.¡°Our guys did a good job of sticking with things,¡± Getzlaf said. ¡°When you get a few bounces, it¡¯s big. We didn¡¯t get any of those the first two months of the season.¡±Anaheim¡¯s Ryan Miller Jake Guentzel Jersey Kids , looking to become the all-time leader in U.S.-born goaltender wins, left the game with 12:47 left in the third period after a pair of players crashed into him at the net. He appeared to have injured his left leg. Gibson was in goal the rest of the night.The night began with a wild opening period as both teams scored three times. Three of the goals were scored within 59 seconds.Palmieri opened the scoring, snapping in a rebound past Miller just 1:38 into the game.The Ducks answered quickly, a screened Silfverberg firing from long distance to tie it. Sherwood gave Anaheim a brief lead when he completed a breakaway, his shot deflecting off the leg of Stefan Noesen in front of the crease and into the net.New Jersey tied it at 2-2 on Palmieri¡¯s second goal of the period, wristing in a quick shot on a feed from Taylor Hall behind the net.The Devils went back up on Severson¡¯s power-play goal, but the Ducks tied it again on Montour¡¯s goal to end the high-scoring period.¡°That first period was a little helter-skelter,¡± Schneider said. ¡°Both sides (played) a littler looser. You come out of it 3-3, it¡¯s basically a 0-0 hockey game. ¡­ You have that mentality of starting over. I thought we did a good job in the second and took control of the game. The Ducks made a push in the third.¡±New Jersey led 4-3 in the third when Aberg fired a long, blind, backhanded shot that went off the hand of New Jersey¡¯s Ben Lovejoy and hopped in the net.Kase¡¯s goal gave Anaheim a 5-4 lead, but the Devils emptied their net and scored after a wild scramble in front of the net with 57.8 seconds left to send the game into overtime.NOTES: Sunday marked Carlyle¡¯s 900th game as an NHL coach. ¡­ The Ducks have won their last five games at home against the Devils. ¡­ Getzlaf is now 27 for 76 in career shootout attempts.

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