OTTAWA Anders Bjork Jersey , Ontario (AP) — Sergei Bobrovsky made 22 saves and Matt Duchene’s first game with the Columbus Blue Jackets was a 3-0 win over his former team, the Ottawa Senators, on Friday night.Duchene, traded by Ottawa to Columbus hours earlier, was held pointless. Josh Anderson, Cam Atkinson and Oliver Bjorkstrand scored for the Blue Jackets.Craig Anderson made 37 saves for the Senators, who were shut out for the second straight game and have lost three straight. Ottawa has gone 125 minutes, 17 seconds, since its last goal.With the NHL trade deadline approaching Monday, Mark Stone and Ryan Dzingel were scratched again as the struggling Senators move forward with a rebuild.JETS 6, GOLDEN KNIGHTS 3LAS VEGAS (AP) — Patrik Laine scored twice and Connor Hellebuyck made 31 saves to lead Winnipeg over Vegas.The Central Division-leading Jets entered 2-4-2 in their previous eight games but rebounded from an embarrassing 7-1 loss at Colorado on Wednesday to improve to 12-3-2 against Pacific Division opponents this season. The Jets are 22-4-4 in their last 30 games versus the Pacific Division since last season.Nikolaj Ehlers Bobby Orr Jersey , Kyle Connor, Adam Lowry and Andrew Copp also scored for Winnipeg. Blake Wheeler and Bryan Little each had two assists.The victory was Paul Maurice’s 685th as an NHL coach. He passed Pat Quinn for eighth on the career list.Pierre Edouard Bellemare, Shea Theodore and Jonathan Marchessault scored for Vegas. Marc-Andre Fleury made 23 saves.Fleury has lost five in a row and eight of his past 10 starts, allowing 24 goals over his last six games.The Golden Knights are 3-9-1 in the past month. They have just one win in their last eight home games (1-6-1).WILD 3, RED WINGS 2DETROIT (AP) — Luke Kunin and Jordan Greenway scored in the first period, and Minnesota went on to beat Detroit.Eric Staal added a goal in the second for the Wild, who are 3-6-3 in their last 12 games but occupy the final playoff spot in the Western Conference after sweeping back-to-back road games against the Rangers and Red Wings.Tyler Bertuzzi and Anthony Mantha scored for Detroit.AVALANCHE 5, BLACKHAWKS 3CHICAGO (AP) — J.T. Compher scored his second goal of the game on a breakaway to snap a tie with 5:22 left, and Colorado topped Chicago for its third straight victory.Carl Soderberg also had two goals, including a short-handed empty-netter, and Gabriel Landeskog scored his 32nd of the season early in the third. The Avalanche got 41 saves from Semyon Varlamov.Patrick Kane scored his 39th goal to extend his point streak to 20 games and goal-scoring run to five straight. Dylan Strome and Alex DeBrincat also scored for the Blackhawks. Jonathan Toews and Erik Gustafssson each had two assists.Collin Delia made 26 saves as Chicago lost for just the third time in 13 games. Kane has 17 goals and 26 assists during his point streak.Colorado is one point behind Minnesota for the final wild-card spot in the Western Conference.FLAMES 2 http://www.officialbruinsproonline.com/authentic-adidas-brad-marchand-jersey , DUCKS 1CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Andrew Mangiapane scored the go-ahead goal with 3:29 left and Calgary edged Anaheim for its fourth straight victory.The rookie left wing tried to pass the puck across to Garnet Hathaway on a 2-on-1. Instead it hit Ducks defenseman Jaycob Megna and came right back to Mangiapane, who ripped a shot over the shoulder of goalie Ryan Miller.TJ Brodie also scored for Calgary, which moved three points ahead of San Jose atop the Pacific Division. The Flames lead the Western Conference standings as well.Making his fifth consecutive start for the first time this season, Mike Smith had 25 saves to improve to 18-11-2.Derek Grant scored for Anaheim, which dropped to 1-1-0 on a four-game road trip. The Ducks had won three of their first four under interim coach Bob Murray. ST. LOUIS (AP) — Teammates and friends in the minors, Los Angeles Kings rookies Calvin Peterson and Matt Luff pulled off NHL firsts in the same game.Peterson earned his first shutout and Luff scored his first goal, leading the Kings to a 2-0 victory over St. Louis on Monday night — hours before the scuffling Blues fired coach Mike Yeo.“It’s unreal,” Luff said. “We were talking when I gave him a hug on the ice about that. Couldn’t have picked a better day for it to happen with him getting his first shutout. We talked about it on the plane. He’s probably one of the best kids so I’m happy it happened for him.”Peterson, making his third start for the Kings, stopped 29 shots. He is the 24th rookie goaltender to start a game for Los Angeles. In college at Notre Dame and in the minor leagues Youth Brandon Carlo Jersey , Peterson had 20 shutouts.“On the personal side, to get the shutout was very cool,” Peterson said. “And for Luffer to get his first (goal) was very cool, too. So it was an all-around great night.”Not for the Blues.Following the team’s latest defeat, St. Louis general manager Doug Armstrong named Craig Berube interim coach. At 7-9-3, the Blues are in last place in the Central Division, and their 17 points rank next-to-last in the NHL — ahead of only Los Angeles.The 45-year-old Yeo joined the Blues as an assistant in 2016 after five seasons with Minnesota.The Kings, last in the Pacific Division, had lost four of five before beating St. Louis in a game featuring teams with the worst records in the Western Conference.Interim coach Willie Desjardins said it was a good win for the Kings.“They’re hard to play against,” Desjardins said. “They had a few chances. I thought we played pretty good overall.”The Blues have lost four of their last five. This marked the third time they were shut out this season.“It’s hard to win if you don’t score goals,” Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko said. “I have no words. We’re trying hard Womens Charlie McAvoy Jersey , maybe too hard. If we don’t score, it’s zero in every game and it’s really frustrating.”Los Angeles went up 1-0 at 8:18 of the second period. Luff, a 21-year-old right wing, scored his first goal on his sixth career shot when hit a wrister from the right circle. Adrian Kempe fed the wide-open Luff for the goal.“It wasn’t a perfect shot but luckily it went in,” Luff said. “I thought about it a little bit in the previous games. Tonight it was in my head just don’t think about it. I kind of just blocked it out and shot my shot and it went in.”Anze Kopitar added an empty-netter with 30 seconds left.This was the first meeting this season between the teams. St. Louis won two of three last season and is 6-3-0 in the last nine matchups.Blues goalie Jake Allen faced 26 shots in falling to 5-3 in his career against the Kings. Allen was pulled with 1:45 to play but the Blues were unable to score.“You can’t win hockey games without scoring goals,” Blues defenseman Alex Pietrangelo said. “This has to be a harder place to play.”NOTES: St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Harrison Bader, accompanied by team mascot Fredbird, dropped the ceremonial first puck. … Blues D Carl Gunnarsson and F Jaden Schwartz will be out through the weekend. Both sustained upper-body injuries in the Blues’ 4-1 win at Vegas last Friday. … Blues F Alexander Steen missed his third game with an upper body injury. He is listed as day to day. … F Pat Maroon, who suffered an upper-body injury last Wednesday against Chicago and was placed on injured reserve, can come off IR on Thursday. … Blues D Robert Bortuzzo has resumed skating. He has missed 12 games with a lower body injury and remains on IR. … The Kings recalled F Austin Wagner from Ontario of the AHL and goalie Cole Kehler has been assigned to Ontario. … Kings F Trevor Lewis (fractured foot) is listed week-to-week.UP NEXTKings: Host Colorado on Wednesday night.Blues: At Nashville on Wednesday night.