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Blues fire Yeo after 2-0 loss to Kings

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ST. LOUIS (AP) The St. Louis Blues fired coach Mike Yeo after a disappointing start to the season and named Craig Berube as his interim replacement.

General manager Doug Armstrong announced the move early Tuesday, hours after the Blues lost to the Los Angeles Kings. St. Louis is 7-9-3 and in last place in the Central Division.

The Blues missed the playoffs by one point last season and lost in the second round in 2017.


Eichel's OT goal pushes Sabres' run to 6

PITTSBURGH (AP) The Buffalo Sabres might be for real. The Pittsburgh Penguins might be in real trouble.

The proof came over the final 30 minutes of Buffalo's rousing 5-4 overtime victory on Monday night. The Sabres reeled off the final four goals, the last on a shot from the right circle by Jake Eichel that squirted past Casey DeSmith 45 seconds into the extra period to give Buffalo its sixth straight win.


Laine's hat trick puts Jets over Canucks

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) Patrik Laine recorded a hat trick and led the Winnipeg Jets to a 6-3 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Monday night.

Laine put the puck into an empty net with less than two minutes to go seal the victory.


Johansen, Rinne lead Preds by Lightning

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Pekka Rinne continued his dominance over Tampa Bay and tied a record with one of his boyhood heroes in the process.

Ryan Johansen had a goal and an assist, Rinne stopped 29 shots, and the Nashville Predators beat the Lightning 3-2 on Monday night.


Hoffman's streak hits 16 as Panthers win

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) Hockey was almost secondary to the Florida Panthers and Ottawa Senators on Monday night.

The teams dealt with two separate delays that left a number of players shaken. The teams were sent to their dressing rooms with 3:37 remaining in the first period as first responders dealt with a medical emergency in the stands as a fan required CPR.


Hyman's 2 goals lift Leafs over Jackets

TORONTO (AP) It took the Toronto Maple Leafs a little while to shake their West Coast hangover.

Zach Hyman scored two goals late in third period and the Maple Leafs extended their winning streak to four games with a 4-2 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday night.


Chytil scores again, Rangers edge Stars

NEW YORK (AP) Filip Chytil is having quite the scoring run, and the New York Rangers could not be happier.

Chytil scored the tiebreaking goal 4:32 into the third period to rally the New York Rangers to a 2-1 win over the Dallas Stars on Monday night. The 21st overall pick in the 2017 NHL draft, Chytil scored for the fourth straight game to become the first teenager in franchise history to accomplish that feat.


Capitals rally to down Canadiens in OT

MONTREAL (AP) Casey Price's sensational save at the end of regulation was for naught after the Montreal goaltender gave up a bad goal in overtime.

Lars Eller scored through Price's legs with less than 90 seconds left in overtime and the Washington Capitals rallied to beat the Canadiens 5-4 on Monday night.


Tkachuk, Gaudreau help Flames rout Vegas

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) Johnny Gaudreau matched a career-high with four points, all in the first period, and found a spot in the Calgary Flames' record book.

Gaudreau's goal and three assists, along with Matthew Tkachuk's two goals and two assists, helped the Flames take over top spot in the Pacific Division with a 7-2 rout of the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday night.


Flyers haven't received fighting major

Hockey in the NHL is a far different game than it was 45 years ago, when the Broad Street Bullies ruled the ice with their fists.

In the 1970s, the Philadelphia Flyers had guys like Dave "The Hammer" Schultz, Bob "The Hound" Kelly and Andre "Moose" Dupont to not just beat opponents but beat them up, too.

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