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Lundqvist, Rangers blank lowly Sabres


November 01. 2013 12:35AM
The Associated Press



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NEW YORK — Henrik Lundqvist made 29 saves in his 47th NHL shutout, and the New York Rangers won their second straight and first at home with a 2-0 victory over the lowly Buffalo Sabres on Thursday night.


Lundqvist made a late third-period save with the top of his helmet, deflecting the puck into the crowd, and then robbed Marcus Foligno with 1:20 remaining.


Derick Brassard scored a power-play goal in the first period, and Chris Kreider netted his second in two games in the middle period to give Lundqvist the only offense he would need to post his third win and second shutout this season.


The Rangers (5-7), who played 10 of their first 11 on the road, began a four-game homestand in workmanlike fashion. They recorded a season-high 46 shots on Buffalo’s Ryan Miller, who was sharp throughout.


Bruins 3, Ducks 2, SO


BOSTON — Zdeno Chara scored the tying goal on a power play with under 3 minutes remaining in regulation and Jarome Iginla had the lone goal in a shootout to rally the Boston Bruins past the Anaheim Ducks.


Carl Soderberg scored his first NHL goal and Tuukka Rask made 21 saves for the Bruins, who mustered only one shot on goal in the first period. They never sustained much of an offensive attack but still managed to snap a two-game skid.


Devante Smith-Pelly scored less than 2 minutes into the game, Mathieu Perreault had a goal and an assist and Jonas Hiller stopped 21 shots for the Ducks. But they went 0 for 4 on the power play, dropping the league’s worst unit to 7.3 percent (4 for 55).


Avs acquire Talbot from Flyers


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Colorado Avalanche swapped veteran forwards with Philadelphia, sending Steve Downie to the Flyers in exchange for Maxime Talbot.


Talbot is expected to be in Dallas when the Avs face the Stars on Friday night. The move is somewhat of a surprise, with Colorado off to a 10-1 start and leading its division.


The 29-year-old Talbot had a goal and an assist for the Flyers this season. He’s also played for Pittsburgh, helping the Penguins to the 2009 Stanley Cup title.


Colorado likes Talbot’s leadership, with Joe Sakic, the executive vice president of hockey operations, saying, “we look forward to him bringing that experience to our club.”


Downie had a goal and six assists for Colorado this season. He missed most of last year with a knee injury.




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