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  • May 12, 2020
    WASHINGTON - Alex Ovechkin scored in his third straight game, Braden Holtby made 26 saves and the Washington Capitals beat New Jersey 6-2 on Thursday night, handing the Devils their first loss. [b]https://www.lacfootballshop.com/51-Jersey[/b] .Marcus Johansson scored the go-ahead goal early in the second period for the Capitals (2-0-2). Chris Brown, Nicklas Backstrom, Joel Ward and Andre Burakovsky also scored for Washington, and Troy Brouwer, Mike Green and Matt Niskanen each had two assists.Rookie defenceman Damon Severson scored twice for the Devils (3-1-0), who were seeking their first 4-0 start since 1995-96.Cory Schneider had 21 saves before being lifted at 3:25 of the third after Wards shot from the blue line caromed off the end boards, hit Schneider and went in, making it 5-2.Mike Cammalleri had an assist, giving him points in each of his first four games with the Devils.Holtby, lifted in the first period after allowing three goals on seven shots in Tuesdays shootout loss to San Jose, allowed two goals in the opening period against the Devils, but that was all.With the score tied late in the first, and New Jersey on a power play, he made a sliding save to rob Jaromir Jagr and blanked the Devils for the final two periods.Burakovsky, Washingtons first-round draft choice in 2013, has points in each of his first four games.Johansson put the Capitals ahead 3-2 when he took a pass from Brooks Laich and wristed a shot past Schneider from the slot.New Jersey hadnt trailed in its three previous games, but the Capitals took a 1-0 lead just 34 second in.Schneider made a kick save on a shot by Brouwer, but Ovechkin got the rebound and sent a high wrist shot in for his fifth goal in his last three games.Severson tied it at 10:15 with a blast from the right point off a nice pass from Travis Zajac, who pushed the puck out to Severson as he was knocked down in front of the net.Brown put the Capitals back on top less than a minute later when he beat Schneider to the short side off a tough angle from the left circle.Severson evened it again late in the period, again from the right point.NOTES: Backstrom has 499 points in 499 NHL games. ... Cammalleri joined Neal Broten (seven games), Bobby Holik (five games) and Doug Gilmour as Devils who picked up points in their first four games with the team. ... Devils forward Martin Havlat left with a bloody nose in the second period after Jason Chimera shoved him and Havlat collided with referee Darcy Burchell behind the Washington net. . Washingtons John Carlson played in his 300th consecutive game, tops in franchise history for defencemen [b]https://www.lacfootballshop.com/56-Jersey[/b] . Huntington doesnt want to help run the club unless Hurdle is in the dugout. The combination thats returned the franchise to respectability will remain intact for years to come. [b]https://www.lacfootballshop.com/43-Jersey[/b] . 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell.ST. PAUL, Minn. - Zach Parise and Ryan Suter signed together with the Minnesota Wild for identical mega contracts, a pair of in-their-prime stars targeting an up-and-coming team to grow with and a familiar place to put down roots.There was another, unrealized benefit that came from their decision, too, saddening circumstances made just a little bit brighter by the simple proximity of playing in the closest NHL market to their home. Suters father, Bob, died Sept. 9 of a heart attack. Parises dad, J.P., passed away Wednesday after a long bout with lung cancer.When Parise returned to practice Friday with the Wild, the disguised blessing of picking the team in the area where he grew up and his parents lived was still on his mind despite the presence of raw grief.As hard as it has been the last year, seeing what hes had to go through, if we werent here to be with him and support him it wouldve been a nightmare, Parise said. We did get to spend a lot of great time with him, so those are the things that youll always remember.With his fathers health fast deteriorating, Parise and Suter spoke in recent weeks about the silver lining of their situations.At least the good thing is we got to be here, Suter said. Just think if we would have signed other places, they wouldnt have got to come to as many games as they did get a chance to come to.The 13-year, $98 million deals the Wild gave Parise and Suter on July 4, 2012, were too big to pass up, but so was the opportunity to settle in.J.P. Parise played most of his NHL career for the Minnesota North Stars and stayed in the Twin Cities area after his playing days were done. Bob Suter, a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic team, was a fixture in the Madison, Wisconsin, area where Ryan was rraised. [b]https://www.lacfootballshop.com/21-Jersey[/b]. Suters wife grew up in the Twin Cities area, about a four-hour drive from Madison.Parise was playing for New Jersey previously and Suter for Nashville. When they became free agents, Minnesota became the place they were supposed to be.It was special for him here, Parise said of his dad, and that had to be the reason why they stuck around.Parise spoke slowly and softly but calmly as he answered questions from reporters for the first time since he left the team earlier this week to be with his father for his final days. He missed two games. Parise expressed gratitude for the outpouring of support from all corners of the sport. His wife, he said, was the one who urged him to rejoin the team Friday to get back in the groove of things and not sit at home and sulk.Parise then joked, My dad probably wouldve been mad at me for skipping the San Jose game and he probably wouldve been mad at me for not playing last night too, so it was important for me to get back.During the past week, Suter was especially helpful for Parise.Hed say, Stay home from practice. Spend time with him. Spend as much time with him as you can, Parise said. Things like that. The whole team was incredible. Just with him having gone through it as well, he was very supportive, calling all the time when he knew it was the last couple of days. ... It meant a lot to us.Parise said he plans to play Saturday against Nashville as well as on the upcoming three-game road trip. The funeral will be next Friday, Jan. 16.Even though his heart and his mind is obviously on dealing with this terrible thing, I know that he will pour his heart and soul into helping our hockey team, coach Mike Yeo said. Thats just the kind of character he is. ' ' '