Hockey Night in Canada

How Canadian NHL teams fared last night

Ottawa managed to stop Chicago, but couldn't end Patrick Kane's point streak. Vancouver slumped to its fourth straight loss and Montreal couldn't figure out Braden Holtby.

Kane continues streak, but loses to Sens

Patrick Kane's 2nd period goal against Ottawa tied a Blackhawks team record. The goal gives Kane points in 21 straight games tying a record set by Bobby Hull in 1971-72. 0:55

Four Canadian NHL teams took to the ice on Thursday night. 

Here's how they did: 

Hoffman, Kane rack up the points

Senators winger Mike Hoffman is on a tear, extending his impressive scoring streak to eight goals in six games.

Hoffman had two goals and an assist, including the game-winning goal 30 seconds into overtime, to defeat the Blackhawks 4-3.

Chicago star Patrick Kane also had a three-point night to tie Bobby Hull's franchise-record 21-game point streak. 

Canucks drop 4th straight

Vancouver was just under six minutes away from stealing a point in a game with Dallas, until Patrick Sharp broke the tie and sent the Stars on to a 4-2 triumph.

The Canucks have now lost 10 straight games against Dallas and are in a slump, having suffered their fourth consecutive loss this week. 

Canadiens can't solve Holtby

​Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby made 33 saves to keep Washington in the game against the Montreal Canadiens and T.J. Oshie scored twice to seal a 3-2 victory at the Bell Centre. 

The home team outshot  its opponent 35-19 and had the majority of scoring opportunities, but it wasn't enough to best Holtby, who holds a 7-0-2 career record against Montreal. 

Leafs blanked in Reimer's return

Wild defenceman Matt Dumba scored the lone goal as Minnesota held on for a 1-0 win over the Maple Leafs. 

Toronto goalie James Reimer made 27 saves in his first start since returning from an injury that sidelined him for over a week. 


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