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Bieber also coached the Humboldt high

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RALEIGH , N.C. (AP) — Alex Ovechkin had his second consecutive hat trick and Jakub Vrana scored in the sixth round of a shootout to lead the Washington Capitals past the Carolina Hurricanes 6-5 on Friday night.Ovechkin’s three goals gave him an NHL-best 28 this season and nine in his last five games. His 13-game point streak matched his career high set in 2006-07.Tom Wilson and Travis Boyd also scored for the defending Stanley Cup champions, who have won 11 of 13. The Metropolitan Division leaders got three goals in a 5:42 span of the second to tie it at 4, a burst capped when Boyd redirected in John Carlson’s shot with 1:41 left in the period.Justin Williams scored the tying goal with 6:12 remaining, and Sebastian Aho had two goals and two assists for Carolina. Teuvo Teravainen had a goal and two assists and Jordan Martinook also scored for the Hurricanes, who had three power-play goals but have lost three straight and six of seven.Dougie Hamilton and Nicklas Backstrom both scored in the fourth round of the shootout. After Braden Holtby stopped Brock McGinn in the sixth round, Vrana ended it with a wrist shot to Scott Darling’s glove side.PENGUINS 5, BRUINS 3PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jake Guentzel tipped in Kris Letang’s shot midway through the third period to fend off a Boston rally, and Pittsburgh goaltender Casey DeSmith made it stand up.Chris Wagner and David Krejci scored in a 54-second span of the third to erase a two-goal deficit for the Bruins, but Guentzel responded by redirecting Letang’s drive from the point past Jaroslav Halak with 9:13 left to put Pittsburgh ahead to stay.DeSmth did the rest, finishing with a career-high 48 saves as the Penguins ended Boston’s three-game winning streak. Zach Aston-Reese had a short-handed goal and an empty-netter. Derek Grant and Phil Kessel also scored for Pittsburgh.Brandon Carlo scored for the first time in 115 games and Halak stopped 24 shots for Boston.DEVILS 5, GOLDEN KNIGHTS 4, OTNEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Nico Hischier scored 41 seconds into overtime to cap New Jersey’s comeback from three goals down against Vegas.Travis Zajac, Miles Wood, Kyle Palmieri and Brett Sevey also scored for the Devils, who trailed 3-0 after one period and 4-1 in the second before rallying for their second win in five games. Cory Schneider gave up three goals on seven shots over the first 9:22 before he was pulled. Keith Kinkaid came on and finished with 14 saves.William Karlsson had two goals, and Alex Tuch and William Carrier also scored for the Golden Knights, who lost for just the third time in their last 12 games. Marc-Andre Fleury made 37 saves and remained one win from tying Hall of Famer Tony Esposito for ninth place on the career list.COYOTES 4, RANGERS 3, OTNEW YORK (AP) — Derek Stepan scored against his former team with 32 seconds left on the clock in overtime and Arizona rallied from a three-goal deficit to defeat New York, snapping a four-game losing streak.Jordan Oesterle, Josh Archibald and Oliver Ekman-Larsson also scored for the Coyotes, who trailed 3-0 early in the second period. Adin Hill stopped 27 shots.Kevin Hayes had a goal and an assist, and Pavel Buchnevich and Mika Zibanejad also scored for the Rangers, who went 3 for 7 on the power play. Henrik Lundqvist made 30 saves.With less than seven minutes remaining in the third Womens Connor Hellebuyck Jersey , Arizona scored twice in 3:48 to tie it.JETS 4, BLACKHAWKS 3, OTCHICAGO (AP) — Mark Scheifele scored twice, including 50 seconds into overtime, and Winnipeg edged Chicago for its fourth consecutive victory.Scheifele dug the puck out from behind the net, skated around the side and beat Corey Crawford for his 20th goal of the season. He has four goals and seven assists during a four-game point streak, including goals in each of the last three games.The Blackhawks trailed 3-2 before Erik Gustafsson drove a one-timer from the slot past Laurent Brossoit with 7.5 seconds remaining in the third period.Patrik Laine and Mathieu Perreault also scored as the Jets leapfrogged idle Nashville for the top spot in the Western Conference. Blake Wheeler had three more assists to run his total to 38, second in the league behind Colorado star Mikko Rantanen.Winnipeg (21-9-2) won for the eighth time in nine games.Jonathan Toews scored twice for last-place Chicago (10-19-5), which lost for the ninth time in 10 games. Crawford finished with 38 saves.BLUES 4, AVALANCHE 3, OTST. LOUIS (AP) — Ryan O’Reilly scored a short-handed goal 2:05 into overtime to give St. Louis a victory over Colorado.Colton Parayko scored twice and Ivan Barbashev also had a goal for the Blues. Jake Allen made 39 saves.J.T. Compher had a goal and an assist, and Sven Andrighetto and Matt Calvert also scored for the Avalanche. Philipp Grubauer stopped 24 shots.Blues star Vladimir Tarasenko was called for playing with illegal equipment in overtime after picking up Parayko’s stick. O’Reilly scored 34 seconds later after getting sprung by a pass from Robert Bortuzzo.SENATORS 4, RED WINGS 2DETROIT (AP) — Mark Stone scored midway through the third period and Chris Tierney’s second goal went into an empty net, lifting Ottawa over Detroit.Stone had a goal overturned by video review in the first period, but there was no disputing the go-ahead goal he sent into the net after the puck was loose in the crease behind goaltender Jimmy Howard.Tierney and Thomas Chabot gave the Senators a 2-0 lead in the first. Craig Anderson finished with 23 saves.Detroit’s Luke Glendening scored late in the first period and Dylan Larkin tied it midway through the second.OILERS 4, FLYERS 1EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Connor McDavid had two goals and an assist, Leon Draisaitl added three assists and the resurgent Edmonton Oilers beat Philadelphia.Alex Chiasson and Adam Larsson also scored for the Oilers (18-12-3), who have won five of six and are 8-1-1 in their last 10 games. They improved to 9-2-2 under new coach Ken Hitchcock.Edmonton goalie Mikko Koskinen made 31 saves and is 7-0-0 on home ice this season.Sean Couturier was initially credited with Philadelphia’s goal before it was given to Jakub Voracek after the game. The Flyers (12-14-4) have lost three in a row and six of eight. HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan (AP) HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan – In an April 8 story about the bus crash involving a Canadian hockey team, The Associated Press, quoting family members, said Xavier Labelle had been killed. Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Justice said Monday the body of Parker Tobin was mistaken for that of Labelle. It said Labelle is injured but alive, and Tobin is among the deceased.—A junior hockey team was en route to a crucial playoff game Friday when a tractor-trailer slammed into their chartered bus Dmitry Kulikov Jersey , killing 15 and sending shock waves through a small town on the Canadian plain.More than half the passengers on the Humboldt Broncos’ bus were killed. Most were players who hailed from the prairie provinces known for farming, but victims also included coaches, a radio announcer, team statistician and a bus driver accustomed to weathering hazardous road conditions.The team’s first line, including the team captain and the son of a former NHL player, all died. Three of the young players killed were named Logan.Family members, friends and former team managers provided a glimpse of most of those who died:—FIRST LINE DOWNLogan Schatz, 20, was a four-year veteran of the Broncos and had been captain for more than half his time with the team. The high-scoring center was the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s player of the month twice this season.Schatz’s wingmen on the team’s top line, Jaxon Joseph and Conner Lukan, were also killed.Schatz had praised the two publicly in January. ”I’ve really clicked with Joseph and Lukan,” he said on the team’s website. ”I can’t say enough good things about them.”Joseph, 20, the son of former NHL player Chris Joseph, was among the leading scorers in the league playoffs. He had previously played on the St. Albert Raiders with Lukan.The death of Lukan, 21, of Slave Lake, Alberta, was announced by the Raiders on Twitter.Two other Raiders alumni also died in the crash: Stephen Wack and Logan Hunter.Wack, 21, had played two seasons with the Broncos and ”absolutely lived and breathed hockey,” his cousin Alicia Wack said.”Stephen has always been an amazing person, son, big brother, and cousin Youth Dustin Byfuglien Jersey ,” she said on Facebook. ”He is one of the most adventurous, ambitious, and loving people that I have ever been blessed to know.”Hunter was a great hockey player and a smart kid with a great sense of humor, said Kevin Porter, president of the Raiders. ”He always had a smile on his face,” Porter said.—COACHES KILLEDTributes to head coach Darcy Haugan described him as a great person, coach and mentor.”He will always be a great man in our hearts,” said his sister, who posted on Twitter under the name Debbie Jayne. ”The tears just keep coming.”Haugan played in the junior hockey league in the 1990s.Steven Wilson, a radio play-by-play announcer, called Haugan ”the classiest guy” in the league. The last time they saw each other, Haugan was playing video games in his office with one of his two young sons.”He was very dedicated to his family and at the same time he was a hockey guy,” Wilson said.Haugan’s wife, Christina George-Haugan, is the team’s office manager.One of Haugan’s assistants was Mark Cross, who had joined the team after being named most valuable player last year while playing with the Maroons in the Highway Hockey League.”I can honestly say I didn’t know a more kind-hearted, generous, caring and overall nice person,” cousin Graeme Cross said in an online tribute.”Mark was one of those people that just made you feel safe and brought a special spark when you were in his presence.”—ROUGH RIDERBus driver Glen Doerksen was accustomed to driving routes between rinks for Charlie’s Charters, the official carrier for more than a half dozen hockey teams. He was no stranger to the storms that sweep across the plain during the long winter.”Our trips to Foam Lake and Allan were on horrible highways due to winter storms,” Kris Babbings, manager of the Kinistino Tigers, said on Twitter. ”We got on that bus and trusted him with our lives and both times he got us home safely. Tragically yesterday he and many others didn’t make it home and our hearts are broken for your families and friends.”Babbings said he would never forget the smile on Doerksen’s face after the Tigers won their championship in Allan last month. The team asked the driver to honk his horn twice ”for the cup.””Tonight, Glen, we give two honks for you ,” he wrote. ”Rest easy sir.”—CALLING THE SHOTS ON AIR AND PLAYS ON SIDELINESTyler Bieber was in his first season as the team’s play-by-play announcer for Humboldt radio station CHBO, where he also covered news.”He definitely had a natural talent,” said Wilson, a co-worker in Weyburn, Saskatchewan. ”He was just passionate about sports.”Bieber was also mentoring Brody Hinz, 18, the team statistician and radio station intern who died in the crash, Lydon Frieson, president of Golden West Radio, said in a statement posted on the station’s website.”Tragedy has hit our community and it reaches into every corner of life in Humboldt,” Frieson said.Bieber also coached the Humboldt high school’s basketball and football teams, Wilson said.—GIVING LIFE TO OTHERSLogan Boulet signed his organ donor card when he turned 21 a few weeks ago and made his wishes very clear to his family, his godfather, Neil Langevin, said on Facebook.Matches were made for all of Boulet’s vital organs and his family planned to stay by his side until the surgery to remove them, Langevin said. Other organs would be donated to science.”These actions alone give voice to the selfless and benevolent nature Logan possessed in life for others,” Langevin said. ”He is a great hero and one of the nicest people you would have been lucky enough to meet.”—DEVOTED TEAMMATEEvan Thomas, 18, a rookie with the team, was remembered as an excellent and devoted player, but perhaps more dedicated to his peers.The Saskatoon native was self-motivated, driven and self-assured, said his father, Scott Thomas, captain of the Tacoma Rockets in the 1991-92 Western Hockey League season. He was the ”kind of kid any dad would be proud to call his own Josh Morrissey Jersey ,” he said.Evan Thomas played hockey and baseball and was a strong student.”He liked sports, but at times I think he tolerated sports so he could be a teammate,” his father said. ”He loved his teammates and I think that was more important to him than the actual sport he was playing.”He loved those boys. He really loved those boys.”—JUNIOR MEMBER OF THE SQUADAdam Herold was a week shy of turning 17 and had only played with the Broncos for two weeks. The defenseman was the youngest member on the team.He was sent to join the Broncos for the playoffs after his previous team, the Regina Pat Canadians, finished their season, said John Smith, his former team’s manager. Herold had been captain of that team and was a good leader.”He was a wonderful young man,” Smith said. ”Never afraid to help his teammates. Always there for them. Good, typical Saskatchewan farm boy. Always load the bus, unload the bus, never afraid to roll up his sleeves and get work done.”Herold lived in Humboldt with teammate Hunter.—SMILE LIT UP A ROOMJacob Leicht, 19, was remembered by a family member for his reliability, contagious laughter and a smile that lit up any room.”My heart is broken,” Cassidy Tolley wrote on Facebook in a post that included a high school graduation photo of Leicht and his team photo. ”Bad things truly happen to the best people, and I can’t wait until I get to see you again. Heaven gained so many beautiful people yesterday, may you all rest easy.”—This story has also been corrected to show that Conner Lukan’s death was announced by the St. Albert Raiders, not the Spruce Grove Saints. Three of Lukan’s teammates, Stephen Wack, Jaxon Joseph and Logan Hunter, also played for the Raiders, not the Saints.

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