The Buzzer: Goalies shine as Jarry, Nilsson earn wins
1. Tristan Jarry, Penguins
The Penguins won for only the second time in their last six games with a 4-1 victory over the Devils. Jarry earned his third win of the season with a 36-save performance to help extend Pittsburgh’s point streak to four games. They now have points in seven of their last eight games.The netminder has allowed two or fewer goals in five of his six games this season, and in four of his five starts.
2. Thomas Chabot, Senators
The defenseman opened the scoring and helped close it out with a secondary assist on Anthony Duclair’s power play goal during 4-1 win over the Rangers. Chabot now has four points in his last four games and 14 on the season. Duclair, who also had a goal and an assist, has six point in his last four games. Jean-Gabriel Pageau chipped in a pair of helpers to give him 19 points in 23 games.
3. Anders Nilsson, Senators
Nilsson was solid in goal making 30 stops during the win. He’s won three in a row and the Senators have won six of the last seven games he’s started. Ottawa has won seven of their last nine.
Highlights of the Night
• Dominik Kahun with the goal of the night. After some sweet deking, he went backhand shelf on Mackenzie Blackwood:
• Congrats to Senators rookie Logan Brown for scoring his first NHL goal:
• Well done, Senators:
The #Sens invited four youth from local organizations who have been affected by cancer to announce the starting line-up and surprised them with an announcement that they’d drop the ceremonial puck at #HockeyFightsCancer night. pic.twitter.com/wR98ZbKyxT— Ottawa Senators (@Senators) November 23, 2019
Stat of the Night
Scores Penguins 4, Devils 1 Senators 4, Rangers 1