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Spezza dekes out Pavelec for game-winner.

Jason Spezza uses a swift move to beat Ondrej Pavelec as the Stars defeat the Rangers in a shootout.

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Panthers

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Matheson's goal lifts Panthers past Red Wings.

Michael Matheson scores the game-winning goal in overtime against Detroit on Monday night.

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Islanders

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Islanders score twice in under a minute.

New York scores back-to-back goals in the second period to beat the Capitals 3-1 on Monday night.

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Maple Leafs

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Hyman's deflection counts for lone goal against Oilers.

Toronto gets all the offense they need when Zach Hyman tips the puck and it trickles past Edmonton's Laurent Brossoit.

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Wild

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Niederreiter loses puck, steals it back for OT goal.

Nino Niederreiter plays the puck off the boards but loses possession, but quickly swipes it back before beating Martin Jones to give the Wild a 4-3 win in overtime against the Sharks.

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Blues

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Tarasenko speeds past Eichel for OT winner.

Vladimir Tarasenko blows past Jack Eichel and scores the game-winning goal for St. Louis against Buffalo.

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Blackhawks

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Kane sets up two late goals for Blackhawks.

With under five minutes to play and the score tied, Patrick Kane assists on goals by Artem Anisimov and Nick Schmaltz as Chicago beats Arizona 3-1.

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Blues

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Jaden Schwartz started this season with a career-best offensive pace, with 35 points (14 goals and 21 assists) in 30 games. The leading catalyst for that hot start: That Schwartz was completely healthy for the first time in years. Because the Hockey Gods are cruel and can never let us have nice things, Schwartz was placed on injured reserve on Sunday with a right ankle injury, which he suffered in blocking a shot from Detroit Red Wings defenseman Mike Green on Saturday. Blues GM Doug Armstrong said Schwartz is scheduled to be re-evaluated in six weeks. In recent games, his dominating line with Vladimir Tarasenko (13-18-31) and Brayden Schenn (15-21-36) had been broken up, with Schenn and Schwartz playing with Alex Steen (3-12-15, in 24 games) and Tarasenko playing with center Paul Stastny (6-15-21). The Blues have won three in a row and are in first place in the Central Division at 20-8-2. But losing key players in times of prosperity is, as any Blues fan will tell you, an unofficial franchise tradition. And Schwartz's impacts him, Schenn and that dressing room, where he's a well-liked leader.

Greg Wyshynski, ESPN

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