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BUFFALO [url=http://www.losangelesramsteamonline.com/aaron-donald-jersey]Aaron Donald Jersey Elite[/url] , N.Y. (AP) Clayton Keller and the Arizona Coyotes‘ youth were too much in providing the Sabres a sobering reminder of why Buffalo belongs at the bottom of the NHL standings.Keller set up two goals to set the franchise record for points in a season by a rookie, and fellow rookie Dylan Strome scored in a 4-1 victory Wednesday night.Though the two teams began the day separated by one point at the bottom of the league standings, the Coyotes improved to 13-5-2 in their past 20 by overwhelming Buffalo.”It’s actually awesome,” goalie Antti Raanta said, referring to Arizona’s late-season run.It’s even better when taking into account how the youngsters are contributing.”We want that those guys are taking this team and showing the way,” said Raanta, who stopped 29 shots.Referring to Keller, Raanta added: ”I think he’s been one of the best forwards in this stretch. And I think it’s going to be just awesome to see how good he’s going to be in the future because he’s already so good.”The Coyotes’ 2016 first-round pick extended his points streak to six games, in which he has two goals and five assists. He also upped his points total to 55, one more than Peter Mueller had in setting the rookie team record in 2007-08. And Keller has 35 assists, one more than teammate Max Domi had in his rookie season two years ago.Strome, the No. 3 pick in the 2015 draft, scored a day after being called up from the minors. Derek Stepan had a goal and assist, Richard Panik also scored, and Domi sealed it with an empty-netter.Frustration set in on the Sabres, who remain last in the standings with 58 points – one behind Vancouver.”You’d think you’d come out gangbusters to start this game,” Housley said. ”It was a very meaningful game in respect that you’re in last place in the league. That’s hard to swallow. 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The first-year coach rejoined the Coyotes earlier in the day after spending the past few days in Toronto to attend mother Norma’s funeral. She died last week at the age of 93 due to complications from brain cancer.”Yeah, I’m just a routine guy,” Tocchet said. ”I like to get back in routine. That’s how my mom would’ve wanted me to get back into these things.”The trajectory of the two franchises has hardly changed in the three years since both sat at the bottom of standings before a game in Buffalo.The only difference then was [url=http://www.losangelesramsteamonline.com/aaron-donald-jersey]http://www.losangelesramsteamonline.com/aaron-donald-jersey[/url] , the last-place team was assured of picking no worse than second in a draft that featured two so-called generational prospects in Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel. Some Sabres’ fans were so in favor of their team finishing last, Buffalo was booed when captain Brian Gionta tied it at 3 with 3:37 remaining. And some cheered when Sam Gagner scored 56 seconds into overtime of Arizona’s 4-3 win.Coyotes forward Brad Richardson didn’t sign with Arizona until the following summer, but was aware of how Sabres fans responded.”I think that’s pretty sad, to be honest,” Richardson told The Associated Press earlier in the day.The Sabres finished last, but lost the draft lottery to Edmonton, which selected McDavid with the first pick.On Wednesday, the Sabres were booed when they were unable to score during the final three minutes with their goalie pulled.”We’ve got to find a way to get smart or something,” Sabres forward Ryan O’Reilly said. ”It’s disappointing.”NOTES: Eichel played his 200th career game. … Arizona converted two of three power-play chances after going 2-for-23 in its previous nine games. … Coyotes D Jason Demers did not play and will miss the remainder of the season with an upper-body injury.UP NEXTCoyotes: Continue six-game road swing at Carolina on Thursday night.Sabres: Close six-game homestand against Montreal on Friday night.— OSHAWA, Ontario (AP) — No. 1 overall pick Rasmus Dahlin scored his first goal for Buffalo, Jeff Skinner connected twice and the Sabres beat the New York Islanders 5-4 in exhibition play Friday night at Tribute Communities Centre.Brendan Guhle also Casey Nelson scored for Buffalo, and Carter Hutton made 27 saves.Anders Lee scored twice, and Josh Bailey and Ryan Pulock added goals for the Islanders.The neutral-site game was the last preseason contest for both teams. It was scheduled in December 2017 with the hope that John Tavares would return with the Islanders to play in the arena where his junior career began. But Tavares signed with Toronto this year.MAPLE LEAFS 6, RED WINGS 2At Toronto, Jake Gardiner, John Tavares and Patrick Marleau scored power-play goals and Par Lindholm added a short-handed goal – all in a 3:54 span in the second period – to help Toronto improve to 6-1-0.Gardiner added another goal in the third period and Nazem Kadri also scored for the Maple Leafs. Gustav Nyquist and Dylan Larkin replied for Detroit The teams will close out the preseason schedules Saturday night in Detroit.HURRICANES 5, CAPITALS 4, OTAt Washington, Sebastian Aho scored his second goal of the game 19 seconds into overtime to lift Carolina past Washington.Teuvo Teravainen had a goal and three assists, Andrei Svechnikov and Valentin Zykov also scored, and Petr Mrazek made 25 saves.Alex Ovechkin scored twice for the Capitals, Jayson Megna and Andre Burakovsky added goals [url=http://www.losangelesramsteamonline.com/todd-gurley-ii-jersey]Authentic Todd Gurley Jersey[/url] , and Braden Holtby made 31 saves.BLUE JACKETS 7, PENGUINS 6At Columbus, Ohio, Oliver Bjorkstrand broke tie with 3:56 left to help Columbus beat Pittsburgh.Artemi Panarin had two goals and two assists, Cam Atkinson added a goal and three assists, Zach Werenski had four assists, and Boone Jenner and Nick Foligno also scored.Derick Brassard led the Penguins with two goals and an assist. Sidney Crosby, Patric Hornqvist, Carl Hagelin and Bryan Rust also scored.AVALANCHE 4, WILD 3, OTAt Denver, Mikko Rantanen scored on a power play 1:29 into overtime to lift Colorado past Minnesota.Alex Kerfoot, Tyson Jost and Matt Calvert also scored, and Philipp Grubauer made 21 saves.Nino Niederreiter and Jason Zucker scored for Minnesota in the third to force overtime. Mikael Granlund also scored, and Alex Stalock and Andrew Hammond split time in goal.BLUES 3, STARS 1At St. Louis, Jake Allen made 21 saves in St. Louis’ victory over Dallas.Ryan O’Reilly, Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko scored. Blake Comeau scored for Dallas, and Landon Bow stopped 23 shots.GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2, KINGS 0At Las Vegas, Marc-Andre Fleury made 24 saves in recording a shutout to lead the Golden Knights past the Kings.Ryan Reaves first goal of the preseason at 6:55 of the second period was the game-winner. Brayden McNabb added an empty-netter with 3 seconds remaining.Jack Campbell made 28 saves for Los Angeles.

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