Sport Garland, Raanta lead Coyotes to 3-0 win over Kings

10:30  19 november  2019
10:30  19 november  2019 Source:   ap.org

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Antti Raanta pitches a 31-save shutout as the Coyotes improve to 4-1-1 against Pacific opponents in Monday's 3 - 0 win . Garland 's goal, his team- leading 10th of the season, gave the Coyotes a 1-0 lead with 16:48 remaining in the first. With just over five minutes left to play in the opening frame, the

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Antti Raanta made 31 saves, and the Arizona Coyotes ended the Los Angeles Kings ' three-game winning streak with a 3 - 0 Garland scored his Coyotes - leading 10th goal at 3:12 of the first. The Coyotes were 2-for-4 with the man-advantage after going 1-for-26 over the previous eight games.

One game after teammate Darcy Kuemper posted a shutout, Raanta earned one of his own with 31 saves as the Coyotes beat the Los Angeles Kings 3-0 on Monday night.

"It was nice to get back out there," Raanta said. "I've been playing a lot on the road, so it's always fun to play at home in front of your fans and feel the energy there."


Raanta and Kuemper became the first Coyotes goaltending tandem with back-to-back shutouts. Kuemper held the Calgary Flames scoreless Saturday night.

It's the sixth time in Coyotes/Winnipeg Jets history that the team has had consecutive shutouts.

"Those guys are leaders in there," Arizona coach Rick Tocchet said, explaining that both Kuemper and Raanta came in on a players' day off Sunday to face shots. "We've got a 1-2 punch here that's pretty special."

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The Rangers, leading the Eastern Conference top wild-card race and two points Raanta got his third shutout of the season. Vasilevskiy stopped 33 shots and Tampa Bay, 8-2- 3 over the past 13 games, moved within two points of New York Islanders for the final wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference.

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Conor Garland had a goal and an assist, Derek Stepan also scored and Christian Dvorak and Nick Schmaltz had two assists apiece as the Coyotes won for the fourth time in five games. Schmaltz raised his point total to a team-high 18.

Raanta denied a breakaway attempt by Austin Wagner with 10:32 to play. Jack Campbell made 24 saves for Los Angeles, which had its three-game winning streak snapped.

"There's been games where I haven't made those timely saves, so obviously it felt good to make that," Raanta said.

Garland’s team-leading 10th goal came when Schmaltz centered a spinning puck to Dvorak, who got a stick on it as he fell and put a shot on goal. Garland was waiting to deflect the puck past Campbell at 3:12 of the first period.

Arizona took a 2-0 lead on its first power play, using precision passing to score at 14:48 of the first. Four players touched the puck on Stepan’s second goal in two games, with Dvorak centering to Stepan for a close-range wrist shot.

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Antti Raanta made 26 saves and Josh Archibald assisted on both Coyotes goals in a 2- 0 home win against the Ducks.

The Wild held the charging Coyotes off behind Devan Dubnyk, who stopped 18 shots for his 100th career victory. The 3 - 0 start is Minnesota's best The Wild opened the season with two wins and had plenty of time to rest up for the surprising Coyotes , last playing in a 3-2 home win over St. Louis on

The Coyotes had been 1 for 26 on the power play until Stepan scored.

"It was huge to get that going," Dvorak said. "We were moving the puck well and winning our battles."

The Kings got a pair of power plays in the first 8:30 of the second, but couldn’t convert and went 0 for 4 on the night.

The Coyotes cashed in on another power play with Chychrun’s goal off a no-look pass from Garland at 10:47 of the period.

"They get two, we don't get anything," Kings coach Todd McLellan said. "Momentum swings a lot. We tried to prepare our group for their quickness and their tenacity. We just didn't quite get there. We weren't ready to experience it.”

NOTES: The Kings and Coyotes have a spirited rivalry in the Pacific Division, and to that end, a video explaining a banner inside Staples Center that honors singer Taylor Swift for the most sold-out performances at the venue was played inside Gila River Arena. Some believe the banner has been bad luck for the Kings, who have gone so far as to cover it up for home games — so Coyotes mascot Howler unveiled a Taylor Swift banner above the tunnel to the Kings’ dressing room during the first period to cheers from Arizona fans. ... Vinnie Hinostroza played in his 200th career game. ... The Coyotes’ next game is against Toronto, their only opponent outside the division between Nov. 16 and Dec. 3.

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Arizona Coyotes goaltender Antti Raanta (32) skates to the bench during a break in the second period against the Los Angeles Kings during preseason NHL action at Gila River Arena Keller and Ekman-Larsson were both given assists on Galchenyuk’s goal as the Coyotes held 3 - 0 edge after the first.

Raanta worked against the grain of the Coyotes ' second-to-last-place standing by turning in a The fact that Raanta managed such a lofty save rate on top of a winning record despite his team's Over the past three, Raanta hasn't posted a save mark lower than .919, and Cam Talbot’s success upon


Kings: Host the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday night, the first of four straight home games.

Coyotes: Host the Maple Leafs on Thursday night in the first of two meetings between the teams this season.


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