Giroux, who also had an assist, signed a three-year, $19.5 million contract ($6.5 million average annual value) with Ottawa on July 13.
Alex DeBrincat and Shane Pinto also each had a goal and an assist, and Mathieu Joseph had two assists for the Senators. Anton Forsberg made 21 saves.
Nick Suzuki had two assists in his preseason debut, and Sam Montembeault made 18 saves for the Canadiens, who have lost their first six preseason games (0-5-1).
DeBrincat gave Ottawa a 1-0 lead at 3:13 of the first period on the power play, a one-timer from Giroux for his third preseason goal.
Giroux extended it to 2-0 at 5:52 of the second period, tapping in a pass from DeBrincat.
Joel Armia cut it to 2-1 at 8:20, and David Savard scored 44 seconds later at 9:04 to tie it 2-2.
Tyler Motte scored his third goal of this preseason to give the Senators a 3-2 lead at 11:10, and Pinto restored the two-goal lead for the Senators with his fourth preseason goal at 18:53.
Cole Caufield cut it to 4-3 on the power play at 14:57 of the third period, but Brady Tkachuk scored his first goal of the preseason 1:11 later at 16:08 to give Ottawa a 5-3 lead.
Arber Xhekaj had his wrist shot go off Joseph’s hand at 16:36 for the 5-4 final.
Blues 4, Wild 2: Pavel Buchnevich had a goal and an assist for the St. Louis Blues in a 4-2 win against the Minnesota Wild at Enterprise Center in St. Louis.
Jordan Binnington stopped all 11 shots he faced in the first two periods for the Blues. Joel Hofer made 15 saves in relief.
Tyson Jost and Mason Shaw each had a goal and an assist for the Wild. Filip Gustavsson made 23 saves.
Buchnevich scored on a one-timer from the right circle 1:05 into the first period to give St. Louis a 1-0 lead.
Jake Neighbours’ power-play goal from the left circle made it 2-0 at 11:42.
Nathan Walker scored from the slot to make it 3-0 at 10:18 of the second period.
Shaw cut it to 3-1 on a rebound at 6:58 of the third period, but Klim Kostin scored at 13:57 for the Blues for a 4-1 lead.
Jost scored at 19:19 for the 4-2 final.
Islanders 4, Flyers 3 (OT): Noah Dobson scored with eight seconds left in overtime to give the New York Islanders a 4-3 win against the Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
Josh Bailey had a goal and two assists, and Adam Pelech had two assists for the Islanders, who agreed to an eight-year contract with center Mathew Barzal earlier Tuesday. Ilya Sorokin made 30 saves.
Scott Laughton had a goal and an assist, and Samuel Ersson saved all 15 shots he faced in 29:17 for the Flyers in their final preseason game (1-4-1). Troy Grosenick made 14 saves in relief.
Laughton scored on a short-handed breakaway at 2:09 of the second period to give Philadelphia a 1-0 lead.
Bailey tied it 1-1 with a power-play goal at 16:13, and Casey Cizikas scored short-handed at 18:22 to make it 2-1.
Owen Tippett scored at 5:05 of the third period to tie it 2-2, and Tanner Laczynski put the Flyers in front 3-2 at 8:53.
Anders Lee tied it 3-3 for the Islanders at 12:19.
Sabres 4, Hurricanes 2: Tage Thompson and Dylan Cozens each had a goal and an assist for the Buffalo Sabres in a 4-2 win against the Carolina Hurricanes at KeyBank Center in Buffalo.
Vinnie Hinostroza and JJ Peterka scored, and Craig Anderson made 23 saves for Buffalo.
Jamieson Rees and Malte Stromwall scored, and Pyotr Kochetkov made 26 saves for Carolina in its preseason finale (4-1-0).
The Sabres led 3-0 after the first period.
Hinostroza made it 1-0 at 6:59 on Buffalo’s 10th straight shot to start the game.
Thompson skated around Hurricanes defenseman Ethan Bear and scored over Kochetkov’s shoulder to make it 2-0 at 10:52.
Cozens pushed the lead to 3-0 at 18:16 when he intercepted a drop pass in his own zone and scored on a short-handed breakaway.
Rees cut it to 3-1 at 1:45 of the third period, and Stromwall scored 19 seconds later at 2:04 to pull Carolina within 3-2 before Peterka scored into an empty net at 18:40 for the 4-2 final.
Sabres forward Kyle Okposo sustained an upper-body injury in the second period and is not expected to skate for a few days, according to coach Don Granato.
Hurricanes defenseman Dylan Coghlan left the game in the first period with a lower-body injury.
Sharks 3, Eisbaren Berlin 1: Steven Lorentz scored the go-ahead goal for the San Jose Sharks in a 3-1 win against Eisbaren Berlin in the NHL Global Series Challenge at Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin.
Tomas Hert scored for the Sharks, and James Reimer made nine saves in 31:25. He was replaced by Kaapo Kahkonen, who made nine saves.
Giovanni Fiore scored, and Tobias Ancicka stopped all 21 shots he faced for Eisbaren in 30:01 before he was replaced by Juho Markkanen, who allowed three goals on 15 shots.
Fiore gave Eisbaren a 1-0 lead at 12:10 of the second period with a shot from just outside the left circle.
Hertl tied the game 1-1 at 17:06 of the second period off a give-and-go with Timo Meier, scoring in front of the net. Lorentz gave the Sharks a 2-1 lead scoring 40 seconds later at 17:46, tipping in a shot from Erik Karlsson.
Luke Kunin increased the lead to 3-1 with a short-handed goal at 11:56 of the third period.
The Sharks open the regular season against the Nashville Predators in Prague on Friday and Saturday as part of the 2022 NHL Global Series (2 p.m. ET; NHLN, NBCSCA, BSSO).
Ducks 5, Kings 4: Derek Grant had a goal and three assists for the Anaheim Ducks in a 5-4 win against the Los Angeles Kings at Honda Center in Anaheim.
Max Jones scored twice, Pavol Regenda had a goal and two assists, and John Klingberg had two assists for the Ducks. Anthony Stolarz made 32 saves
Gabriel Vilardi scored two goals, and Cal Petersen made 27 saves for the Kings.
Vilardi gave Los Angeles a 1-0 lead at 11:06 of the first period on the power play, knocking in a rebound.
Grant tied it 1-1 at 13:56 when his shot deflected off the stick of Kings defenseman Jordan Spence.
Vilardi scored his second goal at 2:16 of the second period to give Los Angeles a 2-1 lead, and Arthur Kaliyev scored 33 seconds later with a quick shot from the right circle at 2:49 to extend it to 3-1.
Jones cut it to 3-2 at 4:09 after his slap shot went in off Kings forward Carl Grundstrom. Tobias Bjornfot restored the two-goal lead for Los Angeles at 7:47 from the left circle.
Jones scored his second goal off a no-look, between-the-legs backhand pass from Grant to cut it to 4-3 at 14:44.
Regenda tied it 4-4 at 16:48 with his third goal of the preseason. Frank Vatrano scored 51 seconds into the third period on the power play for the 5-4 final.
Golden Knights 4, Coyotes 3: Adin Hill made 50 saves for the Vegas Golden Knights in a 4-3 win against the Arizona Coyotes at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Arizona outshot Vegas 53-28, including 28-5 in the second period when Hill made 26 saves.
William Karlsson gave the Golden Knights a 4-3 lead from the right circle at 18:02 of the third period.
Zachary Hayes scored two goals, and Michael Amadio had three assists for Vegas.
Barrett Hayton had a goal and two assists, and Jonas Johansson made 24 saves for Arizona.
Hayes gave the Golden Knights a 1-0 lead at 8:53 of the first period and made it 2-0 at 13:57, each on an assist from Amadio.
Matias Maccelli cut it to 2-1 at 4:19 of the second period on a rebound at the right post before Hayton tied it 2-2 at 6:01 when the puck deflected off his skate on the rebound of a shot by Dylan Guenther.
Pavel Dorofeyev gave the Golden Knights a 3-2 lead, scoring from the slot off a pass by Sakari Manninen at 12:06 of the third. Alex Chiasson tied it 3-3 on the power-play at 17:44 with the Coyotes playing 6-on-4 after pulling Johansson.
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Croatia charged for World Cup fans' taunts of Canada goalie – CP24
The Associated Press
Published Tuesday, November 29, 2022 6:43AM EST
Last Updated Tuesday, November 29, 2022 6:43AM EST
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — FIFA opened a disciplinary case against Croatia on Tuesday because of its fans’ taunts aimed at the Canada goalkeeper who has Serbian family ties during the teams’ World Cup game.
FIFA said the charge against the Croatian soccer federation was “due to the behavior of its fans” and cited rules relating to discrimination and security at games.
Canada goalkeeper Milan Borjan was born in an ethnic Serb region of Croatia that was part of the conflict that split the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
Borjan’s family left their hometown in 1995 when it was taken by Croatian forces amid stories that ethnic Serbs fled on tractors.
During Canada’s 4-1 loss on Sunday, one banner displayed by Croatia fans used a flag of tractor manufacturer John Deere and changed the marketing slogan to target Borjan.
Borjan moved as a child with his family to Canada and chose to represent that country at soccer, though he plays for storied Serbian club Red Star Belgrade.
FIFA gave no timetable for a verdict in the case which would typically be judged with a fine for the federation.
In the first disciplinary verdict of the World Cup on Tuesday, FIFA imposed a 10,000 Swiss francs ($10,500) fine on the German soccer federation for not bringing players to the news conference that is mandatory one day before a game.
Coach Hansi Flick appeared alone Saturday in breach of tournament rules to meet international media in Doha ahead of the team playing Spain.
Mitch Marner 17-game point streak Toronto Maple Leafs top Detroit Red Wings – TSN
DETROIT (AP) — Auston Matthews and William Nylander scored 51 seconds apart in the first period, Mitch Marner extended his point streak to 17 games and the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-2 Monday night.
“It’s a cool thing, but nothing is ever achievable in this game by yourself,” said Marner, who scored in the opening minute of the second.
Marner’s 17-game point streak is one shy of the single-season Maple Leafs record set by Darryl Sittler during the 1977-78 season and matched 12 years later by Ed Olczyk.
Rasmus Sandin also scored and Matt Murray made 42 saves for the Maple Leafs, who have won a season-high four straight — all on the road — and earned a point in nine consecutive games.
“It was our best game of the trip,” coach Kyle Dubas said. “Our goaltender was outstanding as it has been all trip. The way he’s playing, if he sees it, he’s stopping it.”
Moritz Seider had an early goal for Detroit, finishing a four-shot flurry, but the lead didn’t last long. Matthews’ wrist shot beat Ville Husso glove side a few minutes later and Nylander scored on a power play to put the Maple Leafs ahead 2-1 midway through the first period.
Sandin put Toronto up 4-1 midway through the period, chasing Husso.
Detroit’s breakout goalie was pulled from a game for the first time this season after giving up four goals on 13 shots. He entered with an NHL-high three shutouts, matching his previous career total.
“I’m sure Huss would probably want three of the four back,” Detroit coach Derek Lalonde said. “But it is tough to not see much action at all in your end, and then you’ve got Matthews and Marner in the inner slot. We didn’t give up many chances, but the ones we did give up were too good.”
Alex Nedeljkovic entered in relief and stopped all 12 shots he faced for the Red Wings, who had won a season-best four consecutive games.
Midway through the third, Seider’s shot was redirected by teammate Adam Erne in front to pull the Red Wings within two.
“We had a lot of chances and we just didn’t get the puck in the net,” Red Wings captain Dylan Larkin said. “Give them credit, especially Murray, but we had looks in the slot and looks all around it. We just didn’t capitalize and they did.”
Detroit pulled Nedeljkovic late for an extra skater, but couldn’t score against a team missing banged-up players on the blue line such as Morgan Rielly and T.J. Brodie.
“We talked about tightening up our defense, and we’ve done a good job of it,” Marner said.
A lot of fans crossed the border to attend the game at Little Caesars Arena. When Detroit fans chanted, “Let’s Go Red Wings,” Toronto fans responded, “Go Leafs, Go!”
Toronto extended its point streak against Detroit to 14 games. … The Maple Leafs closed the month 6-0 on the road. … The Red Wings had a season-high 44 shots, and lost for the first time in regulation this season after outshooting an opponent. … Seider had a goal and an assist, giving him six points in five games.
Maple Leafs: Host the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday night.
Red Wings: Play the Buffalo Sabres at home Wednesday night.
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