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NEW YORK (AP) The Islanders are stumbling hard at the wrong time of the season for a team with eyes on a postseason berth.Alex Galchenyuk completed his hat trick shortly after Paul Byron and Noah Juulsen scored 1:43 apart in the third period http://www.officialducks.com/authentic-adidas-cam-fowler-jersey , lifting the Montreal Canadiens over New York 6-3 on Friday night.New York dropped to 29-29-7 with its fifth straight loss. Tanner Fritz, Josh Bailey and Brock Nelson scored, and Jaroslav Halak made 19 saves.”Our record is ugly the past couple weeks,” Thomas Hickey said. ”You just have to win. It’s that time of year. We’ve been given all the X’s and O’s and everything. We have to win. We have to find a way to win. Simple.”The Islanders entered the game trailing Columbus by four points for the final Eastern Conference wild card. However, New York has lost 27 of 41 (14-22-5) since Dec. 1.Galchenyuk scored his third goal into an empty net with 49 seconds left and also had an assist. Brendan Gallagher also scored for Montreal, which improved to 24-29-10 with its second straight win.”We’re happy to find a way to win,” Galchenyuk said. ”We’ve been playing better the last couple of weeks.”Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty left the game in the third period with a lower-body injury. Montreal coach Claude Julien said Pacioretty would travel with the team during the rest of its six-game trip and would be ”re-evaluated as we go along. We were just being cautious in the third period.”Montreal’s Charlie Lindgren stopped 32 shots.Montreal added to New York’s woes when Byron and Juulsen scored to give Montreal a home-and-home series sweep – the Canadiens beat New York 3-1 on Wednesday in Montreal.Byron made it 4-3 with his 16th of the season at 8:10. Juulsen, a rookie, then scored his first NHL goal on a slap shot off of a feed from Artturi Lehkonen.Gallagher opened the scoring with his team-leading 22nd goal 1:28 in by deflecting Galchenyuk’s shot from the blue line.The lead held until Fritz scored his second of the season with six seconds remaining in the period.Galchenyuk snapped the tie with his 13th of the season 2:17 into the second with the teams playing 4 on 4. Galchenyuk found the rebound when David Schlemko’s shot ricocheted off the post.Bailey tied it 2:06 later with his 16th of the season.Montreal took its third lead of the game on Galchenyuk’s second of the period at 11:31, but Nelson’s power-play goal with 3.3 seconds left sent the teams into the intermission tied at 3.”After the middle of the second it didn’t feel like a playoff atmosphere,” Islanders coach Doug Weight said. ”We weren’t physical like we’ve been. Yeah Womens Corey Perry Jersey , there’s things we can do, but we have to play better. We’re not playing well.”NOTES: MSG Network reporter Stan Fischler announced he would retire at the end of the season. … Bailey played in his 700th NHL game, all with the Islanders. … RW Jordan Eberle missed the game with soreness from Thursday’s practice. New York also did not have C Casey Cizikas, who was awaiting the birth of his first child.UP NEXTCanadiens: At Boston on Saturday night.Islanders: At Pittsburgh on Saturday night.— WASHINGTON (AP) Alex Ovechkin knows the Washington Capitals have plenty of fans back in Russia.”Over there lots of friends, lots of people watch the games,” Ovechkin said of his countrymen. ”It’s been huge.”He is also huge in Barrie, Ontario, where projected top-five draft pick Andrei Svechnikov has been watching Ovechkin, Evgeny Kuznetsov and Dmitry Orlov serve as inspirations for young Russian players and fans on this run to the Stanley Cup Final. The native of Siberian city Barnaul got to meet his fellow Russians on Monday morning and got an up-close view of their dominance in Game 4 that night.”(Ovechkin) and Kuzy and Orlov, these guys just famous in hockey world,” Svechnikov said. ”I am very happy.”Ovechkin Kyle Brodziak Jersey Womens , Kuznetsov and Orlov are making plenty of young Russian players and fans happy. They are just one win away from winning the Stanley Cup. Svechnikov admired smooth-skating, high-scoring Hall of Fame winger Pavel Bure growing up, and now watches in amazement at what Kuznetsov does on the ice with his skill – not to mention his bird-flapping celebrations.”Great skater. Every time wants to be involved, hungry every time. Very smart player. A lot of skill,” Svechnikov said of Kuznetsov, who leads the playoffs in scoring and added four assists in a 6-2 win over Vegas. ”He just like star, you know? He can do whatever he want.”The joy of Ovechkin, Kuznetsov and Orlov is being watched closely not only in Washington but back home where they’re big fan favorites.”A lot of people watching it because three Russian players in Washington and obviously Ovi big superstar in the world and everybody follow,” Orlov said. ”A lot of fans, a lot of kids enjoy his game.”The Capitals could have the most Russians on a Cup champion in the salary-cap era. The 2004 Tampa Bay Lightning were backstopped to their first franchise title by Nikolai Khabibulin, and the Detroit Red Wings’ Russian Five in the 1990s shined a spotlight on all the talent coming out of the old Soviet system.After Evgeni Malkin was the only Russian player on the Pittsburgh Penguins’ back-to-back Cup champions the past two seasons Jakob Silfverberg Jersey , this is another showcase of this generation of talent. Playoff leading scorer Kuznetsov and leading goal-scorer Ovechkin are also the top candidates to follow Malkin as just the second Russian to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.”Ovi has been a staple since he’s come into the league. Kuzy is a little newer,” coach Barry Trotz said. ”People don’t really know him as well as Ovi. You’re seeing the talent of Kuzy. You’ve seen the greatness of Ovi over the course of his career to this point. I think Kuzy is just getting better and better.”The 26-year-old Kuznetsov is reluctant to talk about himself or any other individual player, but he knows this is special for Ovechkin, who is 32 and has been waiting 13 seasons for this with nine previous early playoff exits to his name.”Every Russian guy back home pretty happy for him because that’s huge,” Kuznetsov said. ”That’s a long time.”Ovechkin wished Svechnikov good luck later this month at the NHL draft, where he was the No. 1 pick back in 2004. A short conversation at a morning skate was enough to leave Svechnikov beaming.”Just famous guy – everybody knows him and everybody watch him,” Svechnikov said. ”It’s just an honor to have met with him.”—More Stanley Cup coverage: https://apnews.com/tag/StanleyCupFinals

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