NHL-Highlights of Sunday's NHL games

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Dec 20 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of Sunday's National Hockey League games. - - Capitals 7, Rangers 3 Washington routed the New York Rangers 7-3 at Madison Square Garden with Justin Williams (two), Evgeny Kuznetsov, TJ Oshie, Alex Ovechkin, Jason Chimera and Marcus Johansson scoring for the 24-6-2 Capitals. Goaltender Braden Holtby made 33 saves. - - Panthers 5, Canucks 4 (shootout) Aleksander Barkov got the winning goal in a shootout as the Florida Panthers outscored the Vancouver Canucks 5-4 at the BB&T Center. Brandon Pirri also scored for Florida in the shootout. Jared McCann scored for Vancouver, but when Sven Baertschi missed, the game was over. - - Blackhawks 4, Sharks 3 (overtime) Jonathan Toews scored in overtime to lift the Chicago Blackhawks to a 4-3 win over the San Jose Sharks. Patrick Kane scored a goal and assisted on Toews' game-winner with 2:39 remaining in overtime. Artem Anisimov and Andrew Shaw also scored as Chicago (20-11-4) won their third consecutive game. - - Red Wings 4, Flames 2 The Detroit Red Wings scored three consecutive goals in the second period and defeated the Calgary Flames 4-2 at Joe Louis Arena. Dylan Larkin, Brad Richards, Gustav Nyquist and Justin Abdelkader scored for Detroit, who broke a three-game losing streak with the win. Goaltender Petr Mrazek made 26 saves. - - Lightning 5, Senators 2 Mike Angelidis picked the perfect time to score the first goal of his NHL career, and a late penalty kill from Tampa Bay stood up in a 5-2 win over Ottawa. Steven Stamkos scored twice, and Alex Killorn and Nikita Nesterov netted one each for the Lightning. Zack Smith and Erik Karlsson scored for the Senators. - - Bruins 2, Devils 1 (shootout) Ryan Spooner scored the decisive shootout goal to give Boston a 2-1 victory over New Jersey at TD Garden. Jonas Gustavsson made 29 saves in net and Loui Eriksson scored in regulation for the Bruins. Cory Schneider stopped 38 shots and Andy Greene scored for New Jersey. (Editing by Peter Rutherford)