CHICAGO — Marcus Johansson scored at 2:20 of overtime, Braden Holtby made 32 saves and the Washington Capitals snapped Chicago’s seven-game winning streak with a 3-2 victory over the Blackhawks on Friday night.

Jay Beagle scored two goals, giving him three on the season, and the Capitals opened a three-game trip by winning for the sixth time in seven games.

Washington defenseman Dmitry Orlov made a nice pass to Johansson for a one-timer that beat Corey Crawford on the glove side. It was Johansson’s seventh goal of the season.

Marian Hossa had a goal and an assist for Chicago, which extended its point streak to 10 games. Defenseman Brian Campbell also scored.

SENATORS 2, KINGS 1: Mark Stone scored with 7 seconds left in regulation to lift Ottawa over visiting Los Angeles.

Stone tracked down a loose puck in the crease and put the Senators ahead less than four minutes after teammate Zack Smith tied it.

Craig Anderson finished with 32 saves for Ottawa.

Dwight King scored early in the second period for the Kings.

Jeff Zatkoff stopped all 18 Ottawa shots through two periods, but was replaced to start the third by Peter Budaj.

MAPLE LEAFS 6, FLYERS 3: Morgan Rielly had a goal and three assists, and Zach Hyman got the go-ahead goal in Toronto’s four-goal third period to lead the Maple Leafs to a home win in the Hall of Fame game.

Martin Marincin, Leo Komarov, Nazem Kadri and Mitch Marner also scored, and Frederik Anderson stopped 30 shots.

Wayne Simmonds scored twice and Travis Konecny also had a goal for the Flyers.

DEVILS 2, SABRES 1: Andy Greene scored on a penalty shot 29 seconds into overtime, giving New Jersey a victory at Buffalo.

Greene earned the penalty shot when he was held from behind by Buffalo’s Evander Kane on a breakaway up the left side.

Yohann Auvitu scored his first NHL goal to help the Devils win their third straight.

Matt Moulson scored for Buffalo and Anders Nilsson made a season-high 41 saves.


HURRICANES: Forward Bryan Bickell has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, General Manager Ron Francis announced.

Francis said the 30-year-old Bickell will take some time to rest from the disease that attacks the nervous system. Bickell said he hopes to keep playing.

Carolina placed All-Star defenseman Justin Faulk on the injured list with an upper body injury sustained Sunday.