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NHL ties record; 8 games end in OT or shootout

NHL ties record; 8 games end in OT or shootout Updated 22 hours ago
There were eight NHL games Friday that ended in overtime or a shootout, tying a record set Feb. 22, 2007. Here are the games and how they ended: Flyers 3, Predators 2, OT: Shayne Gostisbehere scored a power-play goal with 52.0 seconds remain...
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