Jonathan Quick stopped all 31 shots he faced and the L.A. Kings rebounded from a pair of lopsided losses to blank the Edmonton Oilers 4-0 in Game 4 of their first-round playoff series. That series is now tied 2-2.
Steven Stamkos, Pierre Edouard Bellemare and Pat Maroon scored in the first eight minutes of the Lightning's 7-3 win against the Maple Leafs tying up their series at 2-2. Game 5 goes tomorrow back in Toronto.
In other Stanley Cup playoff action, the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues were able to knot their respective Stanley Cup first-round series' at two games apiece. Brad Marchand was the catalyst as the Bruins knocked off the Hurricanes 5-2. Meanwhile, the Blues also earned a 5-2 win as Jordan Kyrou and David Perron each scored twice.
The Flames will be looking to even up their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series with Stars tonight as they play Game 4 in Dallas. Elsewhere in the N-H-L's post-season tonight, the Capitals will be looking to take a 3-1 stranglehold on the Presidents' Trophy winners Florida Panthers in Washington, the Penguins are hosting the New York Rangers trailing 2-1 in their series and the Colorado Avalanche will be going for the four-game sweep of the Predators in Nashville.
The Toronto Blue Jays dropped their fifth game in their last seven, falling to the Guardians 4-3. Toronto took a 3-2 lead into the eighth, but Owen Miller's one-out homer off Tim Mayza in the bottom of the eighth tied it and Oscar Mercado's R-B-I single won it for Cleveland. The Jays have a day off, but will be back at it tomorrow in New York for the start of a short two-game swing against the Yankees.