The Buzzer: Landeskog leads Avs; Fleury ties Belfour, Roy

THREE STARS

1. Gabriel Landeskog, Colorado Avalanche

Landeskog became the eighth player in Avalanche/Nordiques history to reach 500 points with the franchise after a goal and two-assist night against the Ducks. Colorado won 4-1, led by the captain and 24 saves from Jonas Johansson, who now has consecutive wins against Anaheim and three victories in his last four starts.

2. T.J. Oshie, Washington Capitals

Oshie reached 600 career points with a three-point night during an 8-1 rout of the Bruins. He now has points in his last three games and six points total over that stretch. Every Capitals forward recorded a point, with six of them picking two. Despite the goal barrage, Alex Ovechkin did not have any of them, even with a game-high 10 shots on net.

3. Marc-Andre Fleury, Vegas Golden Knights

Tomas Nosek provided the goal and Fleury stopped all 14 shots he faced in a 1-0 win over the Coyotes. The shutout was Fleury’s fifth of the season and the 66th of his career. He’s now tied with Patrick Roy for 15th on the NHL’s all-time shutout list and tied with Ed Belfour for fourth in league history with 484 wins.

SUNDAY’S TRADES

Toronto Maple Leafs: Nick Foligno, Stefan Noesen
Columbus Blue Jackets: 2021 first-round pick, 2022 fourth-round pick (Columbus retains 50% of Foligno’s salary)
San Jose Sharks: 2021 fourth-round pick (San Jose retains 25% of Foligno’s salary)
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Detroit Red Wings: Hayden Verbeek, 2021 fifth-round pick
Montreal Canadiens:
Jon Merrill
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New Jersey Devils: Jonas Siegenthaler
Washington Capitals:
2021 conditional third-round pick (Originally owned by Arizona, which is conditional between Coyotes and Devils. If pick is not moved to New Jersey, it becomes New Jersey’s 2021 third-round pick rather than Arizona’s.)

Toronto Maple Leafs: David Rittich
Calgary Flames:
2022 third-round pick (Calgary retains 50% of Rittich’s contract

Boston Bruins: Mike Reilly
Ottawa Senators:
2022 third-round pick

[2020-21 NHL Trade Tracker]

BREAK UP THE SABRES!

Firing Ralph Krueger seems to have been the right idea. Since bringing on Don Granato as interim coach, Buffalo has earned 10 points in 13 games. They had a total of 15 in 28 games under Krueger. After a six-game losing streak to start his tenure behind the bench, the Sabres are 4-2-1 in their last seven games under Granato.

Saves like this from Linus Ullmark sure do help:

SUSPENSION OR NO SUSPENSION?

Will Ryan Reaves be hearing from the NHL Department of Player Safety for this hit on Jordan Gross of the Coyotes?

According to Coyotes insider Craig Morgan, Gross has a knee injury and a concussion.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NIGHT

Zdeno Chara received his second tribute video in Boston, but this one happened with fans inside TD Garden:

• What an end-to-end rush for Jamie Oleksiak:

• Good time for Ryan Pulock to score his first goal of the season:

STATS OF THE NIGHT

• Washington was outshot 35-31 in their 8-1 win over the Bruins.

• After scoring twice in 11 seconds vs. Boston on Feb. 1, the Capitals did it again on Sunday, but this time netting a pair in 16 seconds.

SCORES
Sabres 5, Flyers 3
Golden Knights 1, Coyotes 0
Avalanche 4, Ducks 1
Islanders 3, Rangers 2 (OT)
Penguins 5, Devils 2
Capitals 8, Bruins 1
Predators 3, Stars 2 (SO)

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Sean Leahy is a writer for Pro Hockey Talk on NBC Sports. Drop him a line at phtblog@nbcsports.com or follow him on Twitter @Sean_Leahy.