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NHL Morning Skate – Nov. 1, 2021

* Seth Jarvis, who made his NHL debut Sunday, factored on a timely go-ahead goal to help the Hurricanes remain perfect this season. * Ryan Getzlaf (279-710—989 in 1,111 GP) surpassed Ducks legend Teemu Selanne for the all-time franchise scoring record.

* Hockey Fights Cancer month opens with League scoring leaders Alex Ovechkin (9-6—15 in 8 GP) and Connor McDavid (7-9—16 in 7 GP) putting their lengthy point streaks on the line.

HURRICANES, ANDERSEN EXTEND SEASON-OPENING WINNING STREAKS
Seth Jarvis assisted on the go-ahead goal with 2:27 remaining in regulation and Frederik Andersen made 22 saves as the Hurricanes rallied past the Coyotes to improve to 8-0-0 (16 points) on the season. Carolina became the eighth team in NHL history with a season-opening win streak of eight or more games.

* Andersen improved to 7-0-0 since joining the Hurricanes (1.29 GAA, .956 SV%, 1 SO). He became the seventh goaltender with wins in each of his first seven regular-season decisions from the start of a tenure with an NHL franchise.

GETZLAF SECURES FRANCHISE SCORING LEAD

Ryan Getzlaf (279-710—989 in 1,111 GP) became Anaheim’s all-time scoring leader Sunday after his no-look pass that set-up the game-winning goal. The Ducks captain surpassed former teammate and fellow Anaheim legend, Teemu Selanne (457-531—988 in 966 GP), for the franchise record. Getzlaf now sits 11 points shy of becoming the seventh active player to record 1,000 career points.

BJORKSTRAND, SHATTENKIRK RECORD 10TH POINT ON #NHLSTATS: LIVE UPDATES
Oliver Bjorkstrand (1-0—1) and Kevin Shattenkirk (0-2—2) were inside the Halloween bag of #NHLStats from the latest edition of Live Updates on Sunday, as they each helped their clubs earn wins while recording their 10th point of the season. Click here to read more.

HOCKEY FIGHTS CANCER MONTH OPENS WITH THREE-GAME SLATE
A total of six teams are in action to open November, which marks the start of Hockey Fights Cancer month across the NHL.

* Each of the League’s 32 teams will celebrate their own Hockey Fights Cancer Night, beginning Tuesday when the Wild welcome the Senators to Xcel Energy Center.

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