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WASHINGTON (AP) For Washington star Alex Ovechkin Youth Darnell Nurse Jersey, 50 goals is an annual target.For Jay Beagle, it’s a career benchmark worth celebrating.The fourth-line center put Washington ahead to stay with his landmark goal Friday night, and the Capitals continued their dominance against the Columbus Blue Jackets with a 4-2 victory.”I’ve never been a stats guy, but the guys made a big deal about it,” Beagle said. ”They were chirping me about it. I can’t repeat it.”Evgeny Kuznetsov and Lars Eller each had a goal and an assist as Washington swept a home-and-home with Columbus and won its sixth straight against the Blue Jackets dating to last season. John Carlson also scored and Braden Holtby made 35 saves.The Metropolitan Division leaders won for the fourth time in six games despite being outshot 37-17 by the visitors.”They pushed really hard at the end of the second, came after us, and we almost had to hold on,” Beagle said.Pierre Luc-Dubois and Artemi Panarin scored for the Blue Jackets, who have lost five straight. Columbus’ struggles on the penalty kill continued with Eller’s power-play goal, marking a seventh straight game allowing at least one.”There’s no sense in getting frustrated,” Blue Jackets coach John Torotorella said. ”We’ve just got to work through it and just get ready for our next game.”Columbus quickly answered each of Washington’s first two goals, but the Capitals grabbed control over a 90-second stretch of the second period.Beagle got it started with the sixth goal of his 10th NHL season. He shoveled in the rebound of Chandler Stephenson’s shot off Sergei Bobrovsky’s pads to put Washington up 3-2 with 15:22 left in the period.Then Eller snuck a slap shot inside Bobrovsky’s near post as Washington caught Columbus taking a chance on a short-handed break.”Every time the other team has three guys up the ice on the penalty kill, if they miss, then you know you’re going to have an odd-man rush the other way,” Eller said. ”So I was just being patient.”Washington went without a shot for the rest of the period, but escaped with its 4-2 lead intact, thanks partly to defenseman Matt Niskanen’s goal-line block on a penalty kill in the final minute before intermission.”I didn’t even know he got it or anything Kailer Yamamoto Jersey ,” Holtby said. ”I was scrambling.”NOTES: Columbus D Zach Werenski staggered off the ice late in the second after he appeared to get kicked accidentally in the thigh or groin by Washington’s T.J. Oshie. Werenski returned in the third. … Capitals LW Andre Burakovsky was a healthy scratch. He has a cumulative plus-minus rating of minus-4 over the last five games. … The United Arab Emirates women’s national hockey team was honored on the ice prior to the opening faceoff. … Washington acquired RW Adam Chapie and LW Joe Whitney from the New York Rangers in exchange for C John Albert and D Hubert Labrie. Chapie and Whitney will report to Hershey of the AHL.UP NEXTBlue Jackets: Host New Jersey on Saturday.Capitals: Host Detroit on Sunday. TORONTO (AP) Mitch Marner had a goal and an assist to extend his point streak to 10 games and the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Florida Panthers 4-3 on Wednesday night to set a franchise record with their 46th win.Toronto also set a high-water mark with its 27th home win and can clinch a playoff spot if the Philadelphia Flyers lose in regulation to the Colorado Avalanche later Wednesday.James van Riemsdyk added his 35th goal – and the 200th career – for Toronto, while Auston Matthews and Patrick Marleau added their 30th and 25th goals, respectively.Frederik Andersen made 30 saves and set a career high with his 36th victory.Jonathan Huberdeau scored twice, and Evgenii Dadonov also scored for Florida, which got 31 stops from Roberto Luongo, including a couple of big ones early.CAPITALS 3, RANGERS 2, OTWASHINGTON (AP) – Evgeny Kuznetsov scored 38 seconds into overtime to help Washington move closer to its fourth consecutive playoff appearance.Kuznetsov’s goal came after Washington’s Lars Eller tied it with 1:05 left in the third period with goaltender Braden Holtby pulled for an extra attacker. Holtby stopped 35 of the 37 shots he faced to look more like the Vezina Trophy winner than he had shown in recent months.Andre Burakovsky also scored for Washington, which has won five in a row and leads the Metropolitan Division. Henrik Lundqvist made 30 saves for the Rangers in his first career game with no playoff implications.Kevin Hayes and Ryan Spooner scored New York’s goals as it outshot Washington 37-33 in its first contest since being eliminated from the playoff hunt.FLYERS 2, AVALANCHE 1DENVER (AP) – Ivan Provorov had a goal and an assist, Petr Mrazek stopped all 17 shots he faced in relief of starter Michal Neuvirth and Philadelphia held off Colorado.Claude Giroux also scored as the Flyers climbed into third place in the Metropolitan Division. They’re tied in points (92) with second-place Pittsburgh, with the Penguins currently holding the tiebreaker.Philadelphia looked crisp early – scoring both goals in the first period – despite losing in overtime at Dallas a night earlier. Neuvirth turned back 10 shots in his first game since suffering a lower-body injury on Feb. 18, but he exited the game midway through the second period for an undisclosed reason.Matt Nieto scored for an Avalanche team that’s on the outside of the playoff picture with five games remaining. Andrew Hammond had 31 saves during an emergency start for Semyon Varlamov, who was sidelined by an illness.COYOTES 3, GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2LAS VEGAS (AP) – Kevin Connauton scored twice to lead Arizona over Vegas.It marked Arizona’s first victory over the expansion Golden Knights in the teams’ fifth and final game this season.Richard Panik also scored for the Coyotes, and Antti Raanta improved to 18-16-6 by making 27 saves.Erik Haula and Alex Tuch scored for the playoff-bound Golden Knights. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 29 shots.—