National Hockey League

Daily Dose: Beltway Braden

He was forced to leave for two stitches to close a laceration near his left eye caused by an inadvertent stick to the face courtesy of Evgeni Malkin .

He was forced into the league's mandated concussion protocol, but he was fine and biding his time in the locker room until he could come back with revenge on his mind.

Oshie returned in the nick of time, potting the game-winning goal with just 74 seconds remaining in regulation to sink the Penguins and get his revenge.

Dmitrij Jaskin made his presence felt with the physical stuff, too, blocking a shot and delivering a team-high four hits in his 13:52 of ice time.

Not many goaltenders have been able to shut down the cash line of Gabriel Landeskog, Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen, but there were no match for Rinne.

Ian Cole might have been the most useful Colorado player, at least from a DFS perspective, as he stepped in front of five shots while delivering three hits in his 20:12 of ice time.

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