Senators’ Zibanejad completes natural hat trick in 2 minutes, 38 seconds

Two minutes, 38 seconds.

Mika Zibanejad's first career hat trick Saturday in Calgary stands as the fastest in the history of the Ottawa Senators.

His feat, which also lifted the Senators to a comeback win over the Flames, obliterates the previous mark held by Marian Hossa, who turned the trick in just a little over seven minutes back in 2003.

The natural hat trick also saw him become the first Senators players to score three straight since Jason Spezza in October of 2013.

The fastest trifecta in league history, by the way, belongs to Bill Mosienko, who scored three goals in 21 seconds in 1952.

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VIDEO: Gaudreau matches rookie output with wicked wrister

Johnny Gaudreau doesn't appear torn to pieces by Jiri Hudler's departure.

Gaudreau scored his 24th of the season with a delicious transition snipe over the shoulder of Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson - a goal that matches his rookie scoring output from a season ago, in 20 fewer games.

Hudler, his long-time opposite winger, was sent to the Florida Panthers for a pair of draft picks earlier Saturday.

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Kings’ Twitter takes aim at city of Buffalo

One of the pioneering accounts in terms of off-the-wall team social media was back at it Saturday night.

The Los Angeles Kings made use of a rare 8 p.m. PT start to take a pot shot at the visiting Sabres, and the city of Buffalo:

The replies are, well, interesting.

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VIDEO: Young Avalanche fan tells Jeremy Roenick to ‘hit the gym’

Boom. Roasted.

During a break in Saturday's Stadium Series game between Colorado and Detroit, former NHL center and NBC Sports personality Jeremy Roenick challenged a young Avalanche fan to a hardest shot competition.

After besting the youngster by two miles per hour, Roenick acknowledged the size difference between the competitors, and was promptly told to shape up.

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