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the Islanders’ captain and one of the best players in the game.

Eberle scored 20 or more goals the past four years, and hit that number in five of his seven NHL seasons. He netted a career-high 34 in 2011-12. However, in his first career postseason action this past spring, he was held without a goal across 13 games.

In New York, he is expected to join the top line alongside Tavares, the Islanders’ captain and one of the best players in the game.

3. Dmitrij Jaskin, Blues Not only did Jaskin score Friday’s first goal, he had a team-high four hits as the Blues turned in perhaps their most aggressive game of the postseason.

2. Connor McDavid, Oilers McJesus notched his first multi-point game of the postseason as the top pick in the 2015 NHL Draft is proving his worth in his second season. The 2017 Art Ross Trophy winner netted a goal and added an assist as Edmonton built its 3-0 lead. Edmonton’s 20-year-old captain led the NHL with 100 points on 30 goals and 70 assists in the regular season and is a huge reason the Oilers are even in the playoffs.

1. Corey Perry, Ducks Not only did Perry net the game-winner in double overtime, he had two assists in the win. After Ryan Getzlaf, who assisted on Perry’s game-winner, got Anaheim’s first goal with 3:16 remaining, Perry helped Cam Fowler score 35 seconds later and then had the assist on Richard Rakell’s game-tying goal with just 15 seconds on the clock.

Game 5: Penguins at Capitals, 7:15 p.m. ET, NBC (Penguins lead series 3-1)The Presidents’ Trophy winners will try to avoid elimination at home. Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin took the blame for Wednesday’s Game 4 loss, so it will be interesting to see how the Caps respond in front of their home crowd.

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Pittsburgh learned it would be without star defenseman Kris Letang until next season because of a herniated disc in his neck.

After winning it all last June, the team had a short summer to recover physically. Then six of its best players — Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Matt Murray, Patric Hornqvist, Carl Hagelin, and Olli Maatta — ramped things up early, and missed most of training camp, by participating in the World Cup of Hockey. The 82-game Battle Royale of a regular season in the highly competitive Metropolitan Division followed, with assorted injuries taking a toll along the way.

The Penguins grinded their way to 50 wins, 111 points and the second-best record in the NHL, despite incredible wear and tear on their minds and bodies.

It’s been an exhausting season, maybe even more so mentally than physically, Penguins forward Carl Hagelin admitted to Sporting News late in the year.

Before the first puck even dropped on the postseason, Pittsburgh learned it would be without star defenseman Kris Letang until next season because of a herniated disc in his neck. A lower body injury suffered by Murray in warmups ahead of the playoff opener against the Columbus Blue Jackets was another ominous sign that back-to-back titles might not be attainable.

The problem is Jagr turns 46 midway through next season. Only Gordie Howe and Chris Chelios played beyond their 46th birthdays. The NHL has gone increasingly younger and faster while Jagr is older and slower, but his 46 points still ranked fourth on the Panthers last season.

The future Hall of Famer feels he has a 24th season to give if a team will take it. Florida and Philadelphia publicly stated it won’t be with them, but Jagr still makes sense as a veteran locker room presence and marketing darling for a team like the Golden Knights. Call the man.

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Watch: Reds’ Joey Votto burns heckler while on deck

Why that’s surprising: Be honest now. How many of you said Who? a moment ago? Schebler is a former 26th-round pick by the Dodgers who wound up in Cincinnati as part of the three-team trade that shipped Todd Frazier out of Great American Ball Park.

His career ERA heading into this season was 4.09, with a career-best of 3.24, in 2013. It’s 1.75 this year. His career hits allowed per nine innings heading into this season was 8.7, with a career-best of 8.0 way back in 2006. It’s 4.2 this year. And the two shutouts in 11 starts this year? He had exactly two shutouts in his previous 163 starts dating to 2011 heading into this season. Of course, he’s not going to keep this up, but it’s been fun to watch.

Don’t mess with Joey Votto when he’s in game mode.

The Reds first baseman was on deck Monday night against the Indians, and one Cleveland fan was trying to get under Votto’s skin.

I remember when you used to be good, the fan yelled at Votto, who was waiting out the commercial break between innings.

I remember when you used to be thin, Votto snapped back.

I got something to lose, and you guys don’t even have a life, so you’ve got nothing to lose at all. Votto said while acknowledging the recording.

Woof ’ that burn might need some aloe, especially since Votto hit a double during that at-bat.

Either way, it’s unclear why the Indians fan kept saying Votto used to be good. He entered Wednesday slashing .300/.422/.600 with 12 home runs and 38 RBIs this season.

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Look: Bobblehead version of Nationals-Giants brawl is awesome

Sometimes the brilliance of the Internet just makes you shake your head.

Case in point: The good folks at BobbleHouse have created a BobbleEnactment (a.k.a. bobblehead version) of this week’s wild Nationals-Giants brawl.

If nothing else, the BobbleEnactment offers a break from the seemingly endless video loop of Monday’s fight that resulted in suspensions for Bryce Harper and Hunter Strickland.

Oh, and the best part: the Buster Posey bobblehead remaining at home plate while the bobble Harper, bobble Strickland, et al., mix it up.

Maybe it’s appropriate that Tebow’s improbable baseball journey started here, in the middle of the Palmetto State. This area is familiar with long odds.

Colonial Life Arena, home of the University of South Carolina basketball team, is just 1.7 miles from where Tebow is doing pregame base-running drills with his Fireflies teammates. We all know what coach Frank Martin’s Gamecocks did this spring, stunning pretty much the entire college basketball-watching world with their shocking run to the Final Four as a No. 7 seed. Martin was actually at the ballpark a couple of weeks ago; he threw out the first pitch before the game that ended with Tebow scoring the walk-off run in the bottom of the ninth.

South Carolina hoops coach Frank Martin throws out the first pitch at the Fireflies game.

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