NEW YORK -- Brian Rafalski's second goal of the game, with 1:30 left in regulation, allowed the New Jersey Devils to overcome three goals by New York's Jan Hlavac and extend their unbeaten streak against the Rangers to 21 with a 5-5 tie Saturday.
Senators 4, Canadiens 3
OTTAWA -- Alexei Yashin had his sixth career three-goal game as Ottawa beat Montreal to complete a perfect three-game homestand.
Coyotes 2, Islanders 1
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Ossi Vaananen and Trevor Letowski scored less than two minutes apart late in the third period to rally Phoenix over New York.
Capitals 3, Maple Leafs 2
TORONTO -- Sergei Gonchar scored the go-ahead goal after assisting on the tying goal in the third period of Washington's victory over Toronto.
Flyers 2, Thrashers 2
PHILADELPHIA -- Keith Primeau scored his 200th NHL goal with 7:36 left in the third period to give Philadelphia a tie with Atlanta.
Avalanche 2, Hurricanes 2
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Colorado's Peter Forsberg broke out of a scoring slump with a goal and an assist, and Carolina's Jeff O'Neill had two goals as the Avalanche and Hurricanes tied.
Stars 4, Bruins 0
BOSTON -- Goalie Ed Belfour's presence wasn't missed as backup Marty Turco earned his first career shutout leading Dallas over Boston.
Blues 5, Wild 1
ST. LOUIS -- Pierre Turgeon and Dallas Drake each had a goal and an assist as St. Louis snapped Minnesota's eight-game unbeaten streak.
Sabres 2, Predators 0
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Martin Biron made 29 saves for his second consecutive shutout, and Chris Gratton and Stu Barnes scored to lead Buffalo over Nashville.
Kings 5, Flames 0
LOS ANGELES -- Rob Blake scored twice, and Josef Stumpel and Jaroslav Modry each had a goal and an assist as Los Angeles snapped Calgary's five-game unbeaten streak.
Canucks 4, Blue Jackets 3
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Markus Naslund scored twice and Ed Jovanovski added a goal and an assist as Vancouver remained undefeated in three games against expansion Columbus.
Sharks 3, Panthers 1
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Owen Nolan had two goals and an assist, and Steve Shields stopped 26 shots for his first win since Nov. 28.
The easy victory was a welcome development for the Sharks, who had won just two of their previous eight games in the worst stretch of their successful season. Jeff Friesen broke a 15-game goalless drought with a second-period goal, and Gary Suter had two assists.
Mike Sillinger scored the only goal for the Panthers, who dropped to 2-2-0-1 since Duane Sutter replaced Terry Murray as coach last week.
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