BOSTON -- Shawn McEachern and Radek Bonk scored two goals each, lifting the Ottawa Senators over the Boston Bruins 5-3 Thursday night.
Ottawa, which lost to New Jersey on Tuesday, has lost back-to-back games only once this season. The Senators are 10-3-1-2 since the All-Star break.
The Bruins lost for the third time this week and have lost two straight at home after winning five in a row.
Joe Thornton, Brian Rolston and Mike Knuble scored for Boston.
Flyers 5, Flames 2
PHILADELPHIA -- Keith Primeau scored a career-high three goals and Roman Cechmanek made 22 saves as Philadelphia beat Calgary.
Eric Desjardins and Chris McAllister also scored for the Flyers.
Jarome Iginla scored both goals for the Flames.
Primeau, who also had an assist, reached a career-best with 32 goals this season.
Devils 6, Wild 2
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Sergei Brylin and Patrik Elias scored 90 seconds apart in the first period and New Jersey spoiled the return of former coach Jacques Lemaire.
Scott Niedermayer, Bob Corkum, Petr Sykora and Randy McKay also scored as the Devils won their sixth straight.
The Devils remained in first place in the Atlantic Division, a point ahead of Philadelphia. New Jersey is four points behind Ottawa in the race for the Eastern Conference's best record.
Aaron Gavey and Filip Kuba scored for expansion Minnesota.
Penguins 5, Thrashers 3
ATLANTA -- Jeff Norton scored the go-ahead goal with 3:37 remaining and Jaromir Jagr had two goals and an assist as Pittsburgh beat Atlanta.
Mario Lemieux, who had two assists, was on the ice for four of Pittsburgh's goals.
The Thrashers tied it at 3 on Ladislav Kohn's sixth goal, beating goalie Jean-Sebastien Aubin at 12:57 of the second period with Atlanta short-handed.
Pittsburgh, battling for a playoff berth with 14 games left, had lost two in a row and three of four.
Avalanche 5, Blues 2
ST. LOUIS -- Joe Sakic had two goals and an assist to lead Colorado over slumping St. Louis.
It was the fourth time this season Sakic had multiple goals. The last time was Jan. 4 against San Jose when he scored twice.
Milan Hejduk had a goal and two assists for the Avalanche, and Rob Blake had two assists. Ville Nieminen and Steve Reinprecht also scored for Colorado.
The loss extends St. Louis' winless streak to five games and snaps a six-game unbeaten streak at Savvis Center.
Lightning 1, Hurricanes 0
TAMPA, Fla. -- Martin St. Louis scored with 59 seconds remaining, and Kevin Weekes made 20 saves to lead Tampa Bay over Carolina.
The Lightning have won three of four after winning only once in their previous 11.
The last-minute victory was the second straight for Tampa Bay, which hadn't won back-to-back games in five weeks.
Weekes has posted three shutouts in his last six games and extended his scoreless string to 113 minutes, 47 seconds.
Carolina maintained its two-point lead over Boston for eighth place in the Eastern Conference.
Kings 4, Predators 1
LOS ANGELES -- Philippe Boucher and Glen Murray scored power-play goals and Ian Laperriere ended a 16-game goal drought as Los Angeles beat Nashville.
Lubomir Visnovsky had a goal and an assist and Luc Robitaille had two assists for the Kings, who closed within three points of Edmonton for eighth in the Western Conference playoffs. They are 6-1-1 since a 1-5 slide.
Patric Kjellberg scored on a power play for the Predators, 4-1 in their previous five road games against the Kings.
Coyotes 3, Canucks 2, OT
PHOENIX -- Shane Doan scored 48 seconds into overtime as Phoenix rallied from a two-goal deficit to beat Vancouver.
Keith Tkachuk, in perhaps his last days with Phoenix, tied it at 2 on a shot that slipped between goalie Bob Essensa's legs at 15:55 of the third period.
Brad May added a goal and Robert Esche had 37 saves for Phoenix -- 23 in the second period. Essensa made 28 saves.
Todd Bertuzzi and Brendan Morrison had Vancouver goals.
Through March 7
GP G A PTS
Jagr, Pit 66 36 56 92
Sakic, Col 66 37 54 91
Kovalev, Pit 66 40 41 81
Straka, Pit 66 22 53 75
Fleury, NYR 62 30 44 74
Allison, Bos 67 28 46 74
Forsberg, Col 58 25 49 74
Robitaille, LA 67 33 40 73
Palffy, LA 58 29 44 73
Bure, Fla 68 45 27 72
Yashin, Ott 66 31 41 72
Turgeon, StL 64 27 43 70
Weight, Edm 67 18 52 70
Bondra, Was 67 37 32 69
Audette, Atl 61 30 39 69
Elias, NJ 66 27 42 69
Roenick, Pho 66 26 43 69
Oates, Was 67 13 56 69
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