Flyers beat up Blues

Posted: Wednesday, March 14, 2001

PHILADELPHIA -- Keith Tkachuk couldn't arrive soon enough for the St. Louis Blues.

St. Louis had its winless streak stretched to seven games with a 5-2 loss Tuesday night to the Philadelphia Flyers.

Mighty Ducks 2, Capitals 0

WASHINGTON -- Anaheim won its season-high fifth in a row and earned its second straight shutout, stopping Washington's five-game winning streak.

Oilers 5, Lightning 4

TAMPA, Fla. -- Eric Brewer scored with 3:43 left in overtime as Edmonton won for a franchise-record ninth straight time.

Devils 6, Avalanche 3

DENVER -- Six New Jersey players scored and the Devils tied a franchise record with their eighth straight victory, beating Colorado.

It was the second time this season that the Devils humbled the NHL's top team. New Jersey beat the Avalanche and goalie Patrick Roy 6-1 on Dec. 5.

Scott Gomez had three assists for the Devils, who pulled even with the Ottawa Senators (89 points) for the top spot in the Eastern Conference.

Stars 3, Blackhawks 0

CHICAGO -- Ted Donato had a goal and an assist, and Marty Turco made 27 saves for Dallas.

Red Wings 2, Canucks 2

DETROIT -- Slava Kozlov's goal with 1.5 seconds left in regulation pulled Detroit into a tie with Vancouver.

Kozlov's tip from the slot eluded Vancouver goalie Bob Essensa. The light never went on, but after the play was reviewed, it was ruled a goal.

It was Kozlov's 16th goal of the season.

Todd Bertuzzi broke a 1-1 tie for the Canucks with a power-play goal with 1:38 left in the second period. He scored his 24th goal by poking in Markus Naslund's rebound from the crease.

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