NEW YORK -- Tie Domi, Yanic Perreault and Igor Korolev scored in front of Curtis Joseph, who made 31 saves, to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a 3-1 victory Tuesday night over the New York Rangers.
The Maple Leafs have earned points in five straight games (2-0-2-1).
Valeri Kamensky scored the only goal for the Rangers, who have lost two of three. Mike Richter, in his eighth straight start, turned aside 23 shots.
Senators 2, Bruins 1
KANATA, Ontario -- Daniel Alfredsson capped a wild final minute by scoring with 13.8 seconds left to give Ottawa a victory over Boston.
The goal came 12 seconds after Bill Guerin tied it with his first goal with the Bruins. Shawn McEachern gave the Senators a 1-0 lead.
Panthers 4, Canadiens 1
MONTREAL -- Denis Shvidki scored for Florida just over a minute into the third period, ruining any chance of a comeback in Michel Therrien's debut as Canadiens coach.
Montreal, playing for the first time since coach Alain Vigneault and general manager Rejean Houle were fired, dropped to an embarrassing 5-14-2-0 -- worst by far in the NHL.
Canucks 4, Blues 3
ST. LOUIS -- Todd Bertuzzi had two goals and an assist to lead Vancouver over St. Louis, snapping goalie Brent Johnson's seven-game winning streak.
The loss also ended the Blues unbeaten streak against Vancouver at 14 and gave St. Louis its first home loss this season (8-1-1). Vancouver last beat St. Louis on Dec. 15, 1996.
Blackhawks 4, Coyotes 1
PHOENIX -- Alexei Zhamnov, Stephane Quintal and Dean McAmmond scored third-period goals, and the Chicago Blackhawks continued to make the most of a grueling road trip with a victory over the Phoenix Coyotes.
Jocelyn Thibault made 23 saves, and Chicago's penalty-killers, third-best in the NHL on the road, stopped three Phoenix power plays as the Blackhawks improved to 2-1-2 on the eight-game trip.
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