UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Sergei Fedorov's second goal of the game with 4:05 left gave the Detroit Red Wings a come-from-behind 4-3 victory Saturday night over the New York Islanders, who lost their eighth straight game.
Mathieu Dandenault and Nicklas Lidstrom also scored for Detroit, which got 27 saves from Manny Legace.
Brad Isbister, Roman Hamrlik and Mariusz Czerkawski scored for the Islanders. Wade Flaherty stopped 33 shots.
Sabres 5, Canadiens 3
MONTREAL -- Stu Barnes had a goal and an assist to lead Buffalo over Montreal.
Barnes also helped set up Jean-Pierre Dumont's first-period goal.
Vladimir Tsyplakov scored 10 seconds into the game and Eric Boulton scored his first NHL goal in the second period for Buffalo.
Miroslav Satan, who had two assists, scored into an empty net with 50 seconds left.
The Canadiens have just two wins and one tie in their last 15 games and are last overall in the NHL with a 6-15-2 record. Montreal got goals from Eric Landry, Sergei Zholtok and Juha Lind.
Thrashers 2, Capitals 1
ATLANTA -- Defenseman Frantisek Kaberle scored his first goal of the season as Atlanta snapped a four-game winless streak by beating Washington.
Atlanta goalie Milan Hnilicka, who allowed eight goals in two games, stopped 26 of 27 shots for the victory.
Kaberle's goal in the second period was followed soon after by a short-handed goal from Per Svartvadet.
Dmitri Mironov scored the only goal for the Capitals.
Senators 4, Maple Leafs 2
TORONTO -- Alexei Yashin, Radek Bonk, Andreas Dackell and Marian Hossa scored as Ottawa beat Toronto.
Ottawa, 3-0 against Toronto this season, tied the Maple Leafs for first place in the Eastern Conference.
Ottawa's Patrick Lalime made 24 saves.
Curtis Joseph has allowed 12 goals in the three losses to the Senators.
Darcy Tucker and Gary Roberts scored for the Maple Leafs.
Kings 2, Penguins 2
PITTSBURGH -- Alexei Kovalev scored the tying goal less than a minute after Los Angeles took the lead in the third period as Pittsburgh earned a tie.
Kovalev's goal came 42 seconds after Jozef Stumpel put the Kings ahead 2-1 with Los Angeles' second power-play goal of the game.
The Kings remained unbeaten in overtime (1-0-5) and are 6-1-3 in their last 10 games.
Ziggy Palffy's 12th goal, eighth on the power play, gave Los Angeles a 1-0 lead. Martin Straka tied it for Pittsburgh 21 seconds into the second period.
Stars 4, Blue Jackets 2
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Mike Modano scored a goal and assisted on another as Dallas won its fifth in a row, beating Columbus.
The Stars are unbeaten in their last six games (5-0-1), during which they've outscored opponents 17-6. The streak dates to a 3-2 loss at Columbus on Nov. 14.
Columbus followed a four-game winning streak with a five-game losing skid, including a 3-0 loss in Dallas on Friday night.
The Blue Jackets have been outscored 21-5 over those five losses.
Marty Turco stopped 19 of 21 Columbus shots.
Panthers 2, Lightning 1
SUNRISE, Fla. -- Pavel Bure scored with 2:13 left in overtime as Florida defeated Tampa Bay.
It was Bure's 13 goal of the season and extended his scoring streak to five games.
The Panthers were winless in 12 previous overtime games (0-7-5). Florida had not lost to the Lightning at home since April 10, 1996.
Denis Shvidki scored the other goal for Florida, which is 1-for-49 with the man-advantage the past 10 games.
Martin St. Louis scored for Tampa Bay.
Blues 5, Coyotes 1
ST. LOUIS -- Roman Turek had his second dominant outing in as many days and Scott Young ended an eight-game goal drought with his 14th as St. Louis beat Phoenix.
The Blues' defense also had a strong effort, limiting the Coyotes to two shots during a four-minute power play early in the third period.
Young, who led the NHL in goals earlier this season, scored for the first time since Nov. 2 to give the Blues a 4-0 second-period lead. Lubos Bartecko scored for the third straight game as the Blues raised their home record to 9-1-1.
Chris Joseph scored his first goal of the season on a 2-on-1 short-handed break with Keith Tkachuk at 8:13 of the third as the Coyotes averted a shutout, but lost their third straight.
Oilers 3, Mighty Ducks 2
EDMONTON, Alberta -- Anson Carter scored two goals and assisted on Doug Weight's goal as Edmonton topped Anaheim.
Tommy Salo made 30 saves to help the Oilers improve to 6-0-1 in their last seven games at Skyreach Centre. Edmonton is 9-2-3 overall at home this season.
Tony Hrkac and Oleg Tverdovsky scored for Anaheim, which was 1-for-9 on the power play in losing its third straight game.
Carter was acquired last week in a trade with Boston.
Avalanche 3, Flames 2, OT
DENVER -- Milan Hejduk scored his second goal of the game 39 seconds into overtime as Colorado beat Calgary for the eighth straight time.
Joe Sakic had a goal and two assists for the Avalanche, who at 16-4-3 matched the 1994-95 start of the Quebec Nordiques for the best opening in franchise history.
Alex Tanguay had three assists to extend his NHL season-high point streak to 11 games (six goals, 13 assists) as Colorado extended its home unbeaten streak to seven games (6-0-1). Hejduk also assisted on Sakic's goal.
Mark Savard scored both goals -- each on the power play -- for Calgary.
Devils 3, Sharks 2
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Jason Arnott scored a disputed goal midway through the third period as New Jersey ended San Jose's seven-game home unbeaten streak.
The Devils rallied from a 2-0 deficit late in the second period to win their fifth straight and sweep a road trip of three games against the NHL's California teams in four nights.
Owen Nolan and Todd Harvey scored for San Jose, which lost at home for the first time since opening night on Oct. 6. The Devils got goals from Arnott -- his second in three games since ending his contract holdout -- Patrik Elias and Scott Gomez.
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