TAMPA, Fla. -- Vincent Lecavalier scored two goals and Tampa Bay held Detroit without a shot in the first period as the Lightning beat the Red Wings 3-0 on Saturday night.
Tampa Bay's Dan Cloutier made 26 saves and preserved his first career shutout in his 95th NHL game by robbing Tomas Holmstrom with a sprawling save in the second period.
Capitals 2, Bruins 0
BOSTON -- Olaf Kolzig made 23 saves for his 18th career shutout, and Joe Reekie scored his first goal of the season in Washington's victory over Boston.
Maple Leafs 8, Rangers 2
TORONTO -- Garry Valk and Jonus Hoglund each scored two goals in Toronto's victory over New York.
Dave Manson, Gary Roberts, Mats Sundin and Shayne Corson also scored for the Maple Leafs, who have scored 19 goals in their last three games.
Senators 5, Flyers 3
KANATA, Ontario -- Jason York had his first career two-goal game, and Alexei Yashin had three assists to lead Ottawa over Philadelphia.
Canadiens 1, Flames 1
CALGARY, Alberta -- Craig Darby scored at 3:14 of the third period to lift Montreal into a tie with Calgary.
Darby's goal completed a 2-0-1 road trip for the Canadiens, who are 4-2-1 under new coach Michel Therrien.
Sabres 3, Penguins 2
PITTSBURGH -- Dominik Hasek, stunned by two goals in the final two minutes, made 22 saves as Buffalo held off Pittsburgh.
Thrashers 2, Blue Jackets 1
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Milan Hnilicka stopped 28 shots, including several in the final minute, as Atlanta held off Columbus and extended the Blue Jackets' losing streak to seven.
Stars 5, Coyotes 2
PHOENIX -- Brett Hull scored two goals and Derian Hatcher had three assists in Dallas victory over Phoenix.
Blues 5, Panthers 2
ST. LOUIS -- Pierre Turgeon scored twice, and Al MacInnis had four assists to become the top scoring defenseman in team history as St. Louis extended its unbeaten streak to four games.
Canucks 5, Oilers 2
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Andrew Cassels had two goals and an assist as Vancouver beat Edmonton.
Kings 3, Wild 2
LOS ANGELES -- Ziggy Palffy scored the go-ahead goal with 10:49 remaining, and Stephane Fiset made 24 saves in his season debut as Los Angeles beat Minnesota.
Bryan Smolinski and Luc Robitaille scored first-period goals, and Jozef Stumpel had two assists to help the Kings snap a four-game winless streak.
Jim Dowd and Sergei Krivokrasov scored 5 1/2 minutes apart in the second period to the tie the game, but Fiset stopped Minnesota's final 10 shots to hand the first-year expansion team its third straight loss.
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