BOSTON Jarome Iginla scored two goals, and Jamie McLennan made 30 saves for his third shutout of the season to lead Calgary past the Boston Bruins 5-0 Thursday night, the Flames' fourth win in six games.
The Flames, 7-1-2-1 in their last 10 games, scored five goals on their first nine shots and moved into a tie with Colorado for second place in the Northwest Division.
Jordan Leopold, Josh Green and Dean McAmmond also scored.
Hurricanes 2, Penguins 1, OT
RALEIGH, N.C. Rod Brind'Amour and Jeff O'Neill broke long scoring droughts when Carolina scored two late goals to beat Pittsburgh in overtime in the Hurricanes coaching debut of Peter Laviolette.
Carolina, the lowest scoring team in the NHL, couldn't muster a goal against the worst defensive team in the league until Brind'Amour broke his 14-game scoring slump 15 seconds after Kevin Weekes left the Carolina net for an extra attacker with 1:10 left.
Devils 3, Thrashers 0
ATLANTA Martin Brodeur earned his eighth shutout this season and 72nd of his career, and Rob Skrlac had his first NHL goal to help New Jersey beat Atlanta.
Colin White and Scott Gomez added goals for New Jersey.
Brodeur could challenge the record for shutouts in a season, set by George Hainsworth who had 22 in the 44-game season of 1928-29. The post-expansion record is 15 set by Tony Esposito in 1969-70. New Jersey has 52 games remaining.
Lightning 5, Flyers 4, OT
PHILADELPHIA Martin St. Louis scored the tying goal late in the third period and added the winner 2:03 into overtime to lift Tampa Bay over suddenly slumping Philadelphia.
Tampa Bay snapped a four-game losing streak while sending Philadelphia to its third consecutive home loss and stretching the Flyers' winless streak to five.
Philadelphia started the season 12-0-2 at home, but have gone 0-1-0-2 there since. They are 0-1-2-2 in their last five overall.
Canadiens 5, Predators 4, OT
MONTREAL Sheldon Souray scored 35 seconds into overtime for his first career three-goal game, lifting Montreal over Nashville.
Souray, who scored power-play goals in the first and second periods for his fourth multigoal game of the season, got the winner when he finished off a two-on-one by redirecting Jan Bulis' pass into a wide open left side.
Saku Koivu also scored a power-play goal with 5:08 left in the third period to draw Montreal even for the fourth time.
Blues 4, Sharks 2
ST. LOUIS Scott Mellanby scored two goals and Keith Tkachuk had three assists to help St. Louis extend its winning streak to six games.
The Blues are 7-0-1 in their last eight games. St. Louis has won four of those games by one goal, including three wins in overtime. This was just the sixth time this season the Blues (20-6-2-1) have won by at least two goals.
Blues coach Joel Quenneville has 298 victories in 561 games as the Blues' coach.
Rangers 4, Islanders 3
NEW YORK Mike Dunham turned aside 23 shots and four Rangers scored in a victory over the rival New York Islanders.
Petr Nedved, Mark Messier, Matthew Barnaby and Tom Poti scored for the Rangers, who have won two of three. The Rangers lead the all-time series with the Islanders 85-84-19.
The Islanders, who got goals from Jason Blake, Radek Martinek and Dave Scatchard, continued to struggle on the road. They only have two wins away from Long Island (2-8-2-1).
Senators 6, Blackhawks 1
OTTAWA Marian Hossa scored two goals and set up another to lead Ottawa over Chicago.
Martin Havlat had a goal and two assists, and Daniel Alfredsson scored his 200th NHL goal and added an assist.
Ottawa received a 27-save performance from Ray Emery, making his second NHL start, to win for just the second time in five games.
Wade Redden and Radek Bonk had the other goals as the Senators beat the Blackhawks at home for the first time since Nov. 30, 1999.
Mark Bell scored for Chicago, which has won just once in 18 games.
Wild 1, Oilers 1
EDMONTON, Alberta Brad Isbister scored with 1.9 seconds left in regulation to lift Edmonton into a tie with Minnesota.
Ryan Smyth spun and slid a pass across the crease to Isbister, who beat Manny Fernandez with a high wrist shot.
Fernandez, who made 30 saves, nearly earned his second shutout over Edmonton this season. It also would have been the Wild's first four-game winning streak.
Kings 4, Coyotes 4
LOS ANGELES Ladislav Nagy tied it with 1:10 left in regulation and Shane Doan punctuated his 600th NHL game with a short-handed goal to help Phoenix overcome a three-goal deficit and tie Los Angeles.
Jan Hrdina and Jeff Taffe scored power-play goals for the Coyotes, who tied a game in the final two minutes of regulation for the fifth time this season.
Kings captain Mattias Norstrom scored with 4:54 remaining in regulation to end a 113-game scoring drought. Alexander Frolov and Lubomir Visnovsky scored less than 1 1/2 minutes apart, and Luc Robitaille had a power-play goal to help the Kings build a 3-0 lead.
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