GLENDALE, Ariz. - Kris Letang returned from being bloodied by a hit late in regulation to score 2:09 into overtime, giving the Pittsburgh Penguins a 4-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night.
Crosby, who had three assists in Pittsburgh's 6-3 win over Ottawa on Friday, got his eighth point in four games back from concussion-like symptoms that sidelined him for the better part of 11 months with an assist on Evgeni Malkin's goal 21 seconds in.
BRUINS 4, JETS 2
Zdeno Chara also scored for the Bruins, who overcame a 2-0 deficit to earn a point in their 11th consecutive game, its longest such stretch since 2004.
Thomas won his eighth straight start, while Winnipeg's Ondrej Pavelec made 32 saves.
RED WINGS 4, PREDATORS 1
DETROIT (AP) — Valtteri Filppula scored twice and added an assist to lead Detroit to its fifth straight win.
Filppula assisted on Henrik Zetterberg's goal as Detroit won its league-best ninth game at home. Dan Cleary added his fourth goal of the season early in the third period.
Pekka Rinne had 33 saves for the Predators, who lost their fourth straight.
RANGERS 2, FLYERS 0
After a scoreless first period that featured a fight four seconds into the game between New York's Brandon Prust and Philadelphia's Zac Rinaldo, Brad Richards scored a power-play goal 54 seconds into the second. Richards had a goal disallowed 24 seconds earlier.
The Rangers' 6-1-1 start at Madison Square Garden is their best since they began the 1992-93 season 7-1-1. Philadelphia lost for only the third time this season on the road.
LIGHTNING 5, PANTHERS 1
Tampa Bay took control during the second when goals by Pyatt, Stamkos and Malone made it 4-0. Stamkos got his second of the game and 14th of the season in the final minute of play.
The Panthers got a late third-period goal from Shawn Matthias.
SABRES 5, CAPITALS 1
Enroth made his seventh straight start for injured starter Ryan Miller (concussion).
COYOTES 3, STARS 0
Mike Smith stopped 26 shots for his second shutout, leading Phoenix to its first win over Dallas this season after a pair of overtime losses.
Smith, who blanked the Sharks in San Jose on Nov. 12, improved to 11-4-3 this season with his 13th career shutout. Smith needed to stop only 14 shots through the first two periods.
Stars goalie Karu Lehtonen was helped off the ice with a right knee injury in the first.
ISLANDERS 3, DEVILS 2
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Michael Grabner snapped a tie with a short-handed goal to help the Islanders pick up their first road win of the season.
The teams had 26 shots apiece. Neither team was able to capitalize on the power play; New York went 0 for 2, while New Jersey was 0 for 3.
AVALANCHE 5, OILERS 2
The Avalanche trailed 2-1 before exploding for four goals in the third period.