"I actually thought he played pretty well," Luke Schenn said of his younger brother. "Nothing flashy or over the top, but I think he played sound defensively and won a lot of faceoffs. He was good on the penalty kills and made a few good plays. I tried to get his attention a couple of times, but he was all business."
Rinaldo opened the scoring at 7:25 of the second when he took a pass from Jakub Voracek at the blue line, beat a diving Schenn and then swooped in on Reimer and slid the puck between the Toronto goaltender's legs.
With Toronto's Schenn serving a holding penalty, Simmonds made it 2-0 at 16:11 of the second, when he deflected Carle's point past a screened Reimer.
Less than three minutes later, Testwuide took a pass from Carle at the left faceoff circle and wristed a high shot over Reimer's blocker to give the Flyers a 3-0 edge heading into the final 20 minutes.
Couturier made it 4-0 early in the third, when he capitalized on a turnover and wristed a shot past Reimer's glove at 2:40.
"Couple of bad bounces, I guess," Reimer said. "The onus is on me. I've got to make four more saves. It's always my goal to be better than the other goalie, and Bobrovsky was pretty good out there tonight. I just wasn't up to the task tonight. It (stinks) to start off that way, but the silver lining is that it is preseason and now's as good a time as any to get the kinks out."
In the first NHL game played in Baltimore since 1997, Chris Mueller had a goal and an assist to lead Nashville past Washington.
Niclas Bergfors had a pair of assists for the Predators (2-1), who were playing their third game in two days after facing Florida in a doubleheader Monday.
Mueller scored from the left side of the net off a cross-ice pass Shea Weber at 17:31 of the second period. Mueller played 15 games as a rookie with Nashville last season without scoring a goal. Colin Wilson scored at 8:59 of the third period.
Pekka Rinne started in goal for Nashville before being replaced by Jeremy Smith around the halfway point of the second period.
Smith saved the shutout by stopping a blast by Ovechkin in the closing seconds.
It was the first hockey game in the city since the Baltimore Bandits of the American Hockey League left town 14 years ago. The Capitals last played in Baltimore in 1992, against their then-AHL affiliate, the Baltimore Skipjacks.
"Pucks tonight were hitting me and sticking to me, so it felt pretty good," Elliott said. "It's good to just get right into the fire and play the first one. It was fun playing here at home. The guys obviously played great. Grachie got a couple of goals, so that was nice to see."
D'Agostini snapped a shot past Janus with 3:07 remaining in the second, giving the Blues a 2-1 lead.
Grachev put the Blues on top with a power-play goal, knocking in a rebound of a Jamie Langenbrunner shot at 15:16 of the first period. Grachev also had an empty-netter.
The Wild started the scoring just two minutes into the game as a weak clearing attempt by Hall led to a hopeful shot from the point by Spurgeon which deflected off the ankle of Edmonton's Martin Marancin and past goalie Nikolai Khabibulin.
Minnesota went up 2-0 on a power play with five minutes to go in the opening period. Khabibulin made a stop on the initial shot by Kyle Brodziak, but Palmer lifted the rebound into the net.
The Wild took a three-goal lead with a minute and a half to play in the first as Khabibulin waved at a top corner shot on a 2-on-1 by Bouchard.
Edmonton finally got on the board five minutes into the second just as a Minnesota penalty had expired. Lander corralled a rebound on a knuckleball point shot from Marincin and slipped the puck into the empty net behind Wild starter Josh Harding.
The teams both changed goalies at the midway point of the game. Tyler Bunz came on for Khabibulin, who made seven saves on 10 shots, and Matt Hackett replaced Harding, who stopped 14 of 15.
Jordan Eberle scored the game-winning goal late in the third period and Ryan Smyth netted a goal and two assists as Edmonton beat Chicago at the Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Eberle, who skated on a line with veteran Ryan Smyth and rookie Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, scored the game-winner for the Oilers. Josh Green scored twice, including an empty-net goal in the third to ice the victory.
Material from wire services and team media was used in this report.