STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) -Tyler Kennedy scored his second goal with 25 seconds left in overtime to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins past the Ottawa Senators, 4-3 in the first NHL regular-season opener in Sweden on Saturday night.
Kennedy, who also scored 40 seconds into the first period in front of 13,699 at Stockholm's soldout Globe Arena, beat Ottawa goalie Martin Gerber with a wrister from the left circle.
The goal came after Ottawa center Jason Spezza turned over the puck to Kennedy at the blue line. Kennedy skated in all alone and scored.
Ottawa captain Daniel Alfredsson was held pointless as he returned to his native Sweden for the first time with the Senators.
Marc-Andre Fleury made 32 saves for the Penguins. Gerber stopped 26 shots for the Senators.
Defenseman Rob Scuderi forced overtime when he beat Gerber with a wrister from the left circle at 3:56 in the third period.
Sidney Crosby, who finished the 2006-07 season as the first teenager in NHL history to win the scoring title, had the assist.
Evgeni Malkin made it 2-1 for Pittsburgh with a short-handed goal 3:18 into the second period.
Shean Donovan, Dany Heatley and Spezza scored for Ottawa.
PRAGUE, Czech Republic (AP) - Markus Naslund and Brandon Dubinsky scored to lift New York.
Naslund scored with 1:52 remaining in the second period on a wrist shot after being fed by Scott Gomez.
Martin St. Louis tied the game 3:57 into the final period after skating past Rangers defenseman Dmitri Kalinin and firing a backhand past goaltender Henrik Lundqvist.
Dubinsky had the winner on a power play with 5:44 left in the game.
Lundqvist made 20 saves and Tampa Bay goalie Mike Smith had 39.