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PITTSBURGH (AP) -Sidney Crosby and Ruslan Fedotenko scored 32 seconds apart during Pittsburgh's four-goal third period and the Penguins overcame Carolina rookie Brandon Sutter's first NHL goal to rally for a 4-1 victory over the Hurricanes on Thursday night.

Sutter gave one of hockey's most famous families another milestone, scoring off a Pittsburgh giveaway to put Carolina up 1-0 in the first - a lead that held up for nearly 2 1/2 periods. He is the ninth member of the Sutter family to play in the NHL.

Maxime Talbot stretched the lead to 3-1 at 11:51 of the third, also scoring his first of the season - Pittsburgh's third goal in less than four minutes. Evgeni Malkin, who was initially awarded Crosby's goal, scored into an empty net - his third of the season - during the final minute.

Marc-Andre Fleury played making 24 saves to improve to 4-2-1 as the Penguins won their third in a row.

BOSTON (AP) - Anton Stralman scored with 9:14 left to break a third-period tie, and Vesa Toskala stopped 26 shots as Toronto snapped a five-game losing streak.

Mike Van Ryn and Nik Antropov also scored for Toronto, which had lost twice in regulation and three times in shootouts since opening the season with a victory over the Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings.

Patrice Bergeron scored his first goal in over a year after missing all but 10 games last season due to a severe concussion and broken nose. Blake Wheeler scored 31 seconds later to give Boston a 2-0 lead late in the first period, but the Maple Leafs came back with four straight goals.

Tim Thomas made 33 saves for the Bruins.

UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - Mike Ribeiro had a goal and a career-high four assists in Dallas' victory over the New York Islanders.

Loui Eriksson added a pair of goals, and Brendan Morrow and Krystofer Barch also scored for the Stars, who went 2-1 against the three New York-area teams this week. Dallas beat the Rangers 2-1 on Monday and lost 5-0 at New Jersey on Wednesday.

Marty Turco rebounded from a bad night by stopping 24 shots. Turco was pulled in the second period Wednesday against the Devils after allowing three goals on 17 shots.

Bill Guerin, Mark Streit and Jon Sim scored for the Islanders, who have allowed 12 goals in their last two home games.

Rick DiPietro started his second straight and first at home, finishing with 24 saves.

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Derek Roy scored 44 seconds into overtime and Buffalo rallied from a late two-goal deficit to beat Minnesota.

Drew Stafford, Adam Mair and Thomas Vanek scored for Buffalo, 6-0-1 this season. The Sabres' only loss came in a shootout at Atlanta last Saturday.

Benoit Pouliot, Stephane Veilleux and Brent Burns scored for Minnesota.

With the Sabres trailing 3-1, Adam Mair and Thomas Vanek scored 46 seconds apart late in regulation for Buffalo to force overtime.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Jarome Iginla scored three goals, and Dion Phaneuf set up two others for Calgary.

Greg Zanon, Jordin Tootoo and Jason Arnott scored for the Predators.

David Moss and Michael Cammalleri had the other Flames goals.

DENVER (AP) - Ian Laperriere scored his first goal of the season, Peter Budaj stopped 25 shots, and Colorado won its fourth straight.

Joe Sakic, Paul Stastny and Cody McLeod added goals for Colorado, the highest-scoring team in the NHL. Darcy Tucker and Ben Guite each added two assists.

Shawn Horcoff scored the Oilers' lone goal, his third of the season. The Oilers have suddenly fallen into a funk since winning four in a row. Edmonton lost 3-0 Wednesday night in Chicago.

Colorado's line of Milan Hejduk, Stastny and Ryan Smyth has combined for 11 goals and 13 assists.

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Mikkel Boedker and Peter Mueller scored four minutes apart early in the third period and Phoenix rallied to beat Washington.

Mikael Tellqvist made 31 saves in his first start of the season for the Coyotes, who are 2-0 at home for the first time since 2000. Phoenix snapped a three-game losing streak.

Brooks Laich scored the lone goal for the Capitals, who have lost two straight.

Phoenix tied it 1-1 with 17:31 to go when Olli Jokinen stole the puck from defenseman Tyler Sloan just past the Capitals blue line and fed a pass to Boedker for the wrist shot under Jose Theodore.

Mueller made it 2-1 with 13:28 remaining.

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