BOSTON (AP) -Randy Jones' shot caromed into the net off Boston defenseman Andrew Ference with 2 minutes left in overtime, giving the Philadelphia Flyers a 4-3 victory over the NHL-leading Bruins on Saturday.
Former Bruin Glen Metropolit, Scott Hartnell and Simon Gagne also scored for Philadelphia, down 3-1 after the first period. Byron Bitz scored his first NHL goal for Boston, and Marc Savard and Chuck Kobasew also scored.
DETROIT (AP) - Brian Rafalski, Maria Hossa and Pavel Datsyuk each had a goal and an assist, and Stanley Cup champion Detroit scored three times in the first 6 minutes.
Brett Lebda, Dan Cleary, Nicklas Lidstrom, Mikael Samuelsson and Ville Leino also scored, Niklas Kronwall had three assists, and Ty Conklin made 23 saves.
Zack Stortini and Marc Pouliot scored for Edmonton.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Christian Backman scored at 1:33 of overtime, and Dan LaCosta made 28 saves in his first NHL start for Columbus.
Jason Williams and Rick Nash also scored to help Columbus end a three-game losing streak. Christian Ehrhoff and Devin Setoguchi scored for San Jose. The Western Conference-leading Sharks have lost a season-high three straight games.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Defenseman Mike Green broke a tie on a power play 43 seconds into the third period, then added an empty-netter for Washington, giving him goals in six consecutive games - the longest goal streak by a defenseman in team history.
Despire missing 13 games, Green leads NHL defensemen with a career-high 19 goals and 46 points this season. He's second in the NHL with 14 power-play scores.
Eric Fehr also scored, and Jose Theodore made 21 saves for the Capitals, allowing only Keith Ballard's first-period goal.
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) - Corey Perry scored the winner for Anaheim off turnover, and Jean-Sebastian Giguere made 26 saves for his first victory since Jan. 11.
Perry intercepted Adam Pardy's errant pass, broke in alone and snapped a shot that trickled past Curtis McElhinney with 28 seconds left in the second period.
Bobby Ryan also scored for the Ducks, set to face the Flames again in Anaheim on Wednesday night. Michael Cammalleri scored for Calgary.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Patrick O'Sullivan scored on a penalty shot and added an assist, and Jonathan Quick made 25 saves for Los Angeles.
Jarret Stoll and Anze Kopitar also scored to help the Kings win for the sixth time in their last seven games. Los Angeles improved to 3-1 on its five-game trip.
In the process, the Kings cooled off the Devils who came into the game on a 9-1 run. Dainius Zubrus snapped Quick's shutout bid at 10:41 of the third.
OTTAWA (AP) - Mike Fisher scored the winning goal in the fourth round of a shootout for Ottawa, and Nick Foligno and Antoine Vermette scored in regulation to help give coach Cory Clouston his first victory in three games with the team.
Adam Mair and Drew Stafford scored in regulation for Buffalo. Sabres scoring leader Thomas Vanek left after taking a puck in the face early in the first period.
MONTREAL (AP) - Jason Blake scored twice in the third period, Luke Schenn added his first NHL goal, and Vesa Toskala made 31 saves for Toronto.
Nikolai Kulemin and Jeff Finger also scored for Toronto, 3-1-1 in its last five games. Matt D'Agostini and Tom Kostopoulos scored for Montreal. The Canadiens have lost seven of their last nine games.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Brad Boyes had a goal and an assist in a 31-second span of the second period, and Chris Mason made 23 saves for St. Louis.
David Perron also had a goal and added an assist, and T.J. Oshie and Keith Tkachuk added goals. The Blues have earned points in nine of their last 10 games, going 6-1-3.
Chris Stewart scored for Colorado.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Tuomo Ruutu scored twice, and Sergei Samsonov added a goal and three assists to help Carolina hand Phoenix its sixth straight loss.
Eric Staal, Matt Cullen, Chad LaRose and Patrick Eaves also scored for Carolina. The Hurricanes have won six of eight games since dropping five straight. Steven Goertzen scored his first career goal, and Shane Doan also scored for the Coyotes.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Mike McKenna made 28 saves for his first NHL shutout, and Gary Roberts scored in the third period for Tampa Bay.
McKenna was making his second career NHL start and third appearance overall.