PITTSBURGH (AP) -Nicklas Bergfors, Travis Zajac and Zach Parise each had a goal and an assist and the New Jersey Devils snapped the Pittsburgh Penguins' winning streak at seven with a 4-1 victory Saturday night.
Mark Fraser added his first career goal, and Martin Brodeur made 32 saves for the Devils, 5-0 on the road for the first time in team history.
Alex Goligoski scored for the defending Stanley Cup champion Penguins (9-2-0), who lost for the first time all season with Marc-Andre Fleury starting in goal.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Danny Briere had two goals for Philadelphia, Arron Asham scored for a third straight game, Simon Gagne added his first of the season, and rookie James van Riemsdyk capped the scoring with his first NHL goal.
The game was marred by an injury to David Booth, the Florida left wing who scored the Panthers' lone goal. He left the ice on a stretcher near the end of the second period following a hard blow to the face from Flyers captain Mike Richards.
Richards was given a major penalty for interference and a game misconduct for intent to injure. He could face a suspension.
UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - Mike Green scored in the third period and set up Brooks Laich's overtime winner for Washington.
Green started Washington's rally from a 2-0 hole in the third when he whistled a slap shot past goalie Dwayne Roloson at 6:02. Keith Aucoin got some help from the leg of Islanders forward Josh Bailey to tie it with 6:50 left before Laich's heroics.
Radek Martinek and Jeff Tambellini scored for New York.
OTTAWA (AP) - Patrice Bergeron scored the lone shootout goal after Boston overcame a 3-1 deficit in the final 1:28 of regulation.
Mark Recchi drew the Bruins within one, and David Krejci tied it with 21 seconds left in the third. Blake Wheeler also had a goal for Boston. Milan Michalek, Mike Fisher and Daniel Alfredsson scored for Ottawa.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) - Mason Raymond and Ryan Kesler scored power-play goals 2:42 apart in the first period, and Roberto Luongo made 35 saves for Vancouver.
Raymond also had an empty-net goal.
Niklas Hagman scored late in the second period for the Maple Leafs, who remained the NHL's last winless team, setting a record for their worst start at 0-7-1.
DENVER (AP) - Craig Anderson made a season-high 48 saves, Chris Stewart and T.J. Galiardi each had a goal and an assist for Colorado.
Kris Draper scored his second goal of the season and Jimmy Howard had 20 saves for the Red Wings, winless in their last three games.
Colorado, coming off a victory over Carolina on Friday night, is 8-1-2 and leads the Western Conference with 18 points.
ATLANTA (AP) - Patrick Marleau had two goals and an assist for San Jose, and former Atlanta star Dany Heatley and Joe Thornton also scored.
Todd White, Evander Kane and Rich Peverley scored for Atlanta. Thrashers captain Ilya Kovalchuk did not return after taking a puck off his foot in the first period.
MONTREAL (AP) - Mike Cammalleri scored his third goal of the game in overtime to give Montreal its third straight victory.
Matt D'Agostini and Marc-Andre Bergeron also scored for the Canadiens. Marian Gaborik, Matt Gilroy, Artem Anisimov, Ales Kotalik scored for New York.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Tyler Myers scored in the sixth round of the shootout for Buffalo after Drew Stafford tied it with 16.1 seconds left in the third period.
Mike Grier also scored for the Sabres. Vincent Lecavalier stopped a 15-game goal drought, and Steven Stamkos scored early in the third period for Tampa Bay.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Loui Eriksson had a goal and an assist, and Marty Turco made 26 saves to help Dallas improve to 4-0-3 on the road.
James Neal, Tom Wandell and Brian Sutherby also scored, and Brad Richards added two assists. Alex Pietrangelo scored his first career NHL goal for the Blues.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Cal Clutterbuck scored 1:55 into overtime for Minnesota, leaving Carolina winless in seven road games.
Andrew Brunette and Kyle Brodziak also scored for Minnesota, and Sergei Samsonov and Joni Pitkanen countered for the Hurricanes.
CHICAGO (AP) - Cristobal Huet made 27 saves for his first shutout of the season, and Dustin Byfuglien and Andrew Ladd scored on rebounds 56 seconds apart in the second period for Chicago. Nashville has been shut out three times this season.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Jarret Stoll scored his first two goals of the season and Dustin Brown also scored twice for Los Angeles.
Wayne Simmonds added a goal and Anze Kopitar had three assists to help the Kings win their third straight game. Shane Doan had two goals, and Radim Vrbata also scored for Phoenix.