DETROIT (AP) -Henrik Zetterberg and Tomas Holmstrom scored in the first period, then Chris Osgood finished with his first shutout of the season to give the Detroit Red Wings a 2-0 win over the Boston Bruins.
Osgood made 29 saves Tuesday night. He also got help from the posts behind him to prevent a goal in both the first and second periods for the 50th shutout of his career.
The rebuilding Red Wings are 3-0-1 in their last four games and have a point in seven of their last eight games.
Tim Thomas had 24 saves for Boston, which fell under .500 with their third loss in four games.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Pascal Dupuis scored the go-ahead goal with 10:47 to play, and Pittsburgh tied an NHL record with their seventh straight road victory to open the season.
Michael Rupp, Kris Letang and Alex Goligoski also scored for the Penguins, who won in California for just the second time since January 1999 with two goals in the third period.
Marc-Andre Fleury made 26 saves for the Penguins, who matched the seven season-opening road victories of the 1940 Toronto Maple Leafs, the 1985 Philadelphia Flyers and the 2005 Detroit Red Wings. New Jersey also is 7-0 on the road so far this season.
Corey Perry scored two goals for the Ducks, who have lost six of seven.
MONTREAL (AP) - Colby Armstrong scored 13:14 into the third period and Atlanta earned its first regulation win in Montreal in over five years.
Armstrong scored his second of the season to restore Atlanta's one-goal lead just 24 seconds after Montreal drew even for the second time in the third.
Rich Peverley had a goal and two assists, including his third point of the game with a cross-crease setup pass on Pavel Kubina's power-play goal that gave the Thrashers a 4-3 edge 4:10 into the third period.
Tomas Plekanec drew Montreal even at 4 with his fourth goal at 12:40.
Ondrej Pavelec made 34 saves.
TORONTO (AP) - Ryan Malone scored at 2:21 of overtime, giving the Tampa Bay Lightning a victory over the Maple Leafs.
Malone's goal stood up after a video review.
Vincent Lecavalier also scored for the Lightning (5-4-4), who won their first road game of the season (1-4-1).
Ian White replied for the Maple Leafs (1-7-5), who have lost four straight games in extra time and remained winless at home (0-4-2) before a crowd of 19,301.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) - Rick Rypien scored the go-ahead goal 8:48 into the third period, the first of three late goals that lifted the Canucks over New York.
Mikael Samuelsson scored his second of the game on a power play with 5:57 left and Henrik Sedin added an empty-netter with 1:24 to go for Vancouver. Andrew Raycroft made 22 saves for his third win in four starts since Roberto Luongo sustained a hairline rib fracture.
Christopher Higgins scored and Henrik Lundqvist finished with 26 saves for the Rangers.