DETROIT (AP) -Miika Kiprusoff made 40 saves for his second shutout of the season and 32nd overall, leading the Calgary Flames to a 3-0 victory over the slumping Detroit Red Wings on Friday night.
Detroit hasn't scored in 153 minutes, 22 seconds. The Red Wings have been shut out in consecutive games for the first time since December 2001 and the first time at home since 1977. On Wednesday night, they lost 2-0 to Atlanta.
Jamie Lundmark and Olli Jokinen each had a goal and an assist, Nigel Dawes also scored, and Jarome Iginla had two assists.
Chris Osgood stopped 14 shots for Detroit. The Red Wings have lost five of their last six games and have lost four in a row at Joe Louis Arena for the first time in almost two years.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Kurtis Foster had two goals, Steven Stamkos added his team-high 16th and Tampa Bay spoiled New York coach John Tortorella's first game against his former team.
Tortorella, fired by Tampa Bay following the 2007-08 season, spent seven seasons with the Lightning, leading them to the 2004 Stanley Cup title.
Marty St. Louis had three assists, and Steve Downie and Paul Szczechura also scored for the Lightning. Mike Smith made 26 saves, allowing only Ryan Callahan's late third-period goal.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Rich Peverly scored the fourth of Atlanta's five third-period goals with 6:03 remaining to help the Thrashers rally.
Ilya Kovalchuk had a goal and an assist, Evander Kane, Slava Kozlov, Marty Reasoner and Maxim Afinogenov also scored, and Tobias Enstrom had three assists for the Thrashers, 6-1-3 in their last 10 games. Ondrej Pavelec made 32 saves.
Erik Cole had a goal and an assist for Carolina, and Sergei Samsonov, Matt Cullen and Stephane Yelle also scored.
BOSTON (AP) - Jamie Langenbrunner and Zach Parise scored shootout goals to make New Jersey's Martin Brodeur a winner on the day he became the NHL's career minutes leader.
Brodeur, who made 32 saves, surpassed Hall of Famer Patrick Roy for the most minutes played. The 37-year-old Brodeur has played 60,280. Roy played 60,235.
Parise opened the scoring in the second period. Blake Wheeler tied it early in the third and had Boston's lone shootout goal.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Teemu Selanne scored twice on the power play, and Jean-Sebastien Giguere had his first shutout of the season to help Anaheim end Chicago's winning streak at eight games - one short of tying the franchise record.
Giguere made 28 saves in his 32nd career shutout, continually frustrating a high-powered offense that had outscored its opponents 34-13 during the streak.
Defenseman Nick Boynton also had a power-play goal.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Chuck Kobasew had his second career three-goal game, and Andrew Brunette scored the winner for Minnesota on a third-period power play.
Owen Nolan also scored and Niklas Backstrom stopped 31 shots in the opener of a home-and-home series. Kobasew's other hat trick was Jan. 24, 2006, at Colorado.
Kyle Quincey, Paul Stastny and Chris Stewart scored for the Avalanche.
UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - John Tavares scored off a rebound with 6:12 left to give New York a comeback victory over Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh.
Josh Bailey and Sean Bergenheim also scored and Dwayne Roloson made 19 saves for the Islanders. Evgeni Malkin and Matt Cooke scored for Pittsburgh.
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) - Niklas Hagman and Phil Kessel each scored two goals, and Alexei Ponikarovsky had a goal and an assist for Toronto.
Matt Stajan added an empty-netter with 4 seconds remaining, and Jonas Gustavsson stopped 26 shots. Dmitry Kulikov scored twice for Florida, and Radek Dvorak and Michael Frolik added goals.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Tim Connolly scored twice in the third period and had two assists to help Buffalo end a four-game losing streak.
Drew Stafford had a goal and an assist, Paul Gaustad also scored and Ryan Miller made 31 saves for the Sabres. Mike Richards and Braydon Coburn scored for Philadelphia.