PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Jeff Carter had two goals and an assist, and the Philadelphia Flyers earned their sixth straight home win with a 4-2 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday.
Dan Carcillo and Chris Pronger also scored for Philadelphia. Ray Emery stopped 33 shots.
Despite outshooting the Flyers, Carolina remained winless against them in the past 14 meetings (0-11-3). Philadelphia has won three in a row overall.
Eric Staal and Rod Brind'Amour scored for Carolina.
The Flyers are in the midst of their longest homestand, with six games in 12 days. They are 3-0 and have outscored opponents 10-4.
Manny Legace, who gave starter Cam Ward a rest after 17 straight starts, stopped six of seven shots but lasted only 6:36 before leaving with an injury. Ward made 20 saves in relief.
BOSTON (AP) - Jason Spezza returned after missing 20 games because of a knee injury and scored the winning goal in surging Ottawa's sixth straight victory.
The host Bruins lost their fourth in a row and for the seventh time in eight games. It is Boston's first four-game losing streak since December 2007. The Bruins have dropped five consecutive at home for the first time since 2000.
Daniel Alfredsson, who had a hat trick in Ottawa's 5-1 victory on Monday, beat Tim Thomas for the Senators' first goal. He has five goals and four assists in five games since returning after an 11-game absence caused by a shoulder injury. Spezza scored his sixth of the season at 16:39 of the second period.
Daniel Paille scored for Boston, which took 33 shots at Brian Elliott.
MONTREAL (AP) - Mike Cammalleri had four points, including two of Montreal's four second-period goals against the New York Rangers, and Jaroslav Halak stopped 32 shots in his third shutout.
Cammalleri, who leads Montreal with 26 goals, added an assist in the second. Maxim Lapierre and Benoit Pouliot also scored in the period as the Canadiens matched a season high for goals in a frame.
Former Rangers forward Scott Gomez scored in the first, and Cammalleri assisted on Tomas Plekanec's goal midway through the third that gave Montreal its highest scoring game of the season.
The Rangers were shut out for the second straight game and for the fourth time in seven contests. Henrik Lundqvist stopped 11 of 15 shots and was chased from the Rangers' net after Cammalleri scored his second goal.
UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - Bryce Salvador scored his third goal of the season with 6:49 remaining to lift New Jersey over the New York Islanders.
Zach Parise scored twice and Jamie Langenbrunner tallied his first goal in three weeks to help New Jersey end a three-game road losing streak.
Kyle Okposo and Jack Hillen added power play goals for the Islanders, whose six-game home winning streak was snapped.
Martin Brodeur, pulled after allowing four goals in two periods against the Islanders on Monday, lasted the entire game in the rematch and posted 20 saves in his 29th consecutive start.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Alexander Semin had a goal and three assists to help Washington beat Phoenix and earn its sixth consecutive win.
Lauri Korpikoski scored two goals for Phoenix, which played its first game on the road since Jan. 7.
Alex Ovechkin had an empty-net goal with 5 seconds left for his 33rd of the season as Washington improved to 18-3-3 at home.
Michal Neuvirth made 28 saves for Washington in his first start since Jan. 13. Brooks Laich and Eric Fehr added Capitals goals.
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) - Tomas Vokoun stopped 39 shots for his second shutout in four games and Florida topped Toronto.
Kenndal McArdle netted his first NHL goal, and Cory Stillman also scored for the Panthers, who have earned at least one point in five straight home games.
Jonas Gustavsson made 20 saves for the Maple Leafs.
Vokoun has six shutouts this season and 37 in his career.
DETROIT (AP) - Brad Richardson scored with 7:57 left to break a tie, capping Los Angeles' rally from a two-goal deficit and lifting the Kings over Detroit.
Anze Kopitar had a goal and two assists for the Kings and Peter Harrold also scored. Wayne Simmonds had two assists and Jonathan Quick made 31 saves.
Valtterri Filppula and Todd Bertuzzi scored for Detroit. Jimmy Howard stopped 30 shots.