LOS ANGELES (AP) -Michal Handzus scored his second goal on a rebound with 2:21 to play, and the Los Angeles Kings furiously rallied from a three-goal deficit to set a franchise record with their ninth straight victory, 4-3 over the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday.
Alexander Frolov, Handzus and Ryan Smyth scored in the second period after Los Angeles fell behind 3-0 in the first. Jonathan Quick made 20 saves for the Kings, who surpassed the Second Six franchise's eight-game winning streaks during the 1991-92 and 1972-73 seasons.
Henrik Zetterberg scored two goals for the Red Wings, who lost for the ninth time in 12 games while losing three players, including forward Tomas Holmstrom, to injuries. Valtteri Filppula also scored for Detroit, and Jimmy Howard made 23 saves.
Handzus also had an assist, giving him six points in the surging Kings' last two games.
BOSTON (AP) - Pavel Demitra tied the game on a tip-in with 4:42 left and scored the only goal of the shootout to help Vancouver hand Boston its 10th straight loss.
The defeat was the ninth in a row at home for the Bruins. Both streaks are the second-longest in club history.
The Canucks ended a two-game skid on the fourth stop of the longest road swing in NHL history, a 14-game trip caused by the Olympics.
Roberto Luongo stopped all three Bruins shootout shots, and Demitra beat rookie Tuukka Rask on Vancouver's first attempt.
The Bruins blew a two-goal lead for the third time in four games, losing all three in shootouts.
Zdeno Chara and Michael Ryder scored first-period power-play goals for Boston.
Mason Raymond scored in the second period for Vancouver.
MONTREAL (AP) - Brian Gionta had two goals and an assist and Jaroslav Halak made 18 saves to win his third straight start, leading the Canadiens to the victory.
Gionta beat Brent Johnson for his second goal of the game and 16th of the season to put Montreal up by three 10:47 into the third.
Tomas Plekanec, Scott Gomez and Mathieu Darche also scored for the Canadiens, who have won three straight.
Pascal Dupuis, Bill Guerin and Evgeni Malkin scored for Pittsburgh, which had won two in a row and four of five.
Marc-Andre Fleury, who was replaced by Johnson after Darche's goal, made 24 saves. Johnson stopped three shots.