LOS ANGELES (AP) -Michal Handzus scored his second goal of the game 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 Detroit 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 franchise's eight-game winning streaks in 1991-92 and 1972-73.
Handzus also had an assist, giving him six points in the last two games.
Henrik Zetterberg scored twice for Detroit, and Valtteri Filppula added a goal. The Red Wings have lost nine of their last 12 games.
TORONTO (AP) - Jean-Sebastien Giguere became the first goalie in Toronto history to have shutouts in his first two games with the team, stopping 30 shots to help the Maple Leafs end Ottawa's team-record winning streak at 11.
Acquired in a trade with Anaheim on Jan. 31, Giguere beat New Jersey 3-0 on Tuesday night in his Maple Leafs debut. Phil Kessel and Luke Schenn each had two goals and an assist, and Tyler Bozak also scored for the Maple Leafs.
BOSTON (AP) - Pavel Demitra tied it on a tip-in with 4:42 left and scored the only shootout goal 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.
Zdeno Chara and Michael Ryder scored first-period power-play goals for Boston, and Mason Raymond scored in the second for Vancouver.
DALLAS (AP) - Marty Turco made 34 shots for his 39th career shutout, rookie Jamie Benn had his first two-goal game, and Dallas snapped road-weary's season-best winning streak at six games.
James Neal scored his team-high 23rd goal, Loui Eriksson scored short-handed for his 22nd goal of the season, and the Stars improved to 10-2 in their last 12 home games in the second meeting between the teams in Texas in less than a week.
MONTREAL (AP) - Brian Gionta had two goals and an assist, and Jaroslav Halak made 18 saves in Montreal's third straight victory.
Tomas Plekanec, Scott Gomez and Mathieu Darche also scored for the Canadiens. Pascal Dupuis, Bill Guerin and Evgeni Malkin scored for Pittsburgh.
ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta newcomer Niclas Bergfors scored the go-ahead goal with 4:26 left and the Thrashers beat Florida to end a three-game losing streak.
Bergfors, playing his second game for the Thrashers after joining the team in a trade that sent superstar Ilya Kovalchuk to New Jersey, scored on a 15-foot blast that went between goalie Tomas Vokoun's leg.
Evander Kane added an empty-net goal for Atlanta, his 12th, with 1:14 left.
Radek Dvorak scored twice in the first period to give Florida a 2-0 lead, but the Thrashers' Max Afinogenov and Bryan Little countered in the second.
NEW YORK (AP) - Henrik Lundqvist made 41 saves, and Ryan Callahan, Marian Gaborik and Chris Drury scored second-period goals for New York.
The Rangers ended a two-game losing streak with only their second win in nine games. Dainius Zubrus scored for New Jersey.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Andrej Meszaros scored 1:58 into overtime to give Tampa Bay its seventh victory in 10 games.
Steven Stamkos also scored, and Antero Niittymaki made 25 saves to improve to 6-0-1 over his last seven starts. Mark Giordano scored for Calgary.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Steve Mason stopped 28 shots for his third shutout of the season for Columbus, and Rick Nash and Raffi Torres scored against the NHL's top penalty-killing team.
Anton Stralman had a goal and an assist, and Milan Jurcina scored his first for the Blue Jackets while snapping an 87-game goal-less streak. Jake Voracek tied a career high with three assists.
UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - Justin Peters made 34 saves in his NHL debut, and Jussi Jokinen, Patrick Dwyer and Joni Pitkanen scored for Carolina.
Frans Nielsen had a short-handed goal for New York.