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PITTSBURGH (AP) -Evgeni Malkin scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period after former linemate Pascal Dupuis tied it, and the Pittsburgh Penguins remained unbeaten since the Olympic break by beating the Boston Bruins 2-1 on Sunday.

Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 21 shots by the NHL's lowest-scoring team to help the Penguins end Boston's five-game road winning streak. Boston is 1-1 during a season-high seven-game road trip.

Malkin's 23rd goal was a wrist shot through traffic from the right circle less than 90 seconds into the third period. Malkin has at least one point in 16 of 17 games.

Bruins center Marc Savard was carried off the ice on a stretcher after being leveled Matt Cooke in the third period.

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Jarome Iginla had his 10th career hat trick and Vesa Toskala made 27 saves in his first start since being traded to Calgary.

Rene Bourque and Mark Giordano also scored for the Flames, who stayed within a point of Detroit for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.

Guillaume Latendresse scored twice for the Wild.

Iginla also scored in the third on another slap shot during a 5-on-3 power play. He added an empty-net goal with 1:33 left.

CHICAGO (AP) - Pavel Datsyuk capped a five-goal second period and Detroit rallied to beat Chicago, spoiling a hat track by the Blackhawks' Andrew Ladd.

Brian Rafalski, Nicklas Lidstrom, Jason Williams and Valtteri Filppula also scored in the second period for Detroit, which came back from a 2-0 deficit to win for the fourth time in five games.

Duncan Keith opened the scoring for Chicago at the 4:24 mark before Ladd made it 2-0, firing in a one-timer from the right circle off a turnover.

The Blackhawks' meltdown began after an apparent goal by Patrick Kane early in the second period was disallowed because Chicago's Dustin Byfuglien bumped into goalie Jimmy Howard.

NEW YORK (AP) - Patrick Kaleta banked in a rebound off goalie Henrik Lundqvist 2:22 into overtime to snap Buffalo's road losing streak at eight games.

Adam Mair gave Buffalo a 1-0 lead with 5:57 left in regulation, and Brandon Dubinsky tied it for New York with 1:23 remaining.

New York had gone 149 minutes, 30 seconds without a goal, dating to the second period of a 5-4 home loss in overtime to Pittsburgh on Thursday night.

ATLANTA (AP) - Manny Legace made 27 saves for Carolina's first shutout of the season, and Jussi Jokinen had a goal and an assist.

Legace improved to 9-5-2 with his 24th NHL shutout and first since April 5, 2008, for St. Louis against Columbus.

Carolina has won eight of nine overall. After losing its first 13 road games of the season, Carolina has won five of its last seven away from home.

Brandon Sutter, Joni Pitkanen and Rod Brind'Amour also scored.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Jannik Hansen scored the go-ahead goal with just under 6 minutes left in the third period for Vancouver.

Mikael Samuelsson, Alexander Edler and Henrik Sedin also scored for Vancouver, which has won three of its last four. The Canucks are 7-5-0 so far on their franchise-high 14-game trip.

Jason Arnott and Jordin Tootoo had goals for the Predators, who have dropped back-to-back games after winning their previous three.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Simon Gagne and Danny Briere scored in a 1:16 span in the second period, and Michael Leighton made 27 saves for Philadelphia.

Jeff Carter scored his 30th goal to help the Flyers break a two-game losing streak in their first home game after the Olympic break. Nikolai Kulemin scored for Toronto.

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