NHL ROUNDUP Sunday's other games
Blue 3, Rangers 2
NEW YORK -- Scott Mellanby scored a goal and added an assist, and Doug Weight had two assists to lead the St. Louis Blues to victory over the New York Rangers. Weight has 14 points in the last seven games for the Blues, who got 23 saves from Fred Brathwaite. St. Louis extended its winning streak to eight games and is unbeaten in nine. New York is 2-6 in its last eight games. With Eric Lindros in the penalty box, Mellanby scored at 6:03 of the third period. Lindros, who saw limited ice time, was benched the rest of the way. Martin Rucinsky and Dallas Drake also scored for St. Louis. Brian Leetch and Mark Messier had New York's goals.
Stars 3, Red Wings 3
DETROIT -- Jason Williams' power-play goal with 6:19 left in regulation gave Detroit a tie with Dallas. Nicklas Lidstrom and Pavel Datsyuk also scored for the Red Wings. Ulf Dahlen gave Dallas a 3-2 lead 7:30 into the second period with his second goal of the game. He also assisted when Mike Modano tied it at 2.
Coyotes 2, Predators 1, OT
PHOENIX -- Daniel Briere blasted a power-play goal past Nashville's Tomas Vokoun 4:20 into overtime as Phoenix earned its first home win of the season. Vokoun had 43 saves, but couldn't deny the Coyotes on their eighth power play. It was the Predators' second overtime loss in as many nights, following a 6-5 defeat in Los Angeles on Saturday. Nashville, the only NHL team without an overtime loss (5-0-13) last season, is 0-0-1-4 in overtime this season. Denis Arkhipov had a power-play goal for the Predators, and Landon Wilson scored for the Coyotes, who were 0-3 at home. Brian Boucher earned his 50th career win by stopping 24 shots.
Oilers 4, Blackhawks 1
CHICAGO -- Anson Carter scored twice, and Tommy Salo stopped 24 shots as Edmonton beat Chicago. Ryan Smyth and Shawn Horcoff also scored for the Oilers, who have earned points in four straight games (2-0-1-1). Kyle Calder scored for Chicago, which has been outscored 9-2 in losing two straight. Blackhawks goalie Jocelyn Thibault made 24 saves behind spotty defensive support.
Sharks 4, Mighty Ducks 3
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Mike Ricci broke open a tie game with two power-play goals -- both on deflections -- as San Jose beat Anaheim. Owen Nolan had a shorthanded goal and Teemu Selanne also scored to help the Sharks end a three-game losing streak. It was the first victory of the season for Evgeni Nabokov, who made 16 saves in his fourth start since ending a five-game holdout. Petr Sykora, Steve Rucchin and rookie Stanislav Chistov scored for Anaheim, which had a potential game-tying goal disallowed with 9:53 left after the video goal judge ruled that Sykora redirected Ruslan Salei's wrist shot with a high stick.
-- Associated Press