NHL ROUNDUP Wednesday's games
Canucks 4, Blue Jackets 4
COLUMBUS -- Darren Van Impe scored while killing a penalty -- his first goal in a Blue Jackets uniform -- with 2:26 remaining as Columbus rallied from a three-goal deficit. The Canucks took a 4-1 lead when Todd Bertuzzi, Sami Salo and Trevor Linden had goals in a span of 8:01 of the second period. Tyler Wright and Mike Sillinger scored later in the period to put Columbus back in the game. Trent Klatt had the other Canucks goal, and David Vyborny a goal and an assist for the Blue Jackets.
Devils 4, Capitals 1
WASHINGTON -- John Madden scored three goals, and New Jersey set a team record with at least one point in 14 consecutive games. Madden had two fast-break goals, one empty-netter and an assist, including the game-winning score set up on a turnover by Jaromir Jagr. Martin Brodeur made 27 saves. Turner Stevenson also scored for New Jersey, and Michael Nylander for the Capitals.
Senators 5, Rangers 3
NEW YORK -- Todd White's second power-play goal of the game -- midway through the final period -- proved decisive for Ottawa. White also assisted on Wade Redden's goal in the first period. Radek Bonk added a goal for Ottawa, and Daniel Alfredsson hit an empty net with 18 seconds remaining. New York's Bobby Holik and Eric Lindros scored on the power play, and Petr Nedved added a short-handed goal.
Maple Leafs 6, Panthers 0
SUNRISE, Fla. -- Toronto scored three goals in the first 4:11 of the second period, and Ed Belfour made 33 saves for his sixth shutout of the season. Mats Sundin, Wade Belak and Tomas Kaberle had Toronto goals. Robert Reichel, Shayne Corson and Jyrki Lumme also scored for the Leafs.
Wild 2, Blackhawks 1
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Minnesota's Dwayne Roloson stopped 21 shots, and Wes Walz scored the game-winning goal in the second period. Marian Gaborik came up empty on four shots, including a penalty shot in the first period. But he did pick up an assist on the game's first goal -- by Filip Kuba in the second period. Kyle Calder scored Chicago's lone goal, and Jocelyn Thibault made 23 saves for the Blackhawks.
Blues 2, Stars 2
DALLAS -- Bill Guerin scored with 1:30 remaining in regulation to earn a tie for the Stars. Mike Modano earned an assist on Guerin's 23rd goal. The assist was the 600th in Modano's career, allowing him to join Philadelphia's Jeremy Roenick as the only American-born players with 400 goals and 600 assists. Modano scored his 21st goal of the season -- and 437th of his career -- in the second period. Keith Tkachuk and Dallas Drake had goals for St. Louis.
Oilers 2, Mighty Ducks 1
EDMONTON, Alberta -- Rookies Alex Hemsky and Fernando Pisani scored less than three minutes apart in the third period for Edmonton. Tommy Salo made 25 saves for the Oilers. Petr Sykora had the lone goal for the Mighty Ducks.
Sharks 6, Hurricanes 2
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Brad Stuart scored his first goal in more than two months, and Patrick Marleau had three assists for San Jose. Scott Thornton and Vincent Damphousse had a goal and an assist apiece, and rookie Jonathan Cheechoo scored the first goal for San Jose. Defensemen Mike Rathje and Bryan Marchment also scored for the Sharks. Kevyn Adams and Josef Vasicek scored for Carolina.
Kings 4, Coyotes 3
LOS ANGELES -- Steve Heinze and Alexander Frolov scored first-period goals, and Mathieu Schneider connected on a power play for Los Angeles. Eric Rasmussen also scored, Bryan Smolinski had two assists, and Jamie Storr made 31 saves. Daniel Briere had a goal and an two assists for the Coyotes, who also got goals from Ramzi Abid and Daymond Langkow. Shane Doan had two assists.
-- Associated Press