Bruins 6, Canadiens 3

Bruins 6, Canadiens 3
BOSTON -- Martin Lapointe scored his first goal since the second game of the season and Jeff Hackett stopped 28 shots against his former team. Glen Murray, P.J. Axelsson, Nick Boynton, Kris Vernarsky and Joe Thornton scored Boston's other goals. Brian Rolston had three assists for the Bruins, 4-1-0-1 in their last six games. Former Bruins Mariusz Czerkawski and Joe Juneau had Montreal's goals, with Czerkawski collecting a pair.
Flyers 2, Senators 2
OTTAWA -- Eric Chouinard scored in the first period and assisted on Jeremy Roenick's goal in the second for Philadelphia. Flyers goalie Roman Cechmanek made 43 saves as Ottawa outshot Philadelphia 45-30 overall, including a 19-11 margin in the opening period. Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson had two assists, setting up first-period goals by Zdeno Chara and Todd White.
Maple Leafs 3, Lightning 2, OT
TAMPA, Fla. -- Nik Antropov scored a rebound goal with 1:11 remaining in overtime. Trevor Kidd made 34 saves for Toronto. Jonas Hoglund and Mikael Renberg had the other Toronto goals. Ruslan Fedotenko and Dave Andreychuk scored for Tampa Bay.
Avalanche 1, Red Wings 0
DETROIT -- Patrick Roy recorded his 64th career shutout, tying him with Toronto's Ed Belfour for the most by any active goaltender. Alex Tanguay scored for the Avalanche, who left Brett Hull waiting to join the 700-goal club. Hull has not scored in six games. Roy made 28 saves and earned a shutout against the Red Wings for the first time.
Blues 4, Rangers 4, OT
ST. LOUIS -- Keith Tkachuk and Mikael Samuelsson scored two goals apiece, and each got one late in the third period. Pavol Demitra had a goal and two assists for the Blues. Steve Martins also scored for the Central Division leaders, who finished with Fred Brathwaite in the net. New York got two assists from Matthew Barnaby, Bobby Holik got his 250th career goal and Boris Mironov also scored for the Rangers.
Blackhawks 2, Flames 2
CALGARY, Alberta -- Chris Drury scored the tying goal and goaltender Jamie McLennan made 30 saves, including 10 in overtime for Calgary. Kyle Calder put Chicago ahead 2-1 at 7:19 of the third period. Jarome Iginla also scored for Calgary, and Lyle Odelein scored for Chicago.

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