Red Wings 5, Sharks 4
DETROIT -- Brett Hull became the sixth player in league history to score 700 goals. Wayne Gretzky (894), Gordie Howe (801), Marcel Dionne (731), Phil Esposito (717) and Mike Gartner (708) are the others in the 700-goal club. Only Gretzky got there quicker than Hull. Patrick Boileau beat Evgeny Nabokov high to the stick side from the right circle for his second career goal with 2:37 remaining to win it. Hull's big goal was a one-time wrist shot from the bottom of the left circle that slipped through Nabokov's pads. Pavel Datsyuk set up Hull for the goal with a cross-ice pass. Hull, the son of Hall of Famer Bobby Hull, went seven games without scoring after reaching 699. Kris Draper, Brendan Shanahan and Henrik Zetterberg got the other Detroit goals. Mark Smith, Brad Stuart, Owen Nolan and Scott Thornton scored for San Jose.
Wild 1, Flyers 0
PHILADELPHIA -- Manny Fernandez, making his first start since missing 13 games with an injured right knee, got his seventh career shutout. Fernandez, who was hurt against Los Angeles on Jan. 6, turned away 30 shots. The Wild tied a franchise-record with their 12th road victory in their 27th game away from home. In his first shutout of the season, Fernandez was rarely tested. A tenacious Minnesota defense helped send the Flyers to their eighth shutout loss of the season. Pascal Dupuis scored the only goal.
Canucks 2, Blackhawks 1
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Markus Naslund's NHL-leading 37th goal early in the third-period lifted the Canucks. Trent Klatt scored in the second period and Dan Cloutier made 22 saves as Vancouver extended its unbeaten streak to seven games. Mark Bell spoiled Cloutier's shutout bid with 42 seconds remaining. Todd Bertuzzi drew an assist on Naslund's goal to extend his points streak to 11 games, the longest active streak in the league.