Monday, February 17, 2003
Red Wings 4, Sabres 2
DETROIT -- Sergei Fedorov scored twice as Detroit won two games in a row for the first time since Dec. 28. Jason Woolley and Igor Larionov scored the Red Wings' other goals, Brendan Shanahan and Nicklas Lidstrom each had two assists, and Curtis Joseph made 31 saves.
Predators 2, Islanders 0
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tomas Vokoun turned back 36 shots to give Nashville its first shutout of the season. It was the seventh career shutout for Vokoun. Nashville scored a pair of first-period goals, but Islanders goaltender Garth Snow made 22 saves in the last two periods and 30 for the game. Vladimir Orszagh opened the scoring and Andreas Johansson scored the second goal.
Kings 4, Flames 2
LOS ANGELES -- Ziggy Palffy had a goal and two assists as Los Angeles did all its scoring on the power play. Palffy's three points raised his career total to 600. Joe Corvo and Derek Armstrong each had a goal and an assist and Steve Heinze also scored for the Kings, who have won five of six games. Jarome Iginla scored a short-handed goal and a power-play goal for the Flames.
Flyers 4, Blues 3, OT
ST. LOUIS -- Michal Handzus scored on a rebound at 2:02 of overtime as Philadelphia rallied from a three-goal deficit. Jeremy Roenick and Kim Johnsson scored on consecutive shots in the third period to force overtime. Handzus beat Brent Johnson for his 16th goal as the Flyers outshot the Blues 3-2 in the extra period, with Johnsson assisting on the play. Alexander Khavanov had a goal and an assist for the Blues.
Canucks 2, Avalanche 1, OT
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Brendan Morrison scored 1:58 into overtime. Todd Bertuzzi's 30th goal tied it on a power play with 3:31 remaining in the third. Milan Hejduk scored late in the second period and Patrick Roy made 24 saves as Colorado had its win streak snapped at six games.
Senators 2, Oilers 0
OTTAWA -- Patrick Lalime stopped 24 shots for his second consecutive shutout and league-leading seventh of the season. Marian Hossa scored his third goal in as many games and his 36th this season, and Magnus Arvedson added his ninth.
-- Associated Press