NHL ROUNDUP Thursday's games
Flyers 4, Canadiens 1
PHILADELPHIA -- Joe Sacco, playing in his first game with Philadelphia, scored the tie-breaker early in the third period. Michal Handzus flipped in a wrist shot from the slot with 4:09 remaining to make it 3-1, and Chris Therien scored an empty-net goal with 13 seconds to go.
Senators 3, Mighty Ducks 1
OTTAWA -- Martin Prusek came within 5:41 of recording Ottawa's fourth straight shutout and Marian Hossa scored his 29th and 30th goals as the Senators increased their league-leading points total to 64. Prusek stopped 23 of 24 shots, extending Ottawa's team-record shutout streak to 244 minutes, 47 seconds before allowing Stanislav Chistov's power-play goal with less than six minutes remaining. Hossa, named to the Eastern Conference All-Star team during the game, scored his 12th power-play goal of the season in the first period and added his second of the game 4:27 into the third.
Wild 5, Canucks 2
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Pascal Dupuis recorded the first two-goal game of his career and Marian Gaborik had a goal and three assists to lead Minnesota. Gaborik broke his seven-game goalless streak with an empty-net goal with 1:58 to play.
Islanders 3, Blues 2, OT
ST. LOUIS -- Oleg Kvasha scored on a backhander with 3:01 to go in overtime. Pavol Demitra forced overtime when he scored with 3:51 to go in regulation off a goalie-freezing setup from Al MacInnis as the Blues rallied from a two-goal deficit. Cory Stillman also scored for the Blues.
Red Wings 4, Avalanche 2
DENVER -- Brendan Shanahan scored two goals in the third period as Detroit won in a rematch of last year's Western Conference finals.
Oilers 2, Kings 0
EDMONTON, Alberta -- Tommy Salo made 22 saves for his fourth shutout of the season. Shawn Horcoff and Ryan Smyth scored for the Oilers.
Predators 2, Flames 2
CALGARY, Alberta -- Jarome Iginla scored the tying goal and added an assist as Calgary ended a four-game losing streak. Adam Hall's power-play goal had given Nashville its second one-goal lead of the night at 4:42 of the third period. Vladimir Orszagh also scored for the Predators, who are winless in three (0-2-1-0).
Sharks 2, Sabres 2
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Jonathan Cheechoo and Patrick Marleau scored 87 seconds apart in the third period for San Jose, but Chris Gratton's first goal in 14 games gave Buffalo a tie. James Patrick's power-play goal 30 seconds into the third snapped a scoreless duel between San Jose goalie Evgeni Nabokov, who made 23 saves, and Buffalo rookie Ryan Miller, who stopped 31 shots.