ROUNDUP | Thursday's other games
Lightning 5, Hurricanes 4
TAMPA, Fla. -- Martin St. Louis had the second hat trick of his career and Dave Andreychuk got his 1,300th point, leading Tampa Bay. St. Louis scored all three of his goals during the Lightning's five-goal first period, matching the three-goal performance the All-Star forward had against Carolina on Jan. 30, 2003. Andreychuk scored the 622nd goal of his 22-year career in the period, making him the 25th player in NHL history with 1,300 points. That gave the Lightning a 5-1 lead, and it turned out Tampa Bay goalie Nikolai Khabibulin needed every bit of the cushion. Carolina scored three straight goals, pulling to 5-4 on Josef Vasicek's shot with 10:23 remaining.
Predators 4, Coyotes 3
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Scott Hartnell scored a power-play goal with 47 seconds remaining. Andrew Hutchinson, Marek Zidlicky and Martin Erat also scored for the Predators, who got 21 saves from Tomas Vokoun. Daymond Langkow, Daniel Cleary and Brian Savage scored for the Coyotes.
Devils 3, Rangers 3
NEW YORK -- Matthew Barnaby scored with 1:49 remaining in regulation to lift New York into the tie. New Jersey appeared to be on its way to the win after Sergei Brylin scored to snap a third-period tie. Martin Brodeur made 30 saves in his 50th straight start against the Rangers, who are 1-21-13-1 versus the Devils since Feb. 17, 1997. Mike Dunham made 30 stops for New York, which also got goals from Anson Carter and Chad Wiseman. New Jersey's Scott Niedermayer assisted on goals by Erik Rasmussen and Jay Pandolfo.
Bruins 1, Sabres 0
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Felix Potvin made 27 saves for his 31st career shutout and Sergei Samsonov scored for Boston. Boston extended its winning streak to five games and its unbeaten streak to seven (6-0-1-0). Mika Noronen made 24 saves for Buffalo, which had its home unbeaten streak stopped at seven games.
Islanders 4, Senators 4
OTTAWA -- Todd White, Martin Havlat and Zdeno Chara scored in the third period to help Ottawa overcome a four-goal deficit. Patrick Lalime made 34 saves for the Senators, who earned a point for the 14th time in their last 15 games (10-1-4). Michael Peca scored twice, and Mattias Weinhandl and Mariusz Czerkawski had power-play goals as New York built a 4-0 lead 14:13 into the second. Ottawa rookie Josh Langfeld scored for the second straight game at 14:30, just 17 seconds after Peca's second goal, to draw the Senators within three.
Avalanche 4, Stars 1
DENVER -- Peter Forsberg scored twice, David Aebischer stopped 29 shots and Colorado won its fourth straight. Brad Larsen scored his first goal in nearly two years and Dan Hinote added his fourth of the season for the Avalanche, 9-1-2-1 in their past 13 games. Sergei Zubov scored for Dallas.
Oilers 1, Mighty Ducks 0
EDMONTON, Alberta -- Tommy Salo made 28 saves, Ales Hemksy scored and Edmonton extended Anaheim's winless streak to eight games. Hemksy scored in the first period and Salo got his second shutout in four games for the Oilers. Anaheim, which hasn't won since a 3-1 victory at Carolina on New Year's Eve, is 0-5-3-0 in its last eight games.
Sharks 3, Canucks 1
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Alex Korolyuk had a goal and an assist, and Evgeni Nabokov made 34 saves to help San Jose. Alyn McCauley and Jonathan Cheechoo also scored for the Sharks. NHL scoring leader Markus Naslund got the only goal for the Canucks, whose franchise-record eight-game road winning streak was snapped.
-- Associated Press