PHILADELPHIA -- Braydon Coburn broke a tie 3:33 into the third period, and Steve Mason made the lead stand up as the Philadelphia Flyers beat the New York Rangers 2-1 on Thursday night for their second win of the season.
Matt Read scored a short-handed goal and added an assist, and Mason made 30 saves for Philadelphia (2-7), which snapped a four-game losing streak. The Flyers are still off to their worst start through nine games.
New York's Cam Talbot was solid in net in his NHL debut, making 25 saves in place of injured regular Henrik Lundqvist, but the Rangers (2-6) lost for the fifth time in six games. They have one game left on their season-starting, nine-game road trip.
CANUCKS 3, DEVILS 2, SO
NEWARK, N.J. -- Mike Santorelli scored the only goal in the shootout to help Vancouver edge New Jersey.
In a matchup of former goaltending teammates, Roberto Luongo got the best of Cory Schneider -- who used to be his backup in Vancouver. Luongo turned aside Travis Zajac, Adam Henrique and Patrik Elias in the tiebreaker to make Santorelli's goal stand up.
The Devils took a 1-0 lead just 5:05 into the game when Andrei Lokotonov found Elias for his third goal. Ryan Kesler tied it at 6:07 with his fifth goal.
New Jersey (1-5-4) went back in front with a power-play goal 3:34 later on Eric Gelinas' first NHL goal. Gelinas was called up from Albany of the AHL on Wednesday.
But Vancouver tied it at 2 with 7:23 left in the second when Daniel Sedin netted his fourth of the season.
Luongo made 28 saves before the shootout. Schneider stopped 19.
It was the second straight road win after regulation for the Canucks, who beat the New York Islanders in overtime on Tuesday.
BRUINS 2, SHARKS 1
BOSTON -- David Krejci tipped in a shot with 0.8 seconds left in the third period as Boston sent San Jose to its first regulation loss of the season.
Krejci, positioned in the slot, tipped defenseman Adam McQuaid's shot from the point between Niemi's pads for the game-winner.
The Sharks (8-1-1) tied the game 18 seconds into the third period.
LIGHTNING 6, BLACKHAWKS 5, OT
St. Louis netted the game-winner from in-close. The Tampa Bay captain also had an assist and moved past Neal Broten (923) for 93rd place on the NHL career points list.
Steven Stamkos scored a tiebreaking power-play goal as Tampa Bay took a 5-4 lead with 2:29 left in regulation.
Chicago's Jonathan Toews was credited with the tying goal with 1:49 remaining after the Lightning put the puck into their own net.
WILD 3, HURRICANES 1
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Nino Niederreiter and Zach Parise scored for Minnesota with the first two shots of the season against Carolina fill-in goalie Justin Peters, and the Wild won despite losing their own starting goalie to injury.
Cam Ward was hurt just 4:07 into the game, an unspecified lower-body injury that forced the Hurricanes to send Peters in cold. He stopped 19 shots after settling in, but his rough start was costly.
Alexander Semin's power-play goal in the second period pulled the Hurricanes within one, but they couldn't muster any more in the final frame against Niklas Backstrom, who relieved starter Josh Harding in net.
Dany Heatley got his first goal of the season in the closing seconds, an empty-netter on a power play, to clinch the Wild's second straight win. They are 4-0-2 at home.
CANADIENS 4, DUCKS 1
MONTREAL -- Carey Price made 31 saves in Montreal's one-sided victory over Anaheim.
After pressure by the Canadiens to start the game, Bournival scored his second of the season to put Montreal ahead 1-0 at 11:39 of the first period.
Bournival tipped a blue-line shot from Nathan Beaulieu past Hiller. The assist was Beaulieu's first point in his fourth game this season.
Plekanec added to the Canadiens' lead five minutes later with his fifth of the season.
Former Canadiens captain Saku Koivu returned to Montreal for just the second time since signing with the Ducks in 2009.
PREDATORS 3, JETS 2
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Craig Smith scored at 4:43 of overtime to give Nashville a win over Winnipeg.
STARS 5, FLAMES 1
The shot was originally ruled no goal, but a video review showed that the puck reached the net before bouncing out. Dallas stretched its lead to 4-1 within the next 1:01.
Just 18 seconds after Chiasson's second goal of the game and fifth this season, Benn's shot from the left circle went in for his second of the season.
Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen returned after missing five games because of a leg injury and stopped 28 shots. Dallas had lost four of five without him.
Ramo made 29 saves.
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