NHL roundup: Ducks rally past the Avalanche

Ryan Getzlaf had the tying goal in the third period and set up Corey Perry’s second of the game at 4:14 of overtime as the Ducks beat the Colorado Avalanche, 4-3, Sunday night in Anaheim, Calif., for their sixth straight victory and 10th in 11 games.

Teemu Selanne scored his 668th career goal, tying Luc Robitaille for 11th place on the NHL list. It was his 250th power-play goal, breaking a tie with Phil Esposito for third place.

Defenseman Francois Beauchemin had a career-high four assists.

Penguins 5, Lightning 3 — Sidney Crosby had two goals and an assist to lead host Pittsburgh past Tampa Bay in its first game since Evgeni Malkin was injured.

Beau Bennett scored his first career goal to help Pittsburgh take over sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division.

Red Wings 8, Canucks 3 Damien Brunner had two goals and two assists and Joakim Andersson scored twice for host Detroit, which toppled Vancouver.


Daniel Sedin scored twice for the Canucks.

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Blackhawks 1, Blue Jackets 0 — Corey Crawford made 28 saves, and Andrew Shaw scored the only goal as host Chicago stretched its NHL-record, season-opening point streak to 18 games with a victory over Columbus.

Shaw provided all the offense in the second period for Blackhawks (15-0-3), who haven’t lost in regulation this season.

Hurricanes 4, Islanders 2 — Defenseman Bobby Sanguinetti’s first NHL goal snapped a tie midway through the third period, and visiting Carolina rallied to beat New York and snap a three-game losing streak.

Sanguinetti, a 24-year-old former first-round draft pick of the New York Rangers, has battled injuries throughout his career.

Flames 5, Coyotes 4 — Jarome Iginla scored twice and host Calgary had goals 23 seconds apart in the final two minutes to rally for a victory over Phoenix.

After Iginla’s second goal tied the score with 1:23 remaining, Curtis Glencross got the game-winner for the Flames.


Jets 4, Devils 2 — Evander Kane scored a breakaway goal in the second period, and Andrew Ladd added insurance in the third to lift Winnipeg over host New Jersey.