Devils 2, Lightning 1: Jaromir Jagr became the NHL's leader in game-winning goals, scoring on a second-period breakaway to give the Devils a victory over Tampa Bay in Newark, N.J.
The 684th goal of Jagr's 20-year NHL career, gave him 119 game-winners, putting him one ahead of Hall of Famer Phil Esposito.
"At least I have one record," said Jagr, who also owns the record for overtime goals. "(Wayne) Gretzky has all the other ones. But it's a big accomplishment. You have to be pretty lucky to score at the right time. That's the way I think my body is built. I don't get much tired so I was scoring a lot of goals in the third period. That's why I got a lot of game-winning goals."
Coyotes 3, Kings 1: Mike Smith stopped 41 shots, Kyle Chipchura had a goal and an assist, and Phoenix rebounded from a lopsided loss to Los Angeles by beating the Kings in Glendale, Ariz.
Ducks 3, Flyers 2: Kyle Palmieri scored two straight goals in the third period to rally Anaheim past the Flyers in Philadelphia. Andrew Cogliano also scored for the Ducks and Jonas Hiller had 26 saves.
Blackhawks 6, Senators 5: Jonathan Toews had three goals and an assist, Corey Crawford made 14 saves in relief of an ineffective Nikolai Khabibulin and the Blackhawks beat Ottawa in Chicago.
Blues 3, Jets 2: Alexander Steen scored a power-play goal with 59.4 seconds left to break a tie as the Blues beat Winnipeg in St. Louis.
Rangers 3, Islanders 2: Benoit Pouliot and Ryan McDonagh scored third-period goals, and the Rangers rallied for a victory over the Islanders in Uniondale, N.Y.
Canadiens 2, Stars 1: In Montreal, Rene Bourque scored in the second period and Carey Price made 26 saves and the Canadiens downed Dallas.
Maple Leafs 4, Oilers 0: Phil Kessel had two goals and two assists as Toronto defeated the Oilers in Edmonton, Alberta.
Flames: Defenseman Mark Giordano is out six to eight weeks with a broken ankle.
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