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Monday, Jan. 14
N.Y. Rangers at Pittsburgh (7 p.m. EST). The Rangers are 2-4-1 in their last seven games.
-Marek Svatos, Avalanche, scored two goals in the third period to lead Colorado to a 5-4 victory over Carolina.
-Nick Tarnasky and Brad Richards, Lightning, each scored two goals, and Tampa Bay beat Florida 5-3.
-Daniel Alfredsson, Senators, scored his second power-play goal of the game with 2:56 remaining to lift Ottawa to a 3-2 win over Detroit
-Nikolai Zherdev, Blue Jackets, scored the lone shootout goal and set up the tying goal in regulation to help Columbus to a 2-1 victory over Nashville.
-Aaron Ward, Bruins, scored 43 seconds into overtime to lift Boston past Philadelphia 4-3.
Joe Pavelski deflected home the go-ahead goal with 9:39 to play, and San Jose rallied from a two-goal deficit in the third period for their seventh win in eight games, 3-2 over Toronto on Saturday night. The Maple Leafs have won just two of its 13 games over the last four weeks.
RALLY IN RALEIGH
Marek Svatos capped a third-period rally with two goals in about 2 minutes, and the Avalanche rallied three times from two-goal deficits to beat the Carolina Hurricanes 5-4 in their first visit to Tobacco Road in exactly five years.
Atlanta snapped Pittsburgh's eight-game winning streak with a 3-2 shootout victory on Saturday night. ... The New York Rangers beat Montreal 4-1 to end their five-game losing streak. ... Columbus ended a 12-game losing streak against the Nashville Predators with a 2-1 victory.
Patrik Elias and Zach Parise scored shootout goals in New Jersey's 3-2 win over Buffalo on Saturday night, extending the Sabres' winless streak to nine games. Buffalo dropped to 0-4-5 in its past nine, and lost its third straight game by shootout.
STRONG IN DEFEAT
Daniel Paille to score twice in Buffalo's 3-2 shootout loss to New Jersey on Saturday night. ... Sidney Crosby scored two goals but the Penguins lost to Atlanta 3-2 in a shootout.
``We found a way to win. Call it whatever you want, but two points is two points.'' - Sergei Brylin after New Jersey's 3-2 shootout victory over Buffalo on Saturday night.