SCOREBOARD
Tuesday, Jan. 15
San Jose at Phoenix (9:30 p.m. EST). The Sharks had a 10-game road winning streak ended by Anaheim on Sunday.

STARS
Monday
-Evgeni Malkin and Ty Conklin, Penguins. Malkin scored three goals for the second time in 11 days and Conklin made a career-high 43 saves to lead Pittsburgh over the New York Rangers 4-1.

HOT
Sidney Crosby had two assists in Pittsburgh's 4-1 win over the New York Rangers on Monday, helping the Penguins win their sixth straight at home and improve to 9-0-1 in their last 10 games overall. Ty Conklin stopped 43 shots for Pittsburgh to run his record to 10-0-1 this season.

STREAKING
Evgeni Malkin scored three times to help Pittsburgh down the New York Rangers 4-1 on Monday and extend his point streak to six games. Malkin started his streak with a three-goal game against Toronto on Jan. 3.

STRUGGLING
The New York Rangers fell to Pittsburgh 4-1 on Monday for their sixth loss in seven games and fourth straight road loss.

ATLANTA-BOUND
Boston center Marc Savard was selected Monday to the Eastern Conference team for the NHL All-Star Game on Jan. 27 in Atlanta. Savard will take the place of Ottawa forward Dany Heatley, who is out four to six weeks after suffering a separated shoulder Saturday against Detroit. Savard leads the Bruins with 47 points on 11 goals and 36 assists.

OUT
Minnesota placed defenseman Sean Hill on injured reserve Monday with a sprained ankle. Hill, who was hurt in Friday's game at Chicago, has two assists and 11 shots on goal in 21 games in his first season with the Wild.

SPEAKING
``You can have some tough luck around the other team's net and not score and be snake-bitten. I feel we weren't destined for one tonight.'' - Rangers coach Tom Renney, after New York reached the 40-shot mark for the third straight game but fell to Pittsburgh 4-1 on Monday.

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