SCOREBOARD
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Philadelphia at Ottawa (7:30 p.m. EST). The Flyers have lost a season-high seven straight.

STARS
Monday
- Chris Osgood and Henrik Zetterberg, Red Wings. Osgood stopped 18 shots for his 47th career shutout and Zetterberg scored two goals in a 4-0 win over Colorado.
- Mikael Tellqvist, Coyotes, stopped 34 shots for his sixth career shutout and Phoenix beat Los Angeles 4-0.

SURGING
New Jersey improved to 6-1-2 in its last nine games after a 5-1 win over Carolina on Monday. The Devils, with 73 points, are atop the Atlantic Division and are tied with Ottawa and Montreal for most points in the conference.

BEDEVILED
Carolina lost 5-1 to the Devils on Monday, dropping the Hurricanes to 4-2 in their last six games - with both losses in routs at New Jersey. The Devils beat the Hurricanes 6-1 in the Prudential Center on Feb. 9 and are 8-1 in the last nine against Carolina.

STREAKING
The New York Islanders rallied for a 3-2 win at home against San Jose on Monday to earn their fourth straight victory, tying their best stretch of the season.

SNAPPED
Detroit stopped a six-game losing streak, beating Colorado 4-0 on Monday.

SPEAKING
``We can't be running the superstars out of our game. If you want to have a good, clean hit, go out there and have a good, clean hit. I have no problem with that. But when the elbows are up, when you hit probably one of the best defensemen to play the game, it's a joke in my mind. So the message is similar: The next time anyone runs one of our guys the way it shouldn't be done, then the message will be sent. Fair justice is fair justice.'' - Detroit's Aaron Downey after Niklas Lidstrom was hurt by Colorado's Ian Laperriere in the first period of the Red Wings' 4-0 win on Monday night.
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