PRAGUE, Czech Republic (AP) -Wade Redden and Scott Gomez each scored second-period goals and the New York Rangers rallied to beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 Sunday to sweep their two-game, season-opening series in Europe.
The Lightning had only three shots on goal in the opening period, but went up 1-0 when Adam Hall scored after Henrik Lundqvist partially blocked Andrej Meszaros' shot with 1:43 remaining.
Redden tied it with a power-play goal 3:47 into the second period when he blasted a shot past goalie Olaf Kolzig off a pass from Markus Naslund.
Gomez made it 2-1 at 12:12 of the second period.
Kolzig made 37 saves, and Lundqvist stopped 18 shots. Kolzig played his first NHL game with a different team after spending his first 16 seasons with the Washington Capitals. He made 23 saves before Redden finally got a puck past him.
The Rangers also won 2-1 on Saturday in the season opener.
Senators 3, Penguins 1
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) - Dany Heatley scored two more goals and captain Daniel Alfredsson had two assists for Ottawa, which beat Pittsburgh.
on Saturday, helped Ottawa take three of four points during the season-opening European series.
Alex Goligoski spoiled Ottawa goalie Alex Auld's shutout bid with a power-play goal just 2 seconds before the final buzzer in front of another sold-out crowd of 13,699 at the Globe Arena.
Penguins captain Sidney Crosby set up Goligoski's goal.
Antoine Vermette made it 3-0 with 4:10 left of the game, skating in alone and beating goalie Marc-Andre Fleury with a low shot.

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