Trent Klatt and Eric Lindros scored two goals in less than two minutes of the third period, as the Philadelphia Flyers beat the New York Rangers 3-1 Saturday, spoiling John Muckler's coaching debut in Madison Square Garden.

The Rangers led 1-0 on a second-period goal by Pat LaFontaine, but the Flyers took command in the third as Klatt and Lindros scored goals 1:26 apart.BRUINS 6, PENGUINS 2: At Boston, P.J. Axelsson scored a breakaway goal just 16 seconds into the game and Boston added two more first period goals to beat Pitts-burgh.

Boston goaltender Byron Dafoe stopped 21 shots and evened his record at 19-19-9 with the win. Dafoe has allowed nine goals in the his last six games.

STARS 4, COYOTES 0: At Dallas, Ed Belfour got his eighth shutout of the season, and Jamie Langenbrunner and Grant Marshall scored two goals each to lead Dallas past Phoenix.

Belfour had to stop only 13 shots for his 39th career shutout, and the Stars killed off nine power plays.

BLUES 5, KINGS 2: At Inglewood, Calif., Geoff Courtnall and Pierre Turgeon scored the tying and go-ahead goals 10 seconds apart late in the second period and defenseman Steve Duchesne got his 200th goal as St. Louis beat Los Angeles.

The Blues scored three power-play goals as they ended Los Angeles' five-game unbeaten streak.

BLACKHAWKS 4, AVALANCHE 0: At Denver, Jeff Hackett stopped 33 shots for his sixth shutout of the season and 12th of his career as Chicago ended a three-game losing streak by defeating Colorado.

Five of Hackett's six shutouts have been on the road.

LIGHTNING 5, CAPITALS 2: At Tampa, Fla., Tampa Bay scored five goals on 22 shots and ended a 10-game home losing streak.

Paul Ysebaert had a pair of goals as the Lightning won at home for the first time in 1998.

MAPLE LEAFS 4, CANADIENS 0: At Toronto Fredrik Modin scored one goal and assisted on two others and Felix Potvin stopped 26 shots for his fourth shutout of the season as Toronto blanked Montreal.

Toronto beat Montreal at home for the first time in more than five years - also a 4-0 victory on Jan. 23, 1993, with Potvin in goal.

DEVILS 4, HURRICANES 3: At East Rutherford, N.J., Doug Gilmour scored with 7.4 seconds remaining to give New Jersey a victory over Carolina.

The Devils extended their unbeaten streak to 6-0-1.

OILERS 4, SHARKS 1: At Edmonton, Alberta, Curtis Joseph had 26 saves as Edmonton took over sole possession of the final playoff spot in the Western Conference with a win over San Jose.

CANUCKS 6, SENATORS 4: At Vancouver, British Columbia, Mark Messier scored two goals and recorded his 1,600th point as Vancouver extended its unbeaten streak to five games with a victory over Ottawa.