Jaromir Jagr set up third-period goals by Alexei Morozov and Martin Straka as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat Philadelphia 6-4 Saturday and knocked Flyers captain Eric Lindros out of the game with a concussion in the second period.
Lindros left the game at 8:48 of the second period when he was hit by defenseman Darius Kasparaitis. Lindros was near the blue line and had his head down when Kaspararaitis hit him in the face with his shoulder with a clean check. Lindros, who leads the Flyers with 67 points, had to be helped from the ice and did not return.Lindros was transported to a hospital for evaluation. He walked to the ambulance under his own power.
KINGS 2, RED WINGS 1: At Inglewood, Calif., Rob Blake scored the first two goals of the game, one on a shot from the red line and the other on a power play, as the Los Angeles Kings ended a three-game winless streak with a victory over the Detroit Red Wings.
It was the ninth two-goal game for the eight-year veteran defenseman, who is still looking for his first hat trick. Blake, plagued by injuries that limited him to 92 games over the previous three seasons, is the only one on the team to play in each of their 61 games.
BLUES 2, STARS 1: At St. Louis, Pierre Turgeon scored with nine minutes remaining to lead the St. Louis Blues over the Dallas Stars.
The game had been tied since 7:24 of the first period before Turgeon scored on a slap shot from the left circle to beat goaltender Ed Belfour.
CAPITALS 6, PANTHERS 3: At Washington, the Capitals exploded out of their worst losing streak in eight years, scoring four goals on five shots in the third period for a victory over the Florida Panthers.
In a game between two teams that hadn't won since January, Joe Juneau had two goals and two assists, Richard Zednik scored twice, and Peter Bondra scored for the first time in a month as the Capitals broke a six-game losing streak.
DEVILS 6, RANGERS 3: At East Rutherford, N.J., Krzysztof Oliwa scored his first NHL goal to trigger a three-goal, third-period outburst and New Jersey extended oits unbeaten streak to 10 games by beating the New York Rangers.
Bobby Holik and Petr Sykora also scored in the final period as the Devils (8-0-2) remained unbeaten in five games (4-0-1) this season against their long-time rivals and further hurt the Rangers' chances of making the playoffs.
BLACKHAWKS 2, BRUINS 1: At Boston, Eric Daze's 24th goal broke a 1-1 tie and gave the Chicago Blackhawks a victory over the Boston Bruins.
Chicago ended a three-game win-less streak while the Bruins lost for the first since in six games since returning from the Olympic layoff.
AVALANCHE 4, ISLANDERS 2: At Uniondale, N.Y., defenseman Sandis Ozolinsh scored a power-play goal and assisted on three other power-play goals as the Colorado Avalanche beat the New York Islanders.
Peter Forsberg added a goal and assist for Colorado, and Valery Kamensky and Keith Jones also scored. It was the fourth straight game that Forsberg recorded at least two points.
SABRES 2, CANADIENS 1: At Montreal, Geoff Sanderson and Michal Grosek scored in the third period as the Buffalo Sabres extended the Montreal Canadiens' home losing streak to six games.
Dominik Hasek made 31 saves as the Sabres (25-22-14) got back on track after their 13-game unbeaten streak was broken by a 4-2 loss to the Islanders on Friday.
SENATORS 2, FLAMES 1: At Kanata, Ontario, Daniel Alfredsson scored the game winner with 10:23 left in the third period as Ottawa beat Calgary.
Alfredsson's goal was his first in 11 games and his 11th of the season.
MAPLE LEAFS 4, OILERS 1: At Toronto, Alyn McCauley scored one goal and assisted on another as Toronto beat Edmonton to stop a two-game winless streak and keep its slim playoff hopes alive.
The win gave the Maple Leafs 50 points, six in back of the Oilers for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference.
CANUCKS 5, LIGHTNING 2: Mark Messier's goal midway through the second period stood up as the game winner.
Messier gave the Canucks a 3-1 lead nine minutes into the second as he slipped a rebound past Tampa netminder Mark Fitzpatrick for his 21st goal of the season.