It was all about special teams for Anaheim — killing penalty after penalty, scoring three man-advantage goals and converting a penalty shot for good measure.

Chris Pronger scored a power-play goal with 1:46 left in overtime to give the Ducks a 4-3 win over the Blue Jackets on Monday night in Columbus, Ohio.

"We battled hard and found a way to win," said Pronger, a 14-year veteran, who earlier added an assist in his 900th career game.

Pronger blasted a point shot that deflected off Columbus defenseman Adam Foote and past a surprised Pascal Leclaire, who finished with 24 saves.

Despite talking about playing more disciplined hockey, the Ducks — the league's most penalized team — found themselves in the familiar spot of killing penalties. But they survived.

CAPITALS 3, DEVILS 2: At Washington, Jeff Schultz scored 53 seconds into the second period, lifting Washington and snapping the Devils' point streak at 10 games.

BRUINS 4, SABRES 1: At Buffalo, N.Y., Alex Auld made 44 saves, and Marc Savard had a goal and assist to lift Boston to its second straight win.

MAPLE LEAFS 6, LIGHTNING 1: At Toronto, Jason Blake started a four-goal spurt in the second period, Chad Kilger scored twice and Toronto routed Tampa Bay.

RED WINGS 2, PREDATORS 1: At Nashville, Tenn., Tomas Kopecky and Valterri Filppula scored, and Detroit won its seventh straight.

STARS 5, OILERS 4 (OT): At Dallas, Brenden Morrow's power-play goal in overtime lifted the Stars to a victory.

KINGS 4, CANUCKS 2: At Los Angeles, Anze Kopitar scored the go-ahead goal and Jean-Sebastien Aubin made 26 saves.