NEW YORK Jaromir Jagr scored and had two assists on a newly created line, and defenseman Fedor Tyutin helped set up three goals for the New York Rangers, who beat the Atlanta Thrashers 4-0. Sean Avery and Brandon Dubinsky scored first-period goals, Martin Straka added one in the second, and Jagr finished the surge in the third to provide plenty of offense for Henrik Lundqvist.
Lundqvist stopped 14 shots in earning his seventh shutout and 14th in three NHL seasons.
PANTHERS 5, SENATORS 3: At Sunrise, Fla., Tomas Vokoun stopped 43 shots, Tanner Glass scored his first NHL goal and Nathan Horton had four assists.
Jay Bouwmeester, Stephen Weiss, David Booth and Gregory Campbell also scored for the Panthers.
RED WINGS 3, KINGS 0: At Los Angeles, Chris Osgood made 27 saves in his third shutout of the season, and Detroit got goals from Tomas Holmstrom, Mikael Samuelsson and Johan Franzen. In a matchup of NHL's best and worst teams, the Red Wings improved to 36-10-4 for 76 points.
SHARKS 3, BLACKHAWKS 2: At San Jose, Joe Pavelski scored a shorthanded goal, Christian Ehrhoff finally got his first goal of the season and the San Jose Sharks snapped a four-game losing streak.
Sandis Ozolinsh also scored and Evgeni Nabokov made 28 saves for the Sharks.
CANADIENS 8, BRUINS 2: At Montreal, Tom Kostopoulos scored 14 seconds into the game and Maxim Lapierre got Montreal's fourth goal of the opening period with 3 seconds remaining. Andrei Kostitsyn, who also scored in the first, got his second goal of the game on a power play 17:44 into the third.
DEVILS 7, FLYERS 3: At Philadelphia, low-scoring defenseman Johnny Oduya had a goal and three assists and the New Jersey Devils scored five times on the power play.
ISLANDERS 6, HURRICANES 3: At Raleigh, Mike Sillinger scored two of New York's three short-handed goals.
Richard Park also scored down a man, Sean Bergenheim scored on a breakaway while being dragged down and Brendan Witt and Blake Comeau added late goals for the Islanders.
LIGHTNING 4, OILERS 3: At Tampa, Martin St. Louis had a goal and two assists to help Tampa Bay snap a five-game home losing streak.
Vinny Lecavalier, Brad Richards and Craig MacDonald also scored for the Lightning.
FLAMES 2, WILD 1: At Calgary, Craig Conroy scored the go-ahead goal at 8:36 of the third period to help Calgary take first place in the Northwest.
BLUE JACKETS 4, STARS 2: At Dallas, rookie defenseman Kris Russell scored his first two NHL goals, including the tiebreaker on a power play with 6:15 left, and Columbus rallied to stop Dallas' three-game winning streak.
PREDATORS 4, AVALANCHE 0: At Denver, Dan Ellis stopped 39 shots and Martin Erat scored two goals to lead Nashville.