NEWARK, N.J. — Jakob Silfverberg beat Martin Brodeur to his stick side in the shootout and goalie Ben Bishop turned aside 30 shots for his first victory of the season, giving the Ottawa Senators a 2-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Monday.
Silfverberg, who assisted on the Senators' regulation goal, skated in on Brodeur in the shootout and fired a right-handed wrist shot that caught the NHL's all-time wins leader by surprise.
Bishop stopped former Senator Bobby Butler on the Devils' third shootout attempt to give Ottawa only its third road win of the season. Ilya Kovalchuk and Patrik Elias were both stopped by Bishop in the shootout.
Stephen Gionta scored his second goal of the season in the opening minutes of the game, but the Devils were silenced the rest of the way by Bishop. Brodeur had 29 saves for New Jersey.
Daniel Alfredsson scored for Ottawa in the third period, tying the game at 1 with 11:48 remaining on his 420th career goal.
FLYERS 7, ISLANDERS 0: At Uniondale, N.Y., the line of Claude Giroux, Matt Read and Jakub Voracek combined for three goals and 10 points, helping Philadelphia break a slump with a victory over New York.
AVALANCHE 6, PREDATORS 5: At Denver, Paul Stastny and Jamie McGinn scored 13 seconds apart in the second period and Colorado snapped a nine-game losing streak against Nashville with a win over the Predators.
MAPLE LEAFS 3, PANTHERS 0: At Sunrise, Fla., Ben Scrivens notched his second consecutive shutout, and Clarke MacArthur and Nazem Kadri each had a goal and an assist to lead Toronto to a win over Florida.
CANADIENS 3, HURRICANES 0: At Montreal, Tomas Plekanec and Max Pacioretty scored 18 seconds apart in the third period to seal Montreal's fourth straight win with a victory over Carolina.
COYOTES 4, FLAMES 0: At Glendale, Ariz., Mike Smith stopped 30 shots, Keith Yandle scored in the opening minute of the first period and Mikkel Boedker did the same to start the third, lifting the Coyotes to a win over the Flames.
DUCKS 3, BLUE JACKETS 2: At Anaheim, Calif., Peter Holland and Ryan Getzlaf scored 21 seconds apart in the first period, rallying the Ducks to their fifth consecutive victory.