Maple Leafs 5 at Senators 1
Tyler Bozak scored two goals, former Red Deer Rebels goalie James Reimer made 32 saves in his first NHL start, and Toronto beat the Senators 5-1.
Darryl Boyce scored his first NHL goal and Clarke MacArthur and Luke Schenn also tallied for Toronto, which led 5-0 just over five minutes into the second.
Sergei Gonchar scored a power-play goal for Ottawa, which lost its third in a row (0-2-1). Brian Elliott stopped four of seven shots before he was replaced 16:10 in. Mike Brodeur made 12 saves in relief.
Rangers 1 at
Lightning 2, OT
Nate Thompson scored 19 seconds into overtime to help the Lightning beat the New York Rangers.
The Rangers forced extra time when Marian Gaborik tied it from the low slot with 45.6 seconds left in regulation.
Tampa Bay rookie Cedrick Desjardins, recalled from Norfolk of the AHL on Dec. 20, made 34 saves to win his second consecutive start.
Henrik Lundqvist stopped 31 shots for the Rangers, 5-2-1 in their last eight games.
Bruins 6 at Sabres 7, SO
Drew Stafford scored three times and Tyler Ennis netted the decisive shootout goal in rallying the Sabres to a win over Boston.
Jason Pominville had two goals and two assists and Thomas Vanek had a goal and an assist as the Sabres came back from a 4-2 deficit in a game that featured three lead changes.
Zdeno Chara and Tyler Seguin had a goal and assist each for the Bruins. Steven Kampfer, Dennis Seidenberg, Brad Marchand and Andrew Ference also scored for Boston.
Devils 3 at Hurricanes 6
Sergei Samsonov and rookie Jeff Skinner scored two goals apiece, and Carolina beat struggling New Jersey for its third straight win.
Tuomo Ruutu added a goal and three assists, rookie Zac Dalpe scored his first NHL goal, and Joe Corvo, Jamie McBain and Chad LaRose each had two assists for the Hurricanes.
Carolina chased goalie Martin Brodeur with three goals in the first eight minutes, stretched the lead to 4-0 and, matched a season high with three power-play goals.
Patrik Elias had a goal and an assist, and Rod Pelley and Travis Zajac and scored for New Jersey.
Brodeur stopped just four shots before he was pulled for Johan Hedberg, who made 15 saves.
Sharks 1 at Kings 0
Antti Niemi posted his ninth NHL shutout with 29 saves, and Devin Setoguchi scored on his 24th birthday to lead the San Jose Sharks to a 1-0 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night.
Jonathan Quick stopped 18 shots, including a breakaway by defenceman Kent Huskins at 1:04 of the second period, but the Kings were shut out for the second time this season. Los Angeles fell to 13-4-1 at home.
Quick beat the Sharks 4-0 at home last Monday.
The Sharks had only 10 shots before Setoguchi scored his seventh goal at 18:54 of the second period.