Carolina's Scott Walker scored the overtime winner after his team got two goals in the final 1:25 of regulation, giving the Hurricanes a dramatic 3-2 victory over Toronto on Tuesday.
With Carolina on the power play, Walker's deflection of Eric Staal's slap shot came 32.6 seconds before the game would have gone to a shootout and gave the Hurricanes their second straight win. The Hurricanes came up empty on their first seven power plays.
Ducks 2, Sharks 0
In San Jose, California, Jean-Sebastien Giguere made 20 saves in his first shutout of the season as Anaheim downed San Jose.
Bobby Ryan and Corey Perry scored for the Ducks, who beat San Jose for the third time in four meetings this season.
The teams traded punches and hard checks in another entertaining chapter in one of the NHL's most competitive rivalries.
The Sharks have lost two of three straight key division games to fall out of first place.
Flames 3, Blue Jackets 1
In Columbus, Ohio, Jarome Iginla scored his team-leading 24th goal and Miikka Kiprusoff made 36 saves to help Calgary extend its winning streak to a season-best sixth in a row.
Adrian Aucoin and Alex Tanguay also scored for Calgary, which wrapped up a perfect six-game road trip to get one win shy of tying the franchise's longest road winning streak of seven, set in 1988. It's the team's longest winning streak away from home in nearly four years.
Senators 3, Bruins 2
In Boston, Jason Spezza scored a pair of goals to lead Ottawa to its sixth straight win, in a matchup of the National Hockey League's Eastern Conference's top two teams.
Luke Richardson's goal broke a 1-1 tie midway into the second and Spezza scored his second goal on a power play in the third. The Senators made it last with an uncharacteristic, close-checking style.
Stars 2, Oilers 1, SO
In Edmonton, Alberta, Sergei Zubov scored the only goal in a shootout to give Dallas a fourth straight win and victory over Edmonton.
Edmonton set a record by appearing in its fourth straight shootout. The Stars have now won 12 of their last 16. Edmonton's three-game winning streak came to an end.
Wild 3, Predators 2
In St. Paul, Marian Gaborik, Eric Belanger and Brian Rolston all scored in the third period to bring Minnesota back from two goals down and beat Nashville.
It gave coach Jacques Lemaire a victory in his 1,000th career game.
Canucks 5, Devils 0
In Vancouver, British Columbia, Markus Naslund overcame the flu to score twice and Vancouver downed New Jersey.
Roberto Luongo returned from a rib injury to make 31 saves for the Canucks, who had one win in five games.
The Devils opened a rare western Canada road trip with their third loss in five games.
It was the Devils' first visit to Vancouver in six years.
Rangers 4, Penguins 0
In New York, Scott Gomez scored twice and New York held Pittsburgh to five shots through two periods.
Henrik Lundqvist, back in goal after sitting out one game with the flu, needed to make only 18 saves for his sixth shutout of the season and 13th of his NHL career.
Panthers 3, Canadiens 2
In Montreal, Jozef Stumpel and Brett McLean scored first-period goals and Tomas Vokoun made 23 saves.
Thrashers 6, Lightning 2
In Atlanta, Garnet Exelby, Mark Recchi and Slava Kozlov each scored first-period goals to help Atlanta end its four-game losing streak.
It was Tampa Bay's 12th loss in 16 road games.
The losing captain thanked the winning team’s players for their personal sacrifices leading into the match and a charter flight pilot received a big round of applause when his plane beat incoming fog to touch down after midnight following another game as feel-good stories off the field matched those on it as the National Rugby League (NRL) restarted its season in Australia over the weekend. The New Zealand Warriors’ 18-0 win over St George Illawarra was the Auckland-based team’s first of the season after three rounds and it could not have come at a better time. Due to international travel restrictions
“Road Runner” Alphonso Davies lived up to his nickname with another lightning sprint on Saturday as Bayern Munich opened a 10-point lead in the Bundesliga. Having defeated second-placed Borussia Dortmund 1-0 away in midweek, Bayern enjoyed a 5-0 romp over Fortuna Duesseldorf. Defender Mathias Joergensen scored an early own-goal before Benjamin Pavard, Robert Lewandowski (2) and Davies scored for Bayern. With five games remaining, the defending champions, who have won their past eight league games, are comfortably on course for an eighth straight league title. Davies scored the best goal of the game when the fleet-footed defender pressed Duesseldorf into making a mistake, barged
Taiwan Steel celebrated a big win over Tatung in the Taiwan Premier League yesterday, while undefeated Taichung Futuro remained at the top of the table, although their lead is only one point. Four of the eight teams were in action, completing matches postponed the previous weekend due to rain, with Taipower and Hang Yuan playing out a scoreless draw in Kaohsiung. Taiwan Steel are sorting out their early-season problems as they chase the leaders and it showed against defending champions Tatung at the Jhubei Stadium in Hsinchu County. Haitian striker Benchy Astama netted a brace and midfielder Kuo Po-wei’s outstanding solo effort sent
DISTANCING RULES: The government said social distancing should be maintained during disputes and celebrations, but conceded it would not be possible during play The Premier League on Saturday was given British government approval to press ahead with its June 17 restart, although players will have to stay apart during goal celebrations and disputes to maintain social distancing. Further details of the league’s plans for dealing with COVID-19 cases have been disclosed with clubs likely to have to play even if they only have 15 fit squad members. In a further boost to the league’s restart plans, there were no positives in the fourth round of twice-weekly testing. Tests were conducted on 1,130 players and club personnel on Thursday and Friday as contact training resumed. The season