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Canadiens 3, Bruins 1

Boston

Brian Savage, Patrick Roy and the rest of the Montreal team stayed hot Tuesday night as Savage scored his ninth goal in six games - all victories - and Roy stopped 38 shots to beat Boston.

The Canadiens opened the season with a five-game losing streak that cost coach Jacques Demers and general manager Serge Savard their jobs. But since then, they have not lost.

Montreal 2 1 0 - 3 Boston 0 0 1 - 1

First Period-1, Mon, Savage 11 (Recchi, Turgeon), 4:42. 2, Mon, Brunet 6 (Koivu, Damphousse), 18:26 (pp).

Second Period-3, Mon, Damphousse 2 (Brunet), :49.

Third Period-4, Bos, Bourque 4 (Stumpel, Mullen), 6:30.

Shots on goal-Mon 6-11-3-20. Bos 13-14-12-39. Power-play Opportunities-Mon 1 of 2; Bos 0 of 3. Goalies-Mon, Roy 6-5-0 (39 shots-38 saves). Bos, Billington 2-3-0 (7-4), Lacher (:49 second, 13-13). A-17,565 (17,565).

Flyers 2, Lightning 2

Philadelphia

Brian Bradley and Petr Klima scored second-period goals as Tampa Bay rallied for a tie with Philadelphia.

Tampa Bay 0 2 0 0 - 2 Philadelphia 2 0 0 0 - 2

First Period-1, Phi, Lindros 10 (Brind’Amour, Desjardins), 8:42 (pp). 2, Phi, LeClair 9 (Renberg, Brind’Amour), 18:49 (pp).

Second Period-3, TB, Bradley 1 (Selivanov), 8:09. 4, TB, Klima 5 (Houlder, Ysebaert), 15:31 (pp).

Third Period-None.

Overtime-None.

Shots on goal-TB 8-14-7-0-29. Phi 14-19-9-1-43. Powerplay Opportunities-TB 1 of 6; Phi 2 of 9. Goalies-TB, Puppa 2-3-4 (43 shots-41 saves). Phi, Snow 1-0-1 (29-27). A-16,936 (17,380).

Islanders 5, Panthers 4, OT

Miami

Bob Sweeney’s goal with 1:04 left in overtime gave New York a victory over Florida.

N.Y. Islanders 2 2 0 1 - 5 Florida 1 1 2 0 - 4

First Period-1, NY, McCabe 1, 4:32. 2, Flo, Murphy 3 (Garpenlov), 8:39 (pp). 3, NY, Palffy 4 (Green, Schneider), 15:50 (pp).

Second Period-4, Flo, Smith 1 (Lindsay, Mellanby), 4:29. 5, NY, Semak 3 (Lachance, Muller), 7:11 (pp). 6, NY, Sweeney 1 (McInnis, Plante), 18:33.

Third Period-7, Flo, Woolley 2 (Niedermayer, Mellanby), :57 (pp). 8, Flo, Woolley 3 (Fitzgerald, Skrudland), 17:59.

Overtime-9, NY, Sweeney 2 (Muller, Vaske), 3:56.

Shots on goal-NY 10-6-1-2-19. Flo 4-4-11-2-21. Power-play Opportunities-NY 2 of 5; Flo 2 of 9. Goalies-NY, Salo 1-2-1 (21 shots-17 saves). Flo, Fitzpatrick (16-12), Vanbiesbrouck 4-3-0 (0:00 third, 3-2). A-10,896 (14,503).

Rangers 5, Sharks 3

San Jose, Calif.

Luc Robitaille and Niklas Sundstrom scored within a 24-second span midway through the third period, leading New York past San Jose.

N.Y. Rangers 2 1 2 - 5 San Jose 1 1 1 - 3

First Period-1, NY, Sundstrom 4, 7:14. 2, NY, Robitaille 4 (Kovalev, Leetch), 14:37 (pp). 3, SJ, Sheppard 5 (Nolan, Ragnarsson), 17:39.

Second Period-4, NY, Graves 6 (Leetch), :12. 5, SJ, Miller 2 (Kyte), 10:39.

Third Period-6, SJ, Nolan 5 (Janney, Ragnarsson), 7:52 (pp). 7, NY, Robitaille 5 (Kovalev, Samuelsson), 8:49. 8, NY, Sundstrom 5 (Nemchinov, Lowe), 9:13.

Shots on goal-NY 7-7-12-26. SJ 9-7-9-25. Power-play Opportunities-NY 1 of 8; SJ 1 of 5. Goalies-NY, Healy 4-0-1 (25 shots-22 saves). SJ, Irbe 0-4-3 (26-21). A-17,190 (17,190).

Flames 2, Kings 1

Inglewood, Calif.

Calgary won its first game of the season, beating Los Angeles as Cory Stillman scored the tie-breaking goal early in the third period and Rick Tabaracci made 34 saves.

Calgary 1 0 1 - 2 Los Angeles 0 1 0 - 1

First Period-1, Cal, Zalapski 2 (Titov), 10:25.

Second Period-2, LA, Perreault 7 (Granato, Kurri), 10:36 (pp).

Third Period-3, Cal, Stillman 4 (Housley, Huscroft), 2:43.

Shots on goal-Cal 12-16-5-33. LA 13-12-10-35. Power-play Opportunities-Cal 0 of 7; LA 1 of 10. Goalies-Cal, Tabaracci 1-2-0 (35 shots-34 saves). LA, Storr 1-1-0 (33-31). A-11,241 (16,005).

Oilers 2, Devils 1

Edmonton, Alberta

Bill Ranford turned in a sparkling 39-save performance to lead Edmonton to a win over New Jersey. New Jersey 0 1 1 - 1 Edmonton 0 1 1 - 2

First Period-None.

Second Period-1, Edm, Oliver 3 (Weight, Ciger), 3:47 (pp). 2, NJ, Carpenter 1 (Albelin), 10:32.

Third Period-3, Arnott 3 (Sutton), 3:05.

Shots on goal-NJ 12-17-11-40. Edm 6-11-9-26. Power-play Opportunities-NJ 0 of 4; Edm 1 of 5. Goalies-NJ, Brodeur 5-4-0 (26 shots-24 saves). Edm, Ranford 4-4-1 (40-39). A-9,791 (16,230).

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