CHICAGO (AP) — Teuvo Teravainen scored from a sharp angle 21 seconds into the third period to snap a tie, and Marian Hossa had a goal and an assist as the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Winnipeg Jets 3-1 on Sunday to end a three-game losing streak.
Chicago right wing Patrick Kane assisted on Artemi Panarin's empty-net goal with 1:46 left to extend his point streak to 22 games, breaking Bobby Hull's team record. Kane has a goal or assist in 25 of the Blackhawks' 27 games this season.
Teravainen broke a 10-game goal drought when he fooled Michael Hutchinson with a quick shot from the right circle.
Winnipeg's Chris Thorburn had a goal that was awarded after a delayed video review.
Chicago's Corey Crawford made 30 saves. Hutchinson blocked 29 shots but lost for the first time in regulation to the Blackhawks (4-1-1).
KINGS 3, LIGHTNING 1
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Andy Andreoff, Brayden McNabb and Milan Lucic scored to lead Los Angeles past Tampa Bay.
Jonathan Quick stopped 24 shots to help the Kings win their sixth consecutive home game. They have won 11 of their last 13 at Staples Center.
Brian Boyle scored for Tampa Bay, which got eight saves from Andrei Vasilevskiy and 17 from Ben Bishop off the bench. Vasilevskiy started in place of Bishop, who left Saturday night's game at San Jose after accidentally being poked in the eye by an errant stick.
After Boyle tied the game 27 seconds into the second period, McNabb put the Kings back in front 12 seconds later on a soft goal, prompting Lightning coach Jon Cooper to turn to Bishop.
DUCKS 2, PENGUINS 1
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Chris Stewart had the go-ahead goal in the second period, Corey Perry also scored and Anaheim overcame a disallowed goal to beat Pittsburgh.
John Gibson made 23 saves in his sixth straight start, a stretch that included shutouts against Vancouver and San Jose.
The Ducks are 10-5-2 after a 1-7-2 start. The three-time defending Pacific Division champions have won consecutive games for the first time since beating San Jose on Nov. 7 for their fourth straight victory.
Olli Maatta scored for Pittsburgh, and Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 23 shots. The Penguins are 5-5-2 following a 9-1 stretch.
RANGERS 4, SENATORS 1
NEW YORK (AP) — Derick Brassard scored twice and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 23 shots to lead New York over Ottawa.
Ryan McDonagh and Jesper Fast also scored to help the Rangers snap a two-game skid and win for the second time in seven games (2-4-1).
Marc Methot scored for Ottawa, and Craig Anderson finished with 27 saves. The Senators snapped a two-game win streak and lost for the third time in five games.
HURRICANES 5, COYOTES 4
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Justin Faulk scored a power-play goal with 17 seconds left to give Carolina a victory over Arizona.
Faulk, tied for the NHL lead with nine goals on the man advantage, sent a shot from near the blue line past Coyotes goalie Anders Lindback after Martin Hanzal took a penalty with 2:15 left.
Antoine Vermette's power-play goal with 6 1/2 minutes remaining gave the Coyotes a 4-3 lead, but Ron Hainsey scored 1:57 later for Carolina.
Eric Staal had a goal and an assist, and Kris Versteeg and Jay McClement also scored for the Hurricanes. Cam Ward made 19 saves.
Stefan Elliott had a goal and an assist for the Coyotes, and Tobias Rieder and Nicklas Grossmann also scored. Lindback finished with 13 saves as Arizona lost its fourth straight.
Each time Arizona scored, the Hurricanes came back with a goal less than 2 minutes later.
OILERS 4, SABRES 2
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Taylor Hall and Teddy Purcell each had a goal and an assist to help Edmonton beat Buffalo for its third straight win.
Jordan Eberle and Luke Gazdic also scored for the Oilers, who have won four of five. Anders Nilsson had 32 saves.
Jack Eichel and Ryan O'Reilly scored for the Sabres. Chad Johnson stopped 24 shots.
DEVILS 4, PANTHERS 2
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Lee Stempniak and Kyle Palmieri scored first-period goals, and Cory Schneider made 34 saves as New Jersey cooled off Florida.
Adam Henrique and Mike Cammalleri also scored to help the Devils win for the first time in their last five home games (1-2-2). Schneider stopped Jonathan Huberdeau's penalty shot.
Aaron Ekblad and Huberdeau scored for the Panthers, who had won five straight overall and a club record-tying five in a row on the road.