Chicago beats Habs
CHICAGO — Patrick Kane scored a spectacular tiebreaking goal in the second period and the Chicago Blackhawks beat Montreal, 3-2, on Sunday night, handing the league-leading Canadiens just their second regulation loss of the season.
Marian Hossa added his team-leading ninth and rookie Gustav Forsling scored his first in the NHL as Chicago improved to 9-0-2 in its last 11.
CANUCKS 5, STARS 4, OT
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Troy Stecher tied it with 1:40 left in the third period and Markus Granlund scored in overtime, helping Vancouver rally to beat Dallas.
Dallas held leads of 3-1 and 4-3, but Vancouver got goals from Louis Eriksson, Brandon Sutter, Bo Horvat and Stecher to force overtime. The Canucks were coming off a 1-5 road trip and have two wins in their last 12 games.
JETS 3, KINGS 2, SO
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Mark Scheifele scored the deciding goal in a shootout to give Winnipeg a victory over Los Angeles.
Patrik Laine also beat Peter Budaj in the shootout, and Dwight King scored against the Jets’ Connor Hellebuyck.
WILD 2, SENATORS 1, OT
OTTAWA, Ontario — Matt Dumba scored late in overtime and Darcy Kuemper stopped 35 shots, helping Minnesota beat Ottawa.
Ryan Suter scored a short-handed goal for the Wild, and Kuemper was nearly perfect in his third start of the season.
BRUINS 2, AVALANCHE 0
DENVER — Tuukka Rask stopped 21 shots and David Krejci scored in the first period, lifting Boston over Colorado.