Datsyuk, Kronwall key late rally in comeback win for Detroit

DETROIT — Pavel Datsyuk and Niklas Kronwall scored 56 seconds apart in the third period to give the Detroit Red Wings a 3-2 comeback win over the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night.

Datsyuk added an assist, and Nicklas Lidstrom also scored for Detroit, which won its 11th consecutive home game. Ian White had two assists, and Jimmy Howard stopped 29 shots.

Matt D'Agostini and Alexander Steen scored for St. Louis, and Jason Arnott and Kevin Shattenkirk both had two assists. Brian Elliott made 29 saves.

Lightning 5, Flyers 1

At Tampa, Fla., Steven Stamkos had two goals, Mathieu Garon made 31 saves, and Tampa Bay beat Philadelphia.

Penguins 4, Hurricanes 2

At Pittsburgh, James Neal had a goal and an assist, and Pittsburgh fired a barrage of shots at Carolina goalie Justin Peters before finally breaking him in a victory.

Flames 2, Blue Jackets 1, SO

At Columbus, Ohio, Jarome Iginla netted Calgary's only goal in regulation and then had the only score in the shootout to extend Columbus' losing streak to six games.

Panthers 5, Maple Leafs 3

At Sunrise, Fla., Kris Versteeg and Jason Garrison scored power-play goals to help Florida beat Toronto.

Canadiens 6, Senators 2

At Ottawa, Michael Cammalleri, Tomas Plekanec, Louis Leblanc, P.K. Subban and Erik Cole each had a goal and an assist, and Montreal ended a five-game losing streak with a win over Ottawa.

Jets 4, Avalanche 1

At Denver, Evander Kane scored two goals, Ondrej Pavelec made 32 saves, and Winnipeg handed Colorado its first home loss in a month.

Colorado's home-winning streak was snapped at eight one night after the Avalanche broke a nine-game losing streak on the road with a victory at Minnesota. The Avalanche avoided being shut out for a fifth time this season when Kevin Porter scored at 14:48 of the third period.

The Avalanche also had a season-high tying, five-game winning streak broken. Jim Slater and Tim Stapleton also had goals for the Jets, who won on the road for just the fifth time in 18 games.

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