Philadelphia survives third-period flurry to double up Buffalo

PHILADELPHIA — Jeff Carter scored a goal and had two assists, and the Philadelphia Flyers survived a third-period flurry to beat the Buffalo Sabres 6-3 on Tuesday night.

Danny Briere and Claude Giroux each added a goal and an assist for Philadelphia, which had lost four of five.

Senators 5, Coyotes 2

At Ottawa, Alex Kovalev scored twice and added an assist, combining with Erik Karlsson for the fastest two goals in Ottawa history, to lead the Senators past Phoenix.

Maple Leafs 3, Panthers 1

At Toronto, Maple Leafs enforcer Colton Orr scored the winning goal after knocking over goalie Scott Clemmensen, and Toronto beat Florida.

Ducks 5, Stars 2

At Dallas, Bobby Ryan scored twice, Jonas Hiller made 35 saves, and Anaheim topped Dallas.

Anaheim's Teemu Selanne scored his 611th NHL goal on a third-period power play, breaking a tie with Bobby Hull to assume sole possession of 15th place on the career list. Selanne also had an assist to give him 801 points with the Ducks.

Flames 5, Oilers 4, SO

At Calgary, Alberta, Brendan Morrison scored two goals and Alex Tanguay netted the shootout winner for streaking Calgary, which beat Edmonton and won for the fifth time in six games.

Canucks 4, Avalanche 3, OT

At Vancouver, British Columbia, Mason Raymond scored on a lucky bounce 28 seconds into overtime and Vancouver recovered from blowing a late lead to beat the Colorado Avalanche.

Peter Schaefer's first goal in 21/2; years put Vancouver ahead five minutes into the third period, but Matt Duchene tied it with 1:33 left in regulation. Jeff Tambellini also scored for the second straight game since being moved up to the top line, and Ryan Kesler added a power-play goal for the Canucks, 4-0-1 at home,

David Jones and Daniel Winnik had goals, and Peter Budaj made 26 saves for Colorado, which dropped its third straight. The Avalanche also lost No. 1 goalie Craig Anderson to a knee injury during pregame warmups.

Colorado's John-Michael Liles earned his 11th assist, and set the NHL record for defenseman by notching at least one assist in each of the first nine games.

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