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Penguins pile on Sens in shootout


February 20. 2013 3:55AM
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OTTAWA — Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and James Neal scored in the shootout to give the Pittsburgh Penguins a 2-1 victory against the Ottawa Senators on Sunday.


Neal also scored in regulation to help the Penguins snap a two-game skid.


Colin Greening scored a second-period goal for the Senators (3-2-1), and Jason Spezza and Kyle Turris beat Marc-Andre Fleury in the shootout. But Milan Michalek was stopped with Ottawa's first attempt.


Craig Anderson made 33 saves for the Senators, while Fleury stopped 31 shots.



Lightning 5, Flyers 1

TAMPA, Fla. — Teddy Purcell had a goal and two assists, Martin St. Louis contributed four assists, and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Philadelphia Flyers.


Tampa Bay also got goals from Eric Brewer, Vincent Lecavalier, Victor Hedman and Steven Stamkos. St. Louis has eight assists and 11 points this season.


The Lightning continued their season-long domination of the third period — outscoring opponents 13-1 — with goals by Hedman and Stamkos. Sean Couturier scored for the Flyers.


Canadiens 4, Devils 3, OT

MONTREAL — Andrei Markov scored 4:22 into overtime on a power play as the Montreal Canadiens recovered from blowing a two-goal lead to defeat the New Jersey Devils.


Markov was at the edge of the crease and lifted the rebound of Rene Bourque's shot off the end boards into an open side for his fourth goal. Brendan Gallagher scored his first NHL goal and linemate Brandon Prust got his first with the Canadiens. Ryan White also scored for Montreal.


The Canadiens took a 3-1 lead early in the third period, but David Clarkson scored on a power play and Dainius Zubrus tied the game at 13:02. Patrick Elias also scored.


Capitals 3, Sabres 2

WASHINGTON — Alex Ovechkin scored his first goal of the season Sunday, and the Washington Capitals became the last NHL team to get a win.



Blackhawks 2, Wings 1, OT

CHICAGO — Nick Leddy scored 2:45 into overtime and the Chicago Blackhawks improved to 6-0 — the best start in franchise history.




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