CHICAGO (AP) Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane and Dennis Rasmussen scored, and the new-look Chicago Blackhawks beat the NHL-leading Washington Capitals 3-2 on Sunday.
Corey Crawford made 28 saves as the Blackhawks won for only the third time in their last eight games. Andrew Ladd got an assist in his return to Chicago after he was reacquired in a trade with Winnipeg on Thursday night.
Marcus Johansson and Evgeny Kuznetsov scored for Washington, which had won five of six. Braden Holtby made 20 saves in only his seventh loss in 51 games this season.
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DUCKS 4, KINGS 2
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Corey Perry got his ninth career hat trick and the Anaheim Ducks beat the Los Angeles Kings to climb within two points of their Southern California rivals for the Pacific Division lead.
The Ducks trailed the Kings by 15 points on Jan. 2, but have gone 19-4-1 since while Los Angeles is 12-10-2 in that span. The Kings have a game in hand on Anaheim with 21 games remaining on their schedule, including two more showdowns with the Ducks.
David Perron had one of three power-play goals for Anaheim - on an assist from Perry - and John Gibson made 27 saves to help the Ducks win their eighth in a row and 15th in 17 games.
Alec Martinez and Tanner Pearson scored for Los Angeles, which had its four-game winning streak ended.
LIGHTNING 4, BRUINS 1
BOSTON (AP) - Ryan Callahan scored twice and Steven Stamkos converted a penalty shot to help the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Boston Bruins for their sixth straight win.
Ben Bishop stopped 32 shots for the Lightning and Alex Killorn also scored. Stamkos also had an assist and has scored in all six games of the winning streak.
Tuukka Rask made 26 saves for Boston, which had won two in a row. Kevan Miller scored the Bruins' only goal.
In addition to the penalty shot awarded midway through the second, the Lightning had one power play in each of the first two periods. They scored on each, needing just 31 seconds the first time and 6 the next.
BLUES 5, HURRICANES 2
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - David Backes and Kyle Brodziak scored in the second period to lead the St. Louis Blues to a victory over the short-handed Carolina Hurricanes.
Ty Rattie, Robby Fabbri and Alex Pietrangelo also scored for St. Louis, and Jake Allen stopped 32 shots.
Jeff Skinner and Ron Hainsey each had a goal and an assist in the first period for the Hurricanes, who traded captain Eric Staal to the New York Rangers earlier in the day. Cam Ward finished with 35 saves.
WILD 3, PANTHERS 1
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Erik Haula scored midway through the third period to lead the Minnesota Wild past the Florida Panthers.
Charlie Coyle and Jason Pominville also scored for Minnesota, which ended a nine-game winless streak (0-6-3) at the Xcel Energy Center. The Wild technically won a ''home'' game last Sunday beating Chicago in a Stadium Series contest at the University of Minnesota.
Aaron Ekblad scored for Florida, which lost in regulation for the first time in six games. Roberto Luongo finished with 21 saves. He replaced starter Al Montoya early in the game after Montoya suffered an upper-body injury during a collision with Minnesota's Marco Scandella and did not return.
SHARKS 4, CANUCKS 1
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) - Joe Pavelski and Tomas Hertl scored 2:28 apart in the third period, helping lift the San Jose Sharks over the Vancouver Canucks.
Patrick Marleau and Justin Braun, into an empty net, had the other goals for the Sharks, while Martin Jones made 23 saves. Marc-Edouard Vlasic added two assists, with Pavelski and Braun picking up one each for San Jose.
Daniel Sedin replied for the Canucks, who were looking to win three in a row for the first time this season. Ryan Miller made 24 saves.
OILERS 3, ISLANDERS 1
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) - Leon Draisaitl, Anton Lander and Brandon Davidson all scored in the third period for Edmonton, helping the Oilers snap a seven-game losing streak.
Cam Talbot made 36 saves in his seventh consecutive start for the Oilers.
Casey Cizikas scored for the New York Islanders, who had won the previous three games of a season-high seven-game road trip.