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Chris Terreri stopped 25 shots for his third career shutout and became the winningest goaltender in Devils history as New Jersey beat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-0 on Saturday night.

It was Terreri's 63rd career victory, all with the Devils, erasing the franchise record held by Sean Burke. The shutout also marked the first time Flyers rookie Eric Lindros failed to score at least one point.Flames 6, Sharks 2

In Daly City, Calif., Michel Petit's power-play goal with four minutes remaining broke Calgary's 0-for-24 drought with the man advantage as the Flames beat the slumping San Jose Sharks 6-2 on Saturday night.

The Flames were 0-for-19 on the road this season in power plays and had failed in 24 straight opportunities overall before Petit scored following a high-sticking penalty on San Jose's Rob Zettler for a 4-2 lead.

Carey Wilson added a shorthanded goal with 2:12 left and Theoren Fleury scored on a breakaway with 30 seconds remaining to complete the late ambush.

Kings 8, Bruins 6

In Inglewood, Calif., Jari Kurri became the 18th NHL player to score 500 career goals when he put the puck into an empty net with 53.7 seconds left.

Rookie Jim Hiller scored twice and Luc Robitaille had a goal and two assists to help the Kings win their third in a row despite nearly blowing a 7-2 lead.

Red Wings 4, Oilers 2

In Detroit, Dino Ciccarelli and Steve Yzerman each had a goal and an assist Saturday night to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a victory over the Edmonton Oilers.

Capitals 6, Sabres 4

In Landover, Md., Peter Bondra had two goals and the Washington Capitals limited the high-scoring Buffalo Sabres to 21 shots.

Penguins 7, Whalers 3

In Hartford, Conn., Kevin Stevens registered the second four-goal game of his career and added an assist to power the Pittsburgh Penguins to victory.

Islanders 6, Rangers 3

In Uniondale, N.Y., the New York Islanders extended their domination of their big-city rivals.

The Islanders are now 9-0-2 against the Rangers at Nassau Coliseum since Oct. 28, 1989.

Blues 6, Nordiques 5

In Quebec, Brendan Shanahan's second goal of the game with 7:32 remaining gave St. Louis the victory, the Nordiques' first defeat after four victories.

Canadiens 8, North Stars 1

In Montreal, Patrice Briebois scored twice and the Montreal Canadiens had four power-play goals.

Maple Leafs 4, Blackhawks 3

In Toronto, Glenn Anderson had two goals and Nikolai Borschevsky added a goal and two assists to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs to victory over the Chicago Blackhawks.