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OTTAWA TIES DETROIT, 2-2

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Radek Bonk and Alexandre Daigle scored third-period goals as the Ottawa Senators erased a two-goal deficit to pull out a 2-2 tie with the Detroit Red Wings on Friday night.

Ottawa (3-3-5) is undefeated in five games at the Corel Centre this season. More remarkable still for the NHL's perennial doormat is that eight of the Senators' 11 points have been come-from-behind efforts.Capitals 4, Penguins 2

At Landover, Md., Joe Juneau had his second career hat trick and backup goalie Olaf Kolzig stopped 39 shots as Washington kept struggling Pittsburgh Penguins winless on the road.

Sabres 4, Blues 2

At St. Louis, Barrie Moore and Curtis Brown scored third-period goals and Dominik Hasek stopped 33 shots to lead Buffalo.

Blackhawks 3, Stars 2, OT

At Dallas, Jeff Shantz scored his first goal of the season with 3:12 left in overtime.

Canucks 5, Oilers 4, OT

At Edmonton, Alberta, Esa Tikkanen's second goal of the game, at 42 seconds of overtime, gave Vancouver the comeback victory.

Coyotes 3, Flames 2, OT

At Calgary, Alberta, Jeremy Roenick's first goal of the season, with 52 seconds left in overtime, lifted Phoenix.