EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Martin Brodeur made 18 saves for his second straight victory over Washington since returning for a knee injury, leading the New Jersey Devils to a 3-2 victory Saturday.

Grant Marshall, Vladimir Malakhov and Jamie Langenbrunner had power-play goals for the Devils, who beat the Capitals 4-3 on Friday in Washington. Matt Bradley and Brian Sutherby scored for Washington.

THRASHERS 9, HURRICANES 0: At Raleigh, N.C., Ilya Kovalchuk scored two more goals to help Atlanta set a franchise scoring record.

The Thrashers, who broke the team mark of eight goals, snapped Carolina's franchise-record winning streak at nine games. The loss was the worst for the Hurricanes since the team moved from Hartford.

Atlanta scored on its first two shots, with Kovalchuk, who had a career-high four goals Friday night in a 5-2 victory over Tampa Bay, and Scott Mellanby beating Martin Gerber. Gerber, who had two shutouts in his previous three games, was pulled after Mellanby's goal with 9:03 left in the period.

Bobby Holik, Jim Slater, Marian Hossa, Greg de Vries, Serge Aubin and Peter Bondra also scored for Atlanta. Marc Savard had four assists.

RANGERS 6, PENGUINS 1: At Pittsburgh, former Penguins star Jaromir Jagr scored three goals, including a pair 15 seconds apart with the teams skating 4-on-4 in the second period, and New York Rangers won its third in a row on the road.

Jagr's 15th, 16th and 17th goals came after he went scoreless for four games — a stretch in which the Rangers won three times, losing only to the Penguins on Monday night. Jagr is tied for the NHL goal lead with Philadelphia's Simon Gagne.

Steve Rucchin had two goals in the third period, and Jed Ortmeyer also scored for New York. Kevin Weekes made 23 saves, allowing only Mark Recchi's goal.

SENATORS 6, SABRES 1: At Ottawa, Dany Heatley scored twice to extend his club-record scoring streak to 15 games in Ottawa's victory over Buffalo.

Heatley has at least one point in every game the Senators (13-2-0) have played this season. He has 15 goals and 13 assists.

Chris Neil, Daniel Alfredsson, Mike Fisher and Brian Pothier also scored for the Senators, who lead the NHL with 75 goals and have allowed a league-low 31.

Ray Emery made 24 saves, allowing only Derek Roy's goal with 5:39 left.

MAPLE LEAFS 5, CANADIENS 4, OT: At Montreal, Jeff O'Neill scored a power-play goal 4:13 into overtime for Toronto.

Jason Allison scored the tying goal with 2:28 remaining in the third, and O'Neill got the winner with 46.8 seconds left in overtime. Bryan McCabe, Alexei Ponikarovsky and Kyle Wellwood also scored for the Maple Leafs.

Alex Kovalev, Steve Begin, Andrei Markov and Michael Ryder scored for the Canadiens, who retired the No. 12 in honor of Hall of Famers Dickie Moore and Yvan Cournoyer during a ceremony before the game.

ISLANDERS 5, BRUINS 2: At Uniondale, N.Y., Trent Hunter snapped a 12-game scoring drought with 6:15 left, after the official scorer took an earlier goal away, and Arron Asham added an insurance for New York.

Shawn Bates had two goals and Mike York scored his 100th NHL goal for the Islanders. Rick DiPietro, a Massachusetts native, made 29 saves after missing an earlier meeting with the Bruins because of a bruised knee.

Dave Scatchard and Sergei Samsonov scored for Boston, which dropped its second straight in regulation after earning points in nine straight games.

FLYERS 5, PANTHERS 4: At Philadelphia, Mike Knuble scored a short-handed goal with 3.2 seconds left for the Flyers in their sixth straight win and ninth straight at home.

Knuble scored twice, Simon Gagne added his 17th goal, Peter Forsberg had his NHL-best 25th assist and Robert Esche stopped 26 shots. Gagne is tied for the NHL goal lead with the New York Rangers' Jaromir Jagr.

Jeff Carter and Joni Pitkanen also scored for Philadelphia.

Kristian Huselius, Gary Roberts, Martin Gelinas and Niklas Hagman scored for Florida. The Panthers have gone nearly three weeks since they last won a game, against Pittsburgh on Oct. 25.

COYOTES 2, MIGHTY DUCKS 1, OT: At Phoenix, Zbynek Michalek scored with 1:51 left in overtime, giving the Phoenix Coyotes a 2-1 victory over the Anaheim Mighty Ducks on Saturday night.

The Phoenix defenseman fired a centering pass to Mike Comrie, who was just outside the crease to the right of Anaheim's Jean-Sebastien Giguere. But the puck went off a defender's skates, saving a victory for beleaguered Phoenix goalie Curtis Joseph, who faced a season-high 44 shots.