Darryl Sittler scored three goals and defenseman Ian Turnbull scored once and assisted twice to lead Toronto to a 6-1 National Hockey League drubbing of Philadelphia Saturday night at Toronto.
Philadelphia's only goal came from Don Saleski, his seventh in five games, at 13:20 of the final period. The Flyers had yielded only three goals in their first four games, all victories. Bruins 4, Kings 3
Don Marcottee scored twice for visiting Boston in the second period then the Bruins held off a late Los Angeles rally for the victory. Islanders 7, Rangers 2
Michel Bergeron, obtained from Detroit earlier in the week, scored two first-period goals to pace the host Islanders past their New York rival Rangers. Dave Lewis also scored in the opening period to give the Islanders a 3-0 lead. Penguins 5, Flames 2
Defenseman Ron Stackhouse scored twice to lead Pittsburgh past visiting Atlanta. Stackhouse, scoring his second and third goals of the season, beat Flame goaltender Phil Myre high over his glove hand on both goals. Red Wings 4, North Stars 2
Paul Woods and Bill Lochead each scored two goals and Dale McCourt had three assists to power visiting Detroit past Minnesota. Rockies 3, Black Hawks 0
Goalie Doug Favell turned aside 33 shots as host Colorado defeated Chicago. It was Colorado's first shutout in 85 game since the NHL franchise moved to Denver last year. Barons 3, Blues 2
Cleveland goalie Gilles Meloche stopped 51 shots and Bob Murdoch scored two goals to lead the visiting Barons past St. Louis.