STATS:

Boston is 8-8-3 against the Oilers in Edmonton. The Bruins are the only visiting team that does not have a losing record at the Northlands Coliseum. . . . Washington's 4-0 victory over New Jersey Saturday night was the Capitals' first shutout of the Devils since 1984. . . . Montreal's Patrick Roy is 0-4-6 lifetime against Philadelphia.

SPECIAL TEAMS:

The Capitals' power play, which entered the weekend in a three-for-28 slump, was six for 13 in victories over the Islanders and New Jersey.

STREAKS:

Edmonton's Craig MacTavish has played in 324 consecutive games, a streak dating back to Oct. 11, 1986. . . . Philadelphia has won six straight games, all with Ken Wregget in goal. . . . Toronto's 6-2 victory over Chicago Saturday ended the Maple Leafs' 0-6-1 slump, their worst at the start of a season.

SHOTS ON GOAL:

Chicago took 91 shots at Toronto goaltender Peter Ing in a home-and-home series with the Maple Leafs. . . . The Islanders' Wayne McBean and Buffalo's Donald Audette both scored their first NHL goals Saturday. McBean's was his first in 91 regular-season games.

WAMSLEY OUT:

Calgary goaltender Rick Wamsley will be sidelined at least a week with suspected broken bones in his catching hand. Steve Guenette was called up from Salt Lake of the International Hockey League as a backup to Mike Vernon.