The Toronto Maple Leafs turned the tables on the Buffalo Sabres.
The Leafs beat the Sabres, 6-2, last night in Toronto after being humbled, 8-1, on Saturday in Buffalo in their worst outing of the season.
"It was a good bounce-back effort," Toronto Coach Pat Quinn said. "It was a humiliating night and we certainly competed better around the puck."
Toronto was led by a nearly unstoppable Sergei Berezin, who took 11 shots on goal--the most on the team this season. He scored twice, added an assist and just missed a hat trick on a two-on-one break late in the game.
The Leafs scored the first five goals in a game that was never in doubt.
Igor Korolev also had two goals and Dmitri Khristich had one for Toronto. Rookie Kevyn Adams scored his first career goal and Curtis Joseph made 27 saves for his 20th victory.
"It was up to us to undo what happened, and we showed a lot of professionalism," Adams said.
STARS 4, KINGS 1: In Dallas, Mike Keane had a short-handed goal and Mike Modano scored during a third-period power play as Dallas remained unbeaten in 20 games against Los Angeles.
Rookie Brenden Morrow had a first-period goal, and Ed Belfour made 26 saves to help the Stars improve to 14-0-6 since losing to Los Angeles on April 6, 1995.
Sergei Zubov scored an empty-net goal with 41 seconds left and had two assists for the Stars.
AVALANCHE 2, OILERS 2: In Denver, Alex Tanguay tied the game late in the third period and Jon Klemm had his first goal in nearly two months as Colorado earned a draw with Edmonton.
With the game tied at 1, Avalanche defenseman Sandis Ozolinsh turned the puck over deep in the Colorado zone. Pat Fallon pounced on it and fed Doug Weight with a cross-ice pass. Weight sent a low drive past the stick of Patrick Roy at 4 minutes 34 seconds of the third period.
Tanguay made it 2-2 at 13:40 when Joe Sakic, who had two assists, circled the net and sent a pass in front of the crease to a waiting Tanguay.
BLUES 5, RANGERS 2: Pierre Turgeon extended a personal streak and sent host New York deeper into one.
With a goal and an assist, Turgeon stretched his point-scoring streak to 15 games as St. Louis kept New York winless in seven contests. Turgeon tied Pittsburgh's Jaromir Jagr for the longest streak this season.
"I just try to take it shift by shift and win the battles along the boards," Turgeon said.
The Rangers are 0-3-3-1 in their last seven games.
Lubos Bartecko scored twice and Todd Reirden had three assists for St. Louis.
DEVILS 4, SENATORS 3: In Kanata, Ontario, Brendan Morrison made sure the New Jersey Devils had two points to show for their fast start.
The former University of Michigan star scored 2:52 into overtime to give the Devils the win.
A goal by Ottawa's Vaclav Prospal with eight-tenths of a second remaining in regulation forced the overtime.
Sergei Brylin, Jason Arnott and Brad Bombardir scored in the first nine minutes as New Jersey raced to a 3-0 lead.
Ottawa goalie Ron Tugnutt was replaced by Patrick Lalime after Arnott's goal at 5:02 of the first period.
"It was my fault we lost," Tugnutt said. "I'm pretty upset, embarrassed. When you deserve to get yanked like I did in the last two games, you have to work through it."