Bryan Smolinski's third goal of the season, early in the final period, led the Los Angeles Kings to a 3-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Friday night.
Erik Rasmussen and Mathieu Schneider also scored, and Felix Potvin made 28 saves for Los Angeles. The Kings are 1-1 on a season-high eight-game road trip.
"Anytime you get points in Ottawa, with the disciplined game that they play, you have to be satisfied," Kings Coach Andy Murray said.
Wade Redden and Radek Bonk scored power-play goals for the Senators, who outshot the Kings 30-20. Ottawa had beaten Colorado and Detroit in its two most recent starts following a four-game winless streak.
Mike Cammalleri made his NHL debut for the Kings. Recalled from Manchester of the AHL on Thursday, the 20-year-old center played on a line with Ziggy Palffy and Adam Deadmarsh, and drew an assist on Schneider's goal.
"It was extremely exciting," Cammalleri said. "It was a dream come true for me and good to get the win."
* STARS 2, MAPLE LEAFS 1: Ed Belfour played well in his first game against his former teammates since signing with Toronto, but goals by Pierre Turgeon and Jason Arnott gave Dallas the victory at home.
Belfour's former Stars backup, Marty Turco, stopped 22 shots, making an outstanding glove save to deny Bryan McCabe from 25 feet with 29 seconds left. Dallas improved to 5-0-0-1 at home.
* MIGHTY DUCKS 3, AVALANCHE 2: Niclas Havelid scored 20 seconds into overtime as Anaheim extended Colorado's worst start at home.
Colorado continued to struggle on the power play and remained the only Western Conference team without a win at home (0-4-3). Atlanta also has not won at home.
* ISLANDERS 4, OILERS 2: Dave Scatchard scored twice, and Chris Osgood made 31 saves as host New York snapped a six-game losing streak.
Adrian Aucoin and Shawn Bates also scored for the Islanders, who got two assists from Brad Isbister.
Ryan Smyth and Jason Chimera had goals for Edmonton, which lost for the second night in a row.
* LIGHTNING 4, PENGUINS 1: Vincent Lecavalier had three goals as Southeast Division-leading Tampa Bay ended a three-game losing streak by beating visiting Pittsburgh.
Lecavalier gave the Lightning a 2-1 lead at 4:25 of the third period when he put a backhander from in close past Johan Hedberg. He completed his first career hat trick with an empty-net goal with 1:12 remaining.