Simon Gagne had a goal and an assist as the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Tampa Bay Lightning, 3-2, last night in a matchup of early-season division leaders.

Jeremy Roenick and John LeClair also scored for the Atlantic Division-leading Flyers, who have lost just once in their last 11 games against Tampa Bay (8-1-2).

"They are a big team," Tampa Bay Coach John Tortorella said. "It's not the style of the Broad Street bullies. They're a well-coached hockey club. They play under a strict team concept. They fill a lot of the ice with big bodies."

Nikolai Khabibulin stopped 29 shots for the Southeast Division-leading Lightning, which fell to 7-1-0-1 at home. He kept the game close by making 25 saves through two periods.

Vincent Lecavalier and Sheldon Keefe scored for Tampa Bay, which had 11 shots through the second and finished with 19.

* RANGERS 3, MIGHTY DUCKS 2: Pavel Bure and Eric Lindros finally came through for New York on a night its coach couldn't make it out of bed.

Bure scored 57 seconds into overtime, snapping a nine-game drought, and Lindros added his first goal in 16 games as the Rangers won at Madison Square Garden.

New York Coach Bryan Trottier missed his third game in the last four, this time because of a sore back that kept him at home. Trottier also missed two games while serving a suspension on New York's four-game road trip.

The 44-year-old Hall of Fame player has had stenosis -- a genetic narrowing of the spinal column -- since he was 19. He received a cortisone shot Monday following the Rangers' 2-2 road trip.

* MAPLE LEAFS 2, BRUINS 0: Ed Belfour made 29 saves for his second shutout since signing with the Maple Leafs as Toronto won at home.

Mikael Renberg and Paul Healey scored third-period goals for the Maple Leafs, who ended Boston's five-game unbeaten streak.

Belfour struggled in his first month with his new team, but he has stopped 94 of the last 98 shots he's faced.

* HURRICANES 4, SENATORS 4: In Raleigh, N.C., Bates Battaglia and Ron Francis scored 53 seconds apart early in the third period, and Rod Brind'Amour added a goal with eight minutes left as the Hurricanes tied Ottawa.

The three-goal third period wasn't enough for the Hurricanes to pull out a win after falling behind 2-0 in the first because Marian Hossa and Radek Bonk scored late goals for Ottawa. Bonk's came with 6:15 left in regulation.

* KINGS 2, WILD 2: Sergei Zholtok had a goal and an assist as Minnesota tied visiting Los Angeles.

Ziggy Palffy and Alexander Frolov had goals for the Kings, who improved to 2-3-1-1 on their road trip that began Nov. 5 and ends Thursday in St. Louis.

* THRASHERS 4, PANTHERS 3: Shawn McEachern scored a power-play goal at 3:23 of overtime to give Atlanta a come-from-behind victory at home.

McEachern scored his sixth of the season on a two-on-one, converting a perfect crossing pass from Vyacheslav Kozlov.

* DEVILS 4, SABRES 3: Scott Niedermayer scored 1:23 into overtime as New Jersey extended visiting Buffalo's winless streak to 12 games.

Oleg Tverdovsky, John Madden and Jeff Friesen also scored for the Devils, who overcame a 2-0 deficit.

* OILERS 3, BLACKHAWKS 1: Steve Staios and Ethan Moreau scored short-handed goals in the first period to lead Edmonton at home.

The Blackhawks went 0 for 3 while allowing two goals on the power play and had their season-best unbeaten run snapped at six games (4-0-2).

* RED WINGS 5, FLAMES 0: Curtis Joseph stopped 29 shots for his second shutout of the season and Kirk Maltby had a goal and an assist as Detroit rolled on the road and extended Calgary's scoring drought to 160:39.

Hurricanes goalie Kevin Weekes is grounded during the first period after goal by Senators' Martin Havlat.