Jean-Sebastien Giguere made 19 saves for his franchise-record third consecutive shutout as the Anaheim Mighty Ducks defeated the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins, 5-0, last night.

Andy McDonald scored twice, Mike Leclerc had a goal and three assists for his first four-point game and Matt Cullen had a career-high four assists for the Mighty Ducks, who extended their home undefeated streak to seven games.

Giguere has not surrendered a goal in the last 200 minutes 15 seconds -- a franchise and personal record. The shutout was his fourth of the season and 12th of his career.

"My teammates made it much easier for me," Giguere said.

The loss extended Pittsburgh's winless streak to eight games.

* COYOTES 2, KINGS 1: Branko Radivojevic scored a controversial goal with 7:03 remaining to lift Phoenix at home.

Radivojevic one-timed a pass from Daniel Briere into Jamie Storr's pads from the left side of the crease, then raised his arms to celebrate a goal. Referee Tim Peel pointed to the net three times to confirm the goal, then waved the goal off, before finally signaling goal a second time.

Video reviews confirmed Peel's third call, even though the puck could not be seen on television replays after it left Radivojevic's stick.

* WILD 2, HURRICANES 1: Dwayne Roloson stopped 33 shots and just missed his second shutout of the season as Minnesota prevailed at home.

Roloson was on his way to his ninth career shutout until Ron Francis scored Carolina's goal with 7:07 left in the game. Roloson is unbeaten in his last eight starts (5-0-3).

* STARS 5, BLACKHAWKS 0: Marty Turco stopped 16 shots for his fifth shutout of the season and Pierre Turgeon had a goal and an assist to lift Dallas on the road.

* CANUCKS 3, FLAMES 3: Sami Salo scored on a power-play goal with 4:51 left in regulation to lift Vancouver to the tie at home.

Wild's Cliff Ronning directs puck past Hurricanes' Arturs Irbe during first period. Minnesota's Dwayne Roloson made 33 saves to secure victory.