Sergei Fedorov scored twice in the third period and Brendan Shanahan added a goal and two assists last night in the Detroit Red Wings' 5-1 victory over the free-falling Penguins in Pittsburgh.

The Penguins are winless in 13 games (0-12-1), the second-longest streak in team history. They are also winless in nine home games (0-8-1).

"That's certainly a great team. They just keep coming and coming and coming," Pittsburgh goalie Johan Hedberg said. "I don't know how many games we've been playing without winning, but I don't know when the last time was that we had a bounce go our way, either."

Fedorov, who has six goals in seven games, also added an assist as Detroit remained atop the Western Conference and two points behind Ottawa for the NHL points lead.

Darren McCarty and Luc Robitaille also scored for the Red Wings, who have won five straight games and have lost just one of 18 (16-1-0-1).

* MAPLE LEAFS 3, ISLANDERS 3: Dave Scatchard scored New York's third goal of the third period with 2 minutes 35 seconds left in regulation as the Islanders rallied for a tie in Toronto.

Owen Nolan scored twice for the Maple Leafs, who couldn't hold leads of 2-0 and 3-2. Nolan has five goals in five games since being acquired from San Jose on March 5.

Adrian Aucoin and Arron Asham also scored for the Islanders, who lost, 1-0, to the New York Rangers on Monday.

* SABRES 5, FLYERS 2: Maxim Afinogenov scored the tiebreaking goal midway through the second period to lead host Buffalo.

Sabres Coach Lindy Ruff passed Scotty Bowman with his franchise-record 211th win. Ruff is 211-201-70 in six years with Buffalo. Bowman was 210-134-60.

"I'm sure I'll see Scotty. I can mention 211 wins, and he's going to mention a couple handfuls of Stanley Cups," Ruff joked. "So he's going to one-up me right away."

* SENATORS 6, HURRICANES 5: Jason Spezza had two goals, and Wade Redden added a goal and an assist as visiting Ottawa became the first NHL team to reach 100 points.

The Eastern Conference's highest-scoring team needed all it could get after another shaky performance by goalie Patrick Lalime, who made 20 saves as Ottawa broke a two-game losing streak. Lalime has allowed 14 goals in the last three games.

* DEVILS 1, CANADIENS 0: Martin Brodeur made 25 saves for his eighth shutout this season, and Scott Gomez scored a power-play goal in the first period to lead visiting New Jersey.

Brodeur preserved his 63rd career shutout and 37th win of the season by making a sprawling stop to rob Saku Koivu during a third-period power play.

"It's pretty simple -- we didn't score," Koivu said.

* BLUES 6, CANUCKS 4: Peter Cajanek and Eric Boguniecki scored 40 seconds apart in the third period, leading host St. Louis to victory.

* COYOTES 2, BRUINS 1: Ladislav Nagy scored his third goal in two games and added an assist as host Phoenix edged Boston.

* FLAMES 4, KINGS 1: Dave Lowry had a goal and two assists, and Jarome Iginla had a goal and an assist to lead visiting Calgary.

Oleg Saprykin also scored, and Craig Conroy had three assists for the Flames.