SAN JOSE, Calif. - Matt Tennyson scored, that's all he knows and all he cares to know.
Tennyson and Barclay Goodrow scored within 34 seconds of each other midway through the third period to lift the San Jose Sharks to a 4-3 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday night.
RALEIGH, N.C. - The Carolina Hurricanes brought the NHL's worst record and a long losing streak into a meeting with the Toronto Maple Leafs — perhaps hockey's hottest team.
They came out of it with a most unexpected win.
Justin Faulk had a goal and assist, and the Hurricanes carried play all the way Thursday night in a 4-1 victory over the Maple Leafs.
NEWARK, N.J. - Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson felt he was playing well even if the results showed otherwise.
Anderson put it all together against New Jersey on Wednesday night, making 34 saves in the Senators' 2-0 win over the Devils.
Kyle Turris provided the offence with a pair of goals.
The spotlight clearly belonged to Anderson, who was 2-6-2 in his previous 10 starts.
GLENDALE, Ariz. - Oliver Ekman-Larsson looked up in overtime and saw 15 seconds on the clock, but lost track after a couple of turnovers.
Knowing he had to hurry, Ekman-Larsson whipped a shot at the net, hoping it was in time.
It was, just barely, ending Arizona's team-record home losing streak in the process.
SUNRISE, Fla. - Nick Bjugstad took a deep breath before his second attempt in the longest shootout in NHL history.
And when he finally exhaled and scored, the Florida Panthers had outlasted the Washington Capitals in a whopping 20 rounds.
"I've never seen anything like that," Florida goalie Roberto Luongo said.
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Latvia is in love with Buffalo Sabres forward Zemgus Girgensons, who remains the runaway leader in the NHL All-Star game fan vote.
The second-year player had nearly 1.1 million votes Tuesday. That's nearly double the total of each of the next two forwards: Chicago's Patrick Kane (586,310) and Jonathan Toews (573,198).
Girgensons' total is more than half the 2 million population of his native Latvia, where the NHL says he's attracted more than 80 per cent of his votes.
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Brian Flynn and the surging Sabres are bringing home-ice advantage back to Buffalo.
Flynn scored a game-tying goal with under 4 minutes to play and Matt Moulson scored the scored the only goal of the shootout to lift Buffalo to a 5-4 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Monday night for the Sabres' sixth straight home win.
TORRANCE, Calif. - Slava Voynov's wife told police the Los Angeles Kings defenceman hit, choked and pushed her into a television in their bedroom during a fight in October, an officer testified Monday.
After hearing the description of the injuries to Voynov's wife, a judge ruled Monday that there is enough evidence against the player for him to stand trial on a felony domestic violence charge.
CHICAGO - The Chicago Blackhawks found a higher gear in the third period, and Brandon Saad helped finish off the Calgary Flames.
Saad scored with 7:03 left, and the Blackhawks beat the Flames 2-1 on Sunday night for their 12th victory in the last 14 games.
After motoring past Calgary defenceman Mark Giordano, Saad took a centring pass from captain Jonathan Toews and lifted a shot past Jonas Hiller's glove.
"That one felt good," Saad said. "It's a great play."
BOSTON - Dave Cameron had to wait a few extra minutes to earn his first victory as an NHL coach.
The Ottawa Senators wound up with the win Saturday when Bobby Ryan and Mikka Zibanjad scored in a shootout to beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 Saturday.
Cameron took over the team after Paul MacLean was fired Monday. The Senators lost to Los Angeles 5-3 Thursday night in Cameron's debut.