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James Van Riemsdyk and Matt Read also scored for Philadelphia and Sergei Bobrovsky made 23 saves.
Fabian Brunnstrom scored for Detroit and Jimmy Howard stopped 19 shots.
The Flyers‘ victory came a night after a banana was thrown from the stands as Wayne Simmonds scored during a shootout. Simmonds, who is black, did not play Friday night but was seen signing autographs.
Canadiens 4, Senators 3, SO
MONTREAL (AP) _ Max Pacioretty fueled the comeback and Erik Cole scored the shootout winner for the Canadiens.
Pacioretty converted Montreal’s first shootout attempt after scoring a pair of power-play goals in the second to key the Canadiens’ comeback from a 3-0 deficit. The Canadiens’ left wing played his second game since returning from a broken vertebra, the result of a controversial hit by Boston’s Zdeno Chara on March 8.
Scott Gomez drew Montreal even at 3 with 36.5 seconds left in the third when the puck went in off Ottawa captain Daniel Alfredsson.
Zack Smith scored goals 1:03 apart in the first period and Milan Michalek got the Senators’ third goal midway through the second.
Nathan Lawson stopped all 11 shots he faced after taking over for Montreal starter Carey Price following Michalek’s goal.
Craig Anderson played the entire game for Ottawa, stopping 29 shots.
Wild 4, Blue Jackets 3, OT
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) _ Dany Heatley scored twice in his Minnesota debut, including the winner in overtime for the Wild.
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