DETROIT (AP) — Anders Lee knocked the puck over the goal line for a split-second in the second period, and the New York Islanders went on to a 2-1 victory over Detroit on Friday night.
Lee was credited with a tiebreaking goal after a replay review, and the Islanders held on for their fifth straight victory at Joe Louis Arena. They have not lost at Detroit since 2003.
Brock Nelson scored in the first period for the Islanders, and he also had an assist on Lee's goal. Henrik Zetterberg scored for the Red Wings.
Detroit goalie Jimmy Howard left after the first period with a lower-body injury. His counterpart, Jaroslav Halak, had 17 saves for New York.
JETS 2, BRUINS 1
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Michael Hutchinson made 30 saves and Mathieu Perreault broke a tie with 23 seconds left in the second period in the Jets' victory over the Bruins.
Evander Kane also scored for Winnipeg. Defenseman Jay Harrison, acquired by the Jets in a trade with Carolina on Thursday, had an assist on his first shift.
Tuukka Rask made 25 saves for the Bruins, and Torey Krug had Boston's goal.
DEVILS 3, LIGHTNING 2, SO
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Patrik Elias scored the only goal of the shootout to give goaltender Keith Kinkaid his first NHL win, and the Devils snapped a five-game skid with a victory over Tampa Bay.
Kinkaid stopped shootout attempts by Steven Stamkos, Nikita Kucherov and Jonathan Drouin and made 26 saves in the game.
Adam Henrique and Elias scored for New Jersey, which won for only the third time in 14 games (3-7-4).
Stamkos and Kucherova tallied for the Lightning, who lost for the fifth times in seven games. Kucherov scored with 40.1 seconds left in regulation to tie it.
SENATORS 6, DUCKS 2
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Mike Hoffman scored two goals and Erik Karlsson had two assists as the Senators beat the Ducks.
Kyle Turris added a goal and an assist, and Milan Michalek, Mark Stone and Mika Zibanejad also tallied for the Senators (14-12-6). Ottawa won back-to-back games for the first time since early November.
Craig Anderson made 32 saves to record his second straight win.
The Ducks (22-8-5) got two goals from Ryan Getzlaf 2 minutes, 33 seconds apart over the second and third periods.