Kings rally, top Canucks in shootout behind Carter

LOS ANGELES — Jeff Carter scored Los Angeles' first power-play goal of the season and added the only score in the shootout, leading the Kings to a 3-2 comeback victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Monday night.

Defenseman Slava Voynov tied it with 43.2 seconds left in regulation for the defending Stanley Cup champions, who have won two straight after an 0-2-1 start. Jonathan Quick stopped 21 shots for the Kings, including all three Vancouver attempts in the shootout.

Bruins 5, Hurricanes 3

At Raleigh, N.C., David Krejci scored a tiebreaking goal with 1:50 left and Boston beat Carolina.

Zdeno Chara had a goal and two assists, Nathan Horton had a goal and an assist, Tyler Seguin had an empty-net goal and an assist and Brad Marchand scored a short-handed goal for the Bruins.

Coyotes 4, Predators 0

At Glendale, Ariz., Chad Johnson earned his first NHL shutout in his Phoenix debut and the Coyotes beat Nashville.

Oilers 4, Avalanche 1

At Edmonton, Alberta, Devan Dubnyk made 37 saves and Edmonton scored all of its goals on the power play to defeat Colorado.

Ales Hemsky, Jordan Eberle, Shawn Horcoff and Nail Yakupov, into an empty net, scored on the man advantage for the Oilers.

Blue Jackets 2, Stars 1

At Columbus, Ohio, Vinny Prospal scored from a hard angle at 1:22 of the third and Sergei Bobrovsky had 24 saves to lead Columbus past Dallas.

It was the Jackets' first win since opening night in Nashville in a shootout. They had been outscored 16-6 since while mustering just a point in a shootout loss to Detroit a week ago.

Derek Dorsett also scored for the Blue Jackets. Philip Larsen had the Stars' goal with Kari Lehtonen stopping 25 shots.

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