DENVER — Johan Franzen scored two goals, including the tiebreaker with 12:50 remaining, and Jonas Gustavsson stopped 38 shots, lifting the Detroit Red Wings to a 4-2 win over Colorado on Thursday night and snapping the Avalanche's six-game winning streak under new coach Patrick Roy.
Pavel Datsyuk also had two goals, and Daniel Alfredsson added three assists for the Red Wings, who lost dependable defenseman Niklas Kronwall early when he was carried off the ice on a stretcher after being rammed into the boards by Cody McLeod.
Stars 4, Sharks 3, SO
At Dallas, Cody Eakin tied it at 12:58 of the second period and rookie Alex Chiasson scored the only goal of the shootout as Dallas ended San Jose's perfect start to the season.
The Sharks (6-0-1) fell one game shy of tying last season's, team-record 7-0 start.
Dallas also got goals from Tyler Seguin and Trevor Daley. Dan Ellis stopped 32 shots.
Penguins 4, Flyers 1
At Philadelphia, Sidney Crosby, Jussi Jokinen and Chris Kunitz scored, leading Pittsburgh past Philadelphia. Evgeni Malkin added an empty-net goal in the final seconds.
The Penguins were the latest team to beat the NHL-worst Flyers. Off to their worst start after eight games, the Flyers are 1-7 and mired in last place with two points.
Blues 3, Blackhawks 2, SO
At Chicago, T.J. Oshie scored the lone goal in the shootout, Jaroslav Halak stopped all three Chicago shooters in the tiebreaker, and St. Louis Blues defeated the Blackhawks.
David Backes scored a power-play goal for St. Louis, and Alexander Steen was credited with an even-strength score in the Blues' first road game.
Bruins 3, Panthers 2
At Sunrise, Fla., Reilly Smith scored the winning goal with 59 seconds left for Boston.
Smith backhanded the puck between the legs of goalie Tim Thomas after a faceoff in the Panthers zone. The goal spoiled Thomas' first game against his former team since he joined Florida as a free agent.
Kings 2, Predators 1, SO
At Nashville, Tenn., Anze Kopitar scored the only goal of the shootout, lifting Los Angeles over Nashville.
Slava Voynov scored in regulation time for the Kings, who have won four of five.
Lightning 3, Wild 1
At Tampa, Fla., Steven Stamkos scored a tiebreaking goal with 5:04 left and Tampa Bay topped Minnesota.
Stamkos gave the Lightning a 2-1 lead when he skated in from the right wing boards and lifted an in-close shot over goalie Josh Harding during 4-on-4 play. Sami Salo added an empty-net goal in the final minute.
Islanders 3, Oilers 2
At Uniondale, N.Y., John Tavares netted the go-ahead goal late in the second period, and the New York Islanders overcame a quick scoring spurt by Edmonton's Taylor Hall.
Tavares beat goalie Devan Dubnyk with a snap shot in front with 1:07 left in the second off a pass from Kyle Okposo. It was the fourth goal of the season for the Islanders captain.
Canucks 3, Sabres 0
At Buffalo, N.Y., Roberto Luongo made 25 saves in Vancouver's shutout win over Buffalo.
Brad Richardson, Chris Higgins and Ryan Stanton scored for the Canucks (5-3), who are off to their best start since they were 6-1-1 in 2005.
Hurricanes 3, Maple Leafs 2
At Toronto, Ron Hainsey netted the winner in Carolina's three-goal third period against Toronto, which lost goalie James Reimer to an injury.
It was the Maple Leafs' first loss since Oct. 8.
Canadiens 5, Blue Jackets 3
At Montreal, Tomas Plekanec scored with 1:07 left to break a tie and added an empty-net goal to give Montreal a victory over Columbus.
Columbus was on a last minute power play when Plekanec pushed Brandon Prust's pass into the empty net with 16 seconds remaining. It was Montreal's second short-handed goal of the game after Andrei Markov's second-period effort.
Senators 5, Devils 2
At Ottawa, Erik Karlsson and Jason Spezza each had a goal and two assists to lead Ottawa over New Jersey.
It was the Senators' first victory at home after they spent the first two weeks of the season on the road.