PITTSBURGH — Marian Gaborik and Ryan Callahan scored power play goals 11 seconds apart as part of a four-goal third period and the New York Rangers extended their winning streak to a season-high four games with a 5-2 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday.

PITTSBURGH — Marian Gaborik and Ryan Callahan scored power play goals 11 seconds apart as part of a four-goal third period and the New York Rangers extended their winning streak to a season-high four games with a 5-2 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday.

New York took advantage when Pittsburgh's Matt Cooke took a 5-minute elbowing penalty 4:36 into the third. After Chris Kunitz scored a short-handed goal for Pittsburgh, Penguins defenseman Matt Niskanen was given a high-sticking double-minor three minutes later.

Gaborik tied the game at 2 with eight seconds remaining in the 5-on-3 advantage. Cooke's penalty had just ended when Callahan scored the game-winner.

Henrik Lundqvist made 38 saves in his 17th consecutive start despite being questionable with a stiff neck. Derek Stepan scored with 1:15 left and Brandon Dubinsky added an empty-net goal to close out the scoring.

Predators 4, Sabres 3. OT

At Buffalo, N.Y., Nashville rookie Blake Geoffrion scored three goals, including two 1:02 apart in the final three minutes of regulation, and Martin Erat completed the comeback 27 seconds into overtime as the Predators stormed to a victory over Buffalo.

Ryan Suter set up the winning goal, sending a pass from the left circle to Erat, who scored into the open right side of the net. That gave the Predators their third road win in 11 games (3-6-2).

Devils 3, Blue Jackets 0

At Columbus, Ohio, David Clarkson scored twice and Martin Brodeur made 13 saves to earn his NHL-record 115th shutout as New Jersey snapped a two-game slide by beating Columbus.

Nick Palmieri also scored, and Mattias Tedenby added two assists for the Devils, who are trying to stay in the Eastern Conference playoff race. New Jersey is in 11th place, seven points behind eighth-place Buffalo and the postseason cutoff.

Canadiens 8, Wild 1

At St. Paul, Minn., rookie defenseman P.K. Subban scored three goals for his first NHL hat trick, and Montreal posted its biggest offensive outburst in more than three years in a rout of Minnesota.

With hundreds of loud Canadiens fans in attendance, Ryan White gave visiting Montreal the lead just 31 seconds in. That set the tone for the blowout. Montreal led 2-0 after the first period and 6-0 after 40 minutes.

Ducks 5, Flames 4, OT

At Anaheim, Calif., Teemu Selanne scored on a power play with 2:01 left in regulation to offset a stunning four-goal rally by Calgary, and Corey Perry scored his second of the game 2:38 into overtime to give Anaheim a win.

Blackhawks 2, Coyotes 1

At Glendale, Ariz., Chris Campoli scored a power-play with 6:34 remaining and Chicago beat Phoenix.