Tomas Kaberle sent a wrist shot past Marc-Andre Fleury to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a 3-2 overtime victory last night at Pittsburgh, sending the Penguins to their fifth straight loss.
The Maple Leafs have won three straight, but Pittsburgh is going in the opposite direction. The Penguins are 0-4, with two overtime losses, since Michel Therrien replaced fired coach Ed Olczyk Dec. 15 after the team had lost 12 of 13.
Kaberle scored 2:26 into the extra session from the slot on a pass from Mats Sundin, who had a goal and two assists.
The Penguins opened the scoring during a two-man advantage 7:29 into the second period. Sergei Gonchar's shot was deflected twice out of the air, first by John LeClair and then by Mark Recchi, who got it past Mikael Tellqvist for his 10th goal.
But Toronto's Alexander Khavanov tied it 1:07 later when he scored his second goal. He was alone in the slot and put in a rebound of Sundin's shot.
Red Wings 4, Stars 1 -- Chris Osgood stopped 27 shots, and Henrik Zetterberg had a goal and two assists to send visiting Detroit to its fourth straight victory.
Mikael Samuelsson, Tomas Holmstrom, and Kirk Maltby also had goals for the Red Wings in the first meeting of the season between the Western Conference rivals.
Predators 4, Flames 3 -- Scottie Upshall's tiebreaking goal with 6:47 left helped visiting Nashville extend its winning streak to six games.
Nashville trailed, 2-0, in the first period and 3-2 heading into the third. Jerred Smithson tied it at 8:46.