Jere Lehtinen scored twice, including the tiebreaker with 15.8 seconds left, and the Stars handed the Florida Panthers their 10th straight road loss, 4-3, last night in Dallas.
With the score even at 3 and Dallas on its fifth power play of the third period, Mike Modano took possession of the puck deep in the Florida zone on a giveaway by defenseman Steve Montador. Modano passed from behind the net to Lehtinen, who beat goalie Jamie McLennan for his 14th goal.
Defensemen Martin Skoula and Trevor Daley added first-period goals for the Stars, who've won four straight and 12 of 14.
Juraj Kolnik, Nathan Horton, and former Stars forward Joe Nieuwendyk had second-period goals for the Panthers, who haven't won on the road since Oct. 25 at Pittsburgh.
The crowd was about a third of the announced 17,377 due to an ice storm that rolled into the North Texas area earlier yesterday.
Flames 4, Devils 1 -- Jarome Iginla scored two goals and had an assist to lead Calgary in East Rutherford, N.J.
Dion Phaneuf and Daymond Langkow also scored, and Phillipe Sauve made 31 saves for the Flames, who had three power-play goals.
Alexander Mogilny scored for the Devils, who dropped their second straight game.
Calgary took charge with three unanswered goals in the second period. The Devils picked up two penalties in the first 30 seconds, and the Flames cashed in both power plays to break a 1-1 deadlock.
Blackhawks 2, Rangers 1 -- Tyler Arnason scored a power-play goal 1:20 into overtime for host Chicago. With Martin Rucinsky serving a double minor for high-sticking, Arnason drove to the net and fired a shot between the pads of goalie Henrik Lundqvist.
Predators 5, Capitals 2 -- Marek Zidlicky and Scott Sullivan scored two goals apiece to lead Nashville in Washington.