BOSTON - Jamie Langenbrunner scored two goals to lift the New Jersey Devils to a 3-1 win over the Boston Bruins last night in a game played in front of about only 1,500 people because of a snowstorm.

Brian Gionta also scored and Martin Brodeur stopped 19 shots for the Devils.

Marc Savard had a power-play goal for Boston.

Islanders 3, Coyotes 2

UNIONDALE, N.Y. - Bill Guerin snapped a scoreless tie in the second period and added a goal in the third as New York topped Phoenix in a matchup of the NHL's lowest-scoring teams.

The Islanders came in with a league-low 66 goals - two fewer than Phoenix - but found a way to beat their unfamiliar opponent. Because of the NHL's unbalanced schedule, Phoenix hadn't visited Long Island since Oct. 29, 2002. Phoenix beat New York, 6-3, last season when the Islanders went to the desert.

Marc-Andre Bergeron added a goal for the Islanders. Nick Boynton and Niko Kapanen scored for the Coyotes.

Oilers 4, Red Wings 3

DETROIT - Ales Hemsky scored the only goal of the shoot-out to give Edmonton a win over Detroit, snapping the Red Wings' seven-game winning streak.

Hemsky, Joni Pitkanen and Fernando Pisani scored for Edmonton in regulation, and Robert Nilsson and Sam Gagner each had two assists. Dwayne Roloson made 39 saves.

Henrik Zetterberg had two goals and Mark Hartigan also scored for Detroit. Brian Rafalski had two assists and Dominik Hasek stopped 22 shots.

Flames 9, Lightning 6

TAMPA, Fla. - Jarome Iginla and Kristian Huselius had three goals each to lead Calgary over Tampa Bay.

Iginla scored all his goals in the third period, giving him six career hat tricks. Huselius' hat trick was his first. Adrian Aucoin and Daymond Langkow had the other Calgary goals. Goalie Miikka Kiprusoff gave up six goals on 31 shots.

Tampa Bay got two goals and an assist from Martin St. Louis. Vincent Lecavalier, Andre Roy, Vinny Prospal and Brad Richards also scored.

Senators 4, Penguins 1

PITTSBURGH - Dany Heatley scored two goals for the second night in a row and Jason Spezza also scored twice as Ottawa beat Pittsburgh for the Senators' fourth straight win.

Avalanche 2, Predators 1

NASHVILLE - Ryan Smyth and Ian Laperriere scored third-period goals and Colorado beat Nashville.

Avalanche goaltender Peter Budaj came within 19 seconds of his first shutout of the season before Alexander Radulov scored for the Predators.

Stars 4, Kings 1

DALLAS - Mike Ribeiro had two goals and two assists and Dallas beat Los Angeles.

Antti Miettinen added a goal and two assists, and Brenden Morrow had a goal and an assist for the Stars, 11-1-1 in their last 13 meetings with the Kings.

Panthers 1, Blues 0

ST. LOUIS - Tomas Vokoun stopped 33 shots and recorded his 24th career shutout as Florida earned a win over St. Louis.

Stephen Weiss scored the lone goal of the game at 1:10 of the second period.

Numminen back on ice.

Buffalo Sabres defenseman Teppo Numminen skated with his teammates yesterday for the first time since undergoing open-heart surgery three months ago.

The 39-year-old had surgery to repair a faulty heart valve in September. The problem was discovered after a routine checkup before training camp.