Sidney Crosby scored twice for his fourth multiple-goal game in the last six outings as the Penguins won their 11th in a row by beating the Toronto Maple Leafs, 5-2, Wednesday in Pittsburgh. The Penguins, 12-0-1 since last losing on Nov. 10, are on the second-longest winning streak in franchise history.
Their longest run was an NHL-record 17-game streak in 1993.
Elsewhere: Colin Wilson, Martin Erat, and J.P. Dumont scored and Anders Lindback made 35 saves to help the Nashville Predators hand the Red Wings their third straight loss, 3-2, in Detroit. . . . Chicago beat the visiting Dallas Stars, 5-3.