Phil Kessel scored two of host Toronto's four third-period goals and the Maple Leafs beat Anaheim, 6-2, for their sixth straight victory Tuesday night, snapping the Ducks' eight-game winning streak.
Anaheim starter Frederik Andersen was replaced by backup goalie Ilya Bryzgalov following Kadri's goal.
Blue Jackets 1, Red Wings 0 - Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 30 shots through overtime and two more in a shootout as visiting Columbus outlasted Detroit for its seventh straight win. Columbus has three shootout wins during its streak.
Canadiens 4, Hurricanes 1 - Alex Galchenyuk scored a career-best three goals, and host Montreal beat Carolina for its third straight win. Victor Rask was the only goal scorer for Carolina, which has lost six in a row. The Hurricanes have scored just one goal in each of the losses in their skid.
Another mumps case
Pittsburgh forward Beau Bennett has the mumps, joining Penguins captain Sidney Crosby and a dozen other players across the NHL with the disease.
The team confirmed the diagnosis Tuesday after a series of tests. Bennett was placed in isolation Monday after showing symptoms of the disease.
- Associated Press