Anaheim won their fourth in a row as goalie Jonas Hiller made 30 saves on Sunday night.
Corey Perry nets twice and Ducks defeat Senators
Ducks 4, Senators 1
Corey Perry scored twice as the Anaheim Ducks coasted to a 4-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators before a sellout crowd of 17,177 at the Honda Center.
The Ducks (4-1) captured their fourth in a row and handed the Senators (1-2-2) their second straight setback.
Anaheim set a club mark for shots on goal, recording 56 and breaking the previous mark of 54 set against the Edmonton Oilers on March 27, 2009.
Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller turned back 30 shots, while Ottawa’s Robin Lehner finished with 45 saves.
Jets 3, Devils 0
A defensive clampdown helped the Winnipeg Jets reverse their fortunes. The Jets allowed just 24 shots to the New Jersey Devils in a 3-0 win Sunday night at the MTS Centre.
Winnipeg goalie Al Montoya was sharp while recording the shutout in his first action of the season.
In the moments before Winnipeg left wing Evander Kane opened the scoring early in the second period, Montoya made a pad save on Devils right winger Michael Ryder during a New Jersey five-on-three power-play.
Coyotes 5, Hurricanes 3
Rob Klinkhammer scored his first two goals of the season as the Phoenix Coyotes defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 5-3 at PNC Arena, winning their third game in a row.
Klinkhammer’s tiebreaking goal came 22 seconds into the third period, assisted by Zbynek Michalek and goalie Mike Smith.
The Coyotes, wrapping up a five-game road trip, also received goals from Mikkel Boedker, Lauri Korpikoski and Shane Doan. In goal, Smith made 31 saves.
Kings 3, Panthers 0
Backup goalie Ben Scrivens made his first start of the season and earned a shutout as the Los Angeles Kings blanked the Florida Panthers 3-0 at the BB&T Center.
The Kings won their third straight game – including two in a row on the road – and improved to 4-2 overall.
Florida fell to 2-4, including 1-1 at home. In their four losses, the Panthers have been outscored 19-3. Los Angeles outshot Florida 29-20.