ROUNDUP | Monday's other games

Canadiens 4, Rangers 1
NEW YORK -- Jose Theodore made 31 saves to snap his five-game losing streak, and Saku Koivu had a goal and two assists, helping Montreal beat New York. Theodore was 0-5 with an .873 save percentage since playing in the All-Star game. Mike Ribeiro had a goal and assist, and Patrice Brisebois and Jason Ward also scored for Montreal.
Panthers 2, Bruins 0
BOSTON -- Roberto Luongo made 38 saves for his fifth shutout of the season, handing Boston its first regulation loss in 13 games. The last Bruins defeat in regulation was a 2-1 home loss to the Panthers on Jan. 24. Darcy Hordichuk and Andreas Lilja scored for Florida, 4-2-2-0 under new coach John Torchetti.
Lightning 6, Capitals 3
WASHINGTON -- Martin St. Louis sparked Tampa Bay's four-goal third period with a goal and two assists. St. Louis, who also had an assist in the first period, helped the Lightning take command in the third period when they outshot Washington 14-2. Fredrik Modin and Dave Andreychuk scored power-play goals 73 seconds apart in the third period to give Tampa Bay a 4-3 lead.
Hurricanes 2, Maple Leafs 1
TORONTO -- Ron Francis scored his 545th goal, surpassing Maurice Richard for 20th place on the NHL's career list. Erik Cole also scored a power-play goal for the Hurricanes, who have won just two of their last 10 games.
Red Wings 1, Oilers 1
EDMONTON, Alberta -- Nicklas Lidstrom's goal midway in the third period lifted Detroit into a share of first place in the overall standings with Ottawa. The Red Wings gave Marc Lamothe his first NHL start in four years and only the third of his career so they could rest goalie Manny Legace.
Mighty Ducks 1, Coyotes 1
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Jean-Sebastien Giguere made 37 saves in his season-high eighth straight start. Jason Krog scored for the Mighty Ducks. Daymond Langkow scored and Brian Boucher made 23 saves for the Coyotes.
Kings 3, Predators 0
LOS ANGELES -- Ian Laperriere had his second consecutive two-goal game and Cristobal Huet made 21 saves for his fourth career shutout. Michael Cammalleri also scored and Eric Belanger had two assists, helping end Nashville's three-game winning streak.
-- Associated Press