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Sunday's NHL Capsules

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Corey Perry scored two goals, Jonas Hiller made 30 saves, and the Anaheim Ducks beat Bobby Ryan and the Ottawa Senators 4-1 Sunday night for their fourth straight victory.

Captain Ryan Getzlaf and Nick Bonino also scored for the Ducks, who were Mighty again on a throwback night celebrating the 20th anniversary of the franchise's 1993 debut. The Ducks wore their original eggplant-and-teal jerseys while racking up a franchise-record 56 shots against the Senators, who lost their fourth straight.

Ryan scored his 150th career goal amid boos from the sellout crowd in his first game back in Anaheim since the Ducks traded the high-scoring forward last summer.

Anaheim surpassed its previous club record of 54 shots, set in March 2009 against Edmonton. Ottawa also set a franchise record for shots allowed, surpassing the 51 shots yielded twice before.

Hiller improved to 3-0 with several outstanding saves while wearing a throwback mask painted with the Ducks' old logo and a cartoon version of Wild Wing, the Ducks' mascot.

KINGS 3, PANTHERS 0

SUNRISE, Fla. (AP)—Ben Scrivens made 20 saves for his third career shutout, leading Los Angeles to its third consecutive win.

Jordan Nolan had a goal and an assist. Justin Williams and Daniel Carcillo also scored for the Kings.

Scrivens, acquired in a trade with Toronto in June, made his first start of the season. Regular goalie Jonathan Quick rested while Scrivens recorded his first shutout since a 3-0 victory for the Maple Leafs at Florida on Feb. 18.

Jacob Markstrom had 26 saves for Florida, which has lost four of its past five games.

JETS 3, DEVILS 0

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP)—Al Montoya made 24 saves for his fourth NHL shutout and Evander Kane scored twice for Winnipeg.

The Jets snapped a three-game losing streak to improve to 3-3-0.

Kane opened the scoring early in the second period, carrying the puck the length of the ice and banking it off Devils defenceman Andy Greene's leg and past goalie Cory Schneider. The goal came after New Jersey (0-3-3) failed to score on a two-man advantage.

Kane added an empty-net goal with 57 seconds remaining for his third of the season, and Andrew Ladd beat Schneider 20 seconds later.

Montoya was making his first start of the season.

COYOTES 5, HURRICANES 3

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)—Rob Klinkhammer scored his second goal of the game 22 seconds into the third period to help Phoenix get the victory.

Shane Doan, Mikkel Boedker and Lauri Korpikoski had Phoenix's other goals. Mike Smith made 31 saves for the Coyotes, who closed a five-game road trip by winning the final three.

Eric Staal, Riley Nash and Jeff Skinner scored for the Hurricanes.

Cam Ward made nine saves after coming on with 10:08 left in the second period to replace starter Anton Khudobin. Khudobin suffered a lower-body injury when he skated out to play the puck.

Ward allowed three of Phoenix's goals.

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