ANAHEIM, Calif. - The Anaheim Ducks collapsed in Bruce Boudreau's coaching debut.
Claude Giroux scored 3:29 into overtime and the Philadelphia Flyers rallied from a three-goal deficit for a 4-3 victory over the Ducks on Friday.
Jaromir Jagr scored two power-play goals and Scott Hartnell tied it with 3:02 left in regulation for the Flyers, who trailed 3-0 late in the second period. Ilya Bryzgalov made 19 saves in Philadelphia's return from a five-day break.
Teemu Selanne and Andrew Cogliano scored first-period goals and Jonas Hiller stopped 43 shots for the Ducks, who lost for the 17th time in 20 games.
Anaheim couldn't maintain its fast start under Boudreau, who replaced Randy Carlyle late Wednesday night after getting fired by Washington on Monday morning.
Boudreau took over after the Ducks got off to a 7-13-4 start, falling to 14th place in the Western Conference despite a wealth of talent. Boudreau led the Capitals to four consecutive Southeast Division titles and the 2010 Presidents' Trophy while winning 200 games faster than any coach in NHL history.
RED WINGS 4, SABRES 1
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)—Jimmy Howard made 27 saves, and Detroit stretched its winning streak to seven with a victory over the Sabres.
Jakub Kindl, Johan Franzen, and Valtteri Filppula scored first-period goals for Detroit (16-7-1), which last won seven in a row in March 2010. Pavel Datsyuk pushed the lead to 4-1 by scoring into an empty net with 1:17 left.
Howard, making his 17th straight start, was steady throughout. In the second period he robbed Jason Pominville, and then stopped Nathan Gerbe on a breakaway in the third.
Jochen Hecht spoiled Howard's shutout bid with 6:13 remaining.
Jhonas Enroth, making his ninth straight start in place of No. 1 goalie Ryan Miller, made 32 saves for the Sabres (13-11-1), who have lost three of four.
WILD 4, DEVILS 2
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)—Minnesota scored three goals on its first four shots and sent New Jersey goalie Martin Brodeur to the bench in the first period of a win over the Devils.
Dany Heatley, Kyle Brodziak and Casey Wellman scored in a 3:03 span of the first to turn an early deficit into a 3-1 lead and knock Brodeur out of the game just 8:17 in.
Brodziak sealed the win with another goal in the third period. Niklas Backstrom made seven saves in the first period, and Josh Harding, who played the final two periods, stopped all 22 shots he faced for Minnesota.
Zach Parise had a goal and an assist, and Ilya Kovalchuk also scored for the Devils. Johan Hedberg made 11 saves in relief of Brodeur.
Minnesota (16-7-3) leads the NHL with 35 points.
BLACKHAWKS 5, ISLANDERS 4, SO
CHICAGO (AP)—Jonathan Toews netted the only goal in the shootout, after posting a short-handed goal and assist in regulation, and Chicago outlasted the New York Islanders.
Corey Crawford stopped New York's Frans Nielsen and Nino Niederreiter in the shootout. Matt Moulson, the final Islanders shooter, hit the post to end the game.
Andrew Brunette, rookie Ben Smith and Patrick Sharp also scored for the Blackhawks, who overcame a sluggish start and defensive breakdowns.
Niederreiter, a 19-year-old rookie, scored his first goal of the season midway through the third period to tie the game at 4-4.
Moulson and P.A. Parenteau both had a goal and an assist for the Islanders, whose two-game winning streak ended. Kyle Okposo also scored for New York, and Al Montoya made 32 saves in his fourth straight start.
Crawford stopped 37 of New York's season-high 41 shots.
AVALANCHE 3, BLUES 2
DENVER (AP)—Ryan O'Reilly scored the tying goal and then added another in the shootout to lift Colorado over St. Louis.
O'Reilly, who also had an assist, lifted a backhander over the shoulder of Jaroslav Halak for the only goal in the tiebreaker. Milan Hejduk, who netted his ninth goal of the season in regulation, and Matt Duchene had already been stopped in the shootout by St. Louis goalie Jaroslav Halak.
Semyon Varlamov, who stopped 35 of 37 shots through overtime, then denied Alexander Steen, T.J. Oshie and Jamie Langenbrunner to give Colorado a 4-0 mark this season in shootouts.
Kevin Shattenkirk and Patrick Berglund had goals, and Halak made 35 saves for the Blues, who had a four-game winning streak snapped. St.Louis is 7-1-3 under Ken Hitchcock since he replaced fired coach Davis Payne on Nov. 6.
OILERS 6, BLUE JACKETS 3
EDMONTON (AP)—Ryan Jones recorded his first NHL hat trick, and Edmonton snapped a three-game skid by beating Columbus.
Jordan Eberle, Ales Hemsky and Ladislav Smid also scored for the Oilers, who improved to 8-3-2 at home.
Derek Dorsett had a pair of goals, and Mark Letestu also scored, but the Blue Jackets lost their third in four games.
The Oilers opened the scoring on their first shot of the game just 21 seconds in. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins made a long pass through traffic to Eberle, who beat goalie Curtis Sanford for his 10th goal of the season.