Sharks 7, Flyers 3
* Joe Pavelski (SJ): Hat trick (32); second career hat trick (both this season); 32 goals this season are a career high.
* Sharks: Won three straight; 4-1-0 in last five overall.
* Flyers: Loss snaps four-game win streak.
Kings 2, Flames 0
* Kings: Have won three straight.
* Dustin Brown (LA): Goal, assist; three points in four games this month after three in all of January.
* Jonathan Quick (LA): Fourth shutout of season.
* From Elias: Of Quick's last 17 NHL regular-season shutouts, 13 have been 1–0 or 2–0 wins, including all four of his shutouts this season.
Capitals 5, Panthers 4
* Capitals: 9-0-1 in last 10 games vs Panthers.
* Capitals: 16 of their wins this seasons have been by one goal.
* Panthers: lost three straight games (1-for-13 on PP in those games).
Red Wings 6, Senators 1
* Red Wings: 2-0-0 in Ottawa this season (7-1-0 in Canada this season)
* Red Wings: Six goals (tied for most this season; also scored six on Nov. 27, 2013).
* Senators: outscored 27-14 in last six games (2-3-1 record in those games).
Canadiens 6, Penguins 5
* Max Pacioretty (MTL): Three goals against Penguins this season.
* Andrei Markov (MTL) Four assists in his past three games.
* Canadiens: Won three straight road games, including at Pittsburgh and Boston.
* Penguins: Have lost two straight games for the first time since Nov. 25 of this season.
Rangers 2, Blackhawks 1
* Derick Brassard (NYR): Goal (12); seven-game point streak (4 G, 5 A during stretch).
* Rick Nash (NYR): Goal (19); First goal in six games after seven in the previous five.
* Rangers: Won six of last seven games (two in a row).
* Blackhawks: Lost two straight after starting seven-game road trip 3-0-2
Devils 5, Blue Jackets 2
* Jaromir Jagr (NJ): 699th career goal, one shy of being seventh NHL player to reach 700 goals.
* Devils: First regulation win since January 24.
Most Goals in NHL History
Wayne Gretzky 894
Gordie Howe 801
Brett Hull 741
Marcel Dionne 731
Phil Esposito 717
Mike Gartner 708
Jaromir Jagr 699