CHICAGO -- Corey Crawford made 28 saves, and Andrew Shaw scored the only goal as the Chicago Blackhawks stretched their NHL-record, season-opening point streak to 18 games with a 1-0 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday night.
Crawford earned his seventh NHL shutout and second this season in his first start since Feb. 12. He outdueled Columbus' Steve Mason, who stopped 26 shots.
Shaw provided all the offense in the second period for Blackhawks (15-0-3), who haven't lost in regulation time this season and have earned 33 of 36 possible points. Chicago has won nine straight against Columbus, dating to Feb. 18, 2011.
The Blackhawks set the league record with at least one point in the first 17 games of a season when they beat San Jose 2-1 on Friday.
The 18-game point streak is also a team record for the Blackhawks, who have only lost in shootouts this season.
The Blue Jackets (5-12-2), who have an NHL-low 12 points, went 0-for-5 on the power play.
BRUINS 4, PANTHERS 1
Paille added a short-handed, empty-net goal with 1:37 left after the Panthers pulled Markstrom for a 6-on-4 skating advantage.
RED WINGS 8, CANUCKS 3
Henrik Zetterberg and Niklas Kronwall had a goal and two assists each, Daniel Cleary added a goal and an assist, and Jordin Tootoo also scored for Detroit, which netted three power-play goals in the second period to take the lead.
PENGUINS 5, LIGHTNING 3
Beau Bennett scored his first career goal on a power play to help Pittsburgh take over sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division. Matt Cooke and defenseman Paul Martin each had a goal and an assist for the Penguins, who have won five of six to tie Montreal for the top spot in the Eastern Conference.
Malkin is out indefinitely after slamming back-first into the end boards during Friday night's win over Florida.
JETS 4, DEVILS 2
Zach Bogosian scored in the first period, and Grant Clitsome had a power-play goal in the second for the Jets, who have won three of the first four of a five-game trip that concludes Tuesday in New York against the Rangers. Ondrej Pavelec made 26 saves.
Travis Zajac and Steve Bernier had goals for New Jersey, but the Devils (10-5-4) lost their fourth in five games and second at home this season. Johan Hedberg, a late-minute replacement for injured Martin Brodeur, stopped 23 shots.
Brodeur left the ice in pregame warmups because of "a little soreness," the Devils said.
The Jets took a 1-0 lead for the sixth straight game.
HURRICANES 4, ISLANDERS 2
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Defenseman Bobby Sanguinetti's first NHL goal snapped a tie midway through the third period, and Carolina rallied to beat the New York Islanders and snap a three-game losing streak.
Sanguinetti fired a snap shot from the top of the right circle over the glove hand of goalie Kevin Poulin at 10:17. The 24-year-old defenseman, who has battled injuries throughout his career, had one assist in 20 NHL games before Sunday.
Alexander Semin completed the scoring with an empty-net goal with 30 seconds left.
John Tavares and Matt Moulson had given the Islanders a 2-0 lead midway through the first period, and New York seemed on its way to a third straight victory.
But Eric and Jordan Staal scored 45 seconds apart late in the second period to tie it at 2.
The Islanders (8-10-1) are an NHL-worst 2-7 at home.
DUCKS 4, AVALANCHE 3, OT
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Ryan Getzlaf scored the tying goal in the third period and set up Corey Perry's second of the game at 4:14 of overtime as Anaheim beat Colorado for its sixth straight victory and 10th in 11 games.
The Ducks (13-2-1) have the NHL's second-best record behind the Chicago Blackhawks.
Defenseman Francois Beauchemin had a career-high four assists.
FLAMES 5, COYOTES 4
CALGARY, Alberta -- Jarome Iginla scored twice, and Calgary netted goals 23 seconds apart in the final 2 minutes to rally for a victory over Phoenix.
Iginla entered the night with only one goal this season and two in 28 games.
Torres tied it 3-3 at 2:22 of the third. Johnson put the Coyotes ahead at 8:48.
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