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The Toronto Maple Leafs appear to have avoided the worst with Frederik Andersen, whose exit from Saturday's game at Buffalo gave their passionate fan base a massive scare with a playoff spot hanging in the balance. He's out for Tuesday's game against Florida but head coach Mike Babcock said Monday his No. 1 goalie is day to day with an upper body injury and that it's not a long term situation. Andersen took part in some of practice Monday and said after that he felt pretty good but didn't know exactly how long he'd be out. He said he got bumped into during the first period Saturday and was feeling a bit "off." He also said he agreed with the doctor's decision to take him out, saying it was good to take every precaution. Backup Curtis McElhinney will start Tuesday night.

Pierre LeBrun, ESPN Senior Writer

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Ducks spoil Lundqvist's return.

Derek Stepan scores a goal off a nice passing play from the Rangers, but the Ducks, led by Andrew Cogliano's goal in front are too much as Anaheim doubles up New York.

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Filppula, Voracek score for Flyers in win.

Valtteri Filppula and Jakub Voracek find the back of the net in the Flyers' 6-2 thumping over the in-state rival Penguins.

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Red Wings go end to end in a flash for OT winner.

After Jimmy Howard makes the save, the Red Wings head the other direction finding Andreas Athanasiou on the breakaway to score the game winner in overtime against the Wild.

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