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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Flyers Fall to Stars On Overtime Goal

Dallas was awarded a power play at 2:01 of the extra session when Philadelphia's Dave Tippett was called for a holding-the-stick penalty.


The Stars' Dave Gagner carried the puck in front of the net and flipped a shot on Flyer goalie Dominic Roussel. Roussel could not control the puck, and Broten poked it in.


In Phoenix, Ed Belfour turned away 31 shots to record his second shutout of the season versus the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, and Joe Murphy scored twice as the Chicago Blackhawks improved to 4-1-1 in their last six games with a 3-0 win in a neutral-site game at Phoenix.


The shutout was Belfour's sixth of the season.


In front of 13,847 people, Mikhail Shtalenkov made 30 saves for Anaheim, which lost for the third time in its last four games.


In Quebec, Ron Sutter scored twice and the Quebec Nordiques tallied three power-play goals on their way to a 5-2 win over the Ottawa Senators.


Sutter scored on the power play at 9:18 of the third to put Quebec up 4-2 and added an empty-net goal in the final minute of play.


In Pittsburgh, Martin Straka recorded his first career hat trick to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 7-3 romp over the Boston Bruins.


The Penguins have won four of their last five games and improved to 7-3-1 in their last 11 games.


In San Jose, Alexander Mogilny scored the last two goals of the game, both with Buffalo holding a two-man advantage, to rally the Sabres to a 4-4 tie with the San Jose Sharks.


Both teams have four-game unbeaten streaks.The Sharks built a 4-2 lead before Mogilny notched his 25th goal at 12:47 of the second and then scored again with 3:45 left in the third period to knot the game.


In Monday action, New York Ranger Mike Gartner and Boston Bruin Cam Neely both hit goal-scoring milestones but Neely's sparked his division leading-team to victory while Gartner's NHL-best Rangers did not fare as well.


Gartner tied Bobby Hull for fifth place on the NHL all-time goal-scoring list with his 610th goal while Neely equalled Mario Lemieux as the second fastest player to score 50 goals in a season, behind Wayne Gretzky.


In New York, Ray Sheppard scored the go-ahead goal with 49 seconds to go in the second period and Sergei Fedorov had his 47th goal of the season and two assists as the Detroit Red Wings beat the Rangers 6-3 in a battle of conference leaders.


Detroit's victory coupled with Toronto's loss to St. Louis gave the Red Wings sole possession of first place in the Central Division with 83 points.


In Boston, Neely, the NHL goal scoring leader, scored his 49th and 50th to record the third 50-goal season of his career, leading the red-hot Bruins past the Washington Capitals 6-3.


Neely, who has played in only 44 of Boston's 66 games because of injury, tied Pittsburgh's Lemieux, who reached the 50-goal plateau in 44 games in 1988-89.


Gretzky scored 50 goals in 39 games in 1981-82 and in 42 games in 1983-84.