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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Panthers Snap Red Wings' 10-Game Streak

MIAMI -- Johan Garpenlov and Geoff Smith each scored in the third period as the Florida Panthers snapped the Detroit Red Wings' 10-game unbeaten streak with a 3-1 victory.


Garpenlov snapped a 1-1 tie with a blast past Red Wings goaltender Mike Vernon at 10:42 Thursday night. Smith added a power-play goal with less than four minutes left as the Panthers avenged a loss to Detroit two nights earlier.


Detroit's unbeaten streak tied for the longest in the NHL this season.


Florida goalie John Vanbiesbrouck earned his 20th win of the season. Vanbiesbrouck (20-10-5) stopped 29 shots. Greg Johnson scored Detroit's only goal, which came 11 minutes into the game.


Rangers 6, Islanders 2. In New York, the New York Rangers, returning to Madison Square Garden after a two-week road trip, extended their home-ice unbeaten streak to 23 games behind Ray Ferraro's two goals.


The Rangers, 18-0-5 at the Garden since an Oct. 22 loss to Ottawa, moved within one of the club record set in the 1970-71 season.


The Rangers can tie the club mark Feb. 15 when they face the Montreal Canadiens, who hold the all-time home-ice unbeaten record of 34, set in the 1976-77 season.


Jets 6, Senators 2. In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Keith Tkachuk and Darren Turcotte each scored twice. Mike Stapleton and Kris King also scored for the Jets. Rob Gaudreau and Tom Chorske replied for the Senators, whose 9-42-2 record is the NHL's worst.


The Jets were playing their first game since Teemu Selanne was traded Wednesday to Anaheim.


Meanwhile, Selanne said in an interview published Friday in Helsinki that he had been "badly let down.''


"The new owner of the Jets [Richard Burke] assured me as recently as last week that I'm an important part of the Jets team which will be moving to Phoenix next season,'' Selanne told Finland's largest daily, Helsingin Sanomat.


"It seems you can't trust anyone in the NHL."


Sabres 2, Flyers 1. In Philadelphia, rookie defenseman Mike Wilson snapped a tie in the first period, and it stood up as the deciding goal for Buffalo.


Blackhawks 6, Blues 1. In St. Louis, Tony Amonte and Jeremy Roenick each scored twice and the Blackhawks connected five times in the third period in stretching their unbeaten streak to nine.


Flames 4, Capitals 4. In Calgary, Alberta, Calle Johansson scored one goal and set up two, including the tying goal by Dale Hunter with 2:46 left for the Capitals.


Kings 4, Maple Leafs 3. In Inglewood, California, Kevin Todd scored the go-ahead goal with 4:13 left in the game and Steve Larouche scored on a power play in his Los Angeles Kings debut after a callup from the minors.