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Penguins rally to beat Boston
The Pittsburgh Penguins rallied in the third period to edge out the Boston Bruins, 3-2.
Pittsburgh was shut out for the first two periods, but quickly rebounded in the third.
Chris Kunitz started the Penguins rally, while Brandon Sutter notched two goals in the final seven minutes.
The Bruins had two first period goals from Zdeno Chara and Tyler Seguin, but Boston was held in check for the final two periods (see full recap).
Hurricanes blank slumping Capitals
The Carolina Hurricanes shut out the slumping Washington Capitals 4-0 on Tuesday.
Riley Nash notched two goals, and Joe Corvo and Patrick Dwyer each added another for the Hurricanes.
Goalie Justin Peters earned his second career shutout while saving 26 shots.
It was the Capitals third straight loss, which all ended in at least a three-goal margin.
The two teams will finish their home-and-home series Thursday night in Carolina (see full recap).
Buffalo hand Rangers a loss
The Buffalo Sabres beat the New York Rangers 3-1 on Tuesday.
Marcus Foligno led the way for the Sabres with two goals, while Thomas Vanek added another.
Goalie Jhonas Enroth, who started in place of Ryan Miller, earned his first victory since Nov. 26, 2011.
Enroth had a strong third period in which 18 of his 32 saves were made.
Derek Stephan scored the Rangers' only goal in the second period, but Foligno quickly erased their lead (see full recap).