PHILADELPHIA -- Evgeni Malkin scored twice, including the tiebreaker in the third period, and Sidney Crosby also had two goals to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 5-4 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday night.Matt Cullen also scored for the Penguins, who scored three times in a 55-second span in the first period while opening a four-game trip with their fourth win in the last five. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 38 shots while making his ninth straight start (6-2-1).Malkins game-winner was his 300th career goal.Jakub Voracek scored twice for the Flyers, and Claude Giroux and Wayne Simmonds each had one for Philadelphia. Steve Mason started and gave up three goals on 13 shots in the first period. Michal Neuvirth replaced him to start the second and finished with 12 saves on 14 shots.CANADIENS 2, MAPLE LEAFS 1MONTREAL -- Shea Weber scored a power-play goal in the third period, lifting Montreal to its seventh straight victory.Alex Galchenyuk also scored for Montreal, which is 8-0-1 and the only NHL club without a regulation loss this season.Nazem Kadri scored for the Leafs, who were coming off a 3-2 win Thursday over Florida.Toronto outshot Montreal 37-31, but Carey Price made 37 saves for the Canadiens. Frederik Andersen had 29 stops for the Leafs.WILD 4, STARS 0ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Devan Dubnyk stopped 29 shots for his third straight shutout and 22nd of his career to lift Minnesota.Mikael Granlund, Nino Niederreiter, Eric Staal and Tyler Graovac scored for Minnesota, which improved to 6-2-1.Kari Lehtonen made 11 saves for Dallas, which has just four goals in its last four games.Dubnyk didnt have to make any spectacular saves in establishing a new personal best scoreless stretch of 180 minutes. The last goal he allowed was in overtime last Saturday.BRUINS 1, RED WINGS 0DETROIT -- Tuukka Rask made 23 saves for his 31st career shutout with Boston.Tim Schaller scored for the Bruins, who snapped a three-game losing streak and ended Detroits six-game winning streak.It was Rasks first game back after missing the previous three with a lower-body injury.Jimmy Howard stopped 35 shots for the Red Wings, who lost at home for the first time.BLUES 1, KINGS 0ST. LOUIS -- Jake Allen stopped 27 shots and Jaden Schwartz scored early in the third period, leading St. Louis over Los Angeles.It was the first shutout for Allen this season and the 12th in his career.Schwartz got the first goal by a Blues forward in 169 minutes, 22 seconds. He scored 3:43 into the third off a pass from Jori Lehtera, swiping the puck from in front past goalie Peter Budaj. Vladimir Tarasenko also assisted on Schwartzs first goal of the season.Los Angeles challenged the play for offsides, but the goal was upheld.Budaj had 24 saves. He had won five straight dating to last season.DEVILS 3, LIGHTNING 1NEWARK, N.J. -- Adam Henrique and Damon Severson set each other up for first-period goals and New Jersey ended a five-game losing streak against Tampa Bay.Cory Schneider had 32 saves following a rare night off and Devante Smith-Pelly got his first goal of the season, helping New Jersey rebound from an overtime loss to Chicago on Friday. Henrique scored his 100th career goal.Tyler Johnson scored in the third period for Tampa Bay, which has lost two straight. Andrei Vasilevskiy had 20 saves and lost for the first time in three starts this year.SABRES 3, PANTHERS 0BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Anders Nilsson made 33 saves in his second NHL shutout and Buffalo beat Florida.Sam Reinhart had a goal and an assist for Buffalo. Johan Larsson and Kyle Okposo also scored. The Sabres snapped a four-game winless streak and earned their first home victory of the season.Roberto Luongo stopped 22 shots for Florida. The Panthers have lost five of six and are winless in the first three of a four-game trip.Nilsson, starting his third straight game in place of Robin Lehner, made 13 saves in the third period. Floridas Vincent Trocheck shot wide on a penalty shot with 57 seconds left in the third period. 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Tom Latham saw his team-mates fall in all sorts of ways as he battled for nearly three hours and became the first New Zealand batsman to carry his bat in an ODI.While his more experienced colleagues crumbled once again during what has become an arduous tour of the subcontinent, Latham was firm in Dharamsala, where his half-century was the only resistance India faced until he was joined by two defiant lower-order batsmen. From 65 for 7, Latham first collaborated with Doug Bracewell to add 41 runs, and then Tim Southee smacked 55 off 45 balls - his maiden half-century in his 100th ODI - in a 71-run stand for the ninth wicket.New Zealand finished with 190, which was no where near enough to prevent them from going 0-1 down in the five-ODI series, having lost the Tests 0-3. Latham was the only New Zealand batsman to make more than one half-century during the Test series against India and he scored his unbeaten 79 in the first ODI in the same manner as his long-form runs.He either left or defended deliveries that moved outside off stump and accumulated his runs through 39 singles and three twos. With a few deliveries bowled from the College End stopping on the batsmen after landing on a good length, Latham played the ball late. His most productive stroke was the cover drive.As he began to run out of partners, Latham went after the legspinner Amit Mishra, hitting his seventh four and only six before Ish Sodhis dismissal made him the tenth batsman to carry his bat in an ODI.As an opener you want to spend as much time out in the middle as possible, Latham said after New Zealands six-wicket defeat. Obviously, losing wickets at the other end dictated the way I could play and I couldnt be as free as I wanted to be throughout the middle [oovers], when I had to build a partnership towards the end with the tail.dddddddddddd I suppose thats the reason for batting the way I did in the middle and towards the end.When Latham bats, especially when he plays the back-foot punch and the flick, he reminds you of Kumar Sangakkara, but he said he grew up idolising Michael Hussey. Like Hussey did, Latham sweeps powerfully and the stroke has brought him runs against the Indian spinners.It is one of my favourite shots and its a shot that seems to work for me, especially in conditions where its slow and turning, he said. I find it an easier option than maybe hitting down the ground. Obviously I have to adapt to conditions and thats a shot I like.Latham said the Dharamsala pitch had offered variable bounce early on and that New Zealand could have adopted a better approach. We know we werent quite there in all facets of the match, with the ball especially and in the field too. Hopefully we can change a few things in the next couple of days. When we play our best cricket we will beat most teams in the world.He also defended New Zealands decision to rest fast bowlers Trent Boult and Matt Henry from the first ODI because of the workload they had in the Tests. Boult bowled 106.4 overs in three matches while Henry sent down 82 in two.I think its important for our team that they rest and they are able to go in the next few matches, Latham said. It is pretty tough for the bowlers when they play every game, especially [after] the amount of overs they bowled in the Test series. Hopefully they are rested and recovered and when they do play they are ready to go. ' ' '