DETROIT -- Brayden Schenn scored 2:44 into overtime and Anthony Stolarz got his first shutout in his second career start, lifting the Philadelphia Flyers over the Detroit Red Wings 1-0 on Sunday night for their ninth consecutive win.Stolarz made 28 saves, helping Philadelphia outlast Jimmy Howard and the Red Wings. Howard made 34 saves in his first start since Nov. 23.Schenn cut in from the left wing, skated across the top of the crease, faked a backhand shot and then slid the puck in for his eighth goal of the season and fourth in two games.Howard stopped Pierre-Edouard Bellemaire from the bottom inside edge of the right circle 1:53 into overtime.AVALANCHE 3, MAPLE LEAFS 1TORONTO -- Semyon Varlamov made 51 saves, helping Colorado rebound from a miserable loss with a victory over Toronto.The Avs lost 10-1 to Montreal on Saturday night but rebounded on the back of their Russian goaltender. Mikko Rantanen, Nathan MacKinnon and Blake Comeau scored, helping last-place Colorado get its second win in nine games.Antoine Bibeau made 26 saves in his first NHL start, and Jake Gardiner scored for Toronto.The Leafs, who won 4-1 in Boston on Saturday, are now 0-5-1 in the second half of back-to-backs this season.RANGERS 5, DEVILS 0NEW YORK -- J.T. Miller and Brady Skjei scored 3:50 apart late in the second period, Antti Raanta stopped 19 shots for his second straight shutout and New York beat New Jersey.Chris Kreider had a goal and an assist, and Brandon Pirri and Jimmy Vesey also scored to give the Rangers their first three-game winning streak since Nov. 12-15.Raanta, starting for the third time in four nights and coming off a 1-0 overtime win against Chicago on Friday, got his sixth career shutout and improved to 8-1-0 with a 1.65 goals-against average in 10 starts this season.Cory Schneider finished with 25 saves for New Jersey, which lost its third straight. The Devils had an early goal disallowed after a review and another didnt count because it came after a whistle.BLACKHAWKS 3, STARS 1CHICAGO -- Marian Hossa, Artem Anisimov and Artemi Panarin scored to lead Central Division-leading Chicago over Dallas.Chicagos Scott Darling made 23 saves in his fifth straight start while No. 1 goalie Corey Crawford recovers from an appendectomy. Darling has permitted just seven goals during the stretch, but the Blackhawks have scored only nine while going 2-2-1.Devin Shore scored for Dallas, which lost its second straight and third in four.Dallas Kari Lehtonen blocked 24 shots while making his fifth straight start.The 37-year-old Hossa scored his team-leading 15th goal and has three in three games.Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews missed his ninth game and defenseman Brent Seabrook his second with upper-body injuries.CAPITALS 3, CANUCKS 0WASHINGTON -- Alex Ovechkin scored a power-play goal in the first period and Braden Holtby made it stand up, stopping 20 shots to help Washington beat weary Vancouver.Washington nursed a 1-0 lead until Ovechkin earned an assist on a goal by Justin Williams with just under 15 minutes left.Tom Wilson scored into an empty net with 52 seconds remaining to seal the Capitals fourth straight victory. Washington killed five Vancouver power plays to complete a two-game season sweep.Holtby was rarely tested in his 25th career shutout, the second this season.WILD 3, BLUES 1ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Matt Dumba, Nino Niederreiter and Mikael Granlund scored, Devan Dubnyk made 22 saves and Minnesota held on to beat St. Louis for its fourth straight win.Dumba scored for the second straight game in the second period and Niederreiter got his eighth goal about seven minutes later. Granlund added an empty-net goal.Vladimir Tarasenko scored his 14th goal of the season for St. Louis. 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Down by seven with 90 seconds left in regulation, thats where they looked comfortable. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- In its first true road test with a young team, Auburn passed with flying colors.Jared Harper scored 21 points and Danjel Purifoy added 16 to lead Auburn to a 74-70 victory over UAB on Saturday night.The young Tigers (6-1) proved capable of handling a hostile environment in their first true road game of the season, outlasting UAB (4-4) in front of the first sellout crowd at Bartow Arena since March 23, 2010.We did not play well in the first half and we were very fortunate to be in range, Auburn coach Bruce Pearl said. I think UAB probably went into the locker room at halftime going, `Gosh, were only up by three. They outplayed us, they defended us, they rattled us. And our freshmen, with the exception of Jared Harper, looked like freshmen. Then in the second half, we played pretty well.Auburn shot 50 percent from the field and outscored UAB 41-33 in the second half. The Tigers knocked down 11 3-pointers, the most since they made 13 in the season opener against North Florida, outscoring UAB 33-12 from beyond the arc.Harper torched the Blazers for 15 points on five 3-pointers in the first half, but the true freshman was forced to take a seat early in the second half with three fouls.I told you he was going to be worth the price of admission, and he is, Pearl said. As a little, quick guard with that kind of range, he kept us in range (in the first half).Purifoy, the freshman forward who was tied with Mustapha Heron for the team lead in points per game entering the contest, stepped up in Harpers absence. Purifoy scored 11 of his 14 points in the second half, including three of his four 3-pointers.Heron also asserted himself in the second half, scoring eight of his 11 points after the intermission.We had to (step up), Purifoy said. Like I said in the beginning, Jared, he led us on his back. He kind of fell short a little bit in the second half, but we had to pick him up and he started getting going again.UAB earned a 40-31 advantage on thee boards, but leading scorer Chris Cokley was forced out of the game with 8:24 remaining when he was called for a personal foul and subsequently drew a technical foul call for arguing with the referee.dddddddddddd He finished with eight points and seven rebounds.William Lee led UAB with 13 points, and Hakeem Baxter added 12 points on 5 of 8 shooting.Auburn regained the lead, its first since the 13:29 mark in the first half, on a T.J. Dunans jumper with 13:34 remaining in the second half. The bucket came in the middle of a 14-2 run that gave Auburn the lead for good.I thought we got off to a very good start feeding off the crowd and ended the half on a high note, UAB coach Rob Ehsan said. We got into a lull in the second half offensively. We couldnt get a rhythm going.BIG PICTUREAuburn: UABs advantage in the post was negated by the Tigers athleticism and hot shooting stroke from outside. The win gave Auburn some momentum as it heads into an 8-day hiatus.UAB: The Blazers season has been up and down so far, as theyve been unable to win consecutive games over their first eight contests. They hit the road twice in the next week looking for some consistency.ROLE PLAYERAs Harper dealt with foul trouble early in the second half, Auburns Ronnie Johnson entered at point guard and scored six consecutive points in the second half to stretch Auburns lead to eight with 11:17 remaining.STAT OF THE NIGHTHarper and Purifoy combined to make seven of eight free throws in the final 2:24 of the game, icing the victory for Auburn as UAB vied for a late comeback.UP NEXTAuburn: The Tigers get an extended break before traveling to New York on Monday, Dec. 12, to face Boston College in the Under Armour Reunion at Madison Square Garden.UAB: The Blazers will look to get back on track Wednesday at Stephen F. Austin after their second loss in three games. ' ' '