CHICAGO – Tyler Seguin scored the only goal in a shootout and the Boston Bruins beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 on Saturday night in the only regular-season matchup between the last two Stanley Cup champions.

Chris Kelly and Nathan Horton scored in regulation for Boston, which snapped a two-game skid and gave Coach Claude Julien his 300th NHL win. Nathan’s tying goal at 7:56 of the third sent the game to overtime.

Boston goalie Tim Thomas stopped 27 shots through overtime, then was perfect against Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane and Patrick Sharp in the shootout.

Kane and Bryan Bickell scored in regulation for the Blackhawks, who got 35 saves from Corey Crawford.

COYOTES 4, JETS 1: Oliver Ekman-Larsson scored twice and Phoenix won its home opener in Glendale, Ariz.

The 20-year-old Swedish defenseman, Phoenix’s top draft pick and the sixth selection overall in 2009, has three goals in Phoenix’s first four games.

Daymond Langkow got his first goal of the season 34 seconds in as Phoenix scored twice and had three penalty kills in a dominant first period. Ray Whitney had a goal and an assist for the Coyotes. Mike Smith made 18 saves and stopped Nik Antropov’s penalty shot.

PANTHERS 3, LIGHTNING 2: Marcel Goc scored the lone goal in a shootout, Jose Theodore stopped all three shots he faced during the tiebreaker and Florida beat Tampa Bay in Sunrise, Fla.

It’s the first time since 2005-06 that Florida has four points after three games.

CAPITALS 2, SENATORS 1: Marcus Johansson and Nicklas Backstrom scored and Washington held off visiting Ottawa.

Capitals goalie Tomas Vokoun had 33 saves in his third straight start.

Mike Knuble assisted on both goals for Washington, which has won its first four games of the season.

MAPLE LEAFS 3, FLAMES 2: Phil Kessel had two goals and an assist and host Toronto overcame an early two-goal deficit to beat Calgary and extend its season-opening winning streak to three games.

Kessel set up Joffrey Lupul’s goal at 1:15 of the second, then tied it at 2 with 3:22 left in the period. The former University of Minnesota star added his fifth goal of the season at 41 seconds of the third.

James Reimer made 30 saves for Toronto.

ISLANDERS 4, RANGERS 2: John Tavares had three goals, including the tiebreaking tally in the third period, and added an assist for the Islanders, who beat the Rangers in Uniondale, N.Y., and gave goalie Evgeni Nabokov a win in his return to the NHL.

The Islanders have won three straight following an opening-night loss.

KINGS 3, FLYERS 2: Mike Richards had a triumphant return to Philadelphia, assisting on Jack Johnson’s power-play goal at 1:39 of overtime.

Richards returned to Philadelphia for the first time since his shocking trade in June. He was the Flyers captain and led them to the Stanley Cup finals in 2010.

SABRES 3, PENGUINS 2: Nathan Gerbe and Luke Adam each had a goal and an assist and Buffalo won at Pittsburgh.

Gerbe had a first-period goal to open the scoring, and he deftly left the puck on a drop pass for Drew Stafford’s goal with 11:54 to play that gave the Sabres a two-goal lead.

The Penguins lost in regulation for the first time in six games this season.

AVALANCHE 6, CANADIENS 5: Milan Hejduk and Matt Duchene scored on Colorado’s first two shootout attempts and the Avalanche extended their winning streak to four with a win at Montreal.

David Jones had two goals and an assist and Semyon Varlamov made 38 saves for Colorado, which blew three one-goal leads before Kyle Quincey scored with 4:03 left in regulation to send the game to overtime.

RED WINGS 3, WILD 2: Johan Franzen scored a power-play goal with 48.5 seconds left in overtime to give Detroit at win at St. Paul, Minn.