TORONTO – Frederik Andersen made 36 saves, Tyler Bozak had a goal and an assist Thursday night and the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Philadelphia Flyers, 4-2.

William Nylander, Mitch Marner and Nazem Kadri also scored for the Leafs (30-22-14), who have won two straight after dropping five straight.

Philadelphia (31-27-8) had won 3 of 4. Wayne Simmonds and Shayne Gostisbehere scored for the Flyers, and Michal Neuvirth made 29 saves.

The Flyers opened the scoring with Simmonds’ 14th power-play goal this season, tying him with teammate Brayden Schenn for the NHL lead. Simmonds planted himself in front of Andersen and redirected a Gostisbehere point shot into the net at 6:09 of the first.

Simmonds trails only Alex Ovechkin in power-play goals since 2011, totaling 73 over that span. He has 28 goals overall this season.

LIGHTNING 4, WILD 1: Nikita Kucherov scored two goals, the first on a power play less than seven minutes into the game, and Tampa Bay won at home.

Kucherov assisted a goal by Andrej Sustr, giving him nine goals and eight assists in his last eight games. Victor Hedman also scored, and Andrei Vasilevskiy made 32 saves. Vasilevskiy is 4-0-1 since the trade of Ben Bishop to Los Angeles, and the Lightning are 9-2-3 in their last 14 games.

Marco Scandella scored for Minnesota with 3:58 remaining, only the Wild’s second goal in regulation in their last three games.

HURRICANES 4, RANGERS 3: Rookie Sebastian Aho scored the go-ahead power-play goal with 7:32 remaining, and Carolina rallied at Raleigh, North Carolina.

Aho also scored the tying goal with 10:56 to play and added an assist to help the last-place Hurricanes.

Jeff Skinner also scored and Valentin Zykov had a goal in his first NHL game.

NOTES

RED WINGS: Detroit removed goalie Jimmy Howard from injured reserve and assigned goalie Jared Coreau to Grand Rapids of the AHL.

Howard has been out since spraining his right knee Dec. 20. He had a .934 save percentage and a 1.96 goals-against average in 17 games before the injury.

PENGUINS: Forward Tom Sestito was suspended for four games without pay by the NHL for boarding Winnipeg defenseman Toby Enstrom.

Sestito was assessed a major penalty for checking from behind and a game misconduct Wednesday night in the first period of the Penguins’ 7-4 victory at Winnipeg.