PHILADELPHIA – Logan Couture and Ryane Clowe scored shootout goals to give San Jose a 5-4 victory over Philadelphia on Wednesday night after the Sharks overcame a three-goal, third-period deficit and an apparent Flyers goal in the final second of overtime.

The Flyers appeared to win it in overtime, but Mike Richards’ goal was waved off after a reply showed time expired an instant before the puck crossed the line. In the second period, the Sharks had a goal waved off when officials determined the puck was kicked in by John McCarthy.

The Sharks won for the first time this season when trailing after two periods.

PENGUINS 5, MAPLE LEAFS 2: Sidney Crosby scored twice during his fourth multiple-goal game in his last six, and host Pittsburgh beat Toronto for an 11th win in a row.

The Penguins, 12-0-1 since last losing in regulation on Nov. 10, are on the second-longest winning streak in club history. Their only longer run was their NHL-record 17-game streak during a 119-point season in 1993.

Chris Kunitz had three assists for Pittsburgh, and Mark Letestu scored twice after going 22 games without a goal. Pascal Dupuis also scored. Tyler Bozak and Mikhail Grabovski scored for Toronto.

PREDATORS 3, RED WINGS 2: Colin Wilson, Martin Erat and J.P. Dumont scored and Anders Lindback made 35 saves to lift Nashville at Detroit.

Pavel Datsyuk had a goal and an assist and Johan Franzen also scored for Detroit, which lost its third straight and second in a row in regulation. Former UMaine goalie Jimmy Howard stopped 21 shots for Detroit.

Dumont gave Nashville a 3-1 lead with 5:23 left on a wrist shot from the right circle on a two-on-one break.

NOTES: Jere Lehtinen, 37, has officially retired from the NHL, ending a 14-season career spent entirely with the Dallas Stars. He had taken an extended time before deciding that he had played his last game. He announced his decision Wednesday. Lehtinen got an assist on Brett Hull’s Stanley Cup-winning goal in Game 6 of the 1999 finals at Buffalo. … The Blackhawks placed star forward Marian Hossa on the injured list, freeing up roster space while Patrick Kane also nurses a leg injury. The move allowed Chicago to recall forwards Jeremy Morin and Rob Klinkhammer from the Rockford of the AHL. Hossa (eight goals, 10 assists) has been sidelined since injuring his lower body in a collision with teammate Nick Boynton in practice on Nov. 29. He was expected to miss two to three weeks. Kane (11 goals, 16 assists) could be out for up to three weeks after injuring a leg while hitting the boards early in a win over Calgary on Sunday.