PITTSBURGH — Phil Kessel found a way to upstage Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid.

Kessel raced down the slot and beat goalie Cam Talbot 42 seconds into overtime to give the Penguins a 2-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.

Ian Cole scored his first goal of the season for the Penguins, and Matt Murray stopped 29 shots. Crosby was held without a point in his showdown with McDavid.

McDavid forced the extra period with his first goal in seven games.

DUCKS 6, FLYERS 2: Ondrej Kase had two goals, Anaheim scored three times in the second period and host Philadelphia lost No. 2 overall draft pick Nolan Patrick to an undisclosed injury.

Patrick was checked headfirst into the glass by Chris Wagner, dropped to his knees and needed help leaving the ice. He went to the locker room in the second period and did not return.

CANADIENS 5, PANTHERS 1: Shea Weber scored twice, helping host Montreal end its seven-game skid.

LIGHTNING 5, HURRICANES 1: Tyler Johnson had a power-play goal and an assist as visiting Tampa Bay beat Carolina.

ISLANDERS 5, COYOTES 3: John Tavares completed his hat trick with a tie-breaking goal in the third period, lifting New York over winless Arizona.

KINGS 3, SENATORS 2: Adrian Kempe scored the shootout winner to help Los Angeles win at Ottawa.

CANUCKS 1, WILD 0: Jake Virtanen broke a scoreless tie midway through the third period, Anders Nilsson made 29 saves for his fourth career shutout and Vancouver beat host Minnesota.

SABRES 1, RED WINGS 0: Benoit Pouliot scored for the second straight game and Robin Lehner made 32 saves in a shutout as Buffalo won at home.


WILD: Left wing Zach Parise will miss at least two more months after having surgery to repair a herniated disk in his lower back.

CAPITALS: Forward Andre Burakovsky is expected to miss 6 to 8 weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured left thumb.

PANTHERS: Florida claimed Antti Niemi off waivers from Pittsburgh to shore up its goaltending position, with starter Roberto Luongo sidelined because of an injury to his right hand.

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