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Datsyuk hits 900 in wild Wings win

Red Wings center Pavel Datsyuk, shooting in the second period, had two goals and an assist against the Bruins.

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Red Wings center Pavel Datsyuk, shooting in the second period, had two goals and an assist against the Bruins.

DETROIT — The way both teams were scoring, Pavel Datsyuk couldn't help reaching this milestone.

Needing one point to hit 900 in his career, Datsyuk had two goals and an assist Sunday to lead the Red Wings to a 6-5 victory over the Bruins. Henrik Zetterberg and Darren Helm also scored twice each for Detroit in a game that felt like a throwback to a more high-scoring era. "It looked like 1986," Detroit coach Jeff Blashill said.

Both teams squandered two-goal leads before Danny DeKeyser's shot from the point deflected past goalie Jonas Gustavsson at 7:37 of the third. Zetterberg was credited with the goal.

Brad Marchand set a Bruins record for fastest goal by scoring 8 seconds into the gameFleming Mackell had a goal 9 seconds into a game in 1953.

Game highlights: Keith Kinkaid had 28 saves for his first NHL shutout in leading the Devils past the visiting Kings 1-0. David Schlemko scored the lone goal.

Around the league: The Blackhawks put Marian Hossa on injured reserve and recalled center Vincent Hinostroza from AHL Rockford. Hossa was hurt Saturday on a hit by Ducks defenseman Hampus Lindholm on his lower left leg.

at Red Wings 2 3 1 6
Bruins 3 1 1 5

First1, Bos, Marchand 28 (Connolly), :08. 2, Det, Zetterberg 11 (Abdelkader, DeKeyser), 2:44. 3, Bos, Trotman 2, 2:58. 4, Bos, Eriksson 19 (Krejci, Hayes), 12:59. 5, Det, Datsyuk 10 (Abdelkader, Richards), 14:46 (pp). PenaltiesChara, Bos (interference), 9:20; Mrazek, Det, served by Richards (delay of game), 9:31; Marchand, Bos (interference), 14:24; K.Miller, Bos (roughing), 17:26.

Second6, Det, Helm 6 (Ouellet, Marchenko), 3:13. 7, Det, Datsyuk 11 (Richards, Zetterberg), 6:38 (pp). 8, Det, Helm 7 (Marchenko, Quincey), 11:01. 9, Bos, Seidenberg 1 (Spooner), 11:23. PenaltiesC.Miller, Bos (high-sticking), 4:19; Abdelkader, Det (slashing), 4:19; Eriksson, Bos (tripping), 4:41; Richards, Det (tripping), 16:52; Rinaldo, Bos (high-sticking), 19:48.

Third10, Bos, Kemppainen 2 (Marchand, Krejci), :38 (sh). 11, Det, Zetterberg 12 (DeKeyser, Datsyuk), 7:37. PenaltiesNone. ShotsBos 6-6-10—22. Det 9-18-8—35. PPsBos 0 of 2; Det 2 of 5. GoaliesBos, Rask (24 shots-19 saves), Gustavsson 10-4-1 (11:01 second, 11-10). Det, Mrazek 22-10-5 (22-17).

at Rangers 1 0 2 3
Flyers 0 0 1 1

First1, NYR, Brassard 19 (Yandle, Girardi), 5:08. PenaltiesSimmonds, Phi, major (fighting), :39; McIlrath, NYR, major (fighting), :39; White, Phi, major (fighting), :59; Glass, NYR, major (fighting), :59; VandeVelde, Phi (cross-checking), 4:14; Zuccarello, NYR (cross-checking), 4:14; Streit, Phi (cross-checking), 9:39; Zuccarello, NYR, double minor (high-sticking), 12:53; Schultz, Phi (tripping), 18:11.

SecondNone. PenaltiesNew York bench, served by Miller (too many men), 12:45; McIlrath, NYR (tripping), 16:17; Laughton, Phi (hooking), 19:15.

Third2, NYR, Stepan 11 (Zuccarello, Girardi), 10:34. 3, NYR, Stepan 12 (Zuccarello, Brassard), 13:54 (pp). 4, Phi, Schenn 16 (Voracek, Gostisbehere), 19:50 (pp). PenaltiesGudas, Phi (tripping), 13:42; Bellemare, Phi (goaltender interference), 15:35; Klein, NYR (roughing), 15:35; Glass, NYR (slashing), 18:18. ShotsPhi 9-6-7—22. NYR 9-12-9—30. PPsPhi 1 of 5; NYR 1 of 4. GoaliesPhi, Mason 13-15-7 (30 shots-27 saves). NYR, Lundqvist 28-14-4 (22-21).

at Devils 1 0 0 1
Kings 0 0 0 0

First1, NJ, Schlemko 7 (Zajac), 5:19 (pp). PenaltiesLecavalier, LA (hooking), 5:15; Helgeson, NJ (tripping), 16:22; Doughty, LA (holding), 20:00.

SecondNone. PenaltiesShore, LA (holding), 17:52.

ThirdNone. PenaltiesNone. ShotsLA 9-7-12—28. NJ 8-5-5—18. PPsLA 0 of 1; NJ 1 of 3. GoaliesLA, Enroth 4-5-1 (18 shots-17 saves). NJ, Kinkaid 4-5-1 (28-28).

at Sabres 3 0 1 4
Avalanche 0 1 0 1

First1, Buf, Eichel 17, 2:02. 2, Buf, Kane 16 (Reinhart, Gorges), 4:42. 3, Buf, Reinhart 17 (R.O'Reilly, McCabe), 17:14. PenaltiesDuchene, Col (cross-checking), 5:37; Kane, Buf (hooking), 10:34.

Second4, Col, E.Johnson 8 (Grigorenko, Iginla), 2:35. PenaltiesGionta, Buf (slashing), 4:00; Duchene, Col (hooking), 15:42.

Third5, Buf, Foligno 7 (R.O'Reilly), 18:10 (en). PenaltiesGorges, Buf (tripping), 5:49; Duchene, Col (high-sticking), 8:13; Girgensons, Buf, double minor (high-sticking), 11:37; Gorges, Buf (high-sticking), 13:38. ShotsCol 11-11-13—35. Buf 8-7-6—21. PPsCol 0 of 6; Buf 0 of 3. GoaliesCol, Varlamov 21-15-3 (2 shots-0 saves), Pickard (4:42 first, 18-17). Buf, Lehner 3-4-1 (35-34).

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