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Five players scored goals for visiting Philadelphia. It was Florida's third straight loss. Flyers goalie Roman Cechmanek made 31 saves and posted his third straight win. He's 5-0-1 in his last six games.

BLUE JACKETS: The team placed defensemen Mattias Timander and Frantisek Kucera on the injured list. Kucera aggravated a pectoral strain and Timander was bothered by neck spasms.

KINGS: Left wing Craig Johnson is out for the rest of the season after severing a tendon in his right foot with his own skate. He was injured Tuesday night and taken to Centinela Hospital Medical Center in Inglewood for surgery.

SABRES: Michael Peca, who's missed the first three months of the NHL season because of stalled contract talks with Buffalo, strained his groin during his first shift with Canada in the Spengler Cup. Peca said he will miss today's game against Haie-Kolner, Germany, and will consult with team doctors to determine whether he'll play Friday against host Davos, Switzerland.

STARS: Right wing Jamie Langenbrunner is scheduled for surgery today in Minneapolis to repair a lower abdominal strain. Langenbrunner, who has seven goals and 11 assists in 31 games this season, will miss about two months.

WILD 5, RED WINGS 3: Scott Pellerin and Sean O'Donnell scored second-period goals for visiting Minnesota. An apparent tying goal by Kirk Maltby with nearly three minutes left to play was reviewed and then disallowed. Officials ruled that Maltby raised his stick higher than the crossbar to deflect a Nicklas Lidstrom shot past Manny Fernandez.