NEW YORK — Marcus Johansson had two goals and an assist to help Washington beat the Rangers 4-1 on Tuesday night in defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk's first game with the Capitals. Brett Connolly and Nicklas Backstrom also scored and Braden Holtby stopped 29 shots as the NHL-best Capitals gave coach Barry Trotz his 700th career victory. Trotz is sixth on the NHL coaching wins list.Shattenkirk, acquired from the Blues on Monday night, had four shots on goal in 17:57 of ice time. Brady Skjei scored in the first period and Henrik Lundqvist finished with 34 saves as the Rangers lost for the second time in three days on home ice after going 5-0-1 in their previous six at Madison Square Garden. After stepping up their play in the latter stages of the first period, the Capitals were in control in the second as they scored twice and outshot the Rangers 18-9. Coyote okay after leaving on stretcher: Coyotes forward Alexander Burmistrov was treated and released from a Boston hospital after being taken off the ice on a stretcher following a hit by Bruins defenseman Colin Miller. He was expected to rejoin the team Tuesday night.Burmistrov was motionless on the ice for several minutes after Miller went into him sideways and knocked him down after he made a pass in the second period. Miller was given five minutes for charging and thrown out of the game at TD Garden. Miller said he sent Burmistrov a text message to say he wasn't trying to hurt him. "(Burmistrov) said he understood," Miller said. "It's a hockey play."With Miller in the dressing room and Boston a man down for three minutes, the Bruins scored three goals in the last 13 minutes of the second — including a pair 1:44 apart at the end of the period — to pull away for a 4-1 win. Game highlights: Alex Galchenyuk scored in overtime for the second straight night, Carey Price made 26 saves and the host Canadiens beat the Blue Jackets 1-0 to extend their winning streak to three games. … Filip Forsberg scored 2:45 into overtime and the Predators came back to beat the host Sabres 5-4. Forsberg had a goal and an assist in the final nine minutes of the third period to lead the Predators back from a 4-2 deficit. Forsberg has 10 goals and four assists during a six-game point streak. … Aleksander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau scored in the shootout and the host Panthers got a much-needed win over the Hurricanes, 3-2, to finish a disappointing 1-3 homestand. The Hurricanes have lost seven of their past eight games. Center Jeff Skinner, Carolina's leading scorer, was scratched with an upper-body injury and also was expected to miss tonight's game against the Lightning at Amalie Arena.