Bruins shut out Canadiens, Sharks end skid
The Boston Bruins blanked the Montreal Canadiens, while the San Jose Sharks returned to winning ways.
Tuukka Rask stopped 25 shots as the Bruins shut out the Canadiens 4-0 in the NHL on Sunday.
The Sharks snapped a four-game losing streak with a 4-1 rout of the New Jersey Devils.
Elsewhere, the Detroit Red Wings and their struggles continued against the Minnesota Wild.
BRUINS UNDEFEATED UNDER CASSIDY
The appointment of head coach Bruce Cassidy has worked out well for Boston.
Since replacing Claude Julien on Tuesday, Cassidy has overseen three consecutive wins.
SHARKS BACK TO WINNING WAYS
Brent Burns helped the Sharks out of their rut on Sunday.
The defenseman scored two goals as the Sharks ended their losing run.
Burns - who has amassed 24 goals and 59 points - is now two points adrift of Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid for the NHL scoring lead.
RED WINGS LOSE...AGAIN!
Detroit's losing run continued in Minnesota after losing 6-3 to the Wild.
The Red Wings conceded three power-play goals.
Pretty sure there was some smoke trailing after that.-- NHL (@NHL) February 13, 2017
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PREDATORS RALLY, ISLANDERS WIN
The Nashville Predators came back to beat the Dallas Stars 5-3, the New York Islanders accounted for the Colorado Avalanche 5-1 and the Buffalo Sabres lost 4-2 to the Vancouver Canucks.
BLUE JACKETS ENTERTAIN RANGERS
The Columbus Blue Jackets play host to the New York Rangers on Monday, while the Arizona Coyotes play the Calgary Flames.