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Julien mum on job security question

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BOSTON (AP) Bruins coach Claude Julien declined to answer on Friday night when asked about his job security after his team was shut out for the second straight home game.

Julien led the Bruins to the 2011 Stanley Cup title and brought them back to the finals two years later.

This season, Boston is languishing in the middle of the Atlantic Division. The Bruins are tied with Montreal for second place with 52 points. But they have played six more games than the Canadiens and the fourth-place Maple Leafs, who are two points back.


Henrik Sedin gets 1,000th point in win

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) Henrik Sedin got mobbed by the rest of the Vancouver Canucks moments after he got his 1,000th career point - and struggled to keep his emotions in check.

"When I saw my teammates come on the ice, I lost it a little bit," Sedin said after the Canucks topped the Florida Panthers 2-1 on Friday night.


Hossa scores late, 'Hawks top Bruins 1-0

BOSTON (AP) Blackhawks backup Scott Darling insists he isn't trying to take playing time away from No. 1 goalie Corey Crawford.

"I don't know if you guys know who my goalie partner is," Darling said with a smile after beating the Boston Bruins 1-0 on Friday night. "He's one of the best goalies in the world, hands down, no arguments. So I'm just pretty happy to get any games I can."


Sheary scores 2, Pens rip Hurricanes 7-1

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) The Pittsburgh Penguins have been beatable away from home this season. Good thing for them this felt nothing like a road game.

Phil Kessel had a goal and an assist during Pittsburgh's four-goal second period, and the Penguins routed the Carolina Hurricanes 7-1 on Friday night.


Surging Preds win SO, end Oilers' run

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) Ryan Ellis made sure Nashville stayed on track away from home.

The defenseman scored in the third period and added the shootout winner as the Predators won their second road game in a row, defeating the Edmonton Oilers 3-2 on Friday night.


Habs stifle Devils, net 3 on power play

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) The toughest thing Montreal Canadiens goalie Al Montoya had to do against the New Jersey Devils was stay awake.

The Canadiens limited the Devils to a season-low 17 shots, and Shea Weber and Max Pacioretty each scored a power-play goal during a major penalty early in the third period of Montreal's 3-1 victory Friday night.


O'Reilly keys Sabres' OT win over Wings

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Sabres center Ryan O'Reilly can complain all he wants about how frustrated he felt over the first two periods against the Detroit Red Wings.

The only thing that mattered to coach Dan Bylsma was how his top-line forward made a difference over the final 25 minutes in rallying Buffalo to a 3-2 overtime win Friday night.


Ducks F Silfverberg to miss 2-game trip

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Forward Jakob Silfverberg will not travel on the Anaheim Ducks' upcoming two-game road trip while recovering from an upper-body injury.

The Ducks are leaving for Minnesota on Friday without Silfverberg, who was injured late in their 2-1 victory over Colorado on Thursday.


Caps net 7 again, now 10-0-2 in last 12

ST. LOUIS (AP) Justin Williams normally keeps his focus on the ice.

Yet, the Washington Capitals' winger couldn't help but glance up to the press box after his goal in the Capitals' 7-3 win over the St. Louis Blues on Thursday.


Tavares nets 2, Isles win Weight's debut

NEW YORK (AP) Getting a new coach this week didn't change things much for the Islanders - and oddly enough, that's a good thing for New York.

John Tavares narrowly missed out on his second hat trick in a week, Thomas Greiss got his second straight shutout and the Islanders beat the Dallas Stars 3-0 on Thursday night in their first game since firing longtime coach Jack Capuano.

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