National Hockey League Game Capsules

The Sports NetworkOctober 5, 2013 

Raleigh, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Radek Dvorak netted the winner early in the second period and Anton Khudobin made 17 saves, as the Carolina Hurricanes clipped the Philadelphia Flyers, 2-1, on Sunday. Jay Harrison registered a first-period tally and Jeff Skinner added a pair of assists for the Hurricanes, who picked up their first win of the season. Khudobin, who bested the Flyers for his first NHL win as a starter while playing for Minnesota in February of 2010, was similarly successful in his Carolina debut. Luke Schenn scored and Steve Mason was solid in defeat with 32 saves for the Flyers, who have gone 0-3 to start the season for the second consecutive year.

Final Score: Anaheim 3, Winnipeg 2

Winnipeg, MB (SportsNetwork.com) - Corey Perry potted the game-winner with 5:31 remaining in the third, making Teemu Selanne's final trip to Winnipeg a triumphant one, as the Anaheim Ducks downed the Jets, 3-2, on Sunday at MTS Centre. Andrew Cogliano and Mathieu Perreault each scored once, while Viktor Fasth stopped 15-of-17 shots for the Ducks, who have won back-to-back games since opening the season with a 6-1 setback in Colorado. Set to retire at season's end, the 43-year-old Selanne made what will likely be his final trip to Winnipeg, where he started his NHL career 21 years ago. Selanne, who racked up 147 goals and 306 points in 231 games with the Jets, was honored with a video tribute during the game, prompting a standing ovation from the Winnipeg faithful. Andrew Ladd registered both Winnipeg markers, while Ondrej Pavelec allowed all three goals on 33 shots for the Jets, who were looking for their first 3-0 start in franchise history.

Final Score: Vancouver 5, Calgary 4 (OT)

Calgary, AB (SportsNetwork.com) - Mike Santorelli scored his second goal of the game 3:17 into overtime Sunday and the Vancouver Canucks beat the Calgary Flames 5-4. The Canucks overcame a 3-1 deficit with three consecutive goals in the third period to take the lead, only to see David Jones tie the game for Calgary with 19 seconds left in regulation. In overtime, Santorelli started a tic-tac-toe play with Kevin Bieksa and went to the net, where he jammed the final pass in to give the Canucks their second straight win. The Flames, playing their home opener, got another goal from 18-year-old rookie Sean Monahan but lost for the second time in their three games -- both losses coming after regulation. Jannik Hansen, Santorelli and Dale Weise all scored in the third period after Monahan had given the Flames a 3-1 lead. Weise's goal made it 4-3 with 3:54 left. David Booth also scored for the Canucks and Eddie Lack made 32 saves. Mark Giordano and Mikael Backlund had goals for the Flames and Joey MacDonald made 23 saves, including a pair of highlight-reel stops late in the third period.

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