Patrick Roy and Sergei Fedorov have made the most of extra ice time.
Roy set the NHL record for most career minutes played, and Fedorov broke the league mark for most overtime goals scored Friday on a night of milestones in hockey.
Roy broke another of Terry Sawchuk's goalie records by simply playing in the Colorado Avalanche's 4-2 loss at Dallas. Roy finished the night with 57,202 minutes played; Sawchuk had 57,194 in his 21-season NHL career.
The mark even drew cheers from the Dallas crowd that was already in a good mood because Mike Modano became the fifth U.S.-born player to reach 1,000 points.
"I was surprised," said Roy, noting he can't remember receiving such a reaction on the road. "It was nice."
Fedorov broke a three-way tie atop the overtime goal list when his 12th gave the Detroit Red Wings a 2-1 victory over the Anaheim Mighty Ducks.
He had been tied with Washington's Jaromir Jagr, Toronto's Mats Sundin and Chicago's Steve Thomas with 11 regular-season overtime goals. It was his second overtime winner in three games.
In other NHL games, Toronto 3, Buffalo 2; Philadelphia 1, Carolina 1; Phoenix 5, Atlanta 1; Tampa Bay 4, San Jose 2; New Jersey 5, Montreal 1; Washington 2, Chicago 2; and Edmonton 5, St. Louis 0.
Flyers 1, Hurricanes 1
Jesse Boulerice scored his first NHL goal and point against his former team as Carolina tied Philadelphia.
Maple Leafs 3, Sabres 2
Alexander Mogilny scored goals 2:13 apart as Toronto extended Buffalo's winless streak to 10 games.
Coyotes 5, Thrashers 1
Tony Amonte had a goal and an assist as Phoenix used a pair of quick strikes to end a three-game losing streak.
Lightning 4, Sharks 2
Dave Andreychuk set an NHL record by scoring his 250th career power-play goal as Tampa Bay beat visiting San Jose.
Andreychuk was tied for the record with Phil Esposito, a radio broadcaster for the Lightning.
Capitals 2, Blackhawks 2
Chris Simon's power-play goal with 1:26 left in the third period lifted Chicago into a tie with Washington.
Devils 5, Canadiens 1
Jamie Langenbrunner scored two goals for the second straight game to lead New Jersey over Montreal.
Oilers 5, Blues 0
Anson Carter and Marty Reasoner each scored twice and Tommy Salo made 29 saves for his first shutout of the season and 50th of his career as Edmonton beat St. Louis.
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