FEB 08, 2014 11:24p ET
The crowd chanted ''USA! USA! as Oshie skated in on Al Montoya and beat him. Tarasenko then scored, giving the Blues the victory in their final game before the Olympic break.
Mark Scheifele scored twice, and Dustin Byfuglien added a goal for Winnipeg.
Killorn beat Jimmy Howard from just outside the crease to give the Lightning a 3-2 lead with 3:11 to play. Palat added an empty-net goal with 63 seconds left.
Tampa Bay also got a goal from Tom Pyatt. The Lightning, who had lost four of five, are second in the Atlantic Division, one-point ahead of Montreal and Toronto.
Daniel Alfredsson and Tomas Jurco scored for Detroit, which has record of 2,761-2,320-815-104.
Bergeron, who will join Team Canada for the Olympics, was one of several Bruins with multiple points before joining their national teams in Sochi, Russia. David Krejci of the Czech Republic and Sweden's Loui Eriksson added a pair of assists apiece.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Julien Brouillette broke a scoreless tie with his first NHL goal midway through the third period, Braden Holtby stopped 25 shots and the Capitals beat the Devils in the teams' final game before the Olympic break.
Brouillette, playing his second NHL game, beat Cory Schneider on the short side with a wrist shot from the top of the left circle at the 10:50 mark.
Schneider finished with 23 saves.
Making his first start since Jan. 23, Emery had a shutout going until Matt Stajan scored with 2:26 left.
Despite winning six of their past eight games, the Flames are tied for the third-fewest points in the league.
The teams resume their regular-season schedule on Feb. 27.
Montreal left wing Max Pacioretty sustained a lower-body injury with 7:30 left in the first period when he was checked into the goal by Carolina's Brett Bellemore and did not return. The U.S. Olympic hockey team member said the move was precautionary.
Goalkeeper Carey Price finished with 31 saves for the Canadiens.
Carolina's Drayson Bowman tallied his fourth goal of the season.
The Islanders scored two goals during a wild sequence in the third period in which the Avalanche committed four penalties over a 3:34 span. Islanders captain John Tavares got his team on the board with 8:43 remaining. Then, 57 seconds later, Lubomir Visnovsky got New York within one. Both goals were scored as part of 5-on-3 advantages.
Toronto won for the 11th time in 14 games and seventh straight at home, while the Canucks lost the 16th time in 20 games. They've scored just 37 goals in that span.
The Ducks entered the Olympic break with 87 points at 41-14-5, beating Nashville for the fifth straight time.
Emerson Etem gave Anaheim a 3-2 lead when he tipped Hampus Lindholm's slap shot into the net 4:51 into the third. Mathieu Perreault sealed the victory 3 minutes later by tipping in Daniel Winnik's pass.
Corey Perry scored his team-leading 30th goal, and Getzlaf reached 29 by scoring the first and last goals for the Ducks.
Lehtonen, a Finnish Olympian, received plenty of help from the Stars' defense and from goals by Ray Whitney and Russian Olympian Valeri Nichushkin.
Dallas limited the Coyotes to 27 shots, 13 in the third period. Lehtonen shut them out until Radim Vrbata scored on a power play with 15 seconds remaining.
Whitney scored just 2:10 into the game. Nichushkin scored at 19:26 of the second period, deflecting in a shot by Trevor Daley.