Boston Bruins' Justin Hickman fights with Detroit Red Wings' Louis-Marc Aubry (32) during the first period of an NHL hockey game Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Matt Hunwick and Peter Holland each scored twice to help the Toronto Maple Leafs rout the Buffalo Sabres 8-1 on Friday night in exhibition play.
William Nylander, Kasperi Kapanen, Rich Clune and Jake Gardner also scored for Toronto, coming off a 1-0 shootout loss to the Sabres on Thursday night in St. Catherines, Ontario. Frank Corrado had three assists.
Jhonas Enroth and Antoine Bibeau each played half the game in goal for Toronto. Enroth started and made eight saves on nine shots, and Bibeau stopped 14 shots.
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Derek Grant scored for Buffalo. Jason Kasdorf started for the Sabres and allowed four goals on 13 shots. He was replaced by John Muse at the start of the second, Muse surrendered four goals on 27 shots.
FLEURY BLANKS BLACKHAWKS
In Pittsburgh, Marc-Andre Fleury made 24 saves to lead the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins to a 1-0 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks.
Scott Wilson scored 25 seconds into the second period. Larss Johansson and Mac Carruth split time in net for Chicago. Johansson made 18 saves on 19 shots, and Carruth stopped all nine shots he faced.
PALAT LEAD LIGHTNING PAST HURRICANES
In Raleigh, North Carolina, Ondrej Palat scored at 1:38 seconds of overtime to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a 2-1 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes.
Palau also had the primary assist on Tyler Johnson's goal first-period goal.
Andrei Vasilevskiy made 27 saves, allowing only yielding Jeff Skinner's power-play goal with 1:05 left in regulation.
Eddie Lack started for Carolina, and made 11 saves on 12 shots in two periods. Michael Leighton made four saves in the third and overtime.
KHUDOBIN, BRUINS STOP RED WINGS
In Detroit, Ryan Spooner scored 34 seconds into overtime, and Anton Khudobin made 34 saves in the Boston Bruins' 2-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings.
Boston's Danton Heinen tied it with 7:29 left in regulation.
Detroit's Riley Sheahan opened the scoring with a power-play goal in the second.