Nelson helps Islanders beat Flyers 6-1
Connor McDavid also scored and Mika Koskinen made 24 saves in his first start of the season. Edmonton was 0-11-2 in its previous 13 games against Nashville.
Nashville cut it to 4-3 with 4:06 left on Forsberg's final goal. He connected on a power play, with Saros off for an extra attacker. Caggiula capped the scoring with an empty-netter.
Matt Niskanen, Jakub Vrana and T.J. Oshie scored for Washington, which has won two of three on its Canadian trip. Playing in his fifth NHL game, Copley stopped 27 shots in regulation and overtime and four of five in the shootout.
Matthews left in the second period after injuring his left shoulder absorbing a hit from defenseman Jacob Trouba. Matthews cut to the front of the net with the puck and, as he attempted to shoot on goalie Connor Hellebuyck, Trouba went shoulder-to-shoulder with Matthews.
Kapanen scored the go-ahead goal with 2:45 left.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Artemi Panarin scored 31 seconds into overtime to give Columbus the victory over Buffalo.
The Sabres got a pair of goals in a two-minute span in the third period to tie it, setting up the overtime snipe by Panarin, a shot from the left circle that glanced off the far post.
Leo Komarov and Anthony Beauvillier also scored to help the Islanders take a 3-0 lead through two periods in a game between teams near the bottom of the Eastern Conference. Nelson scored in the first and third periods in his third straight game with a goal.
Next up for Florida is a trip to Finland. The Panthers play Winnipeg in Helsinki on Thursday and Friday as part of the NHL's Global Series.
BOSTON (AP) — Brendan Gallagher and Max Domi scored 1:21 apart midway into the first period, and Carey Price made it stand up with 33 saves for his first shutout of the season to lead Montreal past Boston.
The Bruins lost for the first time at home this season after winning their first four — all in regulation. They were the last NHL team to lose at home. Tuukka Rask made 20 saves.
Jordie Benn added an empty-netter for Montreal.
Clayton Keller, Vinnie Hinostroza, Jordan Oesterle, Derek Stepan and Richard Panik also had goals for the Coyotes, who scored a season high. Antti Raanta made 29 saves as the Coyotes won their third straight game while breaking the Lightning's seven-game points streak.
The Coyotes have scored 22 goals in their last five games after a slow start. They reached .500 for the first time this season and lead the league with five short-handed goals.
Adam Erne scored his first goal of the season at 9:27 of the third period for Tampa Bay, which had not lost since falling to Vancouver in the second game of the season. Lightning goalie Louis Domingue made 23 saves in his first game against his former team.
Staal's goal came on the fifth power play of the night for Minnesota, which won its fifth straight. The Wild had failed to score with the man advantage until Staal's shot from between the faceoff circles found its way past Semyon Varlamov.
Brodin's empty-netter gave the Wild a 3-1 lead with 2:43 remaining.
Gabriel Landeskog scored in traffic for Colorado with 41.1 seconds remaining.
Jake Allen stopped 16 of 19 shots before exiting with 1:01 remaining in the second period after Sanford collided with him, shoving him into his own net. Chad Johnson entered in relief and stopped all five shots he faced.
Corey Crawford allowed six goals on 36 shots.
Patrick Kane scored a pair of goals and added an assist to give him 59 points in 60 career regular-season games against St. Louis.
DeSmith, a 27-year-old backup, got the nod over Matt Murray in the final game of Pittsburgh's four-game Canadian trip and helped his team complete a sweep. The Penguins also won at Toronto, Edmonton and Calgary.
DeSmith's previous shutout came on April 26 against Ottawa.
Phil Kessel also scored for Pittsburgh, which has just one loss in regulation this season.