The Pittsburgh Penguins and Montreal Canadiens needed late goals to claim wins in the NHL on Saturday.
Sidney Crosby scored with 14 seconds remaining before the Penguins had a 4-3 shoot-out win over the New Jersey Devils.
The Canadiens needed overtime, battling to a 2-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings.
Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Kings stretched their winning run by edging the Chicago Blackhawks.
PENGUINS WIN... JUST
The Penguins held a second-period lead as Jake Guentzel and Tom Kuhnhackl scored after Michael Cammalleri's opener for the Devils.
However, Cammalleri scored again to go with a Vernon Fiddler effort to put the Devils ahead.
But Crosby tied the game in the final minute before Kris Letang scored the only goal in the shoot-out.
CANADIENS WIN IN OT
The Canadiens also had to come from behind.
Justin Abdelkader gave the Red Wings a lead before Brendan Gallagher tied the game and Alex Galchenyuk was the OT hero.
KINGS VICTORIOUS AGAIN
The Kings made it five straight wins by overcoming the Blackhawks 2-1.
Patrick Kane and Alec Martinez traded goals before Jeff Carter struck the winner in OT.
Elsewhere, plenty of shoot-outs were needed.
The Florida Panthers (2-1 over the Columbus Blue Jackets), St Louis Blues (4-3 over the Minnesota Wild) and Vancouver Canucks (3-2 over the Colorado Avalanche) all needed shoot-outs.
The Ottawa Senators edged past the Carolina Hurricanes 2-1, the Anaheim Ducks beat the San Jose Sharks 3-2 and the Toronto Maple Leafs had a 4-2 win over the Washington Capitals.
SENATORS IN NEW YORK
The Senators (13-7-1) face the New York Rangers (15-6-1) in a blockbuster clash on Sunday.