How Canadian NHL teams fared last night

Six of seven Canadian NHL teams were in action on Tuesday night. Here's a quick look at how they fared.

Leafs' Jonathan Bernier gets shelled by Islanders

The Isles showed no mercy, trouncing the Buds 6-3 in the back end of the home and home 0:30

Six of seven Canadian NHL teams were in action on Tuesday night.

Here's a quick look at how they fared. 

Islanders strike back in Toronto

The New York Islanders outdid the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-3 in the second leg of a home-and-home series. 

Toronto netminder Jonathan Bernier allowed six goals on 15 shots over two periods and was replaced in the final frame by James Reimer. 

The Leafs pulled to within a goal in the second period, only to see the Islanders erupt for three scores in a row to put the game out of reach. 

The Leafs defeated the Islanders 3-1 in New York on Sunday. 

Streak ends for Flames

The Calgary Flames were edged 1-0 by the Anaheim Ducks and saw their franchise-record 11-game home winning streak come to an end in the process.  

Shawn Horcoff scored the games' lone goal in the second period. 

Struggles continue for Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens fell 3-1 to the red-hot Florida Panthers and have now dropped seven of their last eight contests. 

Meanwhile, the Panthers have strung together seven wins in a row.

Similar story for Senators

The Ottawa Senators were also finishing up the second end of a home-and-home set, losing 7-3 in Boston. 

The Bruins poured it on with four goals in the final 20 minutes to run away with the victory.

On Sunday, the Senators got the better of the Bruins with a 3-1 win in Ottawa. 

Jets get past Red Wings

The Winnipeg Jets were also in the business of chasing goalies in a 4-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings. 

Jimmy Howard was replaced by Petr Mrazek after getting beat on four of the 14 shots he faced. 

Kings down Oilers

After a quiet first period for both teams The Los Angeles Kings opened up a 4-1 lead in the second period and never looked back in beating the Edmonton Oilers 5-2

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