Darcy Kuemper stopped 37 shots and slammed an opponent to the ice during a brawl in the second period as the Arizona Coyotes beat the Calgary Flames 3-0 Saturday.

After Calgary's Johnny Gaudreau cross-checked Arizona's Jason Demers late in the second period while Demers was down on the ice, Kuemper put the Flames' Matthew Tkachuk in a headlock and flipped him off his feet.

Tkachuk came up swinging and landed a few blows on Kuemper, a former Wild player, in a dust-up that also included Calgary goaltender David Rittich barreling in from the other side of the rink.

The crowd chanted Kuemper's name as he returned to the net.

"It happens. A little bit of fun, but then we got back to work," Kuemper said.

"That's a big part of our success, is how tight we are as a group. We want to have each other's back out there."

Derek Stepan, Carl Soderberg and Lawson Crouse scored for Arizona, which won for the third time in four games.

Winnipeg 4, Tampa Bay 3: Connor Hellebuyck made 31 saves and the Jets overcame Steven Stamkos' 400th goal to beat the Lightning in Tampa. Mathieu Perreault, Nikolaj Ehlers, Jack Roslovic and Kyle Connor scored for Winnipeg, which is on a 6-1-1 roll.

Dallas 5, Edmonton 4 (OT): Jamie Benn scored 1:14 into overtime as the visiting Stars beat the Oilers for their third consecutive win. Benn converted a backhand to close out Dallas' 3-0-1 trip to Canada. It was Benn's first goal since Oct. 10 and second of this season. The Stars have won 10 of 12. Jujhar Khaira collected two goals for the Oilers.

Los Angeles 4, Vegas 3: Jeff Carter scored in his 1,000th career game as the host Kings beat the Golden Knights for their third straight victory.

Washington 3, Boston 2 (SO): T.J. Oshie tied it with 59 seconds left in regulation and Jakub Vrana scored the decisive goal in the shootout as Capitals beat host Bruins in a matchup of the Eastern Conference's top teams. Ex-Gopher Travis Boyd also scored in regulation for Washington, which outshot the Bruins 44-23 in regulation.

Buffalo 4, Ottawa 2: Jack Eichel scored a career-high four goals for the host Sabres. who ended a six-game losing streak.

Anaheim 4, St. Louis 1: Derek Grant's first career hat trick led the Ducks over the host Blues. It was just Grant's second multigoal game out of 229.