Read reports from Saturday’s NHL games.
Carter Hart had his second shutout this season and the Philadelphia Flyers won 3-0 at the expense of the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday.
Hart made 29 saves for the Flyers, who are undefeated in their last three games.
Kieffer Bellows, Tyson Foerster and Scott Laughton hit the mark.
The Flyers have won four of their last five games.
Their next meeting will be Tuesday night at home, against the Montreal Canadiens.
Alex Nedeljkovic blocked 19 shots for the Red Wings, beaten for the fifth time in six games.
The team will be at the Bell Center on April 4.
Garnet Hathaway broke the deadlock late in the second period and the Boston Bruins won 2-1 against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday.
It was Boston’s sixth straight win. The team obtained a 56th victory; the single-season mark is 62, set by the Detroit Red Wings in 1995-96.
Patrice Bergeron was the other scorer for the Bruins, officially Atlantic Division champions.
Author of 26 saves, Linus Ullmark was beaten only by Victor Hedman.
Andrei Vasilevskiy blocked 32 shots for the Lightning, which was losing a fourth straight game.
The Bruins ran out a two-man penalty kill that lasted 1:09, halfway through the middle frame.
Each club’s next game will be in Carolina.
The Bruins will be there on Sunday, the Lightning on Tuesday.