Lundqvist was serenaded by the crowd with chants of "Hen-rik, Hen-rik" in the game's final minute.
Brian Boyle scored in the first period and Chris Kreider had two third-period goals for the Rangers, who won their second straight after an 0-2-1 skid and moved into second place in the Metropolitan Division one point ahead of Philadelphia.
BRUINS 5, PANTHERS 2
SUNRISE, Fla. • Torey Krug scored the go-ahead goal in the third period and the Boston Bruins won their season-high fifth straight with a victory over the Florida Panthers.
Chad Johnson made 20 saves, and Chris Kelly, Jarome Iginla, Patrice Bergeron and Andrej Meszaros also scored for Boston. The Bruins are 7-0-3 during a 10-game stretch on the road, their longest such point streak since 2010-11.
The Bruins have taken 14 of 16 from the Panthers, including eight straight by a combined 33-10 score.
Jimmy Hayes scored both goals for Florida, and Roberto Luongo stopped 37 shots.
BLACKHAWKS 2, SABRES 1
BUFFALO, N.Y. • Jonathan Toews scored the go-ahead goal 1:34 into the third period, and the Chicago Blackhawks snapped a two-game road skid with a win over the Buffalo Sabres.
Patrick Kane celebrated his trip home to Buffalo by also scoring in helping the Blackhawks beat the Sabres for a fifth consecutive time. Cory Crawford made 20 saves in making his 12 straight start.
By improving to 3-3 since the end of the Olympic break, Chicago (38-13-14) avoided its longest road losing streak since a six-game drought from Feb. 2-14, 2012.
Drew Stafford scored for the league-worst Sabres (19-37-8), who had a three-game home winning streak snapped.
KINGS 4, OILERS 2
EDMONTON, Alberta • Jeff Carter had two goals and an assist as the Los Angeles Kings won their seventh straight with a victory over the Edmonton Oilers.
Alec Martinez and Trevor Lewis also scored for the Kings, who have their longest winning streak since taking nine in a row from Jan. 21-Feb. 6, 2010.
Taylor Hall and Sam Gagner responded for the Oilers, who had a two-game winning streak snapped and were outshot 50-27.
BLUES 3, WILD 2, SO
ST. PAUL, Minn. • T.J. Oshie and Alexander Steen scored shootout goals and the St. Louis Blues took over the top spot in the NHL standings with a win over the Minnesota Wild.
In his first shootout since his memorable Olympic performance against Russia, Oshie beat Ilya Bryzgalov through the five-hole in the first round. Steen sealed the win in the following round after the Blues' Brian Elliott turned away Zach Parise and Mikko Koivu.
The Wild fell behind 2-0 early, but tied it with second-period goals from Jason Pominville and Matt Moulson.
Oshie and Carlo Colaiacovo scored on the second and third shots of the game for St. Louis.