Penalties_Dekeyser, DET, (interference), 8:26; Ward, CAR, served by Teravainen, (delay of game), 17:38.
 Period_4, Carolina, Staal 3 (Pesce), 6:43.
Penalties_Marchenko, DET, (tripping), 9:05; Smith, DET, (holding), 11:08; Carolina bench, served by Frk (too many men on the ice), 14:04.
Devan Dubnyk made 27 saves, Charlie Coyle and Chris Stewart scored 12 seconds apart and the Minnesota Wild used four second-period goals to beat the Boston Bruins 5-0 on Tuesday night.
Ryan Suter and Jason Zucker each had a goal and an assist for Minnesota, and rookie Joel Eriksson Ek got his first three NHL assists.
The Wild broke the scoreless tie 5:07 into the second when Coyle tapped in his own rebound, then Minnesota struck again when Zucker slipped a pass from behind the net to Stewart, who hit a one-timer past Subban to put the Wild up 2-0.
McQuaid made his season debut for Boston after missing the first five games with an upper body injury.
(Reuters) - The U. S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State militants has not taken enough precautions to avoid civilian casualties in Syria and has underestimated the impact of its operations on civilians, Amnesty International said on Tuesday.