NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – Monday, March 11, 2013.

Recaps of Sunday’s NHL games featuring American NHL teams, an update on Evgeni Malkin, Patrick Marleau reaches a scoring milestone and more.

PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE/NEWSDAY: Chris Kunitz had a hat trick and Sidney Crosby collected five assists as the Pittsburgh Penguins thumped the NY Islanders 6-1. The Penguins also learned star forward Evgeni Malkin is out one-two weeks with an upper body injury.

Bobby Ryan celebrates his game-tying goal against the Blues.

Bobby Ryan celebrates his game-tying goal against the Blues.

ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER/STLTODAY.COM: Bobby Ryan scored the game-tying goal and Corey Perry the game winner as the Anaheim Ducks doubled up the St. Louis Blues 4-2.

DENVER POST/SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS: Matt Duchene scored in the last second of overtime as the Colorado Avalanche downed the San Jose Sharks 3-2. The loss was a tough one for Sharks forward Patrick Marleau, whose 400th career NHL goal sparked his team to erase a 2-0 deficit to force overtime.

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS/WASHINGTON POST: Brian Boyle’s first goal of the season snapped a 1-1 tie and lifted the NY Rangers to a 4-1 win over the Washington Capitals.

PHILLY.COM/BUFFALO NEWS:  Claude Giroux early second period power play goal was the winner as the Philadelphia Flyers edged the Buffalo Sabres 3-2.

COLUMBUS DISPATCH/DETROIT FREE PRESS: Matt Calvert got the winner in a shootout as the Columbus Dispatch nipped the Detroit Red Wings 3-2, sweeping a home-and-home series.

NEWSOBSERVER.COM: Carolina Hurricanes winger Tuomo Ruutu could be cleared to practice by March 15, over one month earlier than anticipated. Ruutu’s been recovering from December hip surgery.