LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Chicago Blackhawks raised their own Stanley Cup championship banner just two seasons ago, so their core players already know it's tough to go back to work after a pregame party.
When the Los Angeles Kings were finished raising their banner and receiving their rings Saturday, the Blackhawks reminded the champs that what happened last year won't help the Kings in this shortened NHL season.
Marian Hossa had two goals and an assist, Corey Crawford made 19 saves, and Chicago crashed the Kings' Stanley Cup celebration with a 5-2 victory.
Captain Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane each had a goal and an assist for the Blackhawks, who jumped to a 3-0 lead on Michael Frolik's goal less than 15 minutes in.
With superior speed and skill, Chicago ruined the festivities shortly after the Kings hung their first championship banner in the Staples Center rafters.
"We wanted to have a good start, and whether they were going to be on their game or not didn't really matter to us," said Toews, the Conn Smythe Trophy-winning hero of Chicago's 2010 title run.
Rob Scuderi and Jordan Nolan scored and Jonathan Quick stopped 17 shots for the Kings.
Senators 4, Jets 1
WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Erik Karlsson had a goal and an assist and the Ottawa Senators spoiled the Winnipeg Jets' home opener with a 4-1 victory.
Milan Michalek, Kyle Turris and Chris Neil, with the game-winner in the second period, scored Ottawa's other goals.
Dustin Byfuglien scored for the Jets.
Penguins 3, Flyers 1
PHILADELPHIA -- Tyler Kennedy and James Neal both scored goals to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins past the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-1.
Claude Giroux scored for the Flyers in the first game for both teams since the end of the 113-day NHL lockout.
Devils 2, Islanders 1
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- David Clarkson's goal at 8:17 of the third period sent the New Jersey Devils to a 2-1 season-opening win over the New York Islanders.
Travis Zajac also scored for New Jersey. Martin Brodeur stopped 18 shots to increase his NHL wins record to 657.
Boston 3, Rangers 1
Tuukka Rask stopped 20 shots for Boston in his first game after taking over for two-time Vezina Trophy winner Tim Thomas, and the Bruins beat the New York Rangers 3-1 in the lockout-delayed season opener on Saturday night.
Lightning 6, Capitals 3
TAMPA, Fla. -- Martin St. Louis and Eric Brewer each scored two goals as the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Washington Capitals 6-3 in the season opener for both teams.
St. Louis added an assist, while Vincent Lecavalier and Cory Conacher also scored goals for the Lightning.
Maple Leafs 2, Canadiens 1
MONTREAL -- Nazem Kadri and Tyler Bozek scored power-play goals as the Toronto Maple Leafs opened the lockout-shortened NHL season with a 2-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens.
The Maple Leafs went 2 for 5 with the man-advantage and held Montreal to 1 for 5 on Brian Gionta's goal -- and that was the difference in a sloppily played game by both clubs.
Panthers 5, Hurricanes 1
SUNRISE, Fla. -- Not long after the Florida Panthers paid tribute to their past, Jonathan Huberdeau offered a glimpse of their future.
Huberdeau's first NHL shot resulted in his first NHL goal and opened an early Florida scoring barrage, as the Panthers unfurled their Southeast Division championship banner and went on to ease past the Carolina Panthers, 5-1.
Blues 6, Red Wings 0.
ST. LOUIS -- Rookie Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice in his NHL debut and Chris Stewart also had a pair of goals to help the St. Louis Blues manhandle the Detroit Red Wings 6-0 in their season opener.
Stars 4, Coyotes 3
DALLAS -- Jaromir Jagr scored two goals and assisted on the game-winner in his Dallas debut, and the Stars opened the shortened season with a 4-3 victory against the Phoenix Coyotes.
Jagr, the NHL's active leader in goals, assists and points, had a hand in all four goals for Dallas.
Blue Jackets 3, Predators 2
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Derick Brassard scored in the sixth round of a shootout, and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat the Nashville Predators 3-2 for their fifth win to start a season and a very rare win over their Central Division foe.
Columbus had not won an opener since Oct. 3, 2009, against Minnesota, and the Blue Jackets had won only once in Nashville in the previous 20 games.
They needed overtime to do that 4-3 on Nov. 19, 2011.