Pens Hornqvist strikes twice in second period ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA - Ben Lovejoys emotion-filled week ended with a satisfying victory by his new team against the club that traded him back to his old stomping grounds four days earlier.Patric Hornqvist scored twice in the second period, and the Pittsburgh Penguins also got goals from Evgeni Malkin, Blake Comeau and Sidney Crosby in a 5-2 victory over the league-leading Anaheim Ducks on Friday night.The game actually was a homecoming for three ex-Ducks, including Chris Kunitz and Daniel Winnik. Lovejoy, traded on Monday for Simon Despres, couldnt keep his voice from cracking several times while answering postgame questions.That was awesome. The boys really rallied around me, said the seven-year veteran defenseman, who spent his first four-plus seasons in the Steel City before he was traded to Anaheim in February 2013.Anaheim was such a special place for me, Lovejoy said. This morning I took an Uber to the rink from my old house in Newport (Beach), and I got a little emotional . . . the driver was a bit weirded out. But I felt like I got it all out then, and I was able to come in here with so much energy and adrenaline.Thomas Greiss made 27 saves, improving to 8-3-3 and helping Pittsburgh win for the fifth time in six games. The Penguins lost 3-1 at Columbus in the opener of a four-game road trip.Nobody was happy about our game against Colorado, so everybody wanted to show each other how good we can play, Hornqvist said.We came out of the gates good, and I think we had the momentum almost the whole game.Crosby scored into an empty net with 10.3 seconds remaining. The Penguins are 6-0 when he and Malkin both have goals.Tomas Fleischmann and Corey Perry scored third-period goals for the Ducks, who had won seven of their previous eight games. Frederik Andersen stopped 16 shots in his first career start against Pittsburgh, and his second start after missing three weeks because of a neck injury.Wild 3, Hurricanes 1In Raleigh, North Carolina, Mikael Granlund and Zach Parise scored in a two-minute span of the third period as Minnesota won its fifth game in a row.Senators 3, Sabres 2In Ottawa, Mika Zibanejad and Mark Stone scored third-period goals against Buffalo.Blue Jackets 3, Devils 2In Newark, New Jersey, Brandon Dubinsky had a goal and an assist in his return to the lineup from a concussion, and injury-riddled Columbus snapped a seven-game losing streak.Flames 5, Red Wings 2In Detroit, Jiri Hudler scored twice against his former team. Sean Monahan, Matt Stajan and Mason Raymond also scored for Calgary, which rallied in convincing fashion after the Red Wings Justin Abdelkader scored the games first two goals.Blackhawks 2, Oilers 1 (SO)In Chicago, newcomer Antoine Vermette had the lone goal of the shootout in the third round against Edmonton.