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56th NHL All-Star Game summary

ATLANTA - 56th NHL all-star game Sunday night:

West 7 vs. East 8

First Period

1. West, Nash 1, 0:12

2. East, Staal 1 (Campbell, Malkin) 1:20

3. East, Markov 1 (Richards, Hossa) 9:43

4. East, Ovechkin 1 (Spezza, St. Louis) 13:35

5. East, Campbell 1 (Malkin, Lecavalier) 15:10

6. East, Ovechkin 2 (St. Louis, Spezza) 17:49

Penalties - None.

Second Period

7. West, Nash 2 (Datsyuk), 9:34

8. West, Niedermayer 1 (Thornton, Sedin) 15:08

Penalties - None.

Third Period

9. West, Getzlaf 1 (Jovanovski) 0:41

10. West, Nash 3 (Iginla) 1:56

11. East, Hossa 1 (Gomez, Chara) 4:08

12. West, Phaneuf 1 (Getzlaf, Arnott) 5:07

13. West, Gaborik 1 (Sedin) 10:57

14. East, Staal 2 (Kovalchuk, Savard) 12:35

15. East, Savard 1 (Campbell, Staal) 19:39

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

West 13 20 18-51

East 16 8 9-33

Goal (shots-saves) - West: Osgood (16-11), Nabokov (0:00 second, 8-8), Legace (L,0-1-0)(0:00 third, 9-6); East: DiPietro (13-12), Vokoun (0:00 second, 20-18), Thomas (W,1-0-0)(0:00 third, 18-14).

Power plays (goals-chances) - West: 0-0; East: 0-0.

Referees - Rob Martell, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Pat Dapuzzo, Lyle Seitz.

Attendance - 18,644 (18,545).

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