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Saturday’s NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Saturday’s NHL games:

Canadiens 2 at Senators 3 (OT)

First Period

1. Ottawa, Kovalev 14 (Kuba, Karlsson) 17:21

Penalties – O’Byrne Mtl (charging) 18:27, Michalek Ott (roughing) 18:27.

Second Period

2. Ottawa, Spezza 9 (Kuba, Kovalev) 11:37 (pp)

3. Montreal, Pouliot 13 (Plekanec, Cammalleri) 15:12 (pp)

Penalties – Gill Mtl (high sticking) 10:52, Carkner Ott (hooking) 14:15.

Third Period

4. Montreal, Gionta 14 (Markov, Plekanec) 17:15 (pp)

Penalties – Hamrlik Mtl (holding) 6:09, Kelly Ott (high sticking) 15:58.

Overtime

5. Ottawa, Fisher 19 (Karlsson) 3:33

Penalties – Gill Mtl (tripping) 2:17, Spezza Ott (interference) 3:12.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 11 12 6 0-29

Ottawa 11 12 9 5-37

Goal – Montreal: Halak (L,14-8-2); Ottawa: Elliott (W,17-11-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Montreal: 2-2; Ottawa: 1-3.

Referees – Wes McCauley, Tim Peel. Linesmen – Steve Barton, Scott Cherrey.

Attendance – 20,500 (19,153).

Canucks 5 at Maple Leafs 3

First Period

1. Toronto, Kessel 16 (Stajan, Gunnarsson) 0:52

2. Toronto, Kessel 17 (Stajan, Ponikarovsky) 3:49 (pp)

3. Toronto, Mayers 2 (Ponikarovsky, Beauchemin) 19:55

Penalties – Kesler Vcr (tripping) 2:00, Hordichuk Vcr, Orr Tor (fighting) 4:22, Beauchemin Tor (interference) 6:16, Rosehill Tor (tripping) 15:51, Hagman Tor (hooking) 16:28.

Second Period

4. Vancouver, Burrows 24, 9:29 (sh)

Penalties – Kesler Vcr (tripping) 2:00, Hordichuk Vcr, Orr Tor (fighting) 4:22, Beauchemin Tor (interference) 6:16, Rosehill Tor (tripping) 15:51, Hagman Tor (hooking) 16:28.

Third Period

5. Vancouver, D.Sedin 15 (Burrows, Ehrhoff) 3:27

6. Vancouver, H.Sedin 25 (Burrows, D.Sedin) 5:32

7. Vancouver, D.Sedin 16 (H.Sedin) 17:56

8. Vancouver, Burrows 25 (Raymond, Kesler) 19:22 (en)

Penalties – Primeau Tor (hooking) 12:47, Ehrhoff Vcr (high-sticking) 15:06, Rosehill Tor (roughing, misconduct) 19:39.

Shots on goal by

Vancouver 14 9 13-36

Toronto  8 3 10-21

Goal (shots-saves) – Vancouver: Luongo (8-5), Raycroft (W,5-3-0)(start second)(13-13); Toronto: Toskala (L,7-12-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Vancouver: 0-6; Toronto: 1-5.

Referees – Francois St. Laurent, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen – Ryan Galloway, Pierre Champoux.

Attendance – 19,534 (18,819).

Oilers 1 at Flames 6

First Period

1. Calgary, Boyd 7 (Iginla, Backlund) 3:45

2. Edmonton, Gagner 13 (O’Sullivan, Grebeshkov) 12:25 (pp)

3. Calgary, Bourque 18 (Bouwmeester, Iginla) 13:20

Penalties – Horcoff Edm, Giordano Cal (fighting), Boyd Cal (tripping) 10:35, Backlund Cal (tripping) 18:30.

Second Period

4. Calgary, Boyd 8, 6:48

5. Calgary, Phaneuf 10 (Lundmark, Jokinen) 7:32

6. Calgary, Iginla 23 (Giordano, Jokinen) 15:13 (pp)

Penalties – McGrattan Cal (misconduct) 12:40, Cogliano Cal (interference) 13:21, Souray Edm (roughing) 13:40, Bouwmeester Cal (hooking) 17:35, Calgary bench (too many men; served by Backlund) 19:50.

Third Period

7. Calgary, Iginla 24 (Boyd, Bouwmeester) 9:40.

Penalties – Souray Edm, Iginla Cal (fighting) 3:08, Bouwmeester Cal (hooking) 5:22, Potulny Edm (high-sticking) 16:52.

Shots on goal by

Edmonton 10 9 9-28

Calgary  9 14 7-30 Goal – Edmonton: Dubnyk (L,0-6-1); Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,24-16-8).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Edmonton: 1-5; Calgary: 1-3.

Referees – Brad Meier, Dan O’Halloran. Linesmen – Mike Cvik, Andy McElman.

Attendance – 19,289 (19,289).

Islanders 1 at Flyers 2

First Period

1. Philadelphia, Briere 18 (Powe, Carter) 8:22

2. Philadelphia, Hartnell 12 (Richards, Gagne) 17:12 (pp)

Penalties – Sutton NYI (cross-checking) 4:24, Bergenheim NYI (high-sticking) 16:29.

Second Period

3. N.Y. Islanders, Bailey 13 (Okposo, Schremp) 14:44

Penalties – Pronger Pha (slashing) 9:19, Park NYI (hooking) 11:29, Hartnell Pha (goaltender interference) 12:38, Weight NYI (slashing) 16:09, Sutton NYI (roughing), Hartnell Pha (cross-checking, roughing) 17:34.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties – Meyer NYI (boarding) 0:38, Carcillo Pha (goaltender interference) 3:40, Weight NYI (holding) 14:13, Carter Pha (cross-checking) 20:00.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Islanders 10 12 10-32

Philadelphia 16 10 6-32

Goal – N.Y. Islanders: Roloson (L,19-10-6); Philadelphia: Emery (W,15-11-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) – N.Y. Islanders: 0-4; Philadelphia: 1-6.

Referees – Kerry Fraser, Rob Martell. Linesmen – Greg Devorski, Mark Pare.

Attendance – 19,787 (19,537).

Kings 3 at Bruins 2 (SO)

First Period

1. Los Angeles, Brown 13 (Kopitar, Stoll) 12:06 (pp)

Penalties – Doughty LA (hooking) 0:39, Smyth LA (tripping) 8:06, Lucic Bos (cross-checking) 11:47, Stuart Bos (slashing) 13:51.

Second Period

2. Boston, Sturm 16 (Savard) 15:16 (pp)

Penalties – Simmonds LA (instigator, unsportsmanlike conduct, fighting; served by Segal), Stuart Bos (fighting) 4:58, Thomas Bos (high-sticking; served by Ryder) 5:27, Scuderi LA (cross-checking) 8:29, Segal LA (delay of game) 15:08, Savard Bos (hooking) 16:35, Parse LA (tripping) 19:39.

Third Period

3. Boston, Recchi 10 (Krejci) 1:20 (pp)

4. Los Angeles, Kopitar 23 (Handzus, R.Jones) 4:29 (pp)

Penalty – Krejci Bos (hooking) 2:38.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties – None.

Shootout

Los Angeles wins 3-2

Los Angeles (3) – Kopitar, goal; Brown, miss; Handzus, miss; Smyth, goal; Moller, miss; Stoll, goal.

Boston (2) – Chara, miss; Wheeler, miss; Ryder, goal; Savard, goal; Bergeron, miss; Recchi, miss.

Shots on goal by

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Los Angeles 10 7 10 2-29

Boston 7 13 9 4-33

Goal – Los Angeles: Quick (W,30-16-3); Boston: Thomas (L,13-14-7).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Los Angeles: 2-4; Boston: 2-7.

Referees – Don Van Massenhoven, Eric Furlatt. Linesmen – David Brisebois, Jonny Murray.

Attendance – 17,565 (17,565).

Blackhawks 2 at Hurricanes 4

First Period

1. Carolina, Samsonov 11 (Kostopoulos, Alberts) 19:50

Penalties – Jokinen Car (high-sticking) 15:13, Byfuglien Chi (interference) 15:20.

Second Period

2. Chicago, Hossa 15 (Sharp, Ladd) 6:46

3. Carolina, Jokinen 17 (Staal, Alberts) 17:53

Penalty – Hossa Chi (hooking) 8:30.

Third Period

4. Chicago, Ladd 11 (Hossa) 7:43

5. Carolina, Sutter 13 (LaRose, Tlusty) 9:08

6. Carolina, Mat.Cullen 11 (Kostopoulos, Samsonov) 9:34

Penalties – Wallin Car (tripping) 5:17, Wallin Car (holding) 18:04.

Shots on goal by

Chicago 10 16 15-41

Carolina 10 6 8-24

Goal – Chicago: Huet (L,24-10-3); Carolina: C.Ward (W,14-19-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Chicago: 0-3; Carolina: 0-2.

Referees – Dan Marouelli, Steve Kozari. Linesmen – Derek Amell, Shane Heyer.

Attendance – 6,896 (18,680).

Blue Jackets 3 at Blues 2 (OT)

First Period

1. Columbus, Dorsett 2 (Modin, Roy) 4:09

2. St. Louis, Backes 11 (Oshie, Perron) 19:58 (pp)

Penalty – Brassard Clb (holding) 19:34.

Second Period

3. Columbus, Tyutin 3 (Nash, Umberger) 18:36 (pp)

Penalties – Boll Clb (fighting), Winchester StL (instigator, fighting, misconduct; served by Tkachuk) 3:10, Commodore Clb, Jackman StL (roughing), Nash Clb (interference) 7:43, Tkachuk StL (high-sticking) 11:36, Hejda Clb (holding) 14:43, St. Louis bench (too many men; served by Tkachuk) 16:50, Polak StL (roughing) 17:58.

Third Period

4. St. Louis, McDonald 17 (Johnson, Brewer) 18:25 (pp)

Penalties – Boyes StL (high-sticking) 13:40, Nash Clb (interference) 17:09.

Overtime

5. Columbus, Russell 6 (Brassard, Methot) 1:32

Penalties – None.

Shots on goal by

Columbus 5 9 4 1-19

St. Louis 10 3 12 2-27

Goal – Columbus: Garon (W,9-8-3); St. Louis: C.Mason (L,16-15-8).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Columbus: 1-5; St. Louis: 2-4.

Referees – Dan O’Rourke, Greg Kimmerly. Linesmen – Michel Cormier, Brian Murphy.

Attendance – 19,150 (19,150).

Thrashers 3 at Predators 4

First Period

1. Nashville, Ward 9 (Erat, Hamhuis) 3:59

2. Nashville, Smithson 7 (Spaling, Tootoo) 9:27

3. Atlanta, Little 7 (White, Antropov) 13:57 (pp)

Penalty – Bouillon Nash (holding) 13:50.

Second Period

4. Nashville, Erat 18 (Ward, Suter) 11:12

5. Atlanta, Thorburn 4 (Reasoner) 12:23 (sh)

6. Atlanta, Little 8 (Kovalchuk, Antropov) 15:03

Penalties – Valabik Atl (interference) 2:39, Thorburn Atl (tripping) 3:15, Slater Atl, Sullivan Nash (roughing) 6:55, Enstrom Atl (holding) 11:59.

Third Period

7. Nashville, Arnott 13 (Franson, Sullivan) 0:07

Penalties – Suter Nash (hooking) 1:18, Arnott Nash (holding) 8:54, Valabik Atl (tripping), Arnott Nash (interference) 11:47.

Shots on goal by

Atlanta 10 6 10-26

Nashville 10 11 10-31

Goal – Atlanta: Hedberg (L,12-9-4); Nashville: Rinne (W,19-10-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Atlanta: 1-3; Nashville: 0-3.

Referees – Paul Devorski, Brad Watson. Linesmen – Scott Driscoll, Don Henderson.

Attendance – 16,646 (17,113).

Rangers 2 at Coyotes 3

First Period

1. Phoenix, Doan 17 (Pyatt, Fiddler) 6:06

2. Phoenix, Boedker 1 (Lang, Pyatt) 6:47

3. Phoenix, Lepisto 1 (Fiddler, Winnik) 14:13

Penalty – Girardi NYR (tripping) 3:40.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties – Korpikoski Pho (tripping) 1:28, Drury NYR (slashing) 6:34, Gaborik NYR (boarding) 9:07, Rozsival NYR (interference) 13:52, Rozsival NYR (slashing) 17:38, Prucha Pho (hooking) 17:59.

Third Period

4. N.Y. Rangers, Gaborik 30 (Christensen) 9:42

5. N.Y. Rangers, Avery 6 (Dubinsky) 11:50

Penalties – Christensen NYR (hooking) 3:44, Pyatt Pho (hooking) 13:48, Rozsival NYR (high-sticking) 18:05.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Rangers 4 10 12-26

Phoenix 10 11 3-24

Goal – N.Y. Rangers: Johnson (L,0-2-1); Phoenix: LaBarbera (W,4-4-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) – N.Y. Rangers: 0-3; Phoenix: 0-7.

Referees – Stephane Auger, Chris Lee. Linesmen – Lonnie Cameron, Tim Nowak.

Attendance – 16,687 (17,125).

Wild 2 at Sharks 5

First Period

1. Minnesota, Nolan 13 (Latendresse, Belanger) 6:25 (pp)

2. San Jose, Demers 3 (Clowe, Malhotra) 11:30 (pp)

3. Minnesota, Clutterbuck 10 (Brodziak, Brunette) 19:42 (pp)

Penalties – Koivu Minn (high-sticking) 0:55, Setoguchi SJ (delay of game) 5:02, Havlat Minn (tripping) 9:34, Nichol SJ (holding) 17:47.

Second Period

4. San Jose, Demers 4, 3:15 (pp)

5. San Jose, Pavelski 15 (Marleau, Heatley) 16:57 (pp)

Penalties – Belanger Minn (goaltender interference) 1:40, Huskins SJ (slashing) 8:26, Zidlicky Minn (slashing) 15:33.

Third Period

6. San Jose, Marleau 36 (Pavelski, Thornton) 13:14 (pp)

7. San Jose, Marleau 37 (Heatley, Murray) 16:25

Penalties – Heatley SJ (high-sticking) 1:32, Brodziak Minn (cross-checking) 6:03, Thornton SJ (high-sticking) 10:41, Earl Minn (interference) 13:07, Johnsson Minn (tripping) 14:01.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 10 17 11-38

San Jose 13 12 11-36

Goal – Minnesota: Harding (L,5-8-0); San Jose: Nabokov (W,31-7-9).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Minnesota: 2-5; San Jose: 4-7.

Referees – Gord Dwyer, Marc Joannette. Linesmen – Derek Nansen, Anthony Sericolo.

Attendance – 17,562 (17,496).