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Sunday’s NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Sunday’s NHL games:

Bruins 3 at Canadiens 0

First Period

1. Boston, McQuaid 1 (Savard) 17:32

2. Boston, Sturm 17 (Bergeron, Chara) 19:56

Penalties – Sturm Bos, Gomez Mtl (roughing) 0:39, Wheeler Bos, O’Byrne Mtl (fighting) 12:17.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalty – Morris Bos (tripping) 12:39.

Third Period

3. Boston, Sturm 18 (Bergeron) 9:49

Penalties – None.

Shots on goal by

Boston 13 3 11-27

Montreal 10 15 11-36

Goal – Boston: Rask (W,11-7-4); Montreal: Halak (L,17-9-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Boston: 0-0; Montreal: 0-1.

Referees – Marc Joannette, Brad Meier. Linesmen – Jean Morin, Thor Nelson.

Attendance – 21,273 (21,273).

Penguins 4 at Capitals 5 (OT)

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Crosby 38, 6:59

2. Pittsburgh, Crosby 39 (Malkin, Goligoski) 9:59 (pp)

Penalties – Laich Wash (interference) 9:05, Kunitz Pgh (goaltender interference) 10:55, Eaton Pgh (holding) 13:59, Adams Pgh (fighting), Knuble Wash (instigator, fighting, misconduct) 15:51.

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Second Period

3. Washington, Ovechkin 40 (Schultz) 9:01

4. Pittsburgh, Staal 15 (Kennedy, Cooke) 11:43

5. Pittsburgh, Staal 16 (Malkin) 13:07

6. Washington, Fehr 15 (Morrison) 17:12

Penalties – Gonchar Pgh (holding) 0:57, Semin Wash (hooking) 6:02, Kennedy Pgh, Backstrom Wash (misconduct), Letang Pgh, Ovechkin Wash (roughing) 11:43, Semin Wash (high-sticking) 18:37, Poti Wash (interference) 19:37.

Third Period

7. Washington, Ovechkin 41 (Poti, Backstrom) 6:51

8. Washington, Ovechkin 42 (Knuble, Backstrom) 11:06

Penalty – Schultz Wash (slashing) 15:52.

Overtime

9. Washington, Knuble 21 (Ovechkin, Green) 2:49 (pp)

Penalties – Orpik Pgh (high-sticking) 2:26, Orpik Pgh (game misconduct) 2:49.

Shots on goal by

Pittsburgh 9 15 11 0-35

Washington 15 4 11 4-34

Goal – Pittsburgh: Fleury (L,28-16-2); Washington: Theodore (W,20-7-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Pittsburgh: 1-6; Washington: 1-4.

Referees – Frederick L’Ecuyer, Tim Peel. Linesmen – Tim Nowak, Brian Murphy.

Attendance – 18,277 (18,277).