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Thursday’s NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Thursday’s NHL games:

Canadiens 5 at Bruins 2

First Period

1. Montreal, Plekanec 14 (A.Kostitsyn, Kovalev) 10:36 (pp)

2. Montreal, Lapierre 2 (Higgins, Ryder) 11:30

Penalties – Kobasew Bos (boarding) 1:59, Sturm Bos (elbowing) 9:22, Sturm Bos (holding) 14:12, Latendresse Mtl (hooking) 15:17, Savard Bos (holding) 17:07, Kovalev Mtl (holding) 18:34.

Second Period

3. Montreal, Kovalev 19 (Streit, Plekanec) 13:18 (pp)

4. Boston, Ward 3 (Kessel, Savard) 14:41

Penalties – Schaefer Bos (elbowing) 3:36, Hamrlik Mtl, Koivu Mtl, Ference Bos (roughing), Thornton Bos (double roughing) 11:48.

Third Period

5. Boston, Lucic 4 (Schaefer, Krejci) 2:01

6. Montreal, Dandenault 5 (Gorges) 11:56

7. Montreal, Dandenault 6 (Streit, Smolinski) 18:49

Penalty – Koivu Mtl (tripping) 9:15.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 13 10 10-33

Boston 9 6 10-25

Goal – Montreal: Huet (W,13-6-5); Boston: Thomas (L,13-11-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Montreal: 2-6; Boston: 0-3.

Referees – Dennis LaRue, Dan Marouelli. Linesmen – Steve Barton, Brian Murphy.

Attendance – 17,565 (17,565).

Sabres 2 at Senators 3 (SO)

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties – Kalinin Buf (tripping) 2:39, Gaustad Buf, Neil Ott (fighting) 16:45, MacArthur Buf (tripping) 17:06.

Second Period

1. Ottawa, Donovan 5 (Kelly, Vermette) 0:24

2. Ottawa, Alfredsson 26 (Fisher, Volchenkov) 17:08 (sh)

Penalties – Bass Ott (tripping) 3:02, Stafford Buf (high-sticking) 11:56, Stafford Buf (holding) 14:21, Schubert Ott (high-sticking) 16:41.

Third Period

3. Buffalo, MacArthur 5 (Pominville, Tallinder) 1:38

4. Buffalo, Paille 6 (Gaustad, Kotalik) 12:52

Penalties – Lydman Buf (holding) 3:22, Lydman Buf (hooking) 7:03, Meszaros Ott (high-sticking) 12:52.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties – None.

Shootout

Ottawa wins 2-1

Buffalo (1) – Kotalik, miss; Stafford, miss; Pominville, miss; Vanek, goal; MacArthur, miss; Hecht, miss.

Ottawa (2) – Alfredsson, miss; Vermette, miss; Spezza, miss; Fisher, goal; Heatley, miss; McAmmond, goal.

Shots on goal by

Buffalo 6 5 12 1-24

Ottawa 8 9 7 1-25

Goal – Buffalo: Thibault (L,2-3-1); Ottawa: Gerber (W,20-6-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Buffalo: 0-4; Ottawa: 0-6.

Referees – Gord Dwyer, Mike Hasenfratz. Linesmen – Jean Morin, Tony Sericolo.

Attendance – 19,843 (19,153).

Coyotes 2 at Oilers 5

First Period

1. Edmonton, Moreau 3 (Pisani) 1:47

2. Edmonton, Brodziak 6 (Nilsson, Grebeshkov) 2:15

3. Edmonton, Souray 3 (Stoll, Horcoff) 9:46 (pp)

Missed penalty shot – Doan Pho, 18:54.

Penalties – Ballard Pho (hooking) 5:25, Boynton Pho (cross-checking, roughing, cross-checking), Stortini Edm (roughing) 9:09, Tarnstrom Edm (slashing) 10:48, Perrault Pho (high-sticking) 18:13, Souray Edm (slashing major), Souray Edm (game misconduct) 18:54.

Second Period

4. Edmonton, Nilsson 4 (Brodziak) 9:28

5. Phoenix, Ballard 4 (Mueller, Doan) 16:36

6. Edmonton, Grebeshkov 1 (Horcoff, Hemsky) 18:19

Penalties – Perrault Pho (holding) 11:57, Perrault Pho, Gagner Edm (roughing) 17:36.

Third Period

7. Phoenix. Boynton 2 (Doan, Perrault) 6:36

Penalties – Horcoff Edm (slashing) 13:38, Stortini Edm (double roughing), Stortini Edm (misconduct) 19:30.

Shots on goal by

Phoenix 13 10 8-31 Edmonton 10 11 12-33

Goal (shots-saves) – Phoenix: Bryzgalov (L,15-12-2)(15-11), Tellqvist (9:28 second, 18-17); Edmonton: Garon (W,13-9-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Phoenix: 0-4; Edmonton: 1-5.

Referees – Kerry Fraser, Brad Meier. Linesmen – Ryan Galloway, Derek Nansen.

Attendance – 16,839 (16,839).

Maple Leafs 2 at Kings 5

First Period

1. Los Angeles, Calder 6 (Handzus, Willsie) 2:44

2. Los Angeles, Brown 21 (O’Sullivan, Kopitar) 13:52 (pp)

3. Los Angeles, Frolov 8 (Nagy, Armstrong) 17:32

4. Los Angeles, Brown 22 (Visnovsky, R.Blake) 19:06 (pp)

Penalties – Kaberle Tor (holding) 12:30, Modry LA (high-sticking) 14:45, Wozniewski Tor (delay of game) 18:25.

Second Period

5. Los Angeles, R.Blake 4 (Frolov) 6:41

6. Toronto, Antropov 16 (White, Stralman) 15:08 (pp)

Penalties – Ponikarovsky Tor (boarding) 3:08, Giuliano LA (hooking) 13:14, Johnson LA (interference) 16:50, R.Blake LA (holding) 17:30, Ponikarovsky Tor (tripping) 19:38.

Third Period

7. Toronto, Tucker 5 (Wellwood, Wozniewski) 11:41

Penalties – Johnson LA (slashing) 4:43, Kubina Tor (holding) 7:43, Kilger Tor (hooking) 14:38, Kopitar LA (hooking) 15:36.

Shots on goal by

Toronto 6 19 25-50

Los Angeles 11 6 7-24

Goal (shots-saves) – Toronto: Raycroft (L,2-7-4)(11-7), Toskala (0:00 second, 13-12); Los Angeles: LaBarbera (W,9-16-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Toronto: 1-6; Los Angeles: 2-6.

Referees – Chris Rooney, Rob Shick. Linesmen – Derek Amell, Mike Cvik.

Attendance – 18,118 (18,118).

Canucks 1 at Sharks 3

First Period

1. San Jose, Rivet 4 (Grier, Thornton) 14:08

Penalties – H.Sedin Vcr (hooking) 1:34, Marleau SJ (cross-checking) 15:09, Rivet SJ (slashing) 16:13.

Second Period

2. San Jose, Roenick 8 (Rivet, Thornton) 5:06 (pp)

Penalties – Krajicek Vcr (hooking) 3:42, Edler Vcr (holding) 9:08, Cowan Vcr (high-sticking) 12:23, H.Sedin Vcr (hooking) 19:22.

Third Period

3. San Jose, Michalek 14 (Bernier, Thornton) 6:15 (pp)

4. Vancouver, Kesler 11 (Burrows, Cooke) 12:25

Penalties – Miller Vcr (holding) 5:45, Jaffray Vcr (high-sticking) 13:57.

Shots on goal by

Vancouver 3 9 9-21

San Jose 7 14 10-31

Goal – Vancouver: Luongo (L,20-13-3); San Jose: Nabokov (W,24-12-6).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Vancouver: 0-2; San Jose: 2-7.

Referees – Paul Devorski, Chris Lee. Linesmen – Lonnie Cameron, Shane Heyer.

Attendance – 17,496 (17,496).

Flyers 6 at Rangers 2

First Period

1. N.Y. Rangers, Hollweg 1 (Betts, Girardi) 4:43

2. N.Y. Rangers, Hollweg 2 (Girardi) 7:42

Penalties – Knuble Pha (delay of game) 1:56, Ruzicka Pha (hooking) 9:22, Jagr NYR (hooking) 10:01, Hatcher Pha (roughing) 13:13, Dubinsky NYR (holding) 18:20, Betts NYR (delay of game) 19:36, Drury NYR (broken stick) 19:45.

Second Period

3. Philadelphia, Knuble 12 (Richards, Briere) 0:40 (pp)

4. Philadelphia, Ruzicka 1 (Dowd, Timonen) 8:45

5. Philadelphia, Hartnell 8 (Downie, Richards) 10:42

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Penalties – Vandermeer Pha (holding) 15:37, Rozsival NYR (hooking) 19:54.

Third Period

6. Philadelphia, Hartnell 9 (Carter, Umberger) 1:54 (pp)

7. Philadelphia, Hartnell 10 (Downie) 8:49

8. Philadelphia, S.Gagne 5 (Briere, Richards) 15:00 (pp)

Penalties – Downie Pha (elbowing) 2:48, Mara NYR (holding) 11:10, Jagr NYR (hooking) 13:38, Downie Pha (hooking) 15:36, Dowd Pha (slashing) 19:05.

Shots on goal by

Philadelphia 12 10 8-30

N.Y. Rangers 18 6 17-41

Goal – Philadelphia: Niittymaki (W,7-4-0); N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (L,18-16-4).

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

Referees – Steve Kozari, Brad Watson. Linesmen – Scott Cherrey, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance – 18,200 (18,200).

Devils 4 at Hurricanes 1

First Period

1. New Jersey, Zajac 8 (Langenbrunner, Parise) 12:24 (pp)

Penalties – Brind’Amour Car (hooking) 4:46, Ward Car (tripping; served by Samsonov) 10:36, Clarkson NJ, Commodore Car (unsportsmanlike conduct) 13:16, Clarkson NJ (roughing, fighting), Commodore Car (fighting) 20:00.

Second Period

2. Carolina, Aucoin 1 (Seidenberg, Adams) 2:41

3. New Jersey, Elias 10 (Langenbrunner, Parise) 17:59

Penalties – Pelley NJ (interference) 11:07, Commodore Car (interference) 13:58.

Third Period

4. New Jersey, Gionta 13 (Greene, Zajac) 12:54 (pp)

5. New Jersey, Brylin 4 (Madden, Martin) 18:08

Penalties – Brind’Amour Car (high-sticking) 10:35, Seidenberg Car (boarding) 11:30.

Shots on goal by

New Jersey 9 7 8-24

Carolina 6 9 6-21

Goal – New Jersey: Brodeur (W,23-13-2); Carolina: Ward (L,17-13-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) – New Jersey: 2-5; Carolina: 0-2.

Referees – Dan O’Halloran, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen – Darren Gibbs, Brian Mach.

Attendance – 17,173 (18,730).

Panthers 3 at Thrashers 2 (SO)

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties – Booth Fla (hooking) 2:57, Allen Fla (delay of game) 8:42, Larsen Atl (interference) 14:51.

Second Period

1. Atlanta, Holik 7 (Kozlov, Dupuis) 15:35

Penalties – Popovic Atl (holding stick) 2:21, Atlanta bench (too many men; served by Kovalchuk) 5:33, Dvorak Fla (high-sticking) 8:02, Enstrom Atl (holding) 11:35, Weiss Fla (goaltender interference) 12:48.

Third Period

2. Florida, Olesz 6 (Montador) 6:38

3. Atlanta, Kovalchuk 36 (Recchi, White) 9:09

4. Florida, Kreps 4 (Olesz, McLean) 12:54

Penalties – None.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties – None.

Shootout

Florida wins 2-1

Florida (2) – Horton, goal; Weiss, miss; Jokinen, goal.

Atlanta (1) – Kozlov, goal; Hossa, miss; Kovalchuk, miss.

Shots on goal by

Florida 15 10 12 3-40

Atlanta 7 10 9 2-28

Goal – Florida: Vokoun (W,19-17-2); Atlanta: Lehtonen (L,7-10-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Florida: 0-4; Atlanta: 0-4.

Referees – Don Koharski, Ian Walsh. Linesmen – Brad Kovachik, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance – 14,805 (18,545).

Penguins 4 at Lightning 1

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties – St. Louis TB (tripping) 0:33, Whitney Pgh (tripping) 6:59.

Second Period

1. Tampa Bay, Ranger 8 (Darche, Richards) 4:11

2. Pittsburgh, Staal 4 (Sykora, Letang) 12:11 (pp)

3. Pittsburgh, Staal 5 (Sykora, Malone) 14:33

Penalties – Ranger TB (cross-checking) 11:37, Laraque Pgh (tripping) 17:19.

Third Period

4. Pittsburgh, Malone 10 (Sykora, Staal) 17:21

5. Pittsburgh, Malkin 20 (Gonchar) 19:48 (en)

Penalties – Talbot Pgh (double high-sticking) 1:28.

Shots on goal by

Pittsburgh 8 10 11-29

Tampa Bay 13 9 14-36

Goal – Pittsburgh: Conklin (W,9-0-0); Tampa Bay: Ramo (L,2-5-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Pittsburgh: 1-2; Tampa Bay: 0-4.

Referees – Mick McGeough, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen – David Brisebois, Thor Nelson.

Attendance – 20,426 (19,758).

Wild 6 at Red Wings 5 (SO)

First Period

1. Minnesota, Skoula 2 (Gaborik) 4:04

2. Detroit, Zetterberg 27 (Lebda, Cleary) 5:07

3. Minnesota, Gaborik 22 (Belanger, Parrish) 18:28

4. Minnesota, Fedoruk 1 (Foy, Sheppard) 18:43

5. Detroit, Filppula 14 (Datsyuk, Rafalski) 19:32

Penalties – Kopecky Det (hooking) 12:44, Burns Min (cross-checking) 15:31.

Second Period

6. Minnesota, Foy 3 (Sheppard, Johnsson) 3:00

7. Detroit, Drake 2, 7:32 (sh)

8. Detroit, Kronwall 3 (Franzen, Cleary) 8:38

Penalties – Rolston Min (holding) 4:59, Cleary Det (roughing) 6:01, Fedoruk Min (slashing) 10:22, Fedoruk Min (hooking) 12:57, Samuelsson Det (interference) 18:14.

Third Period

9. Detroit, Cleary 16 (Hudler, Zetterberg) 18:52

10. Minnesota, Belanger 11 (Gaborik, Parrish) 19:11

Penalty – K.Foster Min (slashing) 13:51.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties – None.

Shootout

Minnesota wins 2-1

Minnesota (2) – Demitra, miss; Rolston, goal; Gaborik, goal.

Detroit (1) – Datsyuk, miss; Zetterberg, miss; Hudler, goal.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 8 9 8 3-28

Detroit  13 15 16 2-46

Goal (shots-saves) – Minnesota: Backstrom (19-15), Harding (W,8-8-1)(8:39 second)(27-26); Detroit: Osgood (L,19-2-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Minnesota: 0-3; Detroit: 0-5.

Referees – Eric Furlatt, Wes McCauley. Linesmen – Scott Driscoll, Jonny Murray.

Attendance – 17,848 (20,066).

Stars 2 at Blues 4

First Period

1. St. Louis, Boyes 22 (Brewer, Kariya) 8:01

2. St. Louis, Kariya 12 (McKee) 14:22

Penalties – Zubov Dal (hooking) 5:59, Backman StL (hooking) 11:46, Backman StL (hooking) 15:11, Niskanen Dal (interference) 17:32.

Second Period

3. Dallas, Ribeiro 22 (Daley, Miettinen) 3:46

4. St. Louis, Tkachuk 11 (Kariya, Mayers) 9:35

5. St. Louis, Boyes 23 (Perron) 12:27

Penalties – Barch Dal, King StL (fighting) 13:52, Robidas Dal (holding) 14:38, Robidas Dal (boarding) 18:41.

Third Period

6. Dallas, Miettinen 10 (Ribeiro, Modano) 18:29 (pp)

Penalties – Stempniak StL (goaltender interference) 5:57, Mayers StL (charging) 16:42, St. Louis bench (too many men; served by Backes) 17:50.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 7 10 10-27

St. Louis 6 10 10-26

Goal – Dallas: Smith (L,8-8-0); St. Louis: Legace (W,17-10-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Dallas: 1-5; St. Louis: 0-4.

Referees – Dave Jackson, Rob Martell. Linesmen – Greg Devorski, Andy McElman.

Attendance – 16,805 (19,022).