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Thursday’s NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Thursday’s NHL games:

Sabres 4 at Senators 3 (SO)

First Period

1. Ottawa, Spezza 33, 7:35

2. Buffalo, Afinogenov 10 (Mair, Roy) 8:30

3. Buffalo, Hecht 22 (Pominville, Roy) 12:45 (pp)

Penalties – Mair Buf, Neil Ott (roughing) 6:12, Phillips Ott (interference) 10:49, Mair Buf, Neil Ott (roughing), Schubert Ott (cross-checking) 13:06.

Second Period

4. Ottawa, Fisher 22 (Vermette, Meszaros) 4:17

Penalties – Buffalo bench (too many men; served by Weber) 7:11, Roy Buf (diving), Schubert Ott (hooking) 13:40, Robitaille Ott (hooking) 13:40, Buffalo bench (too many men; served by Vanek) 19:37.

Third Period

5. Ottawa, Fisher 23 (Vermette, Meszaros) 3:58

6. Buffalo, Gaustad 10 (Stafford, Kotalik) 18:34

Penalties – Lee Ott (boarding) 2:10, Stafford Buf (interference) 3:04.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties – None.

Shootout

Buffalo wins 2-1

Ottawa (1) – Vermette, miss; Alfredsson, miss; Spezza, goal.

Buffalo (2) – Kotalik, miss; Pominville, goal; Roy, goal.

Shots on goal by

Buffalo 18 10 8 4-40

Ottawa 9 8 9 2-28

Goal – Buffalo: Miller (W,34-26-9); Ottawa: Gerber (L,29-15-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Buffalo: 1-4; Ottawa: 0-3.

Referees – Kerry Fraser, Eric Furlatt. Linesmen – Scott Driscoll, Brian Murphy.

Attendance – 20,027 (19,883).

Maple Leafs 2 at Bruins 4

First Period

1. Boston, Sturm 26 (Krejci) 16:47

Penalty – Tucker Tor (high-sticking) 18:38.

Second Period

2. Toronto, Tlusty 8 (Antropov, Sundin) 4:47

Penalties – Thornton Bos (high-sticking) 11:41, Ponikarovsky Tor (tripping) 16:52.

Third Period

3. Boston, Kessel 18 (Schaefer, Hnidy) 5:47

4. Boston, Murray 17 (Krejci, Ward) 10:54 (pp)

5. Toronto, Kubina 11 (Blake, Toskala) 15:01 (pp)

6. Boston, Schaefer 9 (Sobotka, Kessel) 15:24

Penalties – White Tor (hooking) 9:53, Krejci Bos (hooking) 13:47.

Shots on goal by

Toronto 8 18 6-32

Boston 10 11 13-34

Goal – Toronto: Toskala (L,32-24-6); Boston: Thomas (W,26-18-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Toronto: 1-2; Boston: 1-3.

Referees – Chris Lee, Rob Shick. Linesmen – Tim Nowak, Mark Pare.

Attendance – 16,659 (17,565).

Devils 2 at Rangers 3

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalty – Shanahan NYR (slashing) 15:46.

Second Period

1. N.Y. Rangers, Shanahan 23 (Gomez, Drury) 5:21 (pp)

2. New Jersey, Elias 19 (Martin, Zubrus) 11:38

3. New Jersey, Parise 31, 18:13

Penalties – Mara NYR (hooking) 0:28, White NJ (roughing) 4:07.

Third Period

4. N.Y. Rangers, Backman 3 (Gomez, Drury) 1:38 (pp)

5. N.Y. Rangers, Dawes 13 (Drury, Callahan) 16:54

Penalties – White NJ (slashing) 0:31, Langenbrunner NJ (hooking) 7:28.

Shots on goal by

New Jersey 12 13 9-34

N.Y. Rangers 8 11 12-31

Goal – New Jersey: Brodeur (L,40-26-6); N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (W,35-23-8).

Power plays (goals-chances) – New Jersey: 0-2; N.Y. Rangers: 2-3.

Referees – Don VanMassenhoven, Dan Marouelli. Linesmen – Scott Cherrey, Greg Devorski.

Attendance – 18,200 (18,200).

Islanders 1 at Penguins 3

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Malkin 45 (Ruutu, Laraque) 6:53

2. N.Y. Islanders, Vasicek 15 (Guerin, Meyer) 16:31

Penalty – Park NYI (tripping) 4:10.

Second Period

3. Pittsburgh, Ruutu 6, 15:12 (sh)

Penalties – Hossa Pgh (roughing) 0:38, Ruutu Pgh (roughing) 5:27, Satan NYI, Sykora Pgh (fighting), Tambellini NYI (slashing), Hunter NYI, Malkin Pgh (roughing) 8:35, Johnson NYI (goaltender interference) 11:33, Pittsburgh bench (too many men; served by Whitney) 13:57, Jackman NYI, Sydor Pgh (fighting), Malkin Pgh (roughing) 16:36, Davison NYI (roughing), Ruutu Pgh (holding) 18:50.

Third Period

4. Pittsburgh, Laraque 4 (Ruutu, Gill) 6:40

Penalties – Guerin NYI, Bergenheim NYI, Orpik Pgh (roughing) 3:37, Laraque Pgh (hooking) 9:22, Johnson NYI (tripping) 14:21.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Islanders 10 5 13-28

Pittsburgh 11 11 7-29

Goal – N.Y. Islanders: Dubielewicz (L,8-8-0); Pittsburgh: Fleury (W,17-9-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) – N.Y. Islanders: 0-5; Pittsburgh: 0-5.

Referees – Dave Jackson, Chris Rooney. Linesmen – Pierre Champoux, Andy McElman.

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Attendance – 17,025 (17,025).

Capitals 4 at Lightning 3 (OT)

First Period

1. Washington, Laich 20 (Fedorov) 17:58 (sh)

2. Tampa Bay, Halpern 18 (Ouellet, O’Brien) 18:40 (pp)

Penalties – Smaby TB (holding) 3:36, Backstrom Wash (hooking) 3:41, Halpern TB (interference) 14:03, Erskine Wash (hooking) 16:46.

Second Period

3. Washington, Bradley 7 (Poti, Schultz) 3:11

4. Tampa Bay, Picard 3 (Lecavalier) 6:00

Penalty – Kuba TB (delay of game) 19:25.

Third Period

5. Tampa Bay, Ouellet 17 (Darche, Boyle) 6:51

6. Washington, Semin 24 (Fedorov) 15:12

Penalties – None.

Overtime

7. Washington, Fleischmann 9 (Laich, Green) 2:27

Penalties – None.

Shots on goal by

Washington 10 8 12 2-32

Tampa Bay 6 9 8 3-26

Goal – Washington: Huet (W,28-14-6); Tampa Bay: Ramo (L,6-10-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Washington: 0-3; Tampa Bay: 1-2.

Referees – Ian Walsh, Don Koharski. Linesmen – Derek Nansen, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance – 17,777 (19,758).

Thrashers 3 at Panthers 2

First Period

1. Atlanta, Holik 13 (Kovalchuk, Thorburn) 19:52

Penalties – Boulton Atl (interference) 2:37, McCarthy Atl (hooking) 9:09, Atlanta bench (too many men; served by Boulton) 13:23, Valabik Atl (slashing) 15:56.

Second Period

2. Florida, Horton 26 (Booth, McLean) 9:46

Penalties – Horton Fla (double roughing), Valabik Atl (roughing) 10:10, Cullimore Fla (holding) 13:36, Johansson Fla (high-sticking) 16:44, Enstrom Atl (holding stick) 19:44.

Third Period

3. Atlanta, Recchi 13 (Little), 13:47.

4. Atlanta, Holik 14, 19:01 (en).

5. Florida, Dvorak 7 (Kreps, Campbell), 19:57.

Penalties – Slater Atl (slashing) 0:45, Skrastins Fla (tripping) 3:41, Little Atl (hooking) 7:30.

Shots on goal by

Atlanta 9 13 6-28

Florida 15 14 16-45

Goal – Atlanta: Lehtonen (W,15-22-5); Florida: Vokoun (L,30-28-8).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Atlanta: 0-4; Florida: 0-7.

Referees – Steve Kozari, Marc Joannette. Linesmen – Darren Gibbs, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance – 17,301 (19,250).

Stars 2 at Sharks 3 (OT)

First Period

1. Dallas, Morrow 30 (Ribeiro, Modano) 15:59

Penalties – Norstrom Dal (interference) 4:26, Ott Dal (tripping) 9:55, Ehrhoff SJ (cross-checking) 13:53, Robidas Dal (hooking) 19:23.

Second Period

2. San Jose, Pavelski 18 (Marleau, Rivet) 3:48 (pp)

3. Dallas, Lehtinen 14 (Ribeiro, Modano) 12:29 (pp)

Penalties – Roenick SJ (slashing) 0:41, Crombeen Dal (instigating, fighting, misconduct), McLaren SJ (fighting) 3:14, McLaren SJ (hooking) 10:49, San Jose bench (too many men; served by Setoguchi) 12:00, Barnes Dal (holding) 15:02.

Third Period

4. San Jose, Thornton 25 (Grier, Rissmiller) 6:08

Penalty – Murray SJ (hooking) 16:26.

Overtime

5. San Jose, Thornton 26 (Campbell, Pavelski) 2:58 (pp)

Penalties – Turco Dal (double high-sticking; served by Ribeiro) 1:15, Daley Dal (hooking) 2:46.

Shots on goal by

Dallas  8 18 8 1-25

San Jose 10 11 7 5-27

Goal – Dallas: Turco (L,30-20-5); San Jose: Nabokov (W,44-20-8).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Dallas: 1-5; San Jose: 2-7.

Referees – Paul Devorski, Greg Kimmerly. Linesmen – Lonnie Cameron, Michel Cormier.

Attendance – 17,496 (17,496).

Coyotes 0 at Kings 4

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalty – Harrold LA (interference) 15:36.

Second Period

1. Los Angeles, Dallman 2 (Kopitar) 6:52

2. Los Angeles, Kopitar 30 (Willsie, O’Sullivan) 9:14

3. Los Angeles, Brown 32 (Cammalleri, Kopitar) 13:03 (pp)

Penalties – Preissing LA (hooking) 1:16, Boynton Pho (hooking) 12:07, Thornton LA (hooking) 15:00, Mueller Pho (hooking) 18:41, Blake LA (slashing) 19:11.

Third Period

4. Los Angeles, Blake 9 (Frolov, O’Sullivan) 11:54

Penalties – Michalek Pho (elbowing), Cammalleri LA (high-sticking) 2:41, Carcillo Pho, Ivanans LA (roughing) 10:28, Lisin Pho (hooking) 16:35.

Shots on goal by

Phoenix 11 9 18-38

Los Angeles 8 15 10-33

Goal – Phoenix: Tellqvist (L,8-8-2); Los Angeles: Ersberg (W,5-3-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) – Phoenix: 0-4; Los Angeles: 1-3.

Referees – Dennis LaRue, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen – Shane Heyer, Brad Lazarowich.

Attendance – 17,331 (18,118).