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Friday's NHL Game Summaries

Detailed summaries from Friday's games:

Flames 4 at Hurricanes 3

First Period

1. Calgary, Huselius 13 (Langkow) 4:56

2. Carolina, LaRose 4 (Cullen, Letowski) 5:53

Penalties - Smith Cal (holding) 2:22, Hale Cal (interference) 6:41, Iginla Cal (high-sticking) 19:36.

Second Period

3. Calgary, Boyd 2 (Aucoin) 14:09

4. Carolina, Adams 1 (Gleason, Cullen) 15:21

Penalties - Phaneuf Cal (roughing) 1:37, Staal Car (high-sticking) 5:27, Hedican Car (holding) 8:10, Smith Cal (tripping) 18:17, Cole Car (tripping) 19:20.

Third Period

5. Calgary, Iginla 21 (Aucoin, Phaneuf) 0:25 (pp)

6. Carolina, Cullen 7 (Brind'Amour) 7:19 (pp)

7. Calgary, Phaneuf 6 (Lombardi) 11:48

Penalties - Sarich Cal (high-sticking) 6:36, Nolan Cal (interference) 13:30, Phaneuf Cal (high-sticking) 16:12.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 7 9 5-21

Carolina 16 11 9-36

Goal - Calgary: Kipprusoff (W,15-11-5); Carolina: Ward (L,14-10-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 1-3; Carolina: 1-8.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Mike Hasenfratz. Linesmen - Derek Nansen, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance - 15,536 (18,730).

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Maple Leafs 4 at Thrashers 0

First Period

No Scoring

Penalties - Recchi Atl (slashing) 5:38, Holik Atl (interference) 15:43.

Second Period

1. Toronto, Devereaux 4, 7:13 (sh)

2. Toronto, Sundin 16 (Antropov, Ponikarovsky) 10:37

Penalties - Holik Atl (holding) 0:35, White Tor (hooking) 5:56.

Third Period

3. Toronto, Ponikarovsky 10 (Antropov, Kaberle) 16:41

4. Toronto, Ponikarovsky 11 (Antropov, Sundin) 18:01

Penalty - Wozniewski Tor (hooking) 10:38.

Shots on goal by

Toronto 8 14 13-35

Atlanta 6 12 6-24

Goal - Toronto: Toskala (W,12-9-3); Atlanta: Lehtonen (L,2-6-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Toronto: 0-3; Atlanta: 0-2.

Referees - Tom Kowal, Mike Leggo. Linesmen - Pat Dapuzzo, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance - 16,424 (18,545).

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Sabres 5 at Capitals 3

First Period

1. Washington, Ovechkin 23 (Backstrom, Nylander) 13:12 (pp)

2. Buffalo, Roy 12, 18:57 (sh)

Penalties - Washington bench (too many men, served by Ovechkin) 0:59, Vanek Buf (interference) 2:40, Poti Wash (tripping) 8:33, Buffalo bench (too many men, served by Vanek) 12:32, Ovechkin Wash (hooking) 14:44, Afinogenov Buf (slashing) 17:11.

Second Period

3. Washington, Backstrom 5 (Kozlov) 0:38

4. Buffalo, Afinogenov 5 (Sekera, Gaustad) 18:42

Penalty - Washington bench (too many men, served by Ovechkin) 3:32, Jurcina Wash (tripping) 14:51.

Third Period

5. Buffalo, Stafford 6 (Campbell, Roy) 0:19

6. Washington, Laich 6 (Jurcina, Poti) 5:09

7. Buffalo, Connolly 5 (Pominville, Lydman) 16:18

8. Buffalo, Hecht 11 (Pominville) 18:46 (en)

Penalties - Tallinder Buf (hooking) 2:48, Green Wash (tripping) 9:43.

Shots on goal by

Buffalo 10 6 14-30

Washington 6 11 6-23

Goal - Buffalo: Miler (W,13-12-1); Washington: Kolzig (L,10-14-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Buffalo: 0-6; Washington: 1-4.

Referees - Dan O'Halloran, Tim Peel. Linesmen - Jonny Murray, Lyle Seitz.

Attendance - 17,035 (18,277).

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Wild 5 at Ducks 2

First Period

1. Minnesota, Voros 6, 12:08

Penalty - O'Donnell Ana (delay of game) 13:36.

Second Period

2. Minnesota, Gaborik 11 (Rolston, Burns) 5:02 (pp)

3. Minnesota, Belanger 7 (Johnsson, Rolston) 6:15 (pp)

4. Minnesota, Rolston 10 (Bouchard, Johnsson) 15:06 (pp)

5. Minnesota, Burns 7 (Voros) 16:10 (pp)

Penalties - Johnsson Min (holding) 1:42, Kunitz Ana (double high-sticking) 3:53, Parros Ana (tripping) 14:01, O'Donnell Ana (cross-checking) 14:39.

Third Period

6. Anaheim, May 3 (Schneider, Hnidy) 13:35

7. Anaheim, Bertuzzi 4 (Getzlaf, Perry) 19:09 (pp)

Penalties - Marchant Ana (boarding) 4:31, Burns Min (high-sticking) 18:13.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 6 9 4-19

Anaheim 7 10 13-30

Goal (shots-saves) - Minnesota: Harding (W,4-6-1); Anaheim: Giguere (L,12-10-2)(9-6), Hiller (13:16 second, 10-8).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Minnesota: 4-6; Anaheim: 1-2.

Referees - Marc Joannette, Mick McGeough. Linesmen - Steve Barton, Darren Gibbs.

Attendance - 17,174 (17,174).

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