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Friday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Friday's NHL games:

Senators 0 at Blue Jackets 1

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Spezza Ott (tripping) 3:05, Chimera Clb (holding) 9:47, Foligno Ott (high-sticking) 16:02, Heatley Ott (hooking) 18:33.

Second Period

1. Columbus, Voracek 8 (Peca, Chimera) 3:55

Penalties - Ruutu Ott (fighting, misconduct), Neil Ott (roughing, game misconduct), Umberger Clb (fighting) 1:52, Heatley Ott, Dorsett Clb (roughing) 8:31, Phillips Ott (high-sticking) 10:28, Peca Clb (interference) 18:32, Kuba Ott (slashing) 18:55.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Methot Clb (interference) 6:52, Tyutin Clb (holding) 11:17, Columbus bench (too many men; served by Voracek) 13:13.

Shots on goal by

Ottawa 8 2 8-18

Columbus 10 11 4-25

Goal - Ottawa: Auld (L,9-12-5); Columbus: Mason (W,19-11-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Ottawa: 0-5; Columbus: 0-6.

Referees - Steve Kozari, Bill McCreary. Linesmen - Pierre Champoux, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 17,080 (18,144).

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Predators 1 at Flames 3

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Zanon Nash (slashing) 12:05, Belak Nash (holding) 17:32.

Second Period

1. Calgary, Lombardi 5 (Glencross, Moss) 7:23

2. Calgary, Roy 3 (Nystrom, Boyd) 12:25

Penalties - Calgary bench (too many men; served by Boyd) 2:34, Tootoo Nash, Bertuzzi Cal (fighting) 13:44, Ward Nash (goaltender interference) 19:36.

Third Period

3. Nashville, Dumont 10 (Bonk) 8:27

4. Calgary, Aucoin 7 (Cammalleri, Langkow) 12:30 (pp)

Penalties - Weber Nash (hooking) 2:13, Sarich Cal (hooking) 8:27, Jones Nash (slashing) 10:34, Fiddler Nash (unsportsmanlike conduct), Suter Nash (interference), Bertuzzi Cal (unsportsmanlike conduct) 12:05, Nashville bench (too many men; served by Dumont) 15:14, Phaneuf Cal (hooking) 16:01, Bourque Cal (slashing) 18:37.

Shots on goal by

Nashville 5 13 11-29

Calgary 15 9 8-32 Goal - Nashville: Rinne (L,11-8-0); Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,30-12-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Nashville: 0-4; Calgary: 1-7.

Referees - Brian Pochmara, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Darren Gibbs, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 19,289 (19,289).

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Wild 1 at Oilers 3

First Period

1. Edmonton, Hemsky 15 (Grebeshkov, Horcoff) 5:51

2. Edmonton, Moreau 11 (Cogliano, Pouliot) 16:54

Penalties - Clutterbuck Min, Staios Edm (fighting) 1:31, Moreau Edm (hooking) 6:17, Schultz Min (boarding) 10:22, Boogaard Min, MacIntyre Edm (fighting) 16:56.

Second Period

3. Edmonton, Visnovsky 8 (Nilsson, Cogliano) 3:00 (pp)

Penalties - Schultz Min (interference) 2:30, Zidlicky Min (hooking) 3:23, Johnsson Min (interference) 5:19, Zidlicky Min (slashing) 15:18.

Third Period

4. Minnesota, Sheppard 4 (Bouchard, Schultz) 0:38

Penalties - Nilsson Edm (boarding) 8:32, Grebeshkov Edm (hooking) 13:31.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 11 6 13-30 Edmonton 9 14 5-28

Goal (shots-saves) - Minnesota: Backstrom (L,23-16-2)(11-8), Harding (3:00 second, 17-17); Edmonton: Roloson (W,16-10-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Minnesota: 0-3; Edmonton: 1-5.

Referees - Brad Meier, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Lyle Seitz.

Attendance - 16,839 (16,839).

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Penguins 3 at Devils 4 (OT)

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Talbot 6 (Whitney, Scuderi) 9:33

2. Pittsburgh, Crosby 19 (Malkin, Sykora) 9:53

3. New Jersey, Holik 3 (Shanahan, Rupp) 11:21

Penalties - Letang Pgh (hooking) 0:18, Minard Pgh (delay of game) 7:09, Orpik Pgh (interference) 14:14, Martin NJ (hooking) 16:22.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Holik NJ (cross-checking) 8:40, Holik NJ (goaltender interference) 17:09, Crosby Pgh (slashing) 19:07.

Third Period

4. Pittsburgh, Malkin 20 (Crosby) 8:35

5. New Jersey, Shanahan 3 (Gionta, Zubrus) 11:59 (pp)

6. New Jersey, Langenbrunner 13 (Parise, Zajac) 19:29

Penalty - Sykora Pgh (hooking, unsportsmanlike conduct) 11:55.

Overtime

7. New Jersey, Langenbrunner 14 (Zajac, Greene) 4:00

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Pittsburgh 7 6 3 0-16

New Jersey 19 7 13 4-43

Goal - Pittsburgh: Fleury (L,16-12-3); New Jersey: Clemmensen (W,22-9-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Pittsburgh: 0-3; New Jersey: 1-6.

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Ian Walsh. Linesmen - Jean Morin, Brad Kovachik.

Attendance - 17,625 (17,625).

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Flyers 6 at Lightning 1

First Period

1. Philadelphia, Richards 17 (Knuble, S.Gagne) 7:03

2. Tampa Bay, Prospal 13 (Ranger) 17:55 (pp)

Penalties - Cote Pha, Koci TB (fighting) 5:23, Hartnell Pha, Malone TB (roughing) 8:34, Malone TB (holding) 11:06, Stamkos TB (tripping) 13:39, Knuble Pha (high-sticking) 13:44, Upshall Pha (interference) 16:31, Coburn Pha (hooking) 18:21.

Second Period

3. Philadelphia, R.Jones 2 (Richards, Carle) 8:05 (pp)

4. Philadelphia, Richards 18 (Lupul, R.Jones) 14:41

Penalties - Asham Pha (slashing) 3:18, Timonen Pha (hooking) 3:31, Eminger TB (tripping) 6:12, Alberts Pha (roughing) 10:54, Halpern TB (tripping) 13:03, S.Gagne Pha (holding stick) 14:22, Coburn Pha (roughing), Malone TB (high-sticking) 17:24, Coburn Pha, Malone TB (fighting) 19:31.

Third Period

5. Philadelphia, Carter 31 (Hartnell, Timonen) 7:59

6. Philadelphia, Hartnell 18 (Vaananen, Niittymaki) 10:47 (pp)

7. Philadelphia, Carter 32, 13:08

Missed penalty shot - St. Louis TB, 5:03.

Penalties - Artyukhin TB (tripping) 4:27, Asham Pha (roughing, charging), Downie TB (roughing) 8:38, Lupul Pha (hooking) 17:21.

Shots on goal by

Philadelphia 10 11 11-32

Tampa Bay 16 11 15-42

Goal (shots-saves) - Philadelphia: Niittymaki (W,11-3-4); Tampa Bay: Smith (L,14-18-9)(30-24), Helenius (13:08 third)(2-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Philadelphia: 2-5; Tampa Bay: 1-9.

Referees - Eric Furlatt, Dean Morton. Linesmen - Scott Cherrey, Anthony Sericolo.

Attendance - 18,120 (19,758).

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