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Friday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Friday's NHL games:

Flames 1 at Hurricanes 6

First Period

1. Carolina, Whitney 19 (Samsonov, Brind'Amour) 14:51 (pp)

2. Carolina, Samsonov 14, 17:40

3. Carolina, Cole 17 (Staal, Babchuk) 18:22

Penalty - Jokinen Cal (interference) 14:27.

Second Period

4. Carolina, Whitney 20 (Staal) 7:58 (pp)

5. Carolina, Walker 4 (Cullen) 17:17

Penalties - Peters Cal (hooking) 1:46, Regehr Cal (slashing) 6:42, Calgary bench (too many men; served by Moss) 7:40, Moss Cal (elbowing) 13:05.

Third Period

6. Carolina, Whitney 21 (Cullen, LaRose) 4:08 (pp)

7. Calgary, Iginla 29, 16:11

Penalties - Nystrom Cal (instigating, fighting, misconduct), Seidenberg Car (fighting) 2:23, Gleason Car (roughing) 4:43, Cammalleri Cal (holding stick) 5:56, Vandermeer Cal (elbowing, fighting, misconduct), Conboy Car (roughing, fighting) 9:30, Seidenberg Car (tripping) 11:29, LaRose Car (tripping) 12:33.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 7 6 9-22

Carolina 13 16 5-34

Goal - Calgary: McElhinney (L,0-5-1); Carolina: Ward (W,28-21-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 0-3; Carolina: 3-7.

Referees - Kerry Fraser, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen - Scott Cherrey, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 18,108 (18,680).

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Canadiens 0 at Thrashers 2

First Period

1. Atlanta, Little 26 (Kovalchuk, White) 17:28 (pp)

Penalties - Valabik Atl (roughing) 3:30, Lapierre Mtl, Exelby Atl (roughing) 6:13, Tanguay Mtl (slashing) 7:17, Stewart Mtl, Thorburn Atl (fighting) 13:55, Metropolit Mtl (hooking) 14:11, O'Byrne Mtl (interference) 16:33, Markov Mtl (cross-checking) 17:28, Perrin Atl (tripping) 18:20, Reasoner Atl (tripping) 19:27.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Kovalev Mtl (high-sticking) 0:39, Pacioretty Mtl, Valabik Atl (unsportsmanlike conduct) 8:55, Kostopoulos Mtl (roughing), O'Byrne Mtl, Bogosian Atl (fighting), Lapierre Mtl, Slater Atl (misconduct), Boulton Atl (roughing, misconduct) 12:18, Kovalev Mtl (tripping) 12:30, Little Atl (boarding) 18:34, Exelby Atl (misconduct) 20:00.

Third Period

2. Atlanta, Peverley 11 (Kovalchuk, Hainsey) 19:24 (en)

Penalties - Higgins Mtl (tripping) 0:21, Stuart Atl (hooking) 6:02, Tanguay Mtl (high-sticking) 10:32.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 8 5 12-25

Atlanta 11 9 8-28

Goal - Montreal: Price (L,18-14-6); Atlanta: Lehtonen (W,14-20-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 0-5; Atlanta: 1-8.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Tim Peel. Linesmen - Darren Gibbs, Brad Lazarowich.

Attendance - 14,813 (18,545).

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Coyotes 1 at Sabres 5

First Period

1. Buffalo, Connolly 12 (Spacek, Sekera) 7:07

2. Buffalo, Sekera 3 (Connolly) 8:25

Penalties - None.

Second Period

3. Buffalo, Connolly 13 (Roy) 14:17 (pp)

Penalties - Yandle Pho (roughing) 2:52, Gaustad Buf (roughing), Rivet Buf (misconduct) 3:43, Mair Buf (cross-checking) 6:50, Spacek Buf (hooking) 10:18, Prucha Pho (hooking) 14:11, Tallinder Buf (delay of game) 14:45, Sekera Buf (hooking) 19:05.

Third Period

4. Phoenix, Lombardi 10 (Prucha) 6:52 (pp)

5. Buffalo, Pominville 14 (Spacek, Connolly) 17:15 (pp)

6. Buffalo, Stafford 18 (Gaustad, Afinogenov) 17:52 (pp)

Penalties - Reinprecht Pho (hooking) 1:36, Connolly Buf (hooking) 5:23, Upshall Pho (elbowing), Kaleta Buf (interference) 13:45, Jovanovski Pho (tripping), Phoenix bench (delay of game; served by Prucha) 15:58, Jovanovski Pho (slashing) 18:36.

Shots on goal by

Phoenix 7 13 10-30

Buffalo 11 11 9-31

Goal - Phoenix: Bryzgalov (L,21-27-4); Buffalo: Lalime (W,4-9-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Phoenix: 1-6; Buffalo: 3-6.

Referees - Bill McCreary, Ian Walsh. Linesmen - Scott Driscoll, Steve Miller.

Attendance - 18,690 (18,690).

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Blues 4 at Lightning 3 (OT)

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalty - Melichar TB (double high-sticking) 3:01.

Second Period

1. St. Louis, Tkachuk 19 (Boyes, McDonald) 5:43

2. St. Louis, McDonald 10 (Backes, Boyes) 9:25 (pp)

Penalties - Woywitka StL (hooking) 3:14, Prospal TB (interference), Welch TB (hooking) 8:01, Hall TB (hooking) 9:00, Perron StL (roughing) 10:40.

Third Period

3. Tampa Bay, St. Louis 23 (Lecavalier, Stamkos) 3:28 (pp)

4. St. Louis, Backes 19 (Oshie, McDonald) 6:10

5. Tampa Bay, Pettinger 3 (Halpern, Artyukhin) 12:10

6. Tampa Bay, Stamkos 14 (Murphy, St. Louis) 19:44

Penalties - Berglund StL (hooking) 3:01, Backes StL, Craig TB (roughing) 6:10.

Overtime

7. St. Louis, Boyes 26 (Colaiacovo, McDonald) 0:27

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

St. Louis 10 13 11 2-36

Tampa Bay 4 10 9 0-23

Goal - St. Louis: Mason (W,15-17-5); Tampa Bay: Ramo (L,2-6-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - St. Louis: 1-5; Tampa Bay: 1-3.

Referees - Dean Morton, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Brad Kovachik, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance - 13,831 (19,758).D:JR

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Stars 3 at Ducks 2

First Period

1. Dallas, Ribeiro 17 (Ott, Sydor) 1:45 (pp)

Penalties - Christensen Ana (hooking) 0:29, Selanne Ana (tripping) 19:13.

Second Period

2. Dallas, Eriksson 30 (Ott, Ribeiro) 14:39

Penalties - Barch Dal, Brookbank Ana (fighting) 3:17, Ribeiro Dal (slashing) 4:13, Fistric Dal (interference) 6:12, Pronger Ana (cross-checking) 15:36, Begin Dal, Getzlaf Ana (high-sticking) 19:02.

Third Period

3. Anaheim, Wisniewski 3 (Perry, Selanne) 7:31

4. Dallas, Eriksson 31, 8:48

5. Anaheim, Ryan 23 (Whitney, Pronger) 17:28

Penalties - Perry Ana (tripping) 5:23, Niskanen Dal (tripping) 11:20.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 6 8 2-16

Anaheim 9 19 10-38

Goal - Dallas: Turco (W,30-23-8); Anaheim: Giguere (L,17-17-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 1-4; Anaheim: 0-3.

Referees - Brad Meier, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 17,380 (17,174).

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