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Friday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Friday's NHL games:

Panthers 2 at Penguins 3 (SO)

First Period

1. Florida, Reinprecht 3 (Stillman, McCabe) 12:39 (pp)

2. Florida, Reinprecht 4 (Horton, Stillman) 15:16

Penalties - Skoula Pgh (interference) 4:02, Goligoski Pgh (cross-checking) 11:41.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Booth Fla (interference) 1:11, Ballard Fla, Kunitz Pgh (fighting) 4:41, Staal Pgh (interference) 11:04, Horton Fla (goaltender interference) 15:52.

Third Period

3. Pittsburgh, Crosby 5 (Goligoski, Malkin) 2:14 (pp)

4. Pittsburgh, Crosby 6 (Malkin) 16:41 (sh)

Penalties - Campbell Fla (hooking) 0:13, Olesz Fla (hooking) 0:40, Stillman Fla (goaltender interference) 5:55, Kulikov Fla, Cooke Pgh (high-sticking) 8:43, Booth Fla (closing hand on puck) 9:38, Orpik Pgh (interference) 15:04.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Pittsburgh wins 1-0

Florida (0) - Reinprecht, miss; Koistinen, miss; Horton, miss.

Pittsburgh (1) - Letang, miss; Crosby, goal; Guerin, miss.

Shots on goal by

Florida 12 10 6 1-29

Pittsburgh 8 14 15 6-43

Goal - Florida: Vokoun (L,1-5-1); Pittsburgh: B.Johnson (W,1-1-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Florida: 1-4; Pittsburgh: 1-6.

Referees - Rob Martell, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen - Pierre Champoux, Steve Miller.

Attendance - 16,971 (16,940).

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Wild 1 at Blues 3

First Period

1. St. Louis, McClement 2 (Perron, Strachan) 0:56

Penalties - Burns Min (interference) 5:24, Smith Min, Crombeen StL (fighting) 14:29, Scott Min (double roughing), Winchester StL (roughing) 18:14.

Second Period

2. St. Louis, Perron 1, 5:21 (sh)

3. Minnesota, Kobasew 1 (Belanger, Hnidy) 18:42

Penalties - Colaiacovo StL (hooking) 2:39, Strachan StL (delay of game) 4:22, Pouliot Min (tripping) 7:44, Kobasew Min (roughing) 11:43, Belanger Min (hooking) 15:21.

Third Period

4. St. Louis, Boyes 2 (Tkachuk, Kariya) 19:45 (en)

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 4 13 4-21

St. Louis 15 8 3-26

Goal - Minnesota: Backstrom (L,2-5-0); St. Louis: Mason (W,2-3-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Minnesota: 0-2; St. Louis: 0-5.

Referees - Dave Jackson, Chris Rooney. Linesmen - Bryan Pancich, Brad Kovachik.

Attendance - 19,150 (19,150).

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Hurricanes 4 at Avalanche 5

First Period

1. Carolina, Corvo 1 (Jokinen, Ruutu) 3:16 (pp)

2. Carolina, Ruutu 2 (Wallin, Yelle) 5:49

3. Colorado, O'Reilly 2 (Wolski, Stewart) 16:16

4. Colorado, Stastny 2 (Wilson) 16:47

Penalties - Quincey Col (holding stick) 2:37, Pitkanen Car (holding) 19:07.

Second Period

5. Colorado, Hejduk 4 (Stastny, Duchene) 10:00 (pp)

6. Colorado, Wolski 5 (Stewart, O'Reilly) 10:40

7. Carolina, Cullen 3 (Walker, Brind'Amour) 16:15

Penalties - Ruutu Car (boarding major, game misconduct), Foote Col (roughing) 5:26, Staal Car (goaltender interference) 11:46, Wilson Col (holding) 17:37.

Third Period

8. Colorado, Stastny 3 (Hejduk, Duchene) 6:21 (pp)

9. Carolina, Whitney 4 (LaRose, Staal) 8:40

Missed penalty shot - Whitney Car, 3:03.

Penalties - LaRose Car (holding) 4:38, Pitkanen Car (high-sticking) 6:14, Staal Car (slashing, unsportsmanlike conduct) 19:20, Hannan Col (cross-checking) 19:41.

Shots on goal by

Carolina 11 12 13-36

Colorado 11 13 12-36

Goal - Carolina: C.Ward (L,2-5-2); Colorado: Anderson (W,7-1-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Carolina: 1-2; Colorado: 2-7.

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Francois St. Laurent. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Jonny Murray.

Attendance - 13,673 (18,007).

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