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Friday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Friday's games in the NHL:

Thrashers 4 at Devils 3 (SO)

First Period

1. New Jersey, Parise 21 (Elias, Langenbrunner) 17:10

Penalties - Holik Atl (goaltender interference) 6:10, Clarkson NJ (hooking) 9:40, Boulton Atl, C.White NJ (roughing) 19:46.

Second Period

2. New Jersey, Gionta 15 (Zajac, Zubrus) 3:09 (pp)

3. Atlanta, Kovalchuk 40 (Thorburn, Perrin) 3:59

4. Atlanta, T.White 12 (Recchi, Hossa) 11:31 (pp)

Penalties - T.White Atl (tripping) 2:14, Boulton Atl, Rupp NJ (fighting) 3:12, Enstrom Atl (holding) 8:22, Clarkson NJ (holding) 11:14.

Third Period

5. New Jersey, Madden 15 (Pandolfo, Brylin) 8:45

6. Atlanta, Hossa 26 (Perrin, Kovalchuk) 19:41

Penalty - Pandolfo NJ (tripping) 4:35.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalty - Vishnevski NJ (tripping) 3:29.

Shootout

Atlanta wins 3-2

Atlanta (3) - Perrin, miss; Kozlov, miss; Kovalchuk, goal; Hossa, goal; Recchi, miss; T.White, miss; Holik, miss; Enstrom, miss; Thorburn, miss; Dupuis, goal.

New Jersey (2) - Gionta, miss; Elias, goal; Z.Parise, miss; Langenbrunner, goal; Zubrus, miss; Zajac, miss; Madden, miss; Rachunek, miss; Brylin, miss; Asham, miss.

Shots on goal by

Atlanta 9 13 5 5-32

New Jersey 11 13 8 1-33

Goal - Atlanta: Hedberg (W,13-10-2); New Jersey: Brodeur (L,30-19-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Atlanta: 1-4; New Jersey: 1-3.

Referees - Kelly Sutherland, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen - Steve Barton, Steve Miller.

Attendance - 14,475 (17,625).

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Capitals 2 at Panthers 4

First Period

1. Florida, Olesz 8 (Campbell, Kreps) 5:52

Penalties - Semin Wash (high-sticking) 1:57, Backstrom Wash (hooking) 8:20, Fehr Wash (roughing), Montador Fla (slashing) 13:11, Mezei Fla (slashing) 17:09.

Second Period

2. Washington, Semin 15 (Backstrom, Fleischmann) 1:12 (pp)

Penalties - Weiss Fla (hooking) 1:04, Morrisonn Wash (hooking) 2:24, Allen Fla (hooking) 11:59, Jurcina Wash (playing with broken stick) 15:02, Erskine Wash (interference) 18:40.

Third Period

3. Washington, Fleischmann 7 (Steckel) 0:57

4. Florida, Horton 18 (Weiss, Booth) 3:57

5. Florida, Kreps 5 (Peltonen, Campbell) 8:27

6. Florida, Booth 17, 19:12 (en)

Penalties - Pettinger Wash (goaltender interference) 5:47, Cullimore Fla (tripping) 12:48.

Shots on goal by

Washington 6 16 10-32

Florida 9 12 8-29

Goal - Washington: Johnson (L,7-8-1); Florida: Vokoun (W,25-22-5).

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

Referees - Mick McGeough, Rob Shick. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Greg Devorski.

Attendance - 16,202 (19,250).

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Blue Jackets 5 at Red Wings 1

First Period

1. Columbus, Nash 30 (Hainsey, Tarnstrom) 7:29 (pp)

2. Columbus, Modin 4 (Nash, Vyborny) 13:05

3. Columbus, Zherdev 23 (Peca, Chimera) 14:59

Penalties - Lindstrom Clb (hooking) 1:54, Downey Det (boarding) 5:19, Datsyuk Det (tripping) 6:48, Maltby Det (goaltender interference) 18:16.

Second Period

4. Columbus, Modin 5 (Foote, Nash) 11:18

Penalties - Peca Clb (elbowing) 10:36, Samuelsson Det (high-sticking) 10:40, Chimera Clb (tripping) 19:52.

Third Period

5. Detroit, Datsyuk 21 (Lidstrom, Zetterberg) 1:25 (pp)

6. Columbus, Hainsey 7 (Zherdev, Tarnstrom) 4:59 (pp)

Penalties - Lidstrom Det (hooking) 3:20, Modin Clb (diving), Maltby Det (tripping) 3:56, Brassard Clb, Kopecky Det (roughing) 16:14, Tollefsen Clb (tripping) 18:33.

Shots on goal by

Columbus 9 5 9-23

Detroit 5 10 6-21

Goal (shots-saves) - Columbus: Leclaire (W,20-11-4); Detroit: Osgood (L,22-7-2)(13-9), Howard (11:19 second)(10-9).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Columbus: 2-5; Detroit: 1-4.

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen - Scott Cherrey, Thor Nelson.

Attendance - 20,066 (20,066).

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Stars 4 at Ducks 2

First Period

1. Anaheim, Kunitz 17 (Perry) 3:51

2. Dallas, Ribeiro 24 (Robidas, Modano) 16:42 (pp)

Penalties - Ott Dal (roughing, fighting), Kunitz Ana (double instigating, fighting, misconduct) 4:23, Hagman Dal (tripping) 9:40, Barch Dal, Moen Ana (fighting) 14:48, Schneider Ana (roughing) 15:37, Pahlsson Ana (roughing) 15:49.

Second Period

3. Dallas, Robidas 5 (Ribeiro, Lehtinen) 4:56 (pp)

4. Dallas, Robidas 6 (Modano, Ribeiro) 18:21 (pp)

Penalties - Getzlaf Ana (hooking) 4:24, Grossman Dal (tripping) 6:38, Barnes Dal (holding) 9:28, Moen Ana (cross-checking) 17:22, Beauchemin Ana (cross-checking) 17:54.

Third Period

5. Anaheim, Kunitz 18 (Getzlaf, Perry) 11:18

6. Dallas, Ott 10 (Lehtinen) 19:42 (en)

Penalty - Daley Dal (holding) 0:43.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 8 8 5-21

Anaheim 9 5 8-22

Goal - Dallas: Turco (W,25-12-4); Anaheim: Giguere (L,25-16-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 3-5; Anaheim: 0-4.

Referees - Don Koharski, Steve Kozari. Linesmen - Ryan Galloway, Brian Murphy.

Attendance - 17,323 (17,323).

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Flames 3 at Kings 6

First Period

1. Los Angeles, Dallman 1 (Frolov, Armstrong) 3:05

2. Calgary, Langkow 23 (Huselius, Iginla) 4:15

3. Los Angeles, Boyle 4 (Frolov, Armstrong) 6:02

4. Los Angeles, Purcell 1 (Calder, Stuart) 8:59

5. Calgary, Boyd 5 (Smith, Phaneuf) 12:59

Penalty - Conroy Cal (high-sticking) 19:04.

Second Period

6. Los Angeles, O'Sullivan 14 (Handzus) 4:14 (sh)

7. Los Angeles, Armstrong 8 (Frolov, Preissing) 7:00

8. Los Angeles, Kopitar 25 (O'Sullivan, Brown) 10:49 (pp)

Penalties - Armstrong LA (slashing) 3:08, Lombardi Cal (tripping) 8:54, Eriksson Cal (holding) 14:13, Phaneuf Cal (slashing) 15:11.

Third Period

9. Calgary, Nolan 15 (Phaneuf, Aucoin) 5:15 (pp)

Missed penalty shot - Giuliano LA, 11:15.

Penalties - Kopitar LA (holding the stick) 4:08, Stuart LA (hooking) 9:06, Tanguay Cal, Johnson LA (roughing) 16:14.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 13 14 15-42

Los Angeles 11 9 5-25

Goal - Calgary: Kiprusoff (L,29-18-8); Los Angeles: LaBarbera (W,17-21-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 1-3; Los Angeles: 1-4.

Referees - Kerry Fraser, Dean Warren. Linesmen - Brad Kovachik, Lyle Seitz.

Attendance - 18,118 (18,118).

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