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Friday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Friday's NHL games:

Canucks 7 at Ducks 6 (SO)

First Period

1. Anaheim, S.Niedermayer 1 (Selanne, Perry) 8:28 (pp)

2. Anaheim, Selanne 7 (Pronger, Perry) 12:24 (pp)

3. Vancouver, Bernier 3 (Pyatt, O'Brien) 12:43

Penalties - Burrows Vcr (roughing) 8:05, Hordichuk Vcr, Parros Ana (fighting), Brown Vcr (roughing, boarding), Carter Ana (roughing) 11:04, Ohlund Vcr (hooking) 13:37, S.Niedermayer Ana (hooking) 18:19, H.Sedin Vcr (interference) 18:22, Raymond Vcr (hooking) 18:57.

Second Period

4. Vancouver, Kesler 4 (Burrows, Hansen) 7:57

5. Vancouver, Burrows 4 (Bieksa) 11:23 (sh)

6. Vancouver, Ohlund 2 (Salo, Raymond) 14:38 (pp)

7. Vancouver, Bieksa 2 (Hansen) 15:19

8. Anaheim, Montador 1 (Perry, Sutherby) 15:37

9. Anaheim, Pronger 2 (Kunitz, Getzlaf) 16:00

10. Anaheim, Selanne 8 (Perry, S.Niedermayer) 17:17 (pp)

Penalties - Brown Vcr, Montador Ana (double roughing) 2:52, Burrows Vcr (hooking) 3:21, Salo Vcr (double high-sticking) 8:24, R.Niedermayer Ana (hooking) 12:51, Mitchell Vcr (hooking) 16:30.

Third Period

11. Vancouver, Bernier 4 (Bieksa, Luongo) 8:34 (pp)

12. Anaheim, Perry 3 (Kunitz, Selanne) 19:03

Penalties - Pahlsson Ana (interference) 3:10, Selanne Ana (interference) 7:44, Moen Ana (tripping) 13:01.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Vancouver wins 2-1

Vancouver (2) - Wellwood, goal; Burrows, miss; Raymond, miss; Kesler, miss; Bernier, miss; D.Sedin, miss; Edler, miss; Pyatt, miss; Bieksa, miss; H.Sedin, miss; Johnson, miss; Salo, miss; Ohlund, goal.

Anaheim (1) - Selanne, miss; Getzlaf, goal; Perry, miss; Morrison, miss; Carter, miss; Kunitz, miss; Pahlsson, miss; R.Niedermayer, miss; Beauchemin, miss; Pronger, miss; Moen, miss; Montador, miss; R.Niedermayer, miss.

Shots on goal by

Vancouver 8 7 12 2-29

Anaheim 9 17 9 2-37

Goal (shots-saves) - Vancouver: Luongo (W,6-4-0); Anaheim: Giguere (13-9), Hiller (L,1-1-1)(14:38 second)(16-14).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Vancouver: 2-5; Anaheim: 3-9.

Referees - Ian Walsh, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Don Henderson, Lyle Seitz.

Attendance - 16,704 (17,174).

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Stars 2 at Blackhawks 5

First Period

1. Dallas, Eriksson 5 (Morrow, Ribeiro) 6:17

2. Chicago, Barker 1 (Campbell, Kane) 9:59 (pp)

3. Chicago, Kane 6 (Havlat, Brouwer) 18:50

Penalties - Ott Dal, Eager Chi (roughing), Dallas bench (too many men; served by Avery) 9:21, Johnson Chi (tripping) 16:01.

Second Period

4. Dallas, Ott 2 (Barch, Stephan) 7:39

5. Chicago, Sopel 1 (Kane, Toews) 13:26

Penalties - Barker Chi (interference) 1:51, Eager Chi (roughing) 7:39, Seabrook Chi (delay of game) 8:31, Robidas Dal (hooking) 15:22.

Third Period

6. Chicago, Ladd 1 (Barker) 13:50

7. Chicago, Byfuglien 1 (Bolland) 15:51

Penalties - Sopel Chi (delay of game) 9:21, Morrow Dal (holding) 10:34, Ott Dal (goaltender interference) 16:19, Eager Chi (slashing) 20:00.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 10 3 10-23

Chicago 12 8 12-32

Goal - Dallas: Stephan (L,1-1-0); Chicago: Khabibulin (W,3-1-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 0-5; Chicago: 1-4.

Referees - Wes McCauley, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Pierre Champoux, Derek Nansen.

Attendance - 21,212 (20,500).

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