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Monday's NHL scoring summaries

Devils 0 at Senators 2

First Period

No scoring.

Penalties - Schaefer Ott (hooking) 7:46, Meszaros Ott (holding) 12:55, Matvichuk NJ (hooking) 16:48, Gomez NJ (hooking) 19:47.

Second Period

No scoring.

Penalties - Phillips Ott (tripping) 3:33, Matvichuk NJ (tripping) 6:04.

Third Period

1. Ottawa, Preissing 2 (Comrie, Fisher) 4:46

2. Ottawa, Spezza 4 (Alfredsson, Heatley) 19:04 (en)

Penalties - Saprykin Ott (elbowing) 10:09, Langenbrunner NJ (tripping) 11:21, Phillips Ott (high sticking) 13:45.

Shots on goal by

New Jersey 7 9 9-25

Ottawa 11 9 14-34

Goal - New Jersey: Martin Brodeur (L,5-4); Ottawa: Emery (W,6-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - New Jersey: 0-5; Ottawa: 0-4.

Referees - Kelly Sutherland, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Steve Miller, Jean Morin.

Attendance - 19,636 (19,153).

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Red Wings 1 at Sharks 2

First Period

1. Detroit, Lidstrom 3 (Samuelsson, Cleary) 11:13 (pp)

Penalties - Rivet SJ (delay of game) 3:05, Guerin SJ (hooking) 9:58, Lilja Det (hooking) 18:14, Rivet SJ (high-sticking) 19:06.

Second Period

2. San Jose, Clowe 4 (Carle, Thornton) 12:43

Penalties - Lang Det (interference) 5:32, Bertuzzi Det (elbowing) 17:44.

Third Period

3. San Jose, Cheechoo 2 (McLaren, Clowe) 13:19 (pp)

Penalties - Draper Det (holding) 11:38, McLaren SJ (interference) 14:03, Bertuzzi Det (tripping) 17:12.

Shots on goal by

Detroit 16 7 7-30

San Jose 7 7 13-27

Goal - Detroit: Hasek (L,5-4); San Jose: Nabokov (W,6-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Detroit: 1-4; San Jose: 1-5.

Referees - Kevin Pollock, Rob Shick. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance - 17,496 (17,496).

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