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Monday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Monday's NHL games:

Wild 4 at Canucks 2

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Krajicek Vcr (delay of game) 9:13, Foster Min (interference) 9:24, Koivu Min (hooking) 12:44, Miller Vcr (high-sticking) 15:09, Schultz Min (high-sticking) 19:52.

Second Period

1. Minnesota, Rolston 15 (Bouchard, Sheppard) 9:45

2. Vancouver, Burrows 5, 10:25

3. Minnesota, Bouchard 9 (Carney) 12:36

Penalty - Krajicek Vcr (holding) 5:55.

Third Period

4. Minnesota, Koivu 7 (Bouchard, Fedoruk) 15:35

5. Vancouver, Pyatt 12 (H.Sedin, D.Sedin) 19:31

6. Minnesota, Bouchard 10, 19:38 (en)

Penalties - Krajicek Vcr (interference) 1:43, H.Sedin Vcr (interference) 4:32, Koivu Min, D.Sedin Vcr (unsportsmanlike conduct) 9:40, Bouchard Min (cross-checking, Burrows Vcr (roughing) 16:56.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 6 10 10-26

Vancouver 17 9 14-40

Goal - Minnesota: Backstrom (W,17-9-2); Vancouver: Luongo (L,21-16-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Minnesota: 0-5; Vancouver: 0-3.

Referees - Marc Joannette, Tom Kowal. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Shane Heyer.

Attendance - 18,630 (18,630).

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Hurricanes 3 at Islanders 2 (OT)

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Second Period

1. N.Y. Islanders, Hilbert 5 (Meyer, Sutton) 3:17

2. N.Y. Islanders, Satan 11 (Comeau, Vasicek) 12:57

Penalties - Gleason Car, Jackman NYI (fighting) 13:55, Commodore Car (hooking) 19:43.

Third Period

3. Carolina, Commodore 2 (Brind'Amour) 3:39

4. Carolina, Wallin 2 (Samsonov, Brind'Amour) 15:20

Penalty - Martinek NYI (boarding) 18:37.

Overtime

5. Carolina, Stillman 21 (Staal, Whitney) 0:52 (pp)

Penalty - Sutton NYI (cross-checking) 0:37.

Shots on goal by

Carolina 9 10 9 1-29

N.Y. Islanders 6 13 6 0-25

Goal - Carolina: Ward (W,19-16-3); N.Y. Islanders: DiPietro (L,19-16-6).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Carolina: 1-2; N.Y. Islanders: 0-1.

Referees - Rob Martell, Stephane Auger. Linesmen - Pierre Racicot, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 16,234 (16,234).

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Sabres 2 at Coyotes 6

First Period

1. Phoenix, Winnik 5 (Hanzal, Michalek) 0:54

2. Buffalo, Gaustad 7 (Paille, Kotalik) 10:54

Penalties - Yandle Pho (cross-checking) 3:07, Mueller Pho (hooking) 7:05, Lydman Buf (hooking) 15:34, Hanzal Pho (tripping) 15:45, Buffalo bench (too many men; served by Vanek) 19:20.

Second Period

3. Phoenix, Kapanen 6, 1:57 (pp)

4. Phoenix, Doan 16 (Perrault, Yandle) 5:08

5. Phoenix, Morris 4 (Sjostrom, Ballard) 7:30

Penalties - Pratt Buf (high-sticking) 1:51, Jovanovski Pho (holding) 13:06.

Third Period

6. Buffalo, Stafford 12 (Vanek, Roy) 1:51

7. Phoenix, Mueller 13 (Doan, Boynton) 17:03

8. Phoenix, Jovanovski 6 (Mueller, Reinprecht) 18:08 (pp)

Penalties - Stafford Buf (closing hand on puck) 4:11, MacArthur Buf (tripping) 17:27.

Shots on goal by

Buffalo 6 6 9-21

Phoenix 10 14 9-33

Goal - Buffalo: Thibault (L,2-4-1); Phoenix: Bryzgalov (W,18-13-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Buffalo: 0-4; Phoenix: 2-5.

Referees - Don Koharski, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen - Thor Nelson, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 16,981 (17,799).

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Blues 3 at Predators 6

First Period

1. St. Louis, Boyes 27 (McDonald) 3:56

2. Nashville, Weber 2 (Radulov, Suter) 5:37 (pp)

3. Nashville, Nichol 5 (Gelinas, Erat) 9:32 (sh)

Penalties - Kariya StL (cross-checking) 0:42, McClement StL (hooking) 4:47, Zidlicky Nash (slashing) 18:47.

Second Period

4. St. Louis, Hinote 4 (Mayers) 12:22

5. Nashville, Radulov 14 (Zidlicky) 16:12

6. Nashville, Gelinas 7 (de Vries) 19:22

Penalties - McDonald StL (holding) 0:26, Dumont Nash (tripping) 9:57, Nichol Nash (holding the stick) 17:03.

Third Period

7. Nashville, Radulov 15 (Dumont, Arnott) 1:58

8. St. Louis, Tkachuk 13 (Backes, Jackman) 2:57

9. Nashville, Gelinas 8 (Erat) 19:47 (en)

Penalty - Brewer StL (slashing) 14:44.

Shots on goal by

St. Louis 10 12 12-34

Nashville 6 9 12-27

Goal - St. Louis: Legace (L,17-12-3); Nashville: Mason (W,14-15-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - St. Louis: 0-3; Nashville: 1-4.

Referees - Mike Leggo, Chris Rooney. Linesmen - Jean Morin, Mark Pare.

Attendance - 13,642 (17,113).

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Capitals 6 at Penguins 5 (SO)

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Talbot 8 (Staal, Christensen) 4:30

2. Washington, Fleischmann 6 (Gordon, Semin) 10:43

3. Washington, Kozlov 7 (Ovechkin, Backstrom) 16:04

4. Pittsburgh, Malkin 25 (Malone) 16:49

Penalties - Semin Wash (hooking) 5:36, Backstrom Wash (hooking) 13:26, Ruutu Pgh (unsportsmanlike conduct) 20:00.

Second Period

5. Washington, Ovechkin 37 (Fleischmann, Backstrom) 1:48 (pp)

6. Pittsburgh, Malkin 26 (Malone, Gonchar) 3:34 (pp)

7. Pittsburgh, Sykora 14 (Whitney, Gonchar) 6:13 (pp)

8. Washington, Ovechkin 38 (Backstrom, Jurcina) 7:58

Penalties - Laich Wash (hooking) 3:18, Semin Wash (high-sticking) 5:55, Scuderi Pgh (hooking) 11:44, Whitney Pgh (hooking) 15:28, Green Wash (interference) 15:55.

Third Period

9. Pittsburgh, Malone 11 (Gonchar, Malkin) 5:04 (pp)

10. Washington, Kozlov 8 (Pettinger, Backstrom) 15:29 (pp)

Penalties - Bradley Wash (hooking) 4:44, Malkin Pgh (tripping) 6:38, Conklin Pgh (delay of game; served by Filewich) 9:09, Staal Pgh (holding stick) 13:50.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - Poti Wash (slashing) 1:01, Erskine Wash (hooking) 1:54.

Shootout

(Washington wins 2-1)

Washington (2) - Kozlov, miss; Ovechkin, goal; Semin, goal.

Pittsburgh (1) - Christensen, miss; Letang, miss; Ruutu, goal.

Shots on goal by

Washington 9 10 11 0-30

Pittsburgh 6 5 3 1-15

Goal (shots-saves) - Washington: Kolzig (W,17-16-4); Pittsburgh: Sabourin (13-9), Conklin (L,10-1-2)(7:58 second)(17-16).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Washington: 2-6; Pittsburgh: 3-8.

Referees - Mike Hasenfratz, Steve Kozari. Linesmen - Derek Arnell, Derek Nansen.

Attendance - 17,050 (16,940).

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