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Monday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Monday's NHL games:

Flames 0 at Oilers 5

First Period

1. Edmonton, Pisani 4 (Cogliano) 6:24

2. Edmonton, Penner 16 (Sanderson, Gilbert) 19:25

Penalties - Stortini Edm (cross-checking) 10:27, Sarich Cal (tripping) 12:51, Phaneuf Cal (fighting), Moreau Edm (elbowing, fighting) 17:05.

Second Period

3. Edmonton, Hemsky 14 (Gagner, Stoll) 5:20 (pp)

Penalties - Hemsky Edm (hooking) 0:29, Tanguay Cal (tripping) 4:31, Huselius Cal (high-sticking) 5:50, Sarich Cal, Stortini Edm (fighting) 9:18, Tanguay Cal (slashing) 12:49, Pitkanen Edm (holding) 13:24.

Third Period

4. Edmonton, Staios 6 (Moreau, Grebeshkov) 11:31 (pp)

5. Edmonton, Gagner 5 (Stoll, Hemsky) 12:46 (pp)

Penalties - Regehr Cal, Stortini Edm (fighting) 0:01, Hale Cal (tripping) 0:26, Stoll Edm (double high-sticking double) 1:40, Godard Cal (goaltender interference, fighting, game misconduct), Sarich Cal (fighting), Joseph Cal (leaving the crease), Glencross Edm (fighting) 7:02, Garon Edm (roughing) 7:02.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 7 8 9-24 Edmonton 8 12 8-28

Goal - Calgary: Joseph (L,0-1-0); Edmonton: Garon (W,16-12-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 0-5; Edmonton: 3-8.

Referees - Rob Shick, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Thor Nelson.

Attendance - 16,839 (16,839).

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Penguins 3 at Devils 4 (OT)

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Mottau NJ (high-sticking) 3:13, Parise NJ (slashing) 8:27, Malone Pgh, Clarkson NJ (fighting) 15:41, Christensen Pgh (hooking) 17:24.

Second Period

1. Pittsburgh, Malone 15 (Malkin, Sydor) 2:26 (pp)

2. Pittsburgh, Sykora 17 (Malkin, Gonchar) 11:50

3. New Jersey, Langenbrunner 9 (Parise, Elias) 19:18 (pp)

Penalties - Elias NJ (interference) 1:07, Oduya NJ (tripping) 3:27, Christensen Pgh (hooking) 17:37.

Third Period

4. Pittsburgh, Staal 7 (Talbot, Letang) 4:30 (pp)

5. New Jersey, Elias 16 (Parise) 9:37

6. New Jersey, Clarkson 7 (Oduya, Madden) 11:21

Penalties - Malone Pgh (hooking) 0:30, Brodeur NJ (tripping; served by Clarkson) 2:47, Armstrong Pgh (unsportsmanlike conduct), Vishnevski NJ (roughing) 11:55.

Overtime

7. New Jersey, Parise 20 (Elias, Brodeur) 0:37

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Pittsburgh 10 14 10 0-34

New Jersey 6 8 10 1-25

Goal - Pittsburgh: Conklin (L,12-3-3); New Jersey: Brodeur (W,28-18-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Pittsburgh: 2-5; New Jersey: 1-3.

Referees - Kerry Fraser, Don Koharski. Linesmen - Darren Gibbs, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 13,012 (17,625).

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Coyotes 4 at Avalanche 3 (OT)

First Period

1. Colorado, Hensick 4 (Arnason, Liles) 17:48 (pp)

2. Phoenix, Mueller 16 (Jovanovski, Doan) 19:01 (pp)

Penalties - Boynton Pho (high-sticking) 17:10, Richardson Col (slashing) 18:03, Clark Col (cross-checking) 18:26.

Second Period

3. Phoenix, Winnik 6 (Murley, Kapanen) 5:04

4. Colorado, Laperriere 4 (Richardson) 14:49

Penalties - Boynton Pho (tripping) 5:18, Boynton Pho (interference) 16:59, Arnason Col (tripping) 17:31.

Third Period

5. Colorado, Hensick 5 (Hlinka, Arnason) 9:52 (pp)

6. Phoenix, Vrbata 23 (Reinprecht) 16:49

Penalties - Richardson Col (slashing) 7:13, Tjarnqvist Pho (slashing) 9:21.

Overtime

7. Phoenix, Vrbata 24 (Doan, Michalek) 3:23

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Phoenix 17 9 6 1-33

Colorado 12 11 11 2-36

Goal - Phoenix: Tellqvist (W,7-4-0); Colorado: Budaj (L,15-9-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Phoenix: 1-4; Colorado: 2-4.

Referees - Eric Furlatt, Chris Rooney. Linesmen - Brad Lazarowich, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 14,381 (18,007).

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