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Saturday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Saturday's games:

Oilers 3 at Kings 2 (SO)

First Period

1. Edmonton, Penner 14 (Hemsky) 4:58

2. Edmonton, Horcoff 12 (Penner, Hemsky) 13:11 (pp)

Penalties - Kopitar LA (holding) 12:44, Horcoff Edm, Doughty LA (roughing) 13:11, Smid Edm, Quincey LA (roughing), Gagner Edm, Johnson LA (fighting) 15:08, Stortini Edm, Ivanans LA (fighting) 16:20, Cogliano Edm (hooking) 17:20, Souray Edm, Brown LA (roughing) 19:05.

Second Period

3. Los Angeles, Doughty 4 (Stoll, Handzus) 6:29 (pp)

Penalties - Peckham Edm (interference) 4:45, Staios Edm (holding) 5:13, Richardson LA (hooking) 10:59, Smid Edm (delay of game) 14:12.

Third Period

4. Los Angeles, Brown 21 (Frolov, Quincey) 19:34 (pp)

Penalties - Frolov LA (holding) 1:24, Brown LA (hooking) 3:33, Simmonds LA (hooking) 7:18, Nilsson Edm (hooking) 8:14, Moreau Edm, Greene LA (fighting) 13:22, Cogliano Edm (tripping) 18:20.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalty - Johnson LA (hooking) 4:22.

Shootout

Edmonton wins 2-0

Edmonton (2) - Gagner, goal; Nilsson, goal.

Los Angeles (0) - O'Sullivan, miss; Frolov, miss.

Shots on goal by

Edmonton 5 3 11 2-21

Los Angeles 8 16 13 4-41

Goal - Edmonton: Roloson (W,19-13-4); Los Angeles: Quick (L,11-7-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Edmonton: 1-6; Los Angeles: 2-6.

Referees - Paul Devorski, Dave Jackson. Linesmen - Mark Pare, Shane Heyer.

Attendance - 18,118 (18,118).

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Penguins 2 at Maple Leafs 6

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Cooke 8 (Malkin, Letang) 1:23

2. Pittsburgh, Thomas 2 (Staal) 8:34 (sh)

Penalties - Whitney Pgh (tripping) 2:06, Orpik Pgh (interference) 7:33, Godard Pgh, Frogren Tor (roughing) 12:22, May Tor (roughing) 18:01.

Second Period

3. Toronto, Antropov 18 (Finger, Stajan) 12:53

Penalty - Staal Pgh (roughing) 10:51.

Third Period

4. Toronto, Blake 20 (White, Moore) 0:55

5. Toronto, Blake 21 (Moore) 1:14

6. Toronto, Mitchell 4 (Kulemin, Grabovski) 7:13

7. Toronto, Ponikarovsky 17 (Antropov, Stajan) 13:18

8. Toronto, Stajan 13 (Ponikarovsky, Antropov) 15:52

Penalties - Eaton Pgh (hooking) 5:03, Mitchell Tor (high-sticking) 8:28.

Shots on goal by

Pittsburgh 11 5 11-27

Toronto 12 14 15-41

Goal - Pittsburgh: Fleury (L,19-15-3); Toronto: Toskala (W,19-17-9).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Pittsburgh: 0-2; Toronto: 0-3.

Referees - Chris Lee, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Greg Devorski, Derek Nansen.

Attendance - 19,365 (18,819).

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Senators 5 at Wild 3

First Period

1. Minnesota, Bouchard 13 (Nolan, Sheppard) 1:15

2. Minnesota, Nolan 14 (Burns, Bergeron) 9:11 (pp)

3. Minnesota, Nolan 15 (Sheppard, Bouchard) 13:13

Penalty - Ruutu Ott (holding) 8:25.

Second Period

4. Ottawa, Lee 2 (Vermette, Heatley) 12:39

5. Ottawa, Vermette 9 (Kelly) 16:34

6. Ottawa, Phillips 5 (Alfredsson, Kelly) 19:01 (sh)

Penalties - Sheppard Min (hooking) 10:32, Foligno Ott (double roughing; served by Winchester), Bergeron Min (roughing) 18:01.

Third Period

7. Ottawa, Alfredsson 17, 2:29 (sh)

8. Ottawa, Heatley 25 (Spezza, Alfredsson) 19:39 (en)

Penalties - Ruutu Ott (interference) 2:19, Ruutu Ott (interference) 8:47.

Shots on goal by

Ottawa 9 10 3-22

Minnesota 15 5 9-29

Goal (shots-saves) - Ottawa: Elliott (12-9), Auld (W,10-13-5)(13:13 first)(17-17); Minnesota: Backstrom (19-16), Harding (L,1-7-1)(start third)(2-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Ottawa: 0-1; Minnesota: 1-4.

Referees - Dan O'Rourke, Steve Kozari. Linesmen - Brad Lazarowich, Thor Nelson.

Attendance - 18,568 (18,064).

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Flames 7 at Coyotes 5

First Period

1. Phoenix, Winnik 1 (Michalek, Fedoruk) 8:23 (pp)

2. Calgary, Aucoin 9 (Bertuzzi, Cammalleri) 14:21

Penalties - Bertuzzi Cal (holding stick) 3:53, Bertuzzi Cal (tripping) 6:23.

Second Period

3. Calgary, Langkow 17 (Moss, Giordano) 7:21

4. Calgary, Sarich 2 (Bourque, Lombardi) 9:47

5. Phoenix, Winnik 2 (Tikhonov, Morris) 11:58

6. Calgary, Lombardi 7 (Bertuzzi, Sarich) 12:52

7. Calgary, Glencross 10 (Moss, Sarich) 19:45 (sh)

Penalty - Pardy Cal (tripping) 18:30.

Third Period

8. Calgary, Lombardi 8 (Bertuzzi, Cammalleri) 3:05

9. Phoenix, Doan 22 (Jokinen, Jovanovski) 5:17

10. Calgary, Nystrom 3 (Bertuzzi, Boyd) 10:41

11. Phoenix, Tikhonov 4 (Yandle, Lindstrom) 13:44 (pp)

12. Phoenix, Tikhonov 5 (Fedoruk, Winnik) 16:48

Penalties - Cammalleri Cal, Winnik Pho (roughing) 4:44, Lombardi Cal (hooking) 11:53, Phaneuf Cal, Carcillo Pho (roughing) 13:44.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 15 21 9-45

Phoenix 20 8 9-37

Goal - Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,33-15-4); Phoenix: Bryzgalov (L,19-23-4).

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

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Gord Dwyer. Linesmen - Scott Driscoll, Ryan Galloway.

Attendance - 16,981 (17,125).

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Blue Jackets 5 at Hurricanes 1

First Period

1. Columbus, Commodore 5 (Peca, Boll) 9:26

Penalty - Malhotra Clb (hooking) 10:51.

Second Period

2. Columbus, Huselius 15 (Russell, Nash) 9:14 (pp)

Penalties - Ruutu Car (hooking) 3:58, Wallin Car (hooking) 8:00, Nash Clb (hooking) 18:47.

Third Period

3. Columbus, Umberger 17 (Tyutin, Huselius) 2:25 (pp)

4. Carolina, Seidenberg 3, 6:29

5. Columbus, Malhotra 7 (Nash, Hejda) 10:36

6. Columbus, Huselius 16 (Nash, Malhotra) 16:19 (en)

Penalties - Ruutu Car (high-sticking) 1:05, Eaves Car (slashing) 2:13, Voracek Clb (slashing) 7:27.

Shots on goal by

Columbus 4 9 7-20

Carolina 9 9 9-27

Goal - Columbus: Mason (W,21-12-2); Carolina: Ward (L,21-18-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Columbus: 2-4; Carolina: 0-3.

Referees - Dean Morton, Wes McCauley. Linesmen - Steve Barton, Anthony Sericolo.

Attendance - 18,680 (18,680).

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Capitals 5 at Lightning 1

First Period

1. Washington, Semin 21 (Backstrom) 5:02

2. Washington, Ovechkin 38 (Semin, Backstrom) 13:21

3. Washington, Morrisonn 2 (Steckel, B.Gordon) 19:20

Penalties - Semin Wash (hooking) 10:15, Ovechkin Wash (interference) 19:29.

Second Period

4. Washington, Green 22 (Semin) 5:33 (pp)

5. Tampa Bay, Malone 19 (Lecavalier) 9:30

Penalties - Halpern TB (hooking) 4:45, Green Wash (hooking) 14:08, Tampa Bay bench (too many men; served by Artyukhin) 16:34, Melichar TB (hooking) 18:19.

Third Period

6. Washington, Fehr 8 (Fleischmann) 13:31

Penalty - Smaby TB (roughing) 9:42.

Shots on goal by

Washington 12 12 8-32

Tampa Bay 14 14 4-32

Goal (shots-saves) - Washington: Neuvirth (W,1-0-0); Tampa Bay: McKenna (L,2-2-1)(12-9), Ramo (start second)(20-18).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Washington: 1-4; Tampa Bay: 0-3.

Referees - Brian Pochmara, Tom Kowal. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance - 17,249 (19,758).

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Islanders 1 at Flyers 5

First Period

1. Philadelphia, Giroux 2 (Upshall, Alberts) 5:00

2. Philadelphia, Hartnell 21 (Carter, Lupul) 5:44

Penalties - Jackman NYI, Asham Pha (fighting) 5:06, Upshall Pha (roughing) 14:07.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Third Period

3. N.Y. Islanders, Hilbert 10 (Hillen, Bergenheim) 6:15

4. Philadelphia, Metropolit 3, 9:10

5. Philadelphia, Upshall 7 (Asham) 9:23

6. Philadelphia, S.Gagne 22, 10:17

Penalties - Witt NYI (hooking) 14:51, Carter Pha (hooking) 16:39.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Islanders 16 11 12-39

Philadelphia 17 7 10-34

Goal - N.Y. Islanders: Danis (L,4-7-2); Philadelphia: Biron (W,16-11-5).

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

Referees - Eric Furlatt, Mike Hasenfratz. Linesmen - David Brisebois, Michel Cormier.

Attendance - 19,789 (19,537).

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Bruins 2 at Predators 3 (SO)

First Period

1. Nashville, Legwand 13 (Tootoo, Suter) 14:24

Penalty - Wheeler Bos (interference) 18:02.

Second Period

2. Nashville, Legwand 14 (J.Ward) 12:24 (sh)

3. Boston, Wheeler 16 (Krejci, Sobotka) 13:25

Penalties - Hamhuis Nash (high-sticking) 1:38, Suter Nash (delay of game) 7:17, Sullivan Nash (hooking) 9:24, Yelle Bos (interference) 9:51, Erat Nash (holding) 10:25, Ference Bos (slashing) 18:37.

Third Period

4. Boston, Chara 13 (Bergeron, Wideman) 18:44

Penalties - Stuart Bos (slashing) 4:31, A.Ward Bos (holding) 6:45.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalty - Hnidy Bos (holding) 1:23.

Shootout

Nashville wins 2-1

Boston (1) - Wheeler, goal; Bergeron, miss; Axelsson, miss; Kessel, miss.

Nashville (2) - Fiddler, miss; Sullivan, miss; Erat, goal; Legwand, goal.

Shots on goal by

Boston 6 10 8 1-25

Nashville 11 6 10 4-31

Goal - Boston: Fernandez (L,14-3-3); Nashville: Rinne (W,16-9-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Boston: 0-4; Nashville: 0-5.

Referees - Marc Joannette, Rob Martell. Linesmen - Brian Mach, Don Henderson.

Attendance - 17,113 (17,113).

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Stars 2 at Blackhawks 6

First Period

1. Chicago, Brouwer 8 (Toews, Kane) 13:22

Penalties - Keith Chi (tripping) 3:36, Barch Dal (interference) 6:04, Lundqvist Dal (slashing) 16:57.

Second Period

2. Chicago, Havlat 18 (Toews, Campbell) 4:06

3. Chicago, Havlat 19 (Bolland) 11:46

Penalty - Petersen Dal (hooking) 6:04.

Third Period

4. Chicago, Toews 18 (Brouwer, Kane) 0:42

5. Chicago, Fraser 5 (Wisniewski, Byfuglien) 2:19

6. Dallas, Brunnstrom 12 (Modano, Neal) 4:40

7. Dallas, Sutherby 7 (Eriksson, Daley) 14:08

8. Chicago, Versteeg 16 (Ladd, Havlat) 19:55

Penalties - Lundqvist Dal (slashing) 6:03, Sutherby Dal, Eager Chi (misconduct) 14:08.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 6 6 6-18

Chicago 15 12 9-36

Goal (shots-saves) - Dallas: Turco (L,26-19-7)(27-24), Krahn (start third)(9-6); Chicago: Huet (W,14-10-3).

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

Referees - Chris Rooney, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen - Jean Morin, Andy McElman.

Attendance - 22,704 (20,500).

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