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Scoring summaries from Thursday's games in the NHL

Canucks 1 at Senators 3

First Period

1. Ottawa, Michalek 19 (Kovalev, Alfredsson) 1:34 (pp)

2. Ottawa, Spezza 12 (Michalek, Alfredsson) 18:03

Penalties - Samuelsson Vcr (high-sticking) 0:52, Kelly Ott (tripping) 10:17, Glass Vcr, Carkner Ott (fighting) 14:29.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Rypien Vcr, Neil Ott (fighting) 18:00.

Third Period

3. Vancouver, Wellwood 6 (Raymond, Demitra) 18:21 (pp)

4. Ottawa, Kelly 11 (Alfredsson, Fisher) 19:19 (en)

Penalties - Burrows Vcr (tripping) 1:19, H.Sedin Vcr (tripping) 8:59, Carkner Ott (holding) 15:10, Volchenkov Ott (slashing) 17:21.

Shots on goal by

Vancouver 3�11�16-30

Ottawa 11 6 4-21

Goal - Vancouver: Raycroft (L,5-4-0); Ottawa: Elliott (W,19-11-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Vancouver: 1-3; Ottawa: 1-3.

Referees - Greg Kimmerly, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen u Jonny Murray, Thor Nelson.

Attendance - 18,803 (19,153).

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Canadiens 3 at Bruins 2 (SO)

First Period

1. Boston, Recchi 11 (Morris, Wideman) 15:48 (pp)

Penalties - Gionta Mtl (hooking) 0:46, Spacek Mtl (interference) 9:13, Markov Mtl (delay of game) 14:27.

Second Period

2. Boston, Wheeler 13 (Krejci, Ryder) 5:25

3. Montreal, Metropolit 11 (Gomez, Markov) 17:06 (pp)

4. Montreal, Hamrlik 6 (S.Kostitsyn, Gomez) 17:45

Penalty - Hunwick Bos (hooking) 16:08.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Moen Mtl (hooking) 5:06, Krejci Bos (high-sticking) 6:59, Lapierre Mtl (boarding) 16:18.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalty - Hamrlik Mtl (tripping) 1:19.

Shootout

Montreal wins 1-0

Montreal (1) - Plekanec, miss; Gomez, miss; Gionta, goal.

Boston (0) - Krejci, miss; Ryder, miss; Savard, miss.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 5 9 7 4-25

Boston �15�17�10 5-47

Goal - Montreal: Halak (W,16-8-2); Boston: Rask (L,10-7-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 1-2; Boston: 1-6.

Referees - Steve Kozari, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Shane Heyer, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance - 17,565 (17,565).

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Oilers 2 at Wild 4

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Horcoff Edm (tripping) 4:07, Grebeshkov Edm (high-sticking) 12:03, Scott Min (roughing) 18:33.

Second Period

1. Minnesota, Havlat 12 (Johnsson) 1:19

2. Edmonton, Comrie 6 (Gagner, Visnovsky) 6:41 (pp)

Penalties - Nolan Min (tripping) 4:28, Zidlicky Min (cross-checking) 5:48, Jacques Edm (slashing) 9:50.

Third Period

3. Minnesota, Miettinen 16 (Koivu, Brunette) 3:41

4. Edmonton, Pouliot 2 (Stortini, Jacques) 8:41

5. Minnesota, Latendresse 18 (Brodziak) 12:12

6. Minnesota, Havlat 13 (Latendresse) 17:24

Penalty - Zanon Min (tripping) 12:23.

Shots on goal by

Edmonton 10 7�15-32

Minnesota 15 7�14-36

Goal (shots-saves) - Edmonton: Deslauriers (L,11-17-3); Minnesota: Harding (23-21), Khudobin (W,1-0-0)(10:27 third)(9-9).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Edmonton: 1-4; Minnesota: 0-3.

Referees - Frederick L'Ecuyer, Stephen Walkom. Linesmen - Ryan Galloway, Steve Miller.

Attendance - 18,168 (18,064).

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Capitals 6 at Rangers 5

First Period

1. N.Y. Rangers, Callahan 14 (Jokinen, Prospal) 8:58 (pp)

2. Washington, B.Gordon 3 (Steckel, Bradley) 16:40

3. N.Y. Rangers, Prospal 10 (Gaborik, Staal) 16:50

Penalties - Fleischmann Wash (interference) 8:20, Christensen NYR (hooking) 19:38.

Second Period

4. Washington, Knuble 20 (Backstrom, Ovechkin) 4:41

5. Washington, Ovechkin 37 (Backstrom) 7:16 (pp)

6. N.Y. Rangers, Jokinen 12 (Prospal, Del Zotto) 12:19 (pp)

7. N.Y. Rangers, Prospal 11 (Callahan, Gaborik) 12:59 (pp)

8. N.Y. Rangers, Dubinsky 12 (Gilroy, Lundqvist) 18:48 (pp)

9. Washington, Ovechkin 38 (Backstrom) 19:51

Penalties - Jokinen NYR (slashing) 6:11, Jokinen NYR (holding) 9:24, Knuble Wash (hooking) 11:55, Chimera Wash (delay of game) 12:49, Backstrom Wash (tripping) 12:52, Drury NYR (interference) 13:48, Semin Wash (tripping) 17:15.

Third Period

10. Washington, Poti 3 (Backstrom, Fleischmann) 0:59 (pp)

11. Washington, Backstrom 24 (Fleischmann, Knuble) 5:34 (pp)

Penalties - Del Zotto NYR (high-sticking) 0:23, Morrisonn Wash (interference) 3:05, Jokinen NYR (hooking) 4:28, Girardi NYR (holding) 9:17, Girardi NYR (interference) 15:43, Dubinsky NYR (boarding) 17:30.

Shots on goal by

Washington 6�18 8-32

N.Y. Rangers 18�14 6-38

Goal - Washington: Theodore (W,19-7-4); N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (L,22-21-6).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Washington: 3-9; N.Y. Rangers: 4-6.

Referees - Eric Furlatt, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen - Jean Morin, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 18,200 (18,200).

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Stars 1 at Blue Jackets 2

First Period

1. Columbus, Stralman 5 (Modin, Umberger) 15:00

Penalty - Brassard Clb (tripping) 7:26.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Third Period

2. Columbus, Umberger 19 (Nash, Tyutin) 18:52 (en)

3. Dallas, Richards 17 (Eriksson, Ott) 19:13

Penalties - Boll Clb (interference) 10:23, Umberger Clb (slashing) 16:36.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 9 6 8-23

Columbus 7�12 7-26

Goal - Dallas: Turco (L,16-15-8); Columbus: Mason (W,14-18-6).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 0-3; Columbus: 0-0.

Referees - Chris Lee, Rob Martell. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Don Henderson.

Attendance - 14,028 (18,144).

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Islanders 2 at Lightning 5

First Period

1. Tampa Bay, Stamkos 30 (Foster, St. Louis) 14:15 (pp)

2. N.Y. Islanders, Moulson 21 (Gervais) 15:26

Penalties - Foster TB (cross-checking) 0:23, Kohn NYI (interference) 13:29, Hedman TB (hooking) 19:21.

Second Period

3. N.Y. Islanders, Sim 8 (Weight, Park) 9:12

4. Tampa Bay, St. Louis 18 (Stamkos, Downie) 9:37

5. Tampa Bay, Lecavalier 15 (Tanguay, Hedman) 10:13

Penalties - MacDonald NYI (holding) 13:50, Sutton NYI (holding) 18:17.

Third Period

6. Tampa Bay, Stamkos 31 (Downie, Lundin) 11:49

7. Tampa Bay, Tanguay 9 (Veilleux, Lecavalier) 19:22 (en)

Penalties - Halpern TB (tripping) 3:20, Lundin TB (closing hand on puck) 14:31.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Islanders 14�16 6-36

Tampa Bay 10�15 6-31

Goal - N.Y. Islanders: Roloson (L,19-11-6); Tampa Bay: Niittymaki (W,14-9-5).

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

Referees - Dennis LaRue, Brian Pochmara. Linesmen - Pierre Champoux, Vaughan Rody.

Attendance - 13,891 (19,758).

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Thursday's XXXday's NHL scoring summaries

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Scoring summaries from XXXday's games in the NHL:

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Sharks 4 at Blues 2

First Period

1. San Jose, Marleau 38 (Thornton, Heatley) 0:21

2. San Jose, Clowe 14 (Nichol, Ortmeyer) 7:53

3. St. Louis, Berglund 8 (Kariya, Oshie) 9:46 (pp)

Penalties - Malhotra SJ (interference) 8:59, McClement StL (interference) 11:19.

Second Period

4. San Jose, Setoguchi 14 (Clowe, Demers) 16:54 (pp)

Penalties - Ortmeyer SJ (tripping) 6:42, Boyes StL (slashing) 15:23.

Third Period

5. St. Louis, Steen 13 (Colaiacovo, Berglund) 8:39

6. San Jose, Nichol 3 (Ortmeyer, Huskins) 15:12

Penalties - Staubitz SJ (tripping) 2:56, Colaiacovo StL (delay of game) 12:37, Mitchell SJ, Backes StL (roughing) 18:37, San Jose bench (too many men; served by Clowe) 19:42.

Shots on goal by

San Jose 11 7�13-31

St. Louis 12�10�15-37

Goal - San Jose: Greiss (W,6-3-0); St. Louis: Conklin (L,8-8-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - San Jose: 1-3; St. Louis: 1-4.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Greg Devorski.

Attendance - 19,150 (19,150).

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Avalanche 3 at Predators 5

First Period

1. Colorado, McLeod 7 (Stewart, R.Wilson) 16:39

Penalties - None.

Second Period

2. Nashville, Hornqvist 22 (Arnott, Dumont) 6:46 (pp)

3. Nashville, Ward 10 (Smithson, Legwand) 7:49

4. Colorado, Duchene 18 (Cumiskey, Liles) 13:59 (pp)

5. Nashville, Arnott 14 (Sullivan, Hornqvist) 14:22

6. Nashville, Hornqvist 23 (Arnott, Weber) 19:19 (pp)

Penalties - Quincey Col (holding) 4:39, Stastny Col (delay of game) 5:27, Legwand Nash (high-sticking) 13:37, Anderson Col (roughing; served by Yip), Dumont Nash (slashing) 18:09, Liles Col (holding) 18:39.

Third Period

7. Nashville, Sullivan 11 (Weber, Arnott) 10:31 (pp)

8. Colorado, Mercier 1 (Durno) 18:42

Penalties - Yip Col (holding stick) 1:52, Ward Nash (slashing) 7:10, Duchene Col (broken stick) 8:46, Sullivan Nash (hooking) 13:06.

Shots on goal by

Colorado �8 8�10-26

Nashville 14�15 7-36

Goal - Colorado: Anderson (L,27-15-5); Nashville: Rinne (W,20-10-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Colorado: 1-3; Nashville: 3-5.

Referees - Brad Meier, Ian Walsh. Linesmen - Steve Barton, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 17,113 (17,113).

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Ducks 4 at Kings 6

First Period

1. Anaheim, Blake 11 (Koivu, Selanne) 5:40

2. Los Angeles, Kopitar 25 (Simmonds, Richardson) 18:54

Penalties - Parros Ana, Ivanans LA (fighting) 1:50, Moller LA (interference) 2:22.

Second Period

3. Los Angeles, Simmonds 14 (Kopitar, Smyth) 1:04

4. Los Angeles, Handzus 13 (Frolov, Johnson) 17:00 (pp)

Penalty - Eminger Ana (tripping) 15:15.

Third Period

5. Los Angeles, Johnson 6 (Frolov, Handzus) 1:44

6. Anaheim, Bodie 3 (Getzlaf, Whitney) 3:11

7. Anaheim, Beleskey 6 (Getzlaf, Perry) 5:12

8. Anaheim, Carter 2 (Marchant, Blake) 9:35

9. Los Angeles, D.Brown 14 (Kopitar, Johnson) 14:28

10. Los Angeles, Kopitar 26 (Handzus, Johnson) 19:33 (pp)

Penalty - Getzlaf Ana (tripping) 18:55.

Shots on goal by

Anaheim 13 4 5-22

Los Angeles 11 4�16-31

Goal - Anaheim: Hiller (L,23-16-2); Los Angeles: Quick (W,33-16-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Anaheim: 0-1; Los Angeles: 2-2.

Referees - Bill McCreary, Dean Morton. Linesmen - Brad Kovachik, Lyle Seitz.

Attendance - 18,118 (18,118).

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