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Sunday's NHL scoring summaries

Flames 1 at Red Wings 3

First Period

1. Detroit, Datsyuk 2, 1:02

2. Detroit, Lidstrom 2 (Schneider) 3:50 (pp)

Penalties - Warrener Cal (hooking) 2:15, Conroy Cal (high-sticking) 2:55, Hale Cal (interference) 4:56, Stuart Cal (cross-checking) 6:10, Warrener Cal (cross-checking) 8:13, Schneider Det (interference) 13:02, Draper Det (hooking) 14:41.

Second Period

3. Calgary, Phaneuf 1 (Huselius, Hamrlik) 2:42 (pp)

Penalties - Samuelsson Det (tripping) 1:09, Calder Det (high-sticking) 9:29.

Third Period

4. Detroit, Filppula 2 (Franzen, Hudler) 6:05

Penalties - Holmstrom Det (hooking) 12:09, Yelle Cal (hooking) 14:37, Hale Cal (holding) 16:01, Hale Cal (elbowing) 18:19, Chelios Det (tripping) 19:49.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 8 3 4-15

Detroit 23 12 16-51

Goal - Calgary: Kiprusoff (L,0-2); Detroit: Hasek (W,2-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 1-5; Detroit: 1-8.

Referees - Paul Devorski, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen - Greg Devorski, Thor Nelson.

Attendance - 19,751 (20,058).

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Senators 4 at Penguins 2

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Roberts 2 (Crosby, Armstrong) 0:52

2. Ottawa, McAmmond 1 (Preissing, Eaves) 18:04

Penalties - Malkin Pgh (tripping) 7:33, Scuderi Pgh (holding) 11:25, Heatley Ott (cross-checking) 12:25, Fisher Ott (holding) 15:50.

Second Period

3. Ottawa, Comrie 2 (Fisher, Corvo) 2:13

4. Ottawa, Alfredsson 2 (Redden, Heatley) 7:20 (pp)

5. Ottawa, Alfredsson 3 (McAmmond, Emery) 17:12

Penalties - Spezza Ott (roughing), Roberts Pgh (roughing) 4:19, Malkin Pgh (hooking) 5:53, McAmmond Ott, Talbot Pgh (fighting) 9:04, Comrie Ott (holding) 15:12.

Third Period

6. Pittsburgh, Crosby 3 (Malkin, Recchi) 14:40

Penalties - Schubert Ott (slashing) 6:58, Alfredsson Ott (roughing), Armstrong Pgh (roughing) 10:06, Schubert Ott (boarding), Whitney Pgh (roughing) 16:53, Phillips Ott, Malkin Pgh (roughing) 18:43.

Shots on goal by

Ottawa 9 12 4-25

Pittsburgh 7 5 7-19

Goal - Ottawa: Emery (W,2-1); Pittsburgh: Fleury (L,1-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Ottawa: 1-3; Pittsburgh: 0-4.

Referees - Tim Peel, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Brian Murphy.

Attendance - 17,132 (16,958).

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Canucks 2 at Stars 1 (OT)

First Period

No scoring.

Penalties - Boucher Dal (delay of game) 0:57, Sedin Vcr (hooking) 1:43, Bieksa Vcr (high-sticking) 6:12, Burrows Vcr (roughing), Krajicek Vcr (high-sticking), Ott Dal (roughing), Morrow Dal (holding) 12:47.

Second Period

1. Dallas, Barnes 1 (Robidas, Boucher) 13:09

Penalties - Ott Dal (roughing) 3:16, Ohlund Vcr (hooking) 3:38, Burrows Vcr (holding the stick) 11:13, Miettinen Dal (high-sticking) 14:54.

Third Period

2. Vancouver, Bulis 1 (Hansen, Morrison) 5:18

Penalty - Bieksa Vcr (interference) 1:10.

Overtime

3. Vancouver, Pyatt 1 (Smolinski, Linden) 7:47

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Vancouver 7 12 15 3-37

Dallas 10 11 4 5-30

Goal - Vancouver: Luongo (W,2-1); Dallas: Turco (L,1-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Vancouver: 0-3; Dallas: 1-5.

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen - Steve Barton, Jean Morin.

Attendance - 18,532 (18,532).

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Ducks 2 at Wild 1

First Period

1. Anaheim, McDonald 1 (Pronger) 16:05 (pp)

Penalties - Gaborik Min (hooking) 4:49, Niedermayer Ana (hooking) 7:16, Walz Min (holding) 14:57, Shannon Ana (hooking) 16:57.

Second Period

No Scoring

Penalties - Getzlaf Ana (tripping) 4:22, Rolston Min (hooking) 10:31, Kunitz Ana (tripping) 14:21, Selanne Ana (goaltender interference), Backstrom Min (diving) 17:47.

Third Period

2. Anaheim, R.Niedermayer 1 (Pronger) 9:43

3. Minnesota, Nummelin 1 (Bouchard) 19:21 (pp)

Penalties - Hall Min (tripping) 0:14, Moen Ana (roughing), Pahlsson Ana (roughing), Radivojevic Min (roughing) 18:39.

Shots on goal by

Anaheim 7 6 6-19

Minnesota 6 8 6-20

Goal - Anaheim: Bryzgalov (W,3-0); Minnesota: Backstom (L,0-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Anaheim: 1-4; Minnesota: 1-5.

Referees - Wes McCauley, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance - 19,224 (19,224).

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