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Sunday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Sunday's NHL games:

Oilers 4 at Thrashers 2

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Holik Atl (delay of game) 2:25, Tarnstrom Edm (double high-sticking) 8:09, Exelby Atl (tripping) 18:27, Horcoff Edm (tripping) 19:18.

Second Period

1. Edmonton, Penner 15 (Hemsky, Horcoff) 6:38 (pp)

2. Atlanta, Kozlov 14 (Perrin, Kwiatkowski) 14:49

3. Edmonton, Gagner 4 (Staios, Nilsson) 15:54

Penalties - Tarnstrom Edm (hooking) 1:11, Kozlov Atl (tripping) 5:57, Enstrom Atl (delay of game) 7:46, Tarnstrom Edm (closing hand on puck) 12:47.

Third Period

4. Edmonton, Gilbert 8 (Hemsky, Horcoff) 4:20

5. Edmonton, Nilsson 6 (Cogliano, Staios) 13:57

6. Atlanta, Hossa 21 (Enstrom, Perrin) 18:40

Penalty - Staios Edm (hooking) 14:36.

Shots on goal by

Edmonton 7 10 7-24

Atlanta 12 9 10-31

Goal - Edmonton: Roloson (W,8-12-4); Atlanta: Lehtonen (L,9-11-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Edmonton: 1-4; Atlanta: 0-6.

Referees - Chris Lee, Rob Shick. Linesmen - Jean Morin, Mark Pare.

Attendance - 16,683 (18,545).

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Maple Leafs 2 at Devils 3

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalty - Wozniewski Tor (tripping) 6:20.

Second Period

1. New Jersey, Zajac 11 (Rachunek, Oduya) 17:28

2. New Jersey, Madden 13 (Z.Parise, C.White) 19:47

Penalties - Steen Tor (throwing stick) 7:15, Rupp NJ (kneeing) 12:00, Rachunek NJ (hooking) 14:39.

Third Period

3. New Jersey, Madden 14 (Martin, Langenbrunner) 3:54

4. Toronto, Tucker 6 (Tlusty, I.White) 4:54

5. Toronto, Kubina 4, 8:29

Penalty - Stralman Tor (tripping) 15:11.

Shots on goal by

Toronto 10 13 13-36

New Jersey 16 11 5-32

Goal - Toronto: Raycroft (L,2-8-4); New Jersey: Brodeur (W,25-15-2).

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

Referees - Dan O'Rourke, Eric Furlatt. Linesmen - Derek Nansen, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance - 15,291 (17,625).

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Senators 1 at Flyers 6

First Period

1. Philadelphia, Coburn 3 (Upshall, Hatcher) 1:37

2. Philadelphia, Hartnell 16 (Carter, Umberger) 13:16 (pp)

Penalties - McGrattan Ott, Cote Pha (fighting) 2:54, Volchenkov Ott (tripping) 3:26, Knuble Pha (holding) 9:37, Meszaros Ott (holding stick) 11:30.

Second Period

3. Philadelphia, Upshall 7 (Richards, Downie) 0:44

4. Philadelphia, Umberger 8 (Gagne, Briere) 3:50

5. Ottawa, Kelly 8 (Robitaille, Redden) 7:27

Penalties - Spezza Ott (hooking) 13:49, Vermette Ott (slashing) 16:34.

Third Period

6. Philadelphia, Kapanen 4 (Gagne, Coburn) 3:49 (sh)

7. Philadelphia, Upshall 8 (Cote, Coburn) 17:52 (pp)

Penalties - Carter Pha (hooking) 2:54, Meszaros Ott (slashing) 6:12, Upshall Pha (tripping) 9:21, Neil Ott (slashing) 16:21, Fisher Ott (tripping) 17:17, Donovan Ott, Vandermeer Pha (fighting) 19:19.

Shots on goal by

Ottawa 9 10 7-26

Philadelphia 8 6 7-21

Goal (shots-saves) - Ottawa: Gerber (L,21-8-1)(14-10), Emery (20:00 third)(7-5); Philadelphia: Niittymaki (W,9-4-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Ottawa: 0-3; Philadelphia: 2-7.

Referees - Brad Meier, Tim Peel. Linesmen - Scott Driscoll, Andy McElman.

Attendance - 19,472 (19,519).

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Bruins 3 at Rangers 1

First Period

1. Boston, Kobasew 17 (Chara, Savard) 17:53

Penalties - Ward Bos (hooking) 9:13, Girardi NYR (boarding) 13:39, Metropolit Bos (holding) 16:08.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Gomez NYR (hooking) 7:23, Metropolit Bos (interference) 11:17, Jagr NYR (hooking) 16:16.

Third Period

2. Boston, Metropolit 8 (Lucic, Kobasew) 2:04

3. Boston, Kessel 12 (Savard) 17:01

4. N.Y. Rangers, Dubinsky 6 (Dawes, Prucha) 19:16

Penalty - Hnidy Bos (holding) 6:13.

Shots on goal by

Boston 4 7 9-20

N.Y. Rangers 12 11 8-31

Goal - Boston: Thomas (W,15-11-3); N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (L,20-18-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Boston: 0-3; N.Y. Rangers: 0-4.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Paul Devorski. Linesmen - Greg Devorski, Pat Dapuzzo.

Attendance - 18,200 (18,200).

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Ducks 2 at Stars 5

First Period

1. Dallas, Robidas 2, 9:28 (pp)

Penalties - Ribeiro Dal (roughing, unsportsmanlike conduct), Morrow Dal, O'Donnell Ana (roughing) 4:21, Getzlaf Ana (roughing) 5:31, Bertuzzi Ana (high-sticking, unsportsmanlike conduct) 8:27, Morrow Dal (hooking) 15:27.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Dallas bench (too many men; served by Eriksson) 10:50, Miettinen Dal (slashing) 14:01, Carter Ana (hooking) 18:41.

Third Period

2. Dallas, Morrow 18 (Ribeiro, Niskanen) 3:18

3. Dallas, Hagman 17 (Barnes, Norstrom) 7:59 (sh)

4. Anaheim, Schneider 6 (Weight, Kunitz) 8:45 (pp)

5. Dallas, Morrow 19 (Ribeiro, Miettinen) 8:58

6. Anaheim, Getzlaf 19 (Perry) 13:10

7. Dallas, Hagman 18 (Lundqvist, Halpern) 17:51 (en)

Penalties - Halpern Dal (interference) 6:58, Weight Ana (hooking) 10:03.

Shots on goal by

Anaheim 5 4 11-20

Dallas 10 10 7-27

Goal - Anaheim: Giguere (L,21-12-4); Dallas: Turco (W,19-10-4).

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

Referees - Gord Dwyer, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Ryan Galloway, Vaughan Rody.

Attendance - 18,461 (18,532).

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Blue Jackets 1 at Avalanche 3

First Period

1. Colorado, Finger 4 (Hlinka, Laperriere) 17:56

Penalties - McCormick Col, Chimera Clb (roughing), Tollefsen Clb, McLeod Col (fighting) 8:54, Hejduk Col (hooking), Modin Clb (tripping) 13:37, Methot Clb (hooking) 14:04.

Second Period

2. Colorado, Guite 4 (Jones, Laperriere) 7:40

Penalties - Modin Clb (hooking) 0:12, Arnason Col (high-sticking) 11:06, Finger Col (interference) 13:58, Glencross Clb (hooking) 16:54.

Third Period

3. Colorado, Arnason 4 (Wolski, Svatos) 3:33

4. Columbus, Modin 1 (Nash, Brassard) 4:13

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Columbus 7 9 11-27

Colorado 7 16 4-27

Goal - Columbus: Leclaire (L,17-9-3); Colorado: Theodore (W,12-10-2).

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

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Wes McCauley. Linesmen - Lyle Seitz, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 17,197 (18,007).

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