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Sunday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Sunday's NHL games:

Flyers 1 at Penguins 7

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Malkin 40 (Sykora) 4:33

2. Pittsburgh, Sykora 24 (Dupuis, Malkin) 8:38

Penalties - Pittsburgh bench (too many men; served by Sykora) 0:52, Whitney Pgh (roughing) 4:42, Cote Pha, Malone Pgh (fighting) 10:39, Sykora Pgh (high-sticking) 19:17.

Second Period

3. Pittsburgh, Kennedy 10 (Talbot, Gill) 4:15

4. Philadelphia, Knuble 27 (Thoresen) 12:43

5. Pittsburgh, Malkin 41 (Sykora, Malone) 14:54

6. Pittsburgh, Hossa 27 (Gonchar, Dupuis) 15:25

Penalties - Thoresen Pha (roughing) 9:21, Coburn Pha (interference) 16:55.

Third Period

7. Pittsburgh, Sykora 25 (Malkin, Malone) 9:00

8. Pittsburgh, Gill 3 (Dupuis, Staal) 15:38

Penalties - Thoresen Pha (tripping) 2:52, Richards Pha (charging, misconduct), Minard Pgh (misconduct) 11:44, Hartnell Pha (roughing) 17:13.

Shots on goal by

Philadelphia 6 9 10-25

Pittsburgh 4 16 16-36

Goal (shots-saves) - Philadelphia: Biron (L,25-19-8)(8-5), Niittymaki (4:15 second)(28-24); Pittsburgh: Fleury (W,13-9-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Philadelphia: 0-3; Pittsburgh: 0-5.

Referees - Kevin Pollock, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen - Pierre Champoux, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance - 17,132 (16,940).

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Flames 4 at Blackhawks 2

First Period

1. Calgary, Aucoin 9 (Tanguay, Nolan) 1:51 (pp)

2. Chicago, Toews 20 (Kane, Williams) 10:25 (pp)

Penalties - Keith Chi (hooking) 1:18, Nystrom Cal, Burish Chi (fighting) 3:10, Nolan Cal (hooking) 9:59.

Second Period

3. Calgary, Iginla 45, 1:13

4. Calgary, Huselius 24 (Nolan, Regehr) 4:54

5. Calgary, Phaneuf 15 (Tanguay) 13:47

Penalties - Iginla Cal (holding) 6:44, Hendry Chi (hooking) 14:40, Eriksson Cal (hooking) 18:23.

Third Period

6. Chicago, Lang 20 (Byfuglien, Wisniewski) 4:41

Penalties - Primeau Cal (slashing) 5:15, Vandermeer Cal (interference) 13:09, Tanguay Cal (hooking) 16:39, Chicago bench (too many men; served by Bourque) 19:16.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 9 13 5-27

Chicago 5 14 17-36

Goal (shots-saves) - Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,35-21-10); Chicago: Lalime (L,15-12-2)(22-18), Khabibulin (start third)(5-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 1-3; Chicago: 1-6.

Referees - Paul Devorski, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen - Don Henderson, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 20,717 (20,500).

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Bruins 1 at Capitals 2 (SO)

First Period

1. Washington, Fedorov 10 (Backstrom, Laich) 18:42 (pp)

Penalties - Ference Bos (holding) 16:55, Ward Bos (high-sticking) 18:16.

Second Period

2. Boston, Kobasew 22 (Lucic, Lashoff) 10:13 (pp)

Penalties - Lepisto Wash (interference) 1:56, Jurcina Wash (hooking) 6:51, Jurcina Wash (double high-sticking) 9:06, Stuart Bos (delay of game) 17:18.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Stuart Bos (tripping), Ovechkin Wash (diving) 13:57.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Washington wins 2-0

Boston (0) - Kobasew, miss; Kessel, miss.

Washington (2) - Semin, goal; Ovechkin, miss; Kozlov, goal.

Shots on goal by

Boston 5 16 17 2-40

Washington 7 13 9 4-33

Goal - Boston: Auld (L,12-13-4); Washington: Huet (W,24-14-6).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Boston: 1-4; Washington: 1-3.

Referees - Greg Kimmerly, Marc Joannette. Linesmen - Tim Nowak, Steve Miller.

Attendance - 18,277 (18,277).

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Senators 1 at Hurricanes 5

First Period

1. Ottawa, Heatley 36 (Spezza, Stillman) 3:16 (pp)

2. Carolina, Eaves 5 (Kaberle, Walker) 7:00 (pp)

3. Carolina, Corvo 10 (Samsonov, Staal) 10:24 (pp)

Penalties - Wallin Car (interference) 2:16, Ruutu Car (hooking) 2:48, Commodore Ott (boarding) 5:44, Lapointe Ott, Conboy Car (fighting) 7:03, Jensen Car (boarding), Donovan Ott (interference) 9:34, Commodore Ott (holding) 10:14.

Second Period

4. Carolina, Walker 12 (Gleason, Staal) 5:54

Penalties - McAmmond Ott (holding) 3:08, Fisher Ott (hooking) 7:14, Bayda Car (boarding) 9:48, Spezza Ott (hooking) 11:09, Volchenkov Ott (interference) 12:18, Heatley Ott (tripping) 19:40.

Third Period

5. Carolina, Corvo 11 (Samsonov, Staal) 2:09 (pp)

6. Carolina, Corvo 12 (Ruutu) 17:50

Penalties - Schubert Ott (delay of game) 1:29, Redden Ott (cross-checking) 5:24, Gleason Car (cross-checking) 10:07, Fisher Ott (tripping) 14:28, Volchenkov Ott, Cole Car, Staal Car (roughing) 14:54.

Shots on goal by

Ottawa 7 3 7-17

Carolina 9 13 10-32

Goal - Ottawa: Gerber (L,27-14-3); Carolina: Ward (W,33-22-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Ottawa: 1-5; Carolina: 3-10.

Referees - Bill McCreary, Rob Martell. Linesmen - Michel Cormier, Tony Sericolo.

Attendance - 18,680 (18,730).

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Red Wings 3 at Blue Jackets 4

First Period

1. Columbus, Malhotra 7 (Nash, Modin) 3:23

Penalties - Peca Clb (hooking) 8:05, Datsyuk Det (interference) 16:58.

Second Period

2. Columbus, Tollefsen 2 (Chimera, Boll) 6:07

3. Columbus, Malhotra 8 (Nash) 7:19

4. Detroit, Kopecky 5 (Ritola, Hartigan) 9:15

5. Columbus, Zherdev 25 (Malhotra, Rome) 11:54

6. Detroit, Franzen 19 (Datsyuk, Zetterberg) 15:11 (pp)

Penalties - Chimera Clb (unsportsmanlike conduct) 9:15, Hainsey Clb (holding stick) 14:33, Lilja Det (interference) 16:38, Hainsey Clb (holding) 17:01.

Third Period

7. Detroit, Franzen 20 (Lidstrom, Datsyuk) 17:58 (pp)

Penalties - Malhotra Clb (hooking) 0:12, Peca Clb (cross-checking) 16:45.

Shots on goal by

Detroit 12 14 20-46

Columbus 4 8 5-17

Goal (shots-saves) - Detroit: Hasek (L,22-9-3)(10-6), Osgood (11:54 second)(7-7); Columbus: Norrena (W,8-14-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Detroit: 2-6; Columbus: 0-2.

Referees - Dennis LaRue, Tim Peel. Linesmen - Mark Shewchyk, Brad Lazarowich.

Attendance - 18,188 (18,136).

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Thrashers 1 at Panthers 3

First Period

1. Florida, Dvorak 6 (Peltonen, Kreps) 2:07

2. Florida, Jokinen 32 (Montador, McLean) 13:38 (pp)

Penalties - Boulton Atl, Belak Fla (fighting) 2:10, Skrastins Fla (tripping) 2:50, McCarthy Atl (hooking) 6:24, Skrastins Fla (hooking) 11:27, Kovalchuk Atl (slashing) 13:31, Kreps Fla (holding) 17:00.

Second Period

3. Atlanta, Kovalchuk 49 (Little, Kwiatkowski) 1:00

Penalties - Boulton Atlanta (roughing, fighting), Mezei Fla (cross-checking, fighting) 4:14, Kwiatkowski Atl (hooking) 6:14, Klee Atl (holding) 17:01, Bouwmeester Fla (hooking) 17:22, Holik Atl (interference) 19:55.

Third Period

4. Florida, Olesz 14 (Jokinen, McLean) 0:17 (pp)

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Atlanta 9 9 12-30

Florida 8 12 5-25

Goal - Atlanta: Hedberg (L,14-12-3); Florida: Vokoun (W,29-26-7).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Atlanta: 0-4; Florida: 2-5.

Referees - Kelly Sutherland, Ian Walsh. Linesmen - Andy McElman, Jonny Murray.

Attendance - 15,704 (19,250).

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Oilers 2 at Sharks 1 (SO)

SAN JOSE, Calif. - NHL Sunday night:

First Period

1. San Jose, Marleau 16 (Pavelski, Campbell) 17:55 (pp)

Penalties - Gagner Edm (hooking) 15:56, Stoll Edm (slashing) 17:17.

Second Period

2. Edmonton, Hemsky 20 (Nilsson, Gagner) 14:06 (pp)

Penalties - Stoll Edm (slashing) 5:43, Shelley SJ (roughing), Rivet SJ (holding) 13:28.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Michalek SJ (closing hand on puck) 8:19, Gilbert Edm (tripping) 13:00, Stoll Edm (hooking) 15:17, Roloson Edm (delay of game; served by Nilsson) 18:31.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Edmonton wins 2-1

Edmonton (2) - Nilsson, goal; Gagner, miss; Hemsky, miss; Pisani, goal.

San Jose (1) - Pavelski, miss; Roenick, miss; Marleau, goal; Cheechoo, miss.

Shots on goal by

Edmonton 6 6 7 4-23

San Jose 19 16 12 2-49

Goal - Edmonton: Roloson (W,10-14-4); San Jose: Nabokov (L,41-20-8).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Edmonton: 1-3; San Jose: 1-6.

Referees - Don Koharski, Dean Warren. Linesmen - Darren Gibbs, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 17,496 (17,496).

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