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Sunday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Sunday's NHL games:

Panthers 5 at Canadiens 6 (SO)

First Period

1. Florida, McLean 3 (Matthias, Bouwmeester) 12:57

2. Florida, Booth 16 (McCabe, Weiss) 18:09 (pp)

Penalties - Frolik Fla (playing with broken stick) 7:36, Gorges Mtl (tripping) 17:04, Lapierre Mtl (delay of game) 17:24.

Second Period

3. Montreal, Bouillon 3 (Lang) 1:50

4. Montreal, A.Kostitsyn 10 (S.Kostitsyn) 2:18

5. Montreal, Kostopoulos 3 (Latendresse, Brisebois) 13:27

6. Montreal, Lang 12 (S.Kostitsyn, Komisarek) 15:33

Penalties - McLean Fla (hooking) 4:30, Pacioretty Mtl (hooking) 4:47, Boynton Fla (interference) 8:09, Bouwmeester Fla (cross-checking) 10:19, Markov Mtl (cross-checking) 18:42, Stillman Fla, Komisarek Mtl (high-sticking) 20:00.

Third Period

7. Florida, Dvorak 5 2:21 (sh)

8. Montreal, A.Kostitsyn 11 3:58

9. Florida, Cullimore 1 (Horton, Booth) 9:22

10. Florida, Dvorak 6, 18:22

Penalties - Peltonen Fla (tripping) 1:12, Plekanec Mtl (tripping) 5:28, D'Agostini Mtl (delay of game) 14:56.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - McCabe Fla, Kovalev Mtl (slashing) 4:19.

Shootout

Montreal wins 1-0

Florida (0) - Stillman, miss; Horton, miss; Frolik, miss.

Montreal (1) - Kovalev, miss; A.Kostitsyn, miss; Markov, goal.

Shots on goal by

Florida 14 5 11 5-35

Montreal 11 19 11 4-45

Goal - Florida: Anderson (L,9-4-5); Montreal: Halak (W,6-6-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Florida: 1-6; Montreal: 0-5.

Referees - Dan O'Halloran, Frederick L'Ecuyer. Linesmen - Steve Barton, Michel Cormier.

Attendance - 21,273.

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Senators 3 at Devils 4 (OT)

First Period

1. Ottawa, Foligno 6 (Vermette, Lee) 2:10 (pp)

2. New Jersey, Zubrus 9 (Gionta, Elias) 19:19

Penalties - Zubrus NJ (hooking) 0:15, Neil Ott (fighting), Clarkson NJ (unsportsmanlike conduct, fighting; served by Rupp) 9:39, Ruutu Ott (roughing) 12:49.

Second Period

3. Ottawa, Bell 2 (Spezza, Alfredsson) 3:50 (pp)

4. New Jersey, Zubrus 10 (Elias, Gionta) 11:15

Penalties - Greene NJ (holding stick) 3:05, Alfredsson Ott (holding) 5:51, Vermette Ott (cross-checking) 12:09, Holik NJ (cross-checking) 16:23.

Third Period

5. Ottawa, Kelly 4 (Vermette, Winchester) 7:14

6. New Jersey, Langenbrunner 7 (Oduya) 16:20 (pp)

Penalties - Zubrus NJ (hooking) 4:46, Bell Ott (hooking) 14:40.

Overtime

7. New Jersey, Rolston 6 (Oduya, Zajac) 1:43 (pp)

Penalties - Phillips Ott (holding) 0:19, Foligno Ott (abuse of officials) 1:43.

Shots on goal by

Ottawa 7 10 3 0-20

New Jersey 9 14 8 4-35

Goal - Ottawa: Auld (L,9-10-5); New Jersey: Clemmensen (W,15-6-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Ottawa: 2-5; New Jersey: 2-5.

Referees - Dean Morton, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Jonny Murray, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 14,798 (17,625).

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Flames 2 at Blackhawks 5

First Period

1. Chicago, Havlat 11 (Keith, Ladd) 3:26

Penalties - Giordano Cal, Fraser Chi (fighting) 9:41, Aucoin Cal (hooking) 10:38, Byfuglien Chi (hooking) 13:38.

Second Period

2. Calgary, Bertuzzi 11 (Phaneuf, Bourque) 1:09

3. Chicago, Ladd 8 (Havlat, Keith) 14:07

4. Chicago, Versteeg 12, 15:26 (sh)

5. Chicago, Byfuglien 8 (Sharp) 19:58 (pp)

Penalties - Ro.Regehr Cal, Eager Chi (fighting) 7:37, Roy Cal, Walker Chi (fighting) 7:41, Bertuzzi Cal (interference) 8:52, Conroy Cal (hooking) 11:34, Johnson Chi (tripping) 15:05, Conroy Cal (cross-checking) 19:48.

Third Period

6. Calgary, Langkow 12 (Iginla, Bertuzzi) 6:23 (pp)

7. Chicago, Sharp 20 (Brouwer, C.Adams) 18:19 (en)

Penalties - Eager Chi (cross-checking) 5:39, Giordano Cal (cross-checking) 9:21, Roy Cal (roughing), Byfuglien Chi (roughing, game misconduct) 19:30.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 11 5 20-36

Chicago 11 17 8-36

Goal (shots-saves) - Calgary: Kiprusoff (L,23-11-3)(28-24), McElhinney (start third)(7-7); Chicago: Khabibulin (W,12-2-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 1-3; Chicago: 1-5.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Kerry Fraser. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Darren Gibbs.

Attendance - 22,146 (20,500).

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Stars 3 at Canucks 2 (SO)

First Period

1. Vancouver, Wellwood 14 (Bernier) 2:11

2. Vancouver, Hordichuk 4 (Jaffray, Bolduc) 15:40

3. Dallas, Modano 13 (Neal, Eriksson) 19:50

Penalties - None.

Second Period

4. Dallas, Ribeiro 7 (Lehtinen, Modano) 13:51 (pp)

Penalties - Conner Dal (hooking) 10:00, Vancouver bench (too many men; served by Wellwood) 11:49, Kesler Vcr (roughing) 13:14.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Bieksa Vcr (delay of game) 6:55, Conner Dal (hooking) 10:09.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Dallas wins 3-2

Vancouver (2) - Demitra, miss; Wellwood, goal; Edler, miss; Kesler, goal; Carter, goal; Burrows, miss.

Dallas (3) - Richards, miss; Eriksson, goal; Ribeiro, miss; Modano, goal; Neal, goal.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 13 9 8 6-36

Vancouver 12 11 11 1-35 Goal - Dallas: Turco (W,16-14-6); Vancouver: LaBarbera (W,7-8-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 1-3; Vancouver: 0-2.

Referees - Chris Lee, Francois St. Laurent. Linesmen -Thor Nelson, Lyle Seitz.

Attendance - 18,630 (18,630).

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Lightning 4 at Thrashers 1

First Period

1. Tampa Bay, Eminger 3 (Jokinen, Hall) 2:48 (pp)

Penalty - Schneider Atl (hooking) 1:54.

Second Period

2. Tampa Bay, St. Louis 14 (Lecavalier, Prospal) 16:20

Penalties - Thorburn Atl (holding) 3:57, Smaby TB (hooking) 9:47, Enstrom Atl (tripping) 19:56.

Third Period

3. Tampa Bay, St. Louis 15 (Prospal, Eminger) 1:00 (pp)

4. Tampa Bay, Malone 10 (Halpern, Mihalik) 18:16

5. Atlanta, Christensen 2 (Slater, Boulton) 19:38

Penalties - Craig TB (holding) 8:21, Schneider Atl (hooking) 10:21, Artyukhin TB, Thorburn Atl (roughing) 13:14.

Shots on goal by

Tampa Bay 13 10 12-35

Atlanta 7 11 10-28

Goal - Tampa Bay: Smith (W,9-14-9); Atlanta: Lehtonen (L,4-9-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Tampa Bay: 2-4; Atlanta: 0-2.

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Wes McCauley. Linesmen - Brad Kovachik, Shane Heyer.

Attendance - 10,750 (18,545).

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Coyotes 0 at Ducks 2

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Jovanovski Pho (tripping) 6:27, Montador Ana (hooking) 12:07, Pronger Ana (delay of game) 13:31.

Second Period

1. Anaheim, Pronger 7 (S.Niedermayer, Ryan) 3:32 (pp)

Penalties - Phoenix bench (too many men; served by Fedoruk) 2:35, Tikhonov Pho (elbowing) 5:10, Mikkelson Ana (double high-sticking) 14:57.

Third Period

2. Anaheim, Ryan 7 (S.Niedermayer, Getzlaf) 2:59 (pp)

Penalty - Phoenix bench (too many men; served by Fedoruk) 2:37.

Shots on goal by

Phoenix 8 10 11-29

Anaheim 12 13 9-34

Goal - Phoenix: Bryzgalov (L,13-13-4); Anaheim: Hiller (W,9-6-1).

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

Referees - Don Koharski, Tom Kowal. Linesmen - Ryan Galloway, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance - 16,878 (17,174).

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Wild 2 at Avalanche 0

First Period

1. Minnesota, Nolan 8 (Burns, Bouchard) 7:23 (pp)

2. Minnesota, Nolan 9 (Kolanos, Burns) 10:42

Penalties - Foote Col (roughing) 6:18, Kolanos Min (delay of game) 8:33, Sheppard Min, McLeod Col (roughing) 11:31, Svatos Col (hooking) 13:39, Bouchard Min (slashing) 13:51, Laperriere Col (hooking) 19:59.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Clutterbuck Min (roughing) 3:18, Tucker Col (charging) 10:03, Svatos Col (interference) 15:24.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Tucker Col (holding stick, misconduct) 18:20.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 14 15 8-37

Colorado 10 12 10-32

Goal - Minnesota: Backstrom (W,18-12-2); Colorado: Budaj (L,13-18-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Minnesota: 1-6; Colorado: 0-3.

Referees - Dennis LaRue, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen - Vaughan Rody, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 14,125 (18,007).

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