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Thursday's NHL playoff scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Thursday's NHL playoff games:

Flyers 3 at Penguins 0

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Staal Pgh (roughing) 8:59, Parent Pha (interference) 14:26.

Second Period

1. Philadelphia, Asham 1 (Carcillo) 6:32

Penalty - Briere Pha (roughing) 11:01.

Third Period

2. Philadelphia, Giroux 2 (Powe, Carle) 3:25

3. Philadelphia, Knuble 1 (Richards, Carle) 13:12

Penalties - Scuderi Pgh (hooking) 1:06, Briere Pha (high-sticking) 7:53, Eaton Pgh (interference) 14:25, Crosby Pgh (slashing) 15:55, Timonen Pha (hooking) 16:42, Crosby Pgh (cross-checking) 19:29.

Shots on goal by

Philadelphia 5 11 10-26

Pittsburgh 15 5 8-28

Goal - Philadelphia: Biron (W,2-3); Pittsburgh: Fleury (L,3-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Philadelphia: 0-5; Pittsburgh: 0-4.

Referees - Eric Furlatt, Wes McCauley. Linesmen - Brad Kovachik, Jean Morin.

Attendance - 17,132 (16,940).

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Red Wings 6 at Blue Jackets 5

First Period

1. Detroit, Lidstrom 1 (Rafalski) 2:58 (pp)

2. Columbus, Huselius 1 (Nash, Russell) 6:12 (pp)

3. Detroit, Holmstrom 2 (Stuart, Datsyuk) 7:09

4. Detroit, Cleary 2 (Kopecky, Filppula) 10:02

Penalties - Ericsson Det, Torres Clb, Dorsett Clb (roughing) 2:29, Maltby Det (goaltender interference) 5:47, Commodore Clb (hooking) 7:42, Russell Clb (delay of game) 16:43.

Second Period

5. Columbus, Nash 1 (Klesla, Huselius) 1:44

6. Columbus, Umberger 3 (Torres, Mason) 5:38 (pp)

7. Detroit, Hossa 1 (Kronwall, Stuart) 6:59

8. Detroit, Hossa 2 (Holmstrom, Lidstrom) 11:26 (pp)

9. Columbus, Russell 1 (Torres) 15:45

10. Columbus, Modin 1 (Rome, Chimera) 18:04

Penalties - Ericsson Det (holding) 4:24, Commodore Clb (interference) 8:01, Nash Clb (cross-checking) 10:05.

Third Period

11. Detroit, Franzen 2 (Hudler, Kronwall) 19:13 (pp)

Penalty - Columbus bench (too many men; served by Williams) 18:26.

Shots on goal by

Detroit 14 12 15-41

Columbus 7 14 11-32

Goal - Detroit: Osgood (W,4-0); Columbus: Mason (L,0-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Detroit: 3-6; Columbus: 2-2.

Referees - Chris Lee, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen - Steve Miller, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 18,889 (18,144).

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Hurricanes 0 at Devils 1

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Clarkson NJ (goaltender interference) 2:24, Seidenberg Car (roughing) 6:28, Brodeur NJ (interference; served by Rolston) 15:30.

Second Period

1. New Jersey, Clarkson 2 (Greene, Elias) 11:22 (pp)

Penalties - Gleason Car (interference) 1:41, Rolston NJ (holding) 2:36, Eaves Car (tripping) 9:49, White NJ (roughing) 19:06.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Oduya NJ (cross-checking) 1:24, Eaves Car (holding) 12:33.

Shots on goal by

Carolina 9 19 16-44

New Jersey 16 15 11-42

Goal - Carolina: Ward (L,2-3-0); New Jersey: Brodeur (W,3-2-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Carolina: 0-5; New Jersey: 1-4.

Referees - Bill McCreary, Brad Meier. Linesmen - Pierre Racicot, Anthony Sericolo.

Attendance - 17,625 (17,625).

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Sharks 0 at Ducks 4

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Pavelski SJ (tripping) 6:56, Setoguchi SJ (holding) 12:48, Ebbett Ana (tripping) 15:06, Clowe SJ, Brown Ana (roughing) 20:00.

Second Period

1. Anaheim, Ryan 3 (Getzlaf, Whitney) 6:33

2. Anaheim, Ryan 4 (Perry, Pronger) 10:13

Penalties - Wisniewski Ana (holding) 10:54, Marleau SJ (high-sticking) 18:18.

Third Period

3. Anaheim, Perry 1 (Getzlaf) 14:09

4. Anaheim, Miller 2 (R.Niedermayer, Marchant) 19:19 (en)

Penalties - Roenick SJ (roughing, misconduct), Murray SJ (cross-checking), Brookbank Ana (misconduct) 19:48.

Shots on goal by

San Jose 10 9 12-31

Anaheim 8 12 6-26

Goal - San Jose: Nabokov (L,1-3); Anaheim: Hiller (W,3-1).

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

Referees - Chris Rooney, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Mike Cvik.

Attendance - 16,830 (17,174).

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