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Thursday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Thursday's NHL games:

Senators 1 at Flyers 3

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Heatley Ott (cross-checking) 4:15, Jones Pha (slashing) 19:14.

Second Period

1. Ottawa, Spezza 25 (Meszaros, Stillman) 6:33 (pp)

2. Philadelphia, Dowd 4 (Cote, Timonen) 13:32

Penalties - Dowd Pha (goaltender interference) 5:20, Spezza Ott (butt-ending major, game misconduct), Biron Pha (roughing; served by Kapanen) 6:33, Timonen Pha (holding stick) 17:51.

Third Period

3. Philadelphia, Knuble 23 (Smith) 0:41

4. Philadelphia, Knuble 24 (Upshall, Timonen) 6:30

Penalties - Fisher Ott, Downie Pha (roughing, fighting), Cote Pha (double misconduct) 6:21, Stillman Ott (hooking) 18:29.

Shots on goal by

Ottawa 7 12 14-33

Philadelphia 11 16 10-37

Goal - Ottawa: Emery (L,12-12-4); Philadelphia: Biron (W,22-16-5).

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

Referees - Marc Joannette, Greg Kimmerly. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Michel Cormier.

Attendance - 19,567 (19,523).

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Kings 4 at Oilers 5

First Period

1. Edmonton, Cogliano 11 (Hemsky, Pitkanen) 0:47

2. Los Angeles, Kopitar 28 (Brown, Calder) 19:54

Penalties - Ivanans LA (holding stick) 5:38, Gilbert Edm (hooking) 7:48.

Second Period

3. Los Angeles, O'Sullivan 17 (Cammalleri) 4:56

4. Edmonton, Hemsky 16 (Penner, Roy) 8:02

5. Edmonton, Nilsson 8 (Gagner, Cogliano) 9:03

6. Los Angeles, Brown 27 (Johnson, Calder) 10:00

7. Edmonton, Hemsky 17 (Staios) 16:52

8. Edmonton, Pisani 9 (Sanderson) 18:00

Penalty - Visnovsky LA (hooking) 11:15.

Third Period

9. Los Angeles, Brown 28 (Kopitar, Visnovsky) 11:13 (sh)

Penalties - Blake LA (tripping) 9:26, Greene Edm (tripping) 12:21, Calder LA (interference) 14:59.

Shots on goal by

Los Angeles 8 7 11-26 Edmonton 9 10 8-27

Goal - Los Angeles: Cloutier (L,2-1-0); Edmonton: Garon (W,22-16-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Los Angeles: 0-2; Edmonton: 0-4.

Referees - Dennis LaRue, Dean Warren. Linesmen - Ryan Galloway, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 16,839 (16,839).

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Penguins 1 at Bruins 5

First Period

1. Boston, Sturm 21 (Kobasew, Metropolit) 9:49

2. Boston, Sturm 22 (Metropolit, Ward) 12:07

Penalties - Laraque Pgh (hooking) 13:13, Savard Bos (slashing) 16:57.

Second Period

3. Boston, Chara 15 (Wideman, Savard) 2:21

4. Boston, Axelsson 12 (Thornton, Savard) 16:01

Penalties - Chara Bos (hooking) 10:12, Whitney Pgh (hooking) 12:30.

Third Period

5. Pittsburgh, Dupuis 11 (Taffe, Kennedy) 13:03

6. Boston, Krejci 2 (Stuart, Kobasew) 17:49 (pp)

Penalties - Malkin Pgh (hooking) 5:17, Talbot Pgh (boarding), Chara Bos, Wideman Bos (roughing) 10:36, Malone Pgh, Ward Bos (roughing) 15:13, Ruutu Pgh (roughing, fighting), Lucic Bos (fighting) 17:32, Malkin Pgh (tripping) 18:26.

Shots on goal by

Pittsburgh 10 9 9-28

Boston 12 8 11-31

Goal (shots-saves) - Pittsburgh: Conklin (L,17-5-5)(13-10), Fleury (2:21 second)(18-16); Boston: Thomas (W,22-14-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Pittsburgh: 0-3; Boston: 1-5.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Brad Meier. Linesmen - Steve Barton, Tony Sericolo.

Attendance - 17,565 (17,565).

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Rangers 4 at Hurricanes 2

First Period

1. N.Y. Rangers, Dubinsky 13 (Jagr) 3:50

2. N.Y. Rangers, Avery 11 (Girardi) 19:16

Penalties - Malik NYR (hooking) 5:01, E.Staal Car (hooking) 13:19.

Second Period

3. N.Y. Rangers, Drury 21 (M.Staal, Dawes) 2:14

4. Carolina, Cole 16 (Hedican, Eaves) 7:39

Penalties - Hedican Car (delay of game) 0:10, Backman NYR (high-sticking) 5:25, Callahan NYR, Conboy Car (fighting) 12:15, Avery NYR, Walker Car (misconduct) 17:04.

Third Period

5. Carolina, Cole 17, 4:54 (pp)

6. N.Y. Rangers, Shanahan 21 (Dawes, Gomez) 7:28

Penalties - M.Staal NYR (double high-sticking) 1:58, Backman NYR (holding) 4:54, Backman NYR (roughing) 9:00, E.Staal Car (cross-checking) 19:01.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Rangers 15 11 2-28

Carolina 5 10 13-28

Goal - N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (W,29-21-6); Carolina: Ward (L,27-21-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - N.Y. Rangers: 0-3; Carolina: 1-6.

Referees - Gord Dwyer, Bill McCreary. Linesmen - Brad Kovachik, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 16,041 (18,730).

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Islanders 5 at Thrashers 4 (OT)

First Period

1. N.Y. Islanders, Comrie 19 (Davison, Martinek) 9:15

2. N.Y. Islanders, Vasicek 14 (Hunter) 11:26

Penalties - Klee Atl (hooking) 4:18, Bergenheim NYI (holding) 4:58, Kwiatkowski Atl (holding) 5:46.

Second Period

3. N.Y. Islanders, Hilbert 8 (Berard, Guerin) 1:02

4. Atlanta, Perrin 12, 3:53 (sh, penalty shot)

5. Atlanta, Klee 1 (Armstrong, Perrin) 13:46

6. Atlanta, Zhitnik 3 (Holik, Little) 15:00

Penalties - Havelid Atl (holding) 3:39, Fedotenko NYI (hooking) 4:28, Recchi Atl (hooking) 17:12, Berard NYI (holding) 18:33, Zhitnik Atl (interference) 19:03.

Third Period

7. N.Y. Islanders, Comrie 20 (Berard) 3:17

8. Atlanta, Holik 11 (Recchi, Klee) 18:38

Penalties - Davison NYI (roughing) 7:16, Vasicek NYI (interference) 12:39.

Overtime

9. N.Y. Islanders, Hunter 9 (Vasicek) 1:09

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Islanders 13 9 13 2-37

Atlanta 7 9 7 0-23

Goal - N.Y. Islanders: DiPietro (W,26-23-7); Atlanta: Lehtonen (L,13-18-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - N.Y. Islanders: 0-5; Atlanta: 0-3.

Referees - Rob Shick, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen - Thor Nelson, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance - 16,332 (18,545).

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Coyotes 2 at Blues 1

First Period

1. St. Louis, Johnson 4 (McClement, Mayers) 15:13

2. Phoenix, Jovanovski 11 (Mueller, Vrbata) 17:21 (pp)

3. Phoenix, Kapanen 9 (Yandle, Morris) 18:05 (pp)

Penalties - Kapanen Pho (delay of game) 12:04, Mayers StL (hooking) 16:01, Backes StL (cross-checking) 17:04.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Janssen StL (charging) 6:11, Jackman StL (slashing) 7:07, Boyes StL (high-sticking) 9:17, Tjarnqvist Pho (high-sticking) 11:34, Ballard Pho, Jackman StL (roughing) 19:33.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalty - Mueller Pho (hooking) 7:41.

Shots on goal by

Phoenix 9 8 11-28

St. Louis 16 14 12-42

Goal - Phoenix: Bryzgalov (W,24-18-5); St. Louis: Legace (L,23-19-7).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Phoenix: 2-5; St. Louis: 0-3.

Referees - Steve Kozari, Don Koharski. Linesmen - David Brisebois, Brad Lazarowich.

Attendance - 17,867 (19,022).

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Blackhawks 4 at Stars 7

First Period

1. Chicago, Byfuglien 13 (Williams) 4:08 (pp)

2. Dallas, Hagman 23 (Richards, Daley) 4:57

3. Dallas, Modano 18, 9:58

Penalties - Lundqvist Dal (hooking) 3:26, Toews Chi (high-sticking) 13:45.

Second Period

4. Dallas, Hagman 24 (Miettinen, Richards) 2:47

5. Dallas, Eriksson 12 (Morrow, Ribeiro) 4:41

6. Dallas, Daley 3 (Richards, Miettinen) 6:34

Penalties - Seabrook Chi (holding) 13:51, Boucher Dal (hooking) 16:35.

Third Period

7. Chicago, Bourque 7, 4:25 (sh)

8. Dallas, Hagman 25 (Richards, Boucher) 5:55

9. Chicago, Ladd 10 (Kontiola, Williams) 9:20

10. Dallas, Lehtinen 12 (Richards, Modano) 16:49 (pp)

11. Chicago, Bourque 8 (C.Adams) 18:15 (sh)

Penalties - Hjalmarsson Chi (hooking) 3:49, Byfuglien Chi (hooking) 7:02, Miettinen Dal (elbowing) 10:46, Barker Chi (interference), Seabrook Chi, Ott Dal (fighting) 14:48, Burish Chi (charging, instigating, fighting, game misconduct), Ribeiro Dal (slashing), Morrow Dal (fighting) 15:18.

Shots on goal by

Chicago 6 8 15-29

Dallas 7 9 9-25

Goal (shots-saves) - Chicago: Lalime (L,12-10-1)(13-8), Crawford (6:34 second)(12-10); Dallas: Turco (W,29-13-4).

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

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Vaughan Rody.

Attendance - 18,584 (18,532).

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