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Thursday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Thursday's NHL games:

Canadiens 3 at Senators 2 (SO)

First Period

1. Ottawa, Heatley 11 (Alfredsson, Picard) 4:21

2. Montreal, Koivu 7 (Kovalev, S.Kostitsyn) 13:33 (pp)

Penalties - Foligno Ott (boarding) 13:03, Latendresse Mtl (tripping) 17:03.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - O'Byrne Mtl (hooking) 3:04, Hamrlik Mtl (interference), Donovan Ott (diving) 7:54, Begin Mtl, Bass Ott (fighting) 14:47, Kovalev Mtl (tripping) 17:55.

Third Period

3. Ottawa, Foligno 3 (Picard, Phillips) 4:58 (pp)

4. Montreal, Markov 2 (Lang, S.Kostitsyn) 15:36

Penalties - O'Byrne Mtl (holding) 3:34, Latendresse Mtl (high-sticking) 19:44.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Montreal wins 2-1

Montreal (2) - Kovalev, miss; Markov, goal; Koivu, miss; Tanguay, goal.

Ottawa (1) - Spezza, goal; Alfredsson, miss; Ruutu, miss; Vermette, miss.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 8 3 9 1-21

Ottawa 4 7 10 4-25

Goal - Montreal: Price (W,9-4-1); Ottawa: Auld (L,5-5-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 1-1; Ottawa: 1-5.

Referees - Rob Martell, Don VanMassenhoven. Linesmen - Don Henderson, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 20,475 (19,153).

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Canucks 3 at Wild 2

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - O'Brien Vcr (fighting, slashing major), Reitz Min (fighting) 12:04, Zidlicky Min (holding) 15:55.

Second Period

1. Minnesota, Koivu 4 (Miettinen, Veilleux) 7:16

2. Vancouver, Bernier 5 (Mitchell, Wellwood) 12:00

3. Minnesota, Koivu 5 (Johnsson) 14:22 (sh)

4. Vancouver, Demitra 5 (Edler, H.Sedin) 16:10 (pp)

Penalties - Vancouver bench (too many men; served by Raymond) 8:16, Reitz Min (tripping) 13:50, Johnsson Min (tripping) 15:10.

Third Period

5. Vancouver, D.Sedin 8 (Demitra, H.Sedin) 11:41

Penalties - N.Schultz Min (tripping) 4:29, D.Sedin Vcr (hooking) 19:53.

Shots on goal by

Vancouver 7 13 7-27

Minnesota 8 13 9-30

Goal - Vancouver: Sanford (W,1-1-0); Minnesota: Backstrom (L,11-4-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Vancouver: 1-4; Minnesota: 0-3.

Referees - Dean Morton, Kerry Fraser. Linesmen - Ryan Galloway, Brian Mach.

Attendance - 18,568 (18,064).

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Flames 1 at Avalanche 0

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - McCormick Col (delay of game) 2:16, Sarich Cal (tripping), Svatos Col (diving) 4:39, Tucker Col (tripping) 9:47, Hannan Col (boarding) 13:49.

Second Period

1. Calgary, Langkow 5 (Giordano, Iginla) 10:16

Penalties - Svatos Col (delay of game) 1:29, Giordano Cal (tripping) 6:40, Tucker Col (slashing) 12:04.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Arnason Col (hooking) 14:33, Aucoin Cal (roughing), Liles Col (slashing) 18:09.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 10 12 11-33

Colorado 7 5 6-18

Goal - Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,11-7-1); Colorado: Budaj (L,6-9-0).

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

Referees - Mike Hasenfratz, Chris Rooney. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Shane Heyer.

Attendance - 14,536 (18,007).

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Red Wings 4 at Oilers 3

First Period

1. Detroit, Hudler 5 (Lilja, Lebda) 1:50

2. Detroit, Datsyuk 6 (Rafalski, Lidstrom) 8:00 (pp)

3. Detroit, Kopecky 1 (Lidstrom, Rafalski) 10:11 (pp)

Penalties - Kopecky Det (tripping) 3:39, Cole Edm (tripping) 7:36, Smid Edm (hooking) 10:05, Moreau Edm (roughing) 17:24, Rafalski Det (tripping) 17:35, Lilja Det, Souray Edm (fighting) 19:42.

Second Period

4. Edmonton, Cogliano 5 (Nilsson, Gilbert) 13:19

5. Detroit, Hudler 6 (Meech, Zetterberg) 18:28 (pp)

Penalties - Lidstrom Det (hooking) 4:41, Lidstrom Det (hooking) 12:29, Gilbert Edm (interference) 16:32.

Third Period

6. Edmonton, Visnovsky 4 (Grebeshkov, Cole) 12:54

7. Edmonton, Souray 7 (Visnovsky, Hemsky) 13:15 (pp)

Penalties Reddox Edm (hooking) 1:37, Meech Det (interference) 11:35, Penner Edm (slashing) 12:18, Filppula Det (double high-sticking) 14:07.

Shots on goal by

Detroit 12 17 6-35

Edmonton 15 7 11-33

Goal (shots-saves) - Detroit: Osgood (W,8-1-3); Edmonton: Roloson (10-7), Garon (L,3-5-0)(10:11 first)(23-22).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Detroit: 3-6; Edmonton: 2-7.

Referees - Brad Meier, Rob Shick. Linesmen - Lyle Seitz, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 16,839 (16,839).

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Panthers 1 at Devils 3

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Campbell Fla (slashing) 7:43, Dvorak Fla (high-sticking) 15:42, White NJ (hooking) 18:34.

Second Period

1. New Jersey, Elias 8 (Gionta, Zubrus) 6:47

Penalties - None.

Third Period

2. New Jersey, Martin 1 (Clarkson, Madden) 5:49

3. New Jersey, Gionta 4 (Elias, Zubrus) 6:51

4. Florida, Frolik 1 (Bouwmeester, McCabe) 8:42 (pp)

Penalty - Elias NJ (high-sticking) 7:30.

Shots on goal by

Florida 5 10 9-24

New Jersey 12 1 6-19

Goal - Florida: Vokoun (L,4-9-0); New Jersey: Clemmensen (W,2-2-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Florida: 1-2; New Jersey: 0-2.

Referees - Marc Joannette, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen - Dan Schachte, Vaughan Rody.

Attendance - 14,291 (17,625).

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Penguins 3 at Thrashers 2

First Period

1. Atlanta, Kozlov 11 (Kovalchuk, Schneider) 4:41 (pp)

2. Pittsburgh, Satan 9 (Dupuis, Crosby) 10:57

Penalties - Boucher Pgh (hooking) 2:59, Gill Pgh (hooking) 4:41.

Second Period

3. Pittsburgh, Crosby 7 (Kennedy) 12:24

4. Atlanta, Slater 2 (Perrin, Enstrom) 13:48

Penalties - Schneider Atl (high-sticking) 2:56, Oystrick Atl (interference) 6:45, Reasoner Atl (hooking) 7:27, Boucher Pgh (tripping) 9:32.

Third Period

5. Pittsburgh, Sykora 4 (Crosby, Malkin) 17:20 (pp)

Penalties - Dupuis Pgh (hooking) 9:48, Thorburn Atl (interference) 16:16.

Shots on goal by

Pittsburgh 8 16 7-31

Atlanta 5 6 12-23

Goal - Pittsburgh: Sabourin (W,4-1-1); Atlanta: Pavelec (L,2-1-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Pittsburgh: 1-4; Atlanta: 1-4.

Referees - Don Koharski, Steve Kozari. Linesmen - David Brisebois, Darren Gibbs.

Attendance - 13,391 (18,545).

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Blackhawks 6 at Stars 3

First Period

1. Dallas, Morrow 5 (Parrish, Modano) 7:37

2. Chicago, Kane 9 (Eager, Walker) 19:23

Penalty - Robidas Dal (hooking) 14:43.

Second Period

3. Chicago, Eager 2 (Bolland) 6:44

4. Dallas, Modano 6 (Richards, Zubov) 7:50 (pp)

5. Chicago, Campbell 4 (Versteeg, Brouwer) 9:08 (pp)

6. Dallas, Neal 3 (Avery, Richards) 16:06

7. Chicago, Versteeg 7 (Campbell, Khabibulin) 19:30 (pp)

Penalties - Daley Dal (holding) 4:11, Toews Chi (holding) 7:33, Daley Dal (holding) 8:14, Keith Chi (slashing) 14:05, Khabibulin Chi (roughing; served by Versteeg), Morrow Dal (slashing) 15:31, Ribeiro Dal (interference) 17:36.

Third Period

8. Chicago, Havlat 6 (Brouwer, Sharp) 6:40

9. Chicago, Kane 10 (Toews, Versteeg) 19:44 (en)

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Chicago 7 13 10-30

Dallas 14 13 7-34

Goal - Chicago: Khabibulin (W,6-1-4); Dallas: Turco (L,5-8-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Chicago: 2-4; Dallas: 1-2.

Referees - Gord Dwyer, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen - Michel Cormier, Brad Kovachik.

Attendance - 18,027 (18,532).

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Capitals 2 at Kings 5

First Period

1. Los Angeles, Doughty 3 (Brown, D.Gauthier) 13:58

Penalties - Calder LA (hooking) 1:58, Boyle LA (hooking) 16:29.

Second Period

2. Washington, Backstrom 4 (Kozlov, Ovechkin) 4:48 (pp)

3. Los Angeles, O'Sullivan 4 (Greene) 18:25

Penalties - Ivanans LA (holding), Moller LA (hooking) 3:54, Clark Wash (tripping) 10:17, Steckel Wash (high-sticking) 10:53, Fehr Wash (hooking) 15:33.

Third Period

4. Los Angeles, Brown 7 (Quincey, Stoll) 13:54 (pp)

5. Washington, Laich 5 (Nylander) 15:26

6. Los Angeles, Handzus 5 (O'Donnell) 19:20 (en)

7. Los Angeles, Kopitar 3 (Handzus) 19:59 (en)

Penalties - Ovechkin Wash (interference) 12:54, Clark Wash (delay of game) 15:51, Simmonds LA (holding) 19:51.

Shots on goal by

Washington 3 6 12-21

Los Angeles 12 11 10-33

Goal - Washington: B.Johnson (L,5-2-2); Los Angeles: Ersberg (W,5-3-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Washington: 1-5; Los Angeles: 1-5.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Tom Kowal. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance - 17,428 (18,118).

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