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Thursday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Thursday's NHL games:

Senators 1 at Hurricanes 4

First Period

1. Carolina, Kostopoulos 8 (Boychuk) 5:18

2. Carolina, Brind'Amour 6 (Boychuk, Carson) 6:23

Penalty - T.Ruutu Car (tripping) 10:19.

Second Period

3. Carolina, LaRose 5 (Staal, T.Ruutu) 15:50

Penalties - Kostopoulos Car (hooking) 5:50, Carkner Ott (roughing) 9:12.

Third Period

4. Ottawa, Cullen 13 (Alfredsson, Fisher) 11:55

5. Carolina, Sutter 16, 18:12 (en)

Penalties - Neil Ott (interference) 6:47, Neil Ott (roughing) 18:43.

Shots on goal by

Ottawa 10 7 9-26

Carolina 9 9 3-21

Goal (shots-saves) - Ottawa: Leclaire (L,11-11-1)(5-3), Elliott (13:37 first)(15-14); Carolina: Legace (W,8-5-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Ottawa: 0-2; Carolina: 0-3.

Referees - Kerry Fraser, Dean Morton. Linesmen - Greg Devorski, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 17,048 (18,680).

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Maple Leafs 2 at Bruins 3 (SO)

First Period

1. Boston, Satan 4 (Thornton) 9:36

2. Toronto, Stalberg 3 (Beauchemin, Lundmark) 15:27

Penalties - Stalberg Tor (holding) 6:03, Seidenberg Bos (delay of game) 11:10, Orr Tor, Lucic Bos (fighting) 13:45, Primeau Tor, Thornton Bos (fighting) 13:46, Phaneuf Tor (slashing) 14:37, Sturm Bos (hooking) 14:44.

Second Period

3. Boston, Boychuk 3 (Sturm, Recchi) 15:24

Penalties - Hunwick Bos (tripping) 2:47, Wideman Bos (holding) 8:17.

Third Period

4. Toronto, Bozak 4 (Kulemin, Caputi) 6:12

Penalties - Orr Tor (double roughing), Begin Bos (roughing) 3:58.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Boston wins 1-0

Toronto (0) - Kessel, miss; Lundmark, miss; Bozak, miss.

Boston (1) - Krejci, miss; Ryder, miss; Satan, goal.

Shots on goal by

Toronto 8 6 8 4-26

Boston 9 11 9 2-31

Goal - Toronto: Giguere (L,6-11-6); Boston: T.Thomas (W,14-15-7).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Toronto: 0-4; Boston: 0-3.

Referees - Tom Kowal, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen - Brian Mach, Mark Pare.

Attendance - 17,565 (17,565).

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Canadiens 2 at Sharks 3

First Period

1. Montreal, Gionta 18 (Gomez) 10:20

Penalty - Gill Mtl (hooking) 14:27.

Second Period

2. San Jose, Marleau 39 (Blake, Nichol) 0:53 (sh)

3. Montreal, Gomez 11 (Gionta, Markov) 2:06 (pp)

Missed penalty shot - Boyle SJ, 13:31.

Penalties - Thornton SJ (tripping) 0:08, Plekanec Mtl (high-sticking), Blake SJ (roughing) 2:36, Clowe SJ (tripping) 3:26, Markov Mtl (slashing) 8:53, Pouliot Mtl, Nichol SJ (slashing) 12:04, Plekanec Mtl (clipping) 13:00, Clowe SJ (roughing) 18:07.

Third Period

4. San Jose, Heatley 33 (Boyle, Marleau) 12:32 (pp)

5. San Jose, Malhotra 10 (Mitchell, Huskins) 15:05

Penalties - Moen Mtl, Leach SJ (roughing) 1:56, Malhotra SJ (boarding) 4:45, Hamrlik Mtl (hooking) 11:18.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 11 8 11-30

San Jose 15 14 11-40

Goal - Montreal: Price (L,13-19-4); San Jose: Nabokov (W,35-10-9).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 1-4; San Jose: 1-4.

Referees - Chris Lee, Ian Walsh. Linesmen - Don Henderson, Brad Lazarowich.

Attendance - 17,562 (17,496).

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Penguins 5 at Rangers 4 (OT)

First Period

1. N.Y. Rangers, Anisimov 10 (Avery, Redden) 2:17

2. Pittsburgh, Kunitz 9 (J.Staal, Gonchar) 6:03 (pp)

3. Pittsburgh, J.Staal 17, 9:58

4. N.Y. Rangers, Drury 11 (Del Zotto, Jokinen) 14:39 (pp)

Penalties - Crosby Pgh (cross-checking), M.Staal NYR (interference), Dubinsky NYR (roughing) 4:10, Rozsival NYR (slashing) 5:23, Cooke Pgh, Prust NYR (unsportsmanlike conduct) 9:58, Orpik Pgh (interference) 13:23, Malkin Pgh (roughing), Callahan NYR (slashing) 20:00.

Second Period

5. N.Y. Rangers, Rozsival 2 (Prospal, Jokinen) 2:03

6. N.Y. Rangers, Dubinsky 15 (Rozsival, Gilroy) 12:49 (pp)

7. Pittsburgh, Rupp 12 (Crosby, Kunitz) 14:23

Penalty - Crosby Pgh (high-sticking) 10:59.

Third Period

8. Pittsburgh, Goligoski 7 (Kunitz, Fedotenko) 11:59

Penalties - Talbot Pgh, Avery NYR (roughing) 8:12, Cooke Pgh (clipping) 12:28.

Overtime

9. Pittsburgh, J.Staal 18 (Malkin, Gonchar) 3:42 (pp)

Penalty - Redden NYR (hooking) 1:45.

Shots on goal by

Pittsburgh 15 17 19 4-55

N.Y. Rangers 8 7 1 0-16

Goal (shots-saves) - Pittsburgh: Fleury (12-8), B.Johnson (W,9-5-0)(12:49 second)(4-4); N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (L,26-22-7).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Pittsburgh: 2-3; N.Y. Rangers: 2-3.

Referees - Tim Peel, Wes McCauley. Linesmen - Scott Driscoll, Bryan Pancich.

Attendance - 18,200 (18,200).

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Lightning 4 at Capitals 5

First Period

1. Washington, Fehr 16, 6:10

2. Tampa Bay, Downie 16 (Foster, St. Louis) 11:55 (pp)

Penalties - Foster TB (tripping) 7:26, Knuble Wash (hooking) 11:45, Parrish TB (hooking) 12:29.

Second Period

3. Washington, Knuble 24 (Laich, Morrison) 2:17

4. Washington, Knuble 25 (Backstrom, Ovechkin) 8:21

5. Tampa Bay, Lecavalier 16 (St. Louis, Foster) 9:03 (pp)

Penalties - Backstrom Wash (tripping) 5:10, Schultz Wash (interference) 8:38, Hedman TB (hooking), Green Wash (unsportsmanlike conduct) 13:08, Laich Wash (high-sticking) 13:14, Poti Wash (high-sticking) 14:04.

Third Period

6. Washington, S.Walker 4 (Green, B.Gordon) 10:11

7. Tampa Bay, Lecavalier 17 (Purcell, Meszaros) 10:35

8. Tampa Bay, Stamkos 38 (Ohlund, St. Louis) 12:28

9. Washington, S.Walker 5 (Green, Chimera) 13:09

Penalty - Stamkos TB (hooking) 19:48.

Shots on goal by

Tampa Bay 9 9 11-29

Washington 14 9 11-34

Goal - Tampa Bay: Smith (L,10-15-6); Washington: Varlamov (W,13-2-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Tampa Bay: 2-5; Washington: 0-3.

Referees - Steve Kozari, Paul Devorski. Linesmen - Jonny Murray, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 18,277 (18,277).

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Islanders 3 at Thrashers 6

First Period

1. Atlanta, Bergfors 17 (Little, Antropov) 5:04

2. Atlanta, Antropov 16 (Little, Hainsey) 8:51

3. Atlanta, MacArthur 14 (Afinogenov) 9:16

4. Atlanta, Afinogenov 20 (Peverley) 14:25

5. N.Y. Islanders, Streit 9 (Weight, Bailey) 19:43 (pp)

Penalties - Schubert Atl (roughing) 10:01, Armstrong Atl (charging) 18:26.

Second Period

6. Atlanta, Antropov 17 (Bergfors, Bogosian) 10:05 (pp)

7. Atlanta, Artyukhin 5, 15:53

Penalties - Oduya Atl (holding stick) 0:54, Jackman NYI (high-sticking) 7:23, Gervais NYI (tripping) 9:51, Artyukhin Atl (tripping) 11:32.

Third Period

8. N.Y. Islanders, Schremp 7 (Moulson, Tavares) 11:38 (pp)

9. N.Y. Islanders, Jackman 3 (Kohn, Schremp) 12:48

Penalties - Meyer NYI (delay of game) 4:01, Schubert Atl (holding) 9:54.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Islanders 21 10 6-37

Atlanta 10 9 3-22

Goal (shots-saves) - N.Y. Islanders: Roloson (7-4), Biron (L,4-12-2)(10:44 first)(15-12); Atlanta: Hedberg (W,16-9-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - N.Y. Islanders: 2-5; Atlanta: 1-3.

Referees - Greg Kimmerly, Mike Leggo. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Brad Kovachik.

Attendance - 14,776 (18,545).

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Kings 2 at Predators 4

First Period

1. Los Angeles, Frolov 15 (Stoll) 0:54

2. Nashville, Dumont 12 (Sullivan, Hamhuis) 4:32

Penalties - Greene LA (cross-checking) 8:56, O'Donnell LA (interference) 11:23.

Second Period

3. Nashville, Arnott 16 (Erat, Hornqvist) 13:09 (pp)

Penalties - Smyth LA (hooking) 0:34, Simmonds LA (hooking) 11:11, Grebeshkov Nash (tripping) 16:59, Kopitar LA (hooking) 19:10.

Third Period

4. Nashville, Goc 11 (Erat) 2:30

5. Los Angeles, Doughty 12 (Smyth, Kopitar) 6:40 (pp)

6. Nashville, Smithson 8 (Ward, Suter) 19:06 (en)

Penalties - Greene LA, Tootoo Nash (roughing) 4:47, Suter Nash (interference) 6:18, R.Jones LA, Tootoo Nash (slashing) 9:18, Erat Nash (high-sticking) 10:33.

Shots on goal by

Los Angeles 10 4 8-22

Nashville 7 15 10-32

Goal - Los Angeles: Quick (L,36-18-3); Nashville: Rinne (W,22-12-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Los Angeles: 1-3; Nashville: 1-5.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Eric Furlatt. Linesmen - Scott Cherrey, Derek Nansen.

Attendance - 15,653 (17,113).

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Blues 6 at Stars 1

First Period

1. St. Louis, Kariya 13, 9:28

2. Dallas, Eriksson 24 (Neal, Richards) 15:16

3. St. Louis, Boyes 12 (Steen, Polak) 17:28

4. St. Louis, Kariya 14 (Oshie, Backes) 17:45

Penalties - Ribeiro Dal (roughing) 3:39, King StL, Barch Dal (fighting) 7:57, Johnson StL, Benn Dal (fighting) 12:18.

Second Period

5. St. Louis, Steen 16 (Colaiacovo) 1:50

Penalties - Perron StL (holding stick) 4:57, Jackman StL (holding) 7:00, Backes StL (boarding) 11:13, Neal Dal (interference) 12:17.

Third Period

6. St. Louis, Berglund 10 (Perron, McDonald) 3:55

7. St. Louis, Oshie 15 (Kariya, Johnson) 13:58

Penalties - Richards Dal (roughing) 4:54, Skrastins Dal (interference) 7:00, Steen StL (hooking) 15:01.

Shots on goal by

St. Louis 10 6 11-27

Dallas 11 9 10-30

Goal (shots-saves) - St. Louis: Mason (W,22-17-8); Dallas: Turco (L,19-17-9)(11-7), Lehtonen (1:50 second)(16-14).

Power plays (goals-chances) - St. Louis: 0-4; Dallas: 0-4.

Referees - Rob Martell, Brad Meier. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Andy McElman.

Attendance - 17,132 (18,532).

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Avalanche 1 at Coyotes 3

First Period

1. Phoenix, Stempniak 15 (Fiddler, Korpikoski) 6:13

Penalties - None.

Second Period

2. Colorado, Liles 5 (Mueller, Stastny) 16:58 (pp)

Penalties - Stastny Col (hooking) 2:10, Nokelainen Pho (hooking) 9:40, Mueller Col (hooking) 14:30, Stempniak Pho (goaltender interference) 16:00.

Third Period

3. Phoenix, Wolski 18 (Doan, Lepisto) 19:37

4. Phoenix, Vrbata 21 (Michalek) 19:59 (en)

Penalties - Stewart Col, Vandermeer Pho (roughing) 10:26, Wolski Pho (tripping) 10:29.

Shots on goal by

Colorado 9 9 6-24

Phoenix 13 5 12-30

Goal - Colorado: Anderson (L,32-18-5); Phoenix: Bryzgalov (W,33-18-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Colorado: 1-3; Phoenix: 0-2.

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Vaughan Rody.

Attendance - 12,426 (17,125).

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