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Thursday's NHL scoring summary

Scoring summary from Thursday's NHL playoff game:

Hurricanes 4 at Penguins 7

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Crosby 13 (Kunitz, Guerin) 1:51

2. Carolina, LaRose 4 (Whitney, E.Staal) 3:07

3. Pittsburgh, Malkin 8 (Kennedy, Cooke) 8:15

4. Carolina, Jokinen 7 (Walker, Brind'Amour) 8:40

5. Carolina, Seidenberg 1, 12:10

Penalties - Kunitz Pgh (high-sticking) 15:33, LaRose Car (tripping) 18:50.

Second Period

6. Pittsburgh, Talbot 3 (Malkin, Crosby) 3:11

7. Pittsburgh, Kunitz 1 (Guerin, Eaton) 19:52

Penalties - Crosby Pgh (tripping) 0:50, Cullen Car (high-sticking) 10:02, LaRose Car, Malkin Pgh (roughing) 12:06, Fedotenko Pgh (tripping) 13:21, Cole Car (holding), Gonchar Pgh (interference) 16:11.

Third Period

8. Carolina, Eaves 1 (Bayda, Dwyer) 2:35

9. Pittsburgh, Malkin 9 (Kunitz, Cooke) 8:50

10. Pittsburgh, Malkin 10, 12:25

11. Pittsburgh, Kennedy 3 (J.Staal, Cooke) 18:11 (en)

Penalties - Cullen Car (tripping) 4:13, Bayda Car (match penalty), Gleason Car, Eaves Car, Satan Pgh (fighting), Letang Pgh (fighting, game misconduct) 18:41, Seidenberg Car (cross-checking), Adams Pgh (elbowing) 18:58.

Shots on goal by

Carolina 14 6 8-28

Pittsburgh 12 16 14-42

Goal - Carolina: Ward (L,8-8-0); Pittsburgh: Fleury (W,10-5-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Carolina: 0-3; Pittsburgh: 0-4.

Referees - Marc Joannette, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Brad Lazarowich, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance - 17,132 (16,940).

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