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Tuesday's NHL Scoring Summaries

Flames 4 at Canadiens 5

First Period

1. Montreal, Bonk 1 (Johnson) 1:32 (sh)

2. Calgary, Lombardi 2 (Phaneuf, Hamrlik) 7:04 (pp)

3. Montreal, Souray 2 (Ryder, Higgins) 13:27 (pp)

4. Calgary, Lombardi 3 (Regehr) 13:54

Penalties - Souray Mtl (high-sticking) 1:20, Lundmark Cal, Begin Mtl, Souray Mtl (roughing) 3:38, Iginla Cal, Komisarek Mtl (roughing) 4:08, Bonk Mtl (hooking) 5:32, Warrener Cal, Bonk Mtl (roughing) 11 :52, Phaneuf Cal (holding) 11:56, Phaneuf Cal (unsportsmanlike conduct), Souray Mtl, Rivet Mtl (roughing) 16:43, Iginla Cal (cross-checking), Komisarek Mtl (roughing) 18:17.

Second Period

5. Calgary, Kobasew 1 (Phaneuf) 0:44

6. Montreal, Bonk 2 (Johnson) 1:17

7. Calgary, Phaneuf 1 (Tanguay, Langkow) 7:46 (pp)

8. Montreal, Souray 3 (Markov, Koivu) 9:36 (pp)

9. Montreal, Kovalev 2 (Plekanec, Souray) 15:54 (pp)

Penalties - Niinimaa Mtl (holding) 7:43, Warrener Cal (holding) 9:31, Yelle Cal (hooking) 11:03, Ritchie Cal (holding) 14:37, Warrener Cal (holding) 16:30, Phaneuf Cal (tripping) 19:26.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Langkow Cal (boarding) 2:30, Niinimaa Mtl (slashing) 5:48, Niinimaa Mtl (delay of game) 8:52, Koivu Mtl (interference) 12:30.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 8 10 6-24

Montreal 13 17 6-36

Goal - Calgary; Kiprusoff (L,2-3-1); Montreal: Huet (W,1-0-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 2-8; Montreal: 3-7.

Referees - Chris Lee, Dave Jackson. Linesmen - Michel Cormier, Derek Nanson

Attendance - 21,273 (21,273).

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Canucks 1 at Oilers 2

First Period

1. Edmonton, Moreau 1 (Stoll, Staios) 0:51

2. Edmonton, Thoresen 2 (Reasoner, Staios) 3:01

Penalties Reasoner Edm (hooking) 11:33, Greene Edm (holding) 12:48, Bulis Vcr (high-sticking) 13:34, Santala Vcr (hooking) 17:11, Naslund Vcr (hooking) 19:34.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Naslund Vcr (hooking) 1:53, Santala Vcr (holding) 7:43, Morrison Vcr, Torres Edm, Winchester Edm (roughing) 15:01, Kesler Vcr (tripping) 17:10, Krajicek Vcr (hooking) 19:07.

Third Period

3. Vancouver, Naslund 4 (D.Sedin, H.Sedin) 17:31 (pp)

Penalties - Stoll Edm (hooking) 7:42, Moreau Edm (slashing) 8:40, Cooke Vcr (goaltender interference) 10:35, Tjarnqvist Edm (interference) 17:23.

Shots on goal by

Vancouver 5 4 13-22 Edmonton 7 8 5-20 Goal - -Vancouver: Sabourin (L,0-1-0); Edmonton: Markkanen (W,1-0-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Vancouver: 1-6; Edmonton: 0-8.

Referees - Dennis LaRue, Ian Walsh. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Don Henderson.

Attendance - 16,839 (16,839).

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Flyers 1 at Sabres 9

First Period

No Scoring.

Missed penalty shot - Richards Pha, 12:10.

Penalties - Kane Pha, Peters Buf (roughing), Mair Buf (boarding) 7:16, Numminen Buf (hooking) 9:15, Sanderson Pha (holding) 11:37, Carter Pha, Afinogenov Buf (roughing) 14:48.

Second Period

1. Buffalo, Vanek 2 (Numminen, Afinogenov) 0:37

2. Buffalo, Spacek 1 (Briere, Numminen) 10:10 (pp)

3. Buffalo, Drury 7 (Gaustad, Briere) 11:23 (pp)

4. Buffalo, Roy 1 (Vanek) 14:56

5. Buffalo, Tallinder 2 (Lydman, Afinogenov) 16:32

6. Buffalo, Afinogenov 3 (Kotalik) 17:26 (pp)

Penalties - Lydman Buf (tripping) 4:27, Peters Buf (roughing) 7:52, Pitkanen Pha (holding) 8:51, Richards Pha (hooking) 9:49, Campbell Buf (tripping) 13:54, Forsberg Pha (interference) 14:12, Knuble Pha (slashing) 16:51.

Third Period

7. Philadelphia, Carter 1 (Robitaille, Esche) 1:22

8. Buffalo, Roy 2 (Afinogenov, Vanek) 1:46

9. Buffalo, Novotny 2 (Kotalik, Lydman) 3:21

10. Buffalo, Vanek 3 (Afinogenov, Campbell) 4:55

Penalty - Knuble Pha (roughing) 5:54.

Shots on goal by

Philadelphia 9 16 13-38

Buffalo 12 12 13-37

Goal - Philadelphia: Esche (L,0-2-0); Buffalo: Miller (W,5-0-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Philadelphia: 0-5; Buffalo: 3-6.

Referees - Gord Dwyer, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen - Scott Driscoll, Shane Heyer.

Attendance - 18,690 (18,690).

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Coyotes 5 at Blues 2

First Period

1. Phoenix, Doan 2 (Roenick, Sjostrom) 9:17

2. St. Louis, Dvorak 2 (Tkachuk, Cajanek) 13:47

Penalty - Scatchard Pho (tripping) 1:20.

Second Period

3. Phoenix, Scatchard 1 (Lisin, Saprykin) 13:51

Penalties - Mayers StL (tripping) 2:33, Sjostrom Pho (interference) 3:21, Yandle Pho (holding) 6:26, Brewer StL (hooking) 8:44, Wideman StL (interference) 10:23, Nolan Pho (tripping) 14:46, Lisin Pho (hooking) 20:00.

Third Period

4. Phoenix, Comrie 2 (Nagy, Doan) 2:48 (pp)

5. St. Louis, Rucinsky 3 (Wideman, Guerin) 12:14

6. Phoenix, Nolan 1 (Nagy, Comrie) 14:45

7. Phoenix, Zigomanis 1, 19:37 (sh, en)

Penalties - McClement StL (tripping) 1:40, Yandle Pho (holding) 3:54, Joseph Pho (delay of game; served by Saprykin) 6:14, Scatchard Pho (hooking) 19:19.

Shots on goal by

Phoenix 13 11 9-33

St. Louis 8 8 11-27

Goal - Phoenix: Joseph (W,2-3-0); St. Louis: Legace (L,2-2-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Phoenix: 1-4; St. Louis: 0-8.

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Craig Spada. Linesmen - Pierre Champoux, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance - 8,531 (19,260).

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Stars 0 at Sharks 2

First Period

1. San Jose, Michalek 5 (Carle, McLaren) 13:07

Penalties - Gorges SJ (high-sticking) 3:46, Ehrhoff SJ (holding) 10:26, Modano Dal (holding stick) 11:00, Gorges SJ (hooking) 12:07, Robidas Dal (hooking) 12:59, Barnaby Dal, McLaren SJ (roughing) 17:24, Robidas Dal (holding), Ehrhoff SJ (goaltender interference) 19:02.

Second Period

2. San Jose, Bell 2 (Cheechoo, Carle) 16:20

Penalties - Boucher Dal (fighting), Grier SJ (charging, fighting) 10:58.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Cheechoo SJ (tripping) 7:01, Halpern Dal (slashing) 12:50.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 13 14 5-32

San Jose 11 4 8-23

Goal - Dallas: Turco (L,5-1-0); San Jose: Nabokov (W,2-1-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 0-5; San Jose: 0-3.

Referees - Chris Rooney, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Vaughan Rody.

Attendance - 16,380 (17,496).

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