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Tuesday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Tuesday's NHL games:

Canadiens 4 at Maple Leafs 3 (OT)

First Period

1. Montreal, Markov 6 (Smolinski, Kovalev) 13:43 (pp)

Penalties - Markov Mtl (high-sticking) 2:05, Bouillon Mtl (tripping) 9:06, McCabe Tor (hooking) 12:08, Gill Tor (delay of game) 12:58, White Tor (hooking) 15:34, Kovalev Mtl (holding) 16:59.

Second Period

2. Toronto, Wellwood 1 (Tlusty, White) 2:01

3. Toronto, Wellwood 2 (Sundin, McCabe) 18:26 (pp)

4. Montreal, Kostitsyn 2 (Kovalev, Plekanec) 19:09

Penalties - Bouillon Mtl (interference) 11:10, Markov Mtl (high-sticking) 11:56, Markov Mtl (roughing) 16:28.

Third Period

5. Toronto, Devereaux 3 (White, Bell) 9:44

6. Montreal, Kovalev 9 (Plekanec, Streit) 13:58

Penalties - Markov Mtl (delay of game) 6:37, Komisarek Mtl (high-sticking), Tlusty Tor (unsportsmanlike conduct-diving) 10:37, Koivu Mtl, Stajan Tor (unsportsmanlike conduct) 19:45.

Overtime

7. Montreal, Komisarek 2, 0:35

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 11 5 8 1-25

Toronto 13 15 11 1-40

Goal - Montreal: Price (W,4-1-1); Toronto: Raycroft (L,2-1-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 1-3; Toronto: 1-7.

Referees - Kelly Sutherland, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Michel Cormier.

Attendance - 19,595 (18,819).

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Wild 2 at Flames 3

First Period

1. Calgary, Phaneuf 4 (Tanguay, Huselius) 15:43 (pp)

Penalties - Skoula Min (delay of game) 4:03, Carney Min (hooking) 14:36, Nolan Cal (roughing) 16:07.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Foy Min (tripping) 9:02, Lombardi Cal (hooking) 10:55, Vorus Min (holding) 15:44.

Third Period

2. Minnesota, Koivu 4 (Johnsson, Parrish) 3:17

3. Minnesota, Koivu 5 (Nummelin, Foster) 9:52 (pp)

4. Calgary, Iginla 11 (Conroy, Kiprusoff) 10:13

5. Calgary, Huselius 8 (Langkow, Eriksson) 19:07

Penalties - Tanguay Cal (holding stick) 3:42, Tanguay Cal (high-sticking) 8:21, Sarich Cal (delay of game) 11:03, Koivu Min (tripping) 19:35.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 7 8 13-28 Calgary 13 10 5-28 Goal - Minnesota: Backstrom (L,7-3-1); Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,7-8-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Minnesota: 1-5; Calgary: 1-5.

Referees - Rob Martell, Justin St-Pierre. Linesmen - Shane Heyer, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 19,289 (19,289).

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Panthers 2 at Thrashers 3 (OT)

First Period

1. Florida, Peltonen 4 (Weiss, Booth) 12:44

Penalties - Weiss Fla (goaltender interference) 3:13, Montador Fla (interference) 14:12.

Second Period

2. Atlanta, White 4 (Kovalchuk, Hossa) 0:31

Penalty - Zhitnik Atl (interference) 9:25.

Third Period

3. Florida, Booth 4 (Bouwmeester, Mezei) 15:21

4. Atlanta, Hossa 7 (Kovalchuk, Enstrom) 19:57 (pp)

Penalties - Mezei Fla (hooking) 5:38, Salei Fla (slashing) 8:53, Campbell Fla (tripping) 18:51.

Overtime

5. Atlanta, Kovalchuk 15 (White) 0:25

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Florida 5 11 4 1-21

Atlanta 13 7 12 1-33

Goal - Florida: Anderson (L,0-2-1); Atlanta: Hedberg (W,5-4-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Florida: 0-1; Atlanta: 1-5.

Referees - Brian Pochmara, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen - Jay Sharrers, Brian Murphy.

Attendance - 12,599 (18,545).

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Red Wings 3 at Blues 4

First Period

1. Detroit, Datsyuk 3 (Filppula, Kronwall) 4:30

2. Detroit, Cleary 6 (Hudler, Kronwall) 16:04

Penalties - Chelios Det (hooking) 2:05, Kopecky Det (interference) 4:39, Rucinsky StL (holding) 9:37, Mayers StL (interference) 13:55, Hudler Det, Jackman StL (roughing) 16:04, Kariya StL (slashing) 17:52.

Second Period

3. St. Louis, Tkachuk 6 (Stempniak, Johnson) 5:09 (pp)

4. St. Louis, Perron 3 (Wagner, Brewer) 13:14

5. St. Louis, Perron 4 (Wagner, Tkachuk) 14:47 (pp)

6. St. Louis, Mayers 3 (Rucinsky, Johnson) 15:51

Penalties - Draper Det, Cleary Det (hooking) 4:52, Ellis Det (hooking) 13:37.

Third Period

7. Detroit, Filppula 3 (Hudler, Rafalski) 15:13

Penalty - Tkachuk StL (slashing) 13:08.

Shots on goal by

Detroit 7 17 6-30

St. Louis 5 7 4-16

Goal (shots-saves) - Detroit: Hasek (L,5-3-1)(12-8), Osgood (15:51 second)(4-4); St. Louis: Legace (W,7-5-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Detroit: 0-4; St. Louis: 2-5.

Referees - Greg Kimmerly, Brad Meier. Linesmen - Pierre Racicot, Tony Sericolo.

Attendance - 18,440 (19,260).

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Kings 3 at Ducks 4 (SO)

First Period

1. Anaheim, Getzlaf 6 (Pronger, Schneider) 15:14 (pp)

2. Anaheim, Marchant 2 (Miller, McDonald) 16:30

3. Los Angeles, Preissing 1 (Armstrong, Frolov) 19:46 (pp)

Penalties - Blake LA (interference) 4:41, Schneider Ana (holding stick) 8:40, Cammalleri LA (hooking) 14:27, Marchant Ana (double roughing) 17:48.

Second Period

4. Anaheim, Huskins 2 (Beauchemin, Getzlaf) 14:51 (pp)

Penalties - Marchant Ana (slashing) 6:29, Johnson LA (roughing) 13:08, Huskins Ana (holding) 18:46.

Third Period

5. Los Angeles, Moulson 2 (Frolov, Modry) 4:36

6. Los Angeles, Cammalleri 12 (Visnovsky, Frolov) 13:11 (pp)

Penalties - Blake LA (tripping) 8:05, Beauchemin Ana (cross-checking) 11:11, Niedermayer Ana (high-sticking) 12:33, Perry Ana (elbowing) 18:51.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - Blake LA, Kunitz Ana (roughing) 4:40.

Shootout

Anaheim wins 2-0

Los Angeles (0) - Kopitar, miss; Brown, miss.

Anaheim (2) - Getzlaf, miss; Perry, goal; McDonald, goal.

Shots on goal by

Los Angeles 10 11 10 1-32

Anaheim 12 12 7 2-33

Goal - Los Angeles: LaBarbera (L,4-4-1); Anaheim: Giguere (W,5-4-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Los Angeles: 2-8; Anaheim: 2-4.

Referees - Chris Lee, Ian Walsh. Linesmen - Brad Lazarowich, Jonny Murray.

Attendance - 17,174 (17,174).

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