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Tuesday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Tuesday's NHL games:

Canadiens 4 at Maple Leafs 3 (SO)

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Belak Tor (tripping) 5:37, Kostitsyn Mtl (hooking) 11:07.

Second Period

1. Toronto, Tucker 3 (Pohl, Blake) 2:50

2. Montreal, Kovalev 11 (Markov, Streit) 4:50 (pp)

3. Toronto, Kilger 5 (Wozniewski, McCabe) 6:35

4. Montreal, Latendresse 5 (Koivu, Higgins) 7:08

Penalties - Bell Tor (high-sticking) 3:23, Latendresse Mtl (high-sticking) 9:52, McCabe Tor (tripping) 18:31, Wozniewski Tor (high-sticking) 19:54.

Third Period

5. Montreal, Kovalev 12 (Smolinski, Markov) 1:09 (pp)

6. Toronto, Sundin 12 (Blake, Antropov) 19:42

Penalties - Dandenault Mtl (interference) 1:50, Kilger Tor (tripping) 7:53, Higgins Mtl (tripping) 14:08.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Montreal wins 2-1

Montreal (2) - Kovalev, goal; Plekanec, miss; Koivu, miss; Higgins, miss; Kostitsyn, goal.

Toronto (1) - Wellwood, miss; Sundin, goal; Antropov, miss; Tucker, miss; Blake, miss.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 6 15 6 3-30

Toronto 16 14 15 1-46

Goal - Montreal: Price (W,6-2-1); Toronto: Toskala (L,6-8-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 2-5; Toronto 0-4.

Referees - Gord Dwyer, Dean Warren. Linesmen - Greg Devorski, Andy McElman.

Attendance - 19,608 (18,819).

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Flames 3 at Red Wings 5

First Period

1. Calgary, Regehr 3 (Conroy, Iginla) 11:01

2. Detroit, Datsyuk 6 (Holmstrom, Zetterberg) 15:49

3. Detroit, Draper 6 (Maltby, Kronwall) 16:12

Penalties - Lidstrom Det (hooking) 6:25, Maltby Det (tripping) 11:40.

Second Period

4. Detroit, Holmstrom 13 (Datsyuk, Lidstrom) 4:36 (pp)

5. Calgary, Phaneuf 5 (Iginla, Huselius) 14:03 (pp)

Penalties - Conroy Cal (tripping) 3:32, Nolan Cal (high-sticking) 4:16, Sarich Cal (slashing) 9:52, Hudler Det (roughing) 13:10, Chelios Det (high-sticking) 13:44, Phaneuf Cal (high-sticking) 14:49, Nystrom Cal (hooking) 17:02.

Third Period

6. Detroit, Datsyuk 7 (Rafalski, Lidstrom) 0:37

7. Calgary, Tanguay 6 (Iginla, Eriksson) 3:02

8. Detroit, Filppula 4 (Hudler, Samuelsson) 6:12

Penalties - Rafalski Det (holding) 9:06, Iginla Cal (high-sticking) 9:57, Phaneuf Cal, Lilja Det (fighting) 12:58, Lombardi Cal (holding stick) 16:15.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 8 5 9-22

Detroit 9 17 9-35

Goal (shots-saves) - Calgary: Kiprusoff (15-12), McElhinney (L,0-2-0)(4:36 second)(20-18); Detroit: Osgood (W,11-1-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 1-5; Detroit: 1-7.

Referees - Chris Rooney, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen - Pierre Champoux, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 17,108 (20,058).

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Ducks 0 at Canucks 4

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalty - Burrows Vcr (interference) 10:58.

Second Period

1. Vancouver, Naslund 11 (D.Sedin, H.Sedin) 3:20

2. Vancouver, Kesler 6 (Naslund, H.Sedin) 12:38 (pp)

3. Vancouver, Cooke 4 (Edler, Ohlund) 16:33

Penalties - Sutherby Ana, Isbister Vcr (fighting) 8:23, Perry Ana (holding stick) 9:03, Getzlaf Ana (interference) 12:25, O'Donnell Ana (hooking) 12:28, Parros Ana (double roughing), Burrows Vcr (roughing) 18:41, O'Donnell Ana (cross-checking) 19:07.

Third Period

4. Vancouver, Kesler 7 (Cooke, Ohlund) 5:05 (pp)

Missed penalty shot - H.Sedin Vcr, 19:10.

Penalties - Pronger Ana (delay of game) 0:33, Getzlaf Ana (roughing, unsportsmanlike conduct) 2:14, O'Donnell Ana (cross-checking), D.Sedin Vcr (goaltender interference) 4:39, Schneider Ana (interference) 16:16, Pronger Ana, Sutherby Ana, Cooke Vcr (roughing, misconducts) 17:13, Burrows Vcr (holding) 18:17.

Shots on goal by

Anaheim 15 4 7-26

Vancouver 5 17 11-33

Goal (shots-saves) - Anaheim: Giguere (L,8-6-2)(27-23), Hiller (7:44 third)(6-6); Vancouver: Luongo (W,11-9-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Anaheim: 0-2; Vancouver: 2-10.

Referees - Steve Kozari, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen - Brian Murphy, Thor Nelson.

Attendance - 18,630 (18,630).

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