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Tuesday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Tuesday's NHL games:

Flames 2 at Senators 3

First Period

1. Calgary, Hagman 21 (Iginla, Stajan) 16:51

2. Ottawa, Kovalev 15 (Kuba, Spezza) 17:10 (pp)

Penalties - Ott Kuba (tripping) 1:19, White Cal (delay of game) 17:01e

Second Period

3. Calgary, Stajan 18 (Iginla, Hagman) 3:18

4. Ottawa, Ruutu 9 (Winchester) 9:36

5. Ottawa, Spezza 13 (Cheechoo) 16:37

Penalties - Giordano Cal (roughing) 10:15, Stajan Cal, Winchester Ott (roughing), Mayers Cal, Neil Ott (fighting) 16:55, Iginla Cal, Phillips Ott (roughing) 17:03.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalty - Bouwmeester Cal (holding) 18:43.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 12 11 6-29

Ottawa 11 10 10-31

Goal - Calgary: Kiprusoff (L,26-18-9); Ottawa: Elliott (W,20-12-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 0-1; Ottawa: 1-3.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Derek Nansen, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 18,682 (19,153).

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Canucks 1 at Lightning 3

First Period

1. Tampa Bay, Stamkos 33 (St. Louis, Malone) 8:00 (pp)

Penalties - Rypien Vcr, Konopka TB (fighting) 3:00, Edler Vcr (holding) 6:42, Hedman TB (holding) 9:05, Meszaros TB (slashing) 10:40.

Second Period

2. Vancouver, Kesler 15 (Ehrhoff) 19:53 (pp)

Penalties - Lukowich Vcr (interference) 1:42, Bernier Vcr (hooking) 7:18, O'Brien Vcr (interference) 11:22, Ohlund TB (high-sticking) 19:46.

Third Period

3. Tampa Bay, St. Louis 19, 2:52 (sh)

4. Tampa Bay, St. Louis 20 (Stamkos, Downie) 15:40

Penalties - Downie TB (high-sticking) 1:30, Malone TB (tripping) 6:43, Rome Vcr (high-sticking) 16:07.

Shots on goal by

Vancouver 13 15 12-40

Tampa Bay 8 5 6-19

Goal - Vancouver: Luongo (L,30-16-2); Tampa Bay: Niittymaki (W,16-9-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Vancouver: 1-5; Tampa Bay: 1-5.

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Steve Kozari. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Andy McElman.

Attendance - 14,226 (19,758).

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Bruins 3 at Sabres 2 (SO)

First Period

1. Boston, Paille 8 (Savard, Satan) 4:51

2. Boston, Paille 9 (Chara, Morris) 11:58

Penalties - None.

Second Period

3. Buffalo, Roy 13 (Connolly, Pominville) 4:35 (pp)

4. Buffalo, Myers 8 (Gaustad) 18:35

Penalties - Thornton Bos, Rivet Buf (fighting), Lucic Bos (hooking) 2:54, Begin Bos (holding) 3:46, Gaustad Buf (unsportsmanlike conduct) 9:52.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Wideman Bos (cross-checking) 11:08, Lucic Bos, Mair Buf (fighting) 14:16.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalty - Vanek Buf (hooking) 1:27.

Shootout

Boston wins 2-1

Boston (2) - Sturm, goal; Ryder, miss; Savard, miss; Krejci, goal.

Buffalo (1) - Pominville, goal; Hecht, miss; Connolly, miss; Stafford, miss.

Shots on goal by

Boston 11 11 8 4-34

Buffalo 17 14 12 2-45

Goal - Boston: Rask (W,12-7-4); Buffalo: Miller (L,29-14-6).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Boston: 0-2; Buffalo: 1-3.

Referees - Stephen Walkom, Brad Meier. Linesmen - Anthony Sericolo, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 18,690 (18,690).

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Predators 3 at Islanders 4 (SO)

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Martin NYI (interference) 10:03, Hamhuis Nash (interference) 16:02, Tootoo Nash (diving), Bergenheim NYI (slashing) 19:47.

Second Period

1. N.Y. Islanders, Meyer 2 (Schremp, Streit) 5:10

2. Nashville, O'Reilly 1, 10:35

3. Nashville, Ward 12 (Smithson, Hamhuis) 13:51

4. N.Y. Islanders, Gervais 2 (Martin, Schremp) 19:03 (pp)

Penalties - Nielsen NYI (hooking) 8:10, Smithson Nash (interference) 17:21, Weber Nash (cross-checking) 17:41.

Third Period

5. Nashville, Sullivan 12 (Erat, Arnott) 4:12 (pp)

6. N.Y. Islanders, Streit 8 (Martin, Okposo) 19:48 (pp)

Penalties - Comeau NYI (cross-checking) 1:51, Bergenheim NYI (high-sticking) 3:34, Suter Nash (interference) 5:22, New York bench (too many men; served by Joensuu) 8:31, Dumont Nash (high-sticking) 15:44, Erat Nash (boarding) 19:14.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

N.Y. Islanders wins 2-1

Nashville (1) - Sullivan, miss; Legwand, miss; Erat, goal; Hornqvist, miss.

N.Y. Islanders (2) - Nielsen, goal; Schremp, miss; Moulson, miss; Tavares, goal.

Shots on goal by

Nashville 9 12 5 1-27

N.Y. Islanders 3 17 9 3-32

Goal - Nashville: Rinne (L,20-11-4); N.Y. Islanders: Biron (W,3-11-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Nashville: 1-5; N.Y. Islanders: 2-6.

Referees - Frederick L'Ecuyer, Marc Joannette. Linesmen - Ryan Galloway, Brad Lazarowich.

Attendance - 11,487 (16,234).

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Panthers 1 at Hurricanes 4

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Campbell Fla, Gleason Car (fighting) 6:16, Ballard Fla (interference) 13:27, Allen Fla, Goertzen Car (fighting) 17:01, Oreskovich Fla (slashing) 18:37.

Second Period

1. Carolina, Jokinen 21 (Staal, Cullen) 5:28 (pp)

2. Florida, Stillman 11 (Weiss, McCabe) 9:36

3. Carolina, Pitkanen 4 (Whitney, A.Ward) 13:00

Penalties - Ballard Fla (tripping) 3:56, Jokinen Car (hooking) 10:28.

Third Period

4. Carolina, Cullen 12 (Gleason, Kostopoulos) 3:11

5. Carolina, Ruutu 12 (Yelle, Cullen) 18:46 (en)

Penalties - Kostopoulos Car (interference) 0:46, A.Ward Car (interference) 5:29, Kulikov Fla (slashing) 6:29, Yelle Car (tripping) 20:00.

Shots on goal by

Florida 8 7 5-20

Carolina 9 13 8-30

Goal - Florida: Vokoun (L,19-20-9); Carolina: Legace (W,6-5-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Florida: 0-3; Carolina: 1-4.

Referees - Francois St. Laurent, Tim Peel. Linesmen - Tim Nowak, Bryan Pancich.

Attendance - 18,393 (18,680).

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Red Wings 3 at Blues 4 (SO)

First Period

1. Detroit, Draper 7 (Ericsson, Helm) 12:19

Penalties - Bertuzzi Det (holding) 0:28, May Det, Winchester StL (fighting) 4:20, Perron StL (boarding) 10:06, Meech Det (holding) 16:07.

Second Period

2. St. Louis, Perron 16 (Kariya, Backes) 12:20

3. St. Louis, Kariya 11 (Backes, Jackman) 18:10

Penalties - Perron StL (interference) 10:06, Tkachuk StL (holding) 13:03.

Third Period

4. St. Louis, McDonald 18 (Johnson, Colaiacovo) 6:57 (pp)

5. Detroit, Datsyuk 16 (Zetterberg, Franzen) 14:26

6. Detroit, Filppula 6 (Bertuzzi, Rafalski) 17:40

Penalties - Lebda Det (tripping) 1:28, Perron StL (high-sticking) 3:43, Cleary Det (holding) 5:17, Stuart Det (interference) 10:47.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

St. Louis wins 2-1

Detroit (1) - Datsyuk, miss; Ja.Williams, goal; Zetterberg, miss.

St. Louis (2) - McDonald, miss; Oshie, goal; Boyes, goal.

Shots on goal by

Detroit 12 14 13 3-42

St. Louis 20 8 11 6-45

Goal - Detroit: Howard (L,20-13-7); St. Louis: Mason (W,18-17-8).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Detroit: 0-4; St. Louis: 1-5.

Referees - Gord Dwyer, Chris Rooney. Linesmen - Darren Gibbs, Brian Murphy.

Attendance - 19,150 (19,150).

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Stars 3 at Blackhawks 4 (SO)

First Period

1. Dallas, Ribeiro 11 (Neal, Brunnstrom) 8:27 (pp)

2. Chicago, Kane 23 (Sharp, Seabrook) 13:54

3. Dallas, Neal 24 (Richards, Woywitka) 18:03

4. Chicago, Kane 24 (Sharp, Bolland) 19:31

Penalties - Ladd Chi (hooking) 4:09, Byfuglien Chi (interference) 7:26, Morrow Dal (hooking) 8:57, Grossman Dal (cross-checking) 10:05, Toews Chi (hooking) 10:20.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Niskanen Dal (interference) 5:57, Seabrook Chi (interference) 8:46.

Third Period

5. Chicago, Brouwer 18 (Hossa, Versteeg) 6:13

6. Dallas, Eriksson 23 (Richards, Neal) 16:10

Penalties - None.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalty - Keith Chi (hooking) 2:29.

Shootout

Chicago wins 1-0

Dallas (0) - Richards, miss; Eriksson, miss; Ribeiro, miss; Niskanen, miss; Neal, miss.

Chicago (1) - Toews, miss; Kane, miss; Sharp, miss; Hossa, miss; Versteeg, goal.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 5 7 10 5-27

Chicago 8 16 14 2-40

Goal - Dallas: Turco (L,17-15-9); Chicago: Niemi (W,15-4-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 1-5; Chicago: 0-3.

Referees - Greg Kimmerly, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen - Thor Nelson, Brian Mach.

Attendance - 21,446 (19,717).

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