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Wednesday's NHL Game Summaries

Detailed summaries from yesterday's games:

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THE CANADIAN PRESS

Stars 1 at Flames 2

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Ott Dal, Lundmark Cal (fighting) 1:26, Grossman Dal (hooking) 8:47, Eriksson Dal (tripping) 18:36.

Second Period

1. Dallas, Morrison 12 (Robidas, Eriksson) 1:10

2. Calgary, Lundmark 5 (Langkow, Boyd) 5:39

Penalties - Neal Dal (interference) 8:06, Regehr Cal (holding) 16:15, Brunnstrom Dal (tripping) 19:24.

Third Period

3. Calgary, Nystrom 4 (Boyd) 11:46

Penalties - Fistric Dal (hooking) 3:52, Calgary bench (too many men; served by Peters) 14:26.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 4 12 3-19

Calgary 10 11 10-31 Goal - Dallas: Turco (L,32-27-8); Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,41-17-5).

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

Referees - Chris Rooney, Brad Meier. Linesmen - Jay Sharrers, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 19,289 (19,289).

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Devils 2 at Hurricanes 4

First Period

1. Carolina, Babchuk 10 (Samsonov, Brind'Amour) 9:56 (pp)

Penalties - Salvador NJ (interference) 8:11, Shanahan NJ (interference) 19:30.

Second Period

2. Carolina, Staal 34 (Ruutu, Cole) 1:25 (pp)

3. New Jersey, Parise 41 (Elias, Rolston) 13:22 (pp)

4. Carolina, Babchuk 11 (Pitkanen, Ruutu) 19:22 (pp)

Penalties - Whitney Car (hooking) 1:50, Martin NJ (roughing) 7:20, Cole Car (interference) 7:31, Wallin Car (cross-checking) 12:06, Gleason Car (delay of game) 12:11, Salvador NJ (interference) 17:54, Salvador NJ (cross-checking) 19:44.

Third Period

5. Carolina, Samsonov 15 (Jokinen, Brind'Amour) 12:14

6. New Jersey, Gionta 17 (Zubrus, Havelid) 17:43 (pp)

Penalties - Seidenberg Car (interference) 3:37, LaRose Car (holding) 16:51.

Shots on goal by

New Jersey 9 17 17-43

Carolina 18 6 8-32

Goal - New Jersey: Weekes (L,7-5-0); Carolina: Ward (W,31-22-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - New Jersey: 2-6; Carolina: 3-5.

Referees - Justin St. Pierre, Dennis LaRue. Linesmen - Steve Miller, Derek Amell.

Attendance - 18,544 (18,680).

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Blackhawks 3 at Blue Jackets 4 (OT)

First Period

1. Chicago, Bolland 16 (Ladd, Havlat) 1:00

2. Columbus, Umberger 24 (Voracek) 3:29

3. Columbus, Dorsett 3 (Methot, Peca) 11:09

4. Chicago, Kane 24 (Brouwer, Toews) 17:48

Penalties - Tyutin Clb (double high-sticking) 5:02, Bolland Chi (hooking) 9:03, Tyutin Clb (holding) 15:02, Ladd Chi (high-sticking) 19:42.

Second Period

5. Chicago, Toews 29 (Barker, Kane) 9:50 (pp)

6. Columbus, Nash 34 (Williams, Huselius) 10:48

Penalties - Tyutin Clb (hooking) 8:28, Seabrook Chi, Dorsett Clb (roughing) 12:31, Walker Chi (roughing) 13:47, Seabrook Chi, Vermette Clb (roughing) 15:56, Campbell Chi (holding) 16:43.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Williams Clb (high-sticking) 2:10, Boll Clb (diving) 6:15, Klesla Clb (boarding) 10:17, Seabrook Chi (tripping) 12:24.

Overtime

7. Columbus, Vermette 13 (Umberger, Klesla) 2:38

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Chicago 7 6 12 2-27

Columbus 13 11 3 1-28

Goal - Chicago: Huet (L,19-14-4); Columbus: Mason (W,29-17-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Chicago: 1-7; Columbus: 0-5.

Referees - Don Van Massenhoven, Gord Dwyer. Linesmen - Mark Pare, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 15,190 (18,144).

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Predators 3 at Ducks 4 (OT)

First Period

1. Anaheim, Perry 23 (Getzlaf, Ryan) 4:19

2. Nashville, Ward 13 (Dumont, Suter) 10:09 (pp)

Penalties - de Vries Nash (delay of game) 1:12, Nichol Nash, Brown Ana (fighting) 6:06, Marchant Ana (tripping) 9:54.

Second Period

3. Nashville, Dumont 15 (Suter, Weber) 6:05 (pp)

4. Anaheim, Ebbett 5 (Wisniewski, Christensen) 11:13 (pp)

Penalties - Whitney Ana (tripping) 4:18, Marchant Ana (boarding) 5:57, Nichol Nash (tripping) 9:27, Weber Nash (cross-checking) 19:18.

Third Period

5. Anaheim, Ryan 24 (S.Niedermayer, Pronger) 11:38 (pp)

6. Nashville, Ward 14 (Weber, Suter) 17:15

Penalties - Ward Nash (tripping) 10:58, Fiddler Nash (tripping) 19:11.

Overtime

7. Anaheim, Selanne 22 (Pronger, Getzlaf) 0:34 (pp)

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Nashville 7 9 8 0-24

Anaheim 10 11 8 2-31

Goal - Nashville: Rinne (L,24-11-2); Anaheim: Giguere (W,18-17-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Nashville: 2-3; Anaheim: 3-5.

Referees - Ian Walsh, Mike Leggo. Linesmen - Brad Lazarowich, Andy McElman.

Attendance - 16,181 (17,174).

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