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Wednesday's NHL scoring summaries

Ducks 2 at Thrashers 1

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Havelid Atl (hooking) 0:29, Kapanen Atl (holding) 12:52, Thornton Ana (interference) 18:37.

Second Period

1. Anaheim, Selanne 18 (Getzlaf, Pronger) 15:41 (pp)

Penalties - R.Niedermayer Ana (high-sticking) 0:34, Kovalchuk Atl (roughing) 2:16, Kunitz Ana (tripping) 3:23, Perry Ana (roughing) 11:00, O'Brien Ana, Sim Atl (misconduct) 13:57, de Vries Atl (hooking) 14:38, R.Niedermayer Ana (hooking) 16:15, Beauchemin Ana (interference), Holik Atl (diving) 16:41.

Third Period

2. Atlanta, Kapanen 3 (Kovalchuk, Kunitz) 11:49 (pp)

3. Anaheim, Selanne 19 (McDonald, Kunitz) 12:45

Penalties - O'Donnell Ana (holding) 1:27, Slater Atl (hooking) 7:31, Moen Ana (holding) 9:54.

Shots on goal by

Anaheim 14 8 10-32

Atlanta 4 14 17-35

Goal - Anaheim: Giguere (W,21-2-5); Atlanta: Lehtonen (W,13-7-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Anaheim: 1-5; Atlanta: 1-7.

Referees - Mick McGeough, Brian Pochmara. Linesmen - Darren Gibbs, Don Henderson.

Attendance - 16,028 (18,545).

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Flyers 4 at Penguins 8

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Thorburn 3 (Ruutu) 4:06

2. Pittsburgh, Crosby 15 (Malone, Scuderi) 5:06

3. Philadelphia, Potulny 1 (Ruzicka, Picard) 5:33

4. Philadelphia, Fedoruk 2 (Umberger, Jones) 9:07

5. Pittsburgh, Gonchar 4 (Recchi, Crosby) 12:50 (pp)

Penalties - Malone Pgh (hooking) 6:54, Fedoruk Pha (holding) 12:06, Fedoruk Pha (unsportsmanlike conduct, roughing), Whitney Pgh (unsportsmanlike conduct) 20:00.

Second Period

6. Pittsburgh, Malone 1 (Crosby, Gonchar) 5:56 (pp)

7. Pittsburgh, Gonchar 5 (Crosby, Malone) 7:17

8. Pittsburgh, Recchi 8 (Gonchar, Crosby) 9:29

Penalties - Fedoruk Pha (interference) 5:28, Timonen Pha (tripping) 12:48, Eager Pha (slashing) 18:40, Knuble Pha (unsportsmanlike conduct, holding) 19:20.

Third Period

9. Philadelphia, Calder 1 (Umberger) 2:20 (sh)

10. Pittsburgh, Ouellet 7 (Malone, Crosby) 3:10 (pp)

11. Philadelphia, Knuble 12 (Potulny, Picard) 4:41

12. Pittsburgh, Staal 8 (Gonchar) 19:53 (sh)

Penalties - Pitkanen Pha (roughing) 8:17, Robitaille Pha (goaltender interference) 10:03, Scuderi Pgh (hooking) 13:43, Moore Pgh (hooking) 18:24.

Shots on goal by

Philadelphia 10 3 10-23

Pittsburgh 6 13 10-29

Goal (shots-saves) - Philadelphia: Niittymaki (L,6-15-4)(start, 9:30 second)(26-19), Houle (7:18 second)(3-2); Pittsburgh: Fleury (W,14-7-4)(start, 5:57 second)(22-18), Thibault (start second)(1-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Philadelphia: 0-3; Pittsburgh: 3-9.

Referees - Kerry Fraser, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen - Scott Driscoll, Steve Miller.

Attendance - 14,150 (16,958).

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Blues 1 at Avalanche 4

First Period

1. St. Louis, Mayers 5 (McClement) 5:35

Penalties - McKee StL (tripping) 6:13, Tkachuk StL (hooking) 8:41.

Second Period

2. Colorado, Sakic 14 (Brunette, Stastny) 1:49 (pp)

3. Colorado, Stastny 8 (Turgeon, Hejduk) 3:35a

4. Colorado, Hejduk 10 (McLean, Skrastins) 15:10

Penalties - Brewer StL (holding) 0:19, Stastny Col (hooking) 9:20, Mayers StL, Laperriere Col (fighting) 16:27, Svatos Col (hooking) 17:31.

Third Period

5. Colorado, Turgeon 3 (Svatos, Vaananen) 5:45

Penalties - Cajanek StL (holding) 0:19, Stastny Col (hooking) 3:08, Klee Col (tripping) 9:49, Dvorak StL (holding) 16:20.

Shots on goal by

St. Louis 9 10 7-26

Colorado 13 20 13-46

Goal (shots-saves) - St. Louis: Bacashihua (L,0-3-1)(start, 16:28 second)(45-41), Schwarz (15:11 second)(1-1); Colorado, Budaj (W,7-6-1).

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

Referees - Marc Joannette, Wes McCauley. Linesmen - Steve Barton, Pierre Champoux.

Attendance - 18,007 (18,007).

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