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Wednesday's NHL scoring summaries

Blue Jackets 0 at Red Wings 5

First Period

1. Detroit, Cleary 12 (Schneider, Lang) 5:46

2. Detroit, Cleary 13 (Lidstrom) 10:18 (pp)

Penalties - Svitov Clb (tripping) 4:28, Lidstrom Det (illegal the stick) 5:04, Svitov Clb (hooking) 9:16, Klesla Clb (high-sticking) 11:45, Hudler Det (hooking) 15:02.

Second Period

3. Detroit, Maltby 1, 6:15

4. Detroit, Lidstrom 8 (Datsyuk, Zetterberg) 11:02 (pp)

Penalties - Nash Clb (tripping) 0:50, Holmstrom Det (goaltender interference) 7:11, Zherdev Clb (hooking) 9:56, Filppula Det (tripping) 13:29, Chimera Clb (hooking) 17:25.

Third Period

5. Detroit, Williams 5, 4:38

Penalties - Hasek Det (tripping; served by Hudler) 2:03, Lebda Det (cross-checking) 6:03, Svitov Clb (slashing) 6:03, Lilja Det (hooking) 9:43.

Shots on goal by

Columbus 6 8 13-27

Detroit 14 7 4-25

Goal (shots-saves) - Columbus: Norrena (L,6-6-1)(22-17), Conklin (4:38 third, 3-3); Detroit: Hasek (W,17-5-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Columbus: 0-6; Detroit: 2-6.

Referees - Paul Devorski, Mick McGeough. Linesmen - Andy McElman, Anthony Sericolo.

Attendance - 20,066 (20,066).

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Predators 2 at Blackhawks 1

First Period

1. Chicago, Havlat 12 (Bondra) 14:24

Penalties - Bondra Chi (high-sticking) 0:26, Smithson Nash (high-sticking) 3:03, Lapointe Chi (hooking) 4:28, Suter Nash (tripping) 17:05.

Second Period

No scoring.

Penalties - Suter Nash (holding the stick) 4:48, Timonen Nash (delay of game) 6:04, Wisniewski Chi (hooking) 9:14, Legwand Nash (holding) 15:57.

Third Period

2. Nashville, Kariya 8 (Legwand, Timonen) 6:41

3. Nashville, Kariya 9 (Erat, Timonen) 12:58 (pp)

Penalties - Arkhipov Chi (interference) 0:54, Nashville bench (too many men; served by Dumont) 6:56, Cullimore Chi (hooking) 11:39, Weber Nash (holding) 17:33.

Shots on goal by

Nashville 3 8 8-19

Chicago 4 13 12-29

Goal - Nashville: Mason (W,12-4-2); Chicago: Khabibulin (L,12-6-2).

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

Referees - Brad Meier, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Brad Lazarowich, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 10,201 (20,500).

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Stars 1 at Ducks 4

First Period

1. Anaheim, Pronger 7 (Pahlsson) 3:22

2. Anaheim, Perry 10 (Kunitz, DiPenta) 11:38

3. Dallas, Barnes 4 (Modry, Robidas) 14:41

Penalties - Daley Dal (delay of game) 1:09, Barnaby Dal, Thornton Ana (fighting) 6:26.

Second Period

4. Anaheim, Perry 11 (Thornton, Getzlaf) 0:13

5. Anaheim, S.Niedermayer 6 (Selanne, McDonald) 16:39 (pp)

Penalties - Selanne Ana (goaltender interference) 2:17, Halpern Dal (tripping) 6:09, Selanne Ana (holding) 13:25, Miettinen Dal (hooking) 15:26.

Third Period

No scoring.

Penalties - Boucher Dal (tripping) 5:29, S.Niedermayer Ana (hooking) 6:12, Barnaby Dal (double roughing, game misconduct), O'Brien Ana (roughing), Thornton Ana (roughing) 9:23.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 5 13 9-27

Anaheim 10 11 6-27

Goal (shots-saves) - Dallas: Turco (L,16-10-0)(21-17), Smith (0:00 third, 6-6); Anaheim: Giguere (W,23-3-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 0-3; Anaheim: 1-4.

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Wes McCauley. Linesmen - Vaughan Rody, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance - 17,174 (17,174).

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