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Wednesday's NHL scoring summaries

Canadiens 4 at Capitals 1

First Period

1. Montreal, Dandenault 1 (Latendresse, Plekanec) 12:36

2. Montreal, Downey 1 (Bonk, Latendresse) 18:15

Penalties - Koivu Mtl (hooking) 4:20, Markov Mtl (holding) 8:18, Green Wash (hooking) 8:48, Plekanec Mtl (tripping) 14:51.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Downey Mtl, Brashear Wash (fighting) 2:57, Semin Wash (hooking) 14:30.

Third Period

3. Montreal, Koivu 15 (Souray, Kovalev) 14:36 (pp)

4. Washington, Semin 16 (Ovechkin, Zubrus) 17:04 (pp)

5. Montreal, Souray 13, 19:15 (en)

Penalties - Komisarek Mtl (interference) 5:42, Green Wash (interference) 10:13, Kovalev Mtl (holding) 10:43, Rivet Mtl, Pettinger Wash (delay of game) 12:49, Semin Wash (slashing) 13:16, Bonk Mtl (hooking) 16:03, Rivet Mtl (cross-checking) 16:33, Komisarek Mtl (slashing) 18:22.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 7 11 9-27

Washington 14 5 12-31

Goal - Montreal: Huet (W,15-4-3); Washington: Kolzig (L,12-9-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 1-4; Washington: 1-8.

Referees - Mike Hasenfratz, Dave Jackson. Linesmen - Michel Cormier, Anthony Sericolo.

Attendance - 15,609 (18,277).

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Islanders 0 at Senators 2

First Period

1. Ottawa, Fisher 9 (Alfredsson, Redden) 18:12

Penalties - None.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Witt NYI (high-sticking) 2:47, Redden Ott (hooking) 3:53, Asham NYI (tripping) 14:21.

Third Period

2. Ottawa, Kelly 5 (Volchenkov, Alfredsson) 16:29 (pp)

Penalties - Yashin NYI (hooking), Park NYI (tripping), N.Y. Islanders bench (abuse of officials; served by Asham) 12:30.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Islanders 3 10 5-18 Ottawa 12 12 5-29

Goal - N.Y. Islanders: DiPietro (L,16-11-1); Ottawa: Emery (W,13-9-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - N.Y. Islanders: 0-1; Ottawa: 1-5.

Referees - Eric Furlatt, Dan Marouelli. Linesmen - Pierre Champoux, Greg Devorski.

Attendance - 20,192 (19,153).

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Flames 5 at Canucks 6 (OT)

First Period

1. Vancouver, D.Sedin 13 (Bieksa, Ohlund) 2:32 (pp)

2. Vancouver, H.Sedin 5 (D.Sedin, Pyatt) 13:39

Penalties - Kobasew Cal (goaltender interference) 1:19, Fitzpatrick Vcr (hooking) 3:48, Kobasew Cal (roughing) 6:58, Bieksa Vcr (high-sticking) 7:59, Yelle Cal (hooking) 14:54, Bulis Vcr (goaltender interference) 18:46.

Second Period

3. Calgary, Ritchie 3 (Amonte, Giordano) 8:55

4. Calgary, Huselius 12 (Ro.Regehr, Langkow) 10:55

5. Vancouver, Cooke 2 (Linden, Ohlund) 14:09

6. Vancouver, Morrison 9 (Mitchell, Cooke) 16:40 (sh)

Penalties - Ohlund Vcr (holding) 3:49, Ohlund Vcr (tripping) 15:52, Amonte Cal (slashing) 17:42.

Third Period

7. Calgary, Huselius 13, 0:51

8. Calgary, Moss 3 (Boyd, Yelle) 2:12

9. Calgary, Langkow 13 (Iginla, Phaneuf) 15:13 (pp)

10. Vancouver, Kesler 5 (Naslund, Bulis) 16:20

Penalty - Ohlund Vcr (tripping) 14:52.

Overtime

11. Vancouver, Salo 5 (Ohlund, D.Sedin) 2:46.

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 8 13 15 0-36

Vancouver 15 3 4 1-23

Goal - Calgary: Kiprusoff (L,16-14-2); Vancouver: Luongo (W,19-15-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary 1-6; Vancouver 1-4.

Referees - Kelly Sutherland, Dennis LaRue. Linesmen - Mark Wheler, Lonnie Cameron.

Attendance - 18,630 (18,630).

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Thrashers 4 at Penguins 2

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Christensen 6 (Whitney, Recchi) 16:51 (pp)

Penalties - Ouellet Pgh (slashing) 2:02, Melichar Pgh (hooking) 6:38, Melichar Pgh (hooking) 12:31, Vishnevski Atl (tripping) 15:19, Kovalchuk Atl (interference) 17:26.

Second Period

2. Atlanta, Vishnevski 3 (Slater, Hossa) 8:18

3. Atlanta, Havelid 1 (Hossa, Kozlov) 16:10 (pp)

Penalties - Orpik Pgh (hooking) 6:29, Krog Atl (hooking) 7:55, Armstrong Pgh (holding stick) 14:51, de Vries Atl (hooking) 19:38.

Third Period

4. Pittsburgh, Whitney 5 (Malkin) 0:57 (pp)

5. Atlanta, Kozlov 15 (Sim, Krog) 7:04

6. Atlanta, Holik 8 (Hossa) 19:41 (en)

Penalties - Kovalchuk Atl (interference) 7:36, Hnidy Atl (interference) 12:20, Recchi Pgh (hooking) 19:03.

Shots on goal by

Atlanta 9 16 6-31

Pittsburgh 8 9 20-37

Goal - Atlanta: Lehtonen (W,18-7-6); Pittsburgh: Fleury (L,14-11-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Atlanta: 2-6; Pittsburgh: 2-6.

Referees - Paul Devorski, Chris Lee. Linesmen - Steve Barton, Derek Nansen.

Attendance - 17,132 (16,940).

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Flyers 1 at Panthers 3

First Period

1. Florida, Olesz 5 (Gelinas) 0:30

Penalties - Eager Pha (interference) 2:52, Zhitnik Pha (holding) 6:08, Kwiatkowski Fla (hooking) 7:27, Jones Pha (hooking) 9:56, Kwiatkowski, Fla (hooking) 15:12, Allen Fla (roughing) 19:20.

Second Period

2. Florida, Stumpel 10 (Gelinas, Olesz) 3:40

3. Philadelphia, Calder 3 (Jones, Carter) 7:38 (pp)

Penalties - Montador Fla (high-sticking) 5:33, Bouwmeester Fla (hooking) 5:49, Fedoruk Pha (interference) 8:34.

Third Period

4. Florida, Van Ryn 3 (Booth, Gratton) 8:59

Penalties - Eager Pha (fighting), Montador Fla (instigating, fighting, misconduct) 2:22, Calder Pha (roughing) 4:16, Jones Pha (holding) 12:06, Bouwmeester Fla (hooking) 15:42 Campbell Fla (tripping) 16:38.

Shots on goal by

Philadelphia 6 9 9-24

Florida 11 13 9-33

Goal (shots-saves) - Philadelphia: Niittymaki (L,6-20-4)(24-22), Esche (start third)(9-8); Florida, Belfour (W,8-8-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Philadelphia: 1-8; Florida: 0-6.

Referees - Don Koharski, Rob Martell. Linesmen - Scott Driscoll, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 17,771 (19,250).

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Wild 1 at Red Wings 3

First Period

1. Detroit, Maltby 2 (Franzen, Draper) 0:16

Penalties - Boogaard Min (cross-checking) 2:58, Lidstrom Det (hooking) 10:29, Smith Min (hooking) 14:31, Dupuis Min (tripping) 16:44.

Second Period

2. Detroit, Zetterberg 14 (Datsyuk, Schneider) 4:03

3. Detroit, Franzen 4 (Langfeld, Filppula) 6:47

4. Minnesota, Demitra 9 (Koivu, Carney) 17:14

Penalty - Boogaard Min (elbowing) 4:35.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Foster Min (cross-checking) 1:01, Schneider Det (interference) 5:02, Zetterberg Det (hooking) 10:42, Rolston Min (hooking) 12:16.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 7 15 10-32 Detroit 14 14 5-33

Goal - Minnesota: Backstrom (L,4-4-2); Detroit: Hasek (W,19-5-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Minnesota: 0-3; Detroit: 0-6.

Referees - Marc Joannette, Craig Spada. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Ryan Galloway.

Attendance - 20,066 (20,066).

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Stars 5 at Avalanche 4

First Period

1. Dallas, Eriksson 3 (Halpern, Modry) 2:57 (pp)

2. Colorado, Wolski 11 (Klee) 3:44

3. Colorado, Sakic 16 (Wolski) 17:42

4. Dallas, Conner 1 (Daley, Barnes) 18:08

Penalties - Klee Col (hooking) 1:13, Miettinen Dal (high-sticking) 14:13.

Second Period

5. Colorado, Liles 10, 1:49 (pp)

6. Colorado, Brunette 12 (Stastny, Wolski) 12:00 (pp)

7. Dallas, Lehtinen 8 (Halpern, Zubov) 13:27 (pp)

Penalties - Miettinen Dal (interference) 0:58, Brunette Col (interference) 4:43, Boucher Dal (tripping) 7:14, Barnes Dal (hooking) 11:01, Colorado bench (too many men; served by Brunette) 12:57, Conner Dal (tripping) 13:46.

Third Period

8. Dallas, Zubov 6 (Ribeiro, Lehtinen) 0:36

9. Dallas, Halpern 5 (Lehtinen, Boucher) 1:52 (pp)

Penalties - Wolski Col (tripping) 1:30, Daley Dal (holding) 19:50.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 7 11 9-27

Colorado 12 7 13-32

Goal (shots-saves) - Dallas: Turco (W,19-11-0); Colorado: Theodore (L,9-10-1)(22-17), Budaj (1:52 third)(5-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 3-4; Colorado: 2-6.

Referees - Dan O'Halloran, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen - Don Henderson, Brian Mach.

Attendance - 18,007 (18,007).

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