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Wednesday's NHL scoring summaries

Hurricanes 0 at Senators 2

First Period

1. Ottawa, Heatley 38 (Spezza, Phillips) 3:54

Penalties - Staal Car (hooking) 10:12, Kelly Ott (high-sticking) 14:29, Hedican Car (hooking) 19:40, Wesley Car (slashing) 19:44.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Walker Car, Phillips Ott (roughing) 7:24, Corvo Ott (holding) 10:56, Commodore Car (interference), Hedican Car, McAmmond Ott (unsportsmanlike conduct) 14:49, Heatley Ott (hooking) 19:38.

Third Period

2. Ottawa, Spezza 27 (Redden, Meszaros) 4:41

Penalties - Spezza Ott (hooking) 2:33, Vermette Ott (delay of game) 3:21, Brind'Amour Car (hooking) 3:24, Corvo Ott (holding) 7:31, Neil Ott (boarding) 15:56, Heatley Ott (slashing) 18:52.

Shots on goal by

Carolina 5 8 14-27

Ottawa 12 8 6-26

Goal - Carolina: Ward (L,25-17-6); Ottawa: Emery (W,26-13-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Carolina: 0-8; Ottawa: 0-5.

Referees - Bill McCreary, Francois St-Laurent. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Michel Cormier.

Attendance - 19,261 (19,153).

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Wild 1 at Flames 2 (SO)

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - White Min (tripping) 5:15, Yelle Cal (hooking) 8:24, Hall Min (goaltender interference), Phaneuf Cal (interference, unsportsmanlike conduct) 10:15.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Rolston Min (tripping) 10:25, Warrener Cal (hooking) 19:56. 19:56.

Third Period

1. Minnesota, Demitra 19 (Rolston, Johnsson) 1:50 (pp)

2. Calgary, Regehr 2 (Huselius, Stuart) 15:29

Penalties - Yelle Cal (holding stick) 0:24, Minnesota bench (too many men; served by Bouchard) 7:19.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Calgary wins 1-0

Minnesota (0) - Demitra, miss; Koivu, miss; Bouchard, miss.

Calgary (1) - Tanguay, miss; Amonte, miss; Iginla, goal.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 9 10 9 1-29 Calgary 5 15 6 1-27

Goal (shots-saves) - Minnesota: Backstrom (5-5), Harding (L,0-0-1)(start second)(22-21)(L,0-0-1); Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,31-18-8).

Power-plays (goals-chances) - Minnesota: 1-4; Calgary: 0-3.

Referees - Tim Peel, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Shane Heyer.

Attendance - 19,289 (19,289).

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Predators 4 at Sharks 3 (SO)

First Period

1. San Jose, Bernier 12 (Michalek, Carle) 12:07 (pp)

2. Nashville, Fiddler 9 (Timonen, Zidlicky) 16:34

3. San Jose, Carle 9 (Ehrhoff, Thornton) 18:50 (pp)

Penalties - Clowe SJ (hooking) 6:49, Nashville bench (too many men; served by Dumont) 9:30, Timonen Nash (cross-checking) 11:26, Vishnevski Nash (delay of game) 18:04, McLaren SJ (holding) 19:46.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Missed penalty shot - Erat Nash, 12:07.

Penalties - Cheechoo SJ (boarding) 2:30, Hamhuis Nash (delay of game) 5:35, Suter Nash (tripping) 9:26, Dumont Nash (slashing), Thornton SJ (roughing) 13:55, Kariya Nash (hooking) 17:19.

Third Period

4. Nashville, Erat 14 (Timonen, Forsberg) 6:29 (pp)

5. Nashville, Radulov 12 (Weber, Suter) 14:53 (pp)

6. San Jose, Vlasic 3, 15:51

Penalties - Brown SJ (hooking) 4:40, Nashville bench (too many men; served by Dumont) 9:04, Bell SJ (hooking) 12:56, Erat Nash (tripping) 17:31.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalty - Ehrhoff SJ (hooking) 4:20.

Shootout

Nashville wins 2-1

Nashville (2) - Radulov, goal; Kariya, miss; Erat, miss; Dumont, goal.

San Jose (1) - Clowe, miss; Pavelski, goal; Thornton, miss; Cheechoo, miss.

Shots on goal by

Nashville 8 6 14 4-32

San Jose 18 5 5 2-30

Goal - Nashville: Vokoun (W,21-8-2); San Jose: Nabokov (L,14-15-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Nashville: 2-6; San Jose: 2-8.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Brad Kovachik, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 17,496(17,496).

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