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Wednesday's NHL scoring summaries

Thrashers 2 at Rangers 4

First Period

1. Atlanta, Tkachuk 1 (Kovalchuk, Havelid) 6:38

2. N.Y. Rangers, Rozsival 2 (Straka, Nylander) 7:57 (pp)

Penalties - Slater Atl (interference) 7:45, Malik NYR (interference) 8:25.

Second Period

3. Atlanta, de Vries 1 (Dupuis, Hossa) 12:26

4. N.Y. Rangers, Shanahan 3 (Avery) 18:18

Penalties - Prucha NYR (holding) 10:02, Sutton Atl (tripping) 12:59, Kozlov Atl (tripping) 19:02.

Third Period

5. N.Y. Rangers, Cullen 1 (Pock, Callahan) 2:06

6. N.Y. Rangers, Jagr 2, 18:27 (en)

Penalties - Belanger Atl (slashing) 4:50, Exelby Atl (roughing) 5:56, Tyutin NYR (interference) 7:52, Dupuis Atl (interference) 11:30, Malik NYR (holding) 18:43.

Shots on goal by

Atlanta 10 10 6-26

N.Y. Rangers 8 11 12-31

Goal - Atlanta: Hedberg (L,0-2-0); N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (W,4-0-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Atlanta: 0-4; N.Y. Rangers: 1-6.

Referees - Mike Hasenfratz, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen - Pierre Champoux, Scott Driscoll.

Attendance - 18,200 (18,200).

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Sabres 4 at Islanders 2

First Period

1. N.Y. Islanders, Blake 1 (Poti, Bergeron) 6:24

2. Buffalo, Vanek 2 (Numminen, Roy) 11:17

3. Buffalo, Drury 3 (Zubrus, Stafford) 13:05

4. N.Y. Islanders, Sillinger 1 (Kozlov, Smyth) 19:44 (pp)

Penalties - Bergeron NYI (high-sticking) 3:01, Vanek Buf (holding) 4:24, Poti NYI (cross-checking) 7:37, Spacek Buf (tripping) 16:58, Numminen Buf (boarding) 19:07, Park NYI (interference) 20:00.

Second Period

5. Buffalo, Drury 4 (Campbell, Briere) 0:39 (pp)

Penalty - Campbell Buf (tripping) 18:39.

Third Period

6. Buffalo, Pominville 1, 18:48

Penalties - None

Shots on goal by

Buffalo 11 15 5-31

N.Y. Islanders 12 7 7-26

Goal - Buffalo: Miller (W,3-1); N.Y. Islanders: DiPietro (L,1-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Buffalo: 1-3; N.Y. Islanders: 1-4.

Referees - Mike Leggo, Rob Shick. Linesmen - Shane Heyer, Brad Kovachik.

Attendance - 16,234 (16,234).

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Devils 4 at Lightning 3 (OT)

First Period

1. New Jersey, Gionta 2 (Oduya, Rafalski) 6:04

2. Tampa Bay, Perrin 1, 12:08

3. New Jersey, Parise 5 (Martin, Zajac) 14:20

Penalties - Ward TB (hooking) 4:03, Prospal TB (goaltender interference) 15:36, Elias NJ (interference) 18:46.

Second Period

4. New Jersey, Parise 6 (Greene, Zajac) 9:42 (pp)

5. Tampa Bay, St. Louis 3 (Kuba, Richards) 11:39

6. Tampa Bay, Lecavalier 5 (Prospal, St. Louis) 15:20

Penalties - Richards TB (tripping) 5:34, Richards TB (boarding) 8:02, Fedotenko TB (roughing), Gomez NJ (roughing) 10:35, St. Louis TB (slashing) 17:20, Lecavalier TB (hooking) 18:42, New Jersey bench (too many men, served by Gomez) 19:43.

Third Period

No Scoring

Penalties - None

First Overtime

7. New Jersey, Gomez 1, 12:54

Penalties - Martin NJ (delay of game) 0:43, Boyle TB (hooking) 8:09.

Shots on goal by

New Jersey 10 12 7 8-37

Tampa Bay 6 12 10 5-33

Goal - New Jersey: Brodeur (W,2-2); Tampa Bay: Holmqvist (L,2-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - New Jersey: 1-7; Tampa Bay: 0-3.

Referees - Dave Jackson, Mick McGeough. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 20,940 (19,758).

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Predators 2 at Sharks 3

First Period

1. San Jose, Michalek 3 (Thornton, Cheechoo) 3:29

Penalties - Clowe SJ (hooking) 3:57, Hartnell Nash (goaltender interference) 11:59.

Second Period

2. San Jose, Pavelski 1 (McLaren, Hannan) 1:06

3. Nashville, Arnott 1 (Dumont, Tootoo) 2:32

4. San Jose, Michalek 4 (Thornton, Cheechoo) 12:53

Penalties - Forsberg Nash (elbowing) 3:46, Legwand Nash (hooking) 6:23, Tootoo Nash (hooking) 10:33, Grier SJ (elbowing) 14:13.

Third Period

5. Nashville, Hartnell 1 (Legwand, Kariya) 17:08 (pp)

Penalties - Radulov Nash (hooking) 10:02, Clowe SJ (hooking) 15:40.

Shots on goal by

Nashville 14 8 3-25

San Jose 5 8 10-23

Goal - Nashville: Vokoun (L,1-3); San Jose: Nabokov (W,3-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Nashville: 1-3; San Jose: 0-5.

Referees - Marc Joannette, Don Koharski. Linesmen - Jay Sharrers, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 17,496 (17,496).

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