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Wednesday's NHL scoring summaries

NHL scoring summaries from Wednesday:

Canadiens 2 at Flyers 4

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Richards Pha (boarding) 5:25, Kukkonen Pha (roughing) 11:14.

Second Period

1. Philadelphia, Umberger 6 (Briere) 7:47 (pp)

Penalties - Brisebois Mtl (holding) 1:44, Markov Mtl, Prospal Pha (roughing) 1:50, Koivu Mtl (interference) 6:31, Dowd Pha (hooking) 8:20.

Third Period

2. Philadelphia, Hartnell 2 (Prospal) 6:47

3. Montreal, Plekanec 3 (Gorges, Bouillon) 12:59

4. Montreal, Koivu 3 (Streit, Bouillon) 13:36

5. Philadelphia, Briere 8 (Knuble, Prospal) 16:22 (pp)

6. Philadelphia, Umberger 7 (Carter) 19:58 (en)

Penalties - Umberger Pha (slashing) 4:17, Lapierre Mtl (interference) 7:23, Begin Mtl (interference) 15:52, Latendresse Mtl (misconduct) 19:58.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 14 14 10-38

Philadelphia 7 10 9-26

Goal - Montreal: Halak (L,0-1); Philadelphia: Biron (W,7-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 0-4; Philadelphia: 2-4.

Referees - Bill McCreary, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Shane Heyer, Brad Lazarowich.

Attendance - 19,872 (19,519).

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Sharks 2 at Stars 1

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Modano Dal (tripping) 5:49, Hagman Dal (hooking) 8:09, Roenick SJ (hooking) 12:09, Niskanen Dal (slashing) 16:39.

Second Period

1. Dallas, Lehtinen 3, 5:25

2. San Jose, Marleau 4, 9:19 (sh)

Penalties - Clowe SJ (interference) 8:32, Clowe SJ (elbowing) 13:22, Lundqvist Dal (tripping) 17:32.

Third Period

3. San Jose, Michalek 3 (Thornton, Campbell) 3:26 (pp)

Penalties - Modano Dal (delay of game) 2:41, Eriksson Dal (slashing) 13:01.

Shots on goal by

San Jose 4 11 9-24

Dallas 7 6 5-18

Goal - San Jose: Nabokov (W,5-6); Dallas: Turco (L,7-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - San Jose: 1-6; Dallas: 0-3.

Referees - Marc Joannette, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance - 18,584 (18,532).

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