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Wednesday's NHL scoring summaries

Scoring summaries from Wednesday's NHL games:

Maple Leafs 6 at Devils 5 (SO)

First Period

1. New Jersey, Vrana 2 (Mottau, Greene) 2:32

2. New Jersey, Zubrus 2 (Gionta, Greene) 7:04

Penalty - Zubrus NJ (hooking) 11:13.

Second Period

3. Toronto, Stajan 2 (Schenn, Ponikarovsky) 4:13

4. Toronto, Stajan 3 (Kaberle) 5:31 (pp)

5. Toronto, Steen 1 (Mitchell, Kubina) 7:31 (pp)

6. New Jersey, Langenbrunner 2 (Mottau, Greene) 9:14

7. New Jersey, C.White 1 (Madden, Halischuk) 13:42

Penalties - Brodeur NJ (high-sticking; served by Rupp) 5:27, Langenbrunner NJ (hooking) 6:07, Mayers Tor, Clarkson NJ (fighting) 7:41, Ponikarovsky Tor (hooking) 10:53, Hollweg Tor, Rupp NJ (fighting) 15:57, Kubina Tor (tripping) 16:56.

Third Period

8. Toronto, Mayers 1 (Moore, Hollweg) 9:15

9. Toronto, Ponikarovsky 3 (Stajan, Kaberle) 10:25 (pp)

10. New Jersey, Parise 7 (Martin, Gionta) 11:17

Penalty - Zubrus NJ (hooking) 9:50.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalty - Schenn Tor (broken stick) 0:27.

Shootout

Toronto wins 2-1

Toronto (2) - Kulemin, miss; Steen, miss; Kaberle, goal; Hagman, goal.

New Jersey (1) - Parise, miss; Elias, goal; Gionta, miss; Langenbrunner, miss.

Shots on goal by

Toronto 13 17 18 0-48

New Jersey 7 9 9 6-31

Goal - Toronto: Toskala (W,4-2-2); New Jersey: Brodeur (L,5-2-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Toronto: 3-4; New Jersey: 0-3.

Referees - Rob Martell, Mike Hasenfratz. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Anthony Sericolo.

Attendance - 14,119 (17,625).

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Wild 2 at Stars 4

First Period

1. Dallas, Morrow 4 (Ribeiro, Eriksson) 0:13

2. Minnesota, Bergeron 2 (Belanger, Johnsson) 6:13 (pp)

3. Dallas, Ott 1 (Richards, Avery) 12:45

4. Dallas, Richards 3 (Fistric, Barch) 15:39

Penalties - Ott Dal (tripping) 4:18, Bergeron Min (interference) 9:27.

Second Period

5. Dallas, Niskanen 1 (Avery) 12:06 (pp)

Penalties - Bergeron Min (tripping) 4:51, N.Schultz Min (hooking) 10:10, Minnesota bench (abuse of officials; served by Weller) 12:06, Robidas Dal (hooking) 17:24, Burns Min (cross-checking) 19:46.

Third Period

6. Minnesota, Brunette 4 (Johnsson, Miettinen) 3:55 (pp)

Penalties - Modano Dal (hooking) 3:03, Modano Dal (hooking) 18:29.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 10 6 5-21

Dallas 13 12 8-33

Goal (shots-saves) - Minnesota: Backstrom (L,6-1-1)(13-10), Harding (start second)(20-19); Dallas: Stephan (W,1-0-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Minnesota: 2-4; Dallas: 1-5.

Referees - Kevin Pollock, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Steve Miller, Jonny Murray.

Attendance - 18,431 (18,532).

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Red Wings 4 at Ducks 5 (OT)

First Period

1. Detroit, Datsyuk 2 (Hossa, Lidstrom) 11:17 (pp)

2. Anaheim, Selanne 4 (Getzlaf, Pronger) 14:11 (pp)

Penalties - Selanne Ana (tripping) 5:22, Marchant Ana (holding) 10:30, Samuelsson Det (roughing) 12:19, Lilja Det (roughing) 12:51, Zetterberg Det (delay of game) 13:16, Cleary Det, Carter Ana (roughing) 16:31, Selanne Ana (interference) 18:18.

Second Period

3. Detroit, Datsyuk 3 (Hossa, Holmstrom) 7:53

4. Detroit, Zetterberg 6 (Hudler, Cleary) 16:26 (pp)

5. Anaheim, Selanne 5 (Getzlaf, S.Niedermayer) 19:09 (pp)

Penalties - McCarty Det, May Ana (fighting) 2:54, Filppula Det (boarding) 9:01, Kunitz Ana (tripping) 16:04, Datsyuk Det (hooking) 17:46, Kronwall Det (high-sticking) 18:58, S.Niedermayer Ana (interference) 19:41.

Third Period

6. Anaheim, Selanne 6 (Pronger, Getzlaf) 4:50 (pp)

7. Anaheim, Sutherby 3 (Perry, Getzlaf) 12:56

8. Detroit, Zetterberg 7 (Cleary, Kronwall) 18:37

Penalties - R.Niedermayer Ana (holding) 1:06, Kopecky Det (interference) 4:25, S.Niedermayer Ana (tripping) 9:38, Zetterberg Det (holding) 10:21.

Overtime

9. Anaheim, Beauchemin 4 (Getzlaf, S.Niedermayer) 1:39

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Detroit 10 12 14 2-38

Anaheim 12 10 10 2-34

Goal - Detroit: Osgood (L,4-1-2); Anaheim: Giguere (W,5-4-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Detroit: 2-7; Anaheim: 3-8.

Referees - Steve Kozari, Mike Leggo. Linesmen - Thor Nelson, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 17,174 (17,174).

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