Friday's NHL scoring summaries

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Scoring summaries from Friday's NHL games:

Bruins 1 at Canadiens 5

First Period

1. Montreal, Spacek 3 (Gomez, Metropolit) 8:30

Penalties - Krejci Bos (hooking) 6:26, O'Byrne Mtl (interference) 15:10, Wheeler Bos (tripping) 17:13.

Second Period

2. Montreal, Cammalleri 13 (Plekanec, A.Kostitsin) 8:10

3. Montreal, Cammalleri 14, 13:33

4. Montreal, Metropolit 6 (Gill, Pacioretty) 16:07

5. Montreal, Cammalleri 15 (Gomez, D'Agostini) 17:29

Penalties - Spacek Mtl, Lapierre Mtl (roughing) 5:34.

Third Period

6. Boston, Sobotka 2 (Hunwick) 4:45

Penalties - Lapierre Mtl (double high-sticking) 6:03, D'Agostini Mtl (tripping) 8:37, Krejci Bos (roughing), Plekanec Mtl (double high-sticking) 9:40, Sturm Bos (tripping) 9:52.

Shots on goal by

Boston 8 18 14-38

Montreal 10 13 6-29

Goal (shots-saves) - Boston: Thomas (L,7-7-3)(23-18), Rask (0:00 third, 5-5); Montreal: Price (W,8-10-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Boston: 0-7; Montreal: 0-3.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Bill McCreary. Linesmen - Pierre Champoux, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 21,273 (21,273).

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Lightning 2 at Devils 3

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Veilleux TB (hooking) 2:18, Wright TB, Corrente NJ (fighting) 14:02, Langenbrunner NJ (hooking) 18:28.

Second Period

1. Tampa Bay, Lecavalier 6 (Halpern) 1:26

Penalties - Konopka TB, Corrente NJ (fighting) 2:48, Parise NJ (tripping) 6:03, Malone TB, Fraser NJ (fighting), Elias NJ (cross-checking) 12:20.

Third Period

2. New Jersey, Rolston 9 (Niedermayer) 1:15 (pp)

3. New Jersey, Bergfors 8 (Zharkov) 5:14 (pp)

4. Tampa Bay, Downie 4 (Stamkos, Malone) 17:00 (pp)

5. New Jersey, Langenbrunner 6 (Greene, Rolston) 19:21

Penalties - Krajicek TB (slashing) 1:12, Halpern TB (tripping) 1:35, Stamkos TB (tripping) 3:50, Fraser NJ (hooking) 16:45.

Shots on goal by

Tampa Bay 7 9 8-24

New Jersey 5 6 8-19

Goal - Tampa Bay: Niittymaki (L,6-4-3); New Jersey: Brodeur (W,16-7-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Tampa Bay: 1-4; New Jersey: 2-4.

Referees - Dennis LaRue, Dean Morton. Linesmen - Ryan Galloway, Brad Kovachik.

Attendance - 15,336 (17,625).

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Ducks 4 at Wild 5 (SO)

First Period

1. Anaheim, Lupul 7 (Perry, Getzlaf) 6:21

Penalties - Parros Ana, Boogaard Min (fighting) 11:02.

Second Period

2. Anaheim, Ryan 12 (Whitney, Getzlaf) 10:46 (pp)

3. Minnesota, M.Koivu 8 (Brunette, Zidlicky) 15:08

Penalties - Minnesota bench (too many men; served by Brunette) 9:39, Boogaard Min (interference) 12:05, Perry Ana (interference) 13:02.

Third Period

4. Minnesota, Miettinen 5 (Brunette, M.Koivu) 1:17

5. Anaheim, Lupul 8 (Whitney, Getzlaf) 3:00

6. Anaheim, Ryan 13, 9:55

7. Minnesota, M.Koivu 9 (Miettinen) 15:05

8. Minnesota, Miettinen 6 (Zidlicky, Brunette) 18:19 (pp)

Penalty - Lupul Ana (high-sticking) 17:48.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - Zidlicky Min (hooking) 0:56, Wisniewski Ana (slashing) 4:41.

Shootout

Minnesota wins 2-1

Anaheim (1) - Perry, miss; Getzlaf, miss; Lupul, goal; S.Koivu, miss.

Minnesota (2) - M.Koivu, miss; Miettinen, goal; Ebbett, miss; Latendresse, goal.

Shots on goal by

Anaheim 4 5 8 5-22

Minnesota 12 8 7 2-29

Goal - Anaheim: Hiller (L,7-9-2); Minnesota: Backstrom (W,11-9-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Anaheim: 1-3; Minnesota: 1-3.

Referees - Paul Devorski, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Mark Pare, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 18,265 (18,064).

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Predators 4 at Blackhawks 1

First Period

1. Chicago, Toews 7 (Hossa, Seabrook) 11:50

2. Nashville, Hamhuis 2 (Franson, O'Reilly) 17:04

Penalties - Hamhuis Nash, Versteeg Chi (roughing) 9:38.

Second Period

3. Nashville, Erat 5 (Tootoo, Suter) 7:01

Penalties - Brouwer Chi (tripping) 1:17, Hamhuis Nash (holding) 13:32.

Third Period

4. Nashville, Tootoo 2 (Erat, Goc) 17:57

5. Nashville, Ward 5 (Legwand, Hamhuis) 18:32

Penalty - Byfuglien Chi (boarding) 11:09.

Shots on goal by

Nashville 6 9 8-23

Chicago 15 8 12-35

Goal - Nashville: D.Ellis (W,5-4-1); Chicago: Huet (L,13-6-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Nashville: 0-2; Chicago: 0-1.

Referees - Chris Lee, Stephen Walkom. Linesmen - Shane Heyer, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 20,887 (19,717).

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