Friday's NHL scoring summaries

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Scoring summaries from Friday's NHL games:

Senators 2 at Devils 4

First Period

1. New Jersey, Langenbrunner 8 (Greene, Ma.Brodeur) 11:53 (pp)

Penalties - Bergfors NJ (tripping) 3:43, Picard Ott (interference) 11:09, Mottau NJ (hooking) 17:21.

Second Period

2. Ottawa, Picard 4 (Carkner, Kovalev) 0:39

3. New Jersey, Rolston 12 (Fraser, Elias) 1:53

4. Ottawa, Ruutu 6 (Kelly, Cheechoo) 6:06

5. New Jersey, Pandolfo 2 (Niedermayer, White) 18:22

Penalties - Langenbrunner NJ (tripping) 10:19, Ruutu Ott (hooking) 14:16, Niedermayer NJ (high-sticking) 14:30.

Third Period

6. New Jersey, Salvador 1 (Pelley, McAmmond) 9:52

Penalties - McAmmond NJ (hooking) 13:43, Alfredsson Ott (roughing), Langenbrunner NJ (double high-sticking) 14:22, Carkner Ott (roughing) 17:40.

Shots on goal by

Ottawa 10 10 9-29

New Jersey 11 8 3-22

Goal - Ottawa: Elliott (L,9-8-3); New Jersey: Ma.Brodeur (W,22-8-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Ottawa: 0-6; New Jersey: 1-3.

Referees - Brian Pochmara, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen - Dan Schachte, Brad Kovachik.

Attendance - 13,728 (17,625).

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Maple Leafs 2 at Sabres 5

First Period

1. Toronto, Stalberg 1 (Mayers, Orr) 3:06

Penalties - Montador Buf (hooking) 9:43, Kaberle Tor (slashing) 12:44, Exelby Tor (delay of game) 15:55.

Second Period

2. Buffalo, Roy 8 (Stafford, Hecht) 1:32

3. Buffalo, Lydman 1 (Rivet) 7:02

4. Buffalo, Grier 6 (Kennedy) 9:14

5. Buffalo, Ellis 2 (Myers) 12:48

Penalties - None.

Third Period

6. Buffalo, Vanek 10 (Grier, Lydman) 11:09

7. Toronto, Stempniak 9 (Kulemin) 19:40

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Toronto 10 12 20-42

Buffalo 4 8 15-27

Goal (shots-saves) - Toronto: Toskala (L,5-7-2)(10-6), Gustavsson (12:48 second)(17-16); Buffalo: Miller (W,20-7-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Toronto: 0-1; Buffalo: 0-2.

Referees - Dan O'Halloran, Chris Ciamaga. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Greg Devorski.

Attendance - 18,159 (18,690).

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Capitals 2 at Canucks 3

First Period

1. Vancouver, Kesler 9 (Hansen) 6:39

2. Washington, Semin 14 (Laich) 8:47

3. Washington, Clark 4 (Fehr) 18:06

Penalties - Erskine Wash (holding) 10:54, Rypien Vcr (roughing) 15:25.

Second Period

4. Vancouver, Raymond 13 (H.Sedin) 17:39

Penalties - Johnson Vcr (tripping) 7:40, Bieksa Vcr (hooking) 10:03.

Third Period

5. Vancouver, Raymond 14 (Kesler, Ehrhoff) 12:24 (pp)

Missed penalty shot - Semin Wash, 14:15.

Penalties - H.Sedin Vcr (hooking) 7:51, Poti Wash (cross-checking, unsportsmanlike) 12:24.

Shots on goal by

Washington 11 8 8-27

Vancouver 7 6 7-20

Goal - Washington: Theodore (L,9-5-4); Vancouver: Luongo (W,16-11-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Washington: 0-4; Vancouver: 1-3.

Referees - Mike Leggo, Brad Meier. Linesmen - Don Henderson, Brian Mach.

Attendance - 18,810 (18,630).

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Hurricanes 3 at Panthers 6

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Frolik Fla (boarding) 5:21, Sutter Car (hooking) 5:53, Cullen Car (slashing) 10:14.

Second Period

1. Carolina, Dwyer 1 (Rodney, Alberts) 5:27

2. Florida, Leopold 5 (Olesz) 6:29

3. Florida, McCabe 5 (Dvorak, Olesz) 9:25

4. Florida, Ballard 2 (Horton, Weiss) 11:05

Penalty - Whitney Car (cross-checking) 15:40.

Third Period

5. Florida, Olesz 7 (Reinprecht, Dvorak) 4:10

6. Florida, Dvorak 6 (Moore, Matthias) 4:47

7. Florida, Moore 6, 7:57 (sh)

8. Carolina, Walker 3 (Alberts, Legace) 8:19

9. Carolina, Staal 6 (Pitkanen, Ruutu) 10:21

Penalties - Oreskovich Fla (hooking) 6:11, Pitkanen Car (slashing) 18:53.

Shots on goal by

Carolina 9 14 12-35

Florida 10 11 7-28

Goal (shots-saves) - Carolina: C.Ward (L,3-11-4)(26-21), Legace (4:47 third)(2-1); Florida: Vokoun (W,10-10-7).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Carolina: 0-2; Florida: 0-4.

Referees - Paul Devorski, Dean Morton. Linesmen - Steve Miller, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 15,107 (19,250).

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Lightning 6 at Blues 3

First Period

1. St. Louis, Winchester 1 (Backes, Kariya) 10:04 (pp)

2. Tampa Bay, St. Louis 7 (Tanguay, Lecavalier) 10:37

Penalties - Ohlund TB (interference) 8:15, Halpern TB (hooking) 12:36, Janssen StL (delay of game) 18:32, Lecavalier TB (elbowing) 18:57, Colaiacovo StL (tripping) 19:53.

Second Period

3. Tampa Bay, Stamkos 19 (Foster, St. Louis) 0:36

4. Tampa Bay, Foster 5 (Hedman, Malone) 6:24

Penalties - Lecavalier TB (roughing) 2:17, Veilleux TB, Johnson StL (holding) 4:52, Janssen StL (holding) 7:19, Jones TB (fighting), Colaiacovo StL (instigator, fighting, misconduct) 10:03, St. Louis TB (roughing) 13:45.

Third Period

5. St. Louis, Oshie 7 (Kariya, Sydor) 3:58

6. Tampa Bay, Halpern 6 (Lecavalier, Tanguay) 4:12

7. St. Louis, Tkachuk 7 (Boyes, McDonald) 9:03 (pp)

8. Tampa Bay, Halpern 7 (Malone) 11:15

9. Tampa Bay, Stamkos 20 (St. Louis) 19:02 (en)

Penalty - Tanguay TB (tripping) 8:38.

Shots on goal by

Tampa Bay 5 13 6-24

St. Louis 11 8 7-26

Goal - Tampa Bay: Niittymaki (W,7-5-4); St. Louis: Mason (L,9-10-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Tampa Bay: 0-4; St. Louis: 2-5.

Referees - Greg Kimmerly, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Brian Murphy, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 19,150 (19,150).

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Bruins 4 at Blackhawks 5 (SO)

First Period

1. Boston, Krejci 6 (Wheeler, Morris) 9:22

Penalties - None.

Second Period

2. Chicago, Versteeg 10, 1:55

3. Chicago, Sharp 10 (Seabrook, Keith) 8:22

4. Boston, Paille 3 (Recchi) 16:32

5. Chicago, Toews 10 (Brouwer, Kane) 19:33

Penalties - Sobotka Bos (hooking) 3:56, Hossa Chi (tripping) 16:37.

Third Period

6. Boston, Boychuk 2 (Bergeron, Paille) 6:01

7. Chicago, Ladd 5 (Campbell, Hendry) 7:41

8. Boston, Krejci 7 (Bergeron, Recchi) 17:17

Penalty - Begin Bos (interference) 11:29.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Chicago wins 2-0

Boston (0) - Bergeron, miss; Wheeler, miss.

Chicago (2) - Toews, goal; Kane, goal.

Shots on goal by

Boston 13 6 7 3-29

Chicago 11 13 17 3-44

Goal - Boston: Thomas (L,7-8-5); Chicago: Niemi (W,7-1-1).

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

Referees - Tim Peel, Francois St. Laurent. Linesmen - Mark Pare, Bryan Pancich.

Attendance - 21,717 (19,717).

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