Monday's NHL scoring summaries

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Scoring summaries from Monday's NHL games:

Senators 4 at Canadiens 2

First Period

1. Ottawa, Eaves 4 (Alfredsson, Schubert) 3:47 (pp)

2. Ottawa, Neil 3 (Spezza, Heatley) 8:57

Penalties - Markov Mtl (hooking) 2:05, Vermette Ott (hooking) 6:21, Ryder Mtl (hooking) 19:43.

Second Period

3. Montreal, Latendresse 4 (Brisebois, Kovalev) 10:18 (pp)

4. Ottawa, Heatley 9 (Neil, Spezza) 14:35

Penalties - Volchenkov Ott (hooking) 5:07, Heatley Ott (hooking) 9:31, Heatley Ott (high-sticking) 11:41, Grabovski Mtl (hooking) 14:59, Donovan Ott (hooking) 18:20.

Third Period

5. Ottawa, Kelly 4 (Heatley, Spezza) 1:16

6. Montreal, Higgins 7 (Koivu, Streit) 4:31

Penalties - Kelly Ott (holding) 8:42, Smolinski Mtl (hooking) 12:13, Markov Mtl (hooking) 17:28.

Shots on goal by

Ottawa 15 6 8-29

Montreal 16 11 11-38

Goal - Ottawa: Gerber (W,13-2-0); Montreal: Huet (L,6-5-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Ottawa: 1-5; Montreal: 1-6.

Referees - Chris Rooney, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Brian Murphy, Derek Nansen.

Attendance - 21,273 (21,273).

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Islanders 2 at Rangers 1

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Orr NYR (boarding) 6:59, Bergenheim NYI (boarding) 10:34, DiPietro NYI (roughing) 16:26, Rozsival NYR (slashing) 18:44, Campoli NYI, M.Staal NYR (roughing) 20:00.

Second Period

1. N.Y. Islanders, Fedotenko 6 (Comrie) 0:08 (pp)

2. N.Y. Islanders, Vasicek 8 (Bergenheim) 5:51

3. N.Y. Rangers, Rozsival 7 (Shanahan, Drury) 6:37 (sh)

Penalties - Betts NYR (tripping) 5:53, Sutton NYI (interference), Avery NYR (double high-sticking) 7:24, Fedotenko NYI, Avery NYR (roughing) 17:35.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Sutton NYI (hooking) 2:50, Avery NYR (slashing) 7:43, Sutton NYI (holding) 18:48.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Islanders 5 14 5-24

N.Y. Rangers 6 7 6-19

Goal - N.Y. Islanders: DiPietro (W,10-5-0); N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (L,11-8-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - N.Y. Islanders: 1-6; N.Y. Rangers: 0-5.

Referees - Don VanMassenhoven, Dean Warren. Linesmen - Tony Sericolo, Darren Gibbs.

Attendance - 18,200 (18,200).

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Panthers 4 at Capitals 3

First Period

1. Florida, Booth 5 (Salei, Weiss) 3:33

2. Washington, Laich 4, 5:02 (sh)

3. Florida, Kreps 3 (Peltonen, Dvorak) 19:09

Penalties - Green Wash (hooking) 4:17, Allen Fla (holding) 7:02, Bouwmeester Fla (hooking) 8:11, Clark Wash (tripping) 12:49.

Second Period

4. Florida, Jokinen 10 (Zednik, Stumpel) 13:45

Penalties - Green Wash (holding stick) 5:39, Kreps Fla (tripping) 7:52, Clark Wash (hooking) 8:25, Olesz Fla (hooking) 9:03.

Third Period

5. Florida, Jokinen 11 (Zednik, Stumpel) 6:54

6. Washington, Semin 1 (Fleischmann, Nylander) 8:14

7. Washington, Clark 3 (Ovechkin, Nylander) 13:35 (pp)

Penalty - Bouwmeester Fla (holding) 12:41.

Shots on goal by

Florida 8 11 7-26

Washington 11 7 12-30

Goal - Florida: Vokoun (W,9-10-0); Washington: Kolzig (L,5-9-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Florida: 0-3; Washington: 1-5.

Referees - Tom Kowal, Steve Kozari. Linesmen - Dan Schachte, Pierre Champoux.

Attendance - 13,411 (18,277).

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Lightning 3 at Thrashers 4 (OT)

First Period

1. Atlanta, Larsen 1 (Dupuis, Holik) 3:13

Penalty - Kuba TB (high-sticking) 12:06.

Second Period

2. Tampa Bay, Hlavac 4 (Ouellet, Richards) 13:55

3. Tampa Bay, Lecavalier 14 (Kuba, Prospal) 14:33

Penalties - Hlavac TB (hooking) 10:13, Zhitnik Atl (holding) 18:17.

Third Period

4. Tampa Bay, St. Louis 8 (Prospal, Lecavalier) 10:30

5. Atlanta, Little 3 (Hossa, Kozlov) 14:42 (pp)

6. Atlanta, Kovalchuk 17 (Hossa, Havelid) 17:37

Penalties - Ranger TB (slashing) 0:29, Hossa Atl (diving) 4:01, White Atl (tripping) 10:42, Prospal TB (slashing) 13:08, O'Brien TB (hooking) 13:57.

Overtime

7. Atlanta, White 5 (Kovalchuk, Enstrom) 2:49 (pp)

Penalty - Richards TB (holding) 2:27.

Shots on goal by

Tampa Bay 6 10 4 0-20

Atlanta 10 6 6 2-24

Goal - Tampa Bay: Holmqvist (L,10-5-2); Atlanta: Hedberg (W,7-4-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Tampa Bay: 0-3; Atlanta: 2-6.

Referees - Paul Devorski, Dave Jackson. Linesmen - David Brisebois, Ryan Galloway.

Attendance - 13,419 (18,545).

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Kings 0 at Stars 3

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalty - Hagman Dal (holding) 8:07.

Second Period

1. Dallas, Ott 2 (Eriksson) 18:37

Penalties - Niskanen Dal (holding) 5:21, Handzus LA (tripping) 15:30.

Third Period

2. Dallas, Hagman 9 (Robidas) 13:10

3. Dallas, Lehtinen 6 (Ribeiro, Morrow) 15:24 (pp)

Penalties - Niskanen Dal (hooking) 6:28, Handzus LA (hooking) 13:46.

Shots on goal by

Los Angeles 9 7 6-22

Dallas 4 11 11-26

Goal - Los Angeles: LaBarbera (L,4-6-1); Dallas: Smith (W,4-3-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Los Angeles: 0-3; Dallas: 1-2.

Referees - Eric Furlatt, Greg Kimmerly. Linesmen - Jonny Murray, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance - 17,208 (18,532).

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Predators 1 at Blues 2

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Tkachuk StL (slashing) 8:52, Weber Nash (interference, boarding), Perron StL (boarding) 14:44.

Second Period

1. St. Louis, Kariya 5 (Johnson, Brewer) 9:32 (pp)

Penalties - King StL (high-sticking) 3:06, Ortmeyer Nash (hooking) 6:50, Zanon Nash (tripping) 8:54, Weight StL (hooking) 14:30, Dumont Nash (tripping) 18:28.

Third Period

2. St. Louis, Boyes 12 (Kariya, Tkachuk) 6:40

3. Nashville, Bonk 8 (Weber, Zidlicky) 18:57

Penalties - McClement StL (tripping) 12:53, Tkachuk StL (high-sticking) 18:10, Legwand Nash (holding stick) 18:42.

Shots on goal by

Nashville 10 6 9-25

St. Louis 6 8 8-22

Goal - Nashville: Mason (L,6-8-2); St. Louis: Legace (W,9-5-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Nashville: 0-5; St. Louis: 1-4.

Referees - Tim Peel, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Mark Pare, Vaughan Rody.

Attendance - 15,239 (19,260).

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