Monday's NHL scoring summary

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First Period

1. St. Louis, Stempniak 26 (Mayers, Boyes) 10:46

Penalty - Hagman Dal (slashing) 11:14.

Second Period

2. Dallas, Ribeiro 18 (Morrow) 10:09

3. St. Louis, Metropolit 14 (King, Brewer) 13:44

4. St. Louis, Weight 15 (Backman, Backes) 14:01

5. Dallas, Morrow 14 (Ribeiro, Nagy) 19:45 (pp)

Penalties - Barnes Dal (hooking) 3:05, King StL, Barch Dal (fighting) 16:01, Brewer StL (holding) 18:53.

Third Period

6. St. Louis, Stempniak 27 (Mayers, McClement) 19:36 (en)

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

St. Louis 6 9 9-24

Dallas 10 11 9-30

Goal - St. Louis: Sanford (W,8-12-5); Dallas: Turco (L,36-20-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - St. Louis: 0-2; Dallas: 1-1.

Referees - Dave Jackson, Chris Rooney. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Andy McElman.

Attendance - 18,532 (18,532).


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