Monday's NHL scoring summary

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Stars 1 at Canucks 4

First Period

1. Dallas, Lundqvist 2 (Halpern, Barnes) 16:32

Penalties - Morrison Vcr (tripping) 0:26, Robidas Dal (holding) 12:10, Burrows Vcr (tripping) 18:02.

Second Period

2. Vancouver, H.Sedin 2 (D.Sedin) 15:12 (pp)

Penalties - H.Sedin Vcr (hooking) 3:18, Morrow Dal (interference; served by Ott) 5:56, Barnes Dal (hooking) 7:09, Klemm Dal (cross-checking) 14:35, Hansen Vcr (roughing) 15:22, Morrow Dal (slashing) 15:42, Dallas bench (too many men; served by Ott) 18:24.

Third Period

3. Vancouver, Linden 2 (Ohlund, H.Sedin) 7:00 (pp)

4. Vancouver, Pyatt 2 (Morrison) 18:57 (en)

5. Vancouver, Smolinski 2 (Linden, Bulis) 19:13 (en)

Penalties - Lundqvist Dal (high-sticking) 3:23, Halpern Dal (hooking) 6:16, Cowan (tripping) 10:20, Lehtinen Dal (holding) 11:56, Naslund Vcr (hooking) 12:21, Norstrom Dal (slashing) 12:37, Lindros Dal (tripping), Linden Vcr (unsportsmanlike conduct) 15:09.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 9 4 7-20

Vancouver 6 14 12-32

Goal - Dallas: Turco (L,3-4); Vancouver: Luongo (W,4-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 0-5; Vancouver: 2-10.

Referees - Rob Shick, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Greg Devorski, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance - 18,630 (18,630).


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