Tuesday's NHL scoring summaries

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Thrashers 5 at Maple Leafs 4 (SO)

First Period

1. Toronto, Sundin 6 (Blake) 0:13

2. Atlanta, Enstrom 1 (Kovalchuk, Perrin) 4:23

3. Atlanta, Kovalchuk 5 (White) 19:27

Penalty - Steen Tor (hooking) 11:25.

Second Period

4. Toronto, Gill 1, 1:12

5. Atlanta, Perrin 1 (Haydar, Sterling) 14:12 (pp)

6. Toronto, Antropov 7 (Blake, Sundin) 16:19 (pp)

Penalties - Stralman Tor (hooking) 2:15, Belak Tor (interference) 9:39, Ponikarovsky Tor (high-sticking) 12:12, Holik Atl (roughing) 15:09, Little Atl (holding) 18:01.

Third Period

7. Atlanta, White 2 (Perrin, Kovalchuk) 13:02

8. Toronto, Ponikarovsky 3 (Sundin, Blake) 19:50

Penalties - McCarthy Atl (hooking) 2:50, Blake Tor (hooking) 3:12.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Atlanta wins 2-1

Atlanta (2) - Kozlov, goal; Hossa, miss; Kovalchuk, goal.

Toronto (1) - Antropov, goal; Sundin, miss; Blake, miss.

Shots on goal by

Atlanta 13 7 12 5-37

Toronto 7 17 9 3-36

Goal - Atlanta: Hedberg (W,2-3-0); Toronto: Toskala (L,2-4-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Atlanta: 1-5; Toronto: 1-3.

Referees - Dave Jackson, Steve Kozari.Linesmen - Derek Nansen, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 19,210 (18,819).

Rangers 0 at Penguins 1

First Period

No Scoring

Penalties - Rozsival NYR (interference) 6:13, Orpik Pgh (delay of game) 9:57, Callahan NYR (holding) 14:11, Sykora Pgh (high-sticking) 17:26, Callahan NYR (tripping) 19:58.

Second Period

1. Pittsburgh, Malkin 3 (Whitney, Crosby) 0:44 (pp)

Penalties - Malik NYR (holding) 7:17, Sykora Pgh (holding) 9:48.

Third Period

No Scoring

Penalty - Hossa NYR (goaltender interference) 3:26, Pittsburgh bench (too many men, served by Malkin) 16:19.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Rangers 12 11 13-36

Pittsburgh 7 6 9-22

Goal - N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (L,2-5-1); Pittsburgh: Fleury (W,4-3-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - N.Y. Rangers: 0-4; Pittsburgh: 1-5.

Referees - Chris Lee, Wes McCauley. Linesmen - Shane Heyer, Lyle Seitz.

Attendance - 17,012 (16,940).

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Blue Jackets 7 at Blackhawks 4

First Period

1. Columbus, Nash 6 (Peca) 2:18

2. Columbus, Novotny 2 (Fritsche, Hainsey) 2:41

3. Chicago, Kane 2 (Ruutu) 15:21

Penalties - Koci Chi (high-sticking) 2:51, Tollefsen Clb (roughing) 7:39, Columbus bench (too many men, served by Zherdev) 16:21.

Second Period

4. Columbus, Novotny 3 (Brule, Fritsche) 4:34

5. Chicago, Toews 3 (Kane, Vandermeer) 6:47

6. Chicago, Kane 3 (Ruutu, Seabrook) 18:10

7. Columbus, Fedorov 2 (Nash, Vyborny) 19:38 (pp)

Penalties - Chicago bench (too many men, served by Kane) 0:51, Glencross Clb (hooking) 11:53, Adams Chi (delay of game) 18:30.

Third Period

8. Columbus, Nash 7 (Klesla, Peca) 9:07

9. Columbus, Zherdev 2 (Peca, Klesla) 12:21

10. Chicago, Wisniewski 2 (Kane, Ruutu) 13:01

11. Columbus, Tollefsen 1 (Norrena) 17:55 (sh-en)

Penalties - Lang Chi (interference) 4:21, Klesla Clb (interference) 6:06, Klesla Clb (tripping) 14:12, Foote Clb (holding) 16:37.

Shots on goal by

Columbus 10 10 6-26

Chicago 13 8 7-28

Goal - Columbus: Norrena (W,1-1-1); Chicago: Khabibulin (L,3-4-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Columbus: 1-4; Chicago: 0-6.

Referees - Greg Kimmerly, Dan Marouelli. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Vaughan Rody.

Attendance - 10,884 (20,500).

Avalanche 4 at Oilers 2

First Period

1. Colorado, Arnason 2 (unassisted) 9:44

2. Edmonton, Penner 2 (Cogliano, Gagner) 12:02

3. Colorado, Hlinka 1 (Liles, Arnason) 12:25

4. Colorado, Wolski 3 (Finger, Sakic) 18:43

Penalties Grebeshkov Edm (hooking) 4:25, Laperriere Col, Roy Edm (fighting) 14:53, Jacques Edm (slashing) 15:03.

Second Period

No scoring

Penalties Reasoner Edm (tripping) 9:29, Wolski Col (hooking) 18:28.

Third Period

5. Edmonton, Gilbert 2 (Penner, Gagner) 10:45

6. Colorado, Clark 1 (Guite, Smith) 19:42 (en)

Penalties Hemsky Edm (hooking) 17:53, Hannan Col (holding) 19:08.

Shots on goal by

Colorado 14 4 4 -22

Edmonton 10 12 5 -27

Goal - Colorado: Budaj (W,4-2-0); Edmonton: Roloson (L,2-5-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Colorado: 0-4; Edmonton: 0-2.

Referees - Eric Furlatt, Tom Kowal. Linesmen - Steve Miller, Tony Sericolo.

Attendance - 16,839 (16,839).

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Predators 0 at Kings 6

First Period

1. Los Angeles, Cammalleri 9 (Blake) 6:09

2. Los Angeles, Visnovsky 1 (Nagy, Blake) 15:40

Penalties - None.

Second Period

3. Los Angeles, Ivanans 1 (Armstrong, Preissing) 7:02

4. Los Angeles, Frolov 2 (Nagy, Stuart) 10:01 (pp)

Penalties - Legwand Nash (holding) 9:38, Modry LA (delay of game) 12:35.

Third Period

5. Los Angeles, Nagy 1 (O'Sullivan, Frolov) 9:23

6. Los Angeles, Cammalleri 10, 18:40 (pp)

Penalties - Smithson Nash (holding) 3:05, Fiddler Nash (interference, fighting), Zeiler LA (fighting) 9:46, Smithson Nash (slashing), Armstrong LA (holding) 16:06, Dumont Nash (tripping) 17:17.

Shots on goal by

Nashville 4 8 5-17

Los Angeles 14 7 15-36

Goal (shots-saves) - Nashville: Mason (L,2-6-0)(19-15), Ellis (10:01 second)(17-15); Los Angeles: LaBarbera (W,2-2-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Nashville: 0-1; Los Angeles: 2-4.

Referees - Marc Joannette, Mike Leggo. Linesmen - Jonny Murray, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance - 14,026 (18,118).

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