Tuesday's NHL scoring summaries

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Scoring summaries from Tuesday's NHL games:

Canadiens 2 at Lightning 3

First Period

1. Montreal, Higgins 17 (Markov) 0:50

2. Tampa Bay, Ouellet 7 (Hlavac, Gratton) 5:15

3. Montreal, Plekanec 21 (Streit) 9:48 (pp)

4. Tampa Bay, Prospal 24 (Lecavalier, St. Louis) 19:19

Penalties - Komisarek Mtl (delay of game) 2:56, Roy TB (interference), O'Brien TB (misconduct) 9:30, S.Kostitsyn Mtl (diving), Ranger TB (tripping) 13:13.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Kuba TB (holding) 4:53, Lapierre Mtl (cross-checking) 13:42, Boyle TB (slashing) 19:09.

Third Period

5. Tampa Bay, Prospal 25 (Lecavalier) 11:51

Penalties - Kovalev Mtl (high-sticking), Lecavalier TB (roughing) 19:24.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 9 4 8-21

Tampa Bay 9 10 17-36

Goal - Montreal: Huet (L,20-11-6); Tampa Bay: Ramo (W,4-8-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 1-3; Tampa Bay: 0-2.

Referees - Mick McGeough, Rob Shick. Linesmen - Pierre Racicot, Greg Devorski.

Attendance - 17,420 (19,758).

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Sabres 5 at Senators 1

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Spacek Buf (high-sticking) 0:43, Vermette Ott (tripping) 9:19, Heatley Ott (cross-checking) 19:46.

Second Period

1. Buffalo, Vanek 18 (Campbell, Roy) 3:44

Penalties - Kotalik Buf (holding stick) 8:38, MacArthur Buf (goaltender interference) 12:25, Heatley Ott (hooking) 19:03.

Third Period

2. Buffalo, Vanek 19 (Campbell, Connolly) 0:26 (pp)

3. Ottawa, Robitaille 9 (Meszaros, Stillman) 3:57 (pp)

4. Buffalo, MacArthur 7 (Hecht, Pominville) 4:30

5. Buffalo, Vanek 20 (Connolly, Kotalik) 16:02 (pp)

6. Buffalo, Pominville 16 (Hecht, MacArthur) 16:56

Penalties - Lydman Buf (hooking) 3:33, Pominville Buf (tripping) 6:02, Mair Buf (holding) 10:02, Gaustad Buf, Spezza Ott (slashing) 12:10, Ottawa bench (too many men; served by Schubert) 14:07, Kelly Ott (tripping) 14:52.

Shots on goal by

Buffalo 13 14 12-39

Ottawa 5 6 15-26

Goal - Buffalo: Miller (W,25-17-6); Ottawa: Emery (L,10-9-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) u Buffalo: 2-5; Ottawa: 1-6.

Referees - Mike Hasenfratz, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen - Brad Lazarowich, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 19,564 (19,153).

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Wild 2 at Oilers 4

First Period

1. Edmonton, Pisani 5 (Cogliano) 18:12

Penalty - Staios Edm (tripping) 8:07.

Second Period

2. Minnesota, Demitra 12 (Foster, Gaborik) 7:57

3. Edmonton, Stoll 10 (Gagner) 10:33 (pp)

Penalties - Smid Edm (cross-checking) 3:51, Carney Min (tripping) 10:04, Pitkanen Edm (hooking) 11:26, Gaborik Min (hooking) 16:47.

Third Period

4. Edmonton, Brodziak 7 (Glencross, Stortini) 2:09

5. Edmonton, Brodziak 8 (Grebeshkov, Glencross) 4:30

6. Minnesota, Rolston 23 (Hill) 15:54 (pp)

Penalties - Veilleux Min (holding) 6:56, Parrish Min (delay of game) 9:18, Reasoner Edm (tripping) 14:06.

Shots on goal by

Minnesota 10 21 9-40 Edmonton 7 4 12-23

Goal (shots-saves) - Minnesota: Backstrom (11-9), Harding (L,11-11-1)(start third)(12-10); Edmonton: Garon (W,18-13-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Minnesota: 1-4; Edmonton: 1-4.

Referees - Paul Devorski, Wes McCauley. Linesmen - Derek Nansen, Vaughan Rody.

Attendance - 16,839 (16,839).

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Flames 4 at Sharks 3 (OT)

First Period

1. Calgary, Langkow 22 (Nolan, Huselius) 4:20

2. San Jose, Goc 4 (Shelley, Vlasic) 11:40

Penalties - Ehrhoff SJ (holding) 8:02, Tanguay Cal (hooking) 8:55, Huselius Cal (interference) 19:06.

Second Period

3. Calgary, Smith 1 (Lombardi) 2:01

4. San Jose, Michalek 19 (Rivet, Cheechoo) 19:27 (pp)

Penalties - Hale Cal (tripping) 5:02, Eriksson Cal (interference) 8:16, Aucoin Cal (holding) 15:29, Regehr Cal (hooking) 19:12.

Third Period

5. San Jose, Rissmiller 7 (Grier, Mitchell) 8:33

6. Calgary, Phaneuf 11, 19:10 (pp)

Penalties - Lombardi Cal (slashing) 10:16, Thornton SJ (tripping) 10:50, Cheechoo SJ (delay of game) 17:33.

Overtime

7. Calgary, Iginla 35 (Phaneuf) 4:35

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 5 6 5 2-18

San Jose 18 13 9 3-43

Goal - Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,29-17-8); San Jose: Nabokov (L,31-17-7).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 1-3; San Jose: 1-7.

Referees - Kerry Fraser, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen - Brad Kovachik, Brian Murphy.

Attendance - 17,269 (17,496).

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Hurricanes 3 at Bruins 2

First Period

1. Carolina, Ladd 7 (Brind'Amour, Hedican) 3:01

2. Carolina, Ladd 8 (Brind'Amour, Samsonov) 6:33

Penalty - Whitney Car (hooking) 19:31.

Second Period

3. Carolina, Samsonov 5 (Kaberle, Corvo) 18:29

Penalties - Ference Bos (hooking) 1:53, Walker Car (hooking) 3:47, Kaberle Car (hooking) 8:31, Savard Bos (high-sticking) 13:06.

Third Period

4. Boston, Thornton 1 (Ference, Savard) 14:50

5. Boston, Thornton 2 (Chara, Wideman) 15:17

Penalties - Chara Bos (elbowing) 19:26, Savard Bos (goaltender interference) 20:00.

Shots on goal by

Carolina 10 9 4-23

Boston 9 11 14-34

Goal - Carolina: Ward (W,23-20-3); Boston: Auld (L,9-12-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Carolina: 0-3; Boston: 0-3.

Referees - Kevin Pollock, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen - Jonny Murray, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 15,300 (17,565).

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Flyers 3 at Islanders 4

First Period

1. N.Y. Islanders, Hunter 8 (Fedotenko, Vasicek) 17:42

Penalties - Martinek NYI (closing hand on puck) 4:23, Witt NYI (tripping) 11:21.

Second Period

2. Philadelphia, Briere 21 (Knuble, Lupul) 1:05 (pp)

3. N.Y. Islanders, Tambellini 1, 5:27

4. N.Y. Islanders, Bergenheim 6 (Hunter) 13:41

5. Philadelphia, Hartnell 19 (Umberger, Carter) 17:30

Penalties - Sutton NYI (holding) 0:15, Cote Pha (slashing) 2:45, Comeau NYI (holding) 14:58.

Third Period

6. N.Y. Islanders, Fedotenko 10 (Hunter, Vasicek) 14:02

7. Philadelphia, Lupul 17 (Richards, Briere) 19:00

Penalties - Bergenheim NYI (interference) 5:47, Hatcher Pha (hooking) 16:27, Vandermeer Pha (tripping) 17:07, Fedotenko NYI (roughing) 18:54.

Shots on goal by

Philadelphia 11 10 8-29

N.Y. Islanders 17 12 18-47

Goal - Philadelphia: Niittymaki (L,10-7-1); N.Y. Islanders: DiPietro (W,20-21-7).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Philadelphia: 1-6; N.Y. Islanders: 0-4.

Referees - Tom Kowal, Chris Rooney. Linesmen - Jean Morin, Scott Driscoll.

Attendance - 11,193 (16,234).

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Red Wings 2 at Predators 4

First Period

1. Nashville, Radulov 22 (Arnott, Dumont) 2:25

2. Nashville, Erat 17 (Peverley, Hamhuis) 3:42

3. Nashville, Dumont 21 (Arnott, Zidlicky) 8:49

Penalties - Lidstrom Det (tripping) 11:06, Gelinas Nash (hooking) 16:36, Draper Det (cross-checking) 19:17.

Second Period

4. Detroit, Franzen 12 (Filppula, Hudler) 4:39 (pp)

5. Nashville, Radulov 23 (Erat, Suter) 14:26

6. Detroit, Datsyuk 20 (Lidstrom) 17:41 (pp)

Penalties - Arnott Nash (interference) 3:49, Draper Det, de Vries Nash (roughing) 11:44, Zetterberg Det (interference) 11:58, Bonk Nash (holding stick) 15:55, Nichol Nash (hooking) 17:12.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Zanon Nash (tripping) 2:35, Zidlicky Nash (high-sticking) 7:39, Holmstrom Det (slashing) 8:48, Holmstrom Det (roughing) 15:03.

Shots on goal by

Detroit 14 16 12-42

Nashville 10 6 7-23

Goal (shots-saves) - Detroit: Osgood (L,22-6-2)(4-1), Howard (8:49 first)(19-18); Nashville: Mason (W,17-17-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Detroit: 2-6; Nashville: 0-5.

Referees - Brad Meier, Tim Peel. Linesmen - Lonnie Cameron, Shane Heyer.

Attendance - 15,692 (17,113).

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Kings 2 at Blues 4

First Period

1. Los Angeles, Frolov 15 (O'Sullivan, Dallman) 13:19

Penalties - Backes StL (hooking) 0:18, Ivanans LA, King StL (fighting) 2:42, Modry LA (high-sticking) 3:15, Tkachuk StL (hooking) 8:46, Salvador StL (tripping) 14:21, Dallman LA (holding) 18:23.

Second Period

2. St. Louis, McDonald 11 (Jackman, P.Kariya) 0:33

3. Los Angeles, Brown 25 (Moulson, Kopitar) 4:07

4. St. Louis, Rucinsky 4 (McClement, Backes) 9:01

Penalties - Jackman StL (slashing) 1:55, Ivanans LA (holding) 5:15, Perron StL (tripping) 17:20.

Third Period

5. St. Louis, McKee 2 (Rucinsky, McClement) 8:29

6. St. Louis, Backes 8 (Mayers, Tkachuk) 13:25

Penalties - P.Kariya StL (interference) 2:05, J.Johnson LA (misconduct) 8:29, Rucinsky StL (holding) 10:09.

Shots on goal by

Los Angeles 9 11 7-27

St. Louis 10 14 10-34

Goal - Los Angeles: LaBarbera (L,16-21-2); St. Louis: Legace (W,20-15-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Los Angeles: 0-7; St. Louis: 0-3.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Pierre Champoux.

Attendance - 15,688 (19,022).

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Ducks 2 at Avalanche 1

First Period

1. Colorado, Svatos 25 (Wolski, Hannan) 1:37

Penalties - Liles Col (interference) 10:42, Huskins Ana (holding) 16:32, Svatos Col (high-sticking) 19:52, Laperriere Col (playing with broken stick) 20:00.

Second Period

2. Anaheim, Selanne 1 (Getzlaf, Pronger) 1:09 (pp)

Penalties - Sutherby Ana, McLeod Col (fighting), Parros Ana (unsportsmanlike conduct) 8:33, S.Niedermayer Ana (tripping) 9:56, Huskins Ana, Guite Col (fighting, game misconduct), Getzlaf Ana, Laperriere Col (fighting) 19:57.

Third Period

3. Anaheim, Pahlsson 4 (Moen, R.Niedermayer) 15:39

Penalty - Pronger Ana (holding) 4:59.

Shots on goal by

Anaheim 11 10 8-29

Colorado 18 9 6-33

Goal - Anaheim: Giguere (W,25-15-5); Colorado: Theodore (L,15-13-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Anaheim: 1-3; Colorado: 0-4.

Referees - Dean Warren, Ian Walsh. Linesmen - Andy McElman, Anthony Sericolo.

Attendance - 16,257 (18,007).

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