Tuesday's NHL scoring summaries

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Scoring summaries from Tuesday's NHL games:

Canadiens 2 at Hurricanes 3

First Period

1. Carolina, Staal 12 (Samsonov, Williams) 10:08 (pp)

2. Carolina, Staal 13 (Pitkanen) 17:50 (pp)

Penalties - D'Agostini Mtl (interference) 5:25, Kovalev Mtl (hooking) 7:14, Lapierre Mtl (slashing) 9:00, Tanguay Mtl (tripping) 15:01, Hamrlik Mtl (tripping) 17:23.

Second Period

3. Montreal, G.Latendresse 3, 2:35

4. Montreal, Kovalev 6 (Lang) 3:57 (sh)

5. Carolina, Corvo 4 (Brind'Amour, Samsonov) 7:18 (pp)

Penalties - Begin Mtl (hooking) 3:08, Hamrlik Mtl (boarding) 5:26, O'Byrne Mtl (hooking) 6:56, G.Latendresse Mtl (holding stick) 13:52, G.Latendresse Mtl (tripping) 18:29, Kovalev Mtl (slashing) 19:59.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalty - Whitney Car (high-sticking) 5:33.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 3 7 14-24

Carolina 5 13 9-27

Goal - Montreal: Halak (L,3-5-1); Carolina: Ward (W,9-7-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 0-1; Carolina: 3-11.

Referees - Frederick L'Ecuyer, Brad Meier. Linesmen - Michel Cormier, Andy McElman.

Attendance - 16,434 (18,680).

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Devils 2 at Maple Leafs 3 (SO)

First Period

1. New Jersey, Rupp 3, 1:49

Penalties - Leach NJ, Deveaux Tor (fighting) 4:06, Clarkson NJ (interference) 11:39, Grabovski Tor (holding) 14:38.

Second Period

2. Toronto, Antropov 11 (Kaberle, Stajan) 7:24

3. Toronto, Williams 3 (Kaberle) 15:06

4. New Jersey, Parise 17 (Elias, Martin) 19:40 (pp)

Penalties - Van Ryn Tor (hooking) 2:00, Finger Tor (tripping) 18:36.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalty - Elias NJ (hooking) 1:31.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Toronto wins 2-1

Toronto (2) - Stempniak, miss; Kaberle, miss; Williams, goal; Blake, goal.

New Jersey (1) - Parise, miss; Elias, miss; Langenbrunner, goal; Rolston, miss.

Shots on goal by

New Jersey 9 9 4 3-25

Toronto 5 10 9 3-27

Goal - New Jersey: Clemmensen (SOL,8-3-1); Toronto: Toskala (W,12-9-5).

Power plays (goals-chances) - New Jersey: 1-3 Toronto: 0-2.

Referees - Mike Hasenfratz, Dean Morton. Linesmen - Pierre Racicot, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 19,315 (18,819).

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Thrashers 4 at Senators 1

First Period

1. Atlanta, Kozlov 14 (Hainsey, White) 10:50 (pp)

Penalties - Foligno Ott (tripping) 2:34, Enstrom Atl (tripping) 4:00, Gerber Ott (delay of game; served by Spezza) 9:24.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Exelby Atl (boarding) 15:31, Slater Atl, Ruutu Ott (fighting) 18:37, Boulton Atl, Fisher Ott (roughing) 18:37.

Third Period

2. Atlanta, Armstrong 5 (Kovalchuk, Enstrom) 2:10 (pp)

3. Atlanta, Armstrong 6 (Havelid, Perrin) 2:41

4. Ottawa, Kelly 3 (Phillips, Lee) 18:42

5. Atlanta, White 9 (Oystrick) 19:26 (pp)

Penalties - Heatley Ott (hooking) :40, Fisher Ott (cross-checking) 9:22, White Atl (interference) 15:56, Heatley Ott (high-sticking, unsportsmanlike conduct, game misconduct) 16:44, Little Atl (hooking) 17:09

Shots on goal by

Atlanta 7 8 10-25

Ottawa 10 11 8-29

Goal - Atlanta: Pavelec (W,3-5-0); Ottawa: Gerber (L,2-6-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Atlanta: 3-6; Ottawa: 0-4.

Referees - Dan Marouelli, Rob Martell. Linesmen - Scott Cherrey, Brad Kovachik.

Attendance - 18,746 (19,153).

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Flames 6 at Blues 3

First Period

1. Calgary, Iginla 15 (Sarich, Conroy) 4:14

2. Calgary, Iginla 16 (Conroy, Cammalleri) 17:38

Penalties - Roy Cal, Janssen StL (fighting) 5:50, Berglund StL (holding) 8:58, Bourque Cal (slashing) 18:43.

Second Period

3. Calgary, Lombardi 3 (Bourque, Sarich) 6:51

4. St. Louis, Berglund 10 (Perron) 7:22

5. St. Louis, Boyes 16 (Steen, Jackman) 10:31 (pp)

6. Calgary, Cammalleri 11 (Iginla, Lombardi) 12:09 (pp)

7. Calgary, Aucoin 4 (Lombardi, Iginla) 18:01

Penalties - Sarich Cal, Winchester StL (fighting) 6:55, Boyes StL (interference) 7:54, Bertuzzi Cal (tripping) 8:33, Polak StL (cross-checking) 11:06, Nystrom Cal, Hinote StL (roughing) 13:07, Roy Cal (hooking) 18:20, Aucoin Cal (interference) 19:41.

Third Period

8. St. Louis, Backes 8 (Tkachuk, Boyes) 5:41

9. Calgary, Langkow 8 (Lundmark, Bertuzzi) 8:41

Penalties - Pardy Cal (high-sticking) 0:58, Sarich Cal (slashing, fighting; served by Bertuzzi), Janssen StL (fighting) 11:23, Cammalleri Cal (slashing) 15:50, Nystrom Cal , Crombeen StL (double roughing; served by Berglund) 16:32.

Shots on goal by

Calgary 15 8 8-31

St. Louis 8 15 8-31

Goal - Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,17-10-2); St. Louis: Mason (L,3-10-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Calgary: 1-5; St. Louis: 1-7.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen - David Brisebois, Jean Morin.

Attendance - 16,426 (19,150).

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Blackhawks 9 at Oilers 2

First Period

1. Chicago, Kane 14 (Sharp, Barker) 6:16 (pp)

2. Chicago, Fraser 2 (Ladd, Wisniewski) 17:50

Penalties - Eager Chi, Stortini Edm (fighting) 2:35, Staios Edm (holding) 6:10, Toews Chi (hooking) 7:48.

Second Period

3. Chicago, Campbell 5 (Brouwer, Byfuglien) 3:46 (pp)

4. Edmonton, Horcoff 8 (Hemsky, Gilbert) 5:38 (pp)

5. Chicago, Brouwer 4 (Keith, Havlat) 12:05 (pp)

6. Chicago, Versteeg 8 (Ladd, Bolland) 12:26

7. Chicago, Eager 6 (Kane, Barker) 15:54

8. Chicago, Brouwer 5 (Wisniewski, Kane) 18:10

Penalties - Visnovsky Edm (hooking) 2:01, Kane Chi (holding) 5:29, Smid Edm (roughing) 10:11.

Third Period

9. Chicago, Keith 3, 5:32 (sh)

10. Chicago, Adams 2 (Wisniewski, Fraser) 14:59 (pp)

11. Edmonton, Pouliot 4 (Reddox) 15:23

Penalties - Wisniewski Chi (delay of game) 3:39, Horcoff Edm (roughing) 8:24, Staios Edm (slashing) 14:52.

Shots on goal by

Chicago 12 15 17-44

Edmonton 14 9 10-33

Goal (shots-saves) - Chicago: Khabibulin (W,9-1-4); Edmonton: Garon (L,5-7-0)(21-16), Roloson (12:26 second)(23-19).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Chicago: 4-5; Edmonton: 1-3.

Referees - Justin St. Pierre, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Don Henderson, Steve Miller.

Attendance - 16,839 (16,839).

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Capitals 5 at Islanders 4 (OT)

First Period

1. Washington, B.Gordon 2 (Brashear, Steckel) 2:54

2. Washington, Laich 7 (Green, Johnson) 14:18

3. N.Y. Islanders, Weight 7 (Park, Streit) 16:14 (pp)

Penalties - Bradley Wash, Jackman NYI (fighting) 9:41, Witt NYI (unsportsmanlike conduct) 12:13, Collins Wash (interference) 15:09.

Second Period

4. Washington, Jurcina 3 (Alzner, Kozlov) 6:07

5. N.Y. Islanders, Park 6 (Guerin, Streit) 14:32 (pp)

6. Washington, Ovechkin 18 (Semin, Backstrom) 16:35

Penalties - Collins Wash (interference) 13:34, Sutton NYI (interference) 17:38, Semin Wash (tripping) 19:15.

Third Period

7. N.Y. Islanders, Sutton 2 (Hunter, Park) 11:19

8. N.Y. Islanders, Sim 6 (Streit, Guerin) 17:47

Penalties - Giroux Wash (tripping) 12:02, Park NYI (hooking) 12:43, Fleischmann Wash (holding) 15:41.

Overtime

9. Washington, Ovechkin 19 (Backstrom) 4:49

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Washington 15 18 5 2-40

N.Y. Islanders 12 8 17 2-39

Goal - Washington: Johnson (W,10-4-2); N.Y. Islanders: J.MacDonald (L,10-14-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Washington: 0-3; N.Y. Islanders: 2-5.

Referees - Dave Jackson, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen - Derek Nansen, Mark Pare.

Attendance - 11,655 (16,234).

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Avalanche 2 at Flyers 5

First Period

1. Colorado, Stastny 8, 9:23 (pp)

2. Philadelphia, Knuble 13 (Richards, Coburn) 11:37 (pp)

3. Philadelphia, Carter 22 (S.Gagne, Vaananen) 18:12 (sh)

Penalties - Powe Pha (hooking) 9:17, Wolski Col (holding) 11:01, Alberts Pha (holding) 16:33.

Second Period

4. Philadelphia, Lupul 10 (Timonen, Hartnell) 11:24

5. Philadelphia, Richards 13 (S.Gagne, Knuble) 12:42

6. Colorado, D.Jones 5 (Hensick, Foote) 18:39

Penalties - Stewart Col, Asham Pha (fighting) 5:58, S.Gagne Pha (hooking) 7:27, Laperriere Col, Hartnell Pha (fighting) 12:10, Liles Col (holding) 13:30, McLeod Col (cross-checking) 14:45, Carter Pha (high-sticking) 16:18.

Third Period

7. Philadelphia, S.Gagne 16 (Timonen, Richards) 2:14 (pp)

Penalties - Leopold Col (hooking) 1:26, Asham Pha (tripping) 6:49, Smyth Col (hooking) 14:44.

Shots on goal by

Colorado 13 9 9-31

Philadelphia 8 9 7-24

Goal - Colorado: Budaj (L,11-14-1); Philadelphia: Niittymaki (W,6-1-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Colorado: 1-5; Philadelphia: 2-5.

Referees - Tom Kowal, Chris Lee. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Steve Barton.

Attendance - 19,219 (19,537).

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Coyotes 1 at Stars 2 (OT)

First Period

1. Dallas, Eriksson 13 (Conner, Richards) 3:15

Penalties - Daley Dal (interference) 4:38, Yandle Pho (cross-checking) 15:37, Parrish Dal (holding) 15:55, Ribeiro Dal (high-sticking) 18:53.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Doan Pho (hooking) 3:58, Janik Dal (tripping) 9:38, Turris Pho (high-sticking) 17:14.

Third Period

2. Phoenix, Fedoruk 4 (Mueller, Michalek) 10:51

Penalties - None.

Overtime

3. Dallas, Eriksson 14 (Ribeiro, Niskanen) 3:39

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Phoenix 5 13 5 0-23

Dallas 10 7 9 4-30

Goal - Phoenix: Bryzgalov (L,10-11-3); Dallas: Turco (W,11-12-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Phoenix: 0-4; Dallas: 0-3.

Referees - Chris Ciamaga, Tim Peel. Linesmen - Brad Lazarowich, Shane Heyer.

Attendance - 15,387 (18,532).

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Rangers 3 at Ducks 1

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Naslund NYR (hooking) 3:13, Kunitz Ana (tripping) 19:46.

Second Period

1. N.Y. Rangers, Drury 9, 2:26

2. Anaheim, Kunitz 8 (Hedican, Carter) 18:30

Penalties - Mara NYR (holding) 8:49, Hedican Ana (holding stick) 16:18.

Third Period

3. N.Y. Rangers, Dawes 4, 16:44

4. N.Y. Rangers, Zherdev 11, 19:59 (en-pp)

Penalties - Voros NYR, Montador Ana (fighting) 1:53, Dubinsky NYR (holding) 8:45, Rozsival NYR (slashing), Getzlaf Ana (roughing) 10:06, Kunitz Ana (double high-sticking) 18:09, Getzlaf Ana (slashing) 19:01.

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Rangers 7 13 9-29

Anaheim 7 5 8-20

Goal - N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (W,18-9-2); Anaheim: Hiller (L,6-5-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - N.Y. Rangers: 1-4; Anaheim: 0-3.

Referees - Bill McCreary, Greg Kimmerly. Linesmen - Vaughan Rody, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 16,921 (17,174).

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