Tuesday's NHL scoring summaries

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Scoring summaries from Tuesday's NHL games:

Canadiens 2 at Thrashers 4

First Period

1. Atlanta, Christensen 4 (Reasoner, Bogosian) 5:02

2. Atlanta, Thorburn 5 (Slater, Boulton) 6:26

Penalty - Pacioretty Mtl (hooking) 19:15.

Second Period

3. Atlanta, Peverley 4 (Armstrong, Hainsey) 3:48

4. Montreal, Pacioretty 3 (Markov, Gorges) 4:54 (pp)

5. Montreal, Begin 6 (Brisebois) 6:25

Penalties - Valabik Atl (boarding) 4:44, Armstrong Atl (tripping) 16:15, Lang Mtl (slashing) 17:32.

Third Period

6. Atlanta, Bogosian 2 (Boulton, Thorburn) 8:55

Penalty - Lang Mtl (tripping) 15:50.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 9 9 18-36

Atlanta 11 7 6-24

Goal (shots-saves) - Montreal: Halak (L,11-8-1)(14-11), Price (3:48 second)(10-9); Atlanta: Lehtonen (W,8-12-2).

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

Referees - Chris Rooney, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Steve Miller, Derek Nansen.

Attendance - 13,076 (18,545).

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Capitals 2 at Senators 3

First Period

1. Ottawa, Heatley 20 (Kuba, Vermette) 8:11 (pp)

2. Ottawa, Heatley 21 (Foligno, Vermette) 15:54 (pp)

Penalties - Brashear Wash (hooking) 3:27, Green Wash (roughing) 6:54, Fedorov Wash (hooking) 15:23, Fisher Ott (cross-checking) 16:12.

Second Period

3. Washington, Fedorov 5 (Semin) 0:37

4. Washington, Steckel 6 (Fleischmann, Clark) 9:58

Penalties - Foligno Ott (hooking) 2:49, Phillips Ott (interference) 7:27, Phillips Ott (tripping) 16:02, Fisher Ott (tripping) 17:37.

Third Period

5. Ottawa, Bell 4 (Vermette) 18:38 (pp)

Penalties - Fedorov Wash (hooking) 0:19, Semin Wash (tripping) 16:43, Ovechkin Wash (hooking) 19:58.

Shots on goal by

Washington 7 19 5-31

Ottawa 13 3 18-34

Goal - Washington: Theodore (L,17-9-1); Ottawa: Elliott (W, 3-1-1).

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

Referees - Paul Devorski, Mike Hasenfratz. Linesmen - Jean Morin, Brian Murphy.

Attendance - 20,125 (19,153).

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Blue Jackets 3 at Oilers 4

First Period

1. Edmonton, Visnovsky 7 (Hemsky, Horcoff) 5:05 (pp)

Penalties - Commodore Clb (holding) 3:53, Cole Edm (elbowing) 14:41.

Second Period

2. Columbus, Boll 2 (Williams, Tyutin) 1:28

3. Edmonton, Hemsky 13 (Gilbert) 9:21

4. Columbus, Methot 4 (Malhotra, Huselius) 10:54

5. Columbus, Williams 9 (Voracek, Russell) 14:22

Penalties - None.

Third Period

6. Edmonton, Grebeshkov 4 (Hemsky, Gilbert) 15:18

7. Edmonton, Hemsky 14 (Penner, Visnovsky) 19:25

Penalties - Moreau Edm (cross-checking) 2:57, Boll Clb, Staios Edm (roughing) 10:35, Backman Clb (hooking) 13:15.

Shots on goal by

Columbus 8 10 5-23 Edmonton 5 11 6-22

Goal - Columbus: Mason (L,17-11-1); Edmonton: Roloson (W,15-9-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Columbus: 0-2; Edmonton: 1-2.

Referees - Greg Kimmerly, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen - Don Henderson, Brian Mach.

Attendance - 16,839 (16,839).

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Canucks 1 at Sharks 2 (OT)

First Period

1. Vancouver, Pyatt 6 (H.Sedin, D.Sedin) 12:38

Penalty - Sundin Vcr (cross-checking) 4:26.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - D.Sedin Vcr (holding) 5:21, Semenov SJ (hooking) 13:59, Ohlund Vcr (hooking) 18:00.

Third Period

2. San Jose, Setoguchi 21 (Thornton, Marleau) 19:20

Penalties - None.

Overtime

3. San Jose, Marleau 25 (Thornton, Pavelski) 3:08 (pp)

Penalties - D.Sedin Vcr (hooking) 2:17, O'Brien Vcr (roughing) 3:08.

Shots on goal by

Vancouver 2 6 6 0-14

San Jose 8 7 10 4-29

Goal - Vancouver: Luongo (L,11-6-4); San Jose: Nabokov (W,25-5-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Vancouver: 0-1; San Jose: 1-4.

Referees - Marc Joannette, Francois St. Laurent. Linesmen - Mark Wheler, Michel Cormier.

Attendance - 17,496 (17,496).

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Ducks 2 at Rangers 4

First Period

1. N.Y. Rangers, Naslund 15 (Callahan, Gomez) 12:46 (pp)

2. Anaheim, Ryan 14 (Pahlsson, Getzlaf) 13:45 (pp)

Penalties - Kunitz Ana (goaltender interference) 11:49, Voros NYR (tripping) 13:02, Miller Ana (roughing, fighting; served by Ryan), Dubinsky NYR (fighting) 14:49.

Second Period

3. N.Y. Rangers, Sjostrom 3 (Rozsival) 3:22 (sh)

4. Anaheim, Perry 14 (Ebbett, S.Niedermayer) 18:23

Penalties - New York bench (too many men; served by Fritsche) 1:56, Montador Ana (holding) 4:38, Mikkelson Ana (hooking) 6:33, Mikkelson Ana (delay of game) 15:21.

Third Period

5. N.Y. Rangers, Gomez 9 (Naslund, Zherdev) 12:39 (pp)

6. N.Y. Rangers, Betts 5, 19:26 (en-sh)

Penalties - Moen Ana, Callahan NYR (fighting) 0:14, Getzlaf Ana (roughing) 4:07, Voros NYR (holding) 5:55, Voros NYR (roughing) 9:48, Pahlsson Ana (interference) 11:54, Girardi NYR (delay of game) 18:03.

Shots on goal by

Anaheim 13 9 12-34

N.Y. Rangers 9 13 8-30

Goal - Anaheim: Hiller (L,11-9-1); N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (W,24-13-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Anaheim: 1-5; N.Y. Rangers: 2-7.

Referees - Stephane Auger, Kerry Fraser. Linesmen - Greg Devorski, Tim Nowak.

Attendance - 18,200 (18,200).

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Hurricanes 2 at Penguins 1

First Period

1. Pittsburgh, Malkin 19 (Boucher, Crosby) 2:33 (pp)

2. Carolina, Ra.Whitney 15 (Babchuk, Seidenberg) 14:30 (pp)

Penalties - Brind'Amour Car (hooking) 2:03, Scuderi Pgh (hooking) 4:06, Letang Pgh (delay of game) 4:34, Cooke Pgh (interference) 12:58.

Second Period

3. Carolina, E.Staal 20 (Williams, Samsonov) 8:01

Penalties - Gill Pgh (closing hand on puck) 11:13, Pitkanen Car (tripping) 15:01, Ra.Whitney Car (tripping) 19:30.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Sykora Pgh (tripping) 1:15, Carolina bench (too many men; served by Williams) 5:18, Gleason Car (double high-sticking) 15:45.

Shots on goal by

Carolina 15 17 8-40

Pittsburgh 14 10 9-33

Goal - Carolina: Ward (W,18-14-3); Pittsburgh: Fleury (L,15-12-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Carolina: 1-5; Pittsburgh: 1-6.

Referees - Kyle Rehman, Rob Shick. Linesmen - Derek Amell, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance - 16,972 (16,940).

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Kings 5 at Wild 2

First Period

1. Los Angeles, Calder 5 (Harrold) 10:36

2. Minnesota, Nolan 11 (Zidlicky, Koivu) 12:30 (pp)

Penalties - Koivu Min (slashing) 2:55, Simmonds LA (hooking) 11:27, Gillies Min (high-sticking) 17:37.

Second Period

3. Los Angeles, Kopitar 12 (Calder, Doughty) 7:18 (pp)

4. Los Angeles, Brown 16 (Stoll, Doughty) 8:32

5. Minnesota, Zidlicky 9 (Brunette, Koivu) 11:22 (pp)

6. Los Angeles, Armstrong 3 (Greene, Simmonds) 15:54

Penalties - Zidlicky Min (delay of game) 5:32, Quincey LA (roughing) 9:25, Burns Min (tripping) 13:13, Frolov LA (high-sticking), Johnson LA, Zidlicky Min (roughing) 18:20.

Third Period

7. Los Angeles, O'Sullivan 10 (Handzus, Greene) 19:55 (en)

Penalties - Ivanans LA, Boogaard Min (fighting) 8:13, Stoll LA (holding) 14:58.

Shots on goal by

Los Angeles 13 13 6-32

Minnesota 8 6 13-27

Goal (shots-saves) - Los Angeles: Quick (W,5-5-0); Minnesota: Backstrom (L,22-15-2)(26-22), Harding (start third)(5-5).

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

Referees - Bill McCreary, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen - Lyle Seitz, Thor Nelson.

Attendance - 18,568 (18,064).

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Red Wings 3 at Coyotes 6

First Period

1. Detroit, Samuelsson 12 (Kronwall, Hudler) 9:59 (pp)

2. Phoenix, Morris 4 (Doan, Reinprecht) 15:07

Penalties - Holmstrom Det (cross-checking) 2:20, Draper Det (slashing) 7:06, Fedoruk Pho (interference) 9:26.

Second Period

3. Phoenix, Yandle 4, 4:09 (pp)

4. Detroit, Lidstrom 6 (Rafalski, Datsyuk) 7:14 (pp)

5. Phoenix, Jokinen 17 (Carcillo, Hanzal) 15:19

6. Detroit, Lidstrom 7 (Datsyuk, Hossa) 19:54 (pp)

Penalties - Kronwall Det (hooking) 4:05, Lindstrom Pho (slashing) 5:14, Michalek Pho (slashing) 6:25, Chelios Det (high-sticking) 12:36, Datsyuk Det (hooking) 15:43, Mueller Pho (high-sticking) 19:25.

Third Period

7. Phoenix, Jovanovski 3 (Doan, Lindstrom) 2:06 (pp)

8. Phoenix, Lisin 7 (Morris, Jovanovski) 6:49

9. Phoenix, Lisin 8 (Hale, Boedker) 18:16 (en)

Penalties - Kronwall Det (slashing) 0:38, Hanzal Pho (tripping) 9:23, Hale Pho (hooking) 14:29.

Shots on goal by

Detroit 9 19 9-37

Phoenix 9 10 8-27

Goal - Detroit: Conklin (L,16-6-1); Phoenix: Bryzgalov (W,18-15-4).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Detroit: 3-6; Phoenix: 2-6.

Referees - Tim Peel, Dean Morton. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Shane Heyer.

Attendance - 16,368 (17,125).

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