Wednesday's NHL scoring summaries

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Scoring summaries from Wednesday's NHL games:

Sabres 2 at Islanders 1

First Period

1. Buffalo, Roy 13 (Pominville) 6:11

Penalties - Bergenheim NYI (holding) 0:13, Tallinder Buf (holding) 16:54.

Second Period

No Scoring

Penalties - Spacek Buf (hooking) 0:49, Mair Buf (fighting, major), Jackman NYI (fighting, major) 11:48, Guerin NYI (high-sticking) 11:58, Martinek NYI (holding) 15:30, Witt NYI (cross-checking) 20:00.

Third Period

2. N.Y. Islanders, Witt 1 (Martinek, Satan) 3:50

3. Buffalo, Afinogenov 6 (Campbell, Gaustad) 17:43

Penalties - Tallinder Buf (high-sticking) 4:43, Guerin NYI (interference) 7:07, Stafford Buf (tripping) 9:12, Meyer NYI (high-sticking) 15:43, Vanek Buf (hooking) 19:26.

Shots on goal by

Buffalo 5 7 5-17

N.Y. Islanders 14 13 16-43

Goal - Buffalo: Miller (W,15-12-1); N.Y. Islanders: DiPietro (L,14-13-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Buffalo: 0-6; N.Y. Islanders: 0-5.

Referees - Frederick L'Ecuyer, Rob Shick. Linesmen - Steve Miller, Jean Morin.

Attendance - 10,806 (16,234).

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Kings 2 at Red Wings 6

First Period

1. Detroit, Zetterberg 25 (Lidstrom) 0:59 (pp)

2. Detroit, Hudler 8 (Kronwall, Cleary) 7:37

3. Los Angeles, Brown 16 (Visnovsky, Kopitar) 18:32 (pp)

Penalties - Cammalleri LA (holding) 0:22, Frolov LA (hooking) 5:27, Franzen Det (holding) 18:03.

Second Period

4. Los Angeles, O'Sullivan 7 (Kopitar, Preissing) 0:15

5. Detroit, Holmstrom 17 (Zetterberg, Datsyuk) 3:35

6. Detroit, Cleary 11 (Kronwall, Samuelsson) 11:45 (pp)

Penalties - Thornton LA (holding) 7:17, Modry LA (hooking) 9:52, Preissing LA (tripping) 18:32.

Third Period

7. Detroit, Franzen 5 (Lilja, Kronwall) 0:49

8. Detroit, Filppula 8 (Kronwall, Chelios) 8:57

Penalties - Cleary Det (slashing) 1:13, Holmstrom Det (slashing) 13:50, Drake Det (holding) 18:27.

Shots on goal by

Los Angeles 6 5 9-20

Detroit 9 18 8-35

Goal - Los Angeles: LaBarbera (L,6-11-1); Detroit: Hasek (W,10-5-2).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Los Angeles: 1-4; Detroit: 2-5.

Referees - Dave Jackson, Chris Rooney. Linesmen - David Brisebois, Steve Barton.

Attendance - 19,516 (20,058).

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Predators 2 at Blackhawks 5

First Period

1. Chicago, Lang 10 (Havlat, Kontiola) 3:02

2. Chicago, Byfuglien 8 (Eager, Wisniewski) 5:23

3. Chicago, Sharp 15 (Toews, Sopel) 10:01 (sh)

Penalties - Tootoo Nash (hooking) 5:52, Seabrook Chi (cross-checking) 9:45.

Second Period

4. Chicago, Lang 11 (Havlat, Seabrook) 3:15

5. Nashville, Dumont 9 (Arnott, Zidlicky) 4:27 (pp)

6. Nashville, Bonk 11 (Weber, Radulov) 5:37 (pp)

7. Chicago, Sharp 16 (Havlat, Kane) 18:55 (pp)

Penalties - Keith Chi (hooking) 0:55, Perreault Chi (high-sticking) 3:44, Radulov Nash (hooking) 16:00, Fiddler Nash (tripping) 16:59.

Third Period

No Scoring

Penalties - Ruutu Chi (tripping) 2:44, Hamhuis Nash (roughing), Nichol Nash, Burish Chi (fighting) 13:51, Weber Nash (delay of game) 15:38.

Shots on goal by

Nashville 6 11 4-21

Chicago 11 8 11-30

Goal (shots-saves) - Nashville: Mason (2-0), Ellis (L,6-4-0)(5:23 first)(28-25); Chicago: Khabibulin (W,12-10-2)(21-19).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Nashville: 2-5; Chicago: 1-5.

Referees - Gord Dwyer, Brad Meier. Linesmen - Don Henderson, Mark Wheler.

Attendance - 14,151 (20,500).

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Avalanche 1 at Ducks 2 (OT)

First Period

No Scoring

Penalties - Perry Ana (tripping) 2:06, Hannan Col (interference) 17:50.

Second Period

1. Colorado, McCormick 1 (Laperriere) 8:33

Penalties - Parker Col, Parros Ana (fighting) 10:31.

Third Period

2. Anaheim, Pronger 6 (Carter, Marchant) 3:45

Penalty - McCormick Col (delay of game) 19:37.

Overtime

3. Anaheim, Schneider 5 (Kunitz, Pahlsson) 3:31

Penalties - None

Shots on goal by

Colorado 3 6 3 0-12

Anaheim 12 9 13 4-38

Goal - Colorado: Budaj (L,12-6-1); Anaheim: Hiller (W,2-2-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Colorado: 0-1; Anaheim: 0-2.

Referees - Don Koharski, Mike Leggo. Linesmen - Michel Cormier, Dan Schachte.

Attendance - 17,174 (17,174).

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