Wednesday's NHL scoring summaries

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Scoring summaries from Wednesday's NHL games:

Canadiens 2 at Devils 5

First Period

1. New Jersey, Martin 4 (Elias, Madden) 11:52

Penalty - Martin NJ (cross-checking) 9:45.

Second Period

2. New Jersey, Zajac 15 (Parise, Oduya) 6:18

3. Montreal, Gorges 2 (Koivu, D'Agostini) 13:56

4. New Jersey, Oduya 4 (Martin) 18:20

Penalties - Bouillon Mtl (holding) 6:50, Oduya NJ (hooking) 11:53.

Third Period

5. New Jersey, Parise 28, 2:05

6. Montreal, D'Agostini 8 (Markov) 7:46 (pp)

7. New Jersey, Elias 20 (Madden, C.White) 19:05 (en, sh)

Penalties - Kostopoulos Mtl (cross-checking), Rupp NJ (interference) 2:14, Martin NJ (slashing) 6:48, Parise NJ (tripping) 9:04, A.Kostitsyn Mtl (tripping) 15:08, Shanahan NJ (tripping) 18:40.

Shots on goal by

Montreal 9 13 6-28

New Jersey 12 15 7-34

Goal - Montreal: Price (L,16-5-5); New Jersey: Clemmensen (W,19-9-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Montreal: 1-5; New Jersey: 0-2.

Referees - Kerry Fraser, Rob Martell. Linesmen - Greg Devorski, Scott Driscoll.

Attendance - 16,235 (17,625).

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Bruins 4 at Maple Leafs 3 (SO)

First Period

1. Toronto, Blake 14 (Stempniak, Moore) 13:58

2. Boston, Wheeler 14 (Ward, Krejci) 15:14

Penalty - Axelsson Bos (hooking) 8:28.

Second Period

3. Toronto, Stempniak 8 (Blake, Moore) 4:13 (pp)

4. Toronto, May 1 (Mitchell, Mayers) 14:49

Penalty - Wheeler Bos (high-sticking) 3:44.

Third Period

5. Boston, Wideman 9 (Krejci, Ryder) 2:17 (pp)

6. Boston, Chara 11 (Savard, Axelsson) 14:07 (pp)

Penalties - Ponikarovsy Tor (holding) 0:18, Grabovski Tor (holding) 9:21, Kubina Tor (holding) 12:22, Ponikarovsky Tor (delay of game) 16:20, Ryder Bos (hooking) 16:48.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalty - St. Pierre Bos (tripping) 3:20.

Shootout

Boston wins 3-2

Toronto (2) - Stempniak, goal; Hagman, miss; Blake, goal; Kulemin, miss.

Boston (3) - Wheeler, goal; Krejci, miss; St. Pierre, goal; Ryder, goal.

Shots on goal by

Boston 10 11 8 1-30

Toronto 6 15 8 5-34

Goal - Boston: Thomas (W,20-5-4); Toronto: Toskala (SOL,15-17-7).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Boston: 2-4; Toronto: 1-5.

Referees - Don VanMassenhoven, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen - Jean Morin, Brian Murphy.

Attendance - 19,258 (18,819).

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Blue Jackets 4 at Flames 5 (SO)

First Period

1. Columbus, Umberger 14 (Malhotra) 2:56

2. Calgary, Iginla 19 (Aucoin) 9:11

3. Columbus, Umberger 15 (Russell, Modin) 9:42 (pp)

Penalties - Tollefsen Clb (roughing), Bertuzzi Cal (high-sticking) 7:22, Methot Clb (instigating, fighting, misconduct), Phaneuf Cal (boarding major, fighting, game misconduct) 8:09, Sarich Cal (hooking) 8:56, Tyutin Clb (roughing) 13:01, Roy Cal (roughing) 17:47, Regehr Cal (tripping) 18:12.

Second Period

4. Calgary, Cammalleri 21 (Aucoin, Giordano) 17:40 (pp)

5. Columbus, Voracek 7 (Williams, Modin) 17:50

6. Calgary, Moss 15 (Boyd, Sarich) 18:30

Penalties - Tollefsen Clb (tripping) 3:57, Dorsett Clb (roughing), Regehr Cal (double high-sticking) 10:38, Tollefsen Clb (delay of game) 17:15.

Third Period

7. Columbus, Nash 19 (Malhotra, Hejda) 2:41 (sh)

8. Calgary, Cammalleri 22 (Iginla) 12:35

Penalties - Torres Clb (hooking) 2:13, Modin Clb (hooking) 6:01, Commodore Clb (hooking) 13:18.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties - None.

Shootout

Calgary wins 1-0

Calgary (1) - Cammalleri, miss; Iginla, miss; Bertuzzi, goal.

Columbus (0) - Williams, miss; Nash, miss; Voracek, miss.

Shots on goal by

Columbus 13 10 10 0-33

Calgary 17 7 5 2-31 Goal - Columbus: Mason (SOL,17-11-2); Calgary: Kiprusoff (W,28-12-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Columbus: 1-5; Calgary: 1-6.

Referees-Dan O'Halloran, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen - Brad Lazarowich, Don Henderson.

Attendance - 19,289 (19,289).

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Ducks 1 at Islanders 2

First Period

1. N.Y. Islanders, Okposo 7 (Streit, Nielsen) 2:38 (pp)

2. N.Y. Islanders, McLean 1 (Nielsen, Hillen) 14:35

Penalties - Montador Ana (hooking) 1:16, Martinek NYI (interference) 10:32, Witt NYI (delay of game) 19:24.

Second Period

3. Anaheim, Ryan 15 (Perry, S.Niedermayer) 16:45 (pp)

Penalties - New York bench (too many men; served by McLean) 11:46, Sim NYI (interference) 16:22.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalty - Park NYI (tripping) 14:57.

Shots on goal by

Anaheim 12 19 9-40

N.Y. Islanders 8 5 1-14

Goal (shots-saves) - Anaheim: Giguere (L,12-12-4)(7-5), Hiller (14:36 first)(7-7); N.Y. Islanders: Danis (W,1-5-1).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Anaheim: 1-5; N.Y. Islanders: 1-1.

Referees - Kyle Rehman, Mike Hasenfratz. Linesmen - Tim Nowak, Brad Kovachik.

Attendance - 11,853 (16,234).

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Thrashers 3 at Flyers 5

First Period

1. Philadelphia, Hartnell 17 (Carter) 9:54

2. Philadelphia, Powe 2 (Upshall, Giroux) 17:55

Penalties - Giroux Pha (hooking) 1:23, Kozlov Atl (delay of game) 5:04, Boulton Atl, Cote Pha (fighting) 9:58, Thorburn Atl, Asham Pha (fighting) 10:00, Jones Pha (tripping) 14:44.

Second Period

3. Philadelphia, Jones 1 (Carter, Lupul) 1:44

Penalties - Valabik Atl, Asham Pha (roughing, fighting) 2:31, Upshall Pha (slashing) 4:26, Armstrong Atl (roughing), Jones Pha (slashing) 6:38, Reasoner Atl (holding) 9:02, Hartnell Pha (tripping) 9:39, Valabik Atl (elbowing) 13:07, Valabik Atl, Hartnell Pha (unsportsmanlike conduct) 18:06, Kovalchuk Atl (slashing) 19:20.

Third Period

4. Atlanta, Perrin 5, 4:42

5. Atlanta, Kovalchuk 20 (Armstrong, Peverley) 9:48

6. Atlanta, Thorburn 6, 10:49

7. Philadelphia, Knuble 17 (Richards, S.Gagne) 12:12

8. Philadelphia, Knuble 18 (S.Gagne) 19:19 (en)

Penalties - None.

Shots on goal by

Atlanta 9 12 10-31

Philadelphia 14 9 10-33

Goal - Atlanta: Lehtonen (L,8-13-2); Philadelphia: Niittymaki (W,10-3-4).

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

Referees - Eric Furlatt, Wes McCauley. Linesmen - David Brisebois, Mark Shewchyk.

Attendance - 19,766 (19,537).

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Sabres 3 at Lightning 5

First Period

1. Tampa Bay, Eminger 4 (Halpern) 4:45 (pp)

2. Tampa Bay, Downie 2 (Cor.Murphy, Pettinger) 5:19

Penalties - Paille Buf (hooking) 2:53, Mair Buf (elbowing) 19:44, St. Louis TB (tripping) 19:53.

Second Period

3. Buffalo, Roy 17 (Pominville, Lydman) 0:19

4. Tampa Bay, Krajicek 1 (Meszaros, Prospal) 1:23

5. Buffalo, Kotalik 10 (Rivet, Gaustad) 4:04 (pp)

6. Tampa Bay, Halpern 3 (Recchi, Wishart) 13:52

7. Buffalo, Roy 18 (Vanek, Pominville) 16:55 (pp)

8. Tampa Bay, Cor.Murphy 1 (Recchi) 19:54 (pp)

Penalties - Halpern TB (high-sticking) 2:30, Koci TB (roughing) 6:52, Gaustad Buf, Koci TB (roughing) 9:12, Koci TB (interference) 15:25, Butler Buf (tripping) 18:54, Tallinder Buf (tripping) 19:22.

Third Period

No Scoring.

Penalty - Krajicek TB (interference) 6:16.

Shots on goal by

Buffalo 5 20 9-34

Tampa Bay 7 14 5-26

Goal - Buffalo: Miller (L,22-12-4); Tampa Bay: Smith (W,13-16-9).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Buffalo: 2-5; Tampa Bay: 2-4.

Referees - Ian Walsh, Brad Watson. Linesmen - Ryan Galloway, Darren Gibbs.

Attendance - 15,611 (19,758).

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Stars 4 at Panthers 1

First Period

1. Florida, Skrastins 3 (Kreps, Stewart) 12:41

Penalties - Sutherby Dal, Stewart Fla (fighting) 16:22, Cullimore Fla (holding) 17:15.

Second Period

2. Dallas, Modano 14 (Richards, Eriksson) 12:33 (pp)

3. Dallas, Ribeiro 9 (Neal, Niskanen) 19:28

Penalties - Campbell Fla (tripping) 11:23, Niskanen Dal, Stillman Fla (fighting) 19:57.

Third Period

4. Dallas, Ribeiro 10 (Ott, Lehtinen) 3:45

5. Dallas, Ribeiro 11 (Robidas) 19:34 (en)

Penalty - Neal Dal (tripping) 8:25.

Shots on goal by

Dallas 5 11 9-25

Florida 10 8 10-28

Goal - Dallas: Turco (W,19-16-7); Florida: Vokoun (L,12-13-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Dallas: 1-2; Florida: 0-1.

Referees - Mike Leggo, Dan Marouelli. Linesmen - Pierre Racicot, Jonny Murray.

Attendance - 11,200 (19,250).

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Blues 2 at Blackhawks 0

First Period

1. St. Louis, Woywitka 1 (Oshie, Colaiacovo) 18:05 (pp)

Penalties - Kane Chi (tripping) 0:27, Barker Chi (interference major) 7:00, Wisniewski Chi (delay of game) 17:12.

Second Period

No Scoring.

Penalties - Hinote StL, Burish Chi (fighting) 2:32, St. Louis bench (too many men; served by Perron) 10:49.

Third Period

2. St. Louis, Tkachuk 15 (Boyes, Jackman) 7:28

Penalties - Boyes StL (hooking) 4:02, Perron StL, Fraser Chi (roughing) 6:45, Weaver StL (tripping) 14:59, Janssen StL 19:49.

Shots on goal by

St. Louis 16 9 4-29

Chicago 3 6 12-21

Goal - St. Louis: Mason (W,5-13-1); Chicago: Huet (L,12-8-3).

Power plays (goals-chances) - St. Louis: 1-4; Chicago: 0-3.

Referees - Dennis LaRue, Don Koharski. Linesmen - Mark Pare, Lyle Seitz.

Attendance - 22,299 (20,500).

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Kings 6 at Avalanche 5

First Period

1. Los Angeles, Calder 6 (Doughty, Kopitar) 2:14 (pp)

2. Colorado, Svatos 9 (Wolski, Liles) 7:40 (pp)

Penalties - Salei Col (hooking) 0:47, Los Angeles bench (too many men; served by Calder) 4:14, Johnson LA (slashing) 6:35, Simmonds LA (slashing) 10:09, O'Donnell LA, Stewart Col (fighting) 13:35, Johnson LA (slashing) 16:29.

Second Period

3. Los Angeles, Frolov 19 (Quincey, Stoll) 1:25 (pp)

4. Los Angeles, Johnson 1 (O'Sullivan, Handzus) 1:54

5. Los Angeles, Stoll 10 (Brown, O'Sullivan) 5:01

6. Colorado, Hensick 4 (Tucker, Stewart) 13:31 (pp)

7. Los Angeles, Frolov 20 (Handzus, Quincey) 14:11

8. Los Angeles, Brown 17 (Kopitar) 14:32

9. Colorado, Stewart 6 (Hensick, Salei) 19:52

Penalties - Liles Col (hooking) 0:54, Ivanans LA (slashing) 11:34, Simmonds LA, Stewart Col (roughing) 13:31.

Third Period

10. Colorado, Willsie 1, 5:53

11. Colorado, McLeod 11 (Tucker, Salei) 7:36

Penalties - Greene LA (hooking) 3:15, Doughty LA (hooking) 13:31, Smyth Col (interference) 14:12.

Shots on goal by

Los Angeles 6 14 8-28

Colorado 13 13 15-41

Goal (shots-saves) - Los Angeles: Quick (W,6-5-0); Colorado: Budaj (15-11), Raycroft (L,9-4-0)(5:02 second)(13-11).

Power plays (goals-chances) - Los Angeles: 2-3; Colorado: 2-7.

Referees - Gord Dwyer, Steve Kozari. Linesmen - Mike Cvik, Shane Heyer.

Attendance - 13,289 (18,007).

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