At Newark, N.J.
Pittsburgh 0 2 1 0-3
New Jersey 0 1 2 1-4
First Period-None. Penalties-Mottau, NJ (high-sticking), 3:13; Parise, NJ (slashing), 8:27; Malone, Pit, major (fighting), 15:41; Clarkson, NJ, major (fighting), 15:41; Christensen, Pit (hooking), 17:24.
Second Period-1, Pittsburgh, Malone 15 (Malkin, Sydor), 2:26 (pp). 2, Pittsburgh, Sykora 17 (Malkin, Gonchar), 11:50. 3, New Jersey, Langenbrunner 9 (Parise, Elias), 19:18 (pp). Penalties-Elias, NJ (interference), 1:07; Oduya, NJ (tripping), 3:27; Christensen, Pit (hooking), 17:37.
Third Period-4, Pittsburgh, Staal 7 (Talbot, Letang), 4:30 (pp). 5, New Jersey, Elias 16 (Parise), 9:37. 6, New Jersey, Clarkson 7 (Oduya, Madden), 11:21. Penalties-Malone, Pit (hooking), :30; Brodeur, NJ, served by Clarkson (tripping), 2:47; Armstrong, Pit (unsportsmanlike conduct), 11:55; Vishnevski, NJ (roughing), 11:55.
Overtime-7, New Jersey, Parise 20 (Elias, Brodeur) :37. Penalties-None.
Shots on Goal-Pittsburgh 10-14-10-0-34. New Jersey 6-8-10-1-25.
Power-play opportunities-Pittsburgh 2 of 5; New Jersey 1 of 3.
Brodeur 28-18-2 (34-31).
A-13,012 (17,625). T-2:31.
Referees-Kerry Fraser, Don Koharski. Linesmen-Darren Gibbs, Dan Schachte.
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At Denver
Phoenix 1 1 1 1-4
Colorado 1 1 1 0-3
First Period-1, Colorado, Hensick 4 (Arnason, Liles), 17:48 (pp). 2, Phoenix, Mueller 16 (Jovanovski, Doan), 19:01 (pp). Penalties-Boynton, Pho (high-sticking), 17:10; Richardson, Col (slashing), 18:03; Clark, Col (cross-checking), 18:26.
Second Period-3, Phoenix, Winnik 6 (Murley, Kapanen), 5:04. 4, Colorado, Laperriere 4 (Richardson), 14:49. Penalties-Boynton, Pho (tripping), 5:18; Boynton, Pho (interference), 16:59; Arnason, Col (tripping), 17:31.
Third Period-5, Colorado, Hensick 5 (Hlinka, Arnason), 9:52 (pp). 6, Phoenix, Vrbata 23 (Reinprecht), 16:49. Penalties-Richardson, Col (slashing), 7:13; Tjarnqvist, Pho (slashing), 9:21.
Overtime-7, Phoenix, Vrbata 24 (Doan, Michalek), 3:23. Penalties-None.
Shots on Goal-Phoenix 17-9-6-1-33. Colorado 12-11-11-2-36.
Power-play opportunities-Phoenix 1 of 4; Colorado 2 of 4.
Goalies-Phoenix, Tellqvist 7-4-0 (36 shots-33 saves). Colorado, Budaj 15-9-3 (33-29).
A-14,381 (18,007). T-2:35.
Referees-Eric Furlatt, Chris Rooney. Linesmen-Brad Lazarowich, Mark Wheler.
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At Edmonton, Alberta
Calgary 0 0 0-0
Edmonton 2 1 2-5
16 (Sanderson, Gilbert), 19:25. Penalties-Stortini, Edm (cross-checking), 10:27; Sarich, Cal (tripping), 12:51; Phaneuf, Cal, major (fighting), 17:05; Moreau, Edmonton, minor-major (elbowing, fighting), 17:05.
Second Period-3, Edmonton, Hemsky 14 (Gagner, Stoll), 5:20 (pp). Penalties-Hemsky, Edm (hooking), :29; Tanguay, Cal (tripping), 4:31; Huselius, Cal (high-sticking), 5:50; Sarich, Cal, major (fighting), 9:18; Stortini, Edm, major (fighting), 9:18; Tanguay, Cal (slashing), 12:49; Pitkanen, Edm (holding), 13:24.
Third Period-4, Edmonton, Staios 6 (Moreau, Grebeshkov), 11:31 (pp). 5, Edmonton, Gagner 5 (Stoll, Hemsky), 12:46 (pp). Penalties-Regehr, Cal, major (fighting), :01; Stortini, Edm, major (fighting), :01; Hale, Cal (tripping), :26; Stoll, Edm, double minor (high-sticking), 1:40; Sarich, Cal, major (fighting), 7:02; Godard, Cal, minor-major-misconduct-game misconduct (goalie interference, fighting); Joseph, Cal, served by Iginla (leaving the crease), 7:02; Garon, Edm (roughing), 7:02; Glencross, Edm, major (fighting), 7:02.
Shots on Goal-Calgary 7-8-9-24. Edmonton 8-12-8-28.
Power-play opportunities-Calgary 0 of 5; Edmonton 3 of 9.
Goalies-Calgary, Joseph 0-1-0 (28 shots-23 saves). Edmonton, Garon 16-12-1 (24-24).
A-16,839 (16,839). T-2:30.
Referees-Rob Shick, Brad Watson. Linesmen-Lonnie Cameron, Thor Nelson.
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