At Buffalo, N.Y.
Tampa Bay 2 2 0-4
Buffalo 1 0 6-7
First Period-1, Tampa Bay, Halpern 16 (Ranger), 2:50. 2, Tampa Bay, St. Louis 24 (Boyle, Lecavalier), 10:36 (pp). 3, Buffalo, Pominville 25 (Hecht, Tallinder), 13:07 (sh). Penalties-Boyle, TB (hooking), 7:29; Picard, TB (roughing), 9:18; Bernier, Buf (roughing), 9:18; Afinogenov, Buf (roughing), 9:18.
Second Period-4, Tampa Bay, Lecavalier 38 (Jokinen, St. Louis), 5:06. 5, Tampa Bay, Lecavalier 39 (Lessard, Ranger), 18:11. Penalties-O'Brien, TB (tripping), :52; Halpern, TB (tripping), 18:40.
Third Period-6, Buffalo, Pominville 26 (Gaustad), 5:03. 7, Buffalo, Hecht 20 (Gaustad, Pominville), 5:19. 8, Buffalo, Vanek 29 (Roy, Stafford), 8:25. 9, Buffalo, Vanek 30 (Roy, Stafford), 13:14. 10, Buffalo, Vanek 31 (Roy, Stafford), 16:07. 11, Buffalo, Hecht 21 (Pominville), 19:54 (sh-en). Penalty-Stafford, Buf (tripping), 18:24.
Shots on Goal-Tampa Bay 7-8-4-19. Buffalo 14-2-16-32.
Power-play opportunities-Tampa Bay 1 of 2; Buffalo 0 of 3.
Goalies-Tampa Bay, Ramo 5-10-2 (31 shots-25 saves). Buffalo, Miller 33-24-9 (19-15).
A-18,690 (18,690). T-2:28.
Referees-Kevin Pollock, Dean Warren. Linesmen-David Brisebois, Shane Heyer.
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At Newark, N.J.
N.Y. Rangers 0 0 1 0-2
New Jersey 1 0 0 0-1
N.Y. Rangers won shootout 1-0
First Period-1, New Jersey, Zubrus 12 (Rupp, Brylin), 6:05 (pp). Penalties-Avery, NYR, major (fighting), :35; Clarkson, NJ, major (fighting), :35; Rozsival, NYR (high-sticking), 5:13; Vishnevski, NJ (hooking), 10:50.
Second Period-None. Penalties-Zubrus, NJ (hooking), :47; Straka, NYR (hooking), 8:10; Tyutin, NYR (interference), 17:25; Mottau, NJ (hooking), 19:43.
Third Period-2, N.Y. Rangers, Drury 23 (Callahan, Straka), 15:14. Penalties-Orr, NYR (interference), 2:14; Rupp, NJ (holding), 12:56.
Overtime-None. Penalties-None.
Shootout-N.Y. Rangers 1 (Shanahan NG, Dawes G, Callahan NG); New Jersey 0 (Langenbrunner NG, Gionta NG, Parise NG).
Shots on Goal-N.Y. Rangers 5-9-5-2-21. New Jersey 6-4-7-1-18.
Power-play opportunities-N.Y. Rangers 0 of 4; New Jersey 1 of 4.
Goalies-N.Y. Rangers, Lundqvist 34-23-7 (18 shots-17 saves). New Jersey, Brodeur 40-22-6 (21-20).
A-17,625 (17,625). T-2:35.
Referees-Mike Hasenfratz, Wes McCauley. Linesmen-Michel Cormier, Tim Nowak.
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At Atlanta
Carolina 3 1 1-5
Atlanta 0 2 1-3
First Period-1, Carolina, Letowski 6 (Eaves, Ruutu), 4:04. 2, Carolina, Samsonov 13, 6:55. 3, Carolina, Staal 35 (Hamilton), 13:33. Penalties-None.
Second Period-4, Atlanta, Little 5 (Kozlov, Recchi), 1:56. 5, Carolina, Jensen 1 (Hamilton, Conboy), 3:35. 6, Atlanta, McCarthy 1 (Thorburn, Holik), 4:56. Penalties-Wesley, Car (hooking), 8:55; Boulton, Atl (holding), 11:54.
Third Period-7, Carolina, Cole 21 (Samsonov, Hedican), 14:51 (pp). 8, Atlanta, Kozlov 17 (Little, Recchi), 19:21. Penalties-McCarthy, Atl (elbowing), 13:23; Valabik, Atl (hooking), 16:31.
Shots on Goal-Carolina 12-11-10-33. Atlanta 10-13-11-34.
Power-play opportunities-Carolina 1 of 3; Atlanta 0 of 1.
Goalies-Carolina, Ward 34-22-4 (34 shots-31 saves). Atlanta, Hedberg 14-13-3 (33-28).
A-13,251 (18,545). T-2:17.
Referees-Rob Martell, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen-Mike Cvik, Mark Shewchyk.
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At Detroit
Columbus 0 1 0-1
Detroit 0 0 3-3
First Period-None. Penalties-Kronwall, Det (holding stick), 10:45; Downey, Det (interference), 13:48; Kopecky, Det (holding stick), 17:14; Zherdev, Clm (tripping), 18:58.
Second Period-1, Columbus, Malhotra 11 (Nash, Hainsey), 7:05 (pp). Penalties-Lidstrom, Det (high-sticking), 6:07; Malhotra, Clm (hooking), 12:45; Modin, Clm (hooking), 14:53; Chelios, Det (cross-checking), 17:46.
Third Period-2, Detroit, Zetterberg 37 (Rafalski), 6:43. 3, Detroit, Zetterberg 38 (Datsyuk, Lidstrom), 18:06 (pp). 4, Detroit, Zetterberg 39, 18:41. Penalties-Drake, Det (boarding), 2:02; Brule, Clm (interference), 11:49; Chelios, Det (boarding), 14:24; Klesla, Clm (tripping), 17:10.
Shots on Goal-Columbus 8-11-4-23. Detroit 3-12-12-27.
Power-play opportunities-Columbus 1 of 7; Detroit 1 of 5.
Goalies-Columbus, Norrena 9-15-5 (27 shots-24 saves). Detroit, Osgood 26-9-3 (23-22).
A-19,061 (20,066). T-2:25.
Referees-David Banfield, Michael McGeough. Linesmen-Don Henderson, Derek Nansen.
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At Chicago
Washington 0 0 0-0
Chicago 4 1 0-5
First Period-1, Chicago, Williams 12 (Wisniewski, Lang), 1:27. 2, Chicago, Toews 21 (Kane, Seabrook), 3:19 (pp). 3, Chicago, Perreault 8 (Lang, Sopel), 9:14. 4, Chicago, Sharp 35 (Ladd, Bolland), 17:54. Penalties-Lepisto, Was (interference), 2:31; Byfuglien, Chi (tripping), 10:00; Wisniewski, Chi (delay of game), 18:27.
Second Period-5, Chicago, Bourque 10 (Williams), 10:19. Penalties-Cooke, Was (interference), 3:19; Ovechkin, Was (roughing), 7:30; Toews, Chi (roughing), 7:30; Semin, Was (roughing), 14:47.
Third Period-None. Penalties-Laich, Was (tripping), 2:38; Cooke, Was (slashing), 9:45.
Shots on Goal-Washington 6-8-11-25. Chicago 18-11-13-42.
Power-play opportunities-Washington 0 of 2; Chicago 1 of 5.
Goalies-Washington, Kolzig 25-21-6 (42 shots-37 saves). Chicago, Khabibulin 19-18-5 (25-25).
A-20,942 (20,500). T-2:24.
Referees-Eric Furlatt, Dan Marouelli. Linesmen-Greg Devorski, Steve Miller.
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At Dallas
Anaheim 0 1 1-2
Dallas 1 0 0-1
First Period-1, Dallas, Morrow 28 (Turco), 12:44 (sh). Penalties-Ryan, Ana (hooking), 2:21; May, Ana, major (fighting), 6:12; Barch, Dal, major (fighting), 6:12; Miettinen, Dal (hooking), 12:19.
Second Period-2, Anaheim, S.Niedermayer 7 (Selanne, Getzlaf), 4:08 (pp). Penalties-Norstrom, Dal (tripping), 4:03; Bertuzzi, Ana (interference), 4:36; Giguere, Ana, served by Moen (interference), 8:32; Morrow, Dal (diving), 8:32; Getzlaf, Ana (holding), 9:04; Robidas, Dal (hooking), 18:24.
Third Period-3, Anaheim, Bertuzzi 14 (Getzlaf, Selanne), 19:32. Penalties-Kunitz, Ana (holding), 5:34; R.Niedermayer, Ana, double minor (high-sticking, roughing), 10:35; Morrow, Dal (roughing), 10:35; Norstrom, Dal (hooking), 15:37; Ryan, Ana (goalie interference), 16:21; Morrow, Dal (interference), 18:47.
Shots on Goal-Anaheim 3-8-6-17. Dallas 8-10-3-21.
Power-play opportunities-Anaheim 1 of 3; Dallas 0 of 7.
Goalies-Anaheim, Giguere 33-17-6 (21 shots-20 saves). Dallas, Turco 30-19-4 (17-15).
A-18,584 (18,532). T-2:24.
Referees-Gord Dwyer, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen-Lonnie Cameron, Darren Gibbs.
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At San Jose, Calif.
Minnesota 0 1 2 0-3
San Jose 1 1 1 0-4
San Jose won shootout 2-1
First Period-1, San Jose, Roenick 12 (Marleau, Brown), 17:54. Penalties-Boogaard, Min, major (fighting), 8:10; Shelley, SJ, major (fighting), 8:10; Sheppard, Min (hooking), 9:34.
Second Period-2, Minnesota, Veilleux 11 (Foster, Radivojevic), :49. 3, San Jose, Brown 2 (Roenick, Shelley), 3:28. Penalties-Mitchell, SJ (tripping), 5:18; Koivu, Min (hooking), 12:02.
Third Period-4, Minnesota, Gaborik 37 (Burns, Rolston), 5:49 (pp). 5, San Jose, Pavelski 17 (Michalek), 17:58. 6, Minnesota, Gaborik 38 (Rolston, Koivu), 19:31 (pp). Penalties-Thornton, SJ (cross-checking), 5:28; Ehrhoff, SJ (hooking), 19:20.
Overtime-None. Penalties-Burns, Min (cross-checking), 1:52; Brown, SJ (slashing), 1:52.
Shootout-Minnesota 1 (Burns G, Gaborik NG, Koivu NG); San Jose 2 (Pavelski G, Marleau NG, Roenick G).
Shots on Goal-Minnesota 7-7-9-1-24. San Jose 7-16-8-2-33.
Power-play opportunities-Minnesota 2 of 3; San Jose 0 of 2.
Goalies-Minnesota, Backstrom 28-13-8 (33 shots-30 saves). San Jose, Nabokov 42-20-8 (24-21).
A-17,496 (17,496). T-2:47.
Referees-Brad Watson, Chris Lee. Linesmen-Brian Mach, Dan Schachte.

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