At Atlanta
Florida 1 0 2-3
Atlanta 0 1 1-2
First Period-1, Florida, Jokinen 34 (McLean), 4:10 (pp). Penalties-Enstrom, Atl (slashing), 3:40; Kwiatkowski, Atl (tripping), 6:32; Cullimore, Fla (interference), 17:48.
Second Period-2, Atlanta, LaVallee 1 (Havelid), 13:09. Penalties-Recchi, Atl (hooking), 14:17; Weiss, Fla (slashing), 17:19; Holik, Atl (high-sticking), 18:51.
Third Period-3, Florida, Bouwmeester 14, 1:02. 4, Florida, Booth 22 (Johansson, Horton), 1:19. 5, Atlanta, Recchi 14 (LaVallee), 16:48. Penalties-Kovalchuk, Atl (high-sticking), 2:08; Allen, Fla (hooking), 6:36; Bouwmeester, Fla, double minor (unsportsmanlike conduct, holding), 19:42.
Shots on Goal-Florida 12-14-7-33. Atlanta 10-9-14-33.
Power-play opportunities-Florida 1 of 5; Atlanta 0 of 4.
Goalies-Florida, Anderson 7-5-1 (33 shots-31 saves). Atlanta, Hedberg 14-15-3 (33-30).
A-15,453 (18,545). T-2:20.
Referees-Mike Hasenfratz, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen-Darren Gibbs, Thor Nelson.
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At Washington
Carolina 0 1 0-1
Washington 2 1 1-4
First Period-1, Washington, Cooke 10 (Green, Fedorov), 15:00. 2, Washington, Laich 21 (Fleischmann, Kozlov), 19:01 (pp). Penalty-Whitney, Car (hooking), 17:03.
Second Period-3, Carolina, Walker 13 (Hedican, Bayda), 2:38. 4, Washington, Semin 25 (Green, Fedorov), 14:28 (pp). Penalties-Ruutu, Car (slashing), 3:33; Jurcina, Was (interference), 9:15; Erskine, Was (high-sticking), 10:17; Walker, Car (goalie interference), 10:35; Letowski, Car, double minor (high-sticking), 12:31; Ovechkin, Was (roughing), 13:03; Wallin, Car (roughing), 13:03; Hedican, Car (roughing), 19:25.
Third Period-5, Washington, Ovechkin 63 (Backstrom, Schultz), 16:24. Penalties-Cooke, Was (holding), 3:45; Bayda, Car (goalie interference), 12:26; Whitney, Car (hooking), 15:12; Semin, Was (hooking), 15:29; Carolina bench, served by LaRose (abusive language), 15:29; Kozlov, Was (holding), 15:48; Hamilton, Car, double minor (high-sticking), 19:39; Gordon, Was (tripping), 19:39.
Shots on Goal-Carolina 6-8-8-22. Washington 14-17-8-39.
Power-play opportunities-Carolina 0 of 4; Washington 2 of 8.
Goalies-Carolina, Ward 36-24-5 (39 shots-35 saves). Washington, Huet 30-14-6 (22-21).
A-18,277 (18,277). T-2:33.
Referees-Dave Jackson, Brad Watson. Linesmen-Jean Morin, Pierre Champoux.
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At Uniondale, N.Y.
New Jersey 0 1 0 1-2
N.Y. Islanders 1 0 0 0-1
First Period-1, N.Y. Islanders, Vasicek 16 (Guerin, Bergenheim), 19:08. Penalties-Madden, NJ (hooking), :26; Davison, NYI (tripping), 8:37; Comeau, NYI (tripping), 13:36.
Second Period-2, New Jersey, Elias 20 (Oduya, Martin), 5:42 (pp). Penalties-Okposo, NYI (hooking), 4:12; New Jersey bench, served by Asham (too many men), 12:04.
Third Period-None. Penalties-None.
Overtime-3, New Jersey, Parise 32 (Oduya, Elias), :29. Penalties-None.
Shots on Goal-New Jersey 12-21-13-1-47. N.Y. Islanders 9-5-8-0-22.
Power-play opportunities-New Jersey 1 of 3; N.Y. Islanders 0 of 2.
Goalies-New Jersey, Brodeur 42-26-6 (22 shots-21 saves). N.Y. Islanders, MacDonald 0-1-1 (47-45).
A-12,357 (16,234). T-2:17.
Referees-Eric Furlatt, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen-Andy McElman, Dan Schachte.
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At Ottawa
Montreal 1 1 1-3
Ottawa 0 0 0-0
First Period-1, Montreal, Kovalev 35 (Ryder, Brisebois), 9:24 (pp). Penalties-Phillips, Ott (cross-checking), 2:50; S.Kostitsyn, Mon (interference), 4:08; Ottawa bench, served by Neil (too many men), 7:39; Phillips, Ott (cross-checking), 7:50; Commodore, Ott (holding), 13:35; Ryder, Mon (hooking), 14:20; Markov, Mon, major (fighting), 19:50; Spezza, Ott, major (fighting), 19:50.
Second Period-2, Montreal, Dandenault 9 (Latendresse, Lapierre), 5:28. Penalties-Lee, Ott (hooking), 1:32; Ryder, Mon (elbowing), 2:20; Kostopoulos, Mon (roughing), 15:56; S.Kostitsyn, Mon (roughing), 19:37; Neil, Ott (roughing), 19:37.
Third Period-3, Montreal, A.Kostitsyn 26 (Kovalev, Streit), 11:22 (pp). Penalties-Higgins, Mon (roughing), 6:49; Neil, Ott (roughing), 6:49; Gorges, Mon (interference), 7:48; Robitaille, Ott (holding), 10:27; S.Kostitsyn, Mon (holding stick), 13:17; Neil, Ott, misconduct, 16:10; Latendresse, Mon (tripping), 17:54; Streit, Mon (hooking), 19:57.
Shots on Goal-Montreal 11-7-9-27. Ottawa 6-10-16-32.
Power-play opportunities-Montreal 2 of 6; Ottawa 0 of 8.
Goalies-Montreal, Price 22-12-3 (32 shots-32 saves). Ottawa, Gerber 29-17-4 (27-24).
A-20,326 (19,153). T-2:32.
Referees-Tom Kowal, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen-Michel Cormier, Brad Kovachik.
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At Toronto
Buffalo 0 1 2 0-4
Toronto 2 0 1 0-3
Buffalo won shootout 2-1
First Period-1, Toronto, Tucker 18 (Kubina, Bell), :31. 2, Toronto, Kaberle 8 (Blake, Tucker), 19:03 (pp). Penalty-Pratt, Buf (slashing), 17:31.
Second Period-3, Buffalo, Roy 32 (Afinogenov), 4:22. Penalty-Kaberle, Tor (interference), 13:03.
Third Period-4, Buffalo, Bernier 16 (Mair, Paetsch), 9:18. 5, Toronto, Steen 15 (Ponikarovsky, Stralman), 12:03. 6, Buffalo, Vanek 33 (Sekera, Pominville), 14:39 (pp). Penalty-McCabe, Tor (interference), 14:07.
Overtime-None. Penalty-Kubina, Tor (cross-checking), 2:23.
Shootout-Toronto 1 (Kaberle G, Steen NG, Tlusty NG, Kubina NG, Williams NG, Pohl NG); Buffalo 2 (Kotalik G, Pominville NG, Roy NG, Stafford NG, Vanek NG, Afinogenov NG).
Shots on Goal-Buffalo 11-16-11-3-41. Toronto 5-6-10-1-22.
Power-play opportunities-Buffalo 1 of 3; Toronto 1 of 1.
Goalies-Buffalo, Miller 36-26-10 (22 shots-19 saves). Toronto, Raycroft 2-8-5 (41-38).
A-19,288 (18,819). T-2:43.
Referees-Mike Leggo, Greg Kimmerly. Linesmen-Greg Devorski, Steve Miller.
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At St. Louis
Nashville 0 1 2 1-4
St. Louis 3 0 0 0-3
First Period-1, St. Louis, McDonald 18 (Perron, Backes), 1:40. 2, St. Louis, Mayers 12 (Jackman, E.Johnson), 4:50. 3, St. Louis, Perron 12 (McDonald, Backes), 6:46. Penalties-None.
Second Period-4, Nashville, Bochenski 3 (Peverley, Tootoo), 6:06. Penalty-McKee, StL (hooking), 17:24.
Third Period-5, Nashville, Tootoo 11 (Zidlicky, Bochenski), 1:53. 6, Nashville, Fiddler 11, 13:28. Penalties-Hamhuis, Nas (interference), 18:00; P.Kariya, StL (diving), 18:00.
Overtime-7, Nashville, Peverley 4 (Hlavac, Suter), 1:43. Penalties-None.
Shots on Goal-Nashville 8-5-12-1-26. St. Louis 10-3-3-1-17.
Power-play opportunities-Nashville 0 of 1; St. Louis 0 of 0.
Goalies-Nashville, Ellis (7 shots-4 saves), Mason 18-21-6 (6:46 first, 10-10). St. Louis, Legace (8-8), Toivonen 5-9-5 (20:00 second, 18-14).
A-17,357 (19,022). T-2:26.
Referees-Dennis LaRue, Wes McCauley. Linesmen-David Brisebois, Don Henderson.
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At Edmonton, Alberta
Calgary 1 1 1-3
Edmonton 1 0 1-2
First Period-1, Edmonton, Glencross 14 (Brodziak, Staios), 10:22. 2, Calgary, Aucoin 10 (Nolan, Lombardi), 14:12 (pp). Penalties-Stoll, Edm (holding stick), 3:57; Pisani, Edm (holding stick), 13:21; Phaneuf, Cal (hooking), 19:52.
Second Period-3, Calgary, Tanguay 17 (Eriksson, Phaneuf), 19:57. Penalties-Moss, Cal (hooking), 6:01; Stoll, Edm (tripping), 16:41.
Third Period-4, Edmonton, Glencross 15 (Brodziak), 13:17. 5, Calgary, Nolan 16 (Lombardi, Phaneuf), 16:16. Penalty-Primeau, Cal (slashing), 10:20.
Shots on Goal-Calgary 4-9-4-17. Edmonton 6-7-17-30.
Power-play opportunities-Calgary 1 of 3; Edmonton 0 of 3.
Goalies-Calgary, Kiprusoff 39-25-10 (30 shots-28 saves). Edmonton, Roloson 14-17-5 (17-14).
A-16,839 (16,839). T-2:20.
Referees-Chris Rooney, Ian Walsh. Linesmen-Brad Lazarowich, Jay Sharrers.
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At Vancouver, British Columbia
Colorado 0 3 1-4
Vancouver 1 1 0-2
First Period-1, Vancouver, Mitchell 2 (Linden, D.Sedin), 8:24. Penalties-Isbister, Van (holding), 1:22; Finger, Col (hooking), 15:58.
Second Period-2, Vancouver, Kesler 21 (H.Sedin, Naslund), 5:50 (pp). 3, Colorado, Liles 6 (Sakic, Hejduk), 9:13 (pp). 4, Colorado, Hejduk 28 (Forsberg), 13:57. 5, Colorado, Wolski 18 (Sakic, Brunette), 14:32. Penalties-Forsberg, Col (interference), 4:04; Salo, Van (holding), 7:35; Smyth, Col (interference), 14:52; Bieksa, Van (tripping), 19:56.
Third Period-6, Colorado, Forsberg 1 (Brunette), 4:53. Penalties-Smyth, Col (tripping), 2:12; Hejduk, Col (tripping), 16:00.
Shots on Goal-Colorado 5-11-4-20. Vancouver 7-12-10-29.
Power-play opportunities-Colorado 1 of 3; Vancouver 1 of 5.
Goalies-Colorado, Theodore 27-21-3 (29 shots-27 saves). Vancouver, Luongo 35-27-9 (20-16).
A-18,630 (18,630). T-2:17.
Referees-Kevin Pollock, Mick McGeough. Linesmen-Lonnie Cameron, Brian Mach.
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At San Jose, Calif.
Los Angeles 0 2 0-2
San Jose 1 2 2-5
First Period-1, San Jose, Grier 9 (Rissmiller, McLaren), 19:49. Penalties-Shelley, SJ, major (fighting), 6:42; Ivanans, LA, major (fighting), 6:42; Blake, LA (holding), 12:45.
Second Period-2, Los Angeles, O'Sullivan 21, :57 (sh). 3, San Jose, Marleau 18 (Roenick, Campbell), 2:03 (pp). 4, Los Angeles, Ivanans 5 (Frolov, Armstrong), 6:56. 5, San Jose, Michalek 24 (Thornton, Clowe), 14:06. Penalties-Ellis, LA (slashing), :31; Handzus, LA (hooking), 10:08; McLaren, SJ (tripping), 16:25; Blake, LA (interference), 19:07.
Third Period-6, San Jose, C.Brown 5 (Shelley), 16:30. 7, San Jose, Campbell 8 (Carle, Marleau), 18:59 (pp). Penalties-Willsie, LA (high-sticking) 10:14; Armstrong, LA (roughing), 17:03; Ivanans, LA (roughing), 17:03; Los Angeles bench, served by Willsie (unsportsmanlike conduct), 17:03; Shelley, SJ (roughing), 17:03.
Shots on Goal-Los Angeles 3-9-6-18. San Jose 13-9-12-34.
Power-play opportunities-Los Angeles 0 of 1; San Jose 2 of 8.
Goalies-Los Angeles, Ersberg 5-5-3 (34 shots-29 saves). San Jose, Nabokov 46-20-8 (18-16).
A-17,496 (17,496). T-2:18.
Referees-Gord Dwyer, Brad Meier. Linesmen-Mike Cvik, Ryan Galloway.

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