At Buffalo, N.Y.
N.Y. Islanders 0 0 3-3
Buffalo 1 2 1-4
First Period-1, Buffalo, Stafford 1 (Connolly, Mair), 15:04. Penalties-Tallinder, Buf (tripping), 5:58; Kalinin, Buf (hooking), 17:07.
Second Period-2, Buffalo, Pominville 2 (Briere), :39. 3, Buffalo, Roy 1 (Kotalik, Afinogenov), 11:29. Penalties-N.Y. Islanders bench, served by Robitaille (too many men), 1:27; Mair, Buf (hooking), 5:54; Spacek, Buf (holding), 8:42; Bergeron, NYI (tripping), 12:04; Robitaille, NYI (tripping), 15:12.
Third Period-4, N.Y. Islanders, Satan 1 (Campoli, Blake), 4:22. 5, Buffalo, Afinogenov 1 (Vanek), 6:38. 6, N.Y. Islanders, Hunter 3 (Gervais, Smyth), 9:43. 7, N.Y. Islanders, Campoli 1 (Park, Satan), 13:07. Penalty-Zednik, NYI (holding stick), 1:15.
Shots on Goal-N.Y. Islanders 9-6-18-33. Buffalo 8-14-5-27.
Power-play opportunities-N.Y. Islanders 0 of 4; Buffalo 0 of 4.
Goalies-N.Y. Islanders, DiPietro 1-3 (27 shots-23 saves). Buffalo, Miller 4-1 (33-30).
A-18,690 (18,690). T-2:19.
Referees-Mike Hasenfratz, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen-Mike Cvik, Brian Murphy.
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At East Rutherford, N.J.
Tampa Bay 0 0 0-0
New Jersey 1 1 1-3
First Period-1, New Jersey, Greene 1 (Rupp, Gomez), 12:46. Penalties-Oduya, NJ (hooking), 2:19; Perrin, TB (cross-checking), 7:09; Ward, TB (holding), 14:52.
Second Period-2, New Jersey, Gionta 3 (Gomez, Rafalski), 9:59. Penalties-Martin, NJ (holding), 15:44; St. Louis, TB (high-sticking), 17:18.
Third Period-3, New Jersey, Gomez 2 (Elias), 18:13 (en). Penalties-Greene, NJ (tripping), 3:36; Roy, TB, major-game misconduct (fighting), 18:27; Rupp, NJ, major (fighting), 18:27; Karlsson, TB, misconduct, 19:01; Craig, TB (roughing), 19:01; Pratt, TB, major (fighting), 19:01; Langenbrunner, NJ, major (fighting), 19:01; Craig, TB, misconduct, 20:00; Rasmussen, NJ, misconduct, 20:00.
Shots on Goal-Tampa Bay 8-14-9-31. New Jersey 5-7-2-14.
Power-play opportunities-Tampa Bay 0 of 3; New Jersey 0 of 5.
Goalies-Tampa Bay, Holmqvist 2-3 (13 shots-11 saves). New Jersey, Brodeur 3-2 (31-31).
A-18,096 (19,040). T-2:20.
Referees-Tim Peel, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen-Derek Amell, Tim Nowak.
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At Nashville, Tenn.
San Jose 1 1 1-3
Nashville 0 2 0-2
First Period-1, San Jose, Clowe 3 (Bernier, Goc), 8:21. Penalties-Forsberg, Nas (boarding), 5:05; Hartnell, Nas (roughing), 20:00.
Second Period-2, Nashville, Arnott 2 (Weber, Timonen), 3:47 (pp). 3, Nashville, Fiddler 1 (Forsberg, Zanon), 4:26. 4, San Jose, Marleau 2 (Guerin, Rivet), 17:46 (pp). Penalties-Rivet, SJ (roughing), 3:06; Radulov, Nas (holding), 6:29; Vokoun, Nas, served by Nichol (slashing), 7:51; Ehrhoff, SJ (interference), 14:58; Nichol, Nas, major-game misconduct (spearing), 14:58.
Third Period-5, San Jose, Marleau 3 (Thornton, Hannan), 15:39. Penalties-McLaren, SJ (holding), :42; Hamhuis, Nas (tripping), 3:10; Brown, SJ (tripping), 9:28; Suter, Nas (interference), 9:28; McLaren, SJ (tripping), 10:02; Rivet, SJ, double minor (interference, holding), 19:35; Forsberg, Nas (holding), 19:35.
Shots on Goal-San Jose 14-17-6-37. Nashville 8-9-7-24.
Power-play opportunities-San Jose 1 of 7; Nashville 1 of 4.
Goalies-San Jose, Nabokov 4-1 (24 shots-22 saves). Nashville, Vokoun 1-4 (37-34).
A-17,113 (17,113). T-2:29.
Referees-Mike Leggo, Rob Shick. Linesmen-Steve Barton, Jean Morin.

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