At Raleigh, N.C.
Vancouver 0 0 1-1
Carolina 0 1 2-3
First Period-None. Penalties-Weaver, Van (hooking), :50; Kesler, Van (high-sticking), 5:50; Mitchell, Van (hooking), 8:54; Commodore, Car (cross-checking), 17:41.
Second Period-1, Carolina, Stillman 3 (Whitney, Cullen), 5:07 (pp). Penalties-Cooke, Van (roughing), 4:39; Bieksa, Van, major (fighting), 4:39; Adams, Car, major (fighting), 4:39; Hedican, Car (high-sticking), 14:00; Rypien, Van, minor-major (roughing, fighting), 17:44;
Commodore, Car, major (fighting), 17:44.
Third Period-2, Carolina, LaRose 2 (Brind'Amour), 7:01. 3, Vancouver, Morrison 4 (Isbister), 13:19. 4, Carolina, Whitney 3 (Brind'Amour), 19:27 (pp). Penalties-Gleason, Car (delay of game), 2:03; Isbister, Van, major (fighting), 5:01; Gleason, Car, major (fighting), 5:01; Vancouver bench, served by Raymond (too many men), 19:09.
Shots on Goal-Vancouver 6-8-6-20. Carolina 16-9-6-31.
Power-play opportunities-Vancouver 0 of 3; Carolina 2 of 6.
Goalies-Vancouver, Luongo 3-5-0 (31 shots-28 saves). Carolina, Ward 5-0-2 (20-19).
A-15,532 (18,730). T-2:24.
Referees-Wes McCauley, Don Koharski. Linesmen-Don Henderson, Tim Nowak.
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At Montreal
Boston 0 0 1-1
Montreal 1 2 3-6
First Period-1, Montreal, Higgins 3 (Komisarek, Koivu), 12:14. Penalties-Koivu, Mon (holding), 12:53; Savard, Bos (holding stick), 13:27; Kobasew, Bos (interference), 19:44.
Second Period-2, Montreal, Kovalev 4 (Plekanec), 6:28. 3, Montreal, Begin 1 (Kostopoulos, Hamrlik), 17:48. Penalties-Sturm, Bos (cross-checking), :50; Bouillon, Mon (holding), 11:58; Chara, Bos (cross-checking), 19:48.
Third Period-4, Montreal, Brisebois 1 (Plekanec, Kovalev), 1:45 (pp). 5, Boston, Wideman 1 (Schaefer, Savard), 6:41 (pp). 6, Montreal, Grabovski 1 (Smolinski, Dandenault), 9:34. 7, Montreal, Markov 3 (Koivu, Streit), 12:39 (pp). Penalties-Streit, Mon (holding), 5:18; Kobasew, Bos (holding), 11:04; Savard, Bos (roughing), 13:55; Ference, Bos (roughing), 13:55; Bouillon, Mon (roughing), 13:55; Savard, Bos (slashing), 19:03.
Shots on Goal-Boston 9-13-10-32. Montreal 8-6-6-20.
Power-play opportunities-Boston 1 of 3; Montreal 2 of 7.
Goalies-Boston, Fernandez 2-2-0 (20 shots-14 saves). Montreal, Huet 3-1-2 (32-31).
A-21,273 (21,273). T-2:17.
Referees-Dave Jackson, Steve Kozari. Linesmen-Lonnie Cameron, Jean Morin.
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At Calgary, Alberta
San Jose 1 2 1-4
Calgary 0 0 1-1
First Period-1, San Jose, Clowe 3 (Roenick, Thornton), 19:24 (pp). Penalties-Lombardi, Cal (holding stick), 18:25; Semenov, SJ, major (fighting), 19:29; Godard, Cal, major (fighting), 19:29; Yelle, Cal (tripping), 19:48.
Second Period-2, San Jose, Michalek 5, 7:16 (sh). 3, San Jose, Bernier 2 (Rivet, Carle), 16:22 (pp). Penalties-Mitchell, SJ (hooking), 6:14; Cheechoo, SJ (hooking), 11:20; Warrener, Cal (hooking), 14:40.
Third Period-4, San Jose, Michalek 6 (Roenick, Ehrhoff), 5:33. 5, Calgary, Langkow 8 (Huselius, Phaneuf), 17:27. Penalties-Semenov, SJ (hooking), 1:59; Murray, SJ, major (fighting), 6:33; Godard, Cal, minor-major-misconduct (instigator, fighting), 6:33; Clowe, SJ (hooking), 8:14; Pavelski, SJ (tripping), 20:00.
Shots on Goal-San Jose 12-7-1-20. Calgary 5-7-7-19.
Power-play opportunities-San Jose 2 of 4; Calgary 0 of 4.
Goalies-San Jose, Nabokov 5-3-1 (19 shots-18 saves). Calgary, Kiprusoff 4-3-2 (18-15), McElhinney (16:22 second, 2-1).
A-19,289 (19,289). T-2:18.
Referees-Eric Furlatt, Tom Kowal. Linesmen-Steve Miller, Tony Sericolo.
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