At Buffalo, N.Y.
St. Louis 1 1 1-3
Buffalo 3 0 1-4
First Period-1, Buffalo, Mair 3 (Gaustad, Lydman), 2:46. 2, Buffalo, Connolly 2 (Hecht, Tallinder), 4:55. 3, Buffalo, Pominville 5 (Connolly, Hecht), 5:18. 4, St. Louis, Perron 1 (Berglund, Stempniak), 14:07. Penalties-Koci, StL, major (fighting), 2:24; Peters, Buf, major (fighting), 2:24; Janssen, StL, major (fighting), 14:25; Peters, Buf, major (fighting), 14:25.
Second Period-5, St. Louis, Berglund 5 (Tkachuk, Perron), 3:27. Penalties-Pietrangelo, StL (hooking), :52; Koci, StL (unsportsmanlike conduct), 11:06; Mair, Buf (unsportsmanlike conduct), 11:06.
Third Period-6, Buffalo, Tallinder 1 (Paille, Mair), 3:34. 7, St. Louis, Stempniak 2 (Perron), 8:08. Penalties-McDonald, StL (goaltender interference), 5:09; Jackman, StL (delay of game), 9:55; MacArthur, Buf (interference), 11:56.
Shots on Goal-St. Louis 14-8-11-33. Buffalo 13-11-8-32.
Power-play opportunities-St. Louis 0 of 1; Buffalo 0 of 3.
Goalies-St. Louis, Legace (7 shots-4 saves), Mason 0-5-0 (5:19 first, 25-24). Buffalo, Miller 8-2-2 (33-30).
A-18,690 (18,690). T-2:29.
ey, Wes McCauley. Linesmen-Andy McElman, Greg Devorski.
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At Columbus, Ohio
Phoenix 1 1 3-5
Columbus 0 0 2-2
First Period-1, Phoenix, Reinprecht 2 (Yandle, Turris), 16:34. Penalties-Jokinen, Pho (illegal stick), 7:14; Voracek, Clm (high-sticking), 18:03; Mueller, Pho (hooking), 19:33.
Second Period-2, Phoenix, Doan 8 (Mueller), 7:41. Penalties-Commodore, Clm (interference), 5:34; Huselius, Clm, double minor (high-sticking), 17:14.
Third Period-3, Phoenix, Porter 2 (Yandle), 8:00. 4, Phoenix, Doan 9 (Jovanovski, Morris), 9:24. 5, Columbus, Nash 6 (Brassard, Tyutin), 11:30 (pp). 6, Columbus, Brassard 7 (Voracek, Chimera), 16:42. 7, Phoenix, Hanzal 1 (Doan, Sauer), 19:38 (en). Penalties-Tollefsen, Clm (cross-checking), 5:55; Fedoruk, Pho, major (fighting), 9:29; Boll, Clm, major (fighting), 9:29; Jovanovski, Pho, double minor (kneeing, roughing), 10:52; Chimera, Clm (roughing), 10:52; Jokinen, Pho (cross-checking), 19:09.
Shots on Goal-Phoenix 10-12-8-30. Columbus 12-12-9-33.
Power-play opportunities-Phoenix 0 of 5; Columbus 1 of 4.
Goalies-Phoenix, Bryzgalov 7-5-0 (33 shots-31 saves). Columbus, Mason 3-1-0 (29-25).
A-11,350 (18,144). T-2:24.
Referees-Eric Furlatt, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen-Mark Pare, Dan Schachte.
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At Raleigh, N.C.
Washington 3 1 1-5
Carolina 1 0 0-1
kin 4 (Semin), 5:11. 2, Washington, Semin 12 (Green, Backstrom), 10:32. 3, Carolina, Walker 2 (Pitkanen, Brind'Amour), 11:51 (pp). 4, Washington, Green 6 (Semin, Backstrom), 14:25 (pp). Penalties-Jurcina, Was (holding), 7:00; Jurcina, Was (delay of game), 11:46; Bayda, Car (hooking), 13:01; B.Gordon, Was (slashing), 16:02; Semin, Was (hooking), 16:44.
Second Period-5, Washington, Semin 13 (Ovechkin, Backstrom), 10:04. Penalties-Walker, Car (holding), 1:56; Semin, Was (hooking), 7:38; Jurcina, Was (roughing), 11:41; Wallin, Car (hooking), 16:36.
Third Period-6, Washington, Backstrom 1 (Ovechkin, Semin), 8:36. Penalties-Erskine, Was (tripping), 2:11; Corvo, Car (hooking), 2:36; Wallin, Car (hooking), 11:20.
Shots on Goal-Washington 15-7-15-37. Carolina 14-6-7-27.
Power-play opportunities-Washington 1 of 5; Carolina 1 of 7.
Goalies-Washington, Johnson 5-1-2 (14 shots-13 saves), Theodore (0:00 second, 13-13). Carolina, Leighton 4-2-0 (37-32).
A-14,261 (18,680). T-2:19.
Referees-Chris Lee, Brad Watson. Linesmen-David Brisebois, Mark Wheler.
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At Newark, N.J.
N.Y. Rangers 0 4 1-5
New Jersey 1 0 1-2
First Period-1, New Jersey, Zajac 2 (Mottau, Parise), 7:04. Penalties-Dubinsky, NYR (roughing), 7:04; Orr, NYR, double minor (high-sticking, roughing), 20:00; White, NJ (roughing), 20:00.
:45 (pp). 3, N.Y. Rangers, Drury 7 (Fritsche, Girardi), 9:24. 4, N.Y. Rangers, Korpikoski 1 (Fritsche, Dawes), 9:53. 5, N.Y. Rangers, Zherdev 6 (Drury, Redden), 15:50 (pp). Penalties-Rupp, NJ (hooking), 5:47; Salvador, NJ (cross-checking), 6:18; Langenbrunner, NJ (hooking), 14:27; Elias, NJ (hooking), 15:26; Orr, NYR, minor-misconduct (roughing), 19:20; Dubinsky, NYR, major (fighting), 19:20; Zubrus, NJ, major-game misconduct (fighting), 19:20.
Third Period-6, New Jersey, Langenbrunner 3 (Salmela, Zajac), 4:19 (pp). 7, N.Y. Rangers, Zherdev 7 (Girardi), 9:51. Penalties-Parise, NJ (hooking), 6:19; Rupp, NJ (unsportsmanlike conduct), 15:44; Dubinsky, NYR (slashing), 17:49.
Shots on Goal-N.Y. Rangers 5-20-17-42. New Jersey 13-9-10-32.
Power-play opportunities-N.Y. Rangers 2 of 6; New Jersey 1 of 4.
Goalies-N.Y. Rangers, Lundqvist 10-4-2 (32 shots-30 saves). New Jersey, Weekes 1-3-0 (25-21), Clemmensen (0:00 third, 17-16).
A-17,625 (17,625). T-2:20.
Referees-Gord Dwyer, Ian Walsh. Linesmen-Brad Kovachik, Steve Miller.
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At Sunrise, Fla.
Tampa Bay 0 0 0-0
Florida 1 2 1-4
First Period-1, Florida, McCabe 1 (Campbell, Olesz), 16:33. Penalties-None.
s (delay of game), 3:34; Krajicek, TB (hooking), 10:07; McLean, Fla (hooking), 11:36; Jokinen, TB (hooking), 15:34.
Third Period-4, Florida, Campbell 2 (Bouwmeester, Peltonen), 16:28. Penalties-Bouwmeester, Fla (hooking), 1:40; Artyukhin, TB (interference), 4:55; Lecavalier, TB (boarding), 8:41; Skrastins, Fla (interference), 11:18; Belak, Fla (hooking), 14:28; Craig, TB, major (fighting), 18:13; Boynton, Fla, major (fighting), 18:13.
Shots on Goal-Tampa Bay 4-9-11-24. Florida 8-15-8-31.
Power-play opportunities-Tampa Bay 0 of 5; Florida 2 of 6.
Goalies-Tampa Bay, M.Smith 4-4-3 (31 shots-27 saves). Florida, Anderson 3-1-1 (24-24).
A-12,104 (19,250). T-2:23.
Referees-Dean Morton, Don Van Massenhoven. Linesmen-Darren Gibbs, Jay Sharrers.
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At Chicago
Boston 0 1 0 0-2
Chicago 0 0 1 0-1
Boston won shootout 2-1
First Period-None. Penalties-Sturm, Bos (high-sticking), 5:21; Lucic, Bos (holding), 8:55; Thornton, Bos, minor-major (fighting, instigator, misconduct), 11:09; Byfuglien, Chi, major (fighting), 11:09; Chicago bench (too many men), 13:50; Stuart, Bos (tripping), 18:05.
ing), 17:29.
Third Period-2, Chicago, Toews 2 (Kane, Barker), 9:10 (pp). Penalties-Kobasew, Bos (hooking), 8:49; Brouwer, Chi (hooking), 11:44; Ryder, Bos (interference), 16:00.
Overtime-None. Penalties-Barker, Chi (hooking), :32.
Shootout-Boston 2 (Wheeler G, Kessel NG, Axelsson G), Chicago 1 (Toews NG, Kane G, Bolland NG).
Missed Penalty Shot-Sharp, Chi, 2:44 overtime.
Shots on Goal-Boston 6-14-11-8-39. Chicago 18-9-4-1-32.
Power-play opportunities-Boston 1 of 7; Chicago 1 of 7.
Goalies-Boston, Thomas 6-2-2 (32 shots-31 saves). Chicago, Khabibulin 4-1-3 (39-38).
A-22,092 (20,500). T-2:40.
Referees-Dan O'Rourke, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen-Scott Driscoll, Mark Shewchyk.
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At Vancouver, British Columbia
Colorado 0 0 1 0-2
Vancouver 0 1 0 0-1
Colorado won shootout 2-1
First Period-None. Penalty-Kesler, Van (holding stick), 1:34.
Second Period-1, Vancouver, Pyatt 2, 2:43. Penalties-Clark, Col (high-sticking), 3:56; Wolski, Col (interference), 8:53; Raymond, Van (tripping), 19:42.
Third Period-2, Colorado, Stastny 4 (Svatos, Wolski), 1:28 (pp). Penalties-Hensick, Col (delay of game), 6:34; Smyth, Col (hooking), 9:01; Ohlund, Van (delay of game), 13:43; Burrows, Van (delay of game), 14:42.
Overtime-None. Penalty-Edler, Van (hooking), 4:30.
r 1 (Wellwood NG, Pyatt NG, Burrows G).
Shots on Goal-Colorado 16-8-10-0-34. Vancouver 8-11-12-1-32.
Power-play opportunities-Colorado 1 of 4; Vancouver 0 of 4.
Goalies-Colorado, Budaj (32 shots-31 saves). Vancouver, Luongo (34-33).
A-18,630 (18,630). T-2:36.
Referees-Dennis LaRue, Tim Peel. Linesmen-Lonnie Cameron, Lyle Seitz.
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