At Toronto
Boston 0 1 3-4
Toronto 1 1 0-2
First Period-1, Toronto, McCabe 4 (Antropov, Kaberle), 15:10 (pp). Penalties-Sundin, Tor (hooking), 9:35; Reich, Bos (tripping), 13:51; Lucic, Bos (charging), 18:27.
Second Period-2, Toronto, Sundin 11 (Steen, Kaberle), 15:36. 3, Boston, Kessel 7 (Kobasew, Schaefer), 19:12 (pp). Penalties-Boston bench, served by Kessel (too many men), 9:16; Ward, Bos (delay of game), 11:39; Antropov, Tor (holding), 18:08.
Third Period-4, Boston, Axelsson 1 (Savard, Murray), 9:52. 5, Boston, Kobasew 8 (Chara, Sturm), 16:29. 6, Boston, Kobasew 9 (Sturm, Metropolit), 19:33 (en). Penalties-None.
Shots on Goal-Boston 7-8-10-25. Toronto 13-9-10-32.
Power-play opportunities-Boston 1 of 2; Toronto 1 of 4.
Goalies-Boston, Rask 1-0-0 (32 shots-30 saves). Toronto, Toskala 6-7-2 (24-21).
A-19,441 (18,800). T-2:25.
Referees-Mike Leggo, Brad Meier. Linesmen-Don Henderson, Tim Nowak.
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At Edmonton, Alberta
Vancouver 1 2 1 0-4
Edmonton 3 0 1 0-5
Edmonton won shootout 2-1
First Period-1, Edmonton, Gilbert 3 (Sanderson, Cogliano), 2:35 (pp). 2, Edmonton, Reasoner 1 (Brodziak, Staios), 14:32. 3, Vancouver, Burrows 3, 18:42 (sh). 4, Edmonton, Horcoff 8 (Hemsky, Gilbert), 19:47 (pp). Penalties-Krajicek, Van (holding), 2:18; Morrison, Van (goalie interference), 18:12.
Second Period-5, Vancouver, Isbister 2 (Kesler, Mitchell), :44. 6, Vancouver, Edler 1 (Naslund, H.Sedin), 15:45. Penalties-Mitchell, Van (delay of game), 4:13; Krajicek, Van (interference), 10:03; Weaver, Van (hooking), 10:52; Mitchell, Van (high-sticking), 17:24.
Third Period-7, Vancouver, Naslund 7 (Morrison, Edler), 7:34 (pp). 8, Edmonton, Penner 4 (Horcoff, Hemsky), 8:20 (pp). Penalties-Tarnstrom, Edm (holding), 3:28; Torres, Edm (roughing), 6:31; Isbister, Van (delay of game), 8:14; Stoll, Edm (hooking), 10:54; Torres, Edm (tripping), 13:04; Edler, Van (hooking), 17:52.
Overtime-None. Penalties-None.
Shootout-Vancouver 1 (Morrison NG, Linden G, Kesler NG, Naslund NG, Isbister NG). Edmonton 2 (Gagner NG, Sanderson NG, Hemsky G, Stoll NG, Horcoff G).
Shots on Goal-Vancouver 7-4-9-4-24. Edmonton 11-14-3-1-29.
Power-play opportunities-Vancouver 1 of 4; Edmonton 3 of 8.
Goalies-Vancouver, Luongo 9-8-2 (29 shots-25 saves). Edmonton, Garon 5-3-0 (24-20).
A-16,839 (16,839). T-2:41.
Referees-Marc Joannette, Bill McCreary. Linesmen-Scott Cherrey, Mark Wheler.
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At Calgary, Alberta
Colorado 0 1 0-1
Calgary 0 2 2-4
First Period-None. Penalties-Regehr, Cal (high-sticking), :34; Warrener, Cal (tripping), 11:29; Godard, Cal, major (fighting), 13:38; McCormick, Col, major (fighting), 13:38; Phaneuf, Cal (tripping), 15:29.
Second Period-1, Colorado, Svatos 8 (Stastny, Cumiskey), 1:54. 2, Calgary, Nolan 3 (Conroy, Warrener), 2:02. 3, Calgary, Iginla 12 (Lombardi, Regehr), 9:04. Penalties-Skrastins, Col (holding), 5:44; Colorado bench, served by McCormick (too many men), 10:49; Calgary bench, served by Moss (too many men), 15:44.
Third Period-4, Calgary, Moss 1 (Huselius, Langkow), 15:51. 5, Calgary, Nolan 4 (Nystrom, Conroy), 19:25 (en). Penalty-Conroy, Cal (cross-checking), 11:57.
Shots on Goal-Colorado 9-3-9-21. Calgary 3-5-7-15.
Power-play opportunities-Colorado 0 of 5; Calgary 0 of 2.
Goalies-Colorado, Theodore 4-4-1 (14 shots-11 saves). Calgary, Kiprusoff 9-9-3 (21-20).
A-19,289 (19,289). T-2:13.
Referees-Dennis LaRue, Wes McCauley. Linesmen-Mike Cvik, Greg Devorski.
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