At Raleigh, N.C.
Washington 1 0 2-3
Carolina 1 2 1-4
First Period-1, Washington, Ovechkin 18 (Nylander), 2:35 (pp). 2, Carolina, Stillman 13 (Staal, Walker), 9:50. Penalties-Walker, Car (hooking), 2:33; Nylander, Was (hooking), 4:58; Steckel, Was (hooking), 10:22; LaRose, Car (hooking), 13:02; Poti, Was (delay of game), 17:20.
Second Period-3, Carolina, Cullen 6 (Whitney, Wesley), 5:46. 4, Carolina, Brind'Amour 12 (Gleason, Ladd), 14:01. Penalties-Hedican, Car (roughing), 2:10; Williams, Car (high-sticking), 7:12; Gleason, Car (tripping), 19:50.
Third Period-5, Washington, Ovechkin 19 (Semin), :32 (pp). 6, Carolina, Brind'Amour 13, 3:47. 7, Washington, Nylander 7 (Kozlov, Ovechkin), 15:53. Penalties-Semin, Was (hooking), 5:21; Staal, Car (tripping), 10:21; Green, Was (high-sticking), 11:38; Williams, Car (delay of game), 18:27.
Missed Penalty Shot-LaRose, Car, 15:12 first.
Shots on Goal-Washington 8-10-16-34. Carolina 4-10-5-19.
Power-play opportunities-Washington 2 of 7; Carolina 0 of 5.
Goalies-Washington, Kolzig 7-12-1 (19 shots-15 saves). Carolina, Ward 12-6-2 (34-31).
A-16,386 (18,730). T-2:32.
Referees-Don Koharski, Dean Warren. Linesmen-Steve Barton, Brian Mach.
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At Newark, N.J.
Montreal 0 0 0-0
New Jersey 1 1 2-4
First Period-1, New Jersey, Parise 10, 19:25. Penalties-Rachunek, NJ (hooking), :22; Zubrus, NJ (holding stick), 3:44; Rachunek, NJ (tripping), 9:30; Hamrlik, Mon (tripping), 15:17.
Second Period-2, New Jersey, Parise 11 (Gionta, Zajac), 13:10 (pp). Penalties-Langenbrunner, NJ (tripping), 10:05; Koivu, Mon (goalie interference), 11:41.
Third Period-3, New Jersey, Parise 12 (Langenbrunner, Martin), 6:22 (pp). 4, New Jersey, Gionta 9 (Parise, Langenbrunner), 7:49 (pp). Penalties-Latendresse, Mon, double minor (high-sticking), 5:48; Chipchura, Mon, double minor (high-sticking), 5:48; Langenbrunner, NJ (holding), 11:20.
Shots on Goal-Montreal 16-5-6-27. New Jersey 9-10-10-29.
Power-play opportunities-Montreal 0 of 5; New Jersey 3 of 4.
Goalies-Montreal, Price 6-3-1 (29 shots-25 saves). New Jersey, Brodeur 11-10-1 (27-27).
A-15,081 (17,625). T-2:14.
Referees-Mick McGeough, Brad Watson. Linesmen-Shane Heyer, Jonny Murray.
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At Pittsburgh
Dallas 0 1 0-1
Pittsburgh 2 1 1-4
First Period-1, Pittsburgh, Crosby 13 (Armstrong, Orpik), :24. 2, Pittsburgh, Kennedy 3 (Staal, Roberts), 3:38. Penalties-Barch, Dal, major (fighting), 1:53; Laraque, Pit, major (fighting), 1:53; Scuderi, Pit (hooking), 5:23.
Second Period-3, Dallas, Ribeiro 10 (Ott, Boucher), 5:31. 4, Pittsburgh, Crosby 14 (Sydor, Armstrong), 8:34. Penalty-Crosby, Pit (hooking), 17:27.
Third Period-5, Pittsburgh, Malkin 10 (Sykora), 14:28. Penalties-Staal, Pit (hooking), 10:50; Ott, Dal (holding stick), 16:38; Grossman, Dal (cross-checking), 18:34.
Shots on Goal-Dallas 9-8-6-23. Pittsburgh 10-8-10-28.
Power-play opportunities-Dallas 0 of 3; Pittsburgh 0 of 2.
Goalies-Dallas, Smith 6-4-0 (28 shots-24 saves). Pittsburgh, Fleury 7-8-1 (23-22).
A-17,132 (16,940). T-2:18.
Referees-Bill McCreary, Ian Walsh. Linesmen-Vaughan Rody, Scott Cherrey.
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At St. Paul, Minn.
St. Louis 0 2 0 0-2
Minnesota 1 1 0 1-3
First Period-1, Minnesota, Burns 6 (Rolston, Demitra), 10:05 (pp). Penalties-Bouchard, Min (delay of game), 4:19; Legace, StL, served by Boyes (delay of game), 8:42; R.Johnson, StL (interference), 9:35; Fedoruk, Min (holding), 16:58.
Second Period-2, Minnesota, Rolston 8 (Belanger, Skoula), :09. 3, St. Louis, Stempniak 2 (Salvador, Brewer), 5:22. 4, St. Louis, Boyes 15 (Kariya, E.Johnson), 11:18. Penalty-Skoula, Min (hooking), 12:53.
Third Period-None. Penalties-E.Johnson, StL (hooking), 2:30; Fedoruk, Min (holding), 5:56; Brewer, StL (tripping), 15:05.
Overtime-5, Minnesota, Gaborik 10, 2:21. Penalties-None.
Shots on Goal-St. Louis 6-6-9-3-24. Minnesota 9-8-8-1-26.
Power-play opportunities-St. Louis 0 of 4; Minnesota 1 of 4.
Goalies-St. Louis, Legace 11-6-1 (26 shots-23 saves). Minnesota, Backstrom 11-4-1 (24-22).
A-18,568 (18,064). T-2:24.
Referees-Mike Hasenfratz, Dennis LaRue. Linesmen-Brad Lazarowich, Pierre Racicot.
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At Chicago
Phoenix 0 0 1-1
Chicago 5 1 0-6
First Period-1, Chicago, Ruutu 4 (Havlat), 1:15. 2, Chicago, Toews 10 (Sharp, Sopel), 3:57. 3, Chicago, Byfuglien 4 (Samsonov, Perreault), 5:01. 4, Chicago, Byfuglien 5 (Kane, Toews), 10:14 (pp). 5, Chicago, Byfuglien 6 (Kane, Toews), 10:30 (pp). Penalties-Zyuzin, Chi (hooking), 7:23; Carcillo, Pho, double minor (high-sticking), 9:02; Boynton, Pho (tripping), 9:41; Carcillo, Pho, major (fighting), 13:56; Fraser, Chi, major (fighting), 13:56; Boynton, Pho (slashing), 18:01.
Second Period-6, Chicago, Ruutu 5 (Vandermeer, Byfuglien), 8:10. Penalties-Byfuglien, Chi (high-sticking), :52; Seabrook, Chi (interference), 2:09; Reinprecht, Pho (tripping), 9:14; Koci, Chi (high-sticking), 12:45; Byfuglien, Chi (interference), 16:16; Carcillo, Pho, double minor-misconduct (interference, unsportsmanlike conduct), 17:03.
Third Period-7, Phoenix, Mueller 7, 12:03. Penalties-Ballard, Pho (holding), 15:43; Zyuzin, Chi (holding), 15:43; Tjarnqvist, Pho (tripping), 18:30.
Shots on Goal-Phoenix 7-11-11-29. Chicago 13-9-5-27.
Power-play opportunities-Phoenix 0 of 5; Chicago 2 of 8.
Goalies-Phoenix, Bryzgalov 6-5-1 (7 shots-2 saves), Tellqvist (10:30 first, 20-19). Chicago, Khabibulin 10-6-2 (29-28).
A-16,234 (20,500). T-2:25.
Referees-Mike Leggo, Dan Marouelli. Linesmen-David Brisebois, Lyle Seitz.
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At Edmonton, Alberta
Anaheim 1 0 0-1
Edmonton 1 2 2-5
First Period-1, Edmonton, Hemsky 9 (Horcoff, Stoll), 2:12 (pp). 2, Anaheim, Getzlaf 11 (Kunitz), 7:03. Penalties-O'Donnell, Ana (cross-checking), 1:11; R.Niedermayer, Ana (hooking), 8:17; Perry, Ana (slashing), 15:28.
Second Period-3, Edmonton, Horcoff 11 (Penner, Stoll), 19:23. 4, Edmonton, Brodziak 5 (Reasoner, Torres), 19:49. Penalties-Getzlaf, Ana (cross-checking), 5:21; Horcoff, Edm (interference), 10:57; Reasoner, Edm (hooking), 11:35; Pitkanen, Edm (cross-checking), 13:37; Stoll, Edm (holding), 16:48.
Third Period-5, Edmonton, Cogliano 6 (Gilbert), 1:33. 6, Edmonton, Staios 3 (Nilsson, Horcoff), 6:49. Penalties-Getzlaf, Ana (boarding), 7:04; Sutherby, Ana (roughing), 7:04; Stortini, Edm (roughing), 7:04; Schneider, Ana (hooking), 8:53; Reasoner, Edm (holding), 10:29; Hnidy, Ana (roughing), 13:22; Parros, Ana, misconduct, 13:22; Moen, Ana (roughing), 14:26.
Shots on Goal-Anaheim 6-15-1-22. Edmonton 11-10-14-35.
Power-play opportunities-Anaheim 0 of 5; Edmonton 1 of 8.
Goalies-Anaheim, Giguere 9-7-2 (23 shots-19 saves), Hiller (1:33 third, 12-11). Edmonton, Roloson 6-10-1 (22-21).
A-16,839 (16,839). T-2:31.
Referees-Kerry Fraser, Steve Kozari. Linesmen-Jean Morin, Don Henderson.
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At San Jose, Calif.
Colorado 0 2 0-2
San Jose 1 2 0-3
First Period-1, San Jose, Thornton 10 (Michalek), 1:52 (pp). Penalties-Hlinka, Col (holding), :46; Roenick, SJ (high-sticking), 3:17; McLaren, SJ (tripping), 4:13; Stastny, Col (tripping), 7:36.
Second Period-2, San Jose, Thornton 11 (Michalek, Ozolinsh), 4:42 (pp). 3, Colorado, Hejduk 8 (Stastny, Hannan), 16:25 (sh). 4, San Jose, Grier 3 (Thornton, McLaren), 18:02. 5, Colorado, Brunette 4 (Stastny, Sakic), 19:31 (pp). Penalties-Sakic, Col (slashing), 4:16; Rissmiller, SJ (closing hand on puck), 4:50; Finger, Col (hooking), 15:39; Ehrhoff, SJ (interference), 19:23.
Third Period-None. Penalties-Wolski, Col (roughing), 8:32; Rissmiller, SJ (roughing), 8:32; Ehrhoff, SJ (interference), 15:06; Clark, Col (tripping), 15:48.
Shots on Goal-Colorado 7-7-6-20. San Jose 10-13-6-29.
Power-play opportunities-Colorado 1 of 5; San Jose 2 of 5.
Goalies-Colorado, Budaj 9-5-0 (29 shots-26 saves). San Jose, Nabokov 12-8-4 (20-18).
A-17,496 (17,496). T-2:21.
Referees-Brad Meier, Dan O'Rourke. Linesmen-Darren Gibbs, Mark Wheler.
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