At Newark, N.J.
Atlanta 1 0 1 0-2
New Jersey 1 1 0 0-3
New Jersey won shootout 1-0
First Period-1, Atlanta, T.White 6 (Enstrom, Hossa), 14:51 (pp). 2, New Jersey, Brylin 3 (Martin, Madden), 19:09. Penalty-Clarkson, NJ (interference), 13:11.
Second Period-3, New Jersey, Madden 7 (Rachunek, Brylin), 15:46. Penalties-Kovalchuk, Atl (hooking), :06; Hedberg, Atl (delay of game), 4:42; Elias, NJ (hooking), 5:30; Hossa, Atl (tripping), 13:32; Holik, Atl (hooking), 19:28.
Third Period-4, Atlanta, Kovalchuk 22 (Little, Haydar), 9:34. Penalty-Thorburn, Atl (hooking), 11:48.
Overtime-None. Penalties-None.
Shootout-Atlanta 0 (Kozlov NG, Hossa NG, Kovalchuk NG), New Jersey 1 (Z.Parise NG, Gionta G).
Shots on Goal-Atlanta 9-3-9-4-25. New Jersey 9-12-11-4-36.
Power-play opportunities-Atlanta 1 of 2; New Jersey 0 of 5.
Goalies-Atlanta, Hedberg 8-6-1 (36 shots-34 saves). New Jersey, Brodeur 12-10-1 (25-23).
A-14,978 (17,625). T-2:30.
Referees-Mick McGeough, Brad Watson. Linesmen-Derek Nansen, Jay Sharrers.
At St. Paul, Minn.
Vancouver 0 1 0-1
Minnesota 1 1 0-2
First Period-1, Minnesota, Belanger 6 (Hill, Rolston), 16:38 (pp). Penalties-Cowan, Van, major (fighting), :03; Voros, Min, major (fighting), :03; Krajicek, Van (holding), 2:24; Mitchell, Van (hooking), 14:08; Ohlund, Van (hooking), 15:46; Ritchie, Van (unsportsmanlike conduct), 17:49; Cowan, Van (instigator, misconduct, fighting), 17:49; Foy, Min (goaltender interference, fighting), 17:49; Voros, Min (unsportsmanlike conduct), 17:49; Ohlund, Van (holding), 17:59.
Second Period-2, Vancouver, Brown 1 (Krajicek, Pyatt), 5:37. 3, Minnesota, Voros 4 (Gaborik), 16:45. Penalties-Voros, Min (high-sticking), 9:14; Minnesota bench, served by Fedoruk (too many men), 12:31.
Third Period-None. Penalties-Krajicek, Van (holding stick), 3:46; Vancouver bench, served by Isbister (too many men), 9:14; Burrows, Van, minor-misconduct (high-sticking), 11:24.
Shots on Goal-Vancouver 4-9-7-20. Minnesota 12-8-10-30.
Power-play opportunities-Vancouver 0 of 2; Minnesota 1 of 7.
Goalies-Vancouver, Luongo 12-10-2 (30 shots-28 saves). Minnesota, Backstrom 12-4-1 (20-19).
A-18,568 (18,064). T-2:24.
Referees-Tom Kowal, Chris Rooney. Linesmen-Vaughan Rody, Lyle Seitz.
At Anaheim, Calif.
Edmonton 2 2 0-4
Anaheim 0 0 0-0
First Period-1, Edmonton, Torres 5 (Stortini, Stoll), 9:29. 2, Edmonton, Penner 5 (Nilsson, Cogliano), 18:25 (pp). Penalties-Perry, Ana (goalie interference), 5:57; Getzlaf, Ana (cross-checking), 10:32; Brodziak, Edm (holding), 13:03; Perry, Ana (hooking), 17:03.
Second Period-3, Edmonton, Pitkanen 2 (Horcoff, Stoll), 7:15 (pp). 4, Edmonton, Gilbert 4 (Gagner, Horcoff), 9:19. Penalties-Bertuzzi, Ana (interference), 5:52; Grebeshkov, Edm (interference), 12:03; Gilbert, Edm (tripping), 13:23.
Third Period-None. Penalties-Pitkanen, Edm (interference), :37; Bertuzzi, Ana (tripping), 14:07; Parros, Ana, misconduct, 18:02.
Shots on Goal-Edmonton 10-6-5-21. Anaheim 4-14-7-25.
Power-play opportunities-Edmonton 2 of 5; Anaheim 0 of 4.
Goalies-Edmonton, Garon 6-4-0 (25 shots-25 saves). Anaheim, Giguere 9-8-2 (21-17).
A-17,174 (17,174). T-2:15.
Referees-Paul Devorski, Rob Martell. Linesmen-Derek Arnell, Pat Dapuzzo.

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