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Tuesday's Scoreboard

Tuesday's Scoreboard
The Canadian Press

Tuesday's Scores


Calgary 6 New Jersey 3

Toronto 2 Buffalo 0

Ottawa 5 Pittsburgh 1

Vancouver 5 Tampa Bay 4 (SO)

Boston 5 Winnipeg 3

St. Louis 3 Montreal 0

N.Y. Islanders 5 Detroit 1

N.Y. Rangers 2 Phoenix 1 (SO)

Philadelphia 2 Carolina 1

Minnesota 5 San Jose 4 (SO)

Chicago 5 Columbus 2

Nashville 4 Colorado 1

Anaheim 5 Dallas 2



Toronto 4 St. John’s 2

Abbotsford 5 San Antonio 0

Canadian freestyle skier Burke in coma

Top Canadian freestyle skier Sarah Burke injured on superpipe, in coma
The Canadian Press

SALT LAKE CITY - Canadian freestyle skier Sarah Burke was in a coma after suffering a serious injury while training on a superpipe Tuesday.

Burke, a halfpipe pioneer who lobbied tirelessly to get her sport included in the Winter Olympics, was airlifted from Park City, Utah to a Salt Lake City hospital after crashing at the end of a training run.

Curtis Glencross leads Flames past Devils

Curtis Glencross has goal and three assists, Flames beat Devils 6-3
The Canadian Press

CALGARY - Curtis Glencross thought it was about time the Calgary Flames caught a couple of breaks.

Glencross had a goal and three assists and the Flames beat the New Jersey Devils 6-3 on Tuesday.

"Any time you can get some breaks and bounces go your way, it's kind of nice for a change," Glencross said. "We've been on the other hand of that. We'll take 'em when we can get 'em."

Son of Packers' co-ordinator found in river

Son of Green Bay Packers' offensive co-ordinator found dead in Wisconsin river
Todd Richmond, The Associated Press

OSHKOSH, Wis. - Police have recovered the body of Green Bay Packers offensive co-ordinator Joe Philbin's son from an icy Wisconsin river and said Tuesday that they were trying to figure out how he died.

Michael T. Philbin, 21, disappeared early Sunday and was reported missing that night. His body was recovered from the Fox River by divers on Monday, but Oshkosh Police Chief Scott Greuel waited a day to release the name out of respect for the family's privacy.

Raymond scores in SO, Canucks top Lightning

Mason Raymond scores lone shootout goal to lift Canucks over Lightning 5-4
The Associated Press

TAMPA, Fla. - Mason Raymond used some fancy stickhandling to help Vancouver overcome a blown lead.

Raymond scored the lone goal in the shootout on a spinning backhander and the Canucks beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-4 on Tuesday night.

"It's a trick, if you want to say, or a move you have in your bag, but it's not used that often," Raymond said. "It's maybe a high-risk one, but maybe also high reward."

Halak gets shutout as Blues down Habs 3-0

Halak gets 19-save shutout on return to Montreal as Blues blank Habs 3-0
Bill Beacon, The Canadian Press

MONTREAL - Jaroslav Halak's return to the Bell Centre ended with a shutout and standing ovation.

The Slovak goaltender, who became the darling of the Montreal fans during a run to the NHL Eastern Conference final two seasons ago, made 19 saves as his St. Louis Blues blanked the Canadiens 3-0 on Tuesday night.

Horton scores twice to lead Bruins past Jets

Horton has two goals, Seguin and Pouliot also score as Bruins beat Jets 5-3
The Associated Press

BOSTON - There's nothing like a tying goal eight seconds into the third period to shake a team out of a two-period slumber.

Nathan Horton's second goal of the game keyed Boston's three-goal third period as the Bruins beat the Winnipeg Jets 5-3 Tuesday night in game that saw both teams attempt penalty shots.

Kulemin has big night during Leafs victory

Kulemin registers goal, assist and big hit in Toronto's 2-0 win over Sabres
Chris Johnston, The Canadian Press

TORONTO - If Nikolai Kulemin didn't grab the attention of his teammates with an early goal and an assist, he certainly made sure they took notice afterwards.

Wizards beat Raptors 93-78 for first victory

Lewis, Young each score 15 as Wizards beat Raptors 93-78 to end 0-8 start
The Associated Press

WASHINGTON - The Washington Wizards won a game for the first time in nearly nine months, and did it with a reshaping of their front line.

Coach Flip Saunders decided to bench forwards Andray Blatche and Rashard Lewis. He started rookie Chris Singleton and second-year player Trevor Booker in their place, and the revamped team beat the Toronto Raptors 93-78 on Tuesday night for its first victory after eight losses this season.

Senators make quick work of slumping Penguins

Michalek scores twice as Senators get to slumping Penguins early in 5-1 win
Will Graves, The Associated Press

PITTSBURGH, Pa. - The Ottawa Senators are on such a roll that even one of their most spectacular goals of the season was met with little more than a shoulder shrug.

Milan Michalek scored twice and Jason Spezza undressed Pittsburgh goalie Brent Johnson on a brilliant deke as the Senators thumped the slumping Penguins 5-1 on Tuesday night.

Chris Neil and Bobby Butler also scored for the Senators, while Craig Anderson stopped 29 shots as Ottawa won for the sixth time in seven games.

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