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NHL Report / Scores and fast facts

>Tuesday's games

Philadelphia 5, Montreal 2: Jeff Carter, Claude Giroux and Kimmo Timonen scored power-play goals for the Flyers, who head into the All-Star break leading the league in wins with 33.

Florida 4, N.Y. Rangers 3: Defenseman Mike Weaver's first goal in 42 games, scored off the back of Rangers forward Artem Anisimov, broke a third-period tie for the Panthers.

Pittsburgh 1, N.Y. Islanders 0: Marc-Andre Fleury made 29 saves for his second shutout, Craig Adams scored in the third period and the Penguins won again without their ailing superstar duo of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin.

Anaheim 3, Columbus 2: Jonas Hiller made 35 saves and Teemu Selanne had a goal and an assist for the Ducks.

Tampa Bay 2, Toronto 0: Lightning goalie Dwayne Roloson made 26 saves for his third shutout in 10 games this month.

Minnesota 4, Chicago 2: Antti Miettinen scored the go-ahead goal and Niklas Backstrom made 31 saves for the Wild. Chicago lost its second straight after a 5-0-1 stretch.

Edmonton 4, Phoenix 3: Dustin Penner scored with 21 seconds left in regulation for the Oilers.


>Late Monday

Calgary 3, Nashville 1: Miikka Kiprusoff made 23 saves and Jarome Iginla scored to help the Flames win their third straight.

Colorado 4, St. Louis 3: Brandon Yip had two goals to pace the Avalanche.

Vancouver 7, Dallas 1: Alexandre Burrows, Ryan Kesler and Christian Ehrhoff scored on the Canucks' first five shots.

Los Angeles 2, Boston 0: Ryan Smyth scored the Kings' first power-play goal in eight games.


>Around the rinks

AHL: Portland 2, Norfolk 1: Derek Whitmore and Mark Mancari provided the scoring for the Pirates and Jhonas Enroth stopped 27 shots. Portland improved its Atlantic Division best record to 28-13-4-1.

All-Star Game: Martin Havlat of Minnesota and defenseman Keith Yandle of Phoenix are heading to the All-Star Game as injury replacements. Havlat is taking the place of injured forward Ales Hemsky of the Edmonton Oilers. Yandle is filling in for Atlanta Thrashers defenseman Tobias Enstrom.


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Compiled from News and wire service reports.

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