Friday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers - TheStreet

Small-cap stocks performed about as well as the rest of the soaring market did Friday, and among those propping up the lot was

EpiCept

( EPCT).

Shares of the pharmaceutical company skyrocketed 73% to close at $3.95 on

positive results

from a brain-tumor treatment called Azixa that Epicept has licensed to

Myriad Genetics

(MYGN) - Get Report

. Myriad shares closed slightly up at $35.83.

Britain-based

Cambridge Display Technology

(OLED) - Get Report

surged more than 25% to close at $5.95 on word Japan's

Toshiba

is using CDT's light-emitting-polymer technology in a new television design.

Factory Card & Party Outlet

( FCPO) of Naperville, Ill., rocketed some 30% to close at $11.45 after posting a fiscal fourth-quarter profit of 7 cents a share, reversing a hefty year-ago loss.

Shares of

Superior Offshore

( DEEP), meanwhile, leapt 17% following its $15 per-share initial public offering for some 10.2 million shares. The company, which sells subsea construction and diving services to the oil and gas industry, closed at $17.54.

Las Vegas-based

Shuffle Master

(SHFL)

also moved higher on news its blackjack-formatted TableMaster product was approved for sale in Pennsylvania -- making it the first virtual table-game product to receive such approval in that state, as a Deutsche Bank analyst pointed out. Shares traded up 87 cents, or 5%, to close at $17.99.

Decliners were few among small-cap companies today, but among these was specialty minerals firm

Amcol International

(ACO)

. The Illinois-based outfit lost 10% to close at $26.39 after its first-quarter earnings of 35 cents a share, while higher than last year, came in 4 cents short of Wall Street expectations, per Thomson Financial.

Canada's

JED Oil

( JDO) sank more than 10% to close at $2.28 after getting a delisting warning from the American Stock Exchange for having failed to meet certain membership requirements. Virginia-based wireless-communications company

LCC International

( LCCI) privately sold 5.1 million of its shares at $3.35 apiece for proceeds of $17 million. Shares gave up 8.7% to close at $3.68.

The Russell 2000 and S&P SmallCap 600 indices each added about 1.2%.