NHL RESULTS FOR TURKEY DAY 1992

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NHL HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 11/26/92.

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STANDINGS
PATRICK ADAMS NORRIS SMYTHE
TM W L T PT TM W L T PT TM W L T PT TM W L T PT

PIT 16 5 3 35 MTL 16 5 3 35 DET 14 9 0 28 LA 15 6 2 32
NYR 11 9 2 24 QUE 12 6 5 29 MIN 11 9 2 24 CAL 13 8 2 28
NJ 11 10 0 22 BOS 12 6 2 26 TOR 10 8 3 23 VAN 12 8 2 26
WAS 9 12 2 20 BUF 8 10 4 20 CHI 10 10 3 23 EDM 7 11 4 18
PHI 8 9 4 20 HFD 5 15 1 11 TB 10 13 2 22 WIN 7 13 2 16
NYI 8 10 3 19 OTT 2 20 1 5 STL 7 12 3 17 SJ 5 16 1 11


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Boston Bruins (12-6-2) 0 2 0 - 2
Washington Capitals (9-12-2) 2 1 3 - 6

Jim Hrivnak stopped 32 shots and Al Iafrate had a goal and three assists as
the Capitals won at home for the first time in nearly six weeks.

First period-- 1, Washington, Carpenter 2 (Hatcher,Ridley), 4:34. 2,
Washington, Iafrate 2 (Pivonka), 8:19.

Second period-- 3, Boston, Stumpel 1 (Heinze,Murphy), 8:04. 4, Washington,
Miller 5 (Iafrate,Carpenter), 13:12. 5, Boston, Oates 8 (Kvartalnov,
Murphy), 19:07 (pp).

Third period-- 6, Washington, Cote 6 (Iafrate,Bondra), 7:23 (pp). 7,
Washington, Ridley 8 (Iafrate,Hunter), 8:06. 8, Washington, Elynuik 4
(Hatcher,Johansson), 11:04 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Boston 12-15-7--34. Washington 12-9-15--36. Power-play
opportunities-- Boston 1 of 5; Washington 2 of 4. Goalies-- Boston, Moog,
9-4-2 (36 shots-30 saves). Washington, Hrivnak, 7-2-1 (34-32). A--15,681.

Referee-- Kerry Fraser. Linesmen-- Gord Broseker, Jean Morin.

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Montreal Canadiens (16-5-3) 1 2 3 - 6
Hartford Whalers (5-14-1) 0 1 0 - 1

Vincent Damphousse neted the hat trick and added an assist as the Canadiens
rode three power-play goals to victory over the pitiful Whalers.

First period-- 1, Montreal, Damphousse 6 (Keane,Lebeau), 12:07.

Second period-- 2, Montreal, Damphousse 7 (Muller,Brisebois), 1:05. 3,
Hartford, Burt 1 (Konroyd), 5:34. 4, Montreal, Bellows 13 (Muller,
Damphousse), 9:25 (pp).

Third period-- 5, Montreal, Desjardins 5 (Haller,Dionne), 6:11 (pp). 6,
Montreal, Damphousse 8 (Muller,Bellows), 7:04 (pp). 7, Montreal, Dionne 7
(Carbonneau), 17:40 (sh).

Shots on goal-- Montreal 11-10-15--36. Hartford 6-8-8--22. Power-play
opportunities-- Montreal 3 of 5; Hartford 0 of 3. Goalies-- Montreal,
Racicot, 5-1-0 (22 shots-21 saves). Hartford, Burke, 4-10-1 (36-30).
A--10,609.

Referee-- Mark Faucette. Linesmen-- Kevin Collins, Brian Murphy.

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New Jersey Devils (11-10-0) 1 0 0 - 1
Ottawa Senators (2-20-1) 1 1 1 - 3

Mike Peluso had two goals and had a third disallowed for kicking it in, but
the Senators held off the Devils for only their second win this season.

First period-- 1, Ottawa, Peluso 6 (McBain), :29. 2, New Jersey, Richer 6
(Stastny,Zelepukin), 13:11.

Second period-- 3, Ottawa, Peluso 7 (Boschman,McBain), :24.

Third period-- 4, Ottawa, Baker 7 (Brady,Lamb), 8:27.

Shots on goal-- New Jersey 12-5-10--27. Ottawa 9-6-5--20. Power-play
opportunities-- New Jersey 0 of 5; Ottawa 0 of 2. Goalies-- New Jersey,
Terreri, 4-7-0 (20 shots-17 saves). Ottawa, Sidorkiewicz, 2-16-1 (27-26).
A--10,500.

Referee-- Bill McCreary. Linesmen-- Bernard DeGrace, Jerry Pateman.

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New York Rangers (11-9-2) 3 2 6 - 11
Pittsburgh Penguins (16-5-3) 2 1 0 - 3

Adam Graves had a third period hat trick and assisted on two other goals and
Mark Messier added two goals and three assists as the Rangers crushed the
Pens.

First period-- 1, Pittsburgh, Lemieux 26 (Paek,Jagr), :14. 2, New York,
Messier 11 (Graves,Amonte), 5:32. 3, New York, Turcotte 10 (King,Broten),
7:46. 4, Pittsburgh, Francis 5 (Lemieux,U.Samuelsson), 12:01 (sh). 5, New
York, Amonte 9 (Leetch,Hurlbut), 16:58 (pp).

Second period-- 6, Pittsburgh, Needham 4 (Murphy), 4:10. 7, New York,
Turcotte 11 (Graves,Leetch), 12:43. 8, New York, Leetch 6 (Messier), 16:35
(sh).

Third period-- 9, New York, Messier 12 (Amonte), 3:38. 10, New York, Broten
3 (Turcotte), 4:37. 11, New York, Graves 6 (Messier,Patrick), 7:19. 12,
New York, Graves 7 (Patrick,Turcotte), 12:58 (pp). 13, New York, Hurlbut 1
(Leetch,Messier), 13:44 (pp). 14, New York, Graves 8 (Weight,Messier),
17:58 (pp).

Shots on goal-- New York 9-14-17--40. Pittsburgh 9-10-7--26. Power-play
opportunities-- New York 4 of 10; Pittsburgh 0 of 5. Goalies-- New York,
Vanbiesbrouck, 5-3-1 (26 shots-23 saves). Pittsburgh, Barrasso, 13-3-2
(31-23), Wregget (7:19 third, 9-6). A-- 16,164.

Referee-- Dan Marouelli. Linesmen-- Dan McCourt, Leon Stickle.

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Quebec Nordiques (12-6-5) 0 1 0 0 - 1
Buffalo Sabres (8-10-4) 1 0 0 0 - 1

Mike Ricci and Dace Andreychuk netted the only two goals of the game as the
Sabres, 0-4-2 in their last six, tied the much-improved Nordiques.

First period-- 1, Buffalo, Andreychuk 18 (Hawerchuk,Mogilny), 6:42 (pp).

Second period-- 2, Quebec, Ricci 9 (Duchesne,Sundin), 15:39 (pp).

Third period-- None.

Overtime-- None.

Shots on goal-- Quebec 11-7-9-2--29. Buffalo 14-8-5-2--29. Power-play
opportunities-- Quebec 1 of 5; Buffalo 1 of 3. Goalies-- Quebec, Hextall,
11-3-3 (29 shots-28 saves). Buffalo, Hasek (11-11), Puppa, 5-2-3 (0:00
second, 18-17). A-- 14,832.

Referee-- Denis Morel. Linesmen-- Ray Scapinello, Mark Vines.

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St. Louis Blues (7-12-3) 0 2 4 - 6
Detroit Red Wings (14-9-0) 2 6 3 - 11

The Detroit Red Wings hit double-digits in scoring for the second consecutive
game for the first time in franchise history as they beat the Blues. The
Wings have scored 28 goals in their last three games.

First period-- 1, Detroit, Ysebaert 9 (Yzerman,Fedorov), 7:29. 2, Detroit,
Carson 14 (Fedorov,Ciccarelli), 10:41 (pp).

Second period-- 3, Detroit, Fedorov 11 (Yzerman,Ysebaert), :40. 4, Detroit,
Probert 6 (Sillinger,Kennedy), 6:26. 5, St. Louis, Hull 11 (Ron Sutter,
Shanahan), 7:45. 6, Detroit, Carson 15 (Ciccarrelli,Drake), 12:02. 7,
Detroit, Ciccarelli 10 (Sillinger,Kennedy), 14:56. 8, St. Louis, Butcher 2
(Miller,Janney), 17:44. 9, Detroit, Probert 7 (Yzerman,Sheppard), 18:36
(pp). 10, Detroit, Ciccarelli 11 (Lidstrom,Carson), 19:18 (pp).

Third period-- 11, Detroit, Ysebaert 10 (Konstantinov,Chiasson), :22. 12,
Detroit, Kennedy 5 (Drake,Probert), 2:23. 13, St. Louis, Brown 10 (Janney,
Hull), 4:19. 14, St. Louis, Hull 12 (Ron Sutter,Brown), 6:25 (pp). 15, St.
Louis, Emerson 8 (Brown,Shanahan), 7:12 (pp). 16, St. Louis, Ron Sutter 1
(Janney,Hull), 7:49 (pp). 17, Detroit, Primeau 2 (Sheppard,Burr), 16:04.

Shots on goal-- St. Louis 10-2-11--23. Detroit 8-18-10--36. Power-play
opportunities-- St. Louis 3 of 7; Detroit 3 of 5. Goalies-- St. Louis,
Joseph, 5-10-3 (26 shots-18 saves), Hebert (0:00 third, 10-7). Detroit,
Cheveldae, 9-8-0 (23-17). A--19,467.

Referee-- Ron Hoggarth. Linesmen-- Mike Cvik, Mark Pare.

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Vancouver Canucks (13-8-2) 2 1 1 - 4
Minnesota North Stars (11-9-2) 1 1 0 - 2

Sergio Momesso struck for the game-winner 33 seconds after Minnesota tied the
game at two in the second as the Canucks beat the North Stars.

First period-- 1, Vancouver, Adams 10 (Bure,Semenov), 5:43. 2, Vancouver,
Linden 8 (Ronning,Dirk), 16:14. 3, Minnesota, Craig 9 (Dahlen,Gagner),
17:47 (pp).

Second period-- 4, Minnesota, Duchesne 8 (R.Courtnall,Tinordi), 5:02. 5,
Vancouver, Momesso 4 (Nedved,Lidster), 5:35.

Third period-- 6, Vancouver, G.Courtnall 13 (Nedved), 2:28.

Shots on goal-- Vancouver 7-12-7--26. Minnesota 14-4-7--25. Power-play
opportunities-- Vancouver 0 of 5; Minnesota 1 of 4. Goalies-- Vancouver,
Whitmore, 5-2-1 (25 shots-23 saves). Minnesota, Casey, 10-6-2 (26-22).
A--13,117.

Referee-- Paul Stewart. Linesmen-- Scott Driscoll, Dan Schachte.

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San Jose Sharks (5-16-1) 2 0 1 1 - 4
Calgary Flames (13-8-2) 1 0 2 0 - 3

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Los Angeles Kings (15-6-2) 0 1 2 - 3
Edmonton Oilers (7-11-4) 0 1 0 - 1

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Thursday, 26 November 1992:

Quebec (12-6-5) at Toronto (10-8-3), 7:40pm EST
Vancouver (13-8-2) at St. Louis (7-12-3), 8:40pm EST


-JPC

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