NHL Results for Games Played 15 January 1994

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NHL RESULTS FOR GAMES PLAYED 15 JANUARY 1994:

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Eastern Conference

ATLANTIC W L T PT GF GA NORTHEAST W L T PT GF GA
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NY Rangers 28 12 3 59 153 113 Pittsburgh 22 14 10 54 163 154
New Jersey 25 15 4 54 167 124 Montreal 21 17 7 49 141 129
Philadelphia 22 20 3 47 160 166 Boston 19 16 8 46 144 134
Washington 20 20 4 44 143 134 Buffalo 20 20 4 44 146 123
Florida 17 17 8 42 118 119 Quebec 17 23 5 39 149 161
NY Islanders 17 20 5 39 152 150 Hartford 17 25 3 37 138 157
Tampa Bay 16 24 5 37 117 138 Ottawa 8 35 5 21 125 230

Western Conference

CENTRAL W L T Pt GF GA PACIFIC W L T Pt GF GA
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Toronto 27 14 7 59 163 132 Calgary 23 16 7 53 174 145
Detroit 25 14 4 54 197 147 Vancouver 21 21 1 43 145 143
Dallas 23 17 7 53 164 149 Los Angeles 18 21 4 40 165 170
St. Louis 23 16 6 52 143 143 Anaheim 18 26 2 38 128 143
Chicago 21 18 5 47 133 126 San Jose 14 21 10 38 120 143
Winnipeg 17 25 5 39 146 185 Edmonton 13 27 6 32 142 168

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Friday night:

Ottawa Senators 1 1 0 0 - 2
Vancouver Canucks 1 1 0 0 - 2

First period-- 1, Vancouver, Momesso 11 (Lumme), :39. 2, Ottawa, Lamb 8
(Dineen,Glynn), 9:36 (pp).

Second period-- 3, Vancouver, Craven 8 (Momesso,Hunter), :51. 4, Ottawa,
Turgeon 4 (Lamb,McBain), 13:53 (pp).

Third period-- None.

Overtime-- None.

Shots on goal-- Ottawa 15-8-8-0--31. Vancouver 11-14-20-4--49. Power-play
opportunities-- Ottawa 2 of 5; Vancouver 0 of 6. Goalies-- Ottawa, Madeley,
2-12-4 (49 shots-47 saves). Vancouver, McLean, 13-14-1 (31-29). A--14,458.

Referee-- Mark Faucette. Linesmen-- Randy Mitton, Jay Sharrers.

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Friday night:

Hartford Whalers 2 1 0 - 3
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 0 4 2 - 6

First period-- 1, Hartford, Zalapski 6 (Storm,Cassels), :29. 2, Hartford,
Nylander 7 (Godynyuk,Kron), 9:17 (pp).

Second period-- 3, Hartford, Propp 6 (Janssens,Verbeek), 3:58. 4, Anaheim,
Carnback 6 (Yake,McSween), 10:47. 5, Anaheim, Corkum 14 (Kasatonov), 12:40
(sh). 6, Anaheim, Sweeney 7 (Carnback,Williams), 14:46. 7, Anaheim,
Carnback 7 (Williams,Dollas), 16:51 (pp).

Third period-- 8, Anaheim, Sweeney 8 (McSween), 3:23. 9, Anaheim, Valk 8
(Corkum,Houlder), 19:25 (en).

Shots on goal-- Hartford 12-11-11--34. Anaheim 16-13-10--39. Power-play
opportunities-- Hartford 1 of 6; Anaheim 1 of 4. Goalies-- Hartford, Reese,
4-3-0 (38 shots-33 saves). Anaheim, Hebert, 9-13-1 (34-31). A--17,174.

Referee-- Rob Shick. Linesmen-- Brad Lazarowich, Lyle Seitz.

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Edmonton Oilers (13-27-6) 1 1 1 - 3
Pittsburgh Penguins (22-12-10) 1 1 2 - 4

Pittsburgh scored 17 seconds after Edmonton tied the game in the third period
to beat the Oilers. Larry Murphy had the game-winner, at 13:39.

First period-- 1, Edmonton, Ciger 17 (Arnott), 12:07. 2, Pittsburgh, Francis
15 (Stevens,Stapleton), 13:07 (pp).

Second period-- 3, Edmonton, Corson 19 (Manson,Ciger), 14:12. 4, Pittsburgh,
Jagr 17 (Francis,Murphy), 14:58.

Third period-- 5, Pittsburgh, Mullen 25 (Stevens,Stapleton), 4:20 (pp). 6,
Edmonton, Rice 13 (Arnott,Corson), 13:22 (pp). 7, Pittsburgh, Murphy 11,
13:39.

Shots on goal-- Edmonton 12-17-10--39. Pittsburgh 14-9-10--33. Power-play
opportunities-- Edmonton 1 of 5; Pittsburgh 2 of 7. Goalies-- Edmonton,
Ranford, 13-20-6 (33 shots-29 saves). Pittsburgh, Wregget, 15-7-6 (39-36).
A--17,476.

Referee-- Richard Trottier. Linesmen-- Bob Hodges, Andy McElman.

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Detroit Red Wings (25-14-4) 2 0 1 - 3
Boston Bruins (19-16-8) 0 1 1 - 2

Ray Sheppard opened the scoring and assisted on the game-winner to lead the Red
Wings over Boston, who is 0-4 in their last four.

First period-- 1, Detroit, Sheppard 27 (Chiasson), 5:37. 2, Detroit, Kozlov 22
(Fedorov,Ciccarelli), 17:49.

Second period-- 3, Boston, Donato 13 (Juneau,Wesley), 12:24 (pp).

Third period-- 4, Detroit, Konstantinov 6 (Yzerman,Sheppard), :24. 5, Boston,
Reid 3 (Bourque,Murray), :56.

Shots on goal-- Detroit 13-12-5--30. Boston 8-14-13--35. Power-play
opportunities-- Detroit 0 of 2; Boston 1 of 5. Goalies-- Detroit, Cheveldae,
11-4-1 (35 shots-33 saves). Boston, Blue, 4-9-3 (30-27). A--14,448.

Referee-- Lance Roberts. Linesmen-- Bernard DeGrace, Dan McCourt.

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Chicago Blackhawks (21-18-5) 4 0 1 0 - 5
New York Islanders (17-20-5) 2 2 1 0 - 5

Travis Green banked the puck off the back of goalie Ed Belfour's leg just 46
seconds after Chicago took a 5-4 lead to give the Islanders the tie.

First period-- 1, New York, King 20 (Turgeon,Chynoweth), 2:09. 2, Chicago,
Roenick 20 (Matteau), 3:39. 3, Chicago, Chelios 8 (B.Sutter), 8:18. 4,
Chicago, Ruuttu 4 (Poulin,R.Sutter), 10:26. 5, New York, McInnis 12 (King,
Krupp), 12:29 (pp). 6, Chicago, Murphy 18 (Kucera,Ruuttu), 19:00 (pp).

Second period-- 7, New York, Malakhov 3 (Krupp,Turgeon), 6:45 (pp). 8, New
York, Luongo 1 (Green,McInnis), 14:03.

Third period-- 9, Chicago, Matteau 12 (Murphy,Roenick), 12:29. 10, New York,
Green 11 (Dalgarno,McInnis), 13:15.

Overtime-- None.

Shots on goal-- Chicago 14-12-15-2--43. New York 10-10-11-2--33. Power-play
opportunities-- Chicago 1 of 2; New York 2 of 4. Goalies-- Chicago, Belfour,
19-11-3 (33 shots-28 saves). New York, McLennan, 1-0-2 (43-38). A--14,052.

Referee-- Ron Hoggarth. Linesmen-- Kevin Collins, Tim Nowak.

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Washington Capitals (20-20-4) 2 0 2 - 4
Quebec Nordiques (17-23-5) 0 0 0 - 0

Steve Konowalchuk netted a pair for his first two goals of the season and Don
Beaupre stopped all 24 Quebec shots for the shutout, leading the Caps.

First period-- 1, Washington, Ridley 16 (Miller,Krygier), 4:55. 2, Washington,
Konowalchuk 1 (Anderson,Pivonka), 16:02.

Second period-- None.

Third period-- 3, Washington, Konowalchuk 2 (Pivonka), 10:44. 4, Washington,
Slaney 4 (Iafrate,Ridley), 13:27 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Washington 9-17-14--40. Quebec 8-8-8--24. Power-play
opportunities-- Washington 1 of 2; Quebec 0 of 4. Goalies-- Washington,
Beaupre, 11-8-2 (24 shots-24 saves). Quebec, Fiset, 6-11-1 (40-36).
A--14,198.

Referee-- Paul Devorski. Linesmen-- Pierre Champoux, Gerard Gauthier.

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Los Angeles Kings (18-21-4) 4 0 1 - 5
New Jersey Devils (25-25-4) 3 0 0 - 3

Los Angeles scored two short-handed goals during a 5-minute penalty to grab an
early 3-0 lead and held on to beat the Devils.

First period-- 1, Los Angeles, Zhitnik 9 (Blake,Sandstrom), 2:17 (pp). 2, Los
Angeles, Conacher 8, 6:46 (sh). 3, Los Angeles, Gretzky 20, 7:56 (sh). 4,
New Jersey, MacLean 21 (Niedermayer), 8:25 (pp). 5, New Jersey, Driver 4
(MacLean,Nicholls), 8:39 (pp). 6, Los Angeles, Blake 10 (Gretzky,Zhitnik),
11:39 (pp). 7, New Jersey, Carpenter 4 (Chorske), 15:46 (sh).

Second period-- None.

Third period-- 8, Los Angeles, Gretzky 21 (Kurri), 19:56 (en).

Shots on goal-- Los Angeles 8-9-5--22. New Jersey 18-12-6--36. Power-play
opportunities-- Los Angeles 2 of 10; New Jersey 2 of 7. Goalies-- Los
Angeles, Stauber, 2-4-1 (36 shots-33 saves). New Jersey, Terreri (3-0),
Sidorkiewicz (8:39 first, 18-17). A--19,040.

Referee-- Kerry Fraser. Linesmen-- Gord Broseker, Dan Schachte.

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Florida Panthers (17-17-8) 2 1 2 - 5
Montreal Canadiens (21-17-7) 0 1 1 - 2

Bob Kudelski scored his first goal as a Panther and added an assist to help
the Panthers to a 5-2 defeat of Montreal in the Forum.

First period-- 1, Florida, Mellanby 17 (Murphy,Benning), 8:56 (pp). 2,
Florida, Kudelski 27 (Murphy,Belanger), 11:57 (pp).

Second period-- 3, Florida, Lomakin 10 (Belanger,Kudelski), 3:58. 4, Montreal,
Dionne 8 (Petrov,LeClair), 18:22.

Third period-- 5, Montreal, Desjardins 7 (Carbonneau,Brunet), 13:01 (sh). 6,
Florida, Hough 4, 14:39. 7, Florida, Fitzgerald 10 (Hull), 19:58 (sh-en).

Shots on goal-- Florida 8-9-9--26. Montreal 10-15-20--45. Power-play
opportunities-- Florida 2 fo 5; Montreal 0 of 7. Goalies-- Florida,
Vanbiesbrouck, 14-12-6 (45 shots-43 saves). Montreal, Roy, 18-11-5 (25-21).
A--14,052.

Referee-- Don Koharski. Linesmen-- Scott Driscoll, Jean Morin.

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Toronto Maple Leafs (27-14-7) 1 2 2 - 5
Winnipeg Jets (17-25-5) 0 0 1 - 1

Nikolai Borschevsky scored two goals to lead the Maple Leafs to their sixth
straight win, a convincing 5-1 thrashing of the Winnipeg Jets.

First period-- 1, Toronto, Eastwood 2 (Osborne,Mironov), 11:15.

Second period-- 2, Toronto, Andreychuk 37 (Gilmour,Borschevsky), 5:48. 3,
Toronto, GIlmour 15 (Anderson), 9:08.

Third period-- 4, Toronto, Borschevsky 7 (Gilmour,Andreychuk), :10 (pp). 5,
Winnipeg, Ysebaert 7 (Shannon), 12:15. 6, Toronto, Borschevsky 8 (Gilmour,
Andreychuk), 15:40 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Toronto 8-10-8--26. Winnipeg 5-10-6--21. Power-play
opportunities-- Toronto 2 of 5; Winnpeg 0 of 3. Goalies-- Toronto, Potvin,
21-11-5 (21 shots-20 saves). Winnipeg, Essensa, 17-20-4 (26-21). A--15,344.

Referee-- Terry Gregson. Linesmen-- Brian Murphy, Pierre Racicot.

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Ottawa Senators (8-35-5) 0 0 0 - 0
Calgary Flames (23-16-7) 3 4 3 - 10

Robert Reichel netted a hat trick and rookie netminder Andrei Trefilov stopped
21 shots for his second consecutive shutout as the Flames humbled Ottawa.

First period-- 1, Calgary, Reichel 15 (Fleury,Petit), 3:47. 2, Calgary,
Reichel 16 (MacInnis), 8:56. 3, Calgary, Nieuwendyk 27 (MacInnis,Keczmer),
11:31 (pp).

Second period-- 4, Calgary, MacInnis 15 (Fleury,Nieuwendyk), 3:38 (pp). 5,
Calgary, Otto 10 (Ranheim,Sullivan), 5:14. 6, Calgary, Ranheim 9 (Stern,
Otto), 9:24. 7, Calgary, Walz 4 (Nieuwendyk,Titov), 11:10.

Third period-- 8, Calgary, Walz 5 (Titov), 7:32. 9, Calgary, Yawney 2
(Schlegel), 11:12 (pp). 10, Calgary, Reichel 17 (Walz,Keczmer), 18:30 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Ottawa 4-10-7--21. Calgary 16-18-7--41. Power-play
opportunities-- Ottawa 0 of 4; Calgary 4 of 6. Goalies-- Ottawa, Billington,
6-23-1 (22 shots-17 saves), Madeley (5:14 second, 17-13), Billington (12:07
third, 2-1). Calgary, Trefilov, 3-1-0 (21-21). A--19,366.

Referee-- Mark Faucette. Linesmen-- Mark Wheler, Randy Mitton.

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Buffalo Sabres (20-20-4) 0 0 1 - 1
St. Louis Blues (23-16-6) 0 1 1 - 2

Brendan Shanahan and Craig Janney provided a goal and an assist each and goalie
Curtis Joseph stopped 32 of 33 Sabres shots to lead the Blues over Buffalo.

First period-- None.

Second period-- 1, St. Louis, Shanahan 29 (Janney,Lafayette), 9:46.

Third period-- 2, St. Louis, Janney 14 (Hull,Shanahan), 5:08 (pp). 3, Buffalo,
Mogilny 18 (Barnaby), 10:18 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Buffalo 11-12-10--33. St. Louis 6-5-9--20. Power-play
opportunities-- Buffalo 1 of 7; St. Louis 1 of 4. Goalies-- Buffalo, Hasek,
14-12-3 (20 shots-18 saves). St. Louis, Joseph, 21-12-6 (33-32). A--17,946.

Referee-- Dave Jackson. Linesmen-- Pat Dapuzzo, Swede Knox.

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Hartford Whalers (17-25-3) 1 0 1 - 2
San Jose Sharks (14-21-10) 2 3 3 - 8

Igor Larionov netted the hat trick and Bob Errey and Pat Falloon each scored
twice to lead San Jose past Hartford. The Sharks are 3-1-4 in their last 8.

First period-- 1, Hartford, Sanderson 29 (Verbeek,Burt), 5:33. 2, San Jose,
Falloon 13 (Whitney,Pederson), 6:43. 3, San Jose, Errey 9 (Gaudreau,Elik),
18:30 (pp).

Second period-- 4, San Jose, Gaudreau 7 (Pederson,Elik), 5:41 (pp). 5, San
Jose, Larionov 9 (Ozolinsh,Errey), 13:04 (sh). 6, San Jose, Falloon 14
(Whitney,Duchesne), 14:57.

Third period-- 7, San Jose, Larionov 10 (Garpenlov,Makarov), 4:17. 8,
Hartford, Burt 1 (Chibirev), 9:57. 9, San Jose, Errey 10 (Elik,Ozolinsh),
15:21 (pp). 10, San Jose, Larionov 11 (Makarov,Rathje), 17:07.

Shots on goal-- Hartford 5-11-9--25. San Jose 12-9-12--33. Power-play
opportunities-- Hartford 0 of 4; San Jose 3 of 6. Goalies-- Hartford, Burke,
8-8-2 (33 shots-25 saves). San Jose, Irbe, 12-16-10 (25-23). A--17,190.

Referee-- Denis Morel. Linesmen-- Brad Lazarowich, Mike Cvik.

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NHL schedule for Sunday, 1/16...
Buffalo at Dallas
Los Angeles at Philadelphia
NY Rangers at Chicago
Tampa Bay at Winnipeg
Vancouver at Anaheim


-JPC

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Roger Maynard

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>NHL RESULTS FOR GAMES PLAYED 15 JANUARY 1994:

>CENTRAL W L T Pt GF GA PACIFIC W L T Pt GF GA


>-------------------------------------- -------------------------------------
>Toronto 27 14 7 59 163 132 Calgary 23 16 7 53 174 145

Excuse me? The Leafs have 61 points. That's 2 points more than the Rangers.
The Leafs are the best team in the league.

Are you employed by the Montreal press or something?

cordially, as always,

rm
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Roger Maynard
may...@ramsey.cs.laurentian.ca

Allan Longley

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In article Roger Maynard <may...@ramsey.cs.laurentian.ca> wrote:

>In j...@philabs.philips.com (John P. Curcio) writes:
>>NHL RESULTS FOR GAMES PLAYED 15 JANUARY 1994:
>
>>CENTRAL W L T Pt GF GA PACIFIC W L T Pt GF GA
>>-------------------------------------- -------------------------------------
>>Toronto 27 14 7 59 163 132 Calgary 23 16 7 53 174 145

>Excuse me? The Leafs have 61 points. That's 2 points more than the Rangers.
>The Leafs are the best team in the league. Are you employed by the Montreal
>press or something?

HEY! The guy made a mistake, lay off Roger. Please point out any mistakes,
but give the guy a break. He is spending his time to post these to the net
for those of us who don't always have time to watch the games or grab a
paper.

And John, thanks for the service, but watch the points, especially the
Toronto points.

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e-mail: alon...@cape.uwaterloo.ca
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