NHL RESULTS FOR GAMES PLAYED 13 OCTOBER 1993

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NHL RESULTS FOR GAMES PLAYED 12 OCTOBER 1993:

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EASTERN CONFERENCE WESTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division Northeast Division Central Division Pacific Division
W L T Pts W L T Pts W L T Pts W L T Pts

NJD 4 0 0 8 PIT 3 2 0 6 TOR 4 0 0 8 CAL 3 0 0 6
PHL 3 1 0 6 BOS 2 1 1 5 STL 3 0 0 6 LAK 3 1 0 6
NYR 3 2 0 6 MTL 2 2 1 5 CHI 1 1 2 4 VAN 2 1 0 4
FLO 1 2 1 3 HFD 2 2 0 4 DAL 1 1 2 4 EDM 2 2 0 4
NYI 1 3 0 2 QUE 1 2 1 3 WPG 1 2 1 3 ANA 1 2 0 2
TMP 0 3 0 0 BUF 1 3 0 2 DET 1 3 0 2 SJS 0 3 0 0
WAS 0 5 0 0 OTT 0 1 1 1

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Montreal Canadiens (2-2-1) 1 1 1 - 3
Hartford Whalers (2-2-0) 0 1 3 - 4

First period-- 1, Montreal, Bellows 2 (Schneider,Lebeau), 12:46 (pp).

Second period-- 2, Hartford, Sanderson 4 (Pronger,Zalapski), 6:31 (pp). 3,
Montreal, Roberge 1 (Carbonneau,Brunet), 9:57.

Third period-- 4, Hartford, Verbeek 1 (Cassels), 4:20. 5, Hartford, Sanderson
5 (Pronger), 6:50 (sh). 6, Hartford, Kron 1 (Cunneyworth,Sandlak), 11:39.
7, Montreal, Bellows 3 (Popovic,Damphousse), 14:42.

Shots on goal-- Montreal 15-11-9--35. Hartford 8-8-10--26. Power-play
opportunities-- Montreal 1 of 4; Hartford 1 of 6. Goalies-- Montreal,
Racicot, 0-1-0 (26 shots-22 saves). Hartford, Pietrangelo, 2-1-0 (35-32).
A--8,042.

Referee-- Rob Shick. Linesmen-- Jean Morin, Brian Murphy.

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Quebec Nordiques (1-2-1) 3 0 1 - 4
New York Rangers (3-2-0) 1 3 2 - 6

First period-- 1, Quebec, Sundin 1 (Gelinas), 5:00. 2, Quebec, Nolan 1 (Ricci,
Gelinas), 5:39. 3, Quebec, Kovalenko 3 (Sakic,Gusarov), 12:17. 4, New York,
Gartner 3 (Graves,M.Messier), 17:57 (pp).

Second period-- 5, New York, Leetch 2 (Nemchinov), 1:11 (pp). 6, New York,
Graves 3 (Amonte,M.Messier), 8:21 (pp). 7, New York, Leetch 3 (Amonte,
Tikkanen), 18:57 (pp).

Third period-- 8, New York, Karpovtsev 1 (Leetch,Turcotte), 10:52 (pp). 9,
New York, M.Messier 4 (Tikkanen,Leetch), 17:50 (pp). 10, Quebec, Gelinas 3
(Karpa), 19:55.

Shots on goal-- Quebec 10-7-12--29. New York 14-14-7--35. Power-play
opportunities-- Quebec 0 of 8; New York 6 of 7. Goalies-- Quebec, Fiset,
0-2-1 (33 shots-28 saves), Cloutier (10:52 third, 2-1). New York, Richter
(4-2), Healy, 3-0-0 (5:39 first, 25-23). A--16,451.

Referee-- Dave Jackson. Linesmen-- Ron Finn, Brad Lazarowich.

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Washington Capitals (0-5-0) 0 1 0 - 1
Toronto Maple Leafs (4-0-0) 2 2 3 - 7

First period-- 1, Toronto, Pearson 3 (Cullen,Clarke), 7:14. 2, Toronto,
Pearson 4, 16:04.

Second period-- 3, Washington, Jones 1 (Iafrate), 1:50. 4, Toronto, Zezel 1
(Berg), 10:37. 5, Toronto, Clark 3 (Mironov), 13:00 (pp).

Third period-- 6, Toronto, Andreychuk 5 (Borschevsky,Gilmour), 5:21. 7,
Toronto, Clark 4 (Cullen,Pearson), 11:26. 8, Toronto, Borschevsky 2
(Gilmour,Andreychuk), 15:48.

Shots on goal-- Washington 10-7-11--28. Toronto 8-15-5--28. Power-play
opportunities-- Washington 0 of 5; Toronto 1 of 5. Goalies-- Washington,
Kolzig, 0-2-0 (7 shots-5 saves), Beaupre (16:04 first, 21-16). Toronto,
Potvin, 4-0-0 (28-27). A--15,608.

Referee-- Kerry Fraser. Linesmen-- Ray Scapinello, Kevin Collins.

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St. Louis Blues (3-0-0) 1 2 2 - 5
Detroit Red Wings (1-3-0) 0 0 2 - 2

First period-- 1, St. Louis, Housley 2 (Bassen,Karamnov), 3:22.

Second period-- 2, St. Louis, Miller 3, 8:09. 3, St. Louis, Housley 3 (Brown,
Shanahan), 10:13 (pp).

Third period-- 4, St. Louis, Miller 4 (Korolev,Hrkac), 3:26. 5, Detroit,
Kennedy 1 (Johnson,Chiasson), 5:21 (sh). 6, St. Louis, McRae 1 (Brown,
Bassen), 8:23. 7, Detroit, Fedorov 4 (Drake,Yzerman), 19:59.

Shots on goal-- St. Louis 10-10-15--35. Detroit 5-9-9--23. Power-play
opportunities-- St. Louis 1 of 6; Detroit 0 of 3. Goalies-- St. Louis,
Joseph, 3-0-0 (23 shots-21 saves). Detroit, Ing, 1-2-0 (35-30). A--19,875.

Referee-- Andy vanHellemond. Linesmen-- Ron Asselstine, Jerry Pateman.

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Edmonton Oilers (2-2-0) 0 1 2 - 3
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (1-2-0) 3 1 0 - 4

First period-- 1, Anaheim, Loney 2 (Hill), :54 (pp). 2, Anaheim, King 1,
18:12. 3, Anaheim, Sacco 1 (O'Connor), 19"31.

Second period-- 4, Anaheim, Houlder 1 (Yake,Hill), 7:14. 5, Edmonton,
Kravchuk 1 (Vujtek,Manson), 8:54 (pp).

Third period-- 6, Edmonton, Vujtek 1 (J.Smith), 1:35. 7, Edmonton, Ciger 1
(Corson,Arnott), 8:51 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Edmonton 8-13-10--31. Anaheim 16-7-4--27. Power-play
opportunities-- Edmonton 2 of 3; Anaheim 1 of 1. Goalies-- Edmonton,
Ranford (16 shots-13 saves), Brathwaite, 0-1-0 (0:00 second, 11-10).
Anaheim, Tugnutt, 1-1-0 (31-28). A--15,570.

Referee-- Dan Marouelli. Linesmen-- Ryan Bozak, Dan Schachte.

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NHL schedule for Thursday, 10/14...
Calgary at San Jose
Edmonton at Los Angeles
Hartford at Chicago
Ottawa at Florida
Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay


-JPC

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