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NHL RESULTS FOR GAMES PLAYED 20 NOVEMBER 1993

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NHL RESULTS FOR GAMES PLAYED 19, 20 OCTOBER 1993

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Eastern Conference

Atlantic W L T Pt GF GA Northeast W L T Pt GF GA
NY Rangers 14 5 2 30 78 55 Boston 10 4 6 26 68 51
New Jersey 14 5 0 28 73 48 Pittsburgh 11 7 4 26 78 78
Philadelphia 13 8 1 27 95 91 Montreal 10 7 3 23 58 49
Florida 8 10 3 19 60 65 Quebec 7 11 2 16 74 73
Washington 9 11 0 18 57 65 Buffalo 6 11 1 13 66 70
NY Islanders 6 12 1 13 65 68 Ottawa 5 11 2 12 67 87
Tampa Bay 5 14 2 12 49 67 Hartford 4 14 2 10 54 82

Western Conference

Central W L T Pt GF GA Pacific W L T Pt GF GA
Toronto 15 3 4 34 85 57 Calgary 14 5 3 31 84 68
St. Louis 12 4 3 27 64 56 Vancouver 12 7 0 24 66 57
Dallas 10 8 4 24 76 70 Los Angeles 9 9 2 20 76 77
Chicago 10 8 2 22 68 59 San Jose 7 12 4 18 51 68
Winnipeg 8 11 2 19 73 83 Anaheim 5 13 2 12 55 74
Detroit 8 9 3 17 73 68 Edmonton 3 16 3 9 59 86

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Friday's Results:

Winnipeg Jets 0 0 0 - 0
Buffalo Sabres 1 4 1 - 6

First period-- 1, Buffalo, Mogilny 9 (Bodger,Fuhr), 11:44 (pp).

Second period-- 2, Buffalo, Audette 2 (May,Plante), 3:14 (pp). 3, Buffalo,
Hawerchuk 7 (Mogilny), 4:39. 4, Buffalo, Presley 5 (Smehlik), 12:52. 5,
Buffalo, Mogilny 10 (Hawerchuk,Smehlik), 16:08.

Third period-- 6, Buffalo, Mogilny 11 (Hawerchuk,Khmyley), 1:46 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Winnipeg 12-3-7--22. Buffalo 11-15-8--34. Power-play
opportunities-- Winnipeg 0 of 5; Buffalo 3 of 5. Goalies-- Winnipeg,
Essensa, 8-9-2 (23 shots-18 saves), Beauregard (16:47 second, 11-10).
Buffalo, Fuhr, 5-7-1 (22-22). A--14,745.

Referee-- Brien Ricci. Linesmen-- Bill Doiron, John Gould.

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New York Rangers 1 2 2 - 5
Tampa Bay Lightning 2 1 0 - 3

First period-- 1, New York, Tikkanen 11 (Larmer), 2:55 (sh). 2, Tampa Bay,
Zamuner 1 (Gallant), 15:24. 3, Tampa Bay, Andersson 4 (Tucker,Gratton),
19:52.

Second period-- 4, Tampa Bay, Bureau 1 (Savard), 2:59. 5, New York, Graves 14
(Leetch), 6:19. 6, New York, Graves 15 (Zubov,Larmer), 19:59 (pp).

Third period-- 7, New York, Tikkanen 12 (Kovalev), 4:20. 8, New York, Kovalev
4 (Amonte), 19:35.

Shots on goal-- New York 17-9-12--38. Tampa Bay 11-9-11--31. Power-play
opportunities-- New York 1 of 4; Tampa Bay 0 of 5. Goalies-- New York,
Richter, 9-4-2 (31 shots-28 saves). Tampa Bay, Puppa, 4-11-2 (38-33).
A--19,993.

Referee-- Tom Monahan. Linesmen-- Chip Tyson, Ian Nathanson.

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Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 2 3 1 - 6
Vancouver Canucks 1 1 1 - 3

First period-- 1, Anaheim, Ewen 3 (Corkum), 1:26. 2, Anaheim, Semenov 7, 4:26.
3, Vancouver, Courtnall 7 (Lumme,Murzyn), 8:53.

Second period-- 4, Anaheim, Ladoceur 1 (Van Allen,Williams), 3:07. 5,
Vancouver, Ronning 5 (Slegr), 6:59. 6, Anaheim, Douris 3 (Semenov,Valk),
11:15. 7, Anaheim, Valk 5 (Hill,Semenov), 18:07 (pp).

Third period-- 8, Vancouver, Linden 12 (Lumme,Courtnall), 6:29. 9, Anaheim,
Sacco 3 (Corkum,Dollas), 9:55.

Shots on goal-- Anaheim 10-11-3--23. Vancouver 15-16-16--47. Power-play
opportunities-- Anaheim 1 of 2; Vancouver 0 of 2. Goalies-- Anaheim,
Tugnutt, 3-5-1 (47 shots-44 saves). Vancouver, Whitmore, 4-3-0 (24-18).
A--15,550.

Referee-- Mike Rebus. Linesmen-- Dave McClellan, Dave Shaw.

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Detroit Red Wings (8-9-1) 3 0 0 1 - 4
New Jersey Devils (14-5-0) 1 2 0 0 - 3

Vyacheslav Kozlov stepped from behind the Devils goal unmolested just :29 of
overtime to lead the Red Wings over the Devils.

First period-- 1, Detroit, Kozlov 3 (Fedorov,Lidstrom), :43. 2, Detroit,
Sheppard 10 (Sillinger,Drake), 3:23 (pp). 3, Detroit, Fedorov 13 (Lidstrom,
Kozlov), 9:19. 4, New Jersey, Semak 8 (Lemieux,Zelepukin), 16:29.

Second period-- 5, New Jersey, Zelepukin 8 (Semak,Daneyko), 5:40. 6, New
Jersey, Richer 7 (MacLean), 8:41.

Third period-- None.

Overtime-- 7, Detroit, Kozlov 4 (Fedorov,LaPointe), :29.

Shots on goal-- Detroit 7-12-9-2--30. New Jersey 9-9-7-0--25. Power-play
opportunities-- Detroit 1 of 3; New Jersey 0 of 2. Goalies-- Detroit,
Cheveldae, 1-0-0 (25 shots-22 saves). New Jersey, Terreri, 8-2-0 (30-26).
A--18,104.

Referee-- Kevin Mallin. Linesmen-- Paul Flaherty, Derrick Waslak.

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Philadelphia Flyers (13-8-1) 2 3 0 0 - 5
Boston Bruins (10-4-6) 1 3 1 0 - 5

Boston rallied from three goals down to extend their unbeaten streak to
games, led by two goals and an assist from Adam Oates.

First period-- 1, Philadelphia, Brind'Amour 9 (Dineen), :44. 2, Boston,
Oates 8 (Bourque,Neely), 7:50 (pp). 3, Philadelphia, Yushkevich 3 (Recchi,
Renberg), 16:46.

Second period-- 4, Philadelphia, Butsayev 6 (Racine), 1:55. 5, Philadelphia,
Fedyk 5 (Recchi), 8:53. 6, Boston, Oates 9 (Sweeney,Neely), 10:44. 7,
Boston, Heinze 5 (Shaw,Smolinski), 11:35. 8, Boston, Neely 14 (Stanton,
Oates), 16:28 (pp). 9, Philadelphia, Recchi 12 (Racine,Galley), 18:51 (pp).

Third period-- 10, Boston, Donato 5 (Wesley), :33.

Overtime-- None.

Shots on goal-- Philadelphia 6-10-7-0--23. Boston 15-9-16-3--43. Power-play
opportunities-- Philadelphia 1 of 4; Boston 2 of 5. Goalies-- Philadelphia,
Soderstrom, 0-3-1 (43 shots-38 saves). Boston, Casey, 8-2-5 (23-18).
A--14,448.

Referee-- John Gallagher. Linesmen-- Marc Khedouri, Dennis Sholes.

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Winnipeg Jets (8-11-3) 1 2 2 0 - 5
Quebec Nordiques (7-11-2) 3 2 0 0 - 5

Thomas Steen netted his ninth goal of the season with 4:24 remaining in the
third period to give the Jets a tie with the Nordiques.

First period-- 1, Quebec, Gusarov 1, :56. 2, Quebec, Kamensky 5 (Sundin,
Young), 5:28. 3, Quebec, Simon 2, 6:05. 4, Winnipeg, Zhamnov 9 (Shannon,
Ysebaert), 12:43.

Second period-- 5, Winnipeg, Selanne 11 (Zhamnov), :48. 6, Winnipeg,
Ysebaert 2 (Zhamnov,Shannon), 2:58. 7, Quebec, Gelinas 4, 9:18. 8,
Quebec, Kamensky 6 (Lapointe,Sakic), 19:03.

Third period-- 9, Winnipeg, Barnes 5 (Borsato,Kennedy), 1:15. 10, Winnipeg,
Steen 9 (Emerson,Quintal), 15:36.

Overtime-- None.

Shots on goal-- Winnipeg 9-9-12-0--30. Quebec 12-7-8-2--29. Power-play
opportunities-- Winnipeg 1 of 4; Quebec 0 of 3. Goalies-- Winnipeg,
Beauregard, 0-2-1 (29 shots-24 saves). Quebec, Cloutier, 1-1-1 (30-25).
A--14,416.

Referee-- Darryl Borden. Linesmen-- Ray Jollimore, Luc Charron.

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Chicago Blackhawks (10-8-2) 1 2 0 - 3
Tampa Bay Lightning (5-14-2) 1 1 2 - 4

Brian Bradley tied the game at the 22 second mark of the third period and
John Tucker scored with 4:21 remaining as the Lightning snapped Chicago's
six-game winning streak.

First period-- 1, Chicago, Matteau 6 (Murphy,Roenick), 3:39. 2, Tampa Bay,
Klima 5 (Gratton,Dufresne), 7:57.

Second period-- 3, Chicago, Kucera 3 (Matteau,Graham), 4:19. 4, Chicago,
Murphy 9 (Roenick,Chelios), 4:37 (pp). 5, Tampa Bay, Klima 6 (Bradley,
Tucker), 17:27.

Third period-- 6, Tampa Bay, Bradley 6 (Tucker), :22. 7, Tampa Bay, Tucker 7
(LiPuma,Bradley), 15:39.

Shots on goal-- Chicago 9-7-8--24. Tampa Bay 12-15-10--37. Power-play
opportunities-- Chicago 1 of 4; Tampa Bay 0 of 4. Goalies-- Chicago,
Belfour, 10-6-1 (37 shots-33 saves). Tampa Bay, Jablonski, 1-3-0 (24-21).
A--22,086.

Referee-- Gorde Buchanan. Linesmen-- Chip Tyson, Ian Nathanson.

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Washington Capitals (9-11-0) 2 1 0 - 3
Florida Panthers (8-10-3) 1 2 1 - 4

Brent Severyn tallied on a breakaway with 2:42 remaining in the third period to
end a Panthers three-game losing streak by beating Washington 4-3.

First period-- 1, Florida, Murphy 6 (Lomakin,Mellanby), 5:19 (pp). 2,
Washington, Burridge 9 (Hatcher,Johansson), 9:31 (pp). 3, Washington,
Bondra 9 (Miller,Ridley), 17:56.

Second period-- 4, Florida, Davydov 2 (Lowry,Fitzgerald), 4:04 (pp). 5,
Florida, Skrudland 4 (Levins), 4:46. 6, Washington, Bondra 10 (Johansson,
Cote), 12:54.

Third period-- 7, Florida, Severyn 3 (Skrudland), 17:18.

Shots on goal-- Washington 11-9-9--29. Florida 5-7-5--17. Power-play
opportunities-- Washington 1 of 7; Florida 2 of 5. Goalies-- Washington,
Beaupre, 5-4-0 (17 shots-13 saves). Florida, Vanbiesbrouck, 7-6-2 (29-26).
A--14,441.

Referee-- Chuck Harrison. Linesmen-- Steve Miller, Rick Galipault.

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San Jose Sharks (7-12-4) 1 0 2 - 3
Hartford Whalers (4-14-2) 0 2 0 - 2

Gaetan Duchesne scored twice and Sandis Ozolinsh scored the game-winner at
13:45 of the third period as the Sharks remained hot, beating the Whalers.

First period-- 1, San Jose, Duchesne 3 (Elik,Zettler), 16:10.

Second period-- 2, Hartford, Kron 5 (Pronger,Propp), 4:15. 3, Hartford,
Turcotte 4 (Propp), 9:25.

Third period-- 4, San Jose, Duchesne 4 (Falloon,Elik), 6:59. 5, San Jose,
Ozolinsh 4 (Makarov,Norton), 13:45.

Shots on goal-- San Jose 6-2-5--13. Hartford 4-8-8--20. Power-play
opportunities-- San Jose 0 of 3; Hartford 0 of 4. Goalies-- San Jose, Irbe,
5-9-4 (20 shots-18 saves). Hartford, Pietrangelo, 4-9-1 (13-10). A--11,203.

Referee-- Brien Ricci. Linesmen-- Scott Adams, Chuck Wynters.

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Pittsburgh Penguins (11-7-4) 1 0 1 0 - 2
Montreal Canadiens (10-7-3) 1 1 0 0 - 2

Rick Tocchet knocked in a goal off the skate of Montreal's Mike Keane on a
power-play with 7:42 remaining in the third to give the Pens a tie at Montreal.

First period-- 1, Pittsburgh, Murphy 5 (Tocchet,Jennings), 4:58. 2, Montreal,
Keane 5 (DiPietro,Haller), 7:11 (pp).

Second period-- 3, Montreal, Carbonneau 2 (Muller), 19:55.

Third period-- 4, Pittsburgh, Tocchet 7 (Francis,Stevens), 12:18 (pp).

Overtime-- None.

Shots on goal-- Pittsburgh 7-6-12-1--26. Montreal 10-10-7-4--31. Power-play
opportunities-- Pittsburgh 1 of 5; Montreal 1 of 4. Goalies-- Pittsburgh,
Wregget, 5-2-1 (31 shots-29 saves). Montreal, Roy, 9-5-3 (26-24).
A--17,631.

Referee-- Luc Lachapelle. Linesmen-- Alex Stobo, Steve Corlyon.

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Calgary Flames (14-5-3) 3 0 0 - 3
Dallas Stars (10-8-4) 1 1 2 - 4

Paul Cavallini's first goal of the season at 9:21 of the third broke a 3-3 tie
to lift the Stars over the Flames. Calgary had been unbeaten in six games.

First period-- 1, Calgary, Titov 8 (Otto,Reichel), 6:00 (pp). 2, Calgary,
MacInnis 8 (Drury), 13:14 (pp). 3, Calgary, Reichel 8 (Walz,Kisio), 15:57
(pp). 4, Dallas, Dahlen 6 (Modano,Courtnall), 16:18 (pp).

Second period-- 5, Dallas, Modano 19 (Danlen,Courtnall), 2:01.

Third peiod-- 6, Dallas, N.Broten 7 (Cavallini,McPhee), 4:39. 7, Dallas,
Cavallini 1 (Dahlen,Evason), 9:21 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Calgary 13-8-3--24. Dallas 14-10-11--35. Power-play
opportunities-- Calgary 3 of 8; Dallas 2 of 9. Goalies-- Calgary, Vernon,
10-2-1 (35 shots-31 saves). Dallas, Moog (10-7), Wakaluk, 4-2-0 (13:57
first, 14-14). A--16,483.

Referee-- Mike Foy. Linesmen-- Curt Stevens, Don Moffat.

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Toronto Maple Leafs (15-3-4) 0 2 1 - 3
Edmonton Oilers (3-16-3) 1 1 0 - 2

Mark Osborne's goal with 13 seconds remaining in the third period gave the
Maple Leafs the victory at Edmonton.

First period-- 1, Edmonton, MacTavish 6 (Maltby,Byakin), 3:59.

Second period-- 2, Edmonton, Arnott 8 (Richardson,Vujtek), :25. 3, Toronto,
Cullen 7 (Anderson,Krushelnyski), 1:15. 4, Toronto, Clark 20 (Gilmour,
Andreychuk), 7:10.

Third period-- 5, Toronto, Osborne 3 (Ellett,Clark), 19:47.

Shots on goal-- Toronto 5-10-8--23. Edmonton 8-11-11--30. Missed penalty
shot-- Pearson, Edm, 5:21 second period. Power-play opportunities--
Toronto 0 of 3; Edmonton 0 of 2. Goalies-- Toronto, Rhodes, 4-0-0 (30
shots-28 saves). Edmonton, Ranford, 3-11-3 (23-20). A--17,503.

Referee-- Darren Loraas. Linesmen-- Roger Castle, Jerff Gardner.

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Los Angeles Kings (9-9-2) 0 0 1 - 1
St. Louis Blues (12-4-3) 2 1 1 - 4

Jeff Brown scored two goals and Curtis Joseph stopped 34 shots, only allowing
one goal, as the Blues beat the Kings in St. Louis.

First period-- 1, St. Louis, Hrkac 3 (Bozon,Hull), :28. 2, St. Louis, Janney
7 (Miller,Shanahan), 7:58.

Second period-- 3, St. Louis, Brown 4 (Shanahan,Janney), 2:57.

Third period-- 4, St. Louis, Brown 5 (Miller), 10:51. 5, Los Angeles, Zhitnik
5 (Gretzky,Kurri), 14:18 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Los Angeles 5-17-13--35. St. Louis 22-6-8--36. Power-play
opportunities-- Los Angeles 1 of 5; St. Louis 0 of 4. Goalies-- Los Angeles,
Hrudey, 8-8-2 (36 shots-32 saves). St. Louis, Joseph, 11-3-3 (35-34).
A--18,068.

Referee-- Brent Rutherford. Linesmen-- Kevin Boschert, Sam Gowan.

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NHL schedule for Sunday, 11/21...
Anaheim at Edmonton
Detroit at St. Louis
Los Angeles at Dallas
NY Islanders at Philadelphia
San Jose at Buffalo

-JPC

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