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43 DETROIT FREE PRESS , , SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1991 1 1 I J jH ij V 1 1 II ' H f- I f i ! M SJ1 Lemon centers on improvement lit Horn games shaded ki gray By John Lowe Free Press Sports Writer ' LAKELAND, Fla. Chet Lemon couldn't stay healthy last season. He didn't homer between early May and ; late September. When the season ended, his totals were 12 homers and 79 RBIs for the last two seasons combined. He also endured a divorce last year. ' He moved year-round to Detroit, away from his Florida home and his four children, ages 2 to 18. And he realized his career ' might be over if he had his third straight off-season in 1991. He was a man ' walking under v'rriany clouds. . JMaybe he met ' Brad Andress ; just in time. Andress became Chet Lemon the Tigers' strength and conditioning coach last summer. His first full-time assignment was supervising the optional off-season weight lifting program at Tiger Stadi- v um. Andress, 28, was hired because 'president Bo Schembechler thinks baseball players should be in better ( Shape. Andress and his workouts 'quickly became motivators, reconfirming to the players the joy of sacri-' fice. The Andress program is based on ' pushing yourself further than your hpdy wants to go. ,,. Lemon spent the off-season in Detroit working out with Andress. Lemon gave up being near his kids so he could Cardinals' Magrane out for ?91 Free Press Wire Reports "' ST. LOUIS Cardinals left-hander Joe Magrane will have elbow surgery ' April 1 and miss the 1991 season. General manager Dal Maxvill, after consulting with team physician Dr. Stan London, said Magrane will under-, go surgery to correct medial collateral ligament damage. Magrane's surgery will be performed by orthopedic surgeon Dr. ; Frank Jobe, who also works with the TOST"! Los Angeles Dodgers. Magrane, 26, had been examined -"previously by London. j--'t Magrane's impending surgery was described by London as similar to that undergone recently by St. Louis pitch-,,,ers Ken Dayley, John Tudor, Danny i Cox, Greg Mathews and Todd Worrell. ' 1 ' "The only difference is he's got ' some (bone) chips and the others didn't," London said. , i . London said each of the operations that have sidelined Cardinals pitchers involved nerve transplants. Dayley rebounded from his 1986 surgery and pitched out of the bullpen for the past four years. He signed a three-year, $6.3 million contract with Toronto after last season. . - Tudor also was able to pitch after surgery in 1988 and led the Cardinals in wins last season before retiring. . Cox and Mathews, both of whom have pitched in the minors for the r Phillies since their surgeries in 1989. j I Worrell, who had two operations ! last year, is in camp this spring to ; attempt a comeback. t ; Magrane, 18-10 in 1989, fell to 10-i -17 last season, but had a respectable Z2159 ERA over 203 innings. He suf-I fered the injury while working out Feb. " J6, the week before pitchers and catchers reported to camp. ' CHICAGO CUBS: President Don Gren-' esko and Ryne Sandberg's agent met to : 1 discuss a contract extension for the second ' baseman that could pay him an average of i $4.5 million for five years. Sandberg's agent, j Jim Turner, rejected the Cubs' latest offer of i a 5-year, $18 million package, insisting on the ' same length but a total contract worth $24 i million. ; CHICAGO WHITE SOX: Utility player Dan-i ny Heep, who hit .174 with Boston last season, was invited to camp. Heep, 33, played j thefast two years for the Red Sox. He also has I , played for Houston, the New York Mets and i-' Los Angeles. i PITTSBURGH: Bobby Bonllla, who ' moved from third base to rightf ield last season, tl said he might move to first base this year. The Pirates must replace first baseman Sid ", Bream, who signed with Atlanta as a free agent. Offseason program helps recharge Tiger do everything possible to get ready for this season. He worked out with Andress before any other player, in late October. Soon they were joined by several others for the three-hour workouts: Alan Tram-mell, Dan Petry, Dave Bergman, Mike Henneman, Walt Terrell. They worked out three mornings a week before the holidays and for five days a week after the New Year. "Brad helped me as much mentally as physically," Lemon said. "That's because he gave me the determination. I worked so hard, I'm determined to make it work. "You don't work that hard and not expect good things to happen. You become more focused and more determined, so that everything you worked for doesn't go for naught." "The program added a new dimension to the intensity Chet already had," Andress said. Lemon, 36, hopes his improved physical condition will prevent the nagging injuries that last season limited him to 322 at-bats, a career low. He feels he hasn't lost his ability to hit 20 homers and drive in 80 runs. And he said the mental toughness that the weight lifting gave him will allow him to shrug off slumps and line-outs to third base. The workouts captured Lemon's focus. He had something else to do besides miss his kids and wonder if his career was almost over. He is in the final year of his con tract. Players his age who don't produce don't get jobs in these high-salaries times. Yet he arrived in spring training with the enthusiasm of someone in the prime of their baseball life. Then manager Sparky Anderson pumped more helium into Lemon's mood. He told him he could win back the centerfield job that he lost three years ago. Anderson isn't saying Lemon is a better centerfielder than Lloyd Mo-seby was last season. He said he wants to move Moseby to left, because centerfield is the position where he is best equipped to shuffle. Anderson also can use John Shelby in center. He also could keep center-fielder-of-the-future Milt Cuyler on the big-league club. He says he has a lot of centerfield types, so he wants flexibility there. Anderson says Lemon could win the everyday centerfielder's job. Whatever the root of Anderson's strategy, Lemon is glad to be back at his favorite position. He's convinced he can reproduce the 20-homer seasons he had often had in centerfield, because he said playing center gets him more into the game than being in right. TANANA, FOR OPENERS: Anderson said left-hander Frank Tanana will pitch Thursday's spring opener Thursday against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Vero Beach, Fla. "Tanana will probably start the regular-season opener, too," Anderson said. If that holds true, Tanana will be the first pitcher other than Jack Morris to start on Opening Day (April 8 vs. Yankees at Tiger Stadium) since Dave Rozema in 1979. Morris signed with the Minnesota Twins as a free agent. v .IV ! i ' 1 1 .jv 1:Vav1"VA'.. JULIAN H. GONZALEDetrott Free Press Cecil Fielder's squatting exercise, aided by Tigers strength and conditioning coach Brad Andress, breaks up pitcher Mike Henneman. Tigers' off-season additions are well worth the weight CHARLIE VINCENT, from Page IB If that seems like a lot of wasted chances, keep in mind that a strikeout at least prevents slow-running big men from grounding into double plays. Anderson insists he will do something else to avoid double plays this season, too. But, unless you just came to town on the last load of strawberries, you know what Anderson says one day does not necessarily hold true the next. For the moment, though, the "in" word is: Bunt. He has promised that two entire days of training camp will be devoted to bunting days when he will not allow a bat to be swung. "Sometimes during exhibition games, we'll bunt just for the practice," said Anderson, who has said he will instruct Fielder to bunt in certain situations because "even with him, the odds of knocking the ball out of the park aren't too good." The Tigers have not been a good bunting club under Anderson. They made only 36 sacrifice bunts last season third fewest in the American League and Fielder had none. Probably the best bunter is utility man Tony Phillips, whose off-season weight program has bulked him up over last season's weight of 175. Anderson probably expects more from Phillips than from anyone else. "He is such an important player, because he leaves other people free and because he can do so many things," Anderson said. "He is the first one I've had in my career who can do all the things he can do well. He never hurts you." Phillips won't have a regular place in the lineup, but because of his versatility Anderson will find a spot for him somewhere almost every day. The everyday lineup will have Tettleton behind the plate, Fielder at first, Lou Whitaker at second, Alan Trammell at shortstop and Travis Fryman at third, with Deer, Lloyd Moseby and Chet Lemon in the outfield. And while everybody is scratching their heads about the pitching, it is hard to envision anything worse than what Tigers fans have received the past two seasons, despite the loss of Jack Morris. Numbers tell the story of a deteriorating pitching staff. In 1987, the Tigers' 4.02 ERA was third best in the American League. In 1989 (4.53) and 1990 (4.39), it was the worst. Bill Gullickson, signed to a two-year, $3.7 million free agent contract, seems the logical man to get the bulk of the 200-plus innings that Morris used to pitch, but Anderson admits, "Gullickson is one guy I don't know anything about because he's a National Leape guy." Gullickson, who at 6-3, 220 fits right into the heavyweight locker room, has five 200 inning-plus seasons but pitched only 48 innings in the American League none against the Tigers in a brief 1987 tour with the Yankees. Gullickson, a control pitcher who walked 61 in 193V3 innings with Houston last season, conjures up a drab description of himself. "I let 'em hit the ball and hope somebody catches it," he said. "It's pretty basic. It's really no mystery." Like Gullickson, the Tigers are a team without a lot of glitter and glitz , and whose faults lie not far below the surface.' But there is something about it, too even before the first exhibition game that makes me think it will not be as bad as some fear. Sparky's magic number for Tigers is 3.75 TIGERS, from Page IB -i ' -reached. ; "This may be the best lineup I've Jiad in Detroit," Anderson said. "But ';there are going to be days we don't spore, and we're going to need pitching." 5 Those days most likely will come against many of the exceptional starters in the American League West. The Tigers led the American League with 172 homers last season, but were homerless in one-third of their games. Only four AL teams had an ERA of 3.75 or lower. Boston, Ihe division champion, was the only East team among the four at 3.72. In the Tigers' two first-place seasons since Anderson arrived, their team ERAs were a league-low 3.49 in 1984, and a third-best 4.02 in 1987, a record-setting offensive season. By John Lowe 1 Sun. Mob. Tim. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat Tir7 "T" IT" lif T- ' i ; - Z. Del 5. i:bev'5,s i:M43 Mon. 3 RteS (OT) 3 4 S 6 ? I TT i;NYlil Minn. 7.35 7:35 2:35 CIV CTV TV StL NYR Hart. Bos. 7:05 7:35 7:35 1:35 CTV TV CTV McDougalFs play earns extended stay BY CORKY MEINECKE Free Press Sports Writer Red Wings forward Bill McDougall is like that stray dog your kid brings home, the one that you vow to get rid of after a couple days but end up making a member of the family. Last season, Erie of the East Coast Hockey League loaned McDougall to the Adirondack Wings. The understanding was that McDougall would play no more than two games with the Wings' top minor league affiliate. But then McDougall scored five points. He was named the No. 1 star in the first game, and the second star in the second. He was returned to Erie, but it wasn't long before Adirondack signed him. And a month after that, he signed a contract with the Wings. Basically the same thing happened this week. McDougall was recalled from Adirondack Wednesday, but Wings coach Bryan Murray told him his stay would last one day. Then McDougall played well in a 5-3 win over Montreal, and Murray extended his stay. "I'm just happy to be here for another game," McDougall said before the Wings played the New Jersey Devils Friday night. "I can do better. I was a little nervous, and I tried not to do too much." FEDEROV HONORED: Wings center Sergei Fedorov was named rookie of the month in the NHL. Fedorov had eight goals and 15 assists in 14 February games, including five power-play goals and a game-winner. Fedorov edged Boston Bruins rookie Ken Hodge, who had 11 goals and 15 points in 11 games. VETS' NIGHT: Wings fans who plan to attend Tuesday night's game against Quebec are asked to donate personal care items soap, tooth paste, shampoo, etc. for patients at the Veterans hospitals in Allen Park and Ann Arbor. Specially marked bins will be at each arena entrance. red whgs statistics Through Thursday PLAYER OP O A PT8 - PM PP SH GW 8HT8 Yzerman 67 47 48 95 4 34 11 5 4 276 Fedorov 64 30 43 73 13 36 11 3 5 211 Racine 4973239 5 24 201 104 Carson 51 16 22 38 5 18 4 1 2 145 Burr 67 16 22 38 10 80 4 0 4 137 Barr 63 16 18 34 16 53 2 1 1 90 Garpenlov 61 15 19 34 -4 14 2 0 2 76 Ysebaert 40 10 14 24 1 8 3 0 0 89 Ysabaert 51 14 17 31 0 14 4 0 0 103 Prober! 43 13 17 30 2 265 3 0 3 70 'Crossman 400 0 -6 17 000 0 Crossman 61 52530 -23 4830 0 93 Fedyk 56 14 15 29 17 31 0 0 0 64 Gallant 45 10 16 26 6 111 3 0 1 82 Zombo 65 3 17 20 3 51 0 0 0 53 Chlasson 38 3 15 18 -1 74 1 0 1 92 HabscheJd 41 98 17 -5 20 0 4 1 45 Green 57 2 14 16 8 20 0 0 0 32 Prlmeau 49 3 11 14 -11 89 0 0 1 27 McCrimmon 51 0 11 11 6 65 0 0 0 34 Chabot 27 S 5 10 64201 26 Kocur 51 5 4 9 -5 249 0 0 0 67 Dollas 47 3 5 8 8 18 0 0 1 51 McKay 47 1 7 8 -15 183 0 0 0 22 Cheveldae 5605 5 02000 0 'Marsh 11 1 2 3 1 12 0 0 0 6 Marsh 3312 3 -52700O 24 McDougall 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Hanton 16 00 0 04000 0 0QAUE3 OP MIN AVQ W-l-T 80 GA 8H 8VS Hanton 16 764 3.14 4-5-3 0 40 384 .896 Cheveldae 56 3114 3.60 24-23-5 1 187 1501 .875 Tim 67 4074 3.68 28-31-8 1 250 1983 .874 Statistic with Detroit MIL Standings Campbell Conference NORRIS W L T PT8 OF OA HOME AWAY y-St. Louis 39 18 8 86 260 206 21-6-6 1 8-12-2 y-Chicago 39 21 6 84 221 173 22-7-3 17-14-3 Detroit 28 31 8 64 234 250 23-11-0 5-20-6 Minnesota 21 32 12 54 205 221 13-14-6 8-18-6 Toronto 18 40 7 43 195 270 12-20-2 6-20-5 SMYTHE WIT PT8 OF OA HOME AWAY y-LosAng. 38 20 7 83 278 206 21-8-4 17-12-3 Calgary 35 22 7 77 271 208 20-7-2 1 5-15-5 Edmonton 30 30 4 64 221 216 18-11-2 12-19-2 Winnipeg 23 34 11 57 227 242 15-1 W 8-19-6 Vancouver 24 36 7 55 206 258 15-14-4 9-22-3 Wales Conference ADAMS W L T PT8 OF OA HOME AWAY y-Boston 37 20 8 82 243 215 22-7-3 15-13-5 y-Montreal 32 25 8 72 221 205 19-11-3 13-14-5 Buffalo 24 25 16 64 226 222 11-11-10 13-14-6 Hartford 28 30 7 63 196 219 16-13-3 12-17-4 Quebec 12 42 11 35 184 295 6-19-7 6-23-4 PATRICK W L T PT8 OF OA HOME AWAY Rangers 32 22 12 76 248 208 19-9-6 13-13-6 Phila. 31 27 8 70 219 205 17-12-5 14-15-3 Pittsburgh 32 29 4 68 279 251 21-11-1 11-18-3 NewJers. 27 27 11 65 227 217 197 8-19-4 Wash. 28 32 5 61 208 226 16-11-3 12-21-2 Islanders 21 36 9 51 188 244 12-16-6 9-20-3 y-cllnched playoff berth Top four team In each division make the playoffs FRIDAY'S RESULTS New Jersey at Detroit, Inc. Pittsburgh at Calgary, Inc. Minnesota at Edmonton, Inc. Montreal at Vancouver, Inc. THURSDAY'S RESULTS BOSTON 5, NY Islanders 0 Buffalo 5, QUEBEC 1 CHICAGO 6, Hartford 3 NY Rangers 4, ST. LOUIS 4 LOS ANGELES 4, Winnipeg 2 TODAY'S GAMES Buffalo at Boston, 1:35 St. Louis at Philadelphia, 7:35 Hartford at Quebec, 7:35 Islanders at Washington, 7:35 Minnesota at Calgary, 8:05 Montreal at Edmonton, 8:05 NY Rangers at Toronto, 8:05 Winnipeg at Los Ang., 10:35 SUNDAY'S GAMES Toronto at Hartford, 7:05 Boston at New Jersey, 7:05 Vancouver at Chicago, 8:35 (Home teams In CAPITALS) X ' ' fall fsr r,IIM.,,J FRED JEWELlAP The Whalers' Grant Jennings, right, really gets a hold on Mike Peluso during Chicago's 6-3 victory Thursday. Goalie tends to be big deal for Kings Free Press Wire Reports INGLEWOOD, Calif. When Daniel Berthiaume was acquired by the Los Angeles Kings in the off-season, it was considered no big deal. Now it appears to be their biggest deal of the season. With a 20-8-2 record, the unheralded goaltender has been a key factor in the Kings' rise to the top of the Smythe Division. Thursday nights performance was typical, with Berthiaume making 23 saves to lead a 4-2 victory over Winnipeg. "He's just been playing so well overall," Kings coach Tom Webster said. Berthiaume, who stopped 23 shots, won his third straight and improved his record against Smythe opponents to 7-1-1. "He just comes to work, and I love that attitude," said Kings goaltender coach Cap Raeder of Berthiaume, who was picked up in a deal with the Minnesota North Stars. The victory was the sixth in a row for the Kings who earlier had seven consecutive wins, tops in the league this season. With the victory, the Kings moved six points ahead of the Calgary Flames in the Smythe and assured themselves of finishing no worse than third. Winnipeg remained two points ahead of Vancouver for the division's fourth and final playoff spot. "This is really the first time I've been in a tight race like this," Los Angeles center Wayne Gretzky said. "With Edmonton, we were usually 14, 15 points up by February or March, and you didn't have the same intensity. "Here, every game is like a playoff game and we are always looking at Calgary behind us. It's a great feeling." Rob Blake, Mike Donnelly, Marty McSorley and Luc Robitaille scored for Los Angeles. Pat Elynuik and Ed Olzcyk scored Winnipeg's goals. Boston 5, NY Islanders 0: Ray Bourque scored a goal and assisted on three by rookie Ken Hodge for the Bruins. It was Hodge's second hat trick of the season; his first was Feb. 5 against Edmonton. Andy Moog, starting his first game since Jan. 31, stopped 19 shots for his 12th shutout third this season. Buffalo 5, Quebec 1: Dave Andreychuk scored the tie-breaker in the second period, and Benoit Hogue clinched it with two third-period goals as the host Sabres kept the Nordiques winless in their last 12 games. St. Louis 4, NY Rangers 4: Sergio Momesso's goal at 8:08 of the third period tied it for the host Blues, 7-2-1 in their last 10 games. Chicago 6, Hartford 3: Greg Gilbert and Wayne Presley scored 54 seconds apart in the second period as the host Blackhawks beat the Whalers for the first time in three tries. NOTEBOOK: The Boston Bruins sent defenseman Allen Pedersen to their AHL club in Maine. In 57 games, Pedersen had two goals and six assists. NHL Summaries Thursday Blackhawks 6, Whalers 3 -1 I 1-3 Hartford ......mim Chicago . ,....2 J 2-4 lit; 1, Chicago, Roenlck 34 (Chellos, Wilson), 6:39 (pp). 2, Chicago, Goulel 23 (Rowick, Larmer), 9:14. 3, Hartford, Cun-nevworth 7 (Cvr, Dlneen), 1034. Penalties! Houda, Har 4:34; Samuelsson, Har 5:44. 2nd 4, Chicago, Gilbert 7 (Graham. Konrovd), 24. 5, Chicago, Presley 11 (Crekjhlon, Thomas), 1:18. 6, Hartford, R Brown 22 (Francis, Dlneen), 17.09 Penalties: Samuelsson, Har, minor-maior 5fl8: Presley, Chi, minor-maior 5.-08; Roenlck, Chi 102; Manson, Chi 10:01; Holik, Har 1039; Chellos, Chi 10-38; Chelios, Chi 1504. 3rd 7, Chicago, Graham 18 (Gilbert. Murray), 1:19. 8, Chicago, Wilson 10 (Larmer, Murray), 11:58. 9, Hartford, Jennings 1, 18:38. Penalties: Tomlak, Har 4:40; Francis, Har 1021; Thomas, Chi 1021; Manson, Chi 13:15. Shots: Hartford 6-4-10-22. Chicago 13-7-14-34. Power plays: Hartford 0 of 4; Chicago 1 of 3. Goalies: Hartford, Sldor-kiewlci, (record 21-20-4, 34 shots-28 saves), Whllmore (13:50 third, 2 shots-2 saves). Chicago, Beffour, (34-17-5). A: 17,407. Referee: Mark Faucelte. Rangers 4, Blues 4 NY Rangers .....0 3 1 0-4 St. Louis ... 1 2 1 0-4 1st: 1, St. Louis, Stevens 4 (Sutler, P.Cavalllnl), 5:31. Penalties: Rocheforl, NY, 11.-01; Bassen, StL, 1434. 2nd: 2, New York, Mullen 14 (Ogrod-nlck), 4:40. 3, New York, Gartner 36 (King), 737. 4, New York. Nicholls 24 (Miller, Gartner), 8:34. 5, SI. Louis, Brlnd' Amour 14 (Oates, P.Cavallini), 9:14. 4, St. Louis, CourtnaN 27 (Wilson), 10:18. Penalties: Turcotte, NY, :40; Momesso, SIL, 3:40; Snepsls, StL, 4:29; Moller, NY, 14:54; Klslo, NY, major-name misconduct (spearing), 1824; Momesso, StL, 18:24. 3rd 7, New York, Gartner 37, 4:08. 8, St. Louis, Momesso 10 (Wilson, Tllley), 808. Penalty. Nicholls, NY, 5:18. Shots: New York 10-13-7-1-31. St. Louis 12-11-11-4-40. Power plays: New York 0-of 3; St. Louis 0 of 4. Goalies: New York, Richter, (record 18-9-4). SI. Louis, Jablonski, (1-0-1). 17,039. Referee: Andy vanHellemond. Bruins 5, Islanders 0 Janney), 17:04 (pp). 3, Boston, Bourque 15 (Lazaro, Neelv), 19:17. Penalties: Galley, Bos 4:55; Chynowelh, NY 12:17; Chyjowski, NY 14:17. 3rd 4, Boston, Hodge 22 (Bourque. Jannev). 1:47 (pp). 5, Boston, Neely 40 (Janney), 3:13. Penalties: Berg, NY :40; Galley, Bos 4:23; Hodge, Bos 1535. Shots New York 7-7-5-19. Boston 8-14-7-29. Power plays: New York 0 of 4; Boston 2 of 3. Goalies: New York, Hackelt, (record 5-16-1). Boston, Moog, (22-9-7). A: 14,448. Referee: Paul Stewart. . Sabres 5, Nordiques 1 .1 I 3-5 0 1 0-1 Buffalo . Quebec 1st: 1, Buffalo, Ledyard 3 (Mogllny, Turgeon), 1:04. Penalties: Mogllny. Buf, 9:12; Kennedy, Buf, major (flghling), 9:12; GIHis, Que, 912; Finn, Que, maior (fighting), 912; Ray, Buf, 1509. 2nd 2, Quebec, Glllls 3 (Vermelte, Miller), 237. 3, Buffalo, Andreychuk 27 (Hawerchuk, Ruullu), 3:29 (pp). Penalties: Twist, Que, 3:04; Holier, Buf. 10:09; Ramsey, Buf, 14:44; Wells, Buf, 20:00; Glllls, Que, 20O0. 3rd 4, Buffalo, Turgeon 27 (Haller), 204. 5, Buffalo, Hogue 15 (Valve, Ruullu), 7:55. 4, Buffalo, Hogue 14 (Krupp), 1220. Penalties: GIHis, Que, 2:18; Wolanln, Que, 334; Finn, Que, 14:54. Shots: Buffalo 10-9-21-31.Quebec!3-9-7-29. Power plays: Buffalo 1 of 4; Quebec 0 of 3. Goalies: Buffalo, Malarchuk (record, 10-11-8). Quebec, Clouller (4-8-1). A: 15,040. Referee: Mike McGeough. Kings 4, Jets 2 Wlmioeo . Los Angeles NY Islanders 0 0 0-0 Boston - 0 3 2-5 1st: Penalties: Markwart, Bos 13:52; Bvram, NY, minor-misconduct 1907; B.Sweeney, Bos, mlnor-mlscondud 1907, 2nd 1, Boston, Hodge 20 (Bourque, Skrlko), 3:12. 2, Boston, Hodge 21 (Bourque, J 0 1-2 l.t. 1 I - . i-- Bi.L. a If . I. . . Tonelll), 408 (pp). 2, Winnipeg, Elynuik 27 (Sleen, Olczyk), 15:17 (pp). 3, Los Angeles, McSorley 4 (Robinson), 14:51. Penalties: Carlyle, Win, 233; Granalo, LA, 724; Cole, Wlr924; Miller, LA, 10:43; Mclnlyre, LA, 2nd 4, Los Angeles, M.Donnelly 4 (Biugstad, Kudelskl), 11:44. Penalties: NlDonnelly, LA, 3:14; Housley, Win, 434; MacDermtd, Win, 8:12; Granalo, LA, 8:12; G.Donnelty, Win, 834; Blake, LA, 14:10; Carlyle, Win, 15:45; Mclnlyre, LA, 15:45; Eagles, Win, 1703; Arnlei, Win, 1703,-Cronin, Win, game misconduct, 1703; Blake, LA, 17.03; Halkldls, LA, 19:52. 3rd 5, Winnipeg, Olicyk 24 (Sleen, Housley), 924 (pp). 4, Los Angeles, Robllallle 37 (Taylor, Biugstad), 17;48. Penalties: Granalo, LA, 439; Granalo, LA, 9:12; 'Olczyk, Win, 10:52; Arnlel, Win, 12:40 Shots: Winnipeg 7-12-4-25. Los Angeles 11-11-11-33. Power plays: Winnipeg 2 of 8; Los Angeles 1 of 7. Goalies: Winnipeg, Tabaracd (record, 4-7-4). Los Angeles, Berthlaumei (?0-8-2). A: 16,005. Referee: Ron Hoggarlh. A

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