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2D CETPC T FREE PFESS. MONDAY, CECEVBER 2. 1391 Mil Birdie putt worth 8260,000 to Stew art hi Sldiis Game U.S. Open champion Payne Stewart finished the Skins Game as a spectator, but he didn't have to sit in the cheap seats. On Sunday, Stewart sank a three-foot putt worth $260,000, his biggest payday. That made him the big winner in the two-day, four-man, made-for-TV event at La Quinta, Calif. Eliminated from the two-hole, sudden-death playoff, he was with Jack Nicklaus on the sidelines when rookie John Daly beat Curtis Strange for the last $40,000 skin. Daly finished with $160,000, Strange won $120,000, and Nicklaus was shut out. Under the Skins format, the first six of the 18 holes were worth $20,000 each, the next six $30,000 and the final six $40,000. If two or more playeis tied a hole, the money carried over to the next one. Stewart won his jackpot with a three-foot birdie putt on the 14th hole. The seven previous holes had been halved. "I finally got out from under John," Stewart said. "I'd been hitting good shots, and then he'd cap me. This time he let me loose." On three other holes two Saturday and another Sunday Stewart had put his approaches within tap-in distance for birdies, but each time Daly matched or bettered him. No. 18 produced no winner, forcing a playoff. Nicklaus and Stewart each hit second shots into the water on the first playoff hole, and were eliminated. Strange and Daly matched pars and continued the playoff. Each was about 30 feet from the hole. Strange ran his putt six feet past the flag, and -' Daly lagged up close. When Strange missed coming back, Daly tapped in for the winner. Nicklaus, 51, was bothered by a chronic back condition and canceled plans to compete in the Senior Tour's season-ending event in Puerto Rico later this month. "I didn't play weD enough to compete with the way these guys played," he said. "When John hit it past me by 100 yards, I was wondering if I belonged in this league." BASEBALL San Francisco outfielder Kevin Mitchell, the 1989 National League MVP, was free on $61,000 bail after being arrested for investigation of rape, Chula Vista, Calif., authorities said. The rape was alleged to have taken place at 4 a.m. Pacific time Saturday. "The victim, an acquaintance of Mitchell's, went to his residence at his request to talk," Det Tom Everett's report said. "He dragged her into his bedroom where he forcibly raped her." Mitchell, 29, also is under investigation for rape with a foreign object, battery and false imprisonment, Lt. Art Gawf said. . . . Six offers are on the table, and free agent Bobby Bonilla might pick one as early as today, agent Dennis Gilbert said. California, both Chicago teams, the New York Mets, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are in the running. Bonilla hit .302 with 18 home runs and 100 RBIs for the Pirates last season. ! ft ... Associated Press Yeah! Payne Stewart just won $260,000 with a three-foot putt in the Skins Game. SPEED SKATING: World champion Uwe-Jens Mey won the 500 meters at Heerenveen, Netherlands, and grabbed the lead in the overall World Cup standings from American Dan Jansen. Mey finished in 36.79 seconds, Jansen in 36.85 Bonnie Blair of Champaign, HI., won a World Cup 1,000 meters at Warsaw, Poland, in 1:23.56 seconds. SWIMMING: Former Michigan star Mike Bar-rowman won his specialty, the 200-meter breastroke, in 2:12.87 at the U.S. Open Championships at Minneapolis. Australia dominated the competition with 14 gold medals, led by Glen Housman's meet-record 14:58.55 in the 1,500-meter freestyle. Monroe runner brings home national cross-country title Tennessee senior Todd Williams, a 1987 graduate of Monroe High, was a surprise winner in the National Crosscountry Championships in Boston on Saturday, fighting his way through the pack to finish the 10-kilometer course in 29 minutes, 18 seconds. The favorite, eight-time champion Pat Borders of Alamosa, Colo., finished in 29:34. The victory earned Williams, the Class A cross-country and 3,200-meter champion as a junior and senior, a berth on the U.S. team for next year's world championships in Boston. Monroe High coach Dave Bork wasn't surprised at Williams' victory: "Not a bit. He has a tremendous amount of talent, but what he has that other runners don't have, is the ability to work harder than anyone else. You put those two things together and what you have is dynamite." Lynn Jennings of Newmarket, N.H., won her fifth straight women's M ilk jyM.l..J title and sixth overall, finishing the 6K course in 19:24. FOOTBALL: Albion College senior running back Hank Wlnemsn (Berkley High) was named to the Kodak College All-America Team (Division IMII). Wineman rushed for 1,629 yards and 16 touchdowns In nine games. TENNIS: Top-seeded Mashon Washington of Swartz Creek advanced to today's 10 a.m. final of the U.S. national girls 16 indoor tennis tournament with a 6-4, 7-6 (8-6) victory over No. 4 Kim Schlff of Harrington, Del., at the Franklin Fitness Club In Southfiekl Washington will play No. 2 Anla Bletzynskl of Los Angeles, a &-0, 6-2 winner over Amanda Baslca of Rolling Hill Estates, Calif. . . . Michael Ruitall of Bloomfield Hills beat Keith Brill of Columbia S.C., 6-3, 6-4, in the semifinals of the boys 14 at Chicago. Raphael Jordan of San Francisco, P.R, defeated Geoff Abramt of Newport Beach, Calif., 3-6, 7-5, 7-6 (7-2) , in the other semifinal. Rockers lose fourth straight The frustration etched on coach Brian Tinnion's face told the tale of the Detroit Rockers' fourth straight loss, a 21-15 setback at the feet of the Harrisburg Heat. "We've been in every game, but we've had to batt'e our way back," Tinnion said. "We get ourselves in a situation where we're down early and we have to gamble to get into it." Former Rocker Ben Pollock broke a 15-15 tie 4:14 into the fourth quarter, and the Heat (3-3) scored a pair of late goals for a National Professional Soccer League win before 2,172 at Ccbo Arena on Sunday. The Rockers (2-5), who never led, trailed by as many as seven points midway through the second quarter. AP TOP 25 The final regular-season Associated Press Toe 25 college football poK, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 30, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-piace vote, and previous ranking: Record Pis Pv 1. Miami (37) 2. Washington (23) 3. Florida 4. Michigan i Florida St. 6. Perm St. 7. Iowa B- Alabama 9. Texas AS.M 10. Tennessee 11. Nebraska 12 East Carolina 13 Clemson 14 California 15 Colorado la Syracuse 17 Stanford 18 Notre Dame 19 Virginia 20 Oklahoma 21. N Carolina St. 22 UCLA 23 Tulsa 24 Georgia 25. Omo St. 11-0-0 11-0-0 10-1-0 10-1-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-1-0 10-1-0 10-1-0 9-2-0 9- 1-1 10- 1-0 9-1-1 9-2-0 1-2-1 92-0 8- 3-0 9- 3-0 1-2-1 1-3-0 9-2-0 1-3-0 92-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 1,475 1,461 1,358 1,333 1,180 1,177 1,100 1,067 1,018 10 1,000 9 955 11 786 12 763 13 712 14 602 15 591 16 575 17 517 18 460 20 268 19 217 21 195 23 172 22 161 25 129 24 Others receiving votes: Brigham Young 91, Bavior 77, Mississippi St 20. Fresno St 9, Bowling Green 5, Son Dgo St 4, Air Force 1, Kansas St. 1. UP1 TOP 25 The United Press International Top 25 college football pot, with first-place voles in parentheses, records through Nov 30 total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for 2Sth-(MC vote, and previous ranking: Reurd Pit 1. Washington (59) 2 Miami (30) 3. Michigan (1) 4 Florida 5. Perm Slate i. Florida State 7. Iowa 8 Alabama 9. Texas A&M W. Tennessee IMHI 11-0-0 10-1-0 10-1-0 10-20 10-2-0 10-1-0 10-1-0 10-1-0 9-2-0 2,219 2,180 2,026 2,024 1,759 1,740 3 1,680 7 U79 I 1,492 10 1,482 9 II Nebraska. 12. Cfemion 13 Fi r- 14. California, IS Cokxaoo, 14 Syracuse, 17. Stanford. 18 Notre Dane, y Virgme, 20. Oklahoma, 21. N Carolina St . a Ohio Stale, U. UCLA. 24. Georgia, 25. Tiisa. Others recehrine votes: Air Force. Bavior, Bowling Green, Brignam Young, Fresno Stale, Georgia Tech, Holy Cross, fnowvj, Mississippi Sielei Pittsburgh, San Dcgrkt Detroit scored four two-point goals in the third quarter to tie it, 15-15. Rookie Tim Ernst and defender Steve Boardman led the Rockers with two goals each. Detroit got single scores from Sean Bowers, Dan O'Keefe, Jay White and Victor Quni. Harrisburg's 1-2 punch of John Abe and Franklin Mcintosh caused the most problems for the Rockers. Abe had four goals while Mcintosh scored once and set up four others, including Pollock's game winner. The injury-riddled Rockers got more bad news Sunday when midfielder Doug Landefeld left the game with a strained hamstring. The Rockers play at Tulsa on Friday. By Ken McDonald U-M stays put in AP poll: 4th The Associated Press college football poll voters didn't show Miami (Fla.) and Michigan much respect again this week. For the second straight week, the No. 1 Hurricanes' lead over No. 2 Washington shrank even though they won. Despite a 39-12 victory over San Diego State, Miami's margin dwindled from 20 to 14 points. One first-place vote changed: Miami now leads, 37-23. "I think there is a bias, maybe subconsciously because of the reputation over the years," 'Canes coach Dennis Erickson said. The Wolverines stayed at No. 4 despite Florida State's 14-9 loss to Florida. The two Florida schools just changed places: The Gators leapfrogged U-M into No. 3, and the Semi-noles dropped to No. 5. SATURDAY MGHT: The "NO" on Lou Hottz'i cap must stand for "no defense." No. 18 Notre Dame (9-3) allowed 473 yards but escaped Hawai with a 48-42 victory. The Irish led. 48-28, with 5: 15 left after running back Jerome Bettlt (Detroit Mackenzie) scored his second toucTKtown. Hawaii (4-7-1) scored twice in the next 3:37, but fated to convert a second successful onside kick. The 42 points allowed was a record for an Irish victory and marked the third straight game they gave up 35 or more. . . . Clemson coach Km HatfMd got his 100th victory as the No. 13 Tigers (9-1-1. 6-0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) defeated Duke, 33-21, at Tokyo. The Bje Devils are 4-6-1. 1-6-Ol t SPORTS TODAY Television 6:10 p.m. (BSD Harness racing from Northville. 7:00 (BSD College basketball, ACC-Big East Challenge: Wake Forest vs. Connecticut at Hartford. 7:00 nan College basketbal: Florida at Jacksonville. 7:30 CEED College basketball: Michigan at Detroit Mercy (also shown at midnight). 9:00 O SI Football: Philadelphia at Houston. 9:30 CM) College basketball, ACC-Big East Challenge: North Carolina State vs. Pittsburgh at Hartford. 10:00 (2ED Michigan Footbal Highlights, midnight (EH) Coteoe basketbal: Great Alaska Shootout: Massachusetts vs. New Orleans at Anchorage, Alaska Radio 7:25 i.m. - Mitch Atom (also at 855). WLLZ-FM (98.7). 8:16 - -The Chuck Daly Report," WW J-AM (950). 4:48 p.m. - The Steve Fisher Report," WW J-AM (950). 5:00 - Sports Drive, WLQV-AM (1500). 6:10 - Sportsbeat, WPZA-AM (1050). 6:15 - Sportswrap, WJR-AM (760). 6:30 - The Wayne Fontes Show," WWJ-AM (950). 7:30 College basketbal: Michigan at Detroit Mercy, WMTG-AM (1310), WWJ-AM (950), WJR-AM (760). 9:30 Monday Night Footbal: Philadelphia at Houston, WWJ-AM (950) wi join in progress after basketbal Area events Basketball Detroit Mercy vs. Michigan, 7:30 p.m., Cobo Arena $5 general-admission tickets remain 993-1700 Harnett racing NortrrviBe Downs 12 races, 7:30 p.m., 301 S. Center St, Northvaa 349-1000. Ticket update Total Health Care Shoot Out Six high school basketbal games at Cobo Arena Dec. 21 : Detroit Southwestern vs. FW Northwestern; Detroit Pershing vs. YpsJantr, Detroit DePorres vs. Birmingharn Detroit Country Day; Saginaw vs. Charlotte; West Bloomfield vs. Birmingham Brother Rice; Bedford Bishop Borgess vs. Highland Park. Tickets are $12 VP, $8 reserved, $4 general admission. 563-90ia No harm, no foul right, Jack? Hackin' Jack Haley even his teammates call him that made a rather auspicious first start for the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday. Sure, he scored 10 points. , Sure, he grabbed 10 rebounds. And sure, the Lakers beat Philadelphia, 93-91. But check out the summary: Haley was charged with only two personal fouls in 29 minutes. Perhaps Haley heeded the words of NBA commissioner David Stern, on whose carpet he was called last season. "Last year I had eight consecutive games with a flagrant foul, so the NBA pulled me into the head office and said enough of that," Haley said. "I guess I was trying to set the record, or something. "David Stern and (league VP) Rod Thorn called me and they had a highlight film of my fouls, and they asked me to explain each one. I went with the standard response that I was going for the ball, but it was very evident that I wasn't. "They basically just said, A) it's very expensive and B) they were trying to make sure I wasn't turning into a Bill Laimbeer or a dirty player. They said they know I'm a physical player and like to play hard, and that I didn't have to be a dirty' player. I accept that. "Now I try to give very hard fouls and try not to be too flagrant." Sportspeak ... Scott Skiles, who signed a four-year, $8.4-million deal with the Orlando Magic last season, asked whether he was recruited by in-state Indiana before choosing Michigan State: "If I had a dollar for every time somebody asked me that question . . . Wait a minute. I do have a dollar for every time somebody has asked me that question." Oakland Athletics slugger Jose Canseco, offering financial advice to free agent Bobby Bonilla: "Ask for $35 million for five years. Then you and I will start our own league." Utah basketball coach Rick Majerus, on a three-day trip to California to play San Jose State on Friday: "It got us out of Utah. You can drink a beer here. You can swear here. There are places that are open at night. The sun was out. There's no snow. It was nirvana." Florida defensive tackle Tony McCoy, on Florida State's offensive line: "We watched film on them all week. The only thing that impressed me was their ability to hold." Jets tie Hawks at 19:53, win iii OT; lira Free Press Wire Reports WINNIPEG, Manitoba Winnipeg turned defeat into victory Sunday night as Thomas Steen tied the game with seven seconds left in regulation and Darrin Shannon scored 1:09 into overtime for a 3- 2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks. Shannon took a pass across the slot from Pat Elynuik and whipped the puck into the net, handing the Blackhawks their fifth straight loss and extending the Jets' unbeaten streak to seven. Steen, playing his second game of the season since returning from a back injury, backhanded a rebound for his first goal. Phil Housley also scored for the Jets and Bob Essensa stopped 25 shots. Steve Smith and Mike Peluso scored for Chicago. Nom fane shaded hi gray Sua. Moa. I Tin. I Wed. Tha. fit Sat Det. 5, St.L.7, Was. 4 Det 3 U.S. 5 Csg. NYR - N.J. OfrmptC 7:35 7.35 : 7:35 mc. TV CTV CTV Goalie injury means Bester might be back by Keith Gave Free Press Sports Writer The Red Wings' goaltending situation is more jumbled than ever today behind No. 1 Tim Cheveldae. Dave Gagnon sustained a severe left-hamstring pull Sunday night against Team USA and his relief man, Scott King, is headed back to Toledo today. Coach and general manager Bryan Murray said he expected to recall Allan Bester from Adirondack while he continued trade talks to acquire another goaltender. The Wings waived Bester this season but he went unclaimed and reported to the minors. Cheveldae got the night off Sunday, but it could be his last for a while. A deal is not imminent, Murray said before the game. After two impressive games with Toledo over the weekend, Gagnon had a chance to win playing time. He was the game's first star in a 5-3 victory over Erie and the No. 2 star in a 3-0 loss to Columbus. "He's really working on some of the things we've talked about in the month he's been here," Wings goaltending coach Phil Myre said. "He's starting to get used to just letting the puck hit him. He's so big (6-feet, 185 pounds). He has to take advantage of his size." Knee surgery will keep goalie Vincent Riendeau out until about March. He must undergo arthroscopic surgery again in two to three months to determine whether the first surgery corrected all the damage done in his first start as a Red Wing on Oct. 25. The backup Saturday night in St. Louis was King, who relieved Cheveldae in the third period of a 7-3 loss. Cheveldae has played in each of the 26 games. Saturday Night Leftovers: Rookie defenseman Nikias Lidstrom was a minus-1, the second time all season his game rating was a minus. Defenseman Vladimir Konstantinov had two assists, giving him 13, second among NHL rookies to Lidstrom's 20. Konstantinov was a plus-2 Defenseman Dennis Vial finally lost in a Wings uniform. He joined the lineup at the start of their 10-game (8-0-2) unbeaten streak. It was also the first time this season the Wings lost with defenseman Steve Chiasson in the lineup. They were 6-0-1 with him. "It was nice," Murray said of the streak. "You know you can't win every night. You know there will be nights like this. But . . . now we're going to have to start a new one Tuesday night. ..." The opponent is Calgary at Joe Louis Arena. . . . Former Red Wing Adam Oates had four assists. Brett Hull's hat trick was the 12th of his career and his 11th in St. Louis, tying him with Bernie Federko for the team record. Federko finished his career in Detroit and works in St. Louis as a TV sportscaster. 5 Edmonton 7, Vancouver 0: Bl Ranford made 33 saves and the host Otters' previously dormant ofense came to ife as Edmonton mproved to 3-0 against Smythe-leadtng Vancouver the season. '1 went a! last year without a shutout," said Ranford, who forced Greg Adams' penally shot wide in the second period and stopped Adams on a breakaway in the thrd "tt was nice to get one under my beft now." Scott MeSanby scored twice for the Oilers, who had averaged only 104 goals through their first 25 games, Edmonton announced that forward Bernie Ntchote. obtained from the New York Rangers as part of the Mark. Messier trade in October, wi report for Friday's game in Winnipeg, Oilers forward Esa Tkkanen fel hard into th boards late in the third period and might have fractured a bone in his right hand. He was taken to a hospital for X rays.; Bolton 5, Hartford 4: Peter Douris and Bob Carpenter scored 15 seconds apart in the first minute of thethtrrj period, giving the host Bruins a 4-1 lead Boston moved one point ahead of Hartford into second place in the Adams. Hartford got within 4-3 and 5-4, the latter on Murray Craven's shorthanded goal with 1:52 remaining, Four Wings U hurl in 44 tie : RED WINGS, from Page ID attended the game. And when nearly 20,000 show up when the NHL schedule resumes Tuesday, they will see a less talented Wings team because of the injuries. "Losing Paul, that's a big loss," Murray said. "He's a guy who's been scoring every night for us." Ysebaert, who has 15 goals, spoke bravely about playing Tuesday. -", "It was kind of scary. Everything went numb for a while," he said while limping from the trainer's room to his locker room stall. "It's just sore right now, though. We'll see what happens. I'll know more tomorrow." . .. MIL Standings Campbell Conference NORRIS W L T PTS Of GA HOME AWAY Detroit 14 9 3 31 102 87 10-4-0 4-5-3 St. Louis 11 9 5 27 82 85 9-3-2 2-6-3 Chicago 10 12 5 25 88 89 8-4-2 2-8-3 Minnesota 9 12 2 20 75 79 6-5-1 3-7-1 Toronto 7 16 4 18 66 94 5-6-2 2-10-2 SMYTHE W L T PTS OF OA HOME AWAY Vancouver 16 8 3 35 98 78 11-3-2 5-5-1 Winnipeg 13 8 5 31 77 73 8-5-1 5-3-4 Los Angeles 11 9 6 28 94 99 5-4-4 6-5-2 Calgary 11 10 4 26 97 83 5-4-2 &S-2 Edmonton 9 13 4 22 83 92 5-3-3 4-10-1 San Jose 5 20 2 12 69 122 4-7-1 1-13-1 Wales Conference ADAMS W L T PT8 OF OA HOME AWAY Montreal 17 10 2 36 92 60 11-4-0 64-2 Boston 11 10 4 26 91 89 7-3-1 4-7-3 Hartford 11 11 3 25 81 87 5-4-3 6-7-0 Buffalo 9 12 3 21 70 80 64-2 3-8-1 Quebec 6 17 2 14 81 109 6-7-1 0-10-1 PATRICK W I T PTS OF OA HOME AWAY Wash. 18 8 0 36 120 85 8-3-0 10-54 Rangers 15 10 1 31 85 81 8-4-1 7-64 Pittsburgh 13 8 4 30 108 92 6-4-4 7-4-0 New Jers. 14 10 1 29 100 76 9-34 5-7-1 Islanders 9 12 3 21 87 91 5-5-1 4-7-2 Phila. 8 13 2 18 67 83 54-1 3-7-1 Top four teams In uch division make tha playoffs SUNDAY'S RESULTS BOSTON 5, Hartford 4 EDMONTON 7, Vancouver 0 WINNIPEG 3, Chicago 2 (OT) SATURDAY'S RESULTS ST. LOUIS 7, Detroit 3 HARTFORD 3, Montreal 2 ISLANDERS 8, Washington 1 Minnesota 4, TORONTO 3 New Jersey 4, L ANGELES 1 PITTSBURGH 5, Phila 1 QUEBEC 4, Buffalo 3 San Jose 2, CALGARY 1 TODAY'S GAME Philadelphia at Rangers, 7:35 TUESDAY'S GAMES Calgary at Detroit, 7:35 Vancouver at Quebec, 7:35 St Louis at Minnesota, 8:05 Pittsburgh at Edmonton, 9:35 L Angeles at San Jose, 10:35 A. (Horn teams bi CAPITALS) Summaries Red Wings 4, Team USA 4 Tewn USA 0 4 0 0-4 Detroit I 2 1 0-4 Is 1, Detroit, Ysebaert (Fedorov), 17:44 (sh). PtnaMts: Tkachuk, US, 823, MacLellan, Del, I6J0, Gordon, US, 17:51. 2nd 2, Detroit, Kerr (Racine, Miller), 3:22. 3, United Stales, McEechern (Crowley, Donetelll), 3:30. 4, United Slates, Johara.ion (Capuano, Fusco), 5:50. 5, United Stales, McEechern (Sacco, Donalelli), 4:11. 6, Detroit, Miller (Carson, Loach), 1:28 (po). 7, United States, Donalelli (McEachern, Crowlev), 12:54 (po). PenaHtes; McEechern, US, 738, Angleftarl, Det, I1J8, MacLeUan, Del, 1401 3rd: 0, Detroit, Kerr (Fedvk), 245. Penalties: Detroit bench, served bv Carson, 4:01; PltllcK, US, M5; Fedorov; Det, 25; Racine, Det, 13:25. OT: PtnahV; Fedorov, Det (cross-checking), 4:19. Shots: Team USA 7-12-9-2-30. Detroit 1-11-8-2-29. Power Mvs: Team USA 1 of 4, Detroit 1 of 3. GoaHei: Team USA, Gordon (29 shols-25 saves). Detroit, Gagnon (10 saves-9 shots), King (3:40 2nd, 20 saves-17shots). A: 19,281. Referee Denis Larue. Jets 3, Blackhawks 2 .110 0-1 .1 t 1 1-1 Chicago Winnipeg led 1, Chicago, Smith 3 (Larmer, Sutter), 638 (oo) 2, Winnipeg, Housley 9 (Numminen, Romaniuk), 14:44. Penalties: Cronin, Win, moior, 1:58; Grimson, Chi, maw, 1:58, Graham, Chi, 2:40; Carlyle, Win, 6: 17; Brown, Chi, 7:56; Sutler, Chi, 12:20; Larmer, Chi, 12:42; Peluso, Chi, maior, 15:02; Harlman, Win, maior, 152; Marois, Win (high-slicking), 1604; MacDermld, Win, 19.11 Ms 3, Chicago, Peluso 3 (Sutter), 14:47. Penalties: Marchment, CM, 4:56, Elynuik, Win, 538. Brown, CN, 6:17; Housley, Win, 4:32; Elynuik, Win, 9:49; Marchment, Chi, 15:10; Osborne, Win, 17:49; Chelios, CN, 19.50 3rd 4, Winnipeg, Steen 1 (Housley, Otavk), 19 S3. Penalties: MacDermid, Win, :58; Cronin, Win, 9 J9; Housley, Win, 11:47; Chelios, Chi, 16:40 OT: 5, Winnipeg, Shannon 3 (Elynuik, Steen), 109. Shots: Chicago 10-8-7-2-27. Winnipeg 8-6-5-1-20. Power plavs: Chicago 1 of 10; Winnipeg 0 of 8. Coaies: Chicago, Betfour (4-6-1). Winnipeg, Essensa (10-4-3). A: 12,521. Referee Lance Roberts. Bruins 5, Whalers 4 Hartford Boston , 1 3-4 1 1 3-5 1st: 1. Boston. Quintal 4 (Bouroue, Carpenter), 935. Penalties: Leach, Bos, 2:28: Cunnevworth, Har, double minor, 11:18; Galley, Bos, 13:14; Markwarl, Bos, 13:53; Tanclll, Har, 16:50. . , d 2. Boston, Ashton 7 (Jannev, Wlrmes), 12:43. Hartford, Bergevln2 (Burt), 1933 (pp). Penalties: Zalaoski,. Har, 335; Wesley, Bos, 6:13; Cunnevworth, Har, 1330, Carpenter, Bos, 18:11 ' ' 3rd 4, Boston, Douris 3 (Bouroue, Carpenter), :44. 5; Boston, Carpenter 1 1 (Markwart, Douris), :59. 6, Hartford,' Cunnevworth 4 (Ladouceur, Cassels), 1:49. 7, Hartford, Holik J (Ladouceur), 6:11. 1, Boston, Hodge 2 (Ashton Weslev), 1131 (pp). 9, Hartford, Craven 7, 1808 (sh). Penalties: Jannev, Bos, misconduct, 1:49; Ruzicka, Bos, 3 Holik, Har, 1121; Bouroue, Bos, 1303; Hunter, Har, 15:12; Galley, Bos, 15:12; Cunnevworth, Har, 17:42. . Shots: Hartford 10-7-9-26. Boston 8-1S-8-31. Power1 plavs: Hartford 1 of 7; Boston 1 of 6. Goalies: Hartford, Whitmore (9-7-3). Boston, Moog (10-7-3). A: 13,871. Referee Kerry Fraser. Oilers 7, Canucks 0 Vancouver Edmonton .0 0 0-0 -J 1 8-7 1st: 1, Edmonton, Beranek 7 (Lowe, Murphy), 12:55. 2, Edmonton, Manson 4 IKIIma, Damphousse), 17:48 (pp). 3, Edmonton, Semenov 2 (Richardson, MeHanby), 1905 (bp).' Penatlkn: Manson, Edm, 137; Buchberger, Edm, double minor, 230; Lktsler, Van, 6:52; Gregg, Van, 15:44; Tikkanen, Edm, 15:44, Babych, Van, 16:25; Valk, Van, 17: 15. 2nd: 4, Edmonton, MeHanby 7 (Simpson, Gelimas),' 16:51. Pennies: Sandlak, Van, 9.18; Tikkanen, Edm, 1726,' Larionov, Van, 19:48. 3rd 5, Edmonton, MeHanby 8, 303 (pp). 6, Edmonton. Malleite 1 (Buchberger), 3:42. 7, Edmonton, Muni' 2 (Buchberger, Semenov), 6:17. Penalties: Babych, Van, 132;' Courtna, Van, 8:14; Klima, Edm, 8:14; Antoski, Van, double minor-misconduct, 1524. Shots: Vancouver 9-14-8-33. Edmonton 13-10-9-32-Missed penalty shots: Adams, Van, 1 1 06 2nd. Power plays: Vancouver 0 of 4; Edmonton 3 of 8. Goalies: Vancouver, McLean (16-5-3). Edmonton, Ranford (8-10-4). A: 15,502.. Referee: Dan MaroueW. Saturday night SL Louis 7, Detroit 3 .0 1 fJ' -3 I 1-7' DHroU i St Louts 1st: 1. SI. Lous. Hui 20 (Oates). MS r 1 U I suit Norwood 2 (Oates, Monoeau), 11:14 (pp). 3, St. Louis, ' Christian 9 (Hud, Brown), 1936. Penalties: Chaser Stb ' (high-sticking), 137; HuH, SIL (tripping), 433; Konslam ' llnov, Det (holding), 832; Chiasson, Det (interference), ' 10O1; Vial, Det, maior (fighting), 16:14; Chase, SIL, maior ' (fighting), 16:14; Prober!, Del (boarding), 18 54; Butcher, ' SIL (tripping), 18:54, Gallant, Det, minor-maior (high-' slicking, fighting), 19:14; Bassen, SIL, minor-maior (Insligalor, fighting), 19.14 2nd 4, Detroit, Sheppard 11 (Carson, Konstantlnovrs 234 5, St. Louis, Hull 21 ((Tales, Emerson), 9:57 (op). Detroit, Yzerman 11 (Gallant, Konstantinov), U27. 7, SI.. Louis, G.Cavallini 6 (Shanahan, Oales), 1325. 8, St. Louis,. H' 22, 15:27. 9, Detroit, Fedvk 2 (Lidstrom, Ynrrnen), 15 57. Penalties Christian, SIL (hooking), 424; Norwood,: SIL (cross-checking), 506; Konstantinov, SIL (high slicking), 8:26; Baron, SIL (holding), 18:15; Proberf, Det (high-slicking), 2000. 3rd 10, St. Louis, Bassen 2 (Rl Sutler, Christian), 1423. Penalties: Bassen, SIL (holding), 3:40; Probert, Det (high-. Slicking), 1:19; Gakanl, Det (roughing), 8:19, Butcher, StL . (roughing), 1:19, Bassen, SIL (high-slicking), 8:19, Lowery, SIL (roughing), 8:19; Miller, Det (high-sticking), V028; Lowry, SIL (high-slicking), 1028; Carson, Del (hooking), 1136; Probert, Det, misconduct, 19:10; Chase, Sit (roughing), 19:10. ' , Shots: Detroit 15-14-9-40. St. Louts W-lS-5-3v -Power plays: Detotl 0 of 8; SI. Louis 3 of 4 Goates: Detroit, Cheveldae ( 13-9-3, 25 shols-19 saves) , King (3:54 third, 5-4 . SI. Louis, Joseph (1-4-5). A: 18301. Referee: Paul Stewart. New Jersey 4, Los Angeles 1 ftlt lflW 1 1 1-4' 1 t -.!' 1st 1, New Jersey, McKay 3 (Stevens), 441. 2, Los ' Anpwes, Koonene u (wetwy, Kudenki), ii:ii. I Donnelly, LA, &SI; Deneyko, NJ, minor-maior, 905, Miner , ' LA, maior, 905; Slaslny, NJ, 1435; Lemieux, NJ, 1919. ' Jnd 3, New Jersey, Lemieux 18 (Driver, Stastny),, 19:16 (pp). Penalties: Boschmen, NJ, 103; Kudelski, LA,I 4:49, Stastny, NJ, 501, Denevko, NJ, 11:43; Granalo, LA,! 12:12, Kudelski, LA, 1822; Stevens, NJ, 1948; Boschmen, J NJ, 198, Huddv, LA, 1948, GHhen, LA, 2000 J 3rd 4, New Jersey, Kasatonov 4 (Lemieux, Richer), t 1039 (pp). 5, New Jersey, Conacher 3 (Fetisov, McKay), l 1801 Penalties: Stastny, NJ, double minor, 302, Grenento, I LA, 5:46; Taylor, LA, 1004, Weinrich, NJ, 19.54, Robitaille, i LA, I9J4 - t Shots: New Jersey 11-13-5-29. Los Angeles HW3- i 11-34. Power stays: Newjersey 2 of 7. Los Angeles 0e t. Geaies: New Jersey, Amglon 14-0-0). Los Angrl. Bertrwume (4-4-1). A: 4X& Referee: Rob Stick. T t

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