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IOC THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1 998 s c Panthers Calendar In the Crease mm Upcoming garnet MarchApril KM DIFFERENT TEAMS, SAME SONG: The Islanders' Gino Odjick and the Canucks' Jason Strudwick, traded for each other Monday, got into a first-period fight in the Canucks' 4-3 victory over the Islanders Tuesday night. DOMINATION: Sabres goalie Dominik Hasek has not allowed more than two goals in 15 of his past 17 games, including a 2-.0 victory at Calgary on Tuesday night. The shutout was Hasek's league-leading 11th of the season. I don't know if he knows (what he's doing). There's a lot of chaos around here . . . I'm not a big Mike Milbury fan." PAUL KRUSE, traded from the Islanders to the Sabres 22 23 24 25 26 7:30 27 28 3:00 CimiHui Mm 5C FOX 29 3:00 30 31 1 7:30 2 3 4 loO BUeHwHa CmMm ny 'c SC FOX REPORT TV: SC - SportsChaiinel. Shaded games at Miami Arena; All times EDT Murphy re-signs for three years Conference standings EASTERN CONFERENCE "It's a new chapter," Lindsay said. "Now I'll have to be a leader."- Dino Ciccarelli said the trades probably took some pressure off other players and may even help the team relax and start winning again. "But you don't want to look for crutches or excuses. . . . The bottom line is we want to continue to work hard and get something out of this last stretch to take into next year." But Ciccarelli, who was rumored to be one of the likeliest to be traded, hasn't decided whether he will invoke his option to become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season. "That was one guy I thought would be here," Murphy said of Fitzgerald. "Everyone was a little bit shocked, but that's the business of hockey," Scott Mellanby said. Sheppard was sent to Carolina for goaltender Kirk McLean, who arrived at the Panthers' practice facility Wednesday in a black stretch limo. Fitzgerald went to Colorado for 21 -year-old prospect Mark Parrish and a third-round pick in the June draft. Bill Lindsay said he and Fitzgerald talked almost nightly about how to improve the team. He said Fitzgerald never mentioned his own trade as a solution. Panthers notebook has six goals and eight assists in 66 games. He said he reached the deal around 2 p.m. Tuesday as he and his teammates were playing in a golf tournament in Palm City that resembled anything but a golf course. "We all had cell phones, they were all going off. It was really crazy." The cell phones buzzed with news that Tom Fitzgerald, one of the original Panthers, and Ray Sheppard, Florida's leading scorer last year, had been traded just hours before the 3 p.m. trading deadline. Atlantic W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div x-New Jersey 43 18 9 95 197 137 27-7-1 16-11-8 21-4-4 Philadelphia 36 22 11 83 206 162 21-8-6 15-14-5 14-8-4 Washington 32 26 11 75 183 175 18-12-5 14-14-6 13-10-4 N.Y. Rangers 22 32 17 61 178 200 13-15-9 9-17-8 6-14-7 NY. Islanders 23 36 10 56 178 197 12-19-4 11-17-6 7-12-4 Florida 18 39 12 48 162 219 8 20-6 10-19-6 10-13-4 ' Tampa Bay 16 44 9 41 135 217 11-18-6 5-26-3 6-16-3 . Northeast W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div Pittsburgh 36 19 15 87 196 161 19-8-7 17-11-8 13-5-6 Boston 31 25 13 75 180 162 15-13-6 16-12-7 10-7-5 ' Montreal 33 28 9 75 200 176 14-15-7 19-13-2 8-12-2 Buffalo 29 25 15 73 175 159 15-11-8 14-14-7 9-7-5 . Ottawa 28 30 12 68 166 176 17-14-5 11-16-7 5-11-5 Carolina 27 34 7 61 166 187 14-14-6 13-20-1 9-12-1 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div 1 x-Dallas 42 16 11 95 210 137 20-6-7 22-10-4 10-8-4 x-Detroit 38 19 14 90 216 171 20-8-7 18-11-7 10-5-6 St. Louis 36 26 8 80 205 168 21-9-5 15-17-3 12-8-1 Chicago 28 31 12 68 176 173 12-15-7 16-16-5 6-12-5 Phoenix 28 31 12 68 193 199 16-14-6 12-17-6 10-8-4 Toronto 24 37 9 57 160 202 13-17-5 11-20-4 8-15-1 Pacific W I T Pts GF GA Home Away Div x-Colorado 36 19 16 88 209 17518-8-10 18-11-6 14-9-4 Los Angeles 33 25 11 77 201 182 20-12-3 13-13-8 15-7-2 Edmonton 27 34 10 64 179 199 14-15-5 13-19-5 9-15-1 San Jose 27 36 7 61 168 188 14-19-4 13-17-3 11-12-2 Anaheim 24 37 10 58 174 219 11-21-4 13-16-6 9-14-2 Calgary 22 35 13 57 185 211 15-15-5 7-20-8 10-9-3 Vancouver 22 37 13 57 199 245 13-17-4 9-20-9 9-11-6 HIGHLIGHTS x-clinched playoff berth Wednesday's results , Ottawa 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, OT Montreal 2, Tampa Bay 1 , OT . Anaheim 3, Chicago 2 ' Washington at Edmonton, late Today's games Overtime does in Rangers The Associated Press , Alexei Yashin scored with 1 :49 j left in overtime as Ottawa beat host New York and dealt a crush- ; ing blow to New York's playoff ; hopes. 1 Canadiens 2, Lightning ' 1: Patrice Brisebois scored on a : breakaway with 2:26 remaining in ; overtime as Montreal beat Tampa j Bay 2-1 Wednesday night. ; B Mighty Ducks 3, Black- ; hawks 2: Teemu Selanne's 50th goal of the season late in the ; second period snapped a tie and ! propelled Anaheim . i Oilers 4, Capitals 2: Andrei Kovalenko emerged from a slump with a goal and an assist in ; Edmonton's 4-2 victory over' the ,' Washington Capitals on Wednes- ; day night in Edmonton. The ; eighth-place Oilers are two points ' behind Phoenix and Chicago for sixth place and five points ahead of ! ninth-place San Jose in the West- ; ern Conference. Noteworthy: Alan Eagle-son, once a powerful hockey powerbroker now jailed for fraud, ; resigned Wednesday from the i Hockey Hall of Fame. ... An all- ', sports radio station in Philadelphia ; Montreal at Florida, 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Boston, 7:30 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Carolina, 7:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at N.Y. Islanders, 7:30 p.m Anaheim at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at St. Louis, 8:30 p.m. Toronto at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. New Jersey at Colorado, 9 p.m. Washington at Calgary, 9 p.m. Buffalo at Vancouver, 10 p.m. San Jose at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. LEGEND: A (-2(6) next to one team means that team underdog. To wager on the favorite, a victory by three goals team must either win, tie, or lose by less than two goals. Canadiens vs. Panthers By Joe Capozzi Palm Beach Post Staff Writer POMPANO BEACH The signing of defenseman Gord Murphy to a three-year contract did little to shift the Florida Panthers' clubhouse chatter Wednesday from the reverberating shock of Tuesday's trades. Murphy, the team's all-time leader in games played by a defenseman (344), signed a three-year deal. Murphy, who was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent after the season, did not offer any details and his agent could not be reached. "It was my intention that I remain here," said Murphy, who Summaries Tuesday's late boxes, 13C Canadiens 2, Lightning 1 Montreal Tampa Bay 1-2 0-1 First Period 1, Tampa Bay, Richer 14 (McCarthy, Tucker), 5:15. Penalties Zamuner, TB (holding), 2:14; Cross, TB (hooking), 6:30; Cullimore, TB (roughing), 11:11; Corson, Mon (roughing), 11:11; Nazarov, TB (roughing), 13:19; Oykhuis, TB (roughing), 13:19; Zalapskl, Mon (roughing), 13:19; Za-lapskl, Mon (Interference), 18:28. Second Period 2, Montreal, Kolvu 14 (Corson, Zalapski), 6:01. Penalties Nazarov, TB (holding), 7:26; Ysebaert, TB (interference), 13:34. Third Period None. Penalties DeBrusk, TB (unsportsmanlike conduct), 9:17; Corson, Mon (unsportsmanlike conduct), 9:17. Overtime 3, Montreal, Brisebois 5 (Hoglund, Brunet), 2:34. Penalties Cullimore, TB (slashing), :23; Malakhov, Mon (high-sticking), :23. Shots on goal Montreal 12-11-10-235. Tampa Bay 6-6-6-321. Power-plays Montreal 0 of 5; Tampa Bay 0 of 1. Goalies Montreal, Thibault 16-13-5 (21 shots-20 saves). Tampa Bay, Fltzpatrlck 9-22-3 (35-33). A-15,003 (19,758). Mighty Ducks 3, Blackhawks 2 Anaheim Chicago 2 0-J 1 0-2 First Period 1, Chicago, Weinrich 2 (Johnson, Krivokrasov), 2:29. 2, Anaheim, Marha 6 (Jomphe, Selanne), 4:07. Penalties-Marshall, Ana, major (fighting), :09; Simpson, Chi, minor-major-misconduct (Instigator, fighting), :09; Rucchln, Ana (interference), :58; Amonte, Chi (interference), 1:54; Cullen, Ana (slashing), 5:43; Chelios, Chi (slashing), 8:12; Stevenson, Ana (slashing), 8:12; Russell, Chi, double minor (roughing), 15:58; Karpa, Ana (roughing), 15:58; Weinrich, Chi (closing hand on puck), 17:18. Second Perlod-3, Anaheim, Young 13 (Marha), 3:47. 4, Chicago, Amonte 27 (Suter, Chelios), 8:13 (pp). 5, Anaheim, Selanne 50 (Green), 19:45. Penal-ties-Zhamnov, Chi (roughing), 2:22; Karpa, Ana (roughing), 2:22; Salei, Ana (high-sticking), 7:15; Stevenson, Ana (roughing), 11:20; Russell, Chi (roughing), 11:20; Marshall, Ana (holding), 15:09. Third Period-None. Penaltles-Amonte, Chi, double minor (high-sticking), 3:13; Marshall, Ana (interference), 3:45; Marshall, Ana (holding), 5:58; Weinrich, Chi, misconduct, 6:34; Houda, Ana, misconduct, 6:34; Trnka, Ana (roughing), 11:13. Shots on goal-Anaheim 7-10-421. Chicago 7-6-1023. Power-plays Anaheim 0 of 6; Chicago 1 of 5. Goalies-Anaheim, Shtalenkov 11-13-4 (23 shots-21 saves). Chicago, Hackett 19-18-11 (21-18). A-18,438 (20,500). Senators 3, Rangers 2 Ottawa N.Y. Rangers 1-3 0-2 First Period 1, Ottawa, Gardiner 6 (Cun-neyworth, J.York), 8:36. 2, Ottawa, Dackell 14 (Cun-neyworth, Gardiner), 17:29. Penalties Leetch, NY (hooking), 1:12; McEachern, Ott (holding stick), 19-14 Second Perlod-3, New York, Kovalev 16 (Gretzky, Sundstrom), 11:18. Penalties-Neckar, Ott (elbowing), 5:17; Pitllck, Ott (interference), 7 17; Graves, NY (roughing), 7:17, Neckar, Ott (roughing), 12:10; Stevens, NY (roughing), 12:10; Flnley, NY (cross-checking), 14:58. Third Perlod-4, New York, Langdon 3 (Gretzky, Berg), 8:57. Penalties-None. Overtlme-5, Ottawa, Yashin 30 (Alfredsson, Redden), 3:11. Penalties-None. Shots on goal-Ottawa 8-8-7-2-25. New York 11-10- 8 0-29 Power-plays-Ottawa 0 of 2; New York 0 of 2 Goalies-Ottawa, Rhodes 14-17-5 (29 shots-27 saves). New York, Richter 19-27-15 ( 25-22). Oilers 4, Capitals 2 Washington Edmonton 0 0-2 1 1-4 First Period-!, Washington, Oates 15 (Hunter), 4:19 (sh). 2, Washington, Johansson 15 (Oates, Tlk-kanen), 7:05 (pp). 3, Edmonton, Dollas 1 (Fraser, McAmmond), 8:43. 4, Edmonton, Guerin 17 (Kova-lenko, Mironov), 18:28 (pp). Penalties Johansson, Was (interfernce), 3:07; Dollas, Edm (hooking), 5:33; Edmonton bench, served by McAmmond (too many men), 11:31; Krygler, Was (high-sticking), 13:25; Klee, Was (hooking), 17:51; Lindgren, Edm (holding), 19:39 Second Period 5, Edmonton, Kovalenko 6 (Weight), 7:53. Penalties-Klee, Was (hooking), 2:42; McAmmond, Edm (cross-checking), 9:14; Ber-ehowsky, Edm (holding stick), 13:03; Gonchar, Was (roughing), 15:16; Merchant, Edm (roughing), 15:16; Berube, Was (roughing), 18:04. Third Period 6, Edmonton, Weight 25 (McAmmond, Musil), 19:59 (en). Penalties-Reekie, Was (Interference), 8:14, Hamrlik, Edm (holding), 12:13; Guerin, Edm (high-sticking), 15:02. Shots en goal Washington 5-8-1225. Edmonton 12-12-1034. Power-plays Washington I of 7, Edmonton I of 6. 7 DAYS 9AM-2AM m w m 439-7551 2946 Forest Hill Blvd. 3 lights W. ot I-95 Boov shampoos private modeling LUXURIOUS SUITES I HEATgVi! 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We want Robbie to take the summer and come back fresh (next season) and hopefully he'll be ready to go." Niedermayer, who said he planned to see a doctor Wednesday, said the headaches never bothered him during play. But at the same time he'd never had headaches like that before. "Just another chapter," Niedermayer said, trying to joke about the Panthers' 13-game losing streak. "I thought I'd add another one." Murray said, "I played football in college, and I think I had a concussion every week. Back then, nobody cared. Eventually when you get hit 10 times in a season, you pretty well finish your career, and we certainly don't want that to happen to Robbie." STUBBORN Buffalo's Dominik Hasek has not allowed more than two goals in 15 of his last 17 games, including a 2-0 victory at Calgary on Tuesday night. The shutout was Hasek's league-leading llth of the season. 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Niedermayer said he'd been having headaches since the Vancouver game March 17 but thought they were the result of lingering flu symptoms and a hit he had taken earlier in the season against the Edmonton Oilers that aggravated the season-opening shot. The morning after the Flyers game, Niedermayer woke up with memory loss, headaches and nausea. A week later, his speech was slurred and he couldn't recall the incident. When Niedermayer started complaining about the headaches NHL TODAY SCOREBOARD Today New Jersey at Colorado (9 p.m. EST). A matchup between two of the league's top goalies the Devils' Martin Brodeur and the Avalanche's Patrick Roy. New Jersey is the top team in the Eastern Conference, while Colorado leads the Pacific Division. SCORING BARRAGE Teppo Numminen, Mike Stapfeton and Shane Doan scored on consecutive shots 1:58 apart'in the third period of Phoenix's 4-2 victory over Toronto Tuesday night. 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