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THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1998 4 Panthers Calendar In the Crease Upcoming game MarchApril THE BEAT GOES ON: Anaheim's Teemu Selanne on scoring his 50th goal of the season Wednesday against Chicago: "This time, I think scoring 50 goals is bigger than in the past. It's been a lot harder, especially without Paul (Kariya)." inrinr luML REPORT SPIN CONTROL: Rangers coach John Muckler, whose team is sliding further out of a playoff spot, on keeping the faith: "I won't say it's an impossible situation. You don't want to say until it's over. We try to as positive as we can." What, did the Blues finally run out of monopoly money?" An NHL general manager after St. Louis announced that contract offers to Brett Hull and Al Maclnnis had been turned down. If Pl.ft i 22 23 24 25 28 27 28 3:00 BniNM FOX 29 3:00 30 31 I 7:30 2 3 4 3:00 BUctkeate Cmrtm Hm sc sc rox v -that stay; ' TV: SC - SportsChannel. Shaded games at Miami Arena; All times EDT Summaries Panthers 5, Canadiens 4 Conference standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Montreal Florida 1 2 1-4 2 1 2-S Div T Pts GF GA Home Atlantic W Away 9 11 11 95 83 75 43 18 36 23 32 27 22 33 24 36 16-11-8 15-15-5 14-15-6 9-18-8 11-17-6 10-19-6 5-27-3 21-4-4 14- 8-4 13-10-4 6- 14-7 7- 12-4 10-13-4 6-16-3 197 137 27-7-1 208 166 21-8-6 185 179 18-12-5 179 204 13-15-9 182 200 13-19-4 167 223 9-20-6 137 220 11M8-6 x-New Jersey Philadelphia Washington N.Y. Rangers N.Y. Islanders Florida Tampa Bay 17 61 10 58 19 39 12 50 16 45 9 41 Northeast T Pts GF GA Home W Div Away Fint Poriod-1, Florida, Whitney 26, 11:00 Ipp). 2, Montreal, Corson It (Kolvu, Malakhov), 12:04. 3, Florida, Svehla 7 (Whitney, Dvorak), 15:02 Penalties Popovlc, Mon (high-sticking), 5:45; Garpen-lov, Fla (interference), 7:45; Brlsebois, Mon (holding), 10:11; Mellanby, Fla (unsportsmanlike conduct), 12:04; Worrell, Fla (roughing), 16:15; Za-lapskl, Mon (holding), 18:47. Second Period 4, Montreal, Rucinsky 20 (Dam-phousse, Malakhov), 5:09 (pp). 5, Montreal, Hog-lund II (Malakhov, Kolvu), 10:21. 6, Florida, Lindsay I (Mellanby), 16:32. Penalties-Svehla, Fla (hooking), 3:19; Wells, Fla, double minor (high-sticking), 3:5; Dvorak, Fla (hooking), J:I7; Stevenson, Mon, maior (fighting), 10:27; Worrell, Fla, major (fighting), 10:27; Manson, Mon (elbowing), 11:48; Malakhov, Mon (high-sticking), 12:52; Whitney, Fla (hooking), 16:52. Third Period 7, Montreal, Brlsebois 6 (Dam-phousse, Rucinsky), 3:33 (pp). 8, Florida, Gagner 18 (Whitney), 12:50. 9, Florida, Lindsay 9 (Muller), 14:33. Penalties Florida bench, served by Ciccar-elli (too many men on ice), 2:42; Damphousse, Mon (hooking), 6:39; Svehla, Fla (interference), 16:46; Corson, Mon, misconduct, 19:53. Shots on goal-Montreal 10-14-4-28. Florida 8-4-921. Power-plays Montreal 2 of 10; Florida 1 of 6. Goalies-Montreal, Moog 17-16-4 (21 shots-16 saves). Florida, McLean 11-19-4 (28-24). A-14,703 (14,703). Referee Terry Gregson. Linesmen Tim Nowak, Pierre Raclcot. Islanders 4, Penguins 3 Pittsburgh 36 20 15 87 199 165 19-8-7 17-12-8 13-5-6 Boston 32 25 13 77 184 164 16-13-6 16-12-7 10-7-5 Montreal 33 29 9 75 204 181 14-15-7 19-14-2 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 28 34 7 63 170 188 15-14-6 13-20-1 9-12-1 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Div W L T Pts GF GA Home Away 42 38 17 19 x-Dallas - x-Detroit St. Louis Chicago Phoenix Toronto 210 138 20-7-7 219 174 20-8-8 208 170 22-9-5 176 173 12-15-7 193 199 16-14-6 161 202 13-17-5 22-10-4 18-11-7 15- 17-3 16- 16-5 12-17-6 12-20-4 11 95 15 91 8 82 12 68 12 68 9 59 10- 9-4 10- 5-6 12- 8-1 6-12-5 10- 8-4 9-15-1 37 26 28 31 28 31 25 37 Pittsburgh N.Y. Islanders 3 0 0-3 2 2 0-4 New goalie McLean can relate to troubles By Brian Biggane Palm Beach Post Staff Writer , MIAMI Kirk McLean, who became a Panther on Tuesday and met his new teammates Wednesday, started in goal Thursday. "It's good to get in right away," McLean said about 90 minutes before game time. "I'm anxious to get a feel for the team." Panthers notebook McLean said he could relate to the Panthers' struggles from some of his own in recent years at Vancouver. "After the Stanley Cup year (1993-94) we started to spiral," he said. "The team was dismembered, and the chemistry was gone. We went from playing very solid defense to wide-open hockey, and it hindered a lot of peoples' statistics, including myself." B Nemirovsky being recalled: Right winger David Nemirovsky, who had seven goals and six assists in 33 games with the Panthers this season, will join the team for Saturday's game in Boston if he has recovered from a groin strain. B Murphy deal $5.5 million: The three-year contract defenseman Gord Murphy signed this week was worth $5.5 million, or about $1.8 million per season. Murphy would have been an unrestricted free agent if he had not signed by July 1. "We wanted to keep him because he's a defenseman and the good ones are hard to come by," coach and General Manager Bryan Murray said. "We had nine teams calling about him, and if we weren't going to sign him, we probably should have traded him." Noteworthy: Murray said he hopes to sign Mark Parrish, acquired from Colorado in the trade that sent Tom Fitzgerald to the Avalanche on Tuesday, within a week. Bruins top Flyers; Smolinski lifts Isles by Penguins Palm Beach Post Wire Services BOSTON Boston's top checking line scored three goals in the first 10 minutes and the Bruins remained unbeaten against the Philadelphia Flyers this season with a 4-2 win Thursday night. P.J. Axelsson got the go-ahead goal at 9:04 of the first period after the Flyers had twice come back from deficits following goals by Rob DiMaio and Mike Sullivan. Mike Sillinger got a shorthanded goal and Kob Brind'Amour scored on a power play for Philadelphia. Islanders 4, Penguins 3: Bryan Smolinski's power-play goal with 64 seconds left in the second period broke a tie as host New York beat Pittsburgh. Smolinski, playing the right point, unleashed a rising slap shot that beat goalie Peter Skudra high to the glove side to break a 3-3 tie. Mighty Ducks 3, Red Wings 3: J.F. Jomphe's first goal of the season helped Anaheim extend its unbeaten streak to five games as the Mighty Ducks skated to a tie with host Detroit. The Ducks are 3-1-2 on a seven-game road trip that ends Saturday at Colorado. B Hurricanes 4, Rangers 1: Martin Gelinas and Keith Primeau scored in 43 seconds of the second period to give host Carolina a victory against New York and keep the Hurricanes' playoff hopes alive. Jeff O'Neill scored Carolina's other two goals, giving him 17 for this season and helping the Hurricanes secure their first win over the Rangers in four tries this season. Noteworthy: New York Rangers center Pat LaFontaine, sidelined since March 16 because of a head injury, has been given the OK to travel to Chicago to see a specialist. LaFontaine will travel to Chicago for a meeting with Dr. Jim Kelly of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago The Washington Capitals, seeking to bolster their struggling offense as the playoffs approach, signed three-time All-Star left wing Brian Bellows. Pacific Div W L T Pts GF GA Home Away 14- 9-4 15- 7-2 9-15-1 11-12-2 9- 14-2 10- 9-3 9-11-6 209 17518-8-10 201 182 20-12-3 183 201 15-15-5 168 188 14-19-4 177 222 11-21-4 185 211 15-15-5 199 245 13-17-4 18-11-6 13-13-8 13-19-5 13-17-3 13-16-7 7-20-8 9-20-9 First Period-1, Pittsburgh, Hatcher 15 (Jagr, Oiausson), 6:16 (pp). 2, New York, Dawe 20 (Cheba-turkin, Pilon), 6:39. 3, New York, Jonsson 14 (Che-baturkin), 9:19. 4, Pittsburgh, Dome 3 (Straka, Tamer), 11:26. 5, Pittsburgh, Hatcher 16 (Francis, Barnes), 13:24. Penalties Kasparaitis, Pit (holding), 1:21; Webb, NY (Interference), 4:52; Linden, NY (holding), 16:18. Second Period 6, New York, Linden 13 (Sacco, Lapointe), 3:30. 7, New York, Smolinski 12 (Palffy), 18:56 (pp). Penalties-Jagr, Pit (roughing), 7:05; Pi-Ion, NY, double minor (roughing), 7:05; Chorske, NY (roughing), 11:41; Chorske, NY (Interference), 15:32; Pronger, Pit (holding stick), 18:01. Third Period-None. Penalties-Palffy, NY (high-sticking), 10:58; Lapointe, NY (roughing), 13:53; Linden, NY (cross-checking), 18:59. Shots on goal-Pittsburgh 11-8-7-26. New York 6-8-4-18. Power-plays-Pittsburgh 1 of 8, New York 1 of I. Goalies-Pittsburgh, Skudra 6-4-1 (18 shots-14 saves). New York, Salo 20-25-5 ( 26-23). A 12,193 (16,297). Referee Kerry Fraser. Linesmen Kevin Collins, Pat Dapuzzo. x-Colorado 36 19 16 88 Los Angeles 33 25 11 77 Edmonton 28 34 10 66 San Jose 27 36 7 61 Anaheim 24 37 11 59 Calgary 22 35 13 57 Vancouver 22 37 13 57 x-clinched playoff berth Thursday's results SCORES HIGHLIGHTS Bruins 4, Flyers 2 2 0 0-2 3 0 1-4 Philadelphia Boston Lindsay: 2 goals Axelsson: 1 goal, 2 assists O'Neill: 2 goals Smolinski: GW goal Shtalenkov: 4 1 saves Hull: 2 goals Berezin: GW goal ' Florida 5, Montreal 4 Boston 4, Philadelphia 2 ; Carolina 4, N.Y. Rangers 1 5 N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 3 0 Anaheim 3, Detroit 3 St. Louis 3, Tampa Bay 2 " Toronto 1 , Dallas 0 , : New Jersey at Colorado, late Washington at Calgary, late ' Buffalo at Vancouver, late : San Jose at Los Angeles, late Today's games First Period 1, Boston, DIMaio 10 (Bourque, Axelsson), :33. 2. Philadelphia, Sllllnger 17 (McGlllis), 2:45 (sh). 3, Boston, Sullivan 4 (Bourque, Axelsson), 4:03. 4, Philadelphia, Brind'Amour 32 (Klatt, Coffey), 5:40 (pp). 5, Boston, Axelsson 7 (DIMaio, Sullivan), 9:04. Penalties Therlen, Phi (tripping), :58; Khristich, Bos (interference), 5:02; Heinze, Bos (interference), 11:22. Second Period None. Penalties-DIMalo, Bos (cross-checking), 2:54; Samuelsson, Phi (holding), 7:45; Samuelsson, Phi (interference), 12:57; Grafton, Phi (roughing), 19:03. Third Period-6, Boston, Khristich 26 (Allison, Gill), 2:4). Penalties-Silllnger, Phi (roughing), 16:19; Van Impe, Bos (cross-checking), 16:19. Shots on goal Philadelphia 13-11-1539. Boston 12-9-627. Power-plays Philadelphia 1 of 3; Boston 0 of 4. Goalies-Philadelphia, Burke 10-21-9 (27 shots-23 saves). Boston, Dafoe 25-21-9 (39-37). A 15,985 (17,565). Referee-Bill McCreary. LinesmenBrian Murphy, Ray Scapinello. Hurricanes 4, Rangers 1 LATEST LINE Lindsay scores his first game-winner of season Ottawa at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Chicago (-IV2) Buffalo at Edmonton, 9 p.m. Edmonton (-'2Even) LEGEND: A (-2i) next to one team means that team is the favorite and the other team (2) is the underdog. To wager on the favorite, a victory by three goals is needed. To win on the underdog, the team must either win, tie, or lose by less than two goals. 1 0 0-1 3 1-4 N.Y. Rangers Carolina Wednesday's results Ottawa 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, OT Montreal 2, Tampa Bay 1 , OT Saturday's games Anaheim 3, Chicago 2 Edmonton 4, Washington 2 with their second power-play goal at 3:33 of the third. Gagner tied it at 12:50 to set the stage for Lind-' say's first game-winner of the sea-., son. "Something you never want to-do is break records in a negative fashion," said Murray, the target; of a number of derisive chants in the wake of his trade of popular ; forward Tom Fitzgerald two days ,. earlier. "Yeah, it's a big win. We've been through a lot. The big thing is ' the kids have played hard the last; few games and have not been-rewarded. There was some excite: ment for us tonight; I feel good for them because they were Los Angeles at Calgary, 6 p.m. Tampa Bay at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Toronto, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Washington at Vancouver, 10:30 p.m. but Svehla fired another long shot off Moog's right pad to make it 2-1 after one period. The two goals marked the first time Florida had scored more than once in the opening period since its last win. Florida also came out of the first period with the lead for the first time since it led Washington 1-0 on March 7. But Gregson hit Florida hard in the second, whistling eight minutes in penalties against the Panthers in a span of 4:58. Martin Rucinsky tied it on a 5-on-3 at 5:09 and Jonas Hoglund put Montreal on top 3-2 at 10:21. Lindsay tied it yet again at 16:21, beating Moog through the legs on a blast from about 30 feet, but the Canadiens retook the lead First Period-1, New York, Kovalev 17 (Beuke-boom), 8:53. Penalties Gelinas, Car (hooking), 2:59; Stevens, NY (hooking), 4:20; Berg, NY (boarding), 13:50; Wesley, Car (delay of game), 18:29. Second Period-2, Carolina, O'Neill 16 (Roberts, Kapanen), 3:51. 3, Carolina, Gelinas 12, 17:43. 4, Carolina, Primeau 23 (Sheppard), 18:26. Penalties Beukeboom, NY (hooking), 4:37; Emerson, Car (hooking), 10:44; Gretzky, NY (hooking), 11:57; O'Neill, Cor (tripping), 14:35. Third Period-5, Carolina, O'Neill 17 (Kapanen, Emerson), 9:06 (pp). Penalties-Beukeboom, NY, double mlnor-maior-misconduct-game misconduct (holding, instigator, fighting), 2:11; Roberts, Car, maior (fighting), 1:18; Samuelsson, NY, double minor-major-misconduct (instigator, fighting), 8:18; Gretzky, NY, misconduct (unsportsmanlike conduct), 9:06, Stevens, NY, maior (fighting), 12:10; Monderville, Car, maior (fighting), 12:10; Leschy-shyn. Car (holding), 15:46, Cairns, NY (roughing), 19:15; Grlmson, Cor (roughing), 19:15, Leschyshyn, Car (cross-checking), 19:15. Shots on goal New York 7-34-16. Carolina 3-9-17-29. Power-plays New York 0 of 5; Carolina 1 ot 9. Goalies-New York, Richter 19-28-15 (29 shots-25 saves). Carolina, Kidd 16-18-2 (16-15). A-15,426 (15,902). Referee-Dave Jackson. Llnesmen-Gord Broseker, Brad Kovachik. PANTHERS From 1C Murray said before the game that his players seemed much looser at the morning skate in the wake of the passing of the trade deadline. "I think the team felt the way it was playing, there were going to be radical changes," Murray said. "Everyone had been on pins and needles as a result. "I said to them this morning, 'What happened? We can pass the puck again.' " Ray Whitney, who led Florida with a goal and two assists, opened the scoring with a fluttering shot from the blue line that beat Moog. Shayne Corson got that one back, Florida at Boston, 3 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Pittsburgh, 3 p.m. Carolina at Philadelphia, 3 p.m. Detroit at St. Louis, 3 p.m. San Jose at Dallas, 3 p.m. Anaheim at Colorado, 3 p.m. Summaries Late Wednesday Oilers 4, Capitals 2 Mighty Ducks 3, Red Wings 3 Mape Leafs 1, Stars 0 1110-1 Anaheim 2 0 0-2 2 1 1-4 Washington Edmonton 0 0 1-1 0 0 0-0 1110-3 Toronto Dallas Detroit t- " I .INTIMACIES E3J Private Modeling first Period-1, Washington, Oates 15 (Hunter), 4;19 (sh). 2, Washington, Johansson 15 (Oates, Tik-kanen), 7:05 (pp). 3, Edmonton, Dollas I (Fraser, McAmmond), 8:43. 4, Edmonton, Guerln 17 (Kova-lenko, Mlronov), 18:28 (pp). Penalties Johansson, Was (interternce), 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; Llndgren, Edm (holding), 19:39. First Period None. Penalties Smith, Tor (holding stick), 1:47; Markov, Tor (hooking), 9:31. Second Period None. Penalties Yushkevlch, Tor (tripping), 12:06; Keczmer, Dal (Interference), 16:58. Third Period-t, Toronto, Berezin 15 (Zettler), 3:42. Penalty-Cote, Tor (tripping), 11:27. Shots en goal Toronto 2-7-615. Dallas 14-9-13 36. Power-plays Toronto 0 of 1; Dallas 0 of 4. GoaliesToronto, Potvin 22-29-7 ( 36 shots-36 saves). Dallas, Turek 11-6-1 (15-14). A-16,622 (16,928). Referee Don Koharski. Linesmen Andy McEI-man. Jay Sharrers. 22 Body Shampoos f - I 1 .f 1 Is JJ-T-S JtJ I J 2424 VCoturtss Ave. . I Sod Nonli jf Be Kedert Acrwt from the Po Track t AmJ First Period I, Detroit, Fedorov 3 (Kozlov), 14:23. 2, Anaheim, Green 16 (Young), 19:25. Penal-tles-Fedorov, Del (boarding), 8 47; Trnka, Ana (roughing), 8:47; Karpa, Ana (hooking), 11:38. Second Period 3, Detroit, Kozlov 23 (Larlonov, Brown), 8:15 (pp). 4, Anaheim, Jomphe 1 (Nielsen, Severyn), 14:56. Penalties Houda, Ana (hooking), 3:07; Sandstrom, Ana (holding stick), 6:41, Fedorov, Det (cross-checking), 11:41; Marshall, Ana (interference), 17:24; McCarty, Det (roughing), 17:26; Karpa, Ana (roughing), 19:22, Fetlsov, Det (roughing), 19:22 Third Period -5, Detroit, Shanahan 27 (McCarty, Lldstrom), 3:52 (pp) 4, Anaheim, Trnka 2 (Selanne, Rucchin), 6:29. Penalties Pushor, Ana (hooking), 2 32; Lapointe, Det (hooking), 5:07; Marshall, Ana (holding stick), 6:09; Karpa, Ana, double minor (roughing), 14:22; McCarty, Det (roughing), 14:22, Kozlov, Det (roughing), 14:22; Murphy, Det (slashing), 15:48, Larlonov, Oct (hooking), 17:21; Selanne, Ana (unsportsmanlike conduct), 19:39; Murphy, Det (unsportsmanlike conduct), 19:39. Overtime None Penalties-None. Shots en goal-Anaheim 6-7-13-228. Detroit 12-18-12-244 Power-plays Anaheim 0 of 4, Detroit 2 of 4. Goalies Anaheim, Shtalenkov 11-13-5 (44 shots-41 saves). Detroit, Hodson 9-2-3 (28-25). A-19,983 (19,983). Referee Stephen Waikom. Linesmen-Dan McCourt, Mark Pare. Second Period 5, Edmonton, Kovalenko e (Weight), 7:53. Peneltles-Klee, Was (hooking), 2 42; McAmmond, Edm (cross-checking), 9:14, Ber-ehowsky, Edm (holding stick), 13:03, Gonchor, Was (roughing), 15:16; Marchant, Edm (roughing), 15:16, Berube, Was (rouohing), 18:04. Third Perlod-4, Edmonton, Weight 25 (McAmmond, Musii), 19 59 (en). Penalties-Reekie, Was ( Interference), t 14 Hamrlik, Edm (holding), 12 U Guerin, Edm (high-sticking), 15:02. Shots t goal Washington 5-8-1225. Edmonton 12-12-10-34. Power-plays Washington 1 of 7, Edmonton 1 ot e. Goalies-Washington, Rantord 7-12-2 (33 shots 30 saves). Edmonton, Joseph 23-28-9 ( 25-23). A 15,130 (17,099). Referee-Paul Devorskl. Linesmen Swede Knox, Randy Mltton. m BODY SHAMPOOS PRIVATE MODELING -LUXURIOUS SUITES ', 439-7551 PRIVATE MODELING 478-1595 ftlJSE. 2946 Forest Hill Blvd. 'i I M0OEL (561)439-3117 t" e Jut 3 Unhti Vf. 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