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IOC THE PALM BEACH POST SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1998 Panthers Calendar Upcoming garnet In the Crease MarchApril HECK WITH CHECKING: Boston's top checking line of Rob DfMalo, Mike Sullivan and P.J. Axelsson each scored a goal in the first 10 minutes to lead the Bruins past the Flyers 4-2 Thursday. The line has combined for just 21 goals this season. PENALTY KILLERS: The Islanders killed off seven of eight , Penguins power plays, including ; three in the last 10 minutes, to defeat Pittsburgh 4-3 Thursday. Whoever missed the first five minutes of this game missed quite a hockey game." Bruins' BYRON DAFOE after Boston and Philadelphia scored five goals in the first 10 minutes Thursday. 23 24 25 26 27 28 3:00 Bnrim FOX 29 3.00 30 31 I 7:30 2 3 4 3:00 BUcMimto fimdlim Firm SC SC FOX REPORT TV: SC - SportsChannel. Shaded games at Miami Arena; All times EDT Summaries Blackhawks 2, Senators 1 Conference standings M cLean could prove Ottawa Chicago 0 1 0 i 0-1 0-2 EASTERN CONFERENCE a stopper, or a stopgap Atlantic W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div x-New Jersey 44 18 9 97 199 137 27-7-1 17-11-8 21-4-4 Philadelphia 36 23 11 83 208 166 21-8-6 15-15-5 14-8-4 Washington 32 28 11 75 187 182 18-12-5 14-16-6 13-10-4 N.Y. Rangers 22 33 17 61 179 204 13-15-9 9-18-8 6-14-7 N.Y. Islanders 24 36 10 58 182 200 13-19-4 11-17-6 7-12-4 Florida 19 39 12 50 167 223 9-20 6 10-19-6 10-13-4 Tampa Bay 16 45 9 41 137 220 11-18-6 5-27-3 6-16-3 Northeast W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div First Period-None. Penalties Murray, ott, ma-jor (fighting), 3:31; Russell, Chi, major (fighting), 3:31; Lambert, Ott (hooking), 5:24; Moreaj, Chi (holding), 7:18; Moreau, Chi (holding), 9:52; Chicago bench, served By Krlvokrasov (too many men). Second Period 1, Chicago, Johnson 12 (Amonte, Zhamnov), :32. 2, Chicago, Zhamnov 17 (Amonte, Weinrlch), 17.08 (pp). 3, Ottawa, McEachern 21 (Kravchuk, Alfredsson), 19:05 (pp). Penalties-York, Ott (tripping), 6:51; Laflamme, Chi (roughing), 0:50; Prospal, Ott (holding), 16:53; Krlvokrasov, Chi (roughing), 17:59. Third Period None. Penalties Moreau, Chi (holding), 1:06; Lambert, Ott (tripping), 14:44. Shots en goal-Ottawa 8-6-3-17. Chlcaoo 4-16-3- By Brian Biggane Palm Beach Post Staff Writer 13- 5-6 23. Power-olavs Ottawa 1 of 6: Chlcaoo I of 4 Panthers vs. Bruins 10- 7-5 Goalies-Ottawa, Rhodes 14-18-5 (23 shots-21 saves) Kirk McLean hasn't been around forever; it just seems that Chicago, Hackett 20-U-lt (17-16). A-19,172 ( 20,500) Referee Rob Shick. Linesmen Dan McCourt 8-12-2 17-12-8 16-12-7 19-14-2 15-14-7 11-17-7 13-20-1 165 19-8-7 164 16-13-6 181 14-15-7 161 15-11-8 178 17-14-5 188 15-14-6 199 184 204 180 167 170 87 77 75 75 68 63 15 13 9 15 12 7 Pittsburgh Boston Montreal Buffalo Ottawa Carolina 36 20 32 25 33 29 30 25 28 31 28 34 Mark Pare. 9- 7-5 5-11-5 NHL Leaders WHO: Florida (19-39-12) vs. Boston (32-25-13). WHEN: 3 p.m. 9-12-1 Through PLAYER, TEAM CP 6 A PTS PIM WESTERN CONFERENCE way. In 1989-90, when McLean was 23, he led all NHL goaltenders in games (63) and minutes played (3,739). Four years later, he carried the Vancouver Canucks to the Stanley Cup finals. Now, four years after that, he's a Florida Panther. Jagr, Pit WHERE: FieetCenter, Boston. TV: WFLX-29. WSVN-7. RADIO: Forsberg, Col Selanne, Ana Gretzky, NYR Bure, Van Francis, Pit Allison, Bos Stumpel, LA Leclalr, Phi Floury, Cal 67 68 67 72 73 71 70 65 70 71 70 71 59 67 70 71 71 71 32 22 50 20 44 21 29 20 42 25 37 16 28 43 32 29 27 28 58 63 33 60 35 57 44 52 29 46 33 53 39 22 33 35 37 34 90 85 83 80 79 78 73 72 71 71 70 69 67 65 65 64 64 62 56 92 26 28 46 16 44 38 24 165 30 30 III 40 50 41 64 43 Panthers Palffy, NYI Oates, Was Llndros, Phi Bondra, Was Brind'amour, Phi Recchl, Mon Central W I T Pts GF GA Home Away Div x-Dallas 42 17 11 95 210 138 20-7-7 22-10-4 10-9-4 x-Detroit 38 19 15 91 219 174 20-8-8 18-11-7 10-5-6 St. Louis 37 26 8 82 208 170 22-9-5 15-17-3 12-8-1 Chicago 29 31 12 70 178 174 13-15-7 16-16-5 6-12-5 Phoenix 28 31 12 68 193 199 16-14-6 12-17-6 10-8-4 Toronto 25 37 9 59 161 202 13-17-5 12-20-4 9-15-1 Pacific W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div x-Colorado 36 20 16 88 209 17718-9-10 18-11-6 14-9-4 Los Angeles 33 26 11 77 203 187 20-13-3 13-13-8 15-8-2 Edmonton 28 34 10 66 183 201 15-15-5 13-19-5 9-15-1 San Jose 28 36 7 63 173 190 14-19-4 14-17-3 12-12-2 Anaheim 24 37 11 59 177 222 1 1-21-4 13-16-7 9-14-2 Calgary 23 35 13 59 188 213 16-15-5 7-20-8 10-9-3 Vancouver 22 38 13 57 201 250 13-18-4 9-20-9 9-11-6 x-clinched playoff berth I Friday's results HIGHLIGHTS Amonte, Chi Sundin, Tor WJNO- 1040AM, WQAM-560AM. WJNX-1330AM, WJNA-1230AM. INJURIES: Florida C Rob Niedermayer (post-concussion syndrome), out; D Jeff Norton (bruised sternum), out. Boston D Kyle McLaren (broken foot), out; D Don Sweeney (broken shoulder blade), out. SCOUTING REPORT: Florida has had some wild games against Boston this season, winning 10-5 and 5-4 and losing 6-2. The Panthers should be relaxed after ending their 13-game losing streak, but Boston could wind up anywhere from fourth to seventh in the playoff picture. Bruins rookie Sergei Samsonov is a sure Calder Trophy candidate. LATEST LINE: Bruins -1 V2 1 . See NHL standings for explanation of line. Statistical leaders Late Thursday Maple Leafs 1, Stars 0 Toronto Dallas 0 0 1-1 0 0 0-0 First Period None. Penalties-Smith. Tor ihalri. Ing stick), 1:47; Markov, Tor (hooking), 9:31. Second Period-None. Penalties Yushkevlch. Tor (tripping), 12:06, Keczmer, Dal (Interference). 16:58. FLORIDA PANTHERS Third Period-1, Toronto. Berezin 15 (Zpttlerl 3:42. Penalty-Cote, Tor (tripping), 11:27. Shots on soa -Toronto 2-7-6-15 Dallas 14-9-13- 36. Pover-plays-Toronto 0 of I; Dallas 0 of 4. Goalies-Toronto, Potvin 22-29-7 ( 36 shots-36 saves) Dal las, Turek 11-6-1 (15-14). A-16,622 (16,928). Referee-Don Koharski. Linesmen-Andv McEl- Chicago 2, Ottawa 1 Hackett: stopped 16 Buffalo at Edmonton, late Today's games LATEST LINE man. Jay Sharrers. Sharks 5, Kings 2 POS PLAYER NUMBERS Lw Ray Whitney 1 26 goals, 27 assists, 53 points C Dave Gagner 18 goals, 20 assists, 38 points D I Robert Svehia 7 goals, 31 assists, 38 points BOSTON BRUINS POS PLAYER NUMBERS RW Jason Allison I 29 goals, 44 assists, 73 points C Dmitri Khristich 26 goals, 28 assists, 54 points D I Ray Bourque 1 2 goals, 29 assists, 4 1 points San Jose Los Angeles 1-S 1-2 Boston ( 1V2. 1) First Period I, San Jose. Friesen 25 (Ricci. I- frate), 6:10 (pp). 2, San Jose, Granato 14 (Houlder, NlchOlls). 9:04 (00). 3. San Jose. Lowrv 3 (Suffer. Ragnarsson), 14:33. 4, San Jose, MacLean II (Burr), 18:07. Penalties-Granato. SJ (Interfer Pittsburgh Philadelphia St. Louis (-Dallas ( After playing his first 10 seasons with one team, he's played for three in his 11th. And the question is being asked: Is McLean on his way out at age 31? "I don't think you could ever say that," Panthers goaltending coach Billy Smith said. "Most goal-tenders don't even start winning Stanley Cups until they're 30-31 years old. He should be just coming into his own." Bryan Murray didn't try to tell people he had landed the next John Vanbiesbrouck when he acquired McLean for Ray Sheppard on Tuesday. He needed a goal-tender to put up for the expansion draft, and McLean filled that need. And if Vanbiesbrouck heads elsewhere as a free agent this summer, well, then McLean is insurance until Kevin Weekes is ready to be the starter. Still, Murray had said only days earlier that if Vanbiesbrouck left, he wanted an upper-echelon goalie to "protect" Weekes as he developed at his own pace. Did McLean fit his criterion of being among the top 50 percent of NHL goalies? "I would say he's in the 16-17 range," Murray conceded. "He's technically sound, and he squares off pretty well. He hasn't played much in awhile, and he came through situations in both Vancouver and Carolina that weren't the best. "We think Billy can help him. 'i.Even) Brian Biggane ence), 2:11; Bylsma, LA (hooking), 5:28; O'Donnell, LA (tripping), 7.39; Marchment, SJ (high-sticking), -l'2, l) IV. I I. Second Period-5, Los Anoeles. C Johnson 16 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. 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 (Stumpel, Galley), 2:15 (op). Penalties-March- Colorado ( Los Angeles (-Montreal ( l'2, l) 'i.Even) l'2, l) ment, SJ (roughing), .18; Ricci, SJ (boarding), 7:42; LaPerrlere, LA (high-sticking), 10:38; Perreault, LA (holding stick), 18:27. Third Peried-6, Los Anoeles. Stumoel 20 (Tsv- Toronto (- plakov. Galley), 2:04. 7, San Jose. Friesen 26 (Gran- '2,Even) (-l, '2) Vt, Even) ato), 19:34 (en). Penalties-San Jose bench, served New Jersey Vancouver (- by Burr (too many men), 4:30; C.Johnson, LA (holding), 5:35. Shots on goal-San Jose 13-5-3-21. Los Angeles 5-11-1632 Power-plays San Jose 2 of 5: Los Anoeles favorite and the other team (2) Is the LEGEND: A (-2V4) next to one team means that team is the underdog. To wager on the favonte, a victory by three goals is needed. To win on the underdog, the 1 of 5. Goalies San Jose, Vernon 25-22-5 ( 32 shots 30 saves). Los Angeles, Fiset 24-19-8 ( 20-16). A 12,820 (16,005). Referee-Richard Trottier. Linesmen-Shane Heyer, Baron Parker. team must either win, tie, or lose by less than two goals, : Thursday's results Blues 3, Lightning 2 getting the win. "He had a couple of big stops V early, though, and the team rallied . around that," Murray said. McLean split goaltending du-ties in Vancouver with Arturs ' Irbe, then mostly sat behind Tre- " vor Kidd in Carolina. "It's been kind of a rollercoas-j ter for me lately I've had two knee surgeries, a broken finger and a broken rib the last few years," he said. "But I don't think ;;! this team is that far from being a "; good team, and I'd like to be a part of it." He respects Billy Smith, and maybe there are some technical things the two could work on to improve." McLean recalled that Smith was the opposition goaltender when he played his first NHL game in 1986. "I don't think Billy needs to put me through drills," he said. "He's not going to change my style, but if he sees a bad habit, we'll talk about it. I think he's there as a consultant." McLean had an uneven debut in his first game as a Panther on Thursday, giving up four goals but Tampa Bay St. Louis 0 1 3 0 1-2 0-3 FirSt PeriOd 1. St I nilic UarlnnL 17 r.n Toronto 1 , Dallas 0 New Jersey 2, Colorado 0 Calgary 3, Washington 2 Buffalo 5, Vancouver 2 San Jose 5, Los Angeles 2 bell, Rheaume), 3:30 (pp). 2, St. Louis, B.Hull 25 (Duchesne, Turgeon), 7:39. 3, St. Louis, B.Hull 26 (Rheaume. Duchesne). 12:0? p.n.iti.t u...rnu Florida 5, Montreal 4 Boston 4, Philadelphia 2 " Carolina 4, N.Y. Rangers 1 - N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 3 Anaheim 3, Detroit 3, tie St. Louis 3, Tampa Bay 2 Sunday's games TB (Interference), :47; Fitzpatrick, TB, served by j.muii isiasning), 1:42; McCarthy, TB, major (fighting), 3:48; Twist. StL. maior ffinhtinn) 1 At- WiiLi. TB, major (fighting), 4:09; Pellerin, StL, maior (fighting), 4,09; Moclnnis, StL, (slashing), 9 23; Bonsignore, TB (holding), 13:32; Maclnnls, StL (hooking), 19:23. Second Period 4. Tamnji Rav Anriamnn A c.r Buffalo at Detroit, 7 p.m. New Jersey at Dallas, 8 p.m. Florida at Chicago, 3 p.m. Ottawa at Pittsburgh, 2 p.m. Philadelphia at Carolina, 7 p.m. Penalties-Cross, TB (holding), 5:50; Cross, TB (cross-checking), 12:50; Racine, TB (Interference), 14:56; Gill, StL (high-sticking), 17:S8. Third Period 5. Tamn Rv Danharn It fUUHkl. Hackett, Chicago stop Senators 2-1 MoS'0' P,n"iw-HuH- S,L Ctripprng)) Shots on ooal Tamiu Rv C7-7 10 CI I a 6-23 Power-plays-Tampa Bay 0 of 4; St. Louis 1 of 6 Goalies-Tampa Bay, Fitzpatrick 7-16-1 (23 shots- a saves), st. Louis, Fuhr 24-20-6 (19-17). A-20.5O2 Linesmen- ut,wi. KtToree Mick McGeough. Late Thursday Sabres 5, Canucks 2 i nwi nciwn, uon acnacnre. Devils 2, Avalanche 0 Flames 3, Capitals 2 2 -2 S-S 1 Buffalo Vancouver New Jersey Color ade Washington Calgary I 1 0-2 1 1-3 place in the NHL's Eastern Conference. LATE THURSDAY Blues 3, Lightning 2: Brett Hull scored twice to lead host St. Louis past Tampa Bay. Maple Leafs 1, Stars 0: Felix Potvin stopped 26 shots for his fifth shutout and Sergei Berezin got the game's only goal as Toronto beat host Dallas. Sharks 5, Kings 2: Jeff Friesen and Tony Granato led a ing Los Angeles. Devils 2, Avalanche O: Martin Brodeur stopped 23 shots . and earned his ninth shutout of the ' season as New Jersey beat host Colorado. Flames 3, Capitals 2: Jason Wiemer scored the winning goal in his Calgary debut as the , host Flames beat Washington. ., Sabres 5, Canucks 2: , Mike Peca scored twice, including J the go-ahead goal, as Buffalo ' scored five third-period goals. The Associated Press CHICAGO Goaltender Jeff Hackett stopped 16-of-17 Ottawa shots and Greg Johnson and Alex Zhamnov scored second-period goals Friday night to give the Chicago Blackhawks a 2-1 victory over the Senators. The Blackhawks, 5-1-1 in their last seven games, improved to 29-31-12 and moved into sole possession of sixth place in the National Hockey League's Western Conference standings. The Senators, who got a power-play goal from Shawn McEachern, are 1-3-2 in their last six contests. Ottawa dropped to 28- First Period-1, Washington, Konowalchuk 7 (Witt, Juneau), 2:31. Penalties Fleury, Cal (hooking), 5:15, Wiemer, Cal (hooking), 1:11; Fleury, Cal (slashing), 10 13, Klee, Was (hooking), 13:03. Second Period-2, Washington, Oates 16 (Tik-kanen, Krygier), 2 22. 3, Calgary, Cassels 12 (Morris, Allison), 3 21 4, Calgary, Fleury 25 (Domenichelli, Hulse), 13:37 5, Calgary, Wiemer 9 (Fleury, Morris), 14 13 (pp). Penalties-Juneau, Was (holding), 5 09 Stillman, Cal (charging), II 54; Krygier, Was (holding stick), 12:26, Berube, Was, double minor (roughing, high-sticking), 15 02; Hunter, Was, double minor (roughing), 15:02; Hulse, Cal (roughing), 15:02, Albelin, double minor (roughing), 15 02; Fleury, Cal (slashing), 19:53. Third Peried-None. Penalty Stillman, Cal (slashing), 5:40. Shots en goal Washington 5-7-15-27 Calgary 7-15-426 Power-olays-Washington 0 of 6; Calgary I of 4 Goalies Washington, Kolzig 25-16-9 ( 26 shots-23 saves). Calgary, Tabaracci 12-20-6 ( 27-25). A 15.712 (11,742). Referee-Lance Roberts. Linesmen-Don Henderson, Mike Cvik. First Period None. Penalties Brodeur, NJ, served by Brylin (tripping), 6:03; Miller, Col (hooking), 14:51. Lacrolx, Col (tripping), 19:41 Second Period-1, New Jersey, Sykora 15 (An-dreychuk, Pederson), 7:12 (pp). I New Jersey, Pe-derson 12 (Andreychuk, Sykora), 15:22 (pp). Penalties-Deadmarsh, Col (tripping), 7 04; Billing-ton, Col, served by Krupp, minor-game misconduct (unsportsmanlike conduct), 7:12, Odelein, NJ, double minor (hooking, unsportsmanlike conduct), 10:03; Colorado bench, served by Leroux (too many men), 1331; Jones, Col (high-sticking), 16 46; New Jersey bench, served by Oliwa (too many men), II 33. Pederson. NJ (tripping), 19:23. Third Period None. Penalties Kamensky, Col (roughing), 2:36; Oliwa, NJ (roughing), 11:01; Roy, Col, served by Ozolinsh (high-sticking), 15:33. Shots en goal New Jersey HI-10 29. Colorado 9-9-523, Power-plays New Jersey 2 of I; Colorado 0 of 6. 6oalies-New Jersey, Brodeur 41-12-7 (23 shots-23 saves). Colorado, Billington 7-6-4 (14-13), Roy (7 12 second, 15-14). A-I6.06I (16.061). RefereePaul Stewart. Linesmen Greg Devorskl, Scort Drlscoll. First Period 1, Vancouver, Bure 44 (Messier, May), :21. 2, Vancouver, May 4 (Messier, Bure), 13 53 Penalties OMund, Van (interference), 43, Ward, But (hooking), 4:19; McKee, Buf (tripping), i ll, Mogilny, Van (high-sticking), 4 42; Ohlund, Van (interference), 9:14; Boughner, Buf, minor-major (roughing, fighting), 14:46; Scatchard, Van, maior (fighting), 16 46; Bure, Van (roughing), 16:46; Kruse, Buf (roughing), 20:00; Walker, Van (roughing), 2000. Second Period None. Penalties McKee, Buf (holding), 3:11; Zhltnik, Buf (holding stick). It 47; May, Van (roughing), II 55. Third Period -3, Buffalo, Woolley (Plante, Bar-naby), 1:09 4, Buffalo, Sanderson 10 (Primeau), 6 01 5, Buffalo, Peca 17 (Ward, Shannon), 7:10 6, Buffalo, Zhitnik 13 (Audet)e, Barnaby). 9 20. 7, Buffalo, Peca II (Ward), 11:5 (pp). Penalties-Smen-lik, Buf (hooking), 3:73; Woolley, Buf (slashing), 9 45; Mogilny, Van (roughing), 10 06; Barnaby, Buf, maior-game misconduct (fighting), 12:70; May, Van, maior-game misconduct (fighting), 12:20; McCabe. Van, maior-game misconduct (fighting), 12:20, Primeau, Buf, maior (fighting), 13:35, Staios, Van, major (fighting), 13:35; Kruse, Buf, maior- four-goal first period with power-play goals as San Jose ended a four-game losing streak by defeat ol-U, but remained in eighth PRIVATE MOMENTS 637-4299 5 65 Atlantic Aw. Delrav ABSOLUTELY EDEN 963-6161 SC Corner of Hvpebjio It Ml. 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