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r 8C THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, MARCH 3 1 , 1 998 s c Panthers Calendar Upcoming game In the Crease MarchApril LUCK OF THE RED: Dominik Hasek gave up more than two goals for only the third time in his past 19 games in a 4-2 loss to Detroit Sunday. "They got two lucky breaks. The first goal deflected from the pad, the second deflected from my own player," said Ilasek. FULFILLING DREAMS: Steve Yzerman, on how it felt to score , his 561st goal and pass Guy Lafleur on the career list Sunday night against Buffalo. "When I was growing up those were my heroes, so it's nice to have my name with them." Not unless I had insomnia." RON FRANCIS, Penguins center, when asked if he would watch a tape of his team's 1-1 tie with Ottawa on Sunday. L Jl REPORT 29 30 31 1 7:30 2 3 4 3:00 CmiiMlM Flyara SC FOX 5 6 00 6 7 7:30 8 9 7:30 10 11 1:00 toe MiU nm Pwm SC SC FOX TV: SC - SportsChannel. Shaded games at Miami Arena; All times EDT Summaries Lightning 3, Rangers 1 Conference standings Tampa Bay N.Y. Ranger! 1-3 S-l Muller-led line responds with Mellanby at wing Panthers First Period 1, New York, Kovalev 20 (Sund-strom, Gretiky), 1:44. Pmaltim-Wilkie, TB (crosschecking), 5:10; Stock, NY (Interference), 7:00; Langdon, NY (homing), 15:48. Second Period 2, Tampa Bay, Bonsignore 2 (Renberg, Andersson), 3:06. 3, Tampa Bay, Anders-son 5 (Renberg, Cross), 18:56. Penaltits Kovalev, NY (cross-checking), 5:49; Cullimore, TB (holding), 7:24; Nazarov, TB, double minor (interference, roughing), 13:01; Stock, NY (roughing), 13:01; Dyk-huis, TB (hooking), 15:34; Driver, NY (interference), 16:52. Third Period 4, Tampa Bay, Andersson 6 (Renberg, Bonsignore), :33. Penalties Tucker, TB, major (fighting), 4:19; Zamuner, TB (hooking), 4:19; McCarthy, TB (roughing), 4:19; Errey, NY, maior (fighting), 4:19; Stock, NY (roughing), 4:19; Smith, NY (high-sticking), 7:36; Cullimore, TB (interference), 17:09, Goneau, NY (hooking), 19:11. Shots on goal Tampa Bay 4-10-620. New York 6-4-1424. Power-plays Tampa Bay 0 of 6; New York 0 of 6. Goalies Tampa Bay, Bierk 1-2-0 (24 shots-23 saves). New York, Cloutier 3-3-1 (16-13), Richter :33 third, 4-4). A 18,200 ( 18,200). Referee-Lance Roberts. Linesmen Pierre Champoux, Brian Murphy. Bruins 4, Avalanche 1 By Brian Biggane Palm Beach Post Staff Writer It started with Kirk Muller. When the NHL trade deadline passed last week, Muller, a left winger for all but a few games this season, went to Florida Panthers coach Bryan Murray and asked to get a look at center. "I just feel more confident there," Muller said. EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div x-New Jersey 45 19 9 99 203 140 27-7-1 18-12-8 21-4-4 Philadelphia 37 24 11 85 213 171 21-9-6 16-15-5 14-8-4 Washington 33 28 11 77 190 184 18-12-5 15-16-6 13-10-4 N.Y. Rangers 22 34 18 62 182 209 13-16-9 9-18-9 6-15-7 N.Y. Islanders 24 37 10 58 185 204 13-19-4 11-18-6 7-12-4 Florida 21 39 12 54 174 225 9-20-6 12-19-6 10-13-4 Tampa Bay 17 46 9 43 142 229 11-18-6 6-28-3 7-16-3 Northeast W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div x-Pittsburgh 36 20 17 89 202 168 19-8-9 17-12-8 13-5-7 Boston 33 26 13 79 190 168 17-14-6 16-12-7 10- 7-5 Montreal 34 29 9 77 212 183 15-15-7 19-14-2 8-12-2 Buffalo 31 26 15 77 183 165 15-11-8 16-15-7 9- 7-5 Ottawa 28 31 13 69 168 179 17-14-5 11-17-8 5-11-6 Carolina 29 35 7 65 175 193 15-15-6 14-20-1 9-12-1 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div x-Dallas 43 18 11 97 214 143 21-8-7 22-10-4 10-9-4 x-Detroit 39 20 15 93 225 179 21-8-8 18-12-7 10-6-6 St. Louis 39 26 8 86 217 174 24-9-5 15-17-3 13-8-1 Chicago 29 32 12 70 178 178 13-16-7 16-16-5 6-12-5 Phoenix 28 32 12 68 193 202 16-15-6 12-17-6 10-8-4 Toronto 26 38 9 61 167 208 14-18-5 12-20-4 9-15-1 Pacific W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div x-Colorado 37 21 16 90 215 184 19-9-10 18-12-6 15-9-4 Los Angeles 34 27 11 79 208 194 20-13-3 14-14-8 15-9-2 Edmonton 29 35 10 68 186 203 16-16-5 13-19-5 10-15-1 San Jose 29 37 7 65 179 197 14-19-4 15-18-3 12-12-2 Calgary 24 36 13 61 194 218 17-15-5 7-21-8 11-10-3 Anaheim 24 38 11 59 180 227 11-21-4 13-17-7 9-15-2 Vancouver 22 39 13 57 203 253 13-19-4 9-20-9 9-11-6 x-clinched playoff berth He said, OK, we re going to make a new checking line, and you'll center it.' " The left winger was a no- brainer: Bill Lindsay, the team's best defensive forward since the departure of Tom Fitzgerald. But Murray had a surprise at right wing, deciding on Scott Mellanby, the team's all-time leading scorer. "I just felt like he's been putting pressure on himself to . " a, Muller the game-winner by Lindsay with 5:27 remaining. Against Boston, it yielded nothing to the top line of Dmitri Kristich, Sergei Samsonov and Steve Heinze while again scoring twice, including the tying goal by Mellanby with 17.7 seconds left and the; winner by Lindsay in overtime. And against Chicago, it shut down the likes of Tony Amonte and Alexei Zhamnov as Florida recorded its first shutout in almost two months. Boston coach Pat Burns even paid the trio the ultimate compliment. Allowed to make the last line change as the home coach, Burns repeatedly waited until the Muller line was on the ice before pulling his top line in an effort to avoid the matchup. ' And to think it all goes back to Muller's little talk with Murray. "I've spent most of my time at center the last couple of years," Muller said. "That's my game, and I feel it's the spot that fits me best." Widely regarded as a disappointment after scoring only five goals this season, Muller remains confident that he's nowhere near the end of his career. If his recent run continues, the whispers that Murray might consider buying out the last two years ' of his contract will disappear. "I'm confident the goals will come if I play well," he said. "That's the case for both me and the team. I believe in the system, and believe we can be a winning hockey team." Muller disagrees with call: Muller was stunned Sunday when a measurement of his stick determined it was illegal, resulting in a two-minute penalty that gave Chicago a two- and even three-man advantage in the final minutes. Blackhawks coach Crai" Hartsburg called for the measurement after Mellanby was sent off for charging with 2:15 remaining. When goaltender Jeff Hack-ett left his net seconds later, Chicago had six skaters to Florida's three, but got off only one shot before Viktor Kozlov hit an empty net from 180 feet to end the scoring. "I still don't think it was illegal, but I'll take responsibility," said Muller. "Mine are always legal. I was a little shocked when it wasn't." HIGHLIGHTS score all season, and hoped this would relieve it," Murray said. Was he concerned about Mellanby's lack of speed? "He's smart enough, and knows how to play the angles, and win the battles on the wall," Murray said. "Trading Tommy and Ray (Sheppard) maybe wasn't the worst thing for him. It gives him an opportunity to try different things." Mellanby's down-to-earth self-image was a key to the switch. He's been the first to admit he's not a natural goal-scorer or go-to guy, but rather an opportunist whose goals usually come from being in the right place at the right time. "I really didn't have to change my game much," he said. "I was given a bit of a role, and told that I'd get a lot of ice time. It's nice to have the responsibility. "Maybe this is a transition for me in my career. The power-play time is going to the younger guys now. But I feel capable of handling it emotionally and doing the job." The line has been outstanding in the Panthers' three-game win streak that has followed its 13 straight losses. Against Montreal, it gave up a first-period goal to Shayne Corson, but later got two of its own, including Monday's results Boston 4, Colorado 1 Tampa Bay 3, N.Y. Rangers 1 Los Angeles 3, Toronto 2 St. Louis 6, San Jose 2 Edmonton 3, Calgary 1 Today's games N.Y. Islanders at Washington, 7 Montreal at Carolina, 7:30 p.m. Chicago at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. LEGEND: A (-2Vi) next to one team means that underdog. To wager on the favorite, a victory by team must either win, tie, or lose by less than Sunday's results Florida 4, Chicago 0 Ottawa 1 , Pittsburgh 1 Philadelphia 3, Carolina 1 Wednesday's games Montreal at Florida, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. Los Angeles at Buffalo, 7 p.m. Tampa Bay at N.Y. Islanders, 7:30 p.m. Boston at N.Y. Rangers, 7:30 p.m. Carolina at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m. NHL Leaders p.m. team three two leads Lightning in N.Y. a 1 cl ' S2 I yX f) L ft Inv I J . ' 9 OL !, off Through Sunday PLAYER, TEAM CP 6 A PTS PIM Colorado 0 101 Boston 3 o4 First Perlod-I, Boston, Carter 11 (Helnze, Allison), 1:47. 2, Boston, Carter 12, 16:38. 3, Boston, Khrlstlch 27, 18:12 (pp). Penalties-Deadmarsh, Col (Interference), 3:55; Krupp, Col (cross-checking), 6:09; Samsonov, Bos (hooking), 11:10; Ledyard, Bos (holding stick), 13:06; Jones, Col (cross-checking), 17:04; Foote, Col (roughing), 18:01. Second Period-4, Boston, Taylor 18 (Bourque), 2:51 (sh). 5, Colorado, Lemieux 22 (Messier, Kurri), 3:08 (pp). Penalties-Sullivan, Bos (hooking), 1:29; Ellett, Bos (roughing), 1:29; Ozolinsh, Col (hooking), 1:40; Corbet, Col, major (fighting), 8:57; Van Impe, Bos, major (fighting), 8:57; Gill, Bos (holding), 12:10; Donato, Bos (holding stick), 16:03. Third Ptriod-None. Penalties-Sullivan, Bos (interference), 10:45; Kurri, Col (holding), 13:34, Donovan, Col (holding), 18:20. Shots on goal Colorado 9-5-620. Boston 16-9-4 29. Power-plays Colorado 1 of 7; Boston 1 of 7 Goalies-Colorado, Roy 30-15-12 ( 29 shots-25 saves). Boston, Dafoe 26-21-9 ( 20-19). A 15,319 ( 17,565). Referee-Stephen Walkom. Linesmen-Kevin Collins, Brad Kovachik. Kings 3, Maple Leafs 2 Los Angeles Toronto 1 0 0 1 2-3 1-2 First Period 1, Los Angeles, Murray 25 (O'Don-nell), 1:59. Penalties-Berg LA (tripping) :25; Markov, Tor (hooking), 3:15; O'Donnell, LA (Interference), 15:14; Doml, Tor (interference), 19:33. Second Period-2, Toronto, Cote 3 (Sundin, M.Johnson), 3:03. Penalties-Ferraro, LA (holding stick), 1:29, M.Johnson, Tor (tripping), 4:00, Galley LA (holding), 8:45; Zettler, Tor (cross-checking), 11:47; Zmolek, LA, maior (fighting), 18:10; Doml, Tor, double minor-major (slashing, hooking, fighting), 18:10. Third Perlod-3, Los Angeles, Galley 7 (Murray, Stumpel), 16:41 (pp). 4, Los Angeles, Courtnall 10 (Zmolek), 18:21 (sh). 5. Toronto. rirk In iir,ni.. M Johnson), 19:45. Penalties-Norstrom, LA (holding), 7:30; Sullivan, Tor (goaltender Interference), 13:42; Yushkevich, Tor (holdino). 16 99 Mi,. I (tripping), 17:26. Shots on goal-Los Angeles 7-5-12-24. Toronto 11-0-19-40. Powor-plays-Los Angeles 1 of 8; Toronto 1 of 6. Goalios-Los Angeles, Storr 7-4-1 (40 shots-38 saves). Toronto, Potvin 23-30-7 ( 24-21). A IS 726 (15,726). Referee-Dave Jackson. Linesmen-Gerard Gauthier, Ray Scapinello. Blues 6, Sharks 2 San Jose St. Louis 1- 2 2- 6 First Period I, San Jose. Zvuzin 5 (Houlder. Ricci), 8:09 (pp). Penalties Marchment. SJ (hiah- sticking), 1:05, Courtnall, StL (slashing), 1:35; Rag-narsson, SJ (high-sticking), 3:38; Pronger, StL (hooking), 6:32; Chase, StL (unsportsmanlike con duct), 8:42; MacLean, SJ (trippingj, 13:43; Zyuzin, SJ (interference), 16:29; Nicholls, SJ (charging), 20.00. " Second Period-2, St. Louis. Courtnall 28 (Du- chesne, Maclnnis), :55 (pp). 3, St. Louis, Turgeon 17 (Hull, Bergevin), 9.52. 4, St. Louis, Campbell 20 (Yake), 11:59 5, St. Louis. Yake 9 (Pronoorl. li 11 Penalties Pronger, StL (elbowing), 1:30, Burr, SJ (roughing), 6:13, Picard, StL (rouahinol. 6:13. Low- ry, SJ (roughing), 8:31; Rheaume, StL (roughing). Jl; LOwry, 5J (slashing). 0:55: Maclnnis. SIL (slashing), 10:55; McAlpine, StL (hooking), 14:42; Chase, StL, minor-misconduct (Interference), 17:33. inira renoa-6, 5t. Louis. Rheaume 4 Mac nnls. Hull), 1:06. 7, San Jose, Matteau 13 (Marchmentl. 36 8, St. Louis, McAlpine 2 (Turoeon. Hull). 12:16 Penalties McAlpine, StL (holding), 2:16, latrate, SJ (cross-checking), 8:49; Pellerin, StL (tripping). Shots on goal-San Jose 411-21. St. Louis 6-11-12-29 Power-plays-San Jose 1 of 7, St. Louis 1 of 5. Goalies-San Jose, Hrudey 4-15-2 (12 shots-IO saves), Muzzattl (10:08 second, 0-0); Hrudey (9 05 second, 4-2); Muizatti (5:42 second, 13-11). St Louis, Fuhr 26-20-6 ( 21-19). A-20,157 (19,260). Referee-Mark Faucelte. Linesmen Greg Devorski, Scott Driscoll. Oilers 3, Flames 1 Calgary Edmonton 0 1 0-1 2 0 1-3 First Period-I, Edmonton, McAmmond 16 (Hamrllk, Weight), 2:59 (pp). 2, Edmonton, Mar-chant 9, 11:06 (sh). Penalties-Patrick, Cal (Interference), 2 53; Tabaracci, Cal, served by Dingman (high-sticking). 6:10; Hoard, Edm (interference), 9:16, McAmmond, Edm (hooking), 18 20. Second Perlod-3. Calgary, Patrick 5 (Iginla, Bouchard), 16:53. Penalties Dingman, Cal (hooking), 10 57. Wiemer, Cal (hooking), 14:48 Third Period-4, Edmonton, Marchant 10 (Buch-bergerl, 9 33. Penalties-Weight, Edm (slashing), 4:41; Bouchard, Cal (tripping), 11:40; Wiemer, Cal (roughing), 15:22, Mironov, Edm (roughing), 15 22 Shots on goal-Calgary 5 8 8-21 Edmonton 11-10-17-38 Power-plays Calgary 0 of 3; Edmonton 1 of 5. Goalies Calgary, Tabaracci 13-21-6 138 shots-35 sovesl Edmonton, Joseph 24-29-9 ( 21-20) A-17 099 (17,099). Referee-Dan Marouelli. Linesmen-Randy Mitton, Mark Wheler. scrimmage accommodate television. The season opener against The Citadel on Sept. 5 and the Sept. 12 game against Northeast Louisiana will start at 6 p.m., with SEC games against Kentucky (Sept. 26), LSU (Oct. 10), Auburn (Oct. 17) and South Carolina (Nov. 14) scheduled to start at 1 p.m. SOFTBALL FAU 5 3, Mercer 4-2: Alicia Smith's bases-loaded triple capped a four-run sixth inning as the Owls rallied past the Bears in the first game of a double-header in Macon, Ga. The Owls (36-10) completed the sweep behind Courtney Shoff s 15th victory of the season in the second game. vip PHOTO STUDIO Mtxk-ling Private Suites 561-638-0852 Karfee's y nnrtif I l Z wm HEAT ""LUX U" UCHCiW 'arret r ji in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Jose goalie Kelly Hrudey dives to stop a shot by St. Louis's Pierre Turgeon during Monday's game. Carter: 2 goals Andersson: 2 goals, 1 assist Murray: 1 goal, 1 assist Hull: 3 assists Marchant: 2 goals LATEST LINE Washington I-IV2) Montreal (-'iE) Philadelphia (-I-H2) Is the favonte and the other team (2) is the goals is needed. To win on the underdog, the goals. Detroit 4, Buffalo 2 Dallas 3, New Jersey 1 St. Louis at Toronto, 7:30 p.m. Colorado at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at Calgary, 9 p.m. Edmonton at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Phoenix at Anaheim, 10:30 p.m. Late Sunday Stars 3, Devils 1 New Jersey Dallas 1 1 1 0-1 0-3 First Period I, Dallas, Carbonneau 7 (Keane, Matvichuk), 13:31. Penalties Oliwa, NJ (unsportsmanlike conduct), 13:52; Ludwig, Dal (holding), 17:30 Second Period-2, Dallas, Adams 9 (Hatcher), 1:02. 3, New Jersey, Bodger 8 (Andreychuk, Elias), 12:45 (pp). 4, Dallas, Adams 10 (Carbonneau, Keane), 13:57. Penalties-Holik, NJ (tripping), 5:48; Andreychuk, NJ (elbowing), 8:26; Ludw,g, Dal (holding), II 47; Pederson, NJ (slashing), 18:41; Stevens, NJ (interference), 19 28. Third Period None. Penalties Marshall, Dal, double minor (elbowing, roughing), 13:03; Elias, NJ (roughing), 13:03, Andreychuk, NJ (tripping), 14:13; Stevens, NJ, misconduct, 14:13; Oliwa, NJ, minor-misconduct (roughing), 18:00; Langenbrunner, Dal (roughing), 18 00, Hatcher, Dal (holding), 18 43. Shots on goal New Jersey 9-9-15-33 Dallas 8-14-729. Power-plays New Jersey 1 of 4, Dallas 0 of 6. Goalies New Jersey, Brodeur 42-13-7 1 29 shots 26 saves). Dallas, Belfour 31-12 10 (33-32). A-16,928 (16,928). Referee-Mark Faucette. Linesmen-Andy McElman, Jay Sharrers. limits QBs in Colleges Auburn coach Terry Bowden attended the scrimmage, and Bobby Bowden will visit Auburn's camp April 13. This is the last season that father and son can exchange information before the season, because they will play each other in 1999. Gators-Vols in prime time: The Florida-Tennessee game Sept. 19 in Knoxville, Tenn., will be televised by CBS (WPEC-12, WFOR-4) at 8 p.m. Kickoff times also have been set for Florida's six home games, although they could be changed to ABSOLUTELY EDEN 963-6161 Sf I on Hyk. at Mil Tr 9 i j PRIVATE MOMENTS 637-4299 i'j j inc RO if I I I lea Andersson Palm Beach Post Wire Services NEW YORK Goaltender Zac Bierk stopped 23 shots for his first NHL victory and Mikael Andersson scored two goals and assisted on another Monday night, leading the Tampa Bay Lightning over the host New York Rangers 3-1. Mikael Renberg assisted on all three Lightning goals. Andersson's fifth goal of the season gave Tampa Bay a 2-1 lead at 18:56 of the second period. His wrist shot trickled off the stick of goalie Dan Cloutier. Andersson added an insurance goal 33 seconds into the third period, scoring on a rebound of Renberg's shot. Alexei Kovalev put the Rangers ahead 1-0 1:44 just into the game with a wrist shot. Bruins 4, Avalanche 1: Host Boston got two goals from Anson Carter and two fluke goals off Colorado players to beat Colorado. Boston broke a four-way tie for fourth place in the Eastern Conference with Montreal, Washington and Buffalo. All four teams have 10 regular-season games left the battle for the last playoff spot with home-ice advantage in the first round. Kings 3, Maple Leafs 2: Russ Courtnall scored a short-handed goal at 18:21 of the third period as Los Angeles dampened host Toronto's playoff hopes. 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NYR Yashin, Ott Barnes, Pit Holik, NJ Weight, Edm Yierman, Det Reichel, NYI FSU defense Special to The Palm Beach Post TALLAHASSEE The Florida State football team held its second scrimmage of spring practice Monday, with the defense dominating. The Seminoles offense didn't make a first down until its seventh possession of the scrimmage. Quarterback Dan Kendra, who has a broken little toe on his left foot, completed 9-of-19 for 68 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Chris Weinke completed 6-of-21 passes for 83 yards. "You'd like to see someone pull away," coach Bobby Bowden said of the quarterback situation. Defensive end David Warren had 3Vi sacks and one tipped pass. , 2346 Forest Hill Blvd. Jut 3 Lights W. CI 193 AM American Lingerie 963-0070 7W IM . MM t4 625-9060 LaFontaine won't return this year: Rangers center Pat LaFontaine, still feeling the after-affects of a concussion, said his season was over but hopefully not his career. 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