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THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1997 9C-a Panthers Calendar In the Crease Upcoming garnet NovemberDecember ML REPORT GLASS HALF FULL: Once again, COLD: Pittsburgh Penguin coach Kevin Constantine, on whether injured defenseman Darius Kasparaitis needs a face shield: "If he was better looking, we'd worry about protecting him." It the Anaheim Mighty Ducks couldn't seem to win in ancient Are they tired of listening to me?" COLIN CAMPBELL, Rangers coach, wondering aloud why his team is only 8-12. storied Maple Leaf Gardens. The Ducks have one just once in 10 trips to Toronto, and Tuesday escaped with a tie at 3. Said defenseman Bobby Dollas: "It's better than losing," TV: SC - SportsChannel. Shaded games at Miami Arena; All times EDT l' IS g ,jl IS IB IB B) I JO 1 2 3 4 S MX) 6 Capitals sc 7 1:30 8 9 10 7:30 11 12 7:00 13 7:00 Capita Hanfcami bum Handera sc sc sc sc Original Panther no stranger to change Panthers Defenseman Gord Murphy also lost his head coach when he played for the Philadelphia Flyers six years ago. By Chuck Otterson Palm Beach Post Staff Writer POMPANO BEACH A mid-season coaching change is nothing new to Florida Panthers defenseman Gord Murphy. But that make the playoffs," said Murphy, who becomes an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season, as do goalkeeper John Vanbiesbrouck and forward Tom Fitzgerald. "All three are certainly important to us, but we've not pushed real hard at this time to sign them," Murray said. "We'll try to make a deal with them, but I've talked to their agents, and they're not in a hurry. We're going to see what free agency brings." Dvorak returns: Right wing Radek Dvorak, out 4V2 weeks with a fractured wrist, returned to practice Wednesday. Murray said he would re-evaluate Dvorak today, talk to team doctors and decide whether to activate Dvorak for Friday's game at Washington. H Johnson ready: Murray said the decision to recall center Ryan Johnson from New Haven and send left wing Peter Worrell to that AHL club was a combination of rewarding Johnson for good play in the minors and making sure Worrell, 20, gets to play regularly. "We want to give Ryan a chance," Murray said. "We want young guys to see there is an opportunity to move up if you work hard and do well. He brings energy and speed and hopefully could play. "Worrell's got to play games. He can't be sitting on the bench." ; Murphy is one of seven players who are still with the Panthers after being selected in the 1993 NHL expansion draft. He previously played for the Flyers and the Boston Bruins. Murray has been pairing Murphy with 21-year-old Ed Jovanovski, a No. 1 draft choice who has not lived up to expectations, "trying to get him to the next level." "It's a big adjustment, the whole maturing process," Murphy said of Jovanovski. "It's the toughest position in hockey; a bad decision is magnified. Everybody's watching him, and he's having to deal with the situation mentally, on and off the ice. But he's keeping his composure." Murphy, one of the Panthers' alternate captains, said Murray has been "incorporating things slowly" into the club's offense and defense. "With so many games one after another, he didn't want to throw too much at us and have us running around confused." The Panthers appeared to have learned quickly when they set a club record with 10 goals in Murray's first game as coach, beating Boston 10-5. "It showed us, and raised the expectations of the fans, that we can turn things around and didnt make it any easier when Bryan Murray replaced Doug MacLean last week. The same thing happened during the 1991-92 season, when Murphy was with the Philadelphia Flyers, and scout Bill Dineen replaced Paul Holmgren. "It was an unexpected thing, like this," said Murphy, 30, a 10-year NHL Murphy veteran. "Any time you make a change, it's a big adjustment. It's a shock and a disappointment, because we let Doug down and didn't play the way we should have. Then you have different feedback, a different view, from a different person." Summaries Bruins 3, Flyers 0 Lightning 2, Coyotes 1 Boston 0 1 2-3 Phoenix 1 0 0-1 Philadelphia 0 0 0-0 Tampa Bay 0 2 0-2 Bruins blank Flyers; Conference standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div Philadelphia 15 9 5 35 80 66 9-6-2 6-3-3 5-3-2 New Jersey 17 9 0 34 74 49 10-4-0 7-5-0 9-2-0 Washington 14 10 4 32 83 73 5-3-2 9-7-2 5-2-1 N.Y. Islanders 11 13 4 26 75 79 5-7-1 6-6-3 3-7-3 N.Y. Rangers 8 12 9 25 73 79 4-6-5 4-6-4 2-5-3 Florida 8 14 5 21 63 80 3-10-3 5-4-2 4-5 3 : Tampa Bay 5 17 4 14 52 87 4-5-3 1-12-1 1-8-1 Northeast W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div Montreal 16 10 3 35 87 68 7-6-3 9-4-0 4-3-2 Pittsburgh 15 9 5 35 83 71 6-4-3 9-5-2 7-1-3 .Boston 12 12 5 29 70 78 3-6-3 9-6-2 3-3-2 Carolina 12 13 4 28 80 80 9-5-3 3-8-1 5-5-1 Ottawa 11 13 4 26 72 70 6-8-1 5-5-3 1-5-2 ; Buffalo 8 12 6 22 68 74 4-6-2 4-6-4 2-3-3 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central W L T Pts GF GA Home Away Div Dallas 18 7 4 40 95 65 8-3-2 10-4-2 5-4-0 . Detroit 17 6 5 39 93 63 9-4-3 8-2-2 3-2-2 St. Louis 16 9 3 35 81 62 10-4-2 6-5-1 6-2-1 Phoenix 13 12 2 28 77 75 9-4-1 4-8-1 5-3-0 Chicago 10 13 4 24 59 69 5-6-2 5-7-2 1-7-1 Toronto 8 13 4 20 50 70 4-8-2 4-5-2 3-5-0 Pacific W I T Pts GF GA Home Away Div Colorado 14 6 8 36 84 70 7-2-4 7-4-4 5-2-2 Los Angeles 12 10 5 29 85 73 8-5-0 4-5-5 3- 1-0 Anaheim 11 13 6 28 68 83 4-7-3 7-6-3 5-4-1 Vancouver 9 14 4 22 77 90 4-6-3 5-8-1 2-3-2 Edmonton 8 14 6 22 66 86 4-6-3 4-8-3 3-7-1 San Jose 9 18 2 20 73 91 4-9-1 5-9-1 2-6-0 Calgary 6 15 7 19 70 87 5-7-2 1-8-5 3-2-2 Wednesday's results HIGHLIGHTS - Buffalo 4, Anaheim 0 Satan: 2 goals Carolina 5, Islanders 3 SandersonDineen: 1 goal, 1 assist , Montreal 2, Los Angeles 0 Thibault: 35 saves Boston 3, Philadelphia 0 Axelsson: 1 goal, 1 assist , Tampa Bay 2, Phoenix 1 Puppa: 26 saves Edmonton at Dallas, late Detroit at Calgary, late Today's games ; LATEST LINE New Jersey at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. New Jersey (-'2Even) Los Angeles at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Los Angeles (-'iEven) Colorado at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Colorado (-I-H2) Toronto at St. Louis, 8:30 p.m. St. Louis (-1 V2 1 ) San Jose at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Vancouver (- I-H2) , LEGEND: A (-2'h) 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 1 team must either win, tie, or lose by less than two goals. Tuesday's results Friday's games I ottawa 4 'slanders 2 Florida at Washington, 7 p.m. Washington 3, Rangers 2 (0T) Phoenix at Carolina, 7:30 p.m. St. Louis 3, New Jersey 1 Tampa Bay at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m. Anaheim 3, Toronto 3 (0T) Philadelphia at N.Y. Rangers, 7:30 p.m. Colorado 4, Edmonton 2 Calgary at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Detroit at Edmonton, 9 p.m. Panthers statistics POS NO. PLAYER GP G A PTS - PIMPPSH GWGT S PCTG C 15 DaveGagner 27 11 9 20 -2 31 2 1 1 0 55 20.0 L 14 Ray Whitney 22 8 9 17 2 2 2 0 1 0 51 15.7 'R 27 Scott Mellanby 27 5 10 15 -7 39 2 0 0 0 65 7.7 D 24 Robert Svehla 27 2 11 13 5 24 1 0 0 0 42 4.8 L 11 Bill Lindsay 27 6 6 12 3 20 0 1 2 0 59 10.2 R 26 RaySheppard 25 6 3 9 -5 0 2 0 0 0 60 10.0 R 21 Tom Fitzgerald 27 5 3 8 4 16 0 0 0 0 37 13.5 jL 25 Viktor Kozlov 21 5 2 7 -4 2 2 0 0 0 55 9.1 R 51 David Nemirovsky 20 4 3 7 -3 4 1 0 1 0 24 16.7 D 5 Gord Murphy 27 2 5 7 -2 14 2 0 0 0 50 4.0 - L 97 EsaTikkanen 14 1 6 7 -3 10 0 0 0 0 20 5.0 'C 9 Kirk Muller 26 0 7 7 -6 16 0 0 0 0 29 .0 ,'C 22 Steve Washburn 16 3 3 6 -3 12 2 0 1 0 20 15.0 D 55 EdJovanovski 27 3 3 6 0 38 0 1 1 0 30 10.0 C 23 Chris Wells 27 2 4 6 3 18 0 0 0 0 31 6.5 ID 3 PaulLaus 27 0 6 6 -8 94 0 0 0 0 16 .0 ,C 44 Rob Niedermayer 10 3 2 5 -3 18 1 0 1 0 22 13.6 L 29 Johan Garpenlov 21 1 2 3 1 4 0 0 0 0 25 4.0 R 12 Jody Hull 19 2 0 2 1 4 0 1 0 0 22 9.1 'R 19 Radek Dvorak 10 022 -4 400007 .0 D 2 Terry Carkner 25 0 2 2 0 18 0 0 0 0 13 .0 D 7 Rhett Warrener 26 0 2 2 -8 34 0 0 0 0 21 .0 G 34 J. Vanbiesbrouck 17 Oil 0 200000 .0 L 28 Peter Worrell 3000 -1 600003 .0 .G 1 Kevin Weekes 400 0 0 000 00 0 .0 D 8 Dallas Eakins 5000 1 14 00004 .0 G 30 Mark Fitzpatrick 9000 0 200000 .0 Lightning Palm Beach Post Wire Services PHILADELPHIA Top pick Joe Thornton scored his first NHL goal and point in the third period as the struggling Boston Bruins defeated the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 Wednesday night. Boston goaltender Bryon Da-foe, who was 1-5-2 in his previous eight starts, gained his fourth career shutout by stopping 20 shots. Steve Heinze broke a scoreless tie in the second period and Per-Johan Axelsson had a goal and an assist for the Bruins, who snapped a seven-game winless streak (0-5-2) and recorded just their second win in 13 games. B Lightning 2, Coyotes 1: Paul Ysebaert and Dino Ciccarelli scored second-period goals 34 seconds apart to lead Tampa Bay over Phoenix at the Ice Palace. Ysebaert scored on a breakaway at 12:25. Jamie Huscroft, who assisted on the goal, snapped a 24-game point drought. Ciccarelli then scored his 590th career goal from the right circle at 12:59. The right wing, who was making his second appearance since elbow surgery Nov. 7, hadn't scored since Oct. 21. B Stars 4, Oilers 1: Dallas overcame the loss of NHL scoring leader Mike Modano in the first period to beat Edmonton at Reunion Arena. Modano was hit on the right knee by the knee of Oilers defenseman Bryan Marchment on a hard check along the boards with 11:02 left in the first. Modano crumpled to the ice and was helped to the locker room, where he was taken out of the game after an evaluation by Stars medical personnel. A more extensive exam was scheduled following the game. B Sabres 4, Mighty Ducks 0: Dominik Hasek turned back 29 shots and Miroslav Satan scored two goals to lead Buffalo to its win against visiting Anaheim. B Hurricanes 5, Islanders 3: Kevin Dineen returned from a six-game absence for a hamstring injury and helped fuel a three-goal first period that sent Carolina to its victory against New York at Greensboro, N.C. American Lingerie 4290 loth An. N., lull 104 HUUNG .Sitting, frattp N.E. Corner Northlake Oflifi h Military Trail OZO-yVOV Appearing ft .'If t -O-"". - top Coyotes fl Canadiens 2, Kings 0: Vincent Damphousse ended Montreal's five-period scoring drought with a second-period, power-play goal as the host Canadiens beat Los Angeles. B Bruins waive Carey: Boston goalie Jim Carey said he will report to the Bruins' American Hockey League affiliate in Providence, R.I., if he clears waivers today but won't rule out asking for a trade. The former Vezina Trophy winner was placed on waivers Tuesday after he refused a two-week conditioning assignment with the AHL team. B Jagr top vote-getter: Pittsburgh's Jaromir Jagr continues to lead all vote-getters for the NHL's international all-star team. Jagr, a three-time All-Star, has received almost 13,000 more votes than Anaheim right wing Teemu Selanne. Colorado's Peter Forsberg leads all centers with 65,903 votes, while teammate Sandis Ozolinsh leads all defensemen with 41,484 votes. Buffalo's Dominik Hasek, last season's Hart Trophy winner as the NHL's most valuable player, leads all goalies with 50,038 votes. B Noteworthy: Pittsburgh Penguins center Ed Olczyk is out for six to eight weeks with a broken cheekbone suffered in Monday's 1-0 win over Montreal. . . . New York Islanders goaltender Eric Fichaud will be out for three weeks after separating his left shoulder in Tuesday's loss to the Ottawa Senators. . . . The Chicago Blackhawks named former All-Star center Denis Savard an assistant coach. LATE TUESDAY B Avalanche 4, Oilers 2: Peter Forsberg scored two goals as Colorado continued its dominance against Edmonton. Colorado improved to 10-0-1 against Edmonton in the past 11 regular-season games between the two teams. J 1 torn I 1 1 " 4 3f I I IwVj Private Modeling Private Suites Call for Details! 439-3117 HZ e W- MON-SAT Mm-3am SUN lOam-lim Now Hiring list ltuMM Still M 1.7 Mil! F el Wlltiiy trill i 3:4 Mill olCnutmi Urn t. IU Karlce's O0OY HEAT PNIVATI f whirlpool sums ' BACHELOR PARTIES Major Credit Carets ATM Accepted 432-9252 3485 Lake Worth Road (across Irom drive-in) Tonight Thru Saturday at... FILIYI STAR Open til 5 AM ; i ; V - ' i ml-, . ' .Jiwmnmiii 1 4 1 tA f i IV- j: f $2 SHOT " imams inarm s-- m mmmr, I j;"f'''Jlr.; 1 First Period-None. Penalty-Myhres, Phi (hooking), 14:51. Second Period-!, Boston, Heinze 3 (Donato, Allison), 11:05. Penally Snow, Phi, served by Klatt (Interference), 8:57. Third Piriod-2, Boston, Thornton 1 (Axelsson), 6:09, 3, Boston, Axelsson 2 (Taylor, Bourque), 12:46. Penalties McLaren, Bos (interference), 8:31; Niin-imaa, Phi (tripping), 14:26; Snow, Phi, served by Prospal (delay of game), 17:21. Shots on goal-Boston 3-4-23-30. Philadelphia 3-11-2034. Power-plays Boston 0 of 4; Philadelphia 0 of 1. Goalies-Boston, Dafoe 9-10-4 (34 shots-34 saves). Philadelphia, Snow 7-6-2 ( 30-27). A-19,481 (19,511). Referet-Rob Shick. Linesmen-Pat Da-puzzo, Mark Pare. Hurricanes 5, Islanders 3 N.Y. Islanders Carolina 0 1 2-3 3 1 1-5 First Perlod-1, Carolina, Dineen 4 (Leschyshyn, Sanderson), 9:43. 2, Carolina, Sanderson 6 (Chias-son, Dineen), 10:09. 3, Carolina, Manderville 2 (Ranheim, Grimson), 11:50. Penalties-O'Neill, Car (hooking), :24; O'Neill, Car (interference), 13:02; Kruse, NY, maior (fighting), 16:51; Burt, Cor, major (fighting), 16:51. Second Perlod-4, New York, Palffy 14 (Chorske, Green), 1:29. 5, Carolina, Kapanen 14 (Chlasson, Roberts), 13:10. Penalties Pilon, NY (slashing), 5:25; Primeau, Car, maior (fighting), 6:36; Houda, NY, maior (fighting), 6:36; Brown, Car (holding), 15:31; Bertuzzl, NY (interference), 17:33; Leschyshyn, Car (tripping), 17:53. Third Period-6, New York, Green 10 (Bertuzzl, Reichel), 14:20 (pp). 7, New York, Lapolnte 5 (Bertuzzl, Smolinskl), 19:13. 8, Carolina, Kapanen 15 (Primeau), 19:37 (en). Penalties-Berard, NY (slashing), 2:25; Primeau, Car, minor-maior (roughing, fighting), 4:15; McCabe, NY, maior (fighting), 4:15; Pllon, NY (roughing), 7:27; Emerson, Car (roughing), 7:27; Kapanen, Car (holding slick), 12:38. Shots on goal-New York 10-12-11-33. Carolina 9-6-8-23. Power-plays-New York I of 6; Carolina 0 of 3. Goalies-New York, Salo 8-8-1 (22 shots-18 saves). Carolina, Burke 6-7-4 ( 33-30). A-5,651 (15,902). Referee-Mick McGeough. Linesmen-Brian Murphy, Tim Nowak. Stars 4, Oilers 1 Edmonton Dallas 0 1 0-1 3 1 0-4 First Period -1, Dallas, Nieuwendyk 15 (Reid, Chambers), 4:26. 2, Dallas, Verbeek II (Nieuwendyk, Sydor), 9:26 (pp). 3, Dallas, Reld 6 (Zubov, Langenbrunner), 14:08 (pp). Penalties-Keczmer, Dal (slashing), 5:38; Buchberger, Edm (tripping), 831; Marchment, Edm, maior-game misconduct (kneeing), 8:58; Verbeek, Dal, double minor (roughing), 9:47; de Vries, Edm (roughing), 9:47; Bannister, Edm (slashing), 12:29; Friedman, Edm, double minor (roughing, slashing), 16:34; Verbeek, Dal, mlnor-maior-game misconduct (roughing, slashing), 16:34. Second Period 4, Dallas, Langenbrunner 13 (Carbonneau, Lehtinen), 4:31. 5, Edmonton, Llnd-gren 3 (Buchberger), 13:57. Penalties-Marshall, Dal, major (fighting), 4:04; Laraque, Edm, maior (fighting), 4:04; Dallas bench, served by Keczmer (too many men), 5:37; Marshall, Dai, major (fighting), 14:15; Buchberger, Edm, maior (fighting), 14:15. Third Period No scoring. Penalties Hatcher, Dal (cross-checking), 1:11; Smyth, Edm (holding), 2:45; de Vries, Edm (roughing), 5:11; Matvichuk, Dai, maior (boarding), 7:49; Lindgren, Edm (interference), 10:00; Hatcher, Dal (cross-checking), 14:05; Mironov, Edm (high-sticking), 14:28; Weight, Edm (unsportsmanlike conduct), 14:28; Ludwig, Dal (unsportsmanlike conduct), 14:28; Chambers, Dal (high-slicking), 19:39. Shots on goal-Edmonton 2-7-10-19. Dallas 15-8-8-31. Power-plays-Edmonton 0 of 7; Dallas 2 of 7. Goalies-Edmonton, Joseph 8-12-6 (16 shots-12 saves), Essensa (4:31 second, 15-15). Dallas, Belfour 15-4-4 (19-18). A 14.241 (16,924). Referee-Mark Faucette. Linesmen-Dan McCourt, Dan Schachte. NHL Today STARS Tuesday Peter Forsberg, Avalanche, scored two goals Including the game-winner with 4:19 remaining to lead Colorado to a 4-2 victory over Edmonton. Craig Conroy, Blues, assisted on all three St. Louis goals in a 3-1 victory at New Jersey. SCORING SECOND Washington's Joe Juneau scored with 1:15 remaining in overtime to lift the Capitals to a 3-2 victory over the New York Rangers on Tuesday night. The Rangers, 0-4-2 in their last six games, allowed their opponent to score first for the 14th time in 15 games at Madison Square Garden. LtluuJ d ill I'l'lK'l 1 ilia BODY WORKS PRIVATE SUITES 863-7337 5 727 Northluke Blvd. fl block east of Prosperity Farms Rd NPB Mon-Wed urti 10 3 am i nurs-rn iii iu 317 Lafca Worth Rd. rr IsTCJUUU r-sj,- sis L 1 V mosi y. I Adutt I ' LJ First Perlod-1, Phoenix, Shannon 1 (Ylonen, Corkum), 13:18. Penalties-Tocchet, Pho (hooking), 8:16; Roenick, Pho (roughing), 14:48; Tocchet, Pho, minor-major (roughing, fighting), 14:48; Wtemer, TB, mlnor-maior (roughing, fighting), 14:48; Seli-vanov, TB (holding), 17:32. Second Period-2, Tampa Bay, Ysebaert 4 (Hu-scroft), 12:25. 3, Tampa Bay, Ciccarelli 4 (Langkow, Racine), 12:59. Penalties-Janney, Pho (hooking), 8:51; Huscroft, TB (unsportsmanlike conduct), 14:02. Third Period-None. Penalties-Renberg, TB (hooking), 4:51; Tkachuk, Pho (hooking), 18:57. Shots on goal-Phoenix 5-11-11-27. Tampa Bayl-8-3-19. Missed penalty shot Ciccarelli, TB, 12:58 first. Power-plays-Phoenix 0 of 3; Tampa Bay 0 of 4. Goalies-Phoenix, Khabibulin 12-11-2 (19 shofs-17 saves). Tampa Bay, Puppa 5-10-3 ( 27-26). A-16,196 (19,758). Referee-Stephen Walkom. Linesmen-Thor Nelson, Pierre Racicot. Canadiens 2, Kings 0 Los Angeles Montreal 0 o 0-0 0 1 1-2 First Period-None. Penalties-Ferraro, LA (kneeing), 5:02; Manson, Mon (tripping), 16:16; Boucher, LA (tripping), 17:41. Second Period-I, Montreal, Damphousse 8 (Ru-cinsky, Brisebois), 19:19 (pp). Penalties Manson, Mon (slashing), 11:51; Norstrom, LA (interference), 14:16; Stumpel, LA (tripping), 17:18; Johnson, LA (hooking), 17:50. Third Perlod-2, Montreal, Recchi 13 (Corson, Koivu), 14:32. Penalties Bureau, Mon (holding), 6:07; Thornton, Mon (cross-checking), 17:08; Rob!-faille, LA, mlnor-maior-game misconduct (slashing, spearing), 19:53; Malakhov, Mon (slashing), 19:53. Shots on goal Los Angeles 7-13-1535. Montreal 13-13-8-34. Power-plays Los Angeles 0 of 4; Montreal 1 of 5. Goalies-Los Angeles, Chabot 1-2-2 (34 shots-32 saves). Montreal, Thibault 10-5-1 (35-35). A 19,722 (21,273). Referee-Richard Trottier. Linesmen Jean Morin, Stephane Provost. Sabres 4, Mighty Ducks 0 Anaheim Buffalo 0 0 0-0 2 1 1-4 First Perlod-1, Buffalo, Audette 7 (Dawe, Peca), 15:04 (pp). 2, Buffalo, Satan 10 (Plante, Barnaby), 17:42. Penalfies-Peca, Buf (elbowing), 3:05; Stevenson, Ana (roughing), 7:38; Marshall, Ana (high-sticking), 13:53; Sandslrom, Ana (elbowing), 15:33; Boughner, Buf (holding), 18:53; May, Buf, double minor (roughing), 18:53. Second Period 3, Buffalo, Holzinger 5 (Audette, Woolley), 4:56 (pp). Penalties-Nielsen, Ana (slashing), 3:57; Janssens, Ana (high-slicking), 16:06. Third Period-4, Buffalo, Satan II (Woolley), 8:57. Penalties-Satan, Buf (holding stick), 6:12; Salei, Ana (hooking), 16:55; Janssens, Ana, major-game misconduct (fighting), 17:16; Karpa, Ana, misconduct, 17:16; Barnaby, Buf (charging), 17:16; Zhitnik, Buf (tripping), 19:07. Shots on goal-Anaheim 7-8-14-29. Buffalo 10-10-5-25. Power-plays-Anaheim 0 of 4; Buffalo 2 of 7. Goalies-Anaheim, Hebert 7-10-3 (25 shots-21 saves). Buffalo, Hasek 7-10-4 ( 29-29). A-11,654 (18,595). Referee-Don Koharski. Linesmen-Derek Amell, Ray Scapinello. Late Tuesday Avalanche 4, Oilers 2 Edmonton Colorado 1 0 1-2 0 2 2-4 First Period I, Edmonton, Smyth 10 (Weight, Arnott), 2:08. Penalties Marchment, Edm (crosschecking), 5:09; Corbet, Col (interference), 7:14; Odgers, Col (roughing), 9:51; Bannister, Edm (hooking), 13:19; Mironov, Edm (interference), 17:48. Second Period-2, Colorado, Forsberg 8 (Krupp, Kurri), 6:28 (sh). 3, Colorado, Sakic 15 (Kamensky, Ozolinsh), 18:50 (pp). Penalties-Weight, Edm (holding), 2:27; Deadmarsh, Col (hooking), 4:45; Bannister, Edm (slashing), 10:52; Colorado bench, served by Kamensky (too many men), 13:37; Friedman, Edm (roughing), 16:38; Lemieux, Col (roughing), 16:38; Arnott, Edm (hooking), 16:52. Third Period-4, Edmonton, Kovalenko 2 (Smyth, Weight), 3:12 (pp). 5, Colorado, Forsberg 9 (Lemieux, Kamensky), 15:41. 6, Colorado, Lemieux 10 (Gusarov, Klemm), 18:14. Penalties-Arnott, Edm, maior (fighting), 2:12; Foote, Col, minor-maior-misconduct (instigator, fighting), 2:12; deVries, Edm, minor-misconduct (holding), 3:48; McGillis, Edm (elbowing), 10:49; Buchberger, Edm (roughing), 10:49; Lemieux, Col (roughing), 10:49; Bannister, Edm (elbowing), 12:30; Merchant, Edm, minor-misconduct (unsportsmanlike conduct), 12:30; Forsberg, Col (roughing), 12:30; Deadmarsh, Col, minor-misconduct (slashing), 12:30; Mironov, Edm (roughing), 13:01; Corbet, Col (roughing), 13:01; Arnott, Edm, misconduct, 15:48. Shots on goal-Edmonton 7-4-720. Colorado 10-16-16-42. Power-plays-Edmonton 1 of 5; Colorado 1 of 8. Goalies-Edmonton, Joseph 8-11-6 (42 shots-38 saves). Colorado, Roy 11-4-7 (20-18). A 16,061 (16,061). Referee-Mark Faucette. Linesmen-Wayne Bonney, Andy McElman. I MODELING s 4781595 V4MJktt'Llpt.t.tf: Hlvd. JtiNt tHl ul liu; TltntpiTv Flt W il fiirniiikr Shop(iint( Plaia (flftween It-XMio & t'hevrim, nr (h MO 3 am " ddi j urn iu o din aun i ptn to i am r-w comf see NHL Leaders Through Tuesday's games PLAYER, TEAM CP C A PTS PIM Modano, Dal 28 15 23 38 12 Forsberg, Col 25 28 37 34 Leclair, Phi 28 20 IS 35 16 Lindros, Phi 27 10 24 34 57 Lafontaine, NYR 29 15 18 33 18 Corson, Mon 28 11 21 32 38 Selanne, Ana 23 8 31 12 Bondra, Was 26 19 12 31 18 Bure, Van 27 15 16 31 18 Same, Col 28 15 15 30 22 Tkachuk, Pho 26 16 13 29 45 Reichel. NYI 27 12 17 29 12 Stumpel, LA 26 8 21 29 26 Francis, Pit 29 8 21 29 4 Hull, StL 28 14 14 28 18 Recchi, Mon 28 12 16 28 12 Weight, Edm 28 9 19 28 16 Gates, Was 28 7 21 28 8 Palffy, NYI 27 13 14 27 8 Jagr, Pit 25 11 16 27 20 Gretiky, NYR 29 9 18 27 6 Nieuwendyk, Dal 29 14 12 26 8 Shanahan, Det 24 13 13 26 31 Yashin, Ott 28 11 15 26 10 Koivu, Mon 28 7 19 26 20 Hockey updates Call 511 and enter the codes below to ''Sill hear previews, frequent updates and final recaps for all pro hockey games. 50 for up to 5 minutes. See 2A for more details. 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