Arizona Daily Star from Tucson, Arizona on October 27, 1986 · Page 10
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. Page Six Section C &f)f Arizona Bailn Siar Tucson, Monday, October 27, 1986 Fergus' bad-angle goal gives Toronto a tie; Flyers fell North Stars - -re Th Associated Press Minnesota's Ron Wilson, left, knocks Philadelphia's Murray Craven to the ice I The Associated Press ' NEW YORK Tom Fergus, whose third-period goal gave the Toronto Maple Leafs a 3-3 tie last night with the New York Rangers, was looking to pass the puck but ran out of time and was forced to shoot. "Sometimes they go in and sometimes they don't," the Toronto wing said of the shot that beat New York goaltender John Vanbiesbrouck with 2:57 remaining in regulation time. Fergus took a pass from Steve Thomas on a two-on-one rush and fired the puck from a bad angle about 15 feet from the net. "He held onto it and held onto it," Vanbiesbrouck said of the game-tying goal. "He caught me standing still. I'm surprised he got a shot off as well as he did." Rangers Coach Ted Sator bemoaned his team's missed opportunities "Seven power plays and only one goal to show for it," Sator said. "We could have been up 5-1 coming out of the second period. We weren't." Pierre Larouche had given New York a 3-2 lead when he scored his fifth goal of the season, at 1:22 of the third period. Mike Ridley picked up a loose puck along the boards and passed to Larouche, who skated in and fired a five-footer past Toronto goaltender Allan Bester, who was making his first start of the season. The tie extened the Rangers' unbeaten streak to six games, 2-0-4. The Maple Leafs broke a two-game losing streak that a followed their five-game unbeaten streak at the start of the NHL season. Flyers 4, North Stars 1 PHILADELPHIA Derrick Smith set up Peter Zezel for the deciding goal at 16:25 of the second period, and Philadelphia went on to a victory over Minnesota. The victory improved the Flyers' record to 7-1. The North Stars, who have not won a game at the Spec trum since April , 1978, dropped to 3-4-1. Zezel's goal, which gave Philadelphia a 2-0 lead, came after Smith intercepted a clearing pass from Frantisek Musil inside the Minnesota zone. He centered a pass to Zezel, who tipped the puck past Minnesota goalie Kari Takko from two feet out. The North Stars cut the Flyers' lead to 2-1 on a ' power play when Dino Ciccarelli deflected a shot from Craig Hartsburg between goalie Ron Hextall's pads at 16:58. Philadelphia took a 3-1 lead in the third period. Lindsay Carson fired a 30-foot shot that Takko caught but then dropped at his feet Teammate Scott Bjugstad tried to clear away the puck, but tipped it past Takko at 1:48. REPRINTED FROM YESTERDAY'S FINAL EDITION i Rangers 3, Canadiens 3 MONTREAL Guy Carbonneau's second goal of the game early in the third period earned Montreal a tie. 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