NHL HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 10/06/91

NHL HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 10/06/91

Post by Mark Irw » Wed, 09 Oct 1991 01:02:54


For the week of October 7th to the 11th Bryan (better known as SPIKE)
won't able to post the daily results.  I have agreed to do it for him so if
you have any comments, problems, etc, please forward them to me, not
Bryan.

Mark

NHL HOCKEY STANDINGS FOR 10/06/91.

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                                  STANDINGS
      PATRICK              ADAMS              NORRIS              SMYTHE
TM   W  L  T  PT   TM   W  L  T  PT   TM   W  L  T  PT   TM   W  L  T  PT

NJ   2  0  0   4   QUE  1  0  0   2   MIN  1  0  0   2   VAN  2  0  0  4
WAS  2  0  0   4   BOS  1  1  0   2   TOR  1  1  0   2   LA   1  0  1  3
PIT  1  0  1   3   MON  1  1  0   2   DET  0  1  1   1   CAL  1  1  0  2
NYI  1  0  0   2   HAR  0  1  0   0   CHI  0  2  1   1   WIN  1  1  0  2
NYR  1  1  0   2   BUF  0  2  0   0   STL  0  1  0   0   EDM  0  1  1  1
PHI  0  1  1   1                                         SJ   0  2  0  0    

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Calgary Flames  (1-1-0)   2  1  0  -  3
Winnipeg Jets   (1-1-0)   3  2  0  -  5

Ed Olczyk scored a pair of power-play goals Sunday night to lead the
Winnipeg Jets to a 5-3 victory over the Calgary Flames.

1st period: WIN, Murray (1st) - (Barber) 4:00
            CAL, Roberts (1st) - (Fleury, MacInnis) 8:09 (pp)
            WIN, Olczyk (1st) - (Olausson, Murray) 11:38 (pp)
            WIN, Ashton (1st) - (Cole, McLlwain) 12:16
            CAL, Gilmour (1st) - (Suter, MacInnis) 19:47 (pp)

2nd period: WIN, Housley (1st) - (Barber) 1:43 (pp)
            WIN, Olczyk (2nd) - (Housley) 6:32 (pp)
            CAL, Roberts (2nd) 10:35

3rd period: NONE

Powerplay Opportunities - Flames 2 of 9
                          Jets   3 of 10

Shots on Goal - Flames  16  12  8  -  36
                Jets     9   8  7  -  24

Calgary Flames -- Vernon (1-1-0)  (24 shots - 19 saves)
Winnipeg Jets  -- Essensa (1-0-0) (36 shots - 33 saves)

ATT-10,887

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Philadelphia Flyers  (1-0-1)  2  0  0  0  -  2
Pittsburgh Penguins  (0-1-1)  1  1  0  0  -  2

Philadelphia got first period goals from Rick Tocchet and Steve
Duchesne, then survived a two-man advantage in the final four minutes of
regulation.

1st period: PIT, Stanton (1st) - (Recchi, Coffey) 1:59
            PHI, Tocchet (1st) - (Brind'Amour, Eklund) 9:27
            PHI, Duchesne (1st) - (Eklund, Brind'Amour) 15:05

2nd period: PIT, Mullen (1st) - (Bourque, Lemieux) 8:46

3rd period: NONE

Overtime:   NONE

Powerplay Opportunities - Flyers   0 of 6
                          Penguins 0 of 9

Shots on Goal - Flyers    12  9   8  1  -  30
                Penguins  11  8  14  2  -  35

Philadelphia Flyers -- Hextall (0-1-1) (35 shots - 33 saves)
Pittsburgh Penguins -- Barrasso (1-0-1) (30 shots - 28 saves)

ATT - 16,164

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Los Angeles Kings  (1-0-1)  1  1  0  0  -  2
Edmonton Oilers    (0-1-1)  0  1  1  0  -  2

Los Angeles goalie Kelly Hrudey made back to back saves on Joe Murphy
and Craig Simpson in overtime to preserve a tie.

1st period: LAK, Sandstrom (1st) - (Robitaille, Granato)  12:57 (pp)

2nd period: EDM, Beranek (1st) - (Murphy, Damphousse) 2:37
            LAK, Robitaille (2nd) - (Huddy, Taylor) 18:47

3rd period: EDM, Murphy (1st) - (Simpson, Richardson) 1:15

Overtime:   NONE

Powerplay Opportunities - Kings  1 of 10
                          Oilers 0 of 6

Shots on Goal - Kings  11  8  11  6  -  36
                Oilers  7  5  10  5  -  27

Los Angeles Kings -- Hrudey (0-0-1) (27 shots - 25 saves)
Edmonton Oilers -- Ranford (0-1-1) (36 shots - 34 saves)

ATT - 16,962

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New Jersey Devils  (2-0-0)  2  1  1  -  4
Chicago BlackHawks (0-2-1)  1  1  0  -  2

1st period: NJD, Richer (3rd) - (Daneyko, Todd) 0:47
            NJD, Morris (1st) - (Stevens, Richer) 12:06 (pp)
            CHI, Larmer (2nd) 14:10

2nd period: NJD, Driver (1st) - (Stastny, Morris) 8:10 (pp)
            CHI, Creighton (3rd) - (Goulet, Chelios) 14:56

3rd period: NJD, C. Lemieux (1st) - (Kasatonov, Stastny) 4:41

Powerplay Opportunities - Devils     2 of 4
                          BlackHawks 0 of 5

Shots on Goal - Devils      9  5   9  -  23
                BlackHawks 11  7  13  -  31

New Jersey Devils -- Terreri (2-0-0) (31 shots - 29 saves)
Chicago BlackHawks -- Waite (0-1-1) (23 shots - 19 saves)

ATT - 17,341

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Monday, October 7th:

        Boston (1-1-0) at N.Y. Rangers (1-1-0) 7:35pm EST
        St. Louis (0-1-0) at Toronto (1-1-0) 7:35pm EST

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Mark, the Mad Statistician
Mark Irwin     Dept of Statistics, Univ of Chicago



 
 
 

NHL HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 10/06/91

Post by Dave Arlingt » Wed, 09 Oct 1991 01:35:19

Does anyone have the box score from Saturday night's Vancouver-San Jose game?
Thanx!

"Remember, save the planet, defy authority, and watch your cholesterol!"-PLCL
"Nulla Quaestio!"                Dave Arlington

 
 
 

NHL HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 10/06/91

Post by Mark Irw » Wed, 09 Oct 1991 02:16:05

Quote:

>Does anyone have the box score from Saturday night's Vancouver-San Jose game?
>Thanx!

>"Remember, save the planet, defy authority, and watch your cholesterol!"-PLCL
>"Nulla Quaestio!"                Dave Arlington

I've got it.  I'll post it in a couple of hours after a class.  For
those who are interested the Canucks won 5-2.

Mark

Mark Irwin     Dept of Statistics, Univ of Chicago




 
 
 

NHL HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 10/06/91

Post by Mark Irw » Wed, 09 Oct 1991 04:59:58

Here is a copy of the boxscore for the Vancouver - San Jose game
Saturday night that was requested earlier.
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Vancouver Canucks (2-0-0)  1  2  2  -  5
San Jose Sharks   (0-2-0)  0  1  1  -  2

The Sharks lost their home opener and their second game in two nights as
Sergio Momesso had two goals and an assist in a 5-2 victory for the
Vancouver Canucks Saturday night.

1st period: VAN, Ronning (2nd) - (Sandlak, Momesso) 11:07

2nd period: SJ,  Presley (1st) - (Evanson, MacLeod) 2:26 (pp)
            VAN, Momesso (1st) - (Nedved, Sandlak) 5:01
            VAN, Adams (1st) - (Linden, Nedved) 14:58 (pp)

3rd period: SJ,  McHugh (1st) - (Falloon) 10:02
            VAN, Linden (2nd) - (Adams) 19:12 (en)
            VAN, Momesso (2nd) - (Babych) 19:58 (en)

Powerplay Opportunities - Canucks 1 of 4
                          Sharks  1 of 7

Shots on Goal - Canucks  10   16  13  -  39
                Sharks    5    8   7  -  20

Vancouver Canucks -- McLean (2-0-0) (20 shots - 18 saves)
San Jose Sharks -- Myllys (0-1-0) (37 shots - 34 saves)

ATT-10,888

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Mark, the Mad Statistician
Mark Irwin     Dept of Statistics, Univ of Chicago