NHL HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 10/10/91

NHL HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 10/10/91

Post by Mark Irw » Sun, 13 Oct 1991 01:59:01

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NHL HOCKEY STANDINGS FOR 10/10/91.

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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   3  0  0   6   MON  2  1  1   5   MIN  2  0  0   4   VAN  3  1  0  6
WAS  3  0  0   6   BOS  1  2  1   3   TOR  2  2  0   4   LA   2  1  1  5
NYR  3  1  0   6   QUE  1  2  0   2   CHI  1  2  1   3   CAL  2  2  0  4
PIT  2  0  1   5   HAR  0  1  1   1   STL  1  2  0   2   WIN  2  2  0  4
NYI  1  1  0   2   BUF  0  2  0   0   DET  0  2  1   1   SJ   1  3  0  2
PHI  0  2  1   1                                         EDM  0  3  1  1

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Calgary Flames    (2-2-0)  3  2  2  -  7
Los Angeles Kings (2-1-1)  1  0  0  -  1

Gary Roberts had three goals and an assist as the Flames won a
fight-marred game.  Referee Rob Schick called 39 penalties for 153
minutes.

1st period: CAL, Otto (2nd) - (Stern, Macoun) 1:41
            CAL, Wilson (1st) - (Stern, Musil) 12:00
            CAL, Fleury (3rd) - (Gilmour, Roberts) 17:47
            LA,  McSorley (2nd) - (Granato) 19:15 (sh)

2nd period: CAL, Roberts (4th) - (Sweeney) 2:24
            CAL, Roberts (5th) - (Nattress, Fleury) 15:20

3rd period: CAL, Roberts (6th) - (Reichel) 13:16
            CAL, Wilson (2nd) - (Nattress, Sweeney) 19:29 (sh)

Powerplay Opportunities - Flames 0 of 8
                          Kings  0 of 5

Shots on Goal - Flames  19  8  10  -  37
                Kings   10  8   9  -  27

Calgary Flames -- Vernon (2-1-0) (27 shots - 26 saves)
Los Angeles Kings -- Hrudey (1-1-1) (37 shots - 30 saves)

ATT-16,005

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Edmonton Oilers (0-3-1)  0  1  1  0  -  2
St. Louis Blues (1-2-0)  0  0  2  1  -  3

Paul Cavallini had two goals and the game-winning assist as the Blues
overcame a two-goal deficit.

1st period: NONE

2nd period: EDM, Murphy (3rd) - (Smith) 7:47

3rd period: EDM, Simpson (1st) - (Murphy, Gordon) 2:13
            STL, P. Cavallini (1st) - (Hull, Christian) 8:33 (pp)
            STL, P. Cavallini (2nd) - (Oates, Hull) 13:55 (pp)

Overtime:   STL, Hull (2nd) - (P. Cavallini) 4:31

Powerplay Opportunities - Oilers 0 of 4
                          Blues  2 of 9

Shots on Goal - Oilers   6   6   4  2  -  18
                Blues   12  14  18  1  -  47

Edmonton Oilers -- Ing (0-1-0) (47 shots - 44 saves)
St. Louis Blues -- Joseph (1-1-0) (18 shots - 16 saves)

ATT - 17,118

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Montreal Canadiens  (2-1-1)  0  1  3  -  4
Detroit Red Wings   (0-2-1)  1  0  0  -  1

Denis Savard, benched earlier in the game by coach Pat Burns after
making a mistake, and Guy Carbonneau, scored breakaway goals in the
third period as the Canadiens left the Wings winless after 3 games.

1st period: DET, Miller (1st) (penalty shot) 16:52

2nd period: MON, LeClair (2nd) - (Keane, Lebeau) 9:54

3rd period: MON, Savard (1st) 1:11
            MON, Carbonneau (2nd) - (Gilchrist) 7:31
            MON, Turgeon (2nd) - (Savard, Svoboda) 15:05 (pp)

Powerplay Opportunities - Canadiens 1 of 6
                          Red Wings 0 of 5

Shots on Goal - Canadiens  7  12  13  -  32
                Red Wings  8   6  10  -  25

Montreal Canadiens -- Roy (2-1-1) (25 shots - 24 saves)
Detroit Red Wings -- Cheveldae (0-2-1) (32 shots - 28 saves)

ATT - 19,875

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Pittsburgh Penguins  (2-0-1)  2  1  3  -  6
Philadelphia Flyers  (0-2-1)  1  1  1  -  3

Larry Murphy had a goal and an assist as the Penguins rallied from a 2-2 tie.

1st period: PIT, L. Murphy (1st) - (Trottier, Bourque) 10:30
            PIT, Trottier (1st) - (Loney, Mullen) 11:18
            PHI, Jones (1st) - (Craven, Duchesne) 17:50

2nd period: PHI, Samuelsson (1st) - (Lomakin) 5:29
            PIT, Coffey (1st) - (Jagr, Bourque) 6:08

3rd period: PIT, Mullen (1st) - (L. Murphy, Coffey) 7:40 (pp)
            PIT, Lemieux (2nd) - (Coffey, Recchi) 14:10
            PHI, Ricci (2nd) - (Carkner, Duchesne) 17:31
            PIT, Mullen (2nd) - (Errey) 19:24 (en)

Powerplay Opportunities - Penguins 1 of 3
                          Flyers   0 of 3

Shots on Goal - Penguins  10  8  8  -  26
                Flyers     9  4  8  -  21

Pittsburgh Penguins -- Barrasso (2-0-1) (21 shots - 18 saves)
Philadelphia Flyers -- Wregget (0-1-0) (25 shots - 20 saves)

ATT - 17,380

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Quebec Nordiques       (1-2-0)  1  0  1  -  2
Minnesota North Stars  (2-0-0)  1  2  0  -  3

Stewart Gavin, who has spent most of his three-plus seasons with
Minnesota as a defensive specialist, score a pair of rebound goals.
Gavin's output was half of his total from last season, when he had four
goals and four assists in 38 regular season games.

1st period: MIN, Gavin (1st) - (Broten, Duchesne) 17:02
            QUE, Nolan (2nd) - (Hough, Fogarty) 19:04 (pp)

2nd period: MIN, Propp (1st) - (Gagner, Modano) 12:23
            MIN, Gavin (2nd) - (Glynn, Duchesne) 18:27

3rd period: QUE, Tatarinov (1st) - (Hough) 12:12

Powerplay Opportunities - Nordiques    1 of 5
                          North Stars  0 of 7

Shots on Goal - Nordiques     6  11   8  -  25
                North Stars  14  15  15  -  44

Quebec Nordiques -- Cloutier (0-1-0) (44 shots - 41 saves)
Minnesota North Stars -- Casey (2-0-0) (25 shots - 23 saves)

ATT - 10,099

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Vancouver Canucks   (3-1-0)  3  2  1  -  6
Chicago Blackhawks  (1-2-1)  1  5  1  -  7

Steve Larmer with his sixth career hat-trick and Jeremy Roenick with a
goal and four assists led the Chicago Blackhawks to their first victory
of the season.

1st period: CHI, Larmer (3rd) - (Goulet, Roenick) 2:19 (pp)
            VAN, Momesso (4th) - (Sandlak, Ronning) 6:37
            VAN, Kron (1st) - (Babych, Valk) 10:15
            VAN, Lumme (1st) - (Nedved, Courtnall) 19:25 (pp)

2nd period: CHI, Larmer (4th) - (Roenick, Smith) 0:34
            CHI, Goulet (3rd) - (Roenick, McGill) 3:38
            CHI, Roenick (1st) - (Marchment, Goulet) 3:58
            CHI, Chelios (1st) - (Thomas, Creighton) 8:48
            VAN, Walter (2nd) - (Nedved, Diduck) 11:38 (pp)
            CHI, Larmer (6th) - (Goulet, Roenick) 13:59 (pp)
            VAN, Lumme (2nd) - (Ronning, Murzyn) 17:03 (pp)

3rd period: CHI, Smith (1st) - (Graham, Hudson) 1:09
            VAN, Sandlak (1st) - (Ronning) 2:43

Powerplay Opportunities - Canucks     3 of 7
                          Blackhawks  2 of 3

Shots on Goal - Canucks     13  10  11  -  34
                Blackhawks   8  13  12  -  33

Vancouver Canucks -- Gamble (0-1-0) (33 shots - 26 saves)
Chicago Blackhawks -- Hasek (1-1-0) (34 shots - 28 saves)

ATT - 17,322

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Winnipeg Jets    (2-2-0)  1  2  2  -  5
San Jose Sharks  (1-3-0)  1  2  1  -  4

Brian Erickson scored two third-period goals, including the game-winner
with 4:01 remaining.

1st period: SJ,  Mullen (1st) - (Kisio) 1:33 (sh)
            WIN, Elynuik, (1st) - (Numminen, Romaniuk) 5:15 (pp)

2nd period: SJ,  Presley (2nd) - (Anderson, Hackett) 0:37
            WIN, Murray (2nd) - (Romaniuk) 0:48
            WIN, Olczyk (4th) - (Barnes, Housley) 9:59 (pp)
            SJ,  Hammond (1st) 15:59

3rd period: SJ,  Kisio (2nd) - (Lessard, Mullen) 2:15
            WIN, Erickson (1st) - (Housley, Barber) 6:13
            WIN, Erickson (2nd) - (Numminen, Eagles) 15:59

Powerplay Opportunities - Jets    2 of 6
                          Sharks  0 of 4

Shots on Goal - Jets    7  16   7  -  30
                Sharks  8   7  11  -  26

Winnipeg Jets -- Beauregard (1-1-0) (26 shots - 22 saves)
San Jose Sharks -- Hackett (0-2-0) (30 shots - 25 saves)

ATT - 10,888

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Friday, October 11th

        New York Rangers (3-1-0) at Washington (3-0-0) 7:35 EDT

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Mark, the Mad Statistician

Mark Irwin     Dept of Statistics, Univ of Chicago