LIGHTNING NEWS: TB vs. Quebec 10/27

LIGHTNING NEWS: TB vs. Quebec 10/27

Post by tom wils » Fri, 30 Oct 1992 07:08:47

TB  - 2 1 0 - 3
QUE - 1 1 2 - 4

1 - TB  DiMaio 2  (Zamuner, Tucker)   0:32
    QUE Sundin 6  (Ricci, Huffman)    2:32 (pp)
    TB  Hamrlik 2 (Crossman, Tucker) 19:48 (pp)

2 - QUE Nolan 6   (Gusarov, Sakic)    6:17
    TB  Bradley 5 (Ramage, Hamrlik)  17:31 (pp)

3 - QUE Sakic 8   (Sundin, Ricci)     1:58 (pp)
    QUE Sundin 7  (Ricci, Duchesne)   9:46 (pp)

Shots on goal: TB   6- 9-4--19
               QUE 11-10-9--30
Power-plays:   TB  2 of 4
               QUE 3 of 7
Goalies:       TB  Young 3-3-0, 30 shots, 26 saves
               QUE Hextall 5-2-1, 19 shots, 16 saves
Attendance:    14,685

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* Nordiques power way past Lightning, 4-3

Mats Sundin had two goals as the Quebec Nordiqus rallied for a 4-3 victory
over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday Night.

The Nordiques fought back from one-goal deficits three times and took the lead
for the first time at 9:46 of the third period when Sundin wristed in his
second of the game on a power play -- one of three goals on power plays.

"Again, the effort was there tonight," Tampa Bay coach Terry Crisp said. "But
we were our own worst enemy by taking penalties. You can't do that against the
Nordiques. We did what we talked about not doing."

Joe Sakic had tied the score, 3-3, at 1:58 of the final period when he lashed
in Sundin's pass at the side of the net.

Owen Nolan also scored for the Nordiques, who moved into third place in the
Adams Division at 5-3-1 with their first victory in five games.

Rob DiMaio, Roman Hamrlik and Brian Bradley scored for Tampa Bay, fourth in
the Norris Division at 4-5-1.

The Lightning scored on their first shot 32 seconds into the game as DiMaio,
trailing on a two-on-one with John Tucker, beat goaltender Ron Hextall with
a low shot from the slot.

Sundin tied it on a power play at 2:32 when he poked a rebound behind Wendell
Young.

The victory helped the Nordiques erase the memory of a 3-2 loss in Tampa Bay
in their last outing last weekend.

"We came back and kept battling against a hard-working team, so it was a big
win for us," said Nordiques center Mike Ricci, who celebrated his 21st
birthday with three assists.

Tom