NHL HOCKEY PLAYOFF RESULTS FOR 4/04/90

NHL HOCKEY PLAYOFF RESULTS FOR 4/04/90

Post by bryan.k.strou » Fri, 06 Apr 1990 23:14:01

NHL PLAYOFF HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 4/04/90.

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                    DIVISION SEMIFINALS    BEST OF SEVEN
      PATRICK              ADAMS              NORRIS              SMYTHE

 PIT                 HAR                 MIN   (leads 1-0)   LA    (leads 1-0)
 NYR   (tied  0-0)   BOS   (tied  0-0)   CHI                 CAL              

 WAS                 MON                 TOR                 WIN   (leads 1-0)
 NJ    (tied  0-0)   BUF   (tied  0-0)   STL   (leads 1-0)   EDM              

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Los Angeles Kings  (leads 1-0)   1   0   4   -   5
Calgary Flames                   2   0   1   -   3

Robitaille scored twice as the the Kings rallied for 4 third period goals to
shock the Flames to win game one.  Calgary led 3-1 early in the third period
before the Kings scored 3 goals in just over 6 minutes.  The Flames got 2 goals
from MacInnis, one on a penalty shot.

1st period: LAK, Robitaille (1st) - (Taylor, Elik) 7:55
            CAL, MacInnis (1st) - (pen shot) (pp) 16:52
            CAL, MacInnis (2nd) - (Nieuwendyk, Roberts) 18:34

2nd period: None

3rd period: CAL, Fleury (1st) - (Ranheim, Otto) 2:26
            LAK, Elik (1st) - (Duchesne) (pp) 4:31
            LAK, Granato (1st) - (Duchesne, Robinson) (pp) 10:26
            LAK, Robitaille (2nd) - (McSorley, Halkidis) 10:44
            LAK, Kasper (1st) - (McSorley, Hrudey) (en) 19:07

Powerplay Opportunities-Kings  2 of 8
                        Flames 1 of 4

Shots on Goal-Kings    4  15  12  -  31
              Flames  13   8   4  -  25

Los Angeles Kings--Hrudey (1-0) (25 shots - 22 saves)
Calgary Flames--Vernon (0-1) (30 shots - 26 saves)

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Toronto Maple Leafs                0   1   1   -   2
St. Louis Blues      (leads 1-0)   2   0   2   -   4

Wilson scored twice and Brown had a goal and 2 assists as the BLues defeated
the Leafs to take game one.  Hull also scored for the Blues who only beat the
Leafs for the 2nd time in 9 meetings this year.

1st period: STL, Hull (1st) - (Brown, Snepsts) 5:18
            STL, Wilson (1st) - (Oates, Brown) (pp) 17:03

2nd period: TOR, Marsh (1st) - (Damphousse, Marois) 1:34

3rd period: STL, Brown (1st) - (Oates, Brind'Amour) 2:27
            TOR, Clark (1st) - (Kurvers, Curran) 8:55
            STL, Wilson (2nd) - (G.Cavallini, P.Cavallini) 11:53

Powerplay Opportunities-Maple Leafs 0 of 4
                        Blues       1 of 4

Shots on Goal-Maple Leafs   5  13  11  -  29
              Blues         9  12  12  -  33

Toronto Maple Leafs--Bester (0-1) (33 shots - 29 saves)
St. Louis Blues--Joesph (1-0) (29 shots - 27 saves)

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Minnesota North Stars  (leads 1-0)   1   0   1   -   2
Chicago BlackHawks                   0   0   1   -   1

Bellows scored both Stars goals and goaltender Casey stopped 30 shots as the
Stars beat the Hawks to take games one.  Bellows second goal, the game winner,
came just 53 seconds after Savard tied the game for Chicago in the 3rd period.

1st period: MIN, Bellows (1st) - (Modano) (pp) 9:57

2nd period: None

3rd period: CHI, Savard (1st) - (Brown, Creighton) (pp) 5:01
            MIN, Bellows (2nd) - (N.Broten) 5:54

Powerplay Opportunities-North Stars 1 of 8
                        BlackHawks  1 of 9

Shots on Goal-North Stars  10   5  11  -  26
              BlackHawks    7  12  12  -  31

Minnesota North Stars--Casey (1-0) (31 shots - 30 saves)
Chicago BlackHawks--Millen (0-1) (26 shots- 24 saves)

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Winnipeg Jets    (leads 1-0)   2   2   3   -   7
Edmonton Oilers                3   1   1   -   5

Elynuik's goal early in the 3rd period broke a 4-4 tie as the Jets beat the
Oilers to win game one.  Ashton capped a 4 goal Winnipeg rally from a 4-2
deficit with a powerplay goal at 9:55 for a 6-4 lead.  Hawerchuk had a pair
of goals for the Jets.

1st period: EDM, Simpson (1st) - (Huddy, Kurri) 5:04
            WIN, Hawerchuk (1st) - (Evans, Paslawski) 11:44
            EDM, Simpson (2nd) - (Tikkanen, Gregg) (pp) 14:17
            EDM, Kurri (1st) - (Simpson, Tikkanen) (pp) 16:58
            WIN, Ellett (1st) - (Olausson, Elynuik) (pp) 18:21

2nd period: EDM, Messier (1st) - (Kurri) (sh) 0:35
            WIN, Mantha (1st) - (Paslawski, Evans) 2:04
            WIN, Hawerchuk (2nd) - (Paslawski) 13:46

3rd period: WIN, Elynuik (1st) - (Mantha, S***) 1:46
            WIN, Ashton (1st) - (McLlwain) (pp) 9:55
            EDM, Klima (1st) - (Ruotsalainen, S.Smith) (pp) 13:39
            WIN, Numminen (1st) - (en) 19:36

Powerplay Opportunities-Jets   2 of 4
                        Oilers 3 of 5

Shots on Goal-Jets    10  14   7  -  31
              Oilers  19  10   8  -  37

Winnipeg Jets--Essensa (1-0) (37 shots - 32 saves)
Edmonton Oilers--Ranford (0-1) (30 shots- 24 saves)

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UPCOMING GAMES

Thursday, April 5th:

        New York Islanders  at  New York Rangers  7:35pm EST  (tied  0-0)
        Hartford  at  Boston  7:35pm EST  (tied  0-0)
        Montreal  at  Buffalo  7:35pm EST  (tied  0-0)
        Washington  at  New Jersey  7:45pm EST  (tied  0-0)

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