NHL RESULTS FOR 24 OCT 92<<NHL HOCKEY RESULTS>>

NHL RESULTS FOR 24 OCT 92<<NHL HOCKEY RESULTS>>

Post by Harry Pel » Tue, 27 Oct 1992 18:31:25

I didn't see John post these, sooo...
giving full credit to John...

NHL HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 10/24/92.

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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

 PIT   6  0  2  14   BOS   5  1  1  11   MIN   5  3  0  10   CAL   5  3  0  10
 NYR   5  2  1  11   BUF   5  3  0  10   TOR   4  3  1   9   LA    5  3  0  10
 NJ    5  3  0  10   MTL   4  3  2  10   DET   4  3  0   8   VAN   4  2  1   9
 NYI   4  3  1   9   QUE   4  2  1   9   TB    3  4  1   7   WIN   3  6  0   6
 PHL   3  4  2   8   HFD   3  5  0   6   CHI   2  5  1   5   EDM   1  7  1   3
 WAS   3  5  0   6   OTT   1  6  0   2   STL   2  5  1   5   SJ    1  6  0   2

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San Jose Sharks (1-6-0)    2   2   0   -   4
Buffalo Sabres (5-3-0)     2   1   2   -   5

Pat LaFontaine scored the game-winning goal, his second on the night, as the
Sabres came back to defeat the Sharks.  Two other times, the Sabres thought
they had taken a 5-4 lead, but both times the goals were disallowed, one
because it was kicked in, another which has directed in with a high stick.

First period--  1, San Jose, More 2 (Kisio,Corriveau), :45.  2, San Jose,
  Skriko 4 (Wilson,Kisio), 4:51 (pp).  3, Buffalo, Andreychuk 7 (Bodger,
  LaFontaine), 14:43 (pp).  4, Buffalo, Andreychuk 8 (Svoboda,LaFontaine),
  19:43 (pp).

Second period-- 5, San Jose, Craigwell 2 (Falloon,Lawton), 9:48.  6, Buffalo,
  Wood 4 (LaFontaine), 14:34.  7, San Jose, Evason 1 (Corriveau,Zmolek),
  19:45.

Third period-- 8, Buffalo, LaFontaine 6 (Smehlik), 2:08.  9, Buffalo,
  LaFontaine 7 (Khymylev,Svoboda), 18:50 (pp).

Shots on goal-- San Jose 14-7-6--27.  Buffalo 7-13-16--36.  Power-play
  opportunities-- San Jose 1 of 6; Buffalo 3 of 8.  Goalies-- San Jose,
  Hayward, 0-3-0 (36 shots-31 saves).  Buffalo, Puppa (21-17), Hasek, 1-2-0
  (0:00 third, 6-6).  A--12,637.

Referee-- Mark Faucette.  Linesmen-- Ray Scapinello, Lyle Seitz.

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Montreal Canadiens (4-3-2)    0   3   0   0   -   3
New York Rangers (5-2-1)      2   1   0   0   -   3

The Montreal Canadiens scored three second-period goals to erase a two-goal
deicit as the Rangers held on for a 3-3 tie.  All six goals in the games were
created on glaring defensive errors.

First period-- 1, New York, Messier 3, 14:35.  2, New York, Erixon 2
  (Nemchinov), 17:17.

Second period-- 3, Montreal, Dionne 2 (Savard), 5:43.  4, New York, Gartner
  5, 9:11.  5, Montreal, Ewen 4 (Savard,Roberge), 10:48.  6, Montreal, Savard
  4 (Lebeau,Schneider), 13:37 (pp).

Third period-- None.

Overtime-- None.

Shots on goal-- Montreal 5-13-9-2--29.  New York 16-9-10-5--40.  Power-play
  opportunities-- Montreal 1 of 1; New York 0 of 3.  Goalies-- Montreal, Roy,
  4-2-2 (40 shots-37 saves).  New York, Vanbiesbrouck, 2-1-1 (29-26).
  A--18,200.

Referee-- Ron Hoggarth.  Lin***-- Pat Dapuzzo, Brian Murphy.

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New York Islanders (4-3-1)     2   0   3   -   5
Washington Capitals (3-5-0)    1   0   1   -   2

Ray Ferraro scored two goals as the Islanders extended the Capital's Patrick
Division losing streak to five games with a 5-2 victory at the Capital Centre.

First period-- 1, New York, King 6 (Thomas,Turgeon), 9:14 (pp).  2,
  Washington, Bondra 6 (Cote,Carpenter), 9:55.  3, New York, Ferraro 2
  (Malakhov,Hogue), 14:00.

Second period-- None.

Third period--  4, New York, Turgeon 5 (King), 5:07.  5, Washington, Bondra
  7 (Carpenter,Johansson), 10:41.  6, New Yorkl, Thomas 3 (Hogue,Turgeon),
  11:47.  7, New York, Ferraro 3 (Hogue,Flatley), 16:23.

Shots on goal-- New York 9-5-11--25.  Washington 9-5-8--22.  Power-play
  opportunities-- New York 1 of 4; Washington 0 of 3.  Goalies-- New York,
  Healy, 4-1-1 (22 shots-20 saves).  Washington, Beaupre, 2-5-0 (25-20).
  A--16,123.

Referee-- Andy vanHellemond.  Linesmen-- Shane Heyer, Jean Morin.

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Los Angeles Kings (5-3-0)    2   0   0   -   2
Winnipeg Jets (3-6-0)        0   3   1   -   4

Darrin Shannon scored twice as the Jets rallied to erase a 2-0 deficit and end
a three-game losing streak.  Rookie phenom Teemu Selanne had a goal for the
'peg.

First period-- 1, Los Angeles, Sandstrom 3 (Long,Zhitnik), 5:30.  2, Los
  Angeles, Robitaille 7 (Coffey,Blake), 9:36 (pp).

Second Period-- 3, Winnipeg, Shannon 2 (Ulanov,Numminen), 8:42.  4, Winnipeg,
  Shannon 3 (Murray,Borsato), 11:39.  5, Winnipeg, Olausson 2 (Housley,S***),
  17:52 (pp).

Third period-- 6, Winnipeg, Selanne 8 (Numminen), 17:37 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Los Angeles 14-17-6--37.  Winnipeg 9-7-8--24.  Power-play
  opportunities-- Los Angeles 1 of 9; Winnipeg 2 of 9.  Goalies-- Los Angeles,
  Hrudey, 3-3-0 (24 shots-20 saves).  Winnipeg, Essensa, 3-4-0 (37-35).
  A--12,924.

Referee-- Denis Morel.  Linesmen-- Mark Pare, Jay Sharrers.

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Boston Bruins (5-1-1)      1   2   3   -   6
Edmonton Oilers (1-7-1)    2   0   1   -   3

Joe Juneau scored two goals to raise his total to 5 as the Boston Bruins beat
the Oilers.  Edmonton, 1-7-1 this season, is off to its worst start in their
NHL history.

First period-- 1, Boston, Ruzicka 4 (Ashton,Murray), 3:27.  2, Edmonton,
  Buchberger 1 (MacTavish,Glynn), 7:57 (pp).  3, Edmonton, Hawgood 1
  (Simpson), 16:36.

Second period-- 4, Boston, Juneau 4 (Kvartalnov,Oates), 14:53.  5, Boston,
  Bourque 2 (Oates), 19:29 (pp).

Third period-- 6, Boston, Murray 3 (Ruzicka), 3:12.  7, Boston, Heinze 2
  (Donato,Hughes), 14:20.  8, Edmonton, Simpson 5 (Hawgood,Nicholls), 18:54
  (pp).  9, Boston, Juneau 5 (Poulin,Donato), 19:34 (pp).

Shots on goal-- Boston 12-12-16--40.  Edmonton 8-3-8--19.  Power-play
  opportunities-- Boston 2 of 4; Edmonton 2 of 5.  Goalies-- Boston, Moog,
  4-0-1 (19 shots-16 saves).  Edmonton, Rangord, 1-7-0 (40-34).  A--15,984.

Referee-- Bill McCreary.  Linesmen-- Randy Mitton, Mark Wheler.

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Saturday, 24 October 1992:

     Hartford (3-5-0) at NY Islanders (4-3-1), 7:40pm EST
     Quebec (4-2-1) at Tampa Bay (3-4-1), 7:40pm EST
     Pittsburgh (6-0-2) at New Jersey (5-3-0), 7:40pm EST
     NY Rangers (5-2-1) at Ottawa (1-6-0), 8:10pm EST
     Montreal (4-3-2) at Philadelphia (3-4-2), 8:10pm EST
     San Jose (1-6-0) at Toronto (4-3-1), 8:10pm EST
     Los Angeles (5-3-0) at Minnesota (5-3-0), 8:10pm EST
     Detroit (4-3-0) at St. Louis (2-5-1), 8:40pm EST

-JPC

NHL NEWS FOR 24 OCTOBER 1992:

NHL DREAM TEAM GETTING CLOSER...

USA Hockey Officials have backed the idea of NHL President GIL STEIN to
have the NHL players participate in the 1994 Winter Olympics.  The plan
requires a three-week break in the season, and will be comsidered at
the NHL Board of Governer's meeting in Palm Beach, FL December 10-12.

TURGEON SUSPENDED:

The NHL has suspended SYLVAIN TURGEON of the OTTAWA SENATORS for one game for
recieving two major stick fouls in a game this past Thursday.

-JPC

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