NHL RESULTS FOR 25 OCT 92<<NHL HOCKEY RESULTS>>

NHL RESULTS FOR 25 OCT 92<<NHL HOCKEY RESULTS>>

Post by Harry Pel » Tue, 27 Oct 1992 18:35:04

I didn't see these either. I'm posting them so my newsreader
will archive them, and also because I thought others would like
to see them.
-Harry

NHL HOCKEY RESULTS FOR 10/25/92.

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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   7  0  2  16   MTL   5  3  2  12   MIN   5  3  1  11   LA    5  3  1  11
 NYR   6  2  1  13   BOS   5  1  1  11   TOR   5  3  1  11   CAL   5  3  0  10
 NYI   5  3  1  11   BUF   5  3  0  10   DET   5  3  0  10   VAN   4  2  1   9
 NJ    5  4  0  10   QUE   4  3  1   9   TB    4  4  1   9   WIN   3  6  0   6
 PHL   3  5  2   8   HFD   3  6  0   6   CHI   2  5  1   5   EDM   1  7  1   3
 WAS   3  5  0   6   OTT   1  7  0   2   STL   2  6  1   5   SJ    1  7  0   2

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Hartford Whalers (3-6-0)      0   2   0   -   2
New York Islanders (5-3-1)    1   1   2   -   4

Benoit Hogue scored two goals withing an 80-second span of the third period
for his first career hat trick to lead the Islanders to their 5th win in their
last 7 games (5-1-1).  The Isles are 3-0-0 at the Coliseum.

First period-- 1, New York, Hogue 3 (Flatley), 19:35 (sh).

Second period-- 2, Hartford, Sanderson 4 (Weinrich,Petrovicky), 6:36.  3,
  Hartford, Sanderson 5 (Kerr), 15:51.  4, New York, Turgeon 6 (King,
  Kurvers), 17:47.

Third period-- 5, New York, Hogue 4 (Ferraro), 11:05.  6, New York, Hogue 5,
  12:25.

Shots on goal-- Hartford 4-8-4--16.  New York 7-11-9--27.  Power-play
  opportunities-- Hartford 0 of 3; New York 0 of 3.  Goalies-- Hartford,
  Burke, 2-5-0 (27 shots-23 saves).  New York, Fitzpatrick, 1-2-0 (16-14).
  A--8,633.

Referee-- Paul Devorsky.  Linesmen-- Dan McCourt, Brian Murphy.

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Quebec Nordiques (4-3-1)       1   1   0   -   2
Tampa Bay Lightning (4-4-1)    0   1   2   -   3

Stan Drulia netted his first NHL goal with just over 12 minutes remaining in
the game to cap a three-goal Lightning comeback as they defeated the Nords.

First period-- 1, Quebec, Kovalenko 2 (Nolan,Hough), 10:06 (pp).

Second period-- 2, Quebec, Gusarov 3 (Rucinsky,Sundin), 7:15.  3, Tampa Bay,
  Tucker 2 (Reekie,Cole), 12:40.

Third period--  4, Tampa Bay, Kontos 8 (Tucker,Bradley), 6:09.  5, Tampa Bay,
  Druliaa 1 (Creighton,Bureau), 7:53.

Shots on goal-- Quebec 7-8-7--22.  Tampa Bay 9-9-8--26.  Power-play
  opportunities-- Quebec 1 of 6; Tampa Bay 0 of 8.  Goalies-- Quebec, Hextall,
  4-2-1 (26 shots-23 saves).  Tampa Bay, Young, 3-2-0 (22-20).  A--9,528.

Referee-- Kerry Fraser.  Linesmen-- Kevin Collins, Mark Vines.

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Pittsburgh Penguins (7-0-2)    0   3   1   -   4
New Jersey Devils (5-4-0)      0   2   1   -   3

Pittsburgh scored two second-period power-play goals and Super Mario had a
goal and an assist to beat the Devils.  Janne Ojanen had two goals for the
Devils.

First period-- None.

Second period-- 1, Pittsburgh, K.Stevens 10 (M.Lemieux,Murphy), :51.  2, New
  Jersey, C.Lemieux 5 (Fetisov,S.Stevens), 5:51 (pp).  3, New Jersey, Ojanen 1
  (Holik), 9:20.  4, Pittsburgh, Tocchet 6 (M.Lemieux,Fogarty), 14:53 (pp).
  5, Pittsburgh, M.Lemieux 12 (Francis,Tocchet), 18:56 (pp).

Third period-- 6, New Jersey, Ojanen 2 (C.Lemieux,Driver), :13 (pp).  7,
  Pittsburgh, Jagr 6, 2:08.

Shots on goal-- Pittsburgh 5-10-6--21.  New Jersey 7-14-10--31.  Power-play
  opportunities-- Pittsburgh 2 of 4; New Jersey 2 of 5.  Goalies-- Pittsburgh,
  Barrasso, 6-0-2 (31 shots-28 saves).  New Jersey, Billington, 2-2-0 (21-17).
  A--13,662.

Referee-- Mike McGeough.  Linesmen-- Pat Dapuzzo, Ray Scapinello.

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New York Rangers (6-2-1)    2   0   0   1   -   3
Ottawa Senators (1-7-0)     0   1   1   0   -   2

Phil Bourque scored with 12 seconds remaining in overtime on a feed from Mark
Messier, who also added two goals, as the Rangers defeated the Senators.

First period-- 1, New York, Messier 4 (Kovalev), :52.  2, New York, Messier 5,
  19:41 (pp).

Second period-- 3, Ottawa, Luongo 1 (Freer), 15:48.

Third period-- 4, Ottawa, Shaw 1 (Hull,Maciver), 14:37 (pp).

Overtime-- 5, New York, Bourque 2 (Messier,Amonte), 4:48.

Shots on goal-- new York 9-2-9-3--23.  Ottawa 13-11-9-2--35.  Power-play
  opportunities-- New York 1 of 7; Ottawa 1 of 8.  Goalies-- New York,
  Richter, 4-1-0 (35 shots-33 saves).  Ottawa, Sidorkiewicz, 1-6-0 (23-20).
  A--10,000+ (capacity crowd).

Referee-- Richard Trottier.  Linesmen-- Wayne Bonney, Leon Stickle.

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Montreal Canadiens (5-3-2)     4   1   2   -   7
Philadelphia Flyers (3-5-2)    3   0   3   -   6

Despite a hat trick by Greg Paslawski, the Montreal Canadiens defeated the
Flyers in Philadelphia.  Mike Keane led Montreal with a goal and three
assists.

First period-- 1, Montreal, Bellows 6 (Muller,Schneider), 2:46.  2,
  Philadelphia, Paslawski 2 (Hynes,Lindros), 7:28.  3, Philadelphia, Galley 2
  (Acton), 10:59.  4, Montreal, Schneider 2 (Damphousse,Muller), 12:09.  5,
  Philadelphia, Fedyk 2 (Evans,Carkner), 13:31.  6, Montreal, Dionne 3
  (Savard,Ronan), 13:54.  7, Montreal, Keane 2 (LeClair,Daigneault), 15;53.

Second period-- 8, Montreal, Odelein 1 (Keane,Lebeau), 13:18.

Third period-- 9, Philadelphia, Paslawski 3 (Lindros,Recchi), 3:51.  10,
  Montreal, Brisebois 3 (Keane), 7:54.  11, Montreal, Lebeau 3 (Keane), 8:39.
  12, Philadelphia, Paslawski 4 (Recchi,Lindros), 11:53.  13, Philadelphia,
  Benning 6 (Fedyk,Paslawski), 18:23.

Shots on goal-- Montreal 6-9-12--27.  Philadelphia 15-6-10--31.  Power-play
  opportunities-- Montreal 0 of 3; Philadelphia 0 of 4.  Goalies-- Montreal,
  Racicot, 1-1-0 (31 shots-25 saves).  Philadelphia, Beauregard, 0-3-0 (6-2),
  Roussel (0:00 second, 21-18).  A--17,380.

Referee-- Andy van Hellemond.  Linesmen-- Shane Heyer, Jerry Pateman.

(Ed. note-- Beauregard should not have taken the loss-- I suspect the boxscore
is incorrect).

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San Jose Sharks (1-7-0)        1   0   0   -   1
Toronto Maple Leafs (5-3-1)    4   1   0   -   5

Peter Zezel and Doug Gilmour each had a goal and an assist in a four-goal
first period as the Maple Leafs defeated the Sharks.  San Jose has now lost
seven in a row after opeing the season with a victory.

First period-- 1, Toronto, Zezel 3 (earson,Gill), 1:20.  2, Toronto, Ellett 1
  (Gilmour,Anderson), 5:56 (pp).  3, San Jose, Berezan 1 (Kisio,Ozolinsh),
  11:13 (pp).  4, Toronto, Pearson 3 (Zezel,Sacco), 11:28.  5, Toronto,
  Gilmour 6 (Borschevsky), 16:46.

Second period-- 6, Toronto, Borschevsky 8 (Gilmour,Mironov), 4:45.

Third period-- None.

Shots on goal-- San Jose 12-6-8--26.  Toronto 17-9-11--37.  Power-play
  opportunities-- San Jose 1 of 6; Toronto 1 of 7.  Goalies-- San Jose,
  Hayward, 0-4-1 (37 shots-32 saves).  Toronto, Potvin, 3-1-0 (26-25).
  A--15,631.

Referee-- Rob Shick.  Linesmen-- Pierre Champoux, Gerard Gauthier.

(Ed. note-- How in hell can Hayward be 0-4-1 when the Sharks haven't
had a tie all season?!?)

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Los Angeles Kings (5-3-1)        1   1   3   0   -   5
Minnesota North Stars (5-3-1)    3   1   1   0   -   5

Mike Craig gave Minnesota a one-goal lead with 2:27 remaining, only to be
erased by a Tomas Sandstrom goal with 1:04 left, as the Kings tied the North
Stars with 3 third-period goals.

First period-- 1, Minnesota, Elik 1 (Modano,Ludwig), :16.  2, Minnesota,
  Sjoodin 2 (Craig,Dahlen), 4:24 (pp).  3, Minnesota, Modano 5 (Gagner,
  Dahlen), 6:58 (pp).  4, Los Angeles, McSorley 4 (Kurri), 18:33.

Second period-- 5, Los Angeles, Kurri 4 (Sandstrom,Black), 7:11 (pp).  6,
  Minnesota, Courtnall 5 (Sjodin,Johnson), 10:48 (pp).

Third period-- 7, Los Angeles, Donnelly 1 (Sandstrom,Millen), 3:41.  8, Los
  Angeles, Donnelly 2, 6:40.  9, Minnesota, Craig 5 (Modano,Elik), 17:33.  10,
  Los Angeles, Sandstrom 4 (Coffey,Black), 18:56.

Overtime-- None.

Shots on goal-- Los Angeles 6-11-9-1--27.  Minnesota 22-9-11-8--50.
  Power-play opportunities-- Los Angeles 1 of 6; Minnesota 3 of 8.  Goalies--
  Los Angeles, Stauber, 2-0-1 (50 shots-45 saves).  Minnesota, Casey, 5-1-1
  (27-22).  A--15,174.

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

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Detroit Red Wings (5-3-0)    2   3   1   -   6
St. Louis Blues (2-6-1)      1   0   0   -   1

Steve Yzerman netted his 16th career hat trick and assisted on another goal as
the Red Wings defeated the slumping St. Louis Blues.

First period-- 1, Detroit, Chiasson 3, :40.  2, Detroit, Yzerman 6
  (Ciccarelli,Howe), 6:52 (pp).  3, St. Louis, Janney 3 (Hull,Bozon), 17:01.

Second period-- 4, Detroit, Konstantinov 1 (Howe,Carson), :56.  5, Detroit,
  Chiasson 4 (Ysebaert,Yzerman), 2:47.  6, Detroit, Yzerman 7 (Ogrodnick,
  Howe), 11:43 (pp).

Third period-- 7, Detroit, Yzerman 8 (Ysebaert), 7:06 (sh).

Shots on goal-- Detroit 8-11-13--32.  St. Louis 11-8-7--26.  Power-play
  opportunities-- Detroit 2 of 7; St. Louis 0 of 5.  Goalies-- Detroit,
  Cheveldae, 3-3-0 (26 shots-25 saves).  St. Louis, Joseph, 1-5-1 (17-12),
  Hebert (18:14 second, 15-14).  A--17,228.

Referee-- Don Koharski.  Linesmen-- Ryan Bozak, Mike Cvik.

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Sunday, 25 October 1992:

     Calgary (5-3-0) at Edmonton (1-7-1), 8:10pm EST
     Detroit (5-3-0) at Chicago (2-5-1), 8:40pm EST
     Boston (5-1-1) at Vancouver (4-2-1), 11:10pm EST

-JPC

NHL NEWS FOR 25 OCTOBER 1992:

No news today.

-JPC

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Harry Peltz                          "Been Here So Long,


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