Tuesday, February 15, 2000
Mighty Ducks 5, Louisville 1
The Cincinnati Enquirer
LOUISVILLE Philippe Audet, Jay Legault, Rasto Pavlikovsky and Bob Wren each contributed a goal and an assist to lead the surging Cincinnati Mighty Ducks to a 5-1 victory over the Louisville Panthers Monday night at Freedom Hall.
All-Star defenseman Dan Trebil also notched a goal and backup goalie Ryan Hoople made 35 saves for Cincinnati, which improved to 5-1-1-0 in its last seven games and snapped a nine-game winless streak (0-4-3-2) against Louisville.
The Ducks trail fourth-place Hershey by 11 points with three games in hand in the AHL Mid-Atlantic Division in their quest to earn a berth in the Calder Cup playoffs.
Cincinnati ....... 2 1 25
Louisville ....... 0 1 01
First period: 1. Cin, Audet 15 (Ferguson, Chouinard), 2:27. 2. Cin, Legault 9 (Wren), 11:24.
Second period: 3. Lou, Duerden 21 (Reichert, Ward) 3:08. 4. Cin, Pavlikovsky 2 (Stevenson, Davidsson) 10:33. 5. Lou, Hay 11 (Doell, Nilson), 18:54 (ppg).
Third period: 5. Cin, Trebil 6 (Pavlikovsky, Audet) pp, N/A. .6. Cin, Wren 14 (Legault, Kuznetsov) 14:00.
Shots on goal: Cin 15-13-15=43; Lou 11-15-10=36.
Power plays: Cin 1-for-5; Lou 1-for-6. Goaltenders: Cin, Hoople (36 shots, 35 saves; record 4-2-0); Lou, Shulmistra (43 shots, 38 saves; record 12-11-2). Attendance: 3,867.
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