Sunday, February 20, 2000

Mighty Ducks 5, Syracuse 3




The Cincinnati Enquirer

       

        SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Jay Legault scored two goals and added an assist to lead the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks to a 5-3 victory over the Syracuse Crunch Saturday night in the AHL.

        Torrey DiRoberto, Rastislav Pavlikovsky and Alexandre Jacques (empty net) also scored for the Mighty Ducks, who have won five straight and are 8-1-1-0 in their last 10.

        Cincinnati trails fourth-place Hershey and third-place Philadelphia by nine points for a Mid-Atlantic Division playoff berth with two games in hand on both clubs.

        Legault, who is beginning to show the scoring touch that made him an All-Star in Canadian Junior Hockey, has registered seven goals and three assists for 10 points in the last six games. He broke a 3-3 tie with his second goal with 8:07 left.

        Bryan Allen, Brad Leeb and Steve Kariya scored for Syracuse. Kariya, the younger brother of Mighty Ducks of Anaheim star Paul Kariya, has scored 10 goals and 14 points in nine games since being assigned to Syracuse by parent club Vancouver.

       



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