Sunday, March 25, 2001

Philadelphia 4, Mighty Ducks 3

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Mark Freers second goal of the game at 2:13 of overtime lifted the Philadelphia Phantoms past the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks 4-3 Saturday at the Gardens.

        Jason Lawmaster forced the extra session when he scored with 5:07 left in the third period for the Ducks, who are winless in their last three AHL games (0-2-0-1) and 4-3-0-2 in their last nine.

        Mark Greig had a goal and an assist for Philadelphia, which improved to 9-2-0-0 in its last 11 games. Brian Regan made 34 saves to improve to to 12-8-1.

        Ryan Hoople made 30 saves for Cincinnati, which is 7-24-2-2 all-time versus Philadelphia.

        Philadelphia ....... 1  2  0  1—4

        Cincinnati ....... 1  0  2  0—3


        First period: 1. Cin, Severson 4 (Williams), 16:12.2. Phi, Freer 27 (Greig, Herr), 19:18.

        Second period: 3. Phi, Greig 27 (Herr, Divisek), 11:18. 4. Phi, Law 25 (Picard, Slaney), 16:46 (ppg).

        Third period: 5. Cin, Rodgers 7 (O'Sullivan, Tezikov) 4:53 (ppg). 6. Cin, Lawmaster 4 (O'Sullivan, Severson), 14:53.

        Overtime: 7. Phi, Freer 28, 2:13.

        Shots on goal: Phi 15-6-10-3=34; Cin 12-11-13-1=37. Power plays: Phi 1-for-9; Cin 1-for-5. Goalies: Phi, Regan (34 saves; record: 12-8-1); Cin, Hoople (30 saves; record: 0-1-0).

        Att: 7,036. Records: Phi 35-29-3-4; Cin 37-24-7-4.

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