Friday, November 16, 2001

NHL roundup

Mogilny leads Leafs

By The Associated Press

        TAMPA, Fla. — Alexander Mogilny scored the tiebreaking goal with 4:18 left in the third period, leading the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday night.

        Mogilny scored from close range, off a pass from behind the net by Darcy Tucker. The goal was Mogilny's 18th in 26 games.

        Mats Sundin and Alyn McCauley had Toronto goals.

        Vincent Lecavalier and Tim Taylor scored for Tampa.

       Hurricanes 1, Senators 1

        OTTAWA — Tom Barrasso made 36 saves and Shane Willis scored 14:55 into the second to lift Carolina to a tie with Ottawa.

        Martin Havlat, who has scored in five of the Senators' last six games, got his seventh goal earlier in the second as Ottawa failed to extend its team-best seven-game winning streak.

       Bruins 5, Devils 4

        BOSTON — Joe Thornton lifted Boston past New Jersey with his eighth goal of the season at 1:45 of overtime.

        Bobby Holik tied it up with 27 seconds left in regulation after the Bruins had taken a 4-3 lead on Jozef Stumpel's wrist shot.

        Bill Guerin, Hal Gill and Sergei Samsonov had the other Bruins goals.

        Martin Brodeur (8-7-1) made his 16th straight start in goal for New Jersey and stopped 39 of Boston's 44 shots.

        Patrik Elias, Sergei Nemchinov and Scott Gomez scored for New Jersey.

       Flyers 5, Capitals 0

        PHILADELPHIA — Keith Primeau, Jiri Dopita and Mark Recchi each scored less than four minutes into the game lifting Philadelphia over Washington.

        John LeClair and Simon Gagne also scored and Brian Boucher and Roman Cechmanek combined to make 24 saves.

        Jaromir Jagr, playing his second game since missing four games with a knee injury, wasn't a factor. He took just one shot and was a minus-2 in the first two periods.

       Coyotes 5, Sharks 3

        PHOENIX — Daymond Langkow broke a tie with a power-play goal and Ladislav Nagy added his second goal of the game as Phoenix beat San Jose.

        Sergei Berezin and Krystofer Kolanos also scored for the Coyotes, who overpowered Sharks backup goalie Miikka Kiprusoff with a season-high 37 shots.

        Mike Ricci, Gary Suter and Teemu Selanne scored for the Sharks, who have lost three of their last four.

       Blackhawks 2, Flames 2

        CALGARY, Alberta — Dean McAmmond's power-play goal with 4:01 left in the third period gave Calgary a tie with Chicago.

        Jamie Wright also scored for the Flames (12-2-2-2), who rallied from a 2-0 deficit to remain unbeaten in their last seven.

        Ryan VandenBussche and Steve Sullivan scored for Chicago.

        Jarome Iginla, the NHL's leading scorer, picked up an assist on the tying goal to extend his point-scoring streak to 12 games.

       Canucks 2, Blues 1

        VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Matt Cooke scored twice and Dan Cloutier stopped 28 shots as Vancouver beat St. Louis.

        Cooke banged home a loose puck midway through the first period, then added a 15-foot wrist shot 1:10 into the second.

        That was enough for Cloutier, who moved above the .500 mark (9-8-1) for the first time since joining the Canucks late last season.

        Doug Weight scored for St. Louis.

       Stars 4, Kings 3

        LOS ANGELES — Mike Modano scored twice, including the go-ahead goal with 9:41 remaining, and Joe Nieuwendyk scored goals 56 seconds apart as the Dallas Stars beat the Los Angeles Kings 4-3 Thursday night.

        Jason Allison scored his first two goals since joining the Kings in a trade on Oct. 24.

        Adam Deadmarsh had a goal and two assists to help Los Angeles fight back from 3-0 to tie, but the Kings still ended up with their 10th one-goal loss of the season.


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