Sunday, April 07, 2002

AHL: Ducks, Barons tie 2-2



Enquirer staff and news services

        Ben Guite scored a power-play goal late in the second period to lift the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks to a 2-2 tie with the Cleveland Barons Saturday at the Gardens.

        Sergei Krivokrasov also scored for the Ducks, who finished the regular season unbeaten in their last two games (1-0-1-0).

        ATTENDANCE MARK: Saturday's attendance was 7,520, raising the Ducks' season total to a franchise-best 218,384 fans. The club's previous season-high for attendance was 215,478 set during the 1999-2000 season.

        Cleveland ....... 1-1-0-0-2
       Cincinnati ....... .0-2-0-0-2
       

        First period: 1. Cle, Fibiger 5 (Loyns), 13:04.

        Second period: 2. Cin, Krivokrasov 3 (Richardson, Edinger), 7:38. 3. Cle, Zalesak 22 (LaPlante, Mischler), 17:12. 4. Cin, Guite 14 (Bannister, Green), 18:25 (ppg).

        Third period: No scoring.

        Overtime: No scoring.

        Shots on goal: Cle 12-18-7-0-37; Cin 8-17-10-1-36. Power-play opportunities: Cle 0-for-5; Cini 1-for-6. Goalies: Cle, Toskala (36 shots, 34 saves; record 19-33-7); Cin, Elliott (37 shots, 35 saves; 11-16-7). Att: 7,520. Records: Cle 28-40-7-4; Cin 33-33-11-3.

       



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