Monday, March 10, 2003

Ducks fall in overtime



The Associated Press

MILWAUKEE, Wisc. - Darren Haydar scored 35 seconds into overtime to lift the Milwaukee Admirals past the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks 2-1 at the Bradley Center.

Cam Severson notched the lone goal for Cincinnati, which picked up a point for the ninth time in its last 10 games with the OT loss.

The Ducks, who trail Utah by six points for the 10th and final Western Conference Calder Cup playoff seed, play Wednesday at Chicago.

NOTE: Anaheim assigned left wing Mike Brown to Cincinnati.

Mighty Ducks0010-1
Milwaukee0011-2
Third period: 1. Cin, Severson 12 (Riva, Guite), 1:53. 2. Mil, Lambert 5 (Haydar, Smith), 3:43.

Overtime: 3. Mil, Haydar 26 (Smith, Beckett), 0:35.

Shots on goal: Cin 8-7-8-0=23; Mil 12-9-5-2=28. Power-play opportunities: Cin 0-for-5; Mil 0-for-3. Goaltenders: Cin, Damphousse (28 shots, 26 saves; record 12-14-4); Mil, Finley (23-22; 7-11-2. Att: 3,666.

Records: Cincinnati 22-27-11-5; Milwaukee 25-22-13-4.

ECHL: Nailers nail Cyclones

WHEELING - The Wheeling Nailers kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 3-2 victory over the Cincinnati Cyclones.

Cyclones002- 2
Wheeling021- 3
Second period: 1. Whe, Larocque 15 (Elich, Soucy) ppg, 10:45; 2. Whe, Larocque 16 (Russell, Soucy) 13:01.

Third period: 3. Whe, Ouellet 16 (Konopka) 7:40; 4. Cin, Twordik 12 (Cardarelli, Bergin) 11:46; 5. Cin, Noga 22 (Cardarelli, Bergin) 12:14.

Power plays: Cin 0-for-3; Whe 1-for-4. Goaltenders: Cin, Gregg Naumenko (5-6-3 record; 32 saves, 35 shots); Whe, Tyler MacKay (10-10-0; 42-44).




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Ducks fall in overtime

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