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C-Gam Offline

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06.05.2002 08:14
05/05/2002 Antworten
Conference Halbfinale
Montreal - Carolina 4-1 (2-0/1-1/1-0)

Montreal - Carolina 4-1 (2-0/1-1/1-0)
Playoffstand: 1-1


Der Puck landet nach Jose Theodores Abwehr bei Stephane Quintal(MON).

Die Montreal Canadiens konnten mit einem schmeichelhaften 4-1 Erfolg in der Raleigh Entertainment und Sports Arena ihre Playoffserie mit den Carolina Hurricanes ausgleichen. Hierbei profitierten sie besonders von einem unsicher agierenden Kevin Weekes im Tor der Hausherren. Vor allem bei der 1-0 Führung durch Saku Koivu(8.) im ersten Drittel machte Weekes, der noch vor zwei Tagen gegen die Frankokanadier einen Shutout feiern konnte, nicht den besten Eindruck. Relativ wenig zu halten gab es für Weekes bei den Treffern von Verteidiger Andrei Markov(17.) und Doug Gilmour(22.pp), der einen Schuss von Donald Audette abfälschte.
Carolinas Coach Paul Maurice wird wohl in der nächsten Partie wieder auf Arturs Irbe, der eigentlichen Nummer 1, zurückgreifen.
Diesen 3-0 Vorsprung zu Beginn des Mittelabschnitts ließen sich die Frankokandier nicht mehr nehmen. Gestützt auf einen erneut herausragenden Jose Theodore widerstanden sie dem Angriffsdruck ihrer Gastgeber. Ein ums andere Mal vereitelte Theodore hochkarätige Einschussmöglichkeiten der Hurricanes und beendete die Partie mit insgesamt 45 Rettungstaten. Nur einmal, als sieben Sekunden vor der zweiten Pause Stephane Quintal noch auf der Strafbank saß und eine weitere Strafe gegen die Canadiens angezeigt war, musste sich Theodore von Rod Brind'Amour(40.pp) bezwingen lassen.
Den 4-1 Endstand stellte Bill Lindsay(59.en) mit einem 'Empty Net Goal' her.


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06.05.2002 08:18
#2 RE:05/05/2002 Antworten
Montreal zieht mit Carolina gleich

Vor allem ihrem Kapitän Saku Koivu haben es die Montreal Canadians zu verdanken, dass das zweite Play-off-Halbfinalspiel gegen die Carolina Hurricans mit einem 4:1-Sieg endete. Koivu traf bereits nach 7:25 Minuten im ersten Drittel zur 1:0-Führung für Montreal und mit einem Assist nach 16:51 Minuten gab der Kapitän die Vorlage für Verteidiger Andrei Markov, der den zweiten Treffer für die Canadians landete. Das dritte Tor ging auf das Konto von Doug Gilmour, der nur 63 Sekunden nach Beginn des zweiten Drittels traf. Kurz vor Ende des dritten Spielabschnitts markierte Bill Lindsay den vierten Treffer. Den Rest besorgte Goalie Jose Theodore, der 45 Schüsse abwehrte und somit in den vergangenen vier Spielen lediglich fünf Tore kassierte. Den Ehrentreffer für die Hurricans erzielte kurz vor Schluss des zweiten Drittels Rod Brind'Amour.

In der "best-of-seven"-Serie steht es nun im Play-off-Halbfinale der Eastern Conference zwischen den beiden Teams 1:1-Unentschieden. Nach dem Auftakterfolg konnten die Hurricans das zweite Spiel vor heimischer Kulisse nicht nutzen und beendeten damit auch ihre Serie von vier Heimsiegen in Folge. Das dritte Duell findet in der Nacht zum Mittwoch in Montreal statt.


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06.05.2002 13:21
#3 RE:05/05/2002 Antworten
Den Rest besorgte Goalie Jose Theodore, der 45 Schüsse abwehrte und somit in den vergangenen vier Spielen lediglich fünf Tore kassierte.
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ach der jose.wenn ich ne frau wäre,wäre er mein "traummann"!!



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06.05.2002 14:45
#4 RE:05/05/2002 Antworten
@Dennis:
Kannste Englisch?

Montreal vs. Carolina 1:1

Theodore makes 45 saves in Habs' Game 2 win

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Jose Theodore will be seeing pucks in his sleep.
The Montreal Canadiens goaltender stopped 45 shots and Saku Koivu had a goal and an assist as the Canadiens held off the Carolina Hurricanes 4-1 Sunday night to even the best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinals at one game apiece.
"It'll be a good day (Monday) to relax and rest up," said Theodore, who has now faced 84 shots in two games.
The win by Montreal snapped Carolina's four-game home playoff winning streak and was in sharp contrast to its 2-0 opening loss. In Game 1, the Hurricanes were more scrappy and outhit the Canadiens.
Montreal was still outshot 46-16 Sunday, but the Canadiens were able to solve goalie Kevin Weekes for two first-period goals -- one on a great hustle play by Koivu -- to get a jump on Carolina and quiet its rowdy crowd.
The Canadiens then rode Theodore the rest of the way.
"Obviously we needed 56 shots," a frustrated Sami Kapanen said.
Bill Lindsay sealed it with an empty-net goal with 1:11 left, firing the puck nearly the length of the ice.
"It's a lot easier to play with the lead," said Theodore, who faced 38 shots in Game 1. "But the Hurricanes made a statement that they're going to be ready to play every night. They played even better than the first night."
Weekes had two straight shutouts and a goals against average of 0.90 in the playoffs entering the game, but couldn't come up big for a fourth straight game since taking over for Arturs Irbe in the New Jersey series.
Game 3 will be played at the Molson Centre on Tuesday night.
"Our team feels comfortable, especially on the road, where we've had a lot of success," Carolina captain Ron Francis said. "Nothing is easy this time of year, but we'll regroup and get ready for our best game in Game 3."
Doug Gilmour's 60th career playoff goal on the power play 1:03 into the second gave the Canadiens a three-goal lead before Rod Brind'Amour's goal with 6.8 seconds left in the period drew the Hurricanes within 3-1 on a two-man advantage.
Erik Cole poked the puck past Theodore 1:33 into the third, but it clearly came after the whistle and was waved off by referee Mick McGeough. Carolina had several good scoring chances minutes later, but Kevyn Adams missed an open net short-handed and Theodore shut down Carolina's power play.
"We were very well prepared to play seven games in our first series (against New Jersey) and we're very well prepared to play seven games again," Carolina coach Paul Maurice said. "It's not a big shock by any means in the room that Montreal won a game."
Carolina played without Jeff O'Neill, the team's top goal scorer the last two seasons. O'Neill was suspended for one game following his hit from behind in the series opener on Montreal's Sheldon Souray. Souray sustained a left shoulder injury but returned to his regular spot on defense in Game 2.
Weekes had a franchise-record scoreless streak that spanned 143 minutes and 55 seconds before allowing a bad goal 7:25 into the first to give Montreal some confidence.
Weekes got in front of what appeared to be a harmless shot from Sergei Berezin from the top of the circle. But just like early in Game 1, Weekes had problems with his rebounds. The puck dropped at his pads, and the Carolina defense relaxed.
It was all the window that Koivu needed as he dug the puck out and flipped it past Weekes.
"I had it smothered and I had it smothered long enough to where there usually is a whistle," Weekes said. "As soon as I popped my head up it squirted loose and Saku was right there. It was a heck of a play by him.
"It was definitely big because goals are tough to come by at this time of the year," Weekes added. "For them to get that lead early it certainly buoyed their confidence a little bit. This is something I have to learn from next time. I have to stay patient and wait for the referee to blow the whistle."
Koivu set up Montreal's second goal when he drew four Carolina players toward him as he skated down the right wing, then fired a cross-ice pass to a streaking Andrei Markov, who had joined the rush from his defensive position.
Markov made one move to get Weekes out of position and then backhanded the puck into an open side as he fell to the ice for his first career postseason goal.
"We needed that (first) goal and we needed a good first period," Koivu said. "It was a good thing that we were able to get two goals -- it gets our confidence back that we can still score."

Game notes
Koivu's two-point night was his fourth multipoint game of the playoffs. ... Top Montreal D Patrice Brisebois skated for the first time in six days Saturday but still couldn't go in Game 2 with lingering back pain. ... Ron Francis extended his point streak to four games with an assist on the Brind'Amour goal. ... Montreal was 1-for-16 on the power play in road playoff games before Gilmour's goal.


von: ESPN.com

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06.05.2002 21:01
#5 RE:05/05/2002 Antworten

19:46 Carolina Bret Hedican: 2 Minutes for Removing Sweater Sergei Berezin

Auch mal ne geile Strafzeit...


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06.05.2002 21:11
#6 RE:05/05/2002 Antworten
In Antwort auf:
Saku Koivu


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