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Häusle Bauer


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21.10.2002 03:52
Ergebnisse:20/10/02 antworten

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- The Anaheim Mighty Ducks turned to a youth movement to get a much-needed win.


Andy McDonald scored 4:49 into overtime to lift the Mighty Ducks to a 3-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche.


But it was rookies Martin Gerber and Stanislav Chistov that made it possible. Gerber stopped 22 shots in his first NHL start and victory, and Chistov gave Anaheim a 1-0 lead in the first period.


The Mighty Ducks snapped a four-game winless streak (0-3-1) and beat the Avalanche at home for the first time since March 15, 1998 (0-7-2).


"Every win is a big win for us, we haven't gotten too many,'' rookie coach Mike Babcock said of the Ducks (2-3-1).


The game-winner came when McDonald fell to his knees in front of the net while lofting the puck over Avalanche goalie David Aebischer.


"The puck was rolling a bit and I just wanted to get a shot on net,'' said McDonald, who has two goals and four assists to lead Anaheim in scoring.


Joe Sakic scored twice for Colorado, including the tying goal with 9:15 left in regulation that forced overtime.


Despite the loss, the Avalanche completed a three-game road trip to California with five of a possible six standings points.


Colorado beat Los Angeles 4-1 on Thursday and San Jose 3-1 on Saturday.


"We had a bad game tonight,'' Blake said. "But we got a point out of it.''


Petr Sykora gave Anaheim a 2-1 lead on the power play at 2:58 of the second period. He snapped a quick shot from the left circle past Aebischer off a feed from Adam Oates.


Anaheim was 1-for-4 on the power play, and Colorado was 1-for-3.


"They have better special teams by far,'' Avalanche defenseman Rob Blake said. "They're a very improved team.''


Oates and Sykora were acquired in the offseason to help generate offense for Anaheim, but neither player had scored a goal in the first five Ducks games.


The 28-year-old Gerber, who spent several seasons in the Swedish Elite League, started in place of Jean-Sebastien Giguere who had played all but one period of Anaheim's first five games.


Gerber saw action in the final period of Anaheim's 4-2 loss at Dallas on Oct. 11 and didn't allow a goal.


Chistov tapped in a loose puck to give the Ducks a 1-0 lead at 6:57 of the first period.


Sakic deflected a wrist shot from the point by Blake past Gerber on a Colorado power play midway through the opening period to tie it.

Game notes
The game was moved from 5:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. PDT in order to prevent additional traffic, resulting from Game 2 of the World Series played at adjacent Edison Field. Colorado's game at San Jose was also shifted from night until day in order to allow for Sunday's early start. ... Colorado RW Mike Keane was a healthy scratch for the first time this season. He failed to record a point in the first four games.

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RECAPS
Final
Colorado 2
Anaheim 3

Final
Washington 2
Dallas 5






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.....wie gesagt, ist mir scheiß egal wie sie gespielt haben, solange es nicht in der
Saison so ist!! Vorbereitung ist da um zu lernen, um auszuprobieren, etc., und nicht um zu glänzen!!



der schon das leere Tor vor sich hatte, aber sein Jubel zerbrach am Reflex von Lions-Goalie Dominic Roussel, der aus dem Nichts auftauchte und mit dem Fuß abwehrte.

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Häusle Bauer


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21.10.2002 03:54
#2 RE:Ergebnisse:20/10/02 antworten

GAME DAY RECAP Sunday, October 20
Dallas 5, Washington 2

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DALLAS (AP) _ Mike Modano had three assists, including nice feeds on two early power-play goals, and Rob DiMaio scored twice as the Dallas Stars beat the Washington Capitals 5-2 Sunday night.

Modano set up goals by Bill Guerin and Darryl Sydor as Dallas turned a double minor on Chris Simon into a 2-0 lead after just 5:08. Then came DiMaio's first goal, sending Capitals goaltender Craig Billington to the bench just 10:13 into his season debut. He allowed three goals on eight shots.

Olaf Kolzig replaced Billington and was solid until DiMaio beat him from between the circles early in the third period. It was just the third two-goal game in his 15 seasons, and first since December 1996, which also came against Washington.

Jere Lehtinen scored into an empty net in the final minute, ending a two-game losing skid for Dallas.

Washington, which has lost two straight since a 3-0 start, got within one goal twice. Jeff Halpern made it 2-1 in the first period, and Jaromir Jagr made it 3-2 with a 4-on-4 goal late in the second period. Jagr also assisted on Halpern's goal.

Ron Tugnutt made 26 saves to improve to 2-0 this season. He was at his best late in the first period when he stopped consecutive point-blank shots by Andreas Salomonsson, then minutes later turned away Jagr after he stickhandled his way through the Dallas defense.

Kolzig stopped 21 of 22 shots.

The big start was important for the Stars, who were coming off an ugly 5-3 loss to St. Louis the previous night. Dallas led that game 3-1 before melting down under 14 penalties, eight in the final period. The Stars committed only five this time.

Dallas also improved to 3-0 at American Airlines Center, continuing new coach Dave Tippett's emphasis on reclaiming a home-ice advantage, something the team hardly had last season.

Tippet's influence also continues paying off on the power play as the Stars have scored at least once with a man advantage in six straight.

The Capitals also were coming off a collapse Saturday, as they allowed three goals in the final 24:30 of a 3-1 loss in Philadelphia. Combined with the early struggles against Dallas, Washington allowed six goals in 34:43.< ^Notes:@ Dallas improved to 9-1-1-1 against Washington, dating to the 1996-97 season. ... Stars center Kirk Muller became the 30th player to appear in 1,300 games. ... Billington stopped 23 of 25 shots in a victory over Dallas last season. ... Points streaks: Dallas' Ulf Dahlen upped his to six, Washington's Peter Bondra ended his at four. ... Five-time Olympic gold medalist Bonnie Blair and former Stars general manager Bob Gainey shared a ceremonial faceoff. The duo are co-chairs of a golf tournament Monday benefiting the Dallas Stars Foundation and the American Brain Tumor Association

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.....wie gesagt, ist mir scheiß egal wie sie gespielt haben, solange es nicht in der
Saison so ist!! Vorbereitung ist da um zu lernen, um auszuprobieren, etc., und nicht um zu glänzen!!



der schon das leere Tor vor sich hatte, aber sein Jubel zerbrach am Reflex von Lions-Goalie Dominic Roussel, der aus dem Nichts auftauchte und mit dem Fuß abwehrte.

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21.10.2002 08:00
#3 RE:Ergebnisse:20/10/02 antworten

Colorado - Anaheim 2-3 OT (1-1/0-1/1-0/0-1)
Washington - Dallas 2-5 (1-3/1-0/0-2)

Colorado - Anaheim 2-3 OT (1-1/0-1/1-0/0-1)

Über 4 1/2 Jahre liegt der letzte Heimsieg der Mighty Ducks of Anaheim gegen die Colorado Avalanche zurück, sieben Niederlagen und zwei Unentschieden war die magere Ausbeute der Kalifornier in diesem Zeitraum. Gestern Abend konnte Andy McDonald(65.) mit seinem Overtimetreffer diese Negativserie beenden und diesmal, die Ducks waren schon während der regulären Spielzeit zwei Mal in Front gegangen, blieb den Avalanche keine Zeit wieder zurück ins Spiel zu kommen.
Rookie Stanislav Chistov(7.) und Petr Sykora(23.pp) besorgten die zweimalige, durchaus verdiente Führung für Anaheim.
Auf Seiten der Gäste war es Teamkapitän Joe Sakic(10.pp/51.) der Anaheims Schlussmann Martin Gerber, er vertrat Stammtorwart Jean-Sebastien Giguere und bestritt seine erste NHL-Partie von Beginn an, überwand.
Colorados Verteidiger Rob Blake brachte es mit seinem Statement nach der Partie auf den Punkt: "Wir haben ganz schlecht gespielt, so gesehen können wir mit dem Zähler zufrieden sein."

Washington - Dallas 2-5 (1-3/1-0/0-2)

Nach zwei Niederlagen in Folge konnten die Dallas Stars heute Nacht im American Airlines Center auf eigenem Eis in der Partie gegen die Washington Capitals vollauf überzeugen und bezwangen die Capitals auch in der Höhe verdient mit 5-2 Toren.
Jeweils wunderschön von Mike Modano, er assistierte bei drei Toren der Texaner, in Szene gesetzt, sorgten Bill Guerin(4.pp) und Darryl Sydor(6.pp) schon in den ersten Spielminuten, als Caps Chris Simon eine vierminütige Strafe absaß für einen 2-0 Vorsprung.
Anders als 24 Stunden zuvor in St. Louis gaben die Stars diese Führung nicht mehr aus der Hand. Zwar konnten Jeff Halpern(7.) und Jaromir Jagr(37.) noch zwei Mal den Rückstand verkürzen, die Hausherren ließen sich hiervon aber nur wenig beeindrucken, spielten diszipliniert und konzentriert weiter wobei sich Rob DiMaio(11./44.) als zweifacher Torschütze auszeichnete.
Den Schlusspunkt setzte Jere Lehtinen(60.en) mit einem 'Empty Net Goal' als Olaf Kölzig, er hatte bereits nach gut zehn Minuten Craig Billington, der drei Gegentreffer kassierte, ersetzt, seinen Kasten zu Gunsten eines sechsten Feldspielers verlassen hatte.

C-Gam

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