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Häusle Bauer

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14.11.2002 05:16
Ergebnisse vom 13.11 antworten

Dallas 6, Washington 1

WASHINGTON -- Never mind the balanced offensive attack that has lifted the Dallas Stars into first place in the Western Conference.

Forward Bill Guerin, signed as a free agent to upgrade the Stars' offense, was tired of seeing zeros next to his name.

Guerin ended a seven-game goal drought with a pair of second-period scores and the Stars routed the Washington Capitals 6-1 Wednesday night.

"Yeah, it's been a while," said Guerin, who hadn't scored since Oct. 28. "But it makes it easier when other guys are taking the pressure off you by scoring. We've had scoring from a lot of different guys and we've been winning."

Scott Young, Pierre Turgeon, Brenden Morrow and Jere Lehtinen also scored for Dallas, which has won four of five. The six goals was a season high for the Stars.

"Something you need to be successful is every line going and that's something we had tonight," Young said. "You saw that we controlled the game and there weren't any weaknesses out there."

Stars center Mike Modano had two assists and is one point shy of becoming the 64th player in NHL history and fifth U.S.-born player to reach 1,000 career points.

Kip Miller scored for Washington, which was bidding for a season-high fourth straight victory.

"It was a stinker for us. They're a tired team and we let them off the hook," Capitals goalie Olaf Kolzig said. "We let them create some energy."

Despite playing its third game in four nights, Dallas continued a season-long trend by taking the early lead. The Stars have scored first in 15 of their 18 games, going 10-2-3-0.

Young, unchecked at the inside edge of the left circle, flicked the puck past Kolzig 2:09 into the game for a 1-0 lead. At 13:41, Turgeon pounced on the bouncing rebound of Jason Arnott's long right-wing shot for his fourth goal.

Washington cut the lead to 2-1 at 4:43 of the second period, six seconds after its third power play had expired. Sergei Gonchar slid a pass through the crease to Miller, who had an easy tap-in at the left post.

But Guerin scored twice before the second period ended for a 4-1 cushion.

Guerin scored on a slap shot from the right circle 13½ minutes into the period for his sixth goal, then capped a frantic scramble when he caromed a shot off Kolzig's left pad from the left post with less than one second remaining in the period.

"The first and last minute of a period are crucial," Washington defenseman Ken Klee said. "We were half a second late and (Guerin) hurt us."

Morrow and Lehtinen scored in the third period.


Washington played without D Brendan Witt (groin strain) and RW Stephen Peat (hand injury).
Dallas has outscored opponents an NHL-best 23-7 in the first period this season.
Wednesday's game started a streak of five consecutive games against Western Conference foes for the Capitals.
Dallas G Marty Turco faced Washington for the first time in his career.


.....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.


Häusle Bauer

Beiträge: 5.489

14.11.2002 05:17
#2 RE:Ergebnisse vom 13.11 antworten

Panthers get tie with Flyers in Philly

PHILADELPHIA -- Whether they are even-strength, short-handed or on the power play, the Philadelphia Flyers just aren't scoring goals.

Kristian Huselius had a goal and Jani Hurme stopped 29 shots as the Florida Panthers tied the Flyers 1-1 Wednesday night.

Flyers defenseman Chris Therien checks the Panthers' Viktor Kozlov to the ice.(AP)
The Flyers are winless in their past three games, yet are off to a 9-3-3 start under new coach Ken Hitchcock. They have just three goals during their winless streak.

"We didn't sustain a lot of pressure," Flyers captain Keith Primeau said. "We wanted to play the game in their end. It's frustrating."

Florida is unbeaten in its past three games (1-0-2).

"They were a team that had come off two road losses and had a level of desperation in their game. We were equal to the task," Panthers coach Mike Keenan said.

Pavel Brendl gave Philadelphia a 1-0 lead 2:29 into the second period with his second goal. He skated around from behind the net, drew Hurme out of position and backhanded a shot from in front of the crease into an empty net.

"I wasn't sure what I was going to do with the puck, but then I got it back behind the net, I tried to put it upstairs, fanned on it a little bit, but the goalie was out of the net and it was empty-net goal," Brendl said.

Huselius tied it at 1 on his eighth goal with 1:10 left in the second period. Sandis Ozolinsh took a slap shot from just inside the blue line and the puck bounced off Huselius past goaltender Robert Esche.

The Panthers had a power play late in regulation, but didn't get a shot. The Flyers had the best chance to score during the penalty when Marty Murray picked up a loose puck near the blue line, and broke in alone. But Hurme made a stick save to preserve the tie.

"It's great to get one point in this building," Hurme said. "This is a great place to play."

Esche stopped 28 shots, including a chest save on a slap shot by Ozolinsh in overtime.

Hurme's best stop was a pad save on a backhander by Todd Fedoruk late in the first.

The Flyers were 0-for-2 on the power play, and now have failed to score in their last 19 opportunities with a man-advantage. They have just two goals in their last 39 chances after starting the season 11-for-49.

"We had a lot of chances," Flyers forward John LeClair said. "This is a game you want to win, especially at home against a team you should beat."


The crowd of 18,834 at the First Union Center was the smallest since 1996. The Flyers, who sold out 27 games last year, have just one sellout in eight home games.
Panthers goalie Robert Luongo missed his fourth straight game because of an injured back.
The Flyers are unbeaten in their past five games (4-0-1) against the Panthers. Florida's last win was 2-1 on April 3, 2001 in Philadelphia.
Huselius has at least one point in five straight games.
Florida has gotten at least one point in each of the six games Hurme has played.
The Panthers have played in eight overtime games, most in the NHL.
Philadelphia is 8-0-3 when it scores first.


.....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.


Häusle Bauer

Beiträge: 5.489

14.11.2002 05:19
#3 RE:Ergebnisse vom 13.11 antworten

Kozlov's OT goal lifts Thrashers over Sharks

ATLANTA -- Slava Kozlov scored with 2:41 remaining in overtime, giving the Atlanta Thrashers a 3-2 victory over San Jose on Wednesday night and only the second three-game winning streak in franchise history.

Kozlov's third goal of the season was set up by Andy Sutton, who circled behind the net and almost back to the blue line before flipping a pass in front. Kozlov's quick backhander was stopped by Evgeni Nabokov, but the rebound came right back to the Atlanta player, who snapped a wrist shot into the net.

Owen Nolan forced overtime by scoring for San Jose with just 2:40 left in regulation. Scott Hannan's shot from the blue line was stopped by Pasi Nurminen, but the puck slipped the goalie's legs as Mike Ricci hacked at it several times.

Nolan appeared to get a stick on the puck after it already had crossed the line, but he was given credit for his sixth goal.

The Thrashers went ahead for the first time when Shawn McEachern broke a 1-1 tie with 9:40 remaining.

Atlanta, which started the season with a nine-game losing streak that had coach Curt Fraser on the verge of being fired, has turned things around by going 4-1-1 over their last six games.

Atlanta doesn't even have the worst record in the league anymore. That ignominious distinction now belongs to the Buffalo Sabres, whose nine points are one fewer than the Thrashers.

The Sharks, expected to be one of the top teams in the Western Conference, continued to have early season struggles. They are last in the Pacific Division and lost their third in a row as they began an eight-game road trip.

The only other three-game winning streak in Thrashers' history was Dec. 1-4, 2000, launching the lone winning month in team history. They never won more than two in a row last season.

San Jose's Patrick Marleau scored the first goal at 4:33 of the second period. He broke in with Teemu Selanne on a 2-and-1, snapping a shot over Nurminen's blocker. It was Marleau's third goal of the season and 100th of his career.

Ilya Kovalchuk evened it up for the Thrashers on a breakaway. He took a pass from Heatley in center ice and beat Nabokov with just 50 seconds left in the second.

Then, just past the midway point of the third, McEachern put Atlanta ahead. Daniel Tjarnqvist's shot through a screen was blocked by Nabokov, but he lost sight of the puck as it skidded to his right. McEachern banged in the rebound for his fifth goal.

Notes: Earlier Wednesday, San Jose defenseman Brad Stuart ended his 15-game holdout, signing a three-year contract worth about $5 million. Stuart, one of hockey's top young offensive defensemen, was a restricted free agent who sat out training camp and nearly five weeks of the regular season. He joined the team in Atlanta and could play for the first time at Tampa Bay on Friday. ... Attendance was 10,691, the third straight crowd of fewer than 11,000 at Philips Arena. ... The Thrashers beat San Jose for the first time after going 0-4-1 in their first five meetings.


.....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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14.11.2002 07:56
#4 RE:Ergebnisse vom 13.11 antworten

Dallas - Washington 6-1 (2-0/2-1/2-0)
San Jose - Atlanta 2-3 OT (0-0/1-1/1-1/0-1)
Florida - Philadelphia 1-1 (0-0/1-1/0-0/0-0)

Dallas - Washington 6-1 (2-0/2-1/2-0)

Washingtons Schlussmann Olaf Kölzig war nach der 1-6 Heimpleite seiner Capitals gegen die Dallas Stars erzürnt: "So was darf uns nicht passieren. Wir ließen sie einfach nach Belieben agieren und das Spielgeschehen bestimmen. Das war blamabel."
Den Dallas Stars war heute im MCI Center nicht anzumerken, dass sie ihr drittes Spiel in vier Tagen zu absolvieren hatten. Von Müdigkeit war keine Spur. Sie setzten von der ersten Minute an die Hausherren kräftig unter Druck und auch die Führung ließ nich lange auf sich warten. Nach 129 Sekunden musste sich Kölzig erstmals durch Scott Young(3.) geschlagen geben. Beim 2-0 von Pierre Turgeon(14.) war Washingtons Goalie nicht schuldfrei: Einen Schuss von Jason Arnott ließ er nach vorne abprallen und Turgeon stand goldrichtig.
Hoffnung auf eine Spielwende konnten sich die Hausherren machen als Kip Miller(25.) im zweiten Durchgang auf 1-2 verkürzte. Es sollte aber der einzige Glanzpunkt im Spiel der Capitals bleiben. Anschließend beendete Bill Guerin(34./40.), er hatte seit sechs Spielen nicht mehr getroffen, mit zwei Treffern seine Torflaute und im Schlussabschnitt machten Brenden Morrow(42.) und Jere Lehtinen(55.) das Heimdebakel der US-Hauptstädter perfekt.

San Jose - Atlanta 2-3 OT (0-0/1-1/1-1/0-1)

Die Atlanta Thrashers gaben mit einem 3-2 Overtimeerfolg über die San Jose Sharks und nun neun Punkten den Titel 'Schlechtestes Team der Liga' an die Buffalo Sabres ab.
Slava Kozlov(63.) gelang nach gut zwei Minuten in der Verlängerung der vollauf verdiente Siegtreffer für die Thrashers, die ihre Siegesserie auf drei Spiele in Folge ausbauen konnten.
Ratlos zeigten sich nicht nur San Jose Sharks auf dem Eis, sondern auch Vincent Damphousse nach der dritten Niederlage in Serie: "Es läuft alles gegen uns. Mir fehlen einfach die Worte. Ich weiß nicht was wir ändern können." Keine guten Aussichten für den Tabellenletzten der Pacific Division.
Dabei hatte es zunächst gar nicht schlecht ausgesehen für die Sharks. Aus einer kompakten Verteidigung heraus setzten sie immer wieder zu gefährlichen und schnellen Kontern an. Nach gut 24 Minuten gingen sie sogar durch Patrick Marleau(25.) mit 1-0 in Front. Diese Führung war jedoch gleichzeitig der Wendepunkt im Spiel. Fortan bestimmten die Hausherren das Spielgeschehen und die Sharks kamen nur noch sporadisch zu Torchancen.
Ilya Kovalchuk(40.), 50 Sekunden vor dem Ende des zweiten Durchgangs, und Shawn Mceachern(51.) zur Mitte des Schlussabschnitts brachten die Thrashers in Front. Dass sie noch eine Zusatzschicht einlegen mussten war das Verdienst von Mike Ricci der die Scheibe durch die Schoner von Pasi Nurminen stocherte. Owen Nolan(58.) wurde der Ausgleichstreffer, er fiel 150 Sekunden vor dem Ende der regulären Spielzeit, zugesprochen.
Zufriden mit der Vorstellung seiner Mannschaft konnte Atlantas Headcoach Curt Fraser sein: "Das war unsere beste Saisonleistung. Die Sharks sind trotz ihrer momentan schlechten Platzierung ein Spitzenteam und wir haben sie über weite Strecken in Schach gehalten."

Florida - Philadelphia 1-1 (0-0/1-1/0-0/0-0)

Die Philadelphia Flyers haben zur Zeit Probleme ihre Torchancen zu nutzen. Drei Treffer aus den letzten drei sieglosen Spielen sind einfach zu wenig für eine Mannschaft mit so hohen Ambitionen.
Heute Nacht vor 18.834 Zuschauer im United Center kamen die Flyers nicht über eine 1-1 Punkteteilung gegen die Florida Panthers hinaus. Der einzige Akteur in ihren Reihen der die Lücke im gegenerischen Gehäuse fand, war Pavel Brendl(23.) - der junge Tscheche düpierte Gästegoalie Jani Hurme zu Beginn des zweiten Durchgangs mit einem 'Bauerntrick'.
Die Hausherren hatten auch nach der Führung die klareren Einschussmöglichkeiten, gingen aber zu leichtfertig mit diesen um und das sollte sich rächen. Eine der wenigen Überzahlsituationen in der insgesamt sehr fair geführten Partie nutzte Sandis Ozolinsh(39.pp) um den Spielstand zu egalisieren.
Im torlosen Schlussabschnitt und in der 5-minütigen Verlängerung verteidigten die Panthers mit viel Geschick das Remis.

Stars 6, CAPITALS 1
DALLAS 2 2 2 --6
WASHINGTON 0 1 0 --1

1, Dallas, Scott Young 1 (Brenden Morrow, Niko Kapanen), 2:09.
2, Dallas, Pierre Turgeon 4 (Jason Arnott, Jere Lehtinen), 13:41.

Strafzeiten: B Morrow, Dal (interference), 6:50; J
Arnott, Dal (interference), 14:03.

3, Washington, Kip Miller 3 (Sergei Gonchar, Jaromir Jagr), 4:54.
4, Dallas, Bill Guerin 6 (Mike Modano, Stephane Robidas), 13:26.
5, Dallas, Bill Guerin 7 (Ulf Dahlen, Derian Hatcher), 19:59.

Strafzeiten: N Kapanen, Dal (hooking), 2:48; B
Sutherby, Was (hooking), 14:22.

6, Dallas, Brenden Morrow 6 (Niko Kapanen), 1:48.
7, Dallas, Jere Lehtinen 9 (Pierre Turgeon, Jason Arnott), 14:21.

Strafzeiten: R Berry, Was (major fighting), 2:30; R Dimaio, Dal
(major fighting), 2:30; S Eminger, Was (roughing), 2:30; S
Konowalchuk, Was (high sticking), 16:15; R Berry, Was (major
fighting), 17:19; B Guerin, Dal (major fighting), 17:19; M Malhotra,
Dal (major fighting), 18:04; B Sutherby, Was (major fighting), 18:04;
A Henry, Was ( misconduct), 18:43.

DALLAS 11 11 13 --35
WASHINGTON 4 11 9 --24

Powerplay: DAL: 0-3, WAS: 0-3.
Dallas, Marty Turco (24-23; W,7-4-2).
Washington, Olaf Kolzig (35-29; L,6-3-0).
Zuschauer: 16,528.
Schiedsrichter: Jay Sharrers, Kevin Pollock.
Assistenten: Anthony Sericolo, Jonny Murray.
THRASHERS 3, Sharks 2, OT
SAN JOSE 0 1 1 0 --2
ATLANTA 0 1 1 1 --3

ERSTES DRITTEL -- Tore: Keine.

Strafzeiten: A Graves, San (goalie interference), 15:49;
A Sutton, Atl (closing hand on puck), 18:48.

1, San Jose, Patrick Marleau 3 (Marco Sturm), 4:33.
2, Atlanta, Ilya Kovalchuk 9 (Dany Heatley), 19:10.

Strafzeiten: P Stefan, Atl (interference), 9:24.

3, Atlanta, Shawn Mceachern 5 (Vyacheslav Kozlov, Daniel Tjarnqvist),10:20.
4, San Jose, Owen Nolan 6 (Mike Ricci, Scott Thornton),17:20.

Strafzeiten: S Mceachern, Atl (high sticking), 2:59.

5, Atlanta, Vyacheslav Kozlov 3 (Andy Sutton, Shawn Mceachern),2:19.

SAN JOSE 8 8 5 3 --24
ATLANTA 8 11 11 3 --33

Powerplay: SAN: 0-3, ATL: 0-1.
San Jose, Evgeni Nabokov (33-30; L,2-5-1).
Atlanta, Pasi Nurminen (24-22; W,4-2-1).
Zuschauer: 10,601.
Schiedsrichter: Blaine Angus, Dean Warren.
Assistenten: Brian Murphy, Derek Nansen.
Panthers 1, FLYERS 1
FLORIDA 0 1 0 0 --1
PHILADELPHIA 0 1 0 0 --1

ERSTES DRITTEL -- Tore: Keine.

Strafzeiten: M Nilson, Fla (slashing), 7:33.

1, Philadelphia, Pavel Brendl 2 (Donald Brashear, Marty Murray),2:29.
2, Florida, Kristian Huselius 8 (power play) (Sandis Ozolinsh, Valeri Bure)18:50.

Strafzeiten: Bench, Phi
(delay of game served by T Fedoruk), 8:19; D Mcgillis, Phi
(interference), 17:32.


Strafzeiten: J Bouwmeester, Fla (interference), 4:51; J
Roenick, Phi (ob holding the stick), 15:23.

OVERTIME -- Tore: Keine.

FLORIDA 7 12 6 4 --29
PHILADELPHIA 8 8 12 2 --30

Powerplay: FLA: 1-3, PHI: 0-2.
Florida, Jani Hurme (30-29; T,2-1-2).
Philadelphia, Robert Esche (29-28; T,3-0-1).
Zuschauer: 18,834.
Schiedsrichter: Chris Lee, Dan O'Halloran.
Assistenten: Pierre Racicot, Tim Nowak.

Atlantic Division

PHILADELPHIA 15 9 3 3 0 21 46 29 5-1-2 4-2-1
NEW JERSEY 13 9 4 0 0 18 33 25 5-3-0 4-1-0
PITTSBURGH 14 7 4 2 1 17 46 41 5-1-1 2-4-1
NY RANGERS 18 7 9 2 0 16 46 59 4-5-1 3-4-1
NY ISLANDERS 16 5 10 1 0 11 39 59 4-7-0 1-3-1

Northeast Division

BOSTON 15 10 3 2 1 23 55 36 4-1-1 6-2-1
MONTREAL 15 6 5 4 0 16 41 45 3-4-3 3-1-1
OTTAWA 13 6 6 1 0 13 34 35 3-3-0 3-3-1
TORONTO 16 5 9 2 0 12 49 53 4-6-1 1-3-1
BUFFALO 15 3 9 3 0 9 33 40 2-4-1 1-5-2

Southeast Division

TAMPA BAY 16 9 5 2 1 21 57 42 6-1-0 3-4-2
CAROLINA 16 8 6 2 2 20 37 36 6-3-2 2-3-0
WASHINGTON 16 8 7 1 0 17 36 44 4-2-0 4-5-1
FLORIDA 17 6 8 3 2 17 38 48 3-3-2 3-5-1
ATLANTA 15 4 10 1 1 10 41 55 2-4-0 2-6-1

Central Division

ST LOUIS 14 10 3 1 0 21 57 34 5-2-1 5-1-0
DETROIT 15 8 5 2 0 18 48 37 5-2-2 3-3-0
CHICAGO 15 8 5 2 0 18 37 32 6-3-0 2-2-2
COLUMBUS 15 7 7 1 1 16 49 45 6-3-1 1-4-0
NASHVILLE 15 2 11 2 4 10 32 48 1-3-0 1-8-2

Northwest Division

MINNESOTA 17 10 5 2 0 22 52 38 6-3-0 4-2-2
VANCOUVER 16 7 5 4 0 18 46 43 2-4-2 5-1-2
COLORADO 16 5 7 4 3 17 45 44 1-5-3 4-2-1
CALGARY 16 5 8 3 3 16 39 44 1-3-3 4-5-0
EDMONTON 16 5 8 3 1 14 41 49 1-3-2 4-5-1

Pacific Division

DALLAS 18 10 5 3 1 24 58 39 5-1-0 5-4-3
LOS ANGELES 16 7 7 2 2 18 46 47 3-2-1 4-5-1
ANAHEIM 16 6 7 3 1 16 39 43 3-3-1 3-4-2
PHOENIX 17 6 11 0 1 13 38 55 2-4-0 4-7-0
SAN JOSE 16 5 10 1 2 13 44 54 2-5-1 3-5-0

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14.11.2002 21:34
#5 RE:Ergebnisse vom 13.11 antworten

Scheiße, nur ein Punkt, und nicht mal ein Kampf im Spiel, das finde ich echt doof. Geht irgendwie schon die ganze Saison so.

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