Archive for Thursday, October 11, 2001

Calgary snaps Detroit’s home unbeaten streak at 19

October 11, 2001


— A raucous crowd excited to see the new-look Detroit Red Wings went home quiet.

Dean McAmmond, Scott Nichol, Igor Kravchuk and Jarome Iginla scored as the Calgary Flames beat Detroit, 4-2, Wednesday night to spoil the home debut of the new-look Red Wings.

Detroit, which had a franchise-record 19-game unbeaten streak at home, lost for the first time in Joe Louis Arena since Dec. 27.

Dominik Hasek allowed four goals and stopped 29 shots in his first game before his new fans.

Calgary's defense was solid and Roman Turek stopped 24 shots. Kris Draper and Brendan Shanahan scored for Detroit.

Sabres 2, Flyers 1

Buffalo, N.Y. Martin Biron made 26 saves and Miroslav Satan scored a short-handed goal in the second period as Buffalo snapped a five-game, regular-season losing streak against Philadelphia. Stu Barnes extended his scoring streak to three games and points streak to four games with a first-period goal for Buffalo.

Islanders 6, Penguins 3

Pittsburgh Mark Parrish scored two third-period goals as the Islanders beat Pittsburgh and opened the season with three straight wins for the first time in 14 seasons. Parrish snapped a 3-all tie with a goal at 1:30 of the third. Claude Lapointe, Steve Webb, Jason Blake and Micheal Peca also scored for the Islanders.

Senators 2, Panthers 0

Sunrise, Fla. Jani Hurme made 36 saves for his third career shutout and Martin Havlat and Daniel Alfredsson scored as Ottawa beat Florida. Hurme earned his first shutout since Jan. 20 against Tampa Bay. Havlat scored on a power play for his fourth point in two games and Ottawa's sixth power-play goal of the season.

Capitals 5, Rangers 2

New York Jaromir Jagr had two assists before leaving because of a leg injury as Washington beat the Rangers.

Wild 2, Bruins 1

St. Paul, Minn. Stacy Roest, left unprotected in the waiver draft two weeks ago, scored two goals to lead Minnesota past Boston.

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