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  • Tuesday, March 14, 2000

    KINGS 3, Canucks 2, OT

    Stumpel scores in OT to give Kings win over Canucks

  • Summary

     LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jozef Stumpel scored a disputed goal with 1:07 left in overtime and set up Los Angeles' other two goals Monday night as the Kings beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-2 for their third straight victory.

     Rob Blake and Ziggy Palffy also scored, helping the Kings leap over Phoenix into fifth place in the Western Conference and extend their unbeaten streak against Vancouver to 5-0-1.

     Alexander Mogilny scored for the sixth time in seven games to tie the score with 8:06 left in the third period, and Trent Klatt connected on a first-period power play for the Canucks.

     Vancouver goalie Felix Potvin stopped all 16 shots in the third period and finished with 35 saves following a 40-save effort the last time he faced the Kings in a 1-1 tie.

     But Stumpel, who has scored the winner in four of the Kings' last five victories, got credit for his 15th goal despite video replays showing him directing the puck into the net with his left skate after Sean O'Donnell's shot from the left point deflected off a Canucks player's stick.

     Palffy had put the Kings ahead 2-1 with his 27th goal. He got the puck from Stumpel at the top of the right circle, faked a slap shot to get around defenseman Murray Baron and used Ed Jovanovski as a screen to beat Potvin to the glove side from 20 feet.

     But Mogilny, whose five-game goal-scoring streak was stopped in a 5-0 loss at Phoenix on Saturday night, got the equalizer. Mark Messier stickhanded away from O'Donnell inside the Kings' zone and spotted Mogilny in the left circle. His 25-foot wrist shot beat Jamie Storr for his 21st goal.

     Moments after Storr dived across the crease to rob Greg Hawgood for one of his 23 saves, Klatt opened the scoring at 14:43 of the first period while Craig Johnson was serving a hooking penalty. The right wing parked himself in front of the net and backhanded his seventh goal under Storr's glove.

     Blake tied it just 36 seconds before the first intermission, ending the Kings' 0-for-19 power-play drought the first time they had a man advantage. It was only the fourth power-play goal for Los Angeles in nine games.

     Moments after Baron was sent off for cross-checking, Stumpel won a faceoff from Messier deep in the zone and Blake beat Felix Potvin to the glove side with a one-timer from the right point. Blake's 17th goal tied Detroit's Nicklas Lidstrom for the league lead among defensemen.

     The Kings also beat the trade deadline.

     About 1 1-2 hours before the opening faceoff, Kings general manager Dave Taylor dealt disappointing right wing Donald Audette and rookie defenseman Frantisek Kaberle to the Atlanta Thrashers for right wings Kelly Buchberger and Nelson Emerson. Audette had 12 goals in 49 games this season.

    Summary

    -------------------------------	 
    Vancouver           1 0 1 0--2	 
    Los Angeles         1 1 0 1--3	 
    -------------------------------	 
    
    FIRST PERIOD -- Scoring: 1, Vancouver, Klatt 7 (power play) (Ohlund, M
    Naslund), 14:43. 2, Los Angeles, R Blake 17 (power play) (Stumpel), 19:24.
    Penalties: May, Van (fighting major), 9:20; Mckenna, L.A. (fighting
    major), 9:20; Johnson, L.A. (hooking), 13:53; Baron, Van (cross checking),
    18:33.
    
    SECOND PERIOD -- Scoring: 3, Los Angeles, Palffy 27 (Stumpel, R Blake),
    18:14. Penalties: T Bertuzzi, Van (charging), 1:36; R Blake, L.A.
    (tripping), 3:55; Tuomainen, L.A. (tripping), 7:50; Los Angeles bench,
    served by Mckenna (too many men on the ice), 15:22.
    
    THIRD PERIOD -- Scoring: 4, Vancouver, Mogilny 21 (Messier), 11:54.
    Penalties: Johnson, L.A. (interference), 2:23; Ohlund, Van (hooking),
    13:34.
    
    OVERTIME -- Scoring: 5, Los Angeles, Stumpel 15 (Odonnell, Galley),
    3:53. 
    
    Shots on goal:
    ------------------------------------	 
    Vancouver             7  8  7  3--25
    Los Angeles          13  7 16  2--38
    ------------------------------------	 
    
    Power-play Conversions: Van - 1 of 5, Los - 1 of 3.  Goalies: Vancouver,
    Potvin (38 shots, 35 saves; record: 11-23-9). Los Angeles, Storr (25, 23;
    record: 17-11-3).  A:17,309.  Referees: Jackson, Leggo. Linesmen: Bonney,
    M Pare.
    
                       INDIVIDUAL PLAYER STATISTICS
    
    Vancouver                             Los Angeles
                   G   A   +/-  Shots                    G   A   +/-  Shots
    Baron          0   0   even   0       Berg           0   0   even   1
    Cassels        0   0   -1     2       Bylsma         0   0   even   0
    Chubarov       0   0   even   2       Corkum         0   0   even   0
    Cooke          0   0   even   1       G Murray       0   0   -1     2
    Druken         0   0   even   1       Galley         0   1   +1     4
    Hawgood        0   0   -1     2       J Blake        0   0   -1     3
    Hendrickson    0   0   even   1       Johnson        0   0   even   2
    Jovanovski     0   0   -1     1       Karalahti      0   0   -1     0
    Klatt          1   0   -1     1       Laperriere     0   0   -1     1
    M Naslund      0   1   even   2       Mckenna        0   0   even   0
    May            0   0   even   0       Norstrom       0   0   +1     1
    Messier        0   1   even   4       Odonnell       0   1   even   0
    Mogilny        1   0   even   4       Palffy         1   0   +2     6
    Ohlund         0   1   even   1       R Blake        1   1   +1     5
    P Schaefer     0   0   even   1       Robitaille     0   0   +1     9
    Sopel          0   0   even   0       Smolinski      0   0   even   1
    Strudwick      0   0   even   0       Stumpel        1   2   +2     3
    T Bertuzzi     0   0   even   2       Tuomainen      0   0   even   0
    York           Healthy                Modry          Healthy
    Joseph         Healthy
    V Sharifijanov Healthy
    
    
    
    




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