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  • Sunday, March 5, 2000

    CANUCKS 4, Devils 2

    May, Mogilny lead Canucks past Devils

  • Summary


     VANCOUVER (CP) -- Brad May scored twice and Alex Mogilny had a goal and two assists as the Vancouver Canucks ran their undefeated streak to four games with a 4-2 victory Saturday night over the New Jersey Devils.

    Andrew Cassels also scored for Vancouver, 3-0-1 in its last four and 8-3-2 since the all-star break.
     
     Brendan Morrison and Patrik Elias, with his 27th of the season, replied for the Devils, who lost their second consecutive road game.
     
     Morrison and Elias also hit posts on the same third-period shift, and Sergei Brylin had a goal disallowed because he knocked the puck into the net with a high stick.
     
     May, a sometimes healthy scratch until the Canucks had a sudden rash of injuries, scored two of Vancouver's three first-period goals and now has eight on the season.
     
     His first goal came off a backhander after some feisty forechecking. The second came in the final minute of the period and produced milestones for both Mogilny and Cassels. Their assists were Mogilny's career 400th and Cassels' 500th career point.
     
     May was the trailer on the play and went to the net to snap Mogilny's rebound past goalie Martin Brodeur. It was his sixth career two-goal game, first since April 1998.
     
     Cassels made it 2-0 when he tipped in Mogilny's seeing-eye centring pass through traffic.
     
     Devils defenceman Vladimir Malakhov played his first game after being traded by the Montreal Canadiens. His appearance was delayed by immigration problems.
     
     Both teams scored a power-play goal in the second period. Morrison cashed in a rebound for New Jersey and Mogilny scored his second in as many games.
     
     Notes: Felix Potvin got the night off after surrendering only one goal in each of his last three starts, but is expected to play Monday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs. ... Vancouver and New Jersey have split their two meetings in each of the last six seasons. ... Wingers Peter Schaefer (knee) and Vadim Sharifijanov (hip), a former Devil, returned to the Vancouver lineup from the injured list.

    Summary

    -----------------------------	 
    New Jersey           0 1 1--2	 
    Vancouver            3 1 0--4	 
    -----------------------------	 
    
    FIRST PERIOD -- Scoring: 1, Vancouver, May 7 (Cooke, Druken), 4:24. 2,
    Vancouver, Cassels 12 (Mogilny, T Bertuzzi), 10:41. 3, Vancouver, May 8
    (Mogilny, Cassels), 19:08. Penalties: T Bertuzzi, Van (interference),
    1:08; K Daneyko, N.J. (holding), 5:17; Malakhov, N.J. (interference),
    8:39.
    
    SECOND PERIOD -- Scoring: 4, New Jersey, Morrison 5 (power play) (Elias,
    Arnott), 14:40. 5, Vancouver, Mogilny 17 (power play) (T Bertuzzi,
    Messier), 18:56. Penalties: Oliwa, N.J. (fighting major), 3:18; Baron, Van
    (fighting major), 3:18; Stevens, N.J. (hooking), 4:11; Vancouver bench,
    served by V Sharifijanov (abuse of officials), 5:04; Jovanovski, Van
    (Obstr holding), 7:44; Holik, N.J. (interference), 8:21; Mogilny, Van
    (hooking), 13:22; Cooke, Van (tripping), 15:00; New Jersey bench, served
    by Gomez (too many men on the ice), 17:13.
    
    THIRD PERIOD -- Scoring: 6, New Jersey, Elias 27 (Niedermayer, Arnott),
    11:07. Penalties: Niedermayer, N.J. (roughing, misconduct), 11:07; M
    Naslund, Van (roughing), 11:07; Stevens, N.J. (Obstr hooking), 13:01; K
    Daneyko, N.J. (cross checking), 13:35.
    
    Shots on goal:
    ---------------------------------	 
    New Jersey           9 11 10--30
    Vancouver           13  9  8--30
    ---------------------------------	 
    
    Power-play Conversions: Njd - 1 of 5, Van - 1 of 7.  Goalies: New
    Jersey, M Brodeur (30 shots, 26 saves; record: 36-14-7). Vancouver, Snow
    (30, 28; record: 9-14-2).  A:15,373.  Referees: P Devorski, Larue.
    Linesmen: Henderson, Knox.
    
                       INDIVIDUAL PLAYER STATISTICS
    
    New Jersey                            Vancouver
                   G   A   +/-  Shots                    G   A   +/-  Shots
    Arnott         0   2   even   1       Baron          0   0   +1     1
    Bombardir      0   0   even   0       Cassels        1   1   +2     3
    Brylin         0   0   -1     0       Cooke          0   1   +1     2
    Elias          1   1   even   2       Druken         0   1   +1     1
    Gomez          0   0   -2     5       Hawgood        0   0   +1     0
    Holik          0   0   even   0       Hendrickson    0   0   even   0
    K Daneyko      0   0   even   1       Jovanovski     0   0   even   2
    Lemieux        0   0   -2     2       Klatt          0   0   even   3
    Madden         0   0   -1     0       M Naslund      0   0   -1     3
    Malakhov       0   0   even   1       May            2   0   +2     3
    Morrison       1   0   +1     3       Messier        0   1   -1     1
    Niedermayer    0   1   even   5       Mogilny        1   2   +2     5
    Odelein        0   0   -2     1       Ohlund         0   0   +2     2
    Oliwa          0   0   even   1       P Schaefer     0   0   even   1
    Pandolfo       0   0   even   2       Sopel          0   0   even   1
    Pederson       0   0   even   3       Strudwick      0   0   even   0
    Rafalski       0   0   -2     1       T Bertuzzi     0   2   +1     2
    Stevens        0   0   -1     2       V Sharifijanov 0   0   -1     0
    Nemchinov      Healthy                Aucoin         Finger Injury
    Sykora         Flu                    Brashear       Concussion
    Mckay          Ankle Injury           Chubarov       Hip Injury
                                          York           Healthy
                                          Joseph         Hip Injury
                                          Ruutu          Healthy
    
    
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