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Lionsgott Offline

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17.05.2003 00:25
Playoffs Thread geschlossen

von: NHL.com
WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS:
ANA leads 3-0
Game 4: Fri., 10:30 p.m. ET
ESPN, TSN, RDS

The Wild need to get some offense going to avoid elimination in tonight's Game 4. ...more
Feature: Bombardir jumps into fray
Feature: Giguere not a surprise
Notebook: Giguere seeks history
Stats: Machine | MIN | ANA

Western Conference
Finals Schedule
Game 1: ANA 1, MIN 0 (2OT) | 3 Stars
Game 2: ANA 2, MIN 0 | 3 Stars
Game 3: ANA 4, MIN 0 | 3 Stars
Game 4 @ ANA: Fri 5/16 10:30 p.m.
TV: ESPN, TSN, RDS
*Game 5 @ MIN: Sun 5/18 7 p.m.
TV: ESPN2, CBC, RDS
*Game 6 @ ANA: Tue 5/20 10:30 p.m.
TV: ESPN, TSN, RDS
*Game 7 @ MIN: Thu 5/22 7:30 p.m.
TV: ESPN, TSN, RDS
* if necessary All Times Eastern

EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS:
NJ leads 2-1
Game 4: Sat., 3 p.m. ET
ABC, CBC, RDS

The Devils stayed unbeaten at home in the Playoffs by beating the Sens, 1-0, Thursday. ...more

Feature: Pandolfo 'runs the room'
Feature: Havlat has learned
Notebook: Don't tease the lions
Stats: Machine | OTT | NJ

Eastern Conference
Finals Schedule
Game 1: OTT 3, NJ 2 (OT) | 3 Stars
Game 2: NJ 4, OTT 1 | 3 Stars
Game 3: NJ 1, OTT 0 | 3 Stars
Game 4 @ NJ: Sat 5/17 3 p.m.
TV: ABC, CBC, RDS
Game 5 @ OTT: Mon 5/19 7 p.m.
TV: ESPN, CBC, RDS
*Game 6 @ NJ: Wed 5/21 7 p.m.
TV: ESPN, CBC, RDS
*Game 7 @ OTT: Fri 5/23 7 p.m.
TV: ESPN, CBC, RDS
* if necessary All Times Eastern


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Stoner Offline

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17.05.2003 12:22
#2 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

Also diese Enten sind mir echt ein Rätsel und gehen mir auf den S...

Oh mann, und jetzt kommen noch die Devils ins Finale und ich muss brechen
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holypalooza Offline

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17.05.2003 14:10
#3 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

@ Stoner:

*tätschel*


Méschda Hoschbess holy ...und nichts ist wie es scheint!!

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prankster Offline

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17.05.2003 16:07
#4 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen


@stoner,

jammer nicht - meine lieblingsmannschaften sind auch nicht mehr dabei

prankster Offline

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17.05.2003 16:08
#5 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen


@holy,

bei dir sieht man wieder nur ein rotes kreuzchen auf weißem grund unter deinem nick

holypalooza Offline

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17.05.2003 19:34
#6 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

In Antwort auf:
bei dir sieht man wieder nur ein rotes kreuzchen auf weißem grund unter deinem nick
...also ich sehe es perfekt!!

Méschda Hoschbess holy ...und nichts ist wie es scheint!!

Brawls. Blood. Mayhem. Philly style. You want it - we got it!

newcoming tough enforcers: --> Leafs-Fans können hier klicken!!
Garrett Burnett HFD GP 62, G 6, A 1, P 7, Pim´s 346
Peter Vandermeer PHI GP 77, G 5, A 8, P 13, Pim´s 335
Sean McMorrow ROC GP 64, G 0, A 1, P 1, Pim´s 315
Darcy Verot SJN GP73, G 5, A 11, P 16, Pim´s 299

prankster Offline

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Beiträge: 7

17.05.2003 21:01
#7 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

@holy,

gib mir deine brille

ich seh nix

Stoner Offline

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17.05.2003 21:12
#8 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

@prankster

In Antwort auf:
jammer nicht - meine lieblingsmannschaften sind auch nicht mehr dabei

Darum geht es ja nicht unbedingt. Nur kann ich mit keinem Team von denen, die noch drin sind, irgendetwas anfangen. Ottawa ein bisschen, aber Anaheim ist genauso eine Luftnummer, wie Florida, Carolina, Buffalo, Washington, Carolina, die alle in den letzten Jahren in den Finals standen, und man dann nie merh was von denen gehört hat
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holypalooza Offline

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18.05.2003 00:03
#9 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

In Antwort auf:
gib mir deine brille
...vielleicht liegts an Deinen Cookies!!

Méschda Hoschbess holy ...und nichts ist wie es scheint!!

Brawls. Blood. Mayhem. Philly style. You want it - we got it!

newcoming tough enforcers: --> Leafs-Fans können hier klicken!!
Garrett Burnett HFD GP 62, G 6, A 1, P 7, Pim´s 346
Peter Vandermeer PHI GP 77, G 5, A 8, P 13, Pim´s 335
Sean McMorrow ROC GP 64, G 0, A 1, P 1, Pim´s 315
Darcy Verot SJN GP73, G 5, A 11, P 16, Pim´s 299

MatsSundin#13 Offline

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18.05.2003 08:51
#10 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

@Heike:
Also ich brauch keine Brille!
Die hässliche Tuckenfratze ist hervorragend zu sehen!!!!

Mats



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MatsSundin#13 Offline

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18.05.2003 11:15
#11 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

Ottawa - New Jersey 2-5 (1-1/1-1/0-3)
(Playoffstand 1-3)

Einen völligen Einbruch erlebten die Ottawa Senators im Schlussdrittel ihres zweiten Auswärtsauftrittes in der Continental Airlines Arena der New Jersey Devils. Innerhalb der ersten zehn Spielminuten im dritten Durchgang mussten die Kanadier gleich drei Gegentreffer von Jeff Friesen(41.pp), Patrik Elias(45.) und John Madden(48.sh) hinnehmen. Bei zumindest zwei Gegentoren machte dabei Gästeschlussmann Patrick Lalime, der jeweils den Puck im kurzen Eck passieren ließ, eine mehr als unglückliche Figur.
In den ersten zwei Spielabschnitten waren die Kanadier ein durchaus ebenbürtiger Gegner und hatten sogar die besseren Einschussmöglichkeiten. Die Hausherren agierten jedoch gewohnt diszipliniert und eiskalt im Abschluss. Grant Marshall(8.pp) nutzte das zweite Überzahlspiel zur zu diesem Zeitpunkt schmeichelhaften 1-0 Führung. Noch vor der Pause sollte Karel Rachunek(20.) der Gleichstand gelingen.
Die Senators starteten auch stark in den Mittelabschnitt und gingen durch Vaclav Varada(28.) nicht unverdient in Front. Anschließend bewiesen die Devils, dass sie auch mit einem Rü,ckstand gut zurecht kommen, stellten ihr Spielsystem um und taten mehr für die Offensive. Jay Pandolfo(37.) bezwang Lalime mit einem durchaus haltbaren Gewaltschuss aus Höhe des Bullykreises zum 2-2.
Kurz vor Drittelende verhängten die Referees eine zweifelhafte aber folgenschwere Strafe gegen Alfredsson, die den Anfang vom Ende für die Senators bedeutete.
Bereits am Montag können nun die Devils, ein weiterer Erfolg im Corel Centre von Ottawa vorausgesetzt, den vorzeitigen Einzug in das Stanley Cup Finale perfekt machen.

von: http://www.eishockey.com


Devils rally for 3-1 series lead

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- For 40 minutes, the Ottawa Senators were playing the perfect road game at the Continental Airlines Arena. They had taken the lead on the New Jersey Devils in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals and appeared poised to tie the series at 2-2.
Then, seemingly out of nowhere, the Devils awoke. Perhaps prodded by one of Martin Brodeur's sensational saves, or chided by the words of coach Pat Burns, the Devils scored one goal late in the second period and then potted three more in the third to skate away with a 5-2 victory in Game 4 and a 3-1 lead in the series against the reeling Senators. Ottawa now must win out to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals. In contrast, New Jersey needs to win one of the next three games to advance to the Finals.


New Jersey can advance to the Stanley Cup Finals
for the third time in four years with a win in Ottawa

The Senators were dominating so effectively that it appeared they would skate off after two periods with the lead. But Jay Pandolfo scored his fourth goal of the playoffs off a John Madden feed at 16:43 to knot the score at 2-2 and finally give New Jersey some much needed momentum. That momentum resulted in some excellent scoring chances the rest of the way as the Devils tested Patrick Lalime several times over the remainder of the period.
Still, the Senators were playing a sound road game and had controlled big chunks of the contest. But that changed dramatically in the third period as the Devils awoke with a vengeance and poured it on before a sellout crowd that loved every minute of it.
"Their first goal (by defenseman Karel Rachunek at 19:45 of the first period) really got to us," Burns said. "At that point in time in the period it really took the air out of us and we had to readjust. I would say that lingered for three-quarters of the second period. Then, we got the tying goal that Jay got and then we went into the dressing room and we talked about things we have to do. We came back to the basics and it certainly paid off."
Just 41 seconds into the third period New Jersey regained the lead for good, 3-2, as Jeff Friesen scored a power-play goal, making the Senators pay for a Daniel Alfredsson roughing penalty late in the second period.
At 4:17 of the third, Patrik Elias, snake-bit for the majority of the postseason, scored his second goal of the Playoffs when his slap shot hit Lalime in the left shoulder and bounded into the net, giving the Devils a 4-2 lead and taking a lot of the wind out of Ottawa's sails.
And when John Madden scored a shorthanded goal at 7:35 off a nice pass from Pandolfo, the Devils had a three-goal edge and reduced the Senators to wondering about what they needed to do Monday night in Game 5 to stay alive.
"Yeah, I think you take the positives from today, like how we played for 40 minutes," Senators coach Jacques Martin said. "I think we played pretty well , the score was tied, but with a bit of luck we could have been ahead. So you have to build on that and you give everything you have on Monday."
Which is exactly what the Devils are expecting from Ottawa.
We just take it one game at a time," Devils captain Scott Stevens said. "We're playing a pretty good hockey team, the best we have seen so far in the Playoffs. To close out Tampa (in the second round) we had to go to overtime in our own building. It's going to be very difficult in that building with their fans behind them. They are going to start like they did today. We're just thinking about winning the next hockey game and going from there."
New Jersey opened the scoring at the 7:25 mark of the first period, scoring on their first shot of the game, a Grant Marshall shot from the right circle eluding Lalime's glove with the Devils on the power play. Elias picked up the lone assist on the goal, shuffling the puck to Marshall from the slot. New Jersey came into Game 4 with a 7-0 record when scoring the first goal of the game


John Madden scored a shorthanded goal
at 7:35 off a nice pass from Jay Pandolfo

A rare mistake by Scott Stevens led to Ottawa tying the game in the waning moments of the period on a screened shot by Rachunek at 19:45 of the first.
Stevens lost the puck to Alfredsson behind the New Jersey net and the Ottawa captain sent the puck out to Rachunek at the right point. His shot beat a screened Brodeur through the legs as Stevens blocked the goalie's view as he scrambled to cover the play to the point.
The Senators held the territorial edge in the first, out-shooting New Jersey by an 11-3 count in an opening period that was ragged and uneven as both teams tried to gain some measure of control.
Penalties abounded in the first period with New Jersey taking three trips to the penalty box and Ottawa two.
Aside from the screened shot by Rachunek, Brodeur was strong in net once again for the Devils, making good saves on shots by Bryan Smolinski, Martin Havlat, Rachunek and Alfredsson.


Martin Brodeur smothered a drive by Marian Hossa
and then made a remarkable save on Magnus Arvedson
with 17:17 remaining in the second period.

Lalime, not tested as severely, made a good stop on Elias from in close with 7:32 remaining in the opening period.
The momentum of the late goal carried the Senators for much of the second period as Ottawa dominated territorially for the first 15 minutes, talking a 2-1 lead on a Vaclav Varada goal at 7:08 and penning New Jersey up in its zone for minutes at a time.
New Jersey summoned up some energy late, however, tying the score, 2-2, at 16:43 on a slap shot from Jay Pandolfo from the left circle that turned the momentum -- and the game -- around.
Ottawa opened the second with a flurry that Brodeur denied. He stopped a slapper off the stick of Mike Fisher, smothered another drive by Marian Hossa and then made a remarkable save on Magnus Arvedson with 17:17 remaining in the period when Brodeur appeared to have no shot at stopping Arvedson who was open to Brodeur's right. Arvedson had Brodeur down and apparently out, but the New Jersey goaltender twisted and turned and blocked the shot with his elbow, making a sensational save.
"I don't know exactly how that play happened," Brodeur said. "The puck got to Arvedson and I was trying to buy time until I got some help. He was moving away, moving away and I was stretching. When I made the save, we had time to recover and get the rebound out of the way."
Brodeur couldn't do much to stop Varada who eluded covered on the left side and had plenty of time to set up his shot as he moved closer and closer to the New Jersey goal, eventually beating Brodeur with his shot from the lower rim of the left circle.
"Our backs are against the wall now, " Ottawa defenseman Chris Phillips said. " It's three Game 7s for us now. They're so strong defensively. We have to create opportunities when they're there."
"I've gotta be better," Lalime said. "I've got to find those pucks. I've got to play better."
That's the case for all of the Senators now. There is no choice anymore.

von: http://www.nhl.com

Mats



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Lionsgott Offline

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18.05.2003 11:18
#12 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

Mist!!!
Ich hab kein Bock auf die Devils im Finale ich will lieber die Senators sehn!
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Stoner Offline

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18.05.2003 11:38
#13 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

Sollten die Devils wirklich reinkommen, werden die Finals ohne mich laufen
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prankster Offline

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18.05.2003 11:52
#14 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

@holy,

meine cookies sind prima. wahlweise mit kokos oder schokosplitter

@mats,

deine bilder sehe ich hervorragend.


wahrscheinlich ist es aber gar nicht so schlecht, dass ich die tuckenfratze nicht sehe - ein rotes kreuzchen auf weißem grund soll eine echte alternative sein (hab ich mir sagen lassen)

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@alle wissenden,

haben die in der nhl eigentlich eine ausländerbeschränkung (ich frag nur mal, weil bei der wm in den meisten europäischen-teams überwiegend nhl-spieler standen. schafft die "eishockey-nation" amerika es nicht mehr alleine ?)

MatsSundin#13 Offline

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18.05.2003 12:00
#15 RE:Playoffs Thread geschlossen

Nein!
In der NHL können soviele Ausländer eingesetzt werden, wie gewollt!

Mats



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