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   Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 20, 1997, Tokyo, Japan                              PACIFIC »S AND STRIPES TUESDAY, MAY20,1997 27Continued from Page 28Wendell W, 2-2 2-3' 0 0 0 0 0Patterson 1000 00T. Adams S, 3 1 000 11HBP—by Mulholland (Javier). Umpires—Home., Ball; First, Crawford; Second, Hallion; Third, Monta-gue. T—2:38. A—37,958 (38.756).Marlins 5, Pirates 3,10 inn.At Pittsburgh JFLORIDA PITTSBURGHabrhbi abrhbiAbbott2b 6131 Wmack2b 51 TORnteriass 411 1 ABrwncf 501 1On.wdylf '3000 EBrwnlf 4010. Cnglosi If 1011 KYng 1b 4020Aloucf 5021 Randa3b 40 1 0Esnrich rf -' . • -3. 0 1 0 Kendall c 3110.Wehnerrf 2000 JGIIenrf 4000Bonilla 3b 5 1 1 6 Polcovich ss 3 000Conine.lb 3 1 00 MCmgsph 11 12CJhnsnc , 3120 Loisellep 0.0 00Zaunc 1 0 11 Schmdtp 20 00Sndersp 3 00 0 Svcumpli 1 000Helling p 0000 Rincpnp 0000AAriasph 1000 MaJhsn 1b 1 0 0 0Nenp 0 000McMllnph 1000Stnfrp 000 0Totals 415125 Totals 37383Florida 002 000 COt 2-5Pittsburgh 1000000020—3E—Bonilla (6), Saunders (2). DP—Florida 2, Pitts-burgh 1. LOB—Florida 12, Pittsburgh 7. 2B—Ab-bott 2 (5), Renteria (6), Alou (10), "'Bonilla (15),C.Johnson (8), K.Young.(4). HR—M. Cummings(1). SB—E. Brown (3).Florida IP H RER BB SOSaunders „ 561106Helling 3 1 0 0 0 4NenW,3-1 1 1 2 2 1 2StaniferS,1 , 1 0 0-00 0 0PittsburghSchmidt 762 2 34Riricon 2 31 11 2LolselleLM 1 3 . $ 2 1 1HBP-Mjy Helling (K. Young), by Schmidt(C. Johnson), by Saunders (E. Brown). UmpireWHome, Hirschbeck, M; First, Williams, C.; Second,Barnes; Third, Rippley. T^-3:05. A—28,702(47,972). .Expos 7, Dodgers 4At MontrealLOS ANGELES MONTREALabrhbi abrhbiHtndswcf 310 0 Grdzfnss 51 2 0WGrero 2b 4010 Lnsing 2b 53 53Piazza c 4020 RWhltecf 4 01 0Mndesirf 4000 Segui 1b 3000ZeileSb 4111 HRdrgzH 4 0 11Karroslb . 3 1 1 1 Sntngtorf 1000Anthnylf 4 1,20 VGrerorf 5 12 1Gagness 4000 Fttcherc 5 12 2Astactop 2010 StrangeSb 2 00 0Cndiottlp 0000 PJMtnzp 2110Liriano ph 1 0 0 1 Stnkwcph 1 0 0 0 "-Guthriep 0 Q.0.0':.'• telfordp.- , 0000Hallp 0000 Urbinap 0000Total* 33483 Totals 377147LosAngsteu 100100200-4Montreal 201 003 Otx—7E—Karros (1). DP—Montreal 2. LOB—Los Ange-les 4, Montreal 12. 2B—Grudzielanek (15), Lansing2 (13), V.Guerrero (3). SB-Anthony 2 (2). HR—Zeile (5), Karros (4), Lansing (5), Fletcher(6). SB—Kanps (4J, Lansing (4), H.Rodriguez (2). S—R.J. Martinez.LosAngslea IP H RER BB SOAstacloL,3-2 51-3 96 6 3 4Candtotti 2-31 0 00 0Guthrie v 1 -2 0 0 1 1Hall 1 ••$•' 1 1 1 1MontrealP.J. Martinez W, 7-0 7 64 3 1 7Terford 1-3 1 0001UrbinaS.5 12-3 1 0 0 0 3HBP-by P.J.Martinez (Karros). PB—Fletcher.Umpires—Home, Rapuano; First, Gorman; Second,Tata; Third, Rteker.T—2:51. A—31,949 (46,500).Phillies 5, Astros 3At PhiladelphiaHOUSTON PHILADELPHIAs abrhbi abrhbiBigglo2b 2110 Jfferieslf 31 20Abreurf 4 00 Q" Hudter2b 3000Bgwell 1b 3022 RolenSB 3112LGnzlzlf 4 000 Daultonrf 3221 'Berry3b 41 10 DeMayrf 1000JMoutncf 4 0 1 0 Amarocf 4 1 1 0Gterrezss 4031 KJordnlb, 3 p OYAsrnusc 4 110 Bttallcop 0.0 0 0Hmptnp 1000 Parent c 2011KRmosph 10 00 Stacker ss 300 0RGrciaR 0000 Stohnsnp 2000Sptersph 1000 Oteroph 1010Umap 0000 Sprdlinp 0000THwrdph 1000 Plntnbrp 00 00Brognalb 0 0 00Totals 33303 Totals 28585Houston "' 000001011-3Philadelphia 023 000 OOk-5E—Hudter (1). LOB-flouston 6, Philadelphia 4.2B—Bagwell 2 (12), Berry (5), Gutierrez (3), Amaro(3). HR—Roten (4), Daurton (5). CS-Biggio £),J. Mouton (4), Jefferies (3), Stacker (1). S—Hudter.SF—Bagwell, K. Jordan.Houston IP H RER BB SOHamptonL,2-4 57*55 23R. Garcia 2 1 0 0 1 0Lima • 1 0 -0 O1 0 • 0™PhiladelphiaStephensonW,1-Q 7 61004"Spradyn ° 2-311111Plantenberg 1-30 0 00 0Bottalico S, 10 1 21101HBP—by Stephenson (Biggio). WP-rSoradlin.Umpires—Home, Marsh; First, Holbrook; Second,Wendetetedt; Third, Poncino. T—2:29. A—17,367(62,586).Saturday^ Box ScoresGiants 4, Cubs 1At ChicagoSAN FRANCISCO CHICAGOabrhbi abrhbiDHmtncf 4000 McRaecf 41 1 0Vzcalnoss 4000 GlnvHtelf 3011GHillrf 4000 MaGrclb 4010Javier rf 0000 Sosarf 4000Bonds if 4110 Dnstonsa 4030Kent2b 4 1 1 2 Servaisc 3 0 1 0Snowib 4010 JHmdzSb 3000MLewisSb, 2100 Snchez2b 3000Beckp 0000 Tlmacop 2000Brryhllc 1010 DCIarkph 1 000RWIknsc 3 112 Rojasp 0000Grdnerp 3000 Pttrsonp 0 00 0Mueller3b 0 000Totals 334 S 4 Totals 31171San Francisco 000000022—4Chicago 100 000 000—1E—J. Hernandez (3). LOB—San Francisco 4, Chi-cago 5. 2B—Snow (9), Berryhlll (2), Dunston (7)..3B—McRae (4), Glanville (2). HR—Kent (9), R.'Wil-kins (3). CS^r-Ma. Grace (1). S—Servais. SF—Glan-: vllte. : »•San Francisco IP H RER BB SOGardnerW, 5-1 8 7110 7BeckS, 14 ,1 0 0 0 0 1ChicagoTelemaco L, 0-3 83.2 21 8Rojas ." 2-32 2,2 i 1 °Patterson 1-30 0 ,00 0Umpires—Home, Montague; First, Bell; Secorvd,,Crawford; Third, Hallion. ,T—2:25, A—34,309(38,756). „ "Dodgers 8, Expos 3 ,AtWntrealLOS ANGELES MONTREALabrhbi abrhbiHlndsw cf 4221 Grdzln ss 4 000WGrero2b 5132 Lnsing 2b 4 0 1 00Piazza c 4111 0MValds p 0000Mndesirf 5221 FtWhitecf 3000ZelteSb 4002 Segui 1b 4010Karroslb 4000 VGrerorf 4000Ashley If 4010 Fttcherc 2210Kirbylf 0000 Orsulaklf 4110Castro ss, 4 1 ,1 0 Strange 3b 4022Nomop 4110 CPerezp 1000Rdnskyp 0000 Obandoph 1000Torres p 0000Sntnglo 2b 1000Totals 388117 Totals 32362Los Angeles ^f 004 120 001—8Montreal 000 000 201—3E—Grudzielanek (10), V. Guerrero (4), Strange (2).DP—Los Angelas 1. LOB—Los Angeles 6r Montreal6. 2B—Mondesi (9), Castro (2), Nomo (2), Fletcher(4), Strange (6). 3B—W. Guerrero (6). SF—Piazza,Zeite. „LosAngsIes IP H RER BB SONomo W, 5-2" 81-3 6 3   2 10001M.Valdes. 2 21113Umpires—Home, Rieken First, Rapuano; Sec-ond, Gorman; Third, Tata. T—2:33. A—28,871(46,500).Braves 11, Cardinals 6At AtlantaST. LOUIS ATLANTAabrhbi abrhbiDeShld2b 4120 Loftoncf 5252Fkln.rf . v3 2 1 1 AJonesct 0000,,Gantff 3211 Tuckerrf 4111Lnkfrdcf 4114 ChJnesSb 3111Mabrylb 4000 Byrdp 0000Gaetti3b 2000 Clontzp 0000GulanSb 2000 'McGrff 1b 4122Qifelicec 2010 Kleskotf "' 4 1 3 ,0Raggtop 0000 JLopezc '501^MkSwyph 1 010 Lemke2b 5 1 10Painterp 0 Q 0 0 Blauserss 4232?McGeeph 1000 Blllardss 0100Clayton ss 4000 Smoltz p 3 1,2 0Morris p 1000 Mrdcal 3b 1000Lrnpklnc 3000'Totals 3*676 Totals 38111910St Louis • 000 002 040— 6Atlanta 020 304 20*~11E—Clayton (2). Lemke (3). DP—St. Louis 2,LOB-St. Louis 3, Atlanta 8. 2B-J. Lopez (10),Blauser (11)i;s3B—Lotton (2). HR—Franklin (2), Gant *(6), Lankfbrd (7). Biauser(6). SB-OeShiakls (9). S—-.Tucker. SF—McGrtff. .St.Louis IP H RER BB SOMorris L, 1-2 4 9 5 4 3 -1  Philadelphia 5. 2B--Gutlerrez (2), ALieberthal (5), Stocker (10). HR—Bagwell (12), Ro-len (3). CS-Sptens (1), DeMay (1). S-Schilling.SF—Morandini, Roto); uHouston IP , H RER BB SO \ReynoJdsL,4-4 ~ 61-3 7' 4 4 3 6R. Springer,.. ; 2-300000Uma 1 1 0" 0 0 0Philadelphia • • ' >Schilling W, 6-3 8 3 2"? 3 11"BottalicoS,9 1*1 0 00 1.WR-Reynokte, R.Sprin0er. Umpires^-Home,Pondnb; fM, Marsh; Second, Holbrook; Third,Wendetetedt. t—2:37. A-^17,138 (62,586).Marlins 11, Pirates 1At Pittsburgh , .FLORIDA PfTTSBURGH. abrhbi abrhbi /CngtosJrf 5220 Wmack2b 3010Rnteriass 6122 Pokxwichss 1 0 0 0511152 2 1403111104 1 2 15 1 1 031112 1 1 04511199JGIIenrf. 4 1 1 ffRandaSb 2000KYngph 1000Cooke p 1 000Sdwskyp 0 0 0. 0EBrwnph 100 0Morel p 0000MCmgsph 10 1 1Wnhuse p : 0 0 0 0Osikph 10 1 0totals 34181103 201 112—11,000 000 100— 1AloucfConine 1bBonilla 3bAArias3bCJhnsn cMlllard2bRapppWehner rfTotalsFloridaPittsburghE—Rapp (2), Polcovich (1), Sveum (2). DP—Fiori-" da 2, Pittsburgh 2. LOB~Florida 9, Pittsburgh 10.2B—Cangelosi (1), McMillon (1), Alou (9),, Conine(3), Bonilla 2 (14), C. Johnson (7), Sveum (6), Ken-dall (9), J.Guillen (5). HR—Rapp (1). SB—Alou (5),A. Brown (1). CS—Renteria (4).FloridaRapp W, 3-2HuttonF. HerediaPowellPittsburghCooke L, 3-5. SodowskyMorelWainhouseHBP—by Powell (Polcovich), by Wainhouse {Can-gelosi). WP—Sodowsky, Balk—Wainhouse. Um-pires—Home, Rippley; First, Hirschbeck', M.; Sec-ond, Williams. C.; Third, Barnes. T—2:52. A—32,066 (47i972). 'Central League ,W L T Pet GBYakult 22 14 0 .611 —Chunichi * 18 18 0 .500 4Hiroshima 16 16 0 .500 4Yokohama 6 16-0 .500 4Hanshiri 16 18 0 .471 5Yomluri = 14 20 0» .412 7Sunday's GamesHanshinl, Yakult 0Yokohama 8, Hiroshima 2Chunich! 9, Yomiuri 1Sunday's Line ScoresTigers 1, Swallows 0At MEshlnomiyaYakult , , 000 000 000-0 8 1Hanshln 100 000 OOx—1-j S 0Yakult, Takatsu, Okabayashi (7), Kato (8) andFuruta; Hanshin, Kawajiri and Sekikawa! W—Kawa-jiri, 2-4; L—Takatsu, 0-3. HR—Harehin, Shlnjo (4).BayStars 8, Carp 2 0At YokohamaHiroshima 000 000 101—2 6 0Yokohama 312 OtO lOx—8 12 0Hiroshima, Yamauchl, Maema (3), Yokoyama (5),• Perdomo (7) and Seto; Yokohama, Miura and Tani-shige. W—Miura, 1-1; L—Yamauchi, 3-3. HRs—Hiroshima, Eto (9); Yokohama, Takuro (shli (3).Dragons 9, Giants 1. At TokyoChunichi 200 200 005-9 10 0Yomiuri GOO 010 000—1 5 2Chunichi, Ochlal and Yano; Yomiuri, Kuwata,Misawa'(5), Irlkl (6). Kawaguchi (9). Okada (9) andMurata, Sugiyama (8). W—Ochiai, 3-4; L—Kuwata,2-2. HRs—Chunichi. Gomez (9), Yamasaki (2).Pacific LeagueW L , T , Pet GBSeibu 21 13 0 .618 —Daiei J19 16 0 .543 21/>Orix 15 15 0 .500 4Nippon Ham 16 18 0 .471 5Lotte 14 18 1 .438 6Kintetsu. / 14 19.'/I .424 61/2Sunday's GamesSelbu7,LotteODaiei 5. Orix 2Kintetsu 8, Nippon Ham 0Sunday's Line'ScoresLio«|s 7, Marines 0AtTokorozawaLotte 000 000 000-0 2 0Solbu 202 001 02x—7 9 0Lotte, Fyhrie, Takekiyo (5), Kondo (7), Goto (8)and Shimizu, Yoshitsuru (8); Seibu, Shiozaki andIto. Wada (9). W-Shk>zaki, 4-2; L—Fyhrie, 1-1.HRs-6eibu,Suzuki3(6).Buffaloes 8, Fighters 0A^ OsakaNippon Ham 000 000 000-0 5 0Kintetsu 021 010 40x—8 13 0Nippon Ham. Shibakusa, Sfilmoyanagi (5), Naga-tomi 0, Ken Takahashj (7), Kuroki (7), Y%mahara (8)and Ogasawara, Yamashtta (8); Ktatetsu;1 Koike andMatoyama. W—Koike, ,4-2; Liishibakusa,01-4.HR—Kintetsu, Nakamura (4). ;Hawks 5, Blue Wave 2AtFukuokaOrix 010000001—2 7 0Dfltei , • , ; 400 100 OOx-5 90Orix, tto, Mizuo (5), Watanabe (5), Nomura .(Gf,Koichi Takahashi (7) and Mtwa, Takada (6); Daiei,Takada, Kimura-{7), Mitsugu Saito p. Nunez (8),Okamoto (9) and Jojima, Tamura (9). W—Takeda,4-0; L--lto, 3-2; Sv—Okamoto, 4. HR—Oatei, Ha-rnana(3). \ .* BASKETBALLNBA',14. LA. Clippers '-••'.'15. x-Dallas (frojn Minnesota).16. xxx-Phoenix17. y-Ortando - ,18. yy-Portland19. Detroit '20,. yy-Portland (torn Charlotte)21: New Jersey (from L.A. takers)22. Atlanta23.Seattle -24. Houston ' •25.NewYork : • • '26. Miami ' •27iUtah, 28. Chicago , .' x-Philadelphia has the .right" to swap picks withToronto. Also, Toronto has the right to swap its pick(or Philadelphia's pick, if.P-iiladelphia swaps withToronto) with Dallas for Minnesota's first-roundPick. -... „ • ' : • _ •-. . .;'.• .'; .xx-Milwaukee has the option to convey this^to Phoenix. \ '•-•'-xx)i-Cleveland has the option to receive this pick.y-Pick may be conveyed tolUtah., yy-Portland-has the option 1o cionvey this pick toMinnesota.NOTE—Washington forfeited its 1997 first-roundpick in connection with'its signing of Juwan How-- ard. Washington would have had .the 17th pick, andthe picks referred to above (following the 16th)reflect that forfeiture.Abbott H 4021 ABrwncf ,5010Hutton p 0000 AMartn if 3000McMllnph 1011 MaJhsn 1b 3 0 0 0FHrdlap 0 000 Sveum ss 40 2 6PoweHp 0000 KendaBc 4010'•''.'•''• • - : ' . . \ '••" - :Draft OrderNEW YORK (APHOrdeflbf selection In the firstround of the 1997 National Basketball Associationdrgh\schaduted June 25 at Charlotte, N.C.:1. San Antonio -c2. ^Philadelphia ,3. Boston • r4. Vancouver '' 5. Defjvei'6. Boston (from Dallas) . ^7. New Jersey . .--•°8.GoktenState „B.x-Toronto10. w-MUwaukee '11. SacramentoI2.lndianallCleveland ° ,Conference Semifinals(B®st-of-Seven)EASTERN CONFERENCEChicago vs. AtlantaTuesday, May 6Chicago 100, Atlanta 97Thursday, May 8Atlanta 103, Chicago 95' Saturday, May 10Chicago 100, Atlanta 80Sunday, May 11Chicago 89, Atlanta 80Tuesday, May 13Chicago 107, Atlanta 92; Chicago wins series 4-1.Now York vs. MiamiWednesday, May 7New York 88. Miami 79Friday, May 9.Miami 88, New York 84 ^ .Sunday, May 11New York 77, Miami 73Monday, May 12New York 89, Miami 76Wednesday, May 14r Miami 96, New York 81Friday, May 16Miami 95, New York 90Sunday's GameMiami 101 ," New York 90; Miami wins series 4-3.WESTERN CONFERENCEUtah vs. I_A. Lakers ° ,Sunday, May 4Utah 93, LA. Lakers 77Tuesday, May 6Utah 103, LA Lakers 101, Thursday, May 8LA Lakers 104. Utah 84Saturday, May 10Utah110,LA.Laker»95Monday, &Jay 12Utah 98, LA. Lakers 93, OT; Utah wins series 4-1.Houston vs. SeattleMonday, May 5Houston 1 12, Seattie 102Wednesday, May 7'Seattle 106, Houston 101 »Friday, May 9Houston 97, Seattle 930 Sunday, May 11Houston 110. Seattle 106, OTTuesday, May 13Seattle 100, Houston 94Thursday, May 15Seattle 99, Houston 96Saturday^ May 17Houston 96, Seattle 91; Houston wins series 4-3.-/ Conference Finals„ (Best-of-Seven)EASTERN CONFERENCEChicago vs. MiamiMiami at Chicago; (n) / — »Thursday's GameMiami at Chicago, (n) «Saturday's Game ;Chicago at MiamiMonday. May 26Chicago at Miami ••'.«•Wednesday, May 28Miami at Chicago, (n), if necessary «• Friday, May 30 AChicago at Miami, (n), if necessary .„Sunday, June 1Mlamijat Chjcago. if necessaryWESTERN CONFERENCEUtah vs. HoustonMonday's GameHouston at Utah, (n) VWednesday's Game r\Houston at Utah, (n).••- •'• Friday's Game - •>. .'-••'Utah at Houston, (n)Sunday, May 2^Utah at Houston 'Tuesday, May 27Houston at Utah, (n), if necessary ' •Thursday, May 29. Utah at Houston, (n), if necessarySunday, June 1 <•Houston at Utah, if necessary 'ComebacksTeams that have won a best-of-seven playoffseries after being down 3-1: •x-Boston vs. Philadelphia, 1968 Eastern DivteioafinalLos Angetes vs. Phoenix, 1970 Western Division,.Sunday's SummaryHeat 101, Knicks 90AtPfflam!NEWYORK(90) .Wallace 1-4 2-2 4, Oakley 3-7 0-Q 6, Ewkig 17-273-3 37, Houston 9-22 2-2 25, Childs 2-9 1-26,B. Williams 2-2 1-2 5, Ward 3-8 1-2 7, Brooks 0-10-0 0. Totals 37-8010-13 90.MIAMI(IOt)Majerie 1-6 4-8 7, Mashbum 4-9 2-2,11, Mourn-ing 7-14 7-11 22, Lenard 2-9 8-913, Hardaway 12-20 8-10 38, Austin 4-9 -1-2 10, Anderson 0-2 0-0 0,Crotty 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-69 30-42101. 'New York 14 18 22 36—Miami ' 25 24 22 30—10Three-point goals-^-New Yoft« 6/19 (Houston 511, ChildS 1-3, Ewing 0-1, 'Ward 0-4), Miami 11-241(Hardaway 6-10, Austin 1-i, Mashbum 1-2, Moum-irig 1-2, Majerie 1-3, Lenard 1-6). Fouled out-Ward. Rebounds—-New York 48 (Ewing 17), Miarni49 (Mourning 12).,/Assists—New York 25 (Waro; 8),Miami 1f (Hardaway 7). Total fouls—New YorW 26,Miami 16. Technicals—Childs, Miami illegal Vde-fense. Flagrant foul—Mashbum. A—14,870(15,200).Washington vs. San Antonio, 1979 Eastern Con-ference finalx-Boston vs. Philadelphia, 1981 Eastern Confer-ence final . ' ;./-. •: -,••;••. '.„•jK-Houston vs. Phoenix, 1995 Western Confer-ence semifinalsMiami vs. New York, 1997 Eastern Conferencesemifinalsx-won championship s' 'Conference Finals. (Best-oJ-Ssven)EASTERN CONFERENCEN.Y. Rangers vs. PhiladelphiaFriday, May 16Philadelphia 3, N.Y. Rangers 1Sunday's Game ^N.Y;, Rangers 5, Philadelphia 4; series tied 1-1;Tuesday's GamePhiladelphia at N.Y, Rangers, (n)' Friday's GamePhiladelphia at N.Y. Rangers, (n)Sunday, May 25N.Y. Rangers at PhiladelphiaTuesday, May 27Philadelphia at N.Y. Rangers, (n), if necessary"Friday, May 30N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, (n), if necessaryWESTERN CONFERENCEDetroit vs. ColoradoThursday,May 15° Colorado 2, Detroit 1 -Saturday, May 17Detroit 4, Colorado 2; series tied 1-1Monday's Game .Colorado at Detroit, (n)Thursday's GarnsColorado at Detroit, (o)Saturday's GameDjBtroit at Colorado, (njMonday, May 26Colorado at Detroit, (n), if necessary./ Thursday, May 2dDetroit at Colorado, (n), if necessarySunday's SummaryRangers 5, Flyers 4At PhiladelphiaN.Y, Rangers 32 0—5Philadelphia • 1 3 o-4Rrst Period—1, PhWadelphia, LeClair 6 (Desjar-dins, Niinirhaa), 4:11 (pp). 2, N.Y. Rarigers, Lidster 1(Eastwood), 5:09. 3, ,N.Y. Rangers, Gretzky 7 (Tik-kanen. Leetch), 7:35 (pp). 4, N.Y. Rangers, Gretzky8,^obitaille, Messier), 9:34 (pp]. Penalties—Churta,NYR (interference),,,3:21; Nlinlmaa, Phi (closinghand on puck), 6:16; Undros, Phi (goalie interfer-ence), 8:18; Clhuria, NYR .(hooking),, 10:06; Eakins,NYR (interference), 16:12.Second Period^-5, Philadelphia, Coffey 1 (Brin-d1 Amour, Renberg), 6:45. 6, Philadelphia, BfTnd'A-" mour 5, 7:34. 7, N.Y. Rangers, Gretzky 9 (Messier,Driver), 9:30. 8, N.Y. Rangers. Messier 3 (Beuke-boom), 13:45. 9, Philadelphia, Podein 4 (Otto),15:11. Penalty-Udster. NYR (hooking), 1:47.Third Period—None." Penalty—Beukeboom.NYR (holding), 20:00.Shots on goaV-N.Y. Rangers 7-7-8—22. Phila-delphia 15-6-8—29.Power-play Opportunities—N.Y. Rangers 2 of 2;Philadelphia 1 of 4.Goalies—N.Y. Rangers, Rlchfer 9-3 (29 shpts-25saves). Philadelphia; .Snow 8-3 (10-5); Hextall(13:45 serohd. 12-12). ,A—20,106 (19,511). Referee—Pauf Devorski.:. Linesmen—Flay ScapinellOj Dan Schachte.Hat TricksMost three-or-more-goal games in the NationalHockey League Stanley Cup playoffs: ; *10—Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton-Los AngelesA-St. Loute-jvi.Y.. Rangers (two four-goal games, eight.. three-goafgahies); <„7—Maurice Rlchfkl, Montreal (one five-goalgame, two four-goat games, four three-goalgames).7—Jari Kurri, Edmonton-Los Angetes-N.Y. Rang-ers-Anaheim (one four-goal game, six three-goalgames).Saturday's SummaryRed Wings 4, Avalanche 2At DenverDetroit, -. o 1 3—4Colorado 11 0—2FhfftvPertod—1, Colorado, Young 2 (Ozdinsh,.Ricd), 18:37 (pp).P«rialtles—Keane. Co) (hooking),-10:41; OzoHnsh, Col fjilgh-sticking), 15:02; Rouse.Del (holding), 17:47.Second Period—2, Colorado, Lemieux 11 (Ka-menaky, Forsberg), 16:09. 3, Detroit, Larionov 2,• (Fedorov, Lktetrom). 16:51 (pp). P«naftlcs-Kon-stantinoy, Del (roughing), 6:43; GBtarado bench,served by Lacroix (too many men),^11y20; Maitby,Det (elbowing), 13:28; Forsberg, Col to^tteWng),13:28; Ozolhsh. Col (h^h-sttckhg), 16i27.Third Period—4, Detroit, Fedorov, 3 (Yzerman,Lktetrom), 2:10. 5, Detroit, Yzerman 4, 16:00. 6,petrott, McCarty 2 (Shanahan), 18:43. Penatttea—'Sakic, Col (holding), 1:54; Rouse, Det (interference),4:05; Lapointe, Det (roughing), 10:30; Foote, Col(roughhg), 10;30.Shots on goal-Oetrott 13-17-10—40. Colorado5-6-6—17.Power-play Opportunities—Detroit 2 of 5; Colo-rado 1 of 3. a -, •'•'•'- GoaJle*-Detroit, Vemon 9-3 (17 shots-15saves). Colorado, Roy 9-4 (40-36).A—16,061 (16.061). Ref««e—Don KoharsW.Unaanwn—^Wayne'Sonney, Brad Lazarowteh.SM SCOREBOARD, Page 28I  

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