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NHL ROUNDUP : Ottawa Loses Despite Late Goal

March 20, 1995|From Associated Press

They should put (crowd) as the assist after Randy Cunneyworth's second goal for the Senators on Sunday, but even that wasn't enough to beat Pittsburgh, which won, 4-3, at Ottawa.

Cunneyworth had pushed the puck barely over the goal line, but the goal light didn't go on and the game continued for another 3:06.

Replays appeared on arena televisions, and fans chanted for referee Bill McCreary to review the play. When play was stopped because of a penalty, he did, ruled the goal that cut the score to 4-3 and put the 3:06 back on the clock.

OTHER GAMES

Stephane Richer scored 1:36 into overtime to give the Devils a 4-3 victory over the Boston Bruins in East Rutherford, N.J. . . . Alexander Selivanov scored two of Tampa Bay's five power-play goals in a 6-1 victory at Buffalo. . . . Brent Sutter, Chris Chelios and Joe Murphy scored for Chicago in a 3-2 victory at Winnipeg. . . . San Jose used a three-goal burst in the third period in a 5-3 victory at Calgary.

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