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Flyers Tie Bruins Despite Power Outage

November 17, 2002|From Associated Press

The way the Philadelphia Flyers are playing on the power play, they should decline penalties.

John LeClair's goal with 2:27 left lifted the Flyers to their third consecutive tie, 2-2, against the Boston Bruins on Saturday at Philadelphia.

The Flyers went 0 for 3 on the power play and are 0 for 26 with a man advantage in the last seven games.

"When you play five on five as strong as we are, we're going to be tough to beat," Flyer center Jeremy Roenick said.

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Detroit 2, Toronto 1 -- Backup Manny Legace made 30 saves at Toronto and the Red Wings won their fourth in a row.

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Montreal 3, New Jersey 1 -- Donald Audette got his first goal in nearly a year, and Yanic Perreault scored twice at Montreal.

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New York Islanders 3, Pittsburgh 2 -- Adrian Aucoin put the Islanders ahead late in the first period at Pittsburgh on their only successful power play of the game.

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Ottawa 4, Buffalo 1 -- Todd White scored twice at Ottawa and the Senators stretched the Sabres' winless streak to 11 games.

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Minnesota 1, Washington 0 -- Dwayne Roloson made 17 saves for his first shutout this season, and Pascal Dupuis scored the only goal at St. Paul, Minn.

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San Jose 7, Florida 3 -- Scott Thornton had two goals and an assist at Sunrise, Fla., and Brad Stuart scored his first goal this season to help the Sharks end a five-game winless streak.

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Columbus 1, Nashville 1 -- Geoff Sanderson scored for Columbus and David Legwand scored for the Predators, both in the first period at Nashville.

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Vancouver 3, New York Rangers 1 -- Brendan Morrison scored two goals at Vancouver, Canada, and the Canucks won their fourth in a row.

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St. Louis 1, Calgary 0 -- Tom Barrasso made 23 saves for his first victory and the 38th shutout of his career, and Eric Boguniecki scored at Calgary, Canada.

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Defenseman Jason Woolley agreed to take a $125,000 pay cut, allowing Buffalo to trade him to Detroit for a conditional pick in next year's draft and freeing the Sabres to get rid of Woolley's $1,425,000 salary.

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