|Written by Admin|
|Monday, 10 March 2008 23:07|
Tuesday, March 11
New Jersey at Montreal (7:30 p.m. EDT). The Devils are a point ahead of the Canadiens atop the Eastern Conference.
-Jarome Iginla, Flames, became Calgary's career goal-scoring leader with this 365th in a 7-3 victory over St. Louis.
-Ryan Kesler, Canucks, scored the tying goal with 2:41 left in regulation and scored again on a tip-in 46 seconds into overtime, helping Vancouver beat Los Angeles 2-1.
-Scott Gomez, Rangers, scored the decisive goal in the shootout to give New York a 3-2 win at Buffalo.
Calgary captain Jarome Iginla became the Flames' career leader in goals with his 365th in a 7-3 win over St. Louis on Monday night. He entered the night tied with Theo Fleury for most in the Atlanta-Calgary Flames franchise. Iginla ranks third in points (743) and was already the franchise leader in games played (847).
The New York Rangers won in the shootout for the second straight day on Monday night, beating Buffalo 3-2. The Rangers improved to 10-0-3 in their past 13 games, and move into a tie with Ottawa for fifth-place in the East and within three points of conference-leading New Jersey.
Vancouver avoided a four-game season sweep to Los Angeles by rallying to beat the Kings 2-1 in overtime on Monday night. Ryan Kesler scored the tying goal with 2:41 left in regulation and scored again on a tip-in 46 seconds into the extra session. The Kings' only season sweep of the Canucks was a four-game set in 1980-81.
Kristian Huselius scored for the first time in 21 games and Matthew Lombardi snapped a 20-game goalless drought in Calgary's 7-3 win over St. Louis on Monday night.
``I was definitely happy to get it at home and to get it in a win. I have a lot of good memories here, my first goal was here in the playoffs (in 1996). Time flies.'' - Calgary captain Jarome Iginla after becoming the Flames' career leader in goals with his 365th in a 7-3 win over St. Louis on Monday night.