SCOREBOARD
Sunday, May 25
No game scheduled. The Stanley Cup finals resume with Game 2 at Detroit on Monday.

STARS
Saturday
-Mikael Samuelsson, Red Wings, scored two goals to lead Detroit to a 4-0 victory over Pittsburgh.

SHUT DOWN
Mikael Samuelsson busted out of a slump with two goals, and Chris Osgood stifled the Pittsburgh Penguins' young and talented stable of forwards with 19 saves to lift the Red Wings to a 4-0 victory in the opening game of the Stanley Cup finals on Saturday night. Detroit overpowered goalie Marc-Andre Fleury with a 36-shot barrage. Osgood has two postseason shutouts this season and 12 in his playoff career.

NO GOAL
he penalty box with 4:40 left in the first period. The Red Wings won Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals 4-0.

NEW PLAN
The NHL plans to take a ``good look'' at the issue of goaltenders' equipment during the offseason, league commissioner Gary Bettman said Saturday. Bettman, speaking ahead of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals, said he hopes changes can be made, but the issue first must make its way through a committee process. Bettman also said every team in the league will play all the others at least once next season.

SPEAKING
``I just live in the moment. We played good as a team. I'm lucky to be the one who scored a couple of goals.'' - Detroit forward Mikael Samuelsson after scoring two goals in the Red Wings' 4-0 victory over Pittsburgh in the opening game of the Stanley Cup finals on Saturday night.
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