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|Tuesday, 30 October 2007 01:06|
Tuesday, Oct. 30
Pittsburgh at Minnesota (7 p.m. EDT). The Penguins visit the Wild, who are 0-2-1 since starting the season 7-0-1.
-Devin Setoguchi, Sharks, scored two goals in the third period of his first NHL game to help San Jose beat Dallas 4-2.
-Alexander Ovechkin, Capitals, scored twice to lead Washington to a 7-1 win at Toronto.
San Jose's Devin Setoguchi, the eighth overall pick in 2005, scored twice in his first NHL game to help the Sharks rally for a 4-2 win at Dallas. Setoguchi tied the game at 2 midway through the third before giving San Jose the lead for good 2:34 later.
THIRD TIME NOT A CHARM
to be suspended for violent on-ice hits this season.
TROUBLE IN TORONTO
Toronto dropped to 3-4-2 at Air Canada Centre after a 7-1 defeat to Washington on Monday night. The Leafs have allowed an NHL-high 51 goals this season, including two 7-1 home defeats. Carolina also did it on Oct. 9.
Tampa Bay is 0-4 on the road after a 3-1 loss to the New York Rangers on Monday night. The Lightning, who are 5-0-1 at home, visit New Jersey on Wednesday night and the New York Islanders on Thursday.
Miikka Kiprusoff agreed to a $35-million, six-year extension with the Flames on Monday that will keep the star goalie in Calgary through the 2013-14 season. The Flames acquired Kiprusoff from San Jose for a second-round draft pick in November 2003. He's 111-54-23 with four ties for the Flames and helped the team reach the Stanley Cup final in 2004.
``What a night. Break my skate, first period. Second, my glove. Then my teeth. I didn't see myself yet. It's Halloween tomorrow. I don't have to buy a mask.'' - New York Rangers captain Jaromir Jagr on scoring the winning goal after getting bloodied in the mouth earlier in Monday night's 3-1 victory over Tampa Bay.
``We're playing a team that's like Tupperware. Once they close the lid and burp it, you're done,'' - San Jose coach Ron Wilson after the Sharks rallied for a 4-2 win at Dallas on Monday night.