Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Haller Gives Flyers Ot Win

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Haller Gives Flyers Ot Win

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Kevin Haller scored from the top of the faceoff circle with 30 seconds left in overtime, lifting the Philadelphia Flyers to a 2-1 win over the Florida Panthers in a National Hockey League game Wednesday night in Miami.

Haller scored after a last-minute blitz by Philadelphia in which goaltender John Vanbiesbrouck negated four rapid-fire shots.

The puck seemed to be smothered by Florida's Scott Mellanby, but it squirted loose and Haller came up with it, beating Vanbiesbrouck on the glove side.

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Florida had a 1-0 lead going into the third period, outshooting Philadelphia 21-8 and negating five power-play opportunities. But Brent Fedyk scored at 1:02 of the third period to tie it.

Devils 4, Avalanche 3: Stephane Richer scored the game-winner 57 seconds into overtime as New Jersey topped visiting Colorado to spoil the return of Claude Lemieux to Brendan Byrne Arena.

Lemieux, the playoff MVP in leading the Devils to the Stanley Cup last season, played his first game in New Jersey after a trade that sent him to Colorado in the offseason after a contract dispute.

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Richer broke the 3-3 tie when he slid the puck past Jocelyn Thibault only seconds after Colorado's Valeri Kamensky hit the post behind Martin Brodeur.

Rangers 5, Sabres 3: Mike Richter made 30 saves as New York extended its home undefeated streak to eight games with a victory over Buffalo.

Three times the Rangers scored after the Sabres had cut the lead to one goal. New York is 6-0-2 in it last eight at Madison Square Garden.

With 1:10 left in the game, Pat Verbeek took a pass from Mark Messier and beat Andrei Trefilov to put the game away. It was the Rangers' 48th shot of the night against Trefilov.

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The goal was scored just 37 seconds after a goal by Buffalo's Matthew Barnaby cut the Rangers' lead to 4-3.

Lightning 2, Whalers 2: Defenseman Roman Hamrlik's power-play goal at 17:37 of the second period enabled Tampa Bay to extend its unbeaten streak to six games (5-0-1).

Hamrlik took a pass from Petr Klima and beat Hartford goaltender Jason Muzzatti with a slap shot from the left point for his third goal of the season. …

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