Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Penguins End `Hawks' Streak at 9

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Penguins End `Hawks' Streak at 9

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Mario Lemieux scored his NHL-leading 47th goal and had three assists as the Pittsburgh Penguins ended Chicago's unbeaten streak at nine games with a 6-3 win over the Blackhawks on Saturday in Pittsburgh.

The Blackhawks, playing without leading scorer Jeremy Roenick and enforcer Bob Probert, saw their 7-0-2 streak end with their first loss since Jan. 17. The Blackhawks had also won five in a row.

Roenick missed the game because of a concussion and hairline fracture of the jaw suffered Thursday against the Blues. The National Hockey League suspended Probert for one game after an elbowing incident against Tony Twist in the same game.

Islanders 4, Mighty Ducks 3: Brent Severyn had a goal and an assist as New York topped Anaheim in Uniondale, N.Y.

It was the fourth consecutive loss for the Mighty Ducks.

Mathieu Schneider, Derek King and Alexander Semak also scored for the Islanders, who won for only the third time in 10 games.

Devils 3, Rangers 0: Bill Guerin scored two goals and Martin Brodeur made 24 saves as New Jersey extended its unbeaten streak to eight with a victory over visiting New York.

Steve Thomas had the other Devils' goal. Petr Sykora assisted on all three New Jersey goals.

The Devils, who had played five successive overtime contests to tie the NHL record, extended their unbeaten streak to 5-0-3 and Brodeur posted his 10th career shutout.

Sharks 6, Kings 1: Craig Janney scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period, and Ray Whitney set up three consecutive goals in the third as visiting San Jose topped Los Angeles.

Doug Bodger, Kevin Miller, Jamie Baker, Jeff Odgers and Chris Tancil also scored for the Sharks.

Flyers 6, Bruins 2: Eric Lindros capped a three-goal burst in 3:19 of the second period with his 34th goal as visiting Philadelphia topped Boston.

Lindros also assisted on two power-play goals by Pat Falloon and another goal by Karl Dykhuis to send the Bruins to their third loss in a row. …

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