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    Pronger served a one-game suspension and did not play.

    Weinrich - 25:10
    Backman - 21:53
    Baron - 21:43
    Khavanov - 21:13
    Salvador - 15:06
    Finley - 12:07



    Code:
    -----------------------------------------
    ST LOUIS      3   0   2  --5
    LOS ANGELES     1   1   1  --3
    -----------------------------------------
    
    FIRST PERIOD -- Scoring: 1, Los Angeles, Scott Barney 5 (Esa Pirnes), 
    2:45. 2, St Louis, Pascal Rheaume 1 (Reed Low, Ryan Johnson), 3:20. 3,
    St Louis, Dallas Drake 12 (Eric Weinrich, Petr Cajanek), 3:56. 4, St 
    Louis, Mike Sillinger 12 (Petr Cajanek, Bryce Salvador), 11:37. 
    Penalties: K Tkachuk, Stl (roughing), 4:15; A Frolov, Los (obstr 
    hooking), 12:45; E Belanger, Los (hooking), 19:41.
    
    SECOND PERIOD -- Scoring: 5, Los Angeles, Lubomir Visnovsky 7 (Alexander
    Frolov, Jozef Stumpel), 14:45. Penalties: J Mayers, Stl (obstr 
    hooking), 16:31.
    
    THIRD PERIOD -- Scoring: 6, St Louis, Keith Tkachuk 30 (Unassisted), 
    0:36. 7, Los Angeles, Sean Avery 8 (Unassisted), 11:05. 8, St Louis, 
    Petr Cajanek 10 (empty net) (Unassisted), 19:52. Penalties: J Corvo, 
    Los (boarding), 0:54; M Baron, Stl (roughing), 8:27; S Barney, Los 
    (roughing), 8:27.
    
    Shots on goal:
    ----------------------------------------
    ST LOUIS      12  7  5  --24  
    LOS ANGELES     9  14  11  --34  
    ----------------------------------------
    
    Power-play Conversions: STL - 0 of 3, LOS - 0 of 2. Goalies : St 
    Louis, Chris Osgood (34 shots, 31 saves; record: 26-23-8). Los 
    Angeles, Cristobal Huet (23 shots, 19 saves; record: 10-11-10). A: 
    18,118. Referees: Kerry Fraser, Tim Peel. Linesmen: Don Henderson, 
    Lonnie Cameron.
    
              INDIVIDUAL PLAYER STATISTICS
    
    ST LOUIS                LOS ANGELES
            G  A  +/- Shots          G  A  +/- Shots
    D Drake    1  0  +1   1    N Dempsey   0  0  -2   0
    R Johnson   0  1  +1   0    A Carter    0  0  -1   2
    M Sillinger  1  0  even  5    E Pirnes    0  1  even  2
    S Mellanby   0  0  even  0    M Norstrom   0  0  -1   2
    J Mayers    0  0  -1   3    J Stumpel   0  1  -1   1
    M Baron    0  0  +3   0    L Visnovsky  1  0  even  2
    P Rheaume   1  0  even  1    S Avery    1  0  +1   2
    P Cajanek   1  2  +3   1    L Robitaille  0  0  -2   6
    B Salvador   0  1  -2   1    I Laperriere  0  0  even  0
    A Khavanov   0  0  +1   0    A Frolov    0  1  -1   0
    R Low     0  1  +1   2    E Belanger   0  0  -1   1
    J Finley    0  0  -1   0    T Klatt    0  0  -1   3
    P Demitra   0  0  +1   1    J Corvo    0  0  -1   2
    D Weight    0  0  -1   2    A Miller    0  0  -1   2
    B Savage    0  0  -1   1    J Modry    0  0  +1   2
    C Backman   0  0  +1   1    S Barney    1  0  even  3
    E Weinrich   0  1  +2   1    D Armstrong  0  0  -1   4
    K Tkachuk   1  0  +2   4    J Cowan    0  0  even  0
    C Pronger   SUSPENDED NHL     J Holland   HEALTHY      
    M Walker    HEALTHY        M Straka    HEALTHY      
    S Martins   HEALTHY        J Tripp    HEALTHY      
                       D Brown    HEALTHY

    Mr. G

  • #2
    Kitchen is already better than Quenneville - he didn't over use him tonight!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by steveInebriated@Mar 17 2004, 12:24 AM
      Don't tease us like that!

      Kitchen barely used him tonight!
      Since the Blues won the game, it's great Pronger got the night off!!

      Mr. G

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      • #4
        I was waiting to see if you would put this up.

        I'm not crazy about the main reason for posting it, but it is nice to see the icetimes of all the other D-men. Keep it up Mr. G.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mr. Goalie@Mar 16 2004, 10:24 PM

          Salvador - 15:06
          "He only plays 15 minutes when the No. 1 defenseman is out...but I don't care what you offer for him--you cannot have Salvador."

          --Larry Pleau

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          • #6
            Originally posted by devaskar+Mar 17 2004, 12:40 AM-->
            QUOTE (devaskar @ Mar 17 2004, 12:40 AM)

          • #7
            Originally posted by devaskar+Mar 17 2004, 01:40 AM-->
            QUOTE (devaskar @ Mar 17 2004, 01:40 AM)

          • #8
            I might give up Salvador alone for Burke.. I'm not sure an overpaid injury-riddled playoff choking goalie is worth more though.. In hindisght Papineau and the pick were a better trade.

            Osgood has been pretty good most of his time here.

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            Why are the Russians suddenly a problem?" -Bgats

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            • #9
              Originally posted by Mr. G reported...
              Finley - 12:07
              Played the least amount of time, but screened Osgood for Barney's goal and didn't even try to block the cross-ice pass for Visnovsky's goal (Osgood was out of position, but he played the shot thinking Finley would cover the pass, which he made no effort to).

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              • #10
                Post-game notes from Goold:

                Folks,

                West Coast brings West Coast deadlines, so here are some bonus notes from tonight's game that won't reach the paper:

                - Pascal Rheaume left the game with a hip pointer. He is doubtful for tomorrow's game against Anaheim. Danton will come in his place.

                - Players went out of there way to compliment Osgood on surviving 30 minutes of barrage from the Kings.

                - Murray Baron was a plus-3.

                - Fans, linesman, officials ... all complimented Weinrich during the game about his article in USA Today.

                - The three stars tonight at the rink:

                1. Scott Mellanby
                2. Derek Armstrong
                3. Petr Cajanek

                - If the P-D had space for three stars tomorrow they would be:

                1. Petr Cajanek -- Three points, plus-3.
                2. Scott Barney -- Kid was all over the place when he played.

                ... and ... waffling here ...

                3. Chris Osgood -- Required because of 300? 23 saves on 25 shots in final two periods ... last one's a tough call. A better pick would be MIKE SILLINGER. He played 21:29, had a goal (his fourth as a Blue) and won 18 of 25 face offs.

                Yeah, if you can put the personal milestone aside, Sillinger is your No. 2 star and Barney is No. 3. Thanks for letting me talk it through.

                - Weight won 11 of 15 faceoffs.

                - The place was rocking. Really. Especially after Avery's goal. Cartman even made an appearance. It was electric -- outside of the games in Vancouver it might have been the best crowd feel of the season. Edmonton has been good, too.

                - Really. No joke. It was truly loud and raucous.

                Leaving Staples,

                Derrick
                -30-



                Mr. G

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                • #11
                  The Blues had not beaten a team ahead of them in the standings since December according to Karraker on KTRS. I saw no reason to believe they would win last night, especially with Pronger out.

                  How many Taco Bell managers are pissed off today? LA was bringing the puck out of their end with about 10 seconds left. Somehow it ended up on Cajanek's stick and he buries an empty netter with 7 seconds left.

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                  • #12
                    Goold was spot on: last night's game definitely had game seven playoff intensity on it from... the Los Angeles Kings. The Blues didn't play bad, but they played great in spurts - not a 60 minute sustained effort.

                    Osgood was stellar in net in the last two periods.

                    Once this team can figure out how to sustain a full 60 minutes of high-tempo hockey, they could do some damage. Too bad they are already at game 72 and just now turning the corner....

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                    • #13
                      Originally posted by ohio BLUES+Mar 17 2004, 01:03 AM-->
                      QUOTE (ohio BLUES @ Mar 17 2004, 01:03 AM)
                      Originally posted by [email protected] 17 2004, 01:40 AM
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