Colorado avalanches over Devils' scoring

Posted: Monday, November 19, 2001

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Patrick Roy recorded his career-best third consecutive shutout, and the Colorado Avalanche defeated the slumping New Jersey Devils 2-0 on Sunday in a rematch of last season's Stanley Cup finals.

Roy made 33 saves in extending his shutout streak to 183 minutes, 53 seconds, topping his previous best of 168:47, set with Montreal in 1990.

Kings 2, Wild 2

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Steve Heinze scored early in the third period, lifting Los Angeles into a tie with Minnesota.

The draw snapped the Kings' two-game losing streak and their five-game skid on the road.

The Wild scored both of their goals on the power play. Minnesota, which had seven man-advantages in the game, came in with the NHL's best power play.

Dwayne Roloson stopped 15 shots for the Wild. Los Angeles' Jamie Storr made 16 saves.

Rangers 6, Thrashers 2

NEW YORK -- Eric Lindros scored three goals, including his 300th in the NHL, and assisted on another to lead the New York Rangers over Atlanta.

Mike York had four assists and Theo Fleury three, giving the Lindros line 11 points in the game. It was Lindros' 12th career hat trick.

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