Heinze, Eloranta lead Los Angeles past Sharks

Posted: Sunday, November 25, 2001

LOS ANGELES -- Steve Heinze and Mikko Eloranta scored less than four minutes apart in the third period and the Los Angeles Kings beat the San Jose Sharks 3-1 Saturday.

Los Angeles benefitted from a missed penalty shot by little-used Alexander Korolyuk in the third period, with the score tied at 1.

Thrashers 6, Senators 3

OTTAWA -- Last-place Atlanta got goals from Pascal Rheaume, Daniel Tjarnqvist and Lubos Bartecko in 67 seconds of the third period to stun Ottawa.

The upset ended Ottawa's 9-0-2-0 undefeated streak.

Maple Leafs 2, Bruins 0

TORONTO -- Curtis Joseph made 29 saves for his third shutout of the season and 35th of his career as Toronto beat Boston.

Travis Green and Jonas Hoglund scored for the Maple Leafs, who had just 12 shots on net.

Islanders 5, Mighty Ducks 3

UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Mark Parrish picked up his third career hat trick -- including his first short-handed goal -- and added an assist as New York beat Anaheim.

Canadiens 5, Capitals 3

MONTREAL -- Donald Audette, acquired from Dallas on Wednesday, scored his first Montreal goal midway through the third as the Canadiens extended their winning streak to four games with a win over Washington.

Penguins 3, Sabres 1

PITTSBURGH -- Kris Beech scored his first NHL goal in the third period to help Pittsburgh beat Buffalo.

Devils 5, Panthers 1

SUNRISE, Fla. -- Jason Arnott sparked a four-goal, third-period outburst as New Jersey snapped a seven-game winless streak with a win over Florida.

Martin Brodeur stopped 24 of 25 shots

Blues 5, Coyotes 3

ST. LOUIS -- Chris Pronger had a goal and two assists as St. Louis beat Phoenix.

Pronger had just one assist in the previous four games.

Keith Tkachuk and Scott Young each had a goal and an assist for their first points in five games and Doug Weight, scoreless the previous three, had two assists.

Avalanche 2, Oilers 0

DENVER -- Patrick Roy posted his 57th career shutout and fourth in the last 10 days as Colorado beat Edmonton.

Roy needed to make only 11 saves for his NHL-leading fifth shutout of the season.

He extended his home shutout streak to 238 minutes, 47 seconds. Colorado got a first-period goal from Chris Drury and an empty-netter from Shjon Podein in the final minute.

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