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The Michigan Daily -Thursday, April 8, 1982-Page 9

NHL Playo s
.Rookie goalie sparks Bruins win

BOSTON (AP)- The goaltending of Mike Moffat, playing
ift only his third National Hockey League game, and goals by
Peter McNab, Brad Park and Mike O'Connell lifted the
Boston Bruins to a 3-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres last
night in the opener of their playoff series.
The 20-year-old Moffat turned aside 24 shots as Boston
gained the upper hand in the best-of-five series that continues
tonight.
McNab and Park each scored his 32nd career playoff goal
*before Yvon Lambert spoiled Moffat's shutout bid at 8:20 of
the third period.
Just 1:28 later, O'Connell fired a slap shot from about 40
feet on the right side that went through the legs of defen-
seman Hannu Virta and past goalie Don Edwards.
McNab connected on a power play with just 16 seconds left
in the first period. He took a drop pass from Park, and his 20-
foot shot from the right circle beat Edwards to the goalie's
left.
At 18:44 of the second period, Park gave Boston a 2-0 lead.
Barry Pederson won a faceoff at the left circle and got the
puck back to Rick Middleton. Middleton then passed the puck
to Park, who blasted it from just in front of the left point.
Lambert's goal was assisted by John Van Boxmeer and
Craig Ramsay. Lambert squeezed his shot through Moffat's
pads. The puck remained in the crease behind the goalie. But
Moffat didn't see it, and Lambert poked it in.
The Bruins outshot the Sabres 38-25 and held an 18-3
shooting advantage in the second period. In that period, the
Sabres failed to get off a shot on either of their power plays.
Moffat joined the Bruins less than three weeks ago after his
junior team's season ended. He played in Boston's last two
regular-season games last weekend, winning them both.
Islanders 8, Pen quins 1
UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP)- Mike Bossy and Clark Gillies
scored early goals 52 seconds apart, and Bryan Trottier
stretched his record postseason scoring streak to 26 games
last night as the New York Islanders defeated Pittsburgh 8-1

in the first round of the National Hockey League playoffs.
Trottier scored two goals and had an assist as the Islanders
began their quest for a third straight Stanley Cup.
GILLIES ALSO scored twice and added two assists, and
the Islanders thoroughly dominated play. They outshot the
Penguins 19-5 in the first period and 37-23 overall and set the
club record of 24 consecutive home games without a loss. The
Islanders have a 22-02-2 at Nassau Coliseum since Montreal
beat them 5-4 last Dec. 29.
The second game in the best-of-5 preliminary-round playoff
series will be played here tonight.
Bossy, who holds every NHL single-season scoring record
for right wings, did not take a full turn because of a knee in-
jury suffered in Sunday's regular-season windup, a 7-2 loss to
the Penguins. But he started the scoring at 5:52, beating Pit-
tsburgh goalie Michel Dion on a 20-footer from the right cir-
cle with both teams a man short.
TROTTIER, who has 16 goals and 24 assists in his 26-game
playoff scoring streak, started the play by stripping the puck
from defenseman Ron Stackhouse behind the Penguins' net.
The Islanders' star "center had managed only one goal and
seven assists in the final 10 regular-season games.
Less than a minute later, Paul Baxter, another Pittsburgh
defenseman, gave the puck away behind his net. The Islan-
ders worked it to Gillies in the slot and he slid a shot into the
unguarded right corner at 6:44 while Dion was screened by
several players.
Pat Boutette scored Pittsburgh's goal on a power-play at
14:42, beating New York goalie Bill Smith. But Trottier made
it 3-1 at 18:56 when he backhanded Anders Kallur's rebound
over a fallen Dion. John Tonelli set the play in motion when
he avoided a hip check by Penguins defenseman Pat Price
along the board.
The Islanders pulled away by outscoring Pittsburgh, 3-0, in
the second period. Gillies fought off Baxter and tipped in
Mike McEwen's shot from the right point at 8:52, Trottier
stuffed the puck past Dion from in close at 13:32 and Wayne
Merrick put in a soft 20-foot backhander off Dion's pads at
16:24.

AP Photo" y
Oh no not again!
Detroit Tigers catcher Bill Fahey stands amidst the snow at Kansas City's Municipal Stadium yesterday. After post-
poning the home opener with Toronto twice, the Tigers finally fled Detroit and the snow for the-"warmer" atmosphere
in Kansas City. Unfortunately for the team, the snow followed them. This time, however, with the help of the tractor in
the background, the Tigers may finally get their season off the ground tomorrow.

Householder leads

Reds past Cubs,

6-2

CINCINNATI (AP) - Rookie outfielder
Paul Householder drove in two runs
with a homer and a triple last night as
the Cincinnati Reds defeated the
Chicago Cubs, 6-2.
Householder lined a two-out homer
over the right field wall in the fourth in-
ning off starter Dickie Noles, 0-1. The
right fielder also tripled to score John-
ny, Bench from first in the sixth inning.
Householder had two of the four hits
allowed by Noles in 5 2-3 innings.
CINCINNATI starter Bruce Berenyi,
14, shut out the Cubs for six innings and

got relief help from Joe Price in the
seventh and Tom Hume in the eighth.
Berenyi struck out five, walked four
and surrendered five hits, blanking the
Cubs until Tye Waller singled and
scored on Bump Wills' two-out triple in
the seventh inning.
The Reds scored twice in the seventh
off Bill Campbell the third of five Cubs
pitchers. Ron Oester doubled and
scored on Dave Concepcion's single.
Cesar Cedeno followed with a run-
producing doulbe off the left field wall.
The Cubs scored their second run of

the game in the eighth when Leon
Durham doubled and scored on Steve
Henderson's single, his third hit of the
night. The Reds added two runs in the
bottom of the eighth when Cubs reliever
Herman Segelke wild-pitched home
Eddie Milner and gave up an RBI single
to Oester.
The game was disrupted after
Householder's home run in the fourth
inning when Noles hit the next batter,
Clint Hurdle, in the head with his third
pitch. Hurdle suffered an injury above
the right eye that was not considered

serious. Several Reds came out of the
dugout after Hurdle was hit, and the
Cubs' bench emptied on to the field. No
punches were exchanged.
Brares 6, Padres 4
SAN DIEGO (AP) - Dale Murphy
stroked a single, double and home run
and Brett Butler added three singles
and drove in two runs as the Atlanta
Braves defeated the San Diego Padres,
6-4, yesterday.
Bob Walk pitched seven strong in-
nings, allowing five hits before Rick
Camp relieved in the eighth when the
Padres scored three unearned runs and
Gene Garber finished up.
ATLANTA scored three times in the
third as loser John Montefusco allowed
four hits and walked a batter. Rafael
Raminrez opened the inning with a
single to left and was sacrificed to
second by Walk.
Butler singled home Ramirez, then
stole second before Montefusco walked
Glenn Hubbard. Claudell Washington
singled past first to drive in Butler, and
after Bob Horner struck out, Murphy
dropped a double into right center to
score Hubbard. Washington was
thrown out at the plate to end the in-
ning.
The Braves increased their lead to 4-0
when Murphy homered in the sixth. An
unearned run in the seventh off Padre
rookie reliever Floyd Chiffer made it 5-
0.
IN THE EIGHTH, San Diego's
Broderick Perkins reached base on an
error by first baseman Chris Cham-
bliss. Pinch-runner Dave Edwards,
came around to score n singles by pinch
hitter Joe Lefebvre and Gene Richards.
Lefebvre scored when Camp threw

away Garry Templeton's grounder and
Richards came in when Ruppert Jones
grounded into a double play.
A double by Bruce Benedict, a single
by Ramirez and Butler's third hit
produced the Braves' final run in the
ninth.'
Astros 3, Cardinals 2
HOUSTON (AP) - Houston's Tony
Scott and Luis Pujols smashed run-
scoring doubles, and Joe Niekro and
Joe Sambito combined on a seven-hitter
last night to lead the Astros to a 3-2 vic-
tory over the St. Louis Cardinals.
Niekro, 9-9 last season, quieted the
Cardinal hitters on seven hits in his 81-3
innings. Cards starter John Martin got
the loss, yielding five hits.
After Scott put the Astros ahead 1-0
with a second-inning double, Pujols'
sixth-inning double to the left field cor-
ner scored Art Howe and Scott to give the
Astros a 3-0 cushion.

Howe and Scott raced for homedon
Pujols' hit with Scott sliding safely ito
home plate after ignoring a hold signal
from Astros third-base coach Don Lep
pert.
Niekro was touched for a run in the
eighth inning when David Greene
doubled, took third on a grounder, and
scored on Lonnie Smith's single.
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SCORES,
NHL Playoffs
(Best of Five)
N.Y. Islanders 8, Pittsburgh 1
(Islanders lead series, 1-0)
Boston 3, Buffalo 1
(Bruins lead series, 1-0)
NBA
Detroit 120, Atlanta 115
Philadelphia 116, New Jersey 113
Washington 97, Indiana 85
Dallas 123, Utah 109
Chicago 122, Cleveland 105
Major League Baseball
Cincinnati 6, Chicago 2
Atlanta 6, San Diego 4

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