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The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 9, 1982-Page 9
STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS I

Islanders breeze past Penguins

MIDNIGHIT
MADNESS

FRIDAY &
SATURDAY
APRIL
9&10

UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - New
*ork's Butch Goring and Brent Sutter
scored 41 seconds apart to cap a four-
goal Islanders first period as the two-
time National Hockey League
champions routed the Pittsburgh
Penguins 7-2 last night.
The one-sided, victory, New York's
second in as many nights, gave the
Islanders a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five
opening round of the Stanley Cup
Playoffs.' The Islanders, who belted the
enguins 8-1 Wednesday, can clinch the
eries Saturday night in Pittsburgh.
MIKE BOSSY got the Islanders star-
ted with a power-play goal at 7:57 of the
first period, putting a slap shot through
the legs of Pitttsburgh goalie Michel
Dion. Center Bryan Trottier was awar-
ded an assist on the play, extending his
Cup record consecutive game points
streak to 27.
Wayne Merrick stole the puck from
Pittsburgh defenseman Paul Baxter
nd put home a wrist shot at 15:25 to
miake it 2-0, then Goring and Sutter con-
nected.
Goring's goal came off a perfect feed
from rookie left wing Greg Gilbert, who
scored his first playoff goal on a
breakaway in the third period.
SUTTER scored after completing a
give-and-go with Clark Gillies, with Pit-
tsburgh's Baxter again victimized.
After Rick MacLeish knocked the
ebund of his own shot past Islanders
oalie Bill Smith at 5:32 of the second
period, Gillies made it 5-1 with a short
wrist shot. John Tonelli backhanded a
rebound over Dion, then Gilbert put in a
backhander 40 seconds into the final
session to conclude the Islander
scoring.
Pat Boutette scored a power play
goal for Pittsburgh with 2:56
remaining.
Bossy, the Islanders' top scorer this
eason with 64 goals and 147 points, sat
ut the final two periods. He has been
bothered by a Bruised knee.
Bruins 7, Sabres 3
BOSTON (AP) - Rookie Barry Ped-
erson scored three goals, all in the
second period and veteran Rick Mid-
dieton. connected for a pair as the
Boston Bruins stormed to their second
consecutive victory over the Buffalo
Sabres 7-3 last night in their National
ockey League playoff series.
Pederson, who tied a league record
with his three goals in one period, and
Middleton also had two assists as the
Bruins took a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five
Adams Division semifinal series which
moves to Buffalo Saturday.
THE BRUINS, who beat Buffalo 3-1 in
the 'Wednesday night opener, broke
away from a 1-1 tie on power-play goals
by Pederson and Middleton in the first
1:04 of the second period. Buffalo was
SCORES
NHL
Boston 7, Buffalo's
(Boston leads series 20)
New York Islanders 7, Pittsburgh 2
(New York leads series 2-0)
Boston 110, New York 106
Baseball
Minnesota 4, Seattle 1
New York 7, Philadelphia 2
Houston 1, St. Louis 0

shorthanded as a result of penalties
carried over from late in the first
period.
The Bruins, who edged Buffalo for
second place behind Montreal in the
divisional race during the regular
season, won again with the new young
sensation, Mike Moffat in goal. Moffat,
just 20, made his NHL debut last Satur-
day and has won four games without a
defeat.
With his three goals and two assists
for five points, Pederson fell one goal
short of the NHL playoff record for
most points in a game.
DALE McCOURT broke a scoreless
tie with a goal at 12:44 of the opening
period on only the third Buffalo shot on
Moffat.
The Sabres killed off a penalty a
couple of minutes later, but three
seconds after they returned to full
strength, Middleton tied the score with
the help of the first of three assists by
Peter McNab.
Terry O'Reilly and Bruce Crowder
also scored in the game for Boston.
Rangers 7, Flyers 3
NEW YORK (AP)-New York spot-
ted Philadelphia a goal in the opening
minute, then roared back behind the
playmaking of rookie Mikko Leinonen,
who assisted on six goals for a National
Hockey League playoff record as the
Rangers defeated the Flyers 7-3 last
night and evened their first-round
series at one game apiece.
Leinonen, a 26-year-old center from
Finland, set, up Carol Vadnais' tying
goal at 1:57 after Philadelphia's Bobby
Clarke opened the scoring at the 48-
second mark, beating Rangers' goalie
Ed Mio.
AFTER RON Duguay put New York
in front 2-1 at 13:47 with the Flyers a
man short, Leinonen assisted on power-
play goals by Don Maloney and Robbie
Ftorek in the second period and also
helped set up a goal by Dave Silk with
1:10 left in the period.
Leinonen then set a club record for
points and assists in a playoff game
when Rob McClanahan made it 6-2 on a
rebound early in the third period.
Leinonen shattered the NHL single-
game playoff assist mark when his shot
from the right point was tipped in by
Eddie Johnstone with 2:57 left in the
game. It also tied a league mark for
points in a playoff game.

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night. The Bruins won the second game of the series, 7-3.

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