The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 22, 1987 - Pagel17
DETROIT (AP) - Toronto's
Rick Vaive triggered a three-goal
second period last night and the
Maple Leafs skated to a 4-2 NHL
vicotry over the Detroit Red Wings
in the first game of the Norris
Ken Wregget, the red hot goalie
who went all the way in the Maple
Leafs' six-game victory over St.
Louis in the Norris semifinals
handled 34 shots.
The Maple Leafs, who held a 5-
2-1 advantage over the Red Wings
during the regular season, fired 29
shots at two Detroit netminders.
It was a tight, close-checking
game marred by only 14 minutes in
minor penalties, a marked contrast
to the 98 minutes in penalties the
two rivals averaged in their eight
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Vaive scored his third goal of the
playoffs agt 1:25 of the period to
tie the game 2-2, then assisted on
Wendel Clark's third goal at 5:02
that put the Maple Leafs ahead to
stay. Todd Gill's second goal at
7:55 put the Maple Leafs ahead 4-2
and Detroit pulled goalie Greg
Stefan, who had handled 17 shots,
in favor of Glen Hanlon.
A good feed from Russ
Courtnall caught Vaive in full
stride behind Detroit defenseman
Harold Snepts and his wrist shot
beat Stefan low on the glove side.
Clark tipped in the rebound of a
Vaive shot over a sprawled Stefani,
and Gill scored with a shot that
went between the legs of Toronto
center Mike Allison, who was
about six feet in front of the goal.
Detroit's Bob Probert attempts to slow down Toronto's Al lafrate in second-round NHL playoff action last
night at Joe Louis Arena. The Maple Leafs won the game, 4-2, to take a 1-0 lead in the series.
Mets 9, Pirates 6
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Rafael
Santana's three-run homer powered
a six-run New York fourth inning
and the Mets went on to defeat the
Pittsburgh Pirates, 9-6, last night,
ending a four-game losing streak.
After the Pirates narrowed the
Mets' lead to 7-6 in the eighth
inning, New York scored twice
more in the ninth before Pittsburgh
ended the inning with a triple play.
Bob Ojeda, 2-2, improved his
career record against Pittsburgh to
6-0, retiring 13 consecutive batters
at one point until being lifted
during the Pirates' four-run eighth
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