NHL ROUNDUP : Sharks Get Second Victory
So far, the San Jose Sharks’ trade for Chris Terreri has been looking pretty good.
The former New Jersey goaltender gave the Sharks another sharp performance in their 3-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday night at Chicago.
Terreri, acquired Wednesday from the Devils, started his third consecutive game and stopped 28 shots.
In starts at St. Louis on Thursday and Dallas on Friday, Terreri surrendered only two goals each time and stopped a combined total of 66 shots.
The Sharks (2-14-4) ended a seven-game winless streak. They got goals from Ulf Dahlen, Craig Janney and Kevin Miller.
Philadelphia 3, Vancouver 2--Chris Therien’s first goal of the season 32 seconds into overtime was the difference at Philadelphia.
Anatoli Semenov sent a pass from behind the net to the left point to Therien, whose wrist shot snuck inside the left post and past goaltender Kirk McLean. The defenseman’s last goal came April 2 against the New York Rangers.
Vancouver had an opportunity with about 10 seconds remaining in the third period on a 2-on-1 breakaway, but goalie Ron Hextall stopped Tim Hunter’s drive from the slot. Hextall improved his record to 7-1-1 by stopping 34 of 36 shots.
Buffalo 6, Ottawa 0--Dominik Hasek had 31 saves at Buffalo and recorded his first shutout of the season.
The Senators, playing with a two-man advantage late in the second period, were denied by Hasek, who came up with several big saves, including one while lying on his back, to preserve the shutout.
Donald Audette had two goals and Brad May, Matthew Barnaby, Pat LaFontaine and Derek Plante each scored one for the Sabres.