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Rangers roll as records set
Published March 30, 2006
UNIONDALE, N.Y. - Jaromir Jagr had four assists Wednesday to break Hall of Famer Jean Ratelle's Rangers season record for points in a 5-1 victory over the Islanders.
Drawing chants of "MVP!" from the many Rangers fans at Nassau Coliseum, Jagr passed the record Ratelle set in 1971-72 only 7:23 in, setting up Petr Prucha's power-play goal for point No.110.
Jagr also assisted on Martin Straka's three goals. He has a league-leading 113 points, and his league-leading 52 goals tie Adam Graves' team record set in 1993-94. He had a chance for No.53 in the third, but Rick DiPietro stopped him on a breakaway.
Henrik Lundqvist got his 30th win, surpassing the team rookie record of Jim Henry (1941-42) and Johnny Bower (1953-54).
PANTHERS 5, PENGUINS 3: Visiting Florida won its seventh straight. Down 4-0, Pittsburgh scored twice, including John LeClair's 400th. But Juraj Kolnik sealed it with an empty-netter with 1:11 left.
SABRES 4, BRUINS 3: Tim Connolly, in his first game since missing seven with a sprained knee, had two assists to help host Buffalo end a six-game skid. Just 52 seconds after Boston's Marty Reasoner tied it at 3, Daniel Briere fed the puck through the crease to J.P. Dumont, who one-timed it in.
FLAMES 2, KINGS 1: Jarome Iginla's short-handed goal helped host Calgary tie Colorado for first in the Northwest. Up 1-0, Daymond Langkow eluded Lubomir Visnovsky at the blue line and got the puck to Iginla, who scored on a 40-foot one-timer.
STARS 2, DUCKS 1: Sergei Zubov and Niko Kapanen scored power-play goals in the second for host Dallas. Kapanen made it 2-1 with 2:55 left by deflecting Antti Miettinen's shot from the top of the left circle.
CAPITALS 5, HURRICANES 1: Brent Johnson stopped 49 shots in visiting Washington's third consecutive win over Carolina. Rod Brind'Amour brought Carolina to 3-1 8:21 into the second. But 1:17 later, Alex Ovechkin stuffed in the rebound of his shot from just outside of the crease.
BLACKHAWKS 3, BLUES 2 (OT): Kyle Calder scored 3:49 in to end host Chicago's five-game skid. Trent Whitfield tied it for St. Louis 6:25 into the third, lifting a loose puck over Nikolai Khabibulin. But Duncan Keith found Calder alone at the right post.
ISLANDERS: Center Petteri Nokelainen returned after missing 58 games with patella tendinitis in his right knee. Mike York, who sat out Tuesday after being hit by a puck during Monday's practice, also returned.
SABRES: Defenseman Teppo Numminen will miss at least two weeks after spraining his knee Wednesday. Buffalo didn't disclose which knee and said it didn't know how he was hurt.
SENATORS: Defenseman Chris Phillips will miss 3-4 weeks with a sprained left knee sustained Tuesday when he collided with New Jersey's Zach Parise.