Undated (AP) _ Toronto at Montreal (8:05 p.m. EDT). The Maple Leafs look to extend their record for victories at the start of a season to 11 against the Stanley Cup Champion Canadiens. STARS Friday
- Derek King scored twice as the New York Islanders defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-2.
- Randy Burridge and Dimitri Khristich each scored twice as the Washington Capitals beat the Anaheim Mighty Ducks 5-2.
- Jari Kurri scored two goals to help the Los Angeles Kings beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 in overtime. STATS
Defenseman Tom Kurvers of the Islanders has seven points in his last nine games. ... Anaheim goaltender Ron Tugnutt remains winless in four starts since backstopping Anaheim to its first victory on Oct. 13 against Edmonton. ... Friday night’s 5-2 loss to Washington marked the first time in 10 games that the Anaheim Mighty Ducks surrendered more than four goals, dating back to their 7-2 loss to Detroit on opening night. SLUMPS
The Edmonton Oilers have lost seven straight games and are winless in 10 (0-9-1), a team record. ... The Anaheim Mighty Ducks have lost five straight. STOPPED
With a 4-3 overtime victory in Winnipeg, the Los Angeles Kings broke a four-game losing streak. SOME CROWD
A crowd of 22,332 attended Friday night’s game at the ThunderDome between the Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Islanders. SCOUTING
Flint goaltender Carl Picconato got credit for a goal in the Generals’ 8-7 Colonial Hockey League victory over the Detroit Falcons on Friday night.
Picconato, in his first pro season after four years of college hockey at Notre Dame, stopped a shot as the Falcons buzzed around his crease in the game’s third minute. There was another shot and Picconato stopped it and swept the puck away. It slid through the neutral zone and the 2,784 spectators began to roar as it headed towards the empty net. The puck rolled across the line, the crowd’s cheering grew louder and Picconato raised his stick in celebration. SPEAKING
″When you get spanked and you don’t do what you’re supposed to do, the scoreboard ends up 4-2.″ - Tampa Bay coach Terry Crisp after losing to the New York Islanders on Friday night. SEASONS Oct. 30
1943 - Toronto’s Gus Bodnar set an NHL record for fastest goal by a rookie in his first game, scoring 15 seconds into his NHL debut - a 5-2 win over the Rangers at Maple Leaf Gardens.
1955 - Detroit’s Ted Lindsay scored his 271st career goal to set an NHL career scoring record for left wingers. The goal came in a 2-2 tie with Montreal at the Olympia.
1962 - Chicago goalie Glenn Hall played in his 500th consecutive complete game. He received a station wagon and other gifts from management and the Blackhawks beat the Rangers, 5-3.
1983 - The Sutter family made NHL history when the Islanders played in Philadelphia. Duane and Brent with the Islanders and twins Rich and Ron with the Flyers became the first four brothers to play in the same NHL game. The Islanders won 6-2.