Notable

January 10, 1996

Canucks: Alexander Mogilny scored his 34th goal on a short-handed breakaway in the Canucks' 8-5 loss at Pittsburgh on Monday night.

Jets: Tim Cheveldae made 43 saves in Winnipeg's 6-4 victory over his former Detroit teammates Monday. . . . The game ended the Red Wings' 14-game home unbeaten streak. The Red Wings, who lead the NHL with a 28-9-3 record, are 1-2-1 in January.

Kings: Wayne Gretzky was selected NHL Player of the Week for the second time this season and the 42nd time in his career, after collecting three goals and seven assists in three games.

Lightning: Alexander Selivanov scored his second goal of the game with 51 seconds left in regulation to give Tampa Bay a 3-3 tie with Montreal Monday.

Panthers: Johan Garpenlov and Bill Lindsay each scored two goals in Florida's 5-2 victory over San Jose.

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