Monday, November 28, 2005

Kovalchuk (center) had two goals and two assists in Sunday's win.

Southeast Surge
Three weeks ago, the Carolina Hurricanes sat comforably atop a struggling Southeast Division with a 12-2-1 record. Now? After losing to resurgent Atlanta on Sunday for the second time in two weeks, their once-comfortable division lead has been thrashed. Story
• More Southeast: Lightning strike again Caps fall at home

Avs net four in first, coast to win over Canucks Elias
Lemieux to miss Penguins' game with stomach virus
Avs' Konowalchuk out for season with wrist injury
Hope at last? Bruins activate defenseman Leetch
Flinn suffers head injury in brawl Watch it
NHL rips doping agency head's claims of abuse
NHL players' union exec. board gives nod to Saskin
Coyotes send Ference to Devils in multi-player deal
Canucks goalie Cloutier out with knee injury

This season, the NHL has a new look on the ice, but there's also a new financial landscape. In a special report, takes a look at how the new collective bargaining agreement is affecting the value of teams and players. Story• More from Team values• Player values: Best Worst

Peter Forsberg and the Flyers recently insinuated Sidney Crosby took dives. Terry Frei's response: hey, look in the mirror.

What about that trade? What was it really like to be married to Anna? Sergei Fedorov tells all in this week's Facing Off.

Nikolai Khabibulin is starting to show some life in the net. George Johnson says it was only a matter of time.

Colorado Avalanche goalie David Aebischer of Switzerland dives on a puck to stop a shot by the Vancouver Canucks...(AP Photo/David Zalubowski)View Photo Gallery

Barry Melrose praises two certain rookies and questions a team in Beantown. It's The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.

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