Friday, November 11, 2005

Reports from - Nov 11, 2005

Reports from - Nov 11, 2005

Martin Havlat and the Senators were a stride ahead of Boston all night.

Dany Heatley scored two goals Thursday night, breaking an Ottawa franchise record in the process. As a team, the Senators lead the NHL in scoring. But after 14 games, the team's most impressive number might just be its record: 12-2-0. Story Watch
Elias Says Losing streaks: Five for Bolts Ten for Blues

King Crosby
Think Pittsburgh is just a football town? Think again. Sidney Crosby's game-clinching goal in Thursday's shootout sent the Canadiens packing -- and the crowd at Mellon Arena into a frenzy.• Story Watch

En fuego: Flames tame Coyotes for fifth straight winLooking Sharp: Flyers top Isles on center's two goalsSullivan's hat trick helps Predators get off schneidAvs score early, hold on late in win over CanucksCoyotes waive former top pick Kolanos Elias Says

Colorado Avalanche's Karlis Skrastins celebrates after scoring his first goal of the year against the Vancouver...(AP Photo/Richard Lam)View Photo Gallery

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