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
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