Reports from The Toronto Sun - Nov 10, 2005:
Senators forward Vaclav Varada said he's not convinced he'll still be a member of the club come playoff time. (Ottawa Sun/Tony Caldwell)
Sens winger pulls no punchesThese are tumultuous times for Vaclav Varada. For a proud guy who loves playing hockey as much Varada does, he's having a tough time figuring out what his role -- or lack thereof -- is with the Senators.FULL STORY . OTTGetting better will make Mucks happyMurray: Northeast 'tough' division
Klesla out six weeks The Columbus Blue Jackets placed defenceman Rostislav Klesla on injured reserve Thursday due to a broken hand. Klesla, a 23-year-old Czech native, suffered the injury in a 3-1 win over St. Louis on Wednesday night. The team said he's expected to be out for six weeks. FULL STORY . CBJ
Leafs face power surge Normally, the Maple Leafs would be thrilled that club records for power play production are likely to fall this season. Jeff O'Neill's six goals are almost a third of the way to the Leafs' season mark of 21 set by Dave Andreychuk and Wendel Clark in 1993-94 (an 84-game schedule), while Bryan McCabe has 13 power-play points. FULL STORY .
TORSalming supports Sundin
Demotion just for dollars
Oilers under pressure Oh no, not again. Coach Craig MacTavish admits that was his first reaction after watching his Edmonton Oilers blow at least a point by giving up two goals in the final two minutes of Tuesday's 3-2 loss to the Nashville Predators. FULL STORY . EDMReasoner set to return?
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