Reports from TSN .ca - Nov 11, 2005
The Colorado Avalanche stormed out to an early lead then weathered a string of third-period penalties for a 5-3 victory Thursday night that snapped the Vancouver Canucks seven-game home unbeaten streak. Karlis Skrastins scored a shorthanded goal midway through the third period to ensure the victory. The Avs had four consecutive penalties called against them in the third and played two-men short for 41 seconds.FULL STORY...
Crosby scores shootout winner for Pens
Sidney Crosby scored the only goal in the first shootout in Montreal Canadiens history and the Pittsburgh Penguins earned a 3-2 victory Thursday night.
Flames win it on Iginla's penalty shot
Jarome Iginla scored the winning goal on a penalty shot, lifting the Calgary Flames to a 4-3 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes on Thursday night.
Daily updates from around the NHL:
The Latest: The Phoenix Coyotes placed Krys Kolanos on waivers as part of his demotion to their top affiliate in the American Hockey League. Coach Wayne Gretzky recently spoke publicly about how he'd like to see Kolanos improve his work ethic. (More)...