Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Reports from TSN.ca - Nov 22, 2005

Sauve sizzles, Flames beat Colorado
Philippe Sauve stopped all three shots in a shootout Monday night to help the Calgary Flames to a 3-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche, the team that traded him away last summer.

Oilers top floundering Sharks in shootout
Marty Reasoner tied the game late in the second period and Ryan Smyth scored in the shootout to end a slow-moving game as the Edmonton Oilers beat the San Jose Sharks 2-1 Monday night.
Daily updates from around the NHL:
The Latest: Senators forward Bryan Smolinski who bruised his right shoulder during Saturday night's game, did not skate at practice and won't play against Carolina on Tuesday (More)...

First of many? Don't count on it
The dissident group of players led by Trent Klatt and Chris Chelios, and fueled by the resignation this weekend of NHLPA employee Steve Larmer, aren't going away any time soon. Of that you can be sure. But NHLPA executive director Ted Saskin, maintaining he has a mandate from the majority of the NHLPA membership, doesn't seem at all inclined to bow to the pressure for him to step aside.

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