Saturday, November 19, 2005

Saturday Reports - Nov 19, 2005


Flames burn out
Two winning streaks ended in Calgary on Friday. The Flames' eight-game winning streak was snapped with a 5-2 loss to the Blackhawks. Miikka Kiprusoff's run of seven straight wins also ended.
Wings' Yzerman on new NHL: 'It's not hockey'
Unlucky seven: Ducks' slump continues with loss to Avs
Kovalchuk's 5 points lift Thrashers past stunned Flyers
Devils blow lead, but rally to beat Habs Elias
Auction site offers Gretzky's first contract with Oilers
Net voice: Brodeur added to competition committee
Coyotes trade Tanabe to Bruins, acquire Scatchard
Jackets show free-agent bust Marchant the door

Alexander Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals look to post a rare road win as they visit Alexander Perezhogin and the Montreal Canadiens. The two Alexes have been bright lights for their teams in their own respects. Ovechkin leads all rookies in goals scored, while Perezhogin has played in place of Richard Zednik and Alex Kovalev on the Habs' top line for much of the season.FULL STORY...
Ice Chips: The latest game updates
Thrashers and Leafs renew hostilites
Senators host Brodeur and Devils
Blackhawks continue road swing in Edmonton

Yzerman not impressed by new NHL
Red Wings captain Steve Yzerman has voiced his opinion about the new NHL - and so far, he's not a fan.

Bruins get Tanabe to help defence
The struggling Boston Bruins, desperate for some veteran help on the blueline, acquired David Tanabe from the Phoenix Coyotes on Friday night. In exchange, Phoenix got checking centre Dave Scatchard to help provide depth up the middle. Headlines

Thrashers come from behind to beat Flyers
Gionta scores twice as Devils drop Habs
Blackhawks put out the Flames
Sharp-shooting Stars win agian
Svatos nets winner as Avalanche roast Ducks
Prospal glad to be back in Tampa
Flames not worried about chasing records
No takers: Marchant clears waivers
Blues put Brewer on IR
Brodeur added to competition committee
Pens send Fleury to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton
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First of many? Don't count on it
There is a sense the Sergei Fedorov trade may be the catalyst to get the NHL swap shop working overtime, but don't count on it.

Daily updates from around the NHL:
The Latest: Yann Danis is expected to get the start in goal for the Montreal Canadiens against the Washington Capitals tonight. (More)...

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