Sunday, November 20, 2005

Sunday Reports - Nov 20, 2005

Sources tell TSN the Columbus Blues Jackets, as is their right, put Todd Marchant on waivers Saturday, which means he'll either clear by noon Monday or be selected by another team. And the betting is this time, unlike last week when he was put on waivers for the first time, Marchant will be claimed.FULL STORY...
Blue Jackets activate Brule from IR

Burke's Ducks host his former team
The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, led in the front office by General Manager Brian Burke, look to avoid tying the longest losing streak in franchise history when they host his former team, the Vancouver Canucks.

Ponikarovsky contributing in win streak
It seems that Alexei Ponikarovsky is finally rewarding the Maple Leafs for their patience.

Hawks edge Oilers, complete Alberta sweep
Senators hang on to edge Devils
Yzerman not impressed by new NHL
Unhappy Larmer leaves post with NHLPA
Capitals rout Canadiens in Kolzig's return
Demitra's hat trick sinks Avalanche
Flyers make lead hold up in rematch
Blues surprise Red Wings
Sharks fall to Phoenix in a shootout
Oilers deal blueliner Semenov to Florida
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Leafs lay another thrashing
In two meetings this season, Toronto has outscored Atlanta by a combined score of 14-2.
TORONTO (CP) -- Defence and discipline. The Toronto Maple Leafs have found both, and as a result are riding a four-game winning streak.
Sens survive Habs collapse Alberta sweep
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Related: Belfour backs Larmer

Larmer lashes out ReaxFormer NHLer knocks union in resignation letter ...
Rules draw Yzerman's ireNew NHL "not hockey" says Red Wings captain ...
Oilers dump d-manAlexei Semenov sent packing to Florida ...
Bruins bolster defenceBoston picks up Tanabe; Scatchard to Phoenix ...
Winds of change

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