Sunday, December 11, 2005

Weekend Reports from - Dec 11, 2005

Penguins owner-captain Mario Lemieux said he is doubtful that the team will remain in Pittsburgh after its Mellon Arena lease expires in 2007, citing a lack of progress on a new arena. FULL STORY...

Flames rally past Senators in overtime
Daymond Langkow scored 3:38 into overtime Saturday night as the Calgary Flames came from behind for a 2-1 win over netminder Ray Emery and the Ottawa Senators.

Streaking Stars deny Belfour win No. 448
Marty Turco stopped 19 of 20 shots and made his case for the Canadian Olympic team as the Dallas Stars edged the Toronto Maple Leafs 2-1 on Saturday.
Big Bert is the hot name on the trade block these days, with Broadway mentioned most as the destination. The Sens are fine with what they have in Havlat's absence and Petr Sykora is on the outs in Anaheim. Hot n' Not, Farm Report and looking at some top draft prospects in Junior Report and Varsity Report. All this and the best in quotes, Chirping, in this week's edition of's Backchecking.
December 9th

Lemieux pulls out of Winter Olympics
Ducks cruise to victory over Canadiens
Rucinsky scores weird winner to beat Blues
Penguins end skid with long-awaited win
Sharks keep rolling with Thornton in lineup
Grahame wins again as Bolts edge Predators
Islanders edge out Oilers in a shootout
Demitra, Kings pounce on Panthers
Radivojevic nets winner; Flyers edge Wild
Blues deal Boguniecki to Pens for Poapst
Flyers' Gagne sidelined for two weeks
Wild's Wanvig suspended, Lemaire fined
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Saturday pivotal in Ed Olczyk's future
Saturday's Penguins home game against the Colorado Avalanche could be pivotal in terms of head coach Ed Olczyk's future in Pittsburgh.

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