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Daze Gets Hat Trick, but OT Goal Sweeter

January 01, 2002|From Associated Press

Eric Daze will surely remember his fourth career hat trick.

Daze scored his third goal of the game with 5.4 seconds left in overtime as the visiting Chicago Blackhawks extended their winning streak to four games with a 5-4 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Monday night.

"That's my first overtime goal ever in the NHL, so it was pretty sweet," Daze said.

Daze, who also had an assist, scored twice in the third and beat goalie Patrick Lalime 4:54 into overtime for his 23rd goal of the season.

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Phoenix 5, New York Rangers 0--Daymond Langkow and Shane Doan each scored two goals at Phoenix as the Coyotes snapped the Rangers' three-game winning streak.

For the second consecutive game, New York played without leading goal-scorer Eric Lindros, who was benched because of continuing headaches.

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Dallas 2, Boston 1--Joe Nieuwendyk scored with 6:36 remaining at Dallas as the Stars' ended the Bruins' five-game winning streak.

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Florida 4, Atlanta 3--Darren Van Impe scored a power-play goal with 10:45 remaining to lift the Panthers to a comeback victory over the Thrashers at Sunrise, Fla.

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Detroit 4, Minnesota 2--Darren McCarty had a goal and an assist and Kirk Maltby had two assists as the Red Wings won at Detroit.

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Carolina 5, Buffalo 4--Ron Francis scored twice to move within one goal of 500 for his career as the Hurricanes defeated the Sabres at Buffalo, N.Y.

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Toronto 4, Tampa Bay 1--Curtis Joseph made 16 saves at Tampa, Fla., as the Maple Leafs snapped a season-high three-game losing streak.

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Edmonton 2, Calgary 2--Steve Begin's goal from a steep angle almost eight minutes into the third period rallied the Flames to a tie with the Oilers at Calgary, Canada.

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Philadelphia 2, Vancouver 1--Simon Gagne scored with 2.8 seconds left in regulation to lift the Flyers at Vancouver, Canada.

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Mario Lemieux, out the last 19 games because of a sore hip, officially practiced with the Pittsburgh Penguins for the first time since Nov. 12.

Lemieux is aiming for a return to the lineup Jan. 8 at Mellon Arena against the Boston Bruins, Coach Rick Kehoe said.

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