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November 7, 2005 | From Associated Press
Rookie Brent Seabrook's goal with 38.3 seconds left in overtime lifted the Chicago Blackhawks to a 2-1 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes Sunday night in Chicago. After killing a power play earlier in the extra period, the Blackhawks converted a three-on-one rush, with Mark Bell finding Seabrook in front. The puck hit Coyote goalie David LeNeveu and trickled across the line for Seabrook's second goal of the season. * Detroit 4, St.
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SPORTS
January 27, 2010
AT WASHINGTON When: 4 PST. Where: Verizon Center. On the air: TV: FS West; Radio: 830. Records: Ducks 24-22-7, Capitals 34-12-6. Record vs. Capitals (2008-09): 0-1-0. Update: This is the second game of a back-to-back on what is the Ducks' longest trip of the season, a journey that next heads to Tampa Bay and Florida. The Ducks have Saku Koivu back, and Teemu Selanne could soon return as well. But the Capitals, led by Alexander Ovechkin, are one of the hottest teams in the league and will be going for their eighth victory in a row. -- Debbie Goffa
SPORTS
March 17, 2010
Kings Tonight VS. CHICAGO When: 7:30. Where: Staples Center. On the air: TV: FS West; Radio: 1150. Records: Kings 40-23-5, Blackhawks 44-18-6 Record vs. Blackhawks: 1-1-1. Update: After two days of practice, the Kings will begin a stretch of 14 games in the season's final 25 days. Rugged winger Raitis Ivanans will replace Jeff Halpern on the fourth line with Jarret Stoll and Richard Clune. The Kings have killed 15 straight penalties, including 14 in their last five games.
SPORTS
November 16, 2005 | From Associated Press
Martin Gerber made 35 saves to lead the Carolina Hurricanes to a 2-1 win over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night at Ottawa. Two of Ottawa's three losses this season have come against Carolina. Ray Whitney and Mike Commodore scored second-period goals for the Hurricanes (13-3-1-0), who have won nine of their last 10 games.
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June 23, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
San Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton won the Hart Trophy as the most valuable player, and Russian sensation Alexander Ovechkin edged Sidney Crosby for the Calder Memorial Trophy given to the rookie of the year during the NHL's awards dinner Thursday night. Thornton, the league's leading scorer, with 125 points from 29 goals and 96 assists, edged Jaromir Jagr of the New York Rangers and goalie Miika Kiprusoff of the Calgary Flames for the league's most coveted individual award.
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