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Canucks slip past Senators

Posted: Friday, November 28, 2003

OTTAWA Markus Naslund scored 4:13 into overtime to lift the Vancouver Canucks past the Ottawa Senators 3-2 Thursday night.

Naslund got the winner with 46.2 seconds showing on the clock. The puck went in off Naslund's leg during a scramble following defenseman Sami Salo's point shot.

Maple Leafs 3, Thrashers 1

ATLANTA Ed Belfour made 31 saves, allowing only Ilya Kovalchuk's NHL-leading 17th goal Thursday night in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 3-1 victory over the Atlanta Thrashers.

Kovalchuk scored with 1:26 left to bring the Thrashers within 2-1, but Owen Nolan scored his second goal of the game 27 seconds later to seal Toronto's third straight win matching a season-best streak.

Avalanche 6, Flames 5

CALGARY, Alberta Derek Morris scored at 2:24 of overtime, helping Colorado snap a two-game losing streak. Adam Foote, Milan Hejduk, Joe Sakic, Teemu Selanne and Travis Brigley also scored for the Avalanche, who rallied from 2-1 and 3-2 deficits before blowing leads of 4-3 and 5-4.

Coyotes 6, Kings 4

PHOENIX Ladislav Nagy scored a career-best three goals to lead Phoenix over Los Angeles.

Nagy also had an assist for a career-high four points.

Branko Radivojevic and Shane Doan also had goals, and Doan and Daymond Langkow had two assists each, helping the Coyotes snap a three-game losing streak. Tyson Nash added an empty-net goal with 37 seconds left.

Phoenix's Sean Burke made 39 saves, and Roman Cechmanek stopped 17 shots.

Aaron Miller, Mike Cammalleri, Jon Sim and Eric Belanger scored for the Kings, and Luc Robitaille became the second left wing with 700 career assists.



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