SCOREBOARD
Monday, Nov. 10
Tampa Bay at Washington (7 p.m. EST). The Lightning make their fourth stop on a five-game trip at Washington, where the Capitals are 11-0-1 dating to last season.

STARS
Sunday
-David Booth, Panthers, scored three straight goals for his first NHL hat trick in Florida's 3-1 victory over Anaheim.
-Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers, Oilers, made 37 saves in his second career start to help Edmonton beat New Jersey 2-1.
-Olli Jokinen, Coyotes, had two goals and an assist in Phoenix's 4-2 victory over San Jose.
-Marty Reasoner, Thrashers, scored two goals in Atlanta's 5-2 victory over Carolina.
-Patrick Kane and Martin Havlat, Blackhawks, each had a goal and two assists in Chicago's 6-1 win over Calgary.

STREAKS
has won four straight.

STATS
Jonathan Toews had a goal and an assist in Chicago's 6-1 victory over Calgary on Sunday, his first goal in 13 games this season. He had 24 goals and 30 assists last season in 64 games as a rookie. ... Viktor Tikhonov scored his first NHL goal in Phoenix's 4-2 victory over San Jose. ... New Jersey is 1-3 since All-Star goalie Martin Brodeur was sidelined by a torn left biceps.

SPEAKING
``We believe 5-on-5 we can play against any team in this league. We need to get better every day.'' - Phoenix's Olli Jokinen after the Coyotes beat San Jose 4-2 on Sunday night to end the Sharks' winning streak at seven games. Jokinen had two goals and an assist.
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