SCOREBOARD
Wednesday, Nov. 28
Philadelphia at Carolina (7 p.m. EST). The Atlantic Division-leading Flyers visit the Southeast Division-leading Hurricanes.
STARS
Tuesday
-Alex Kovalev, Canadiens, scored two power-play goals and again in the shootout as Montreal edged Toronto 4-3.
-Pavel Datsyuk, Red Wings, had two goals and an assist to lift Detroit to a 5-3 win over Calgary.
-Ryan Kesler, Canucks, scored two power-play goals as Vancouver blanked Anaheim 4-0.

SHUTOUTS
Roberto Luongo stopped 26 shots for his second consecutive shutout and 35th career as Vancouver blanked Anaheim 4-0 Tuesday night. Luongo has three shutouts this season as the Canucks improved to 8-1-2 in their past 11 games.

NOT ENOUGH
Mats Sundin scored his club-record 400th goal for Toronto with 17.6 seconds left in the third period and scored in the shootout, but Montreal defeated the Maple Leafs 4-3 Tuesday night.

STREAKING
Vancouver forward Markus Naslund, who also had an assist, scored his seventh goal in seven games Tuesday night, a 4-0 victory over Anaheim.

MAN ADVANTAGE
Tomas Holmstrom scored his NHL-leading ninth power-play goal in Detroit's 5-3 victory over Calgary on Tuesday night.

COMING BACK
Todd Bertuzzi's return to Vancouver as a member of the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night was spoiled by the Canucks' 4-0 victory. Bertuzzi, who spent eight seasons in Vancouver, made his first visit since being traded to Florida two summers ago as part of a five-player package that brought goalie Roberto Luongo.

SUSPENDED
Philadelphia forward Scott Hartnell was suspended two games by the NHL on Tuesday, the fourth Flyers player disciplined by the league this season for illegal hits. Hartnell checked Boston defenseman Andrew Alberts in the head Monday night and was given a major penalty for boarding. Andrews left the game with an unspecified head injury.

SPEAKING
``It is crazy but, hey, I'd rather have people worrying about what's going on with our team than not. When things are not going right, there's going to be things written about you or said about you that you're not going to like, but that's part of being a professional athlete, especially in a market like this.'' - Center Mats Sundin after Toronto's fourth straight loss Tuesday night, 4-3 to Montreal in a shootout.
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