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Wild, who have four guys getting big bucks in Zach Parise ($7.53 million), Ryan Suter ($7.53 million), Dany Heatley ($7.5 million) and Mikko Koivu ($6.75 million), and the Sharks with Joe Thornton ($7 million), Patrick
an 8-7 win. Savard wasn’t even picked to the team originally. He was named a replacement when Senators forward Dany Heatley backed out with an injury. 6. 1993 — Adam Oates sets one-period assists record In the first period of the 1993 game
Shanahan , Petr Nedved , Chris Pronger , Patrick Marleau , Dany Heatley , Jason Spezza , the Staal brothers, Evgeni Malkin ..... goals, 2,79 GAA, .905 SV% 2. Atlanta Thrashers: Dany Heatley , University of Wisconsin-Madison (NCAA) 2001
for Spezza later. The Senators would almost assuredly take the same three players that were on the table for winger Dany Heatley last summer — Dustin Penner , Andrew Cogliano and Ladislav Smid — in exchange for Spezza, who would become the Oilers
the road gets tough. 3 . (2) 42-14-9 Likewise, the no-show performance by Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau, Dany Heatley and Dan Boyle during the gold medal game shows the Sharks still have an unsurpassed ability to disappear when it matters
tournament going away. It is their sport, their country and their gold medal to lose. With Crosby, Joe Thornton and Dany Heatley likely to head up the top line and stout defensemen including Pronger on the blue line, it is an NHL general manager
Boyle and into the net to give the Bruins the lead in a game in which they needed a competitive showing. Key Play With Dany Heatley in a position to secure the win for San Jose with the third shot in the shootout, Thomas stayed with Heatley’s back
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