Red Wings, Osgood Lose Wild One, 6-5
Canadiens muzzle Bruins; Sens outlast Sabres in shootout
By Jesse Andrews,  Newser User
Posted Jan 11, 2008 7:08 AM CST
Ottawa Senators' Dean McAmmond, front, pumps his fist after scoring the winning shootout goal against the Buffalo Sabres' Jocelyn Thibault during NHL hockey action at the Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, Ontario,...   (Associated Press)
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(Newser) – A few hours after being voted an All-Star, Red Wings goalie Chris Osgood played regrettably against Minnesota, giving up five goals in 28 shots and losing the shootout. His opposite number, Niklas Backstrom, was chased after four goals in 30 minutes, but replacement Chris Harding stabilized the Wild and turned away two of three in the shootout. Minnesota won, 6-5.

Also in hockey:

  • Montreal stayed perfect against Boston, coasting to a 5-2 win with two power-play goals.
  • Buffalo dropped its eighth straight game when Ottawa prevailed in a lengthy shootout, 3-2.