Abel to Yzerman
by IwoCPO on 11/13/06 at 04:18 PM ET
Hasek recorded a shutout in each of his two appearances as the Red Wings (11-4-1) extended their winning streak to eight games and moved into first place in the Central Division. Hasek made 16 saves in a 3-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers Nov. 8 and turned aside 21 shots in a 3-0 victory over Nashville Nov. 10, snapping the Predators' streak of points in 10 consecutive games (9-0-1). The consecutive shutouts increased Hasek's season total to three, tied for the League lead with New Jersey's Martin Brodeur, and career total to 71, tied for 11th on the all-time list with former Red Wing and Hockey Hall of Fame member Harry Lumley.We all know who the 3rd star really belongs to (the entire team, as the defense has been the backbone behind Hasek's consecutive shutouts and the 8-game winning streak), but it's a nice bit or irony that Hasek is honored just days after being left off the ballot. Slava Kozlov took the first star (also not on the all-star ballot), Mikkia Kiprusoff the second.
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