Archives for February 20, 2001
Give him a look at the Senators, and “The Dominator” kicks it up a notch. Make it his son's 11th birthday, and he'll give Emeril Lagasse a run for his money.
'He's getting into that groove again. Hockey is fun, he's piling up shutouts, and the Sabres are winning.'
'In his first game back after missing two with a rib injury, Dumont scored a first-period goal that proved to be the game-winner. Perhaps even more significant, Dumont's body seemed no worse for wear after a hard-hitting, physical contest with the Senators.'
'"To beat a team like Ottawa, I have to be at the top of my game," he said. "I know if I play average, it is not enough." And last night, to the regret of the Senators, Hasek was at his best, stopping 30 shots in helping the Buffalo Sabres post a 2-0 win. The win was Hasek's third straight over Ottawa this year.'
'The Senators continue to have difficulty solving Hasek, who entered the game having allowed just one goal (on 67 shots) in the previous two meetings between the two teams and has now thrown two shutouts at Ottawa and seven (to tie him with Ed Belfour for the league lead) on the season.'
'Dominik Hasek couldn't think of a better way to celebrate his son Michael's 11th birthday than by posting his seventh shutout of the season.'
‘Dominik Hasek made 30 saves for his seventh shutout and J.P. Dumont and Miroslav Satan scored as the Buffalo Sabres won their third straight game, a 2-0 blanking of the Ottawa Senators.’