Found November 21, 2011 on HockeyBuzz:
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Another Ottawa Senators winning streak has come to a close, as the Vancouver Canucks knocked off the road warriors 2-1 in overtime on Sunday night. Starting on emergency basis, Alex Auld was extremely solid for an Ottawa Senators team without their starting goalie in Craig Anderson. Earlier in the day, Anderson had complaints of a stiff neck, and was unable to go against a previously white-hot...
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