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Senators' trio a perfect 10

Martin Havlat and Daniel Alfredsson each scored four goals, and Dany Heatley added two more to send the Ottawa Senators to a 10-4 victory over the Sabres in Buffalo last night.

It was the first career four-goal game for both Havlat and Alfredsson, and the third time in three games a Senators player has scored four times. Heatley had four goals in an 8-0 win over Toronto Saturday.

Alfredsson added two assists to finish with a career-high 6 points, and Jason Spezza had four assists. It was Alfredsson's fifth career hat trick.

Havlat was playing for the first time since serving a five-game suspension for kicking Boston defenseman Hal Gill.

Kings 6, Stars 3 -- Defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky had his first career hat trick and rookie Jason LaBarbera made 29 saves to lead visiting Los Angeles.

Sean Avery, Jeff Cowan, and Pavol Demitra also scored for the Kings, who are 6-2 in their last eight games.

Blackhawks 6, Blues 5 -- Brent Seabrook scored his first NHL goal 35 seconds into overtime, lifting visiting Chicago over St. Louis, which has lost six straight.

Martin Lapointe had a goal and two assists, and rookie Pavol Vorobiev added a goal and an assist for the Blackhawks, who blew a three-goal lead in the third period but recovered to snap a four-game skid. .

Canucks 2, Wild 1 -- Alex Auld made 16 of his 31 saves in the third period, leading Vancouver past visiting Minnesota.

Sharks 3, Predators 2 -- Alyn McCauley scored a shorthanded goal 1:44 into overtime as host San Jose won its fourth straight.

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